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Dimensions of social welfare policy by
Call Number: 361.61 G37
This text provides students with [a] theoretical and conceptual framework for analyzing the design of a wide range of social welfare policies. [This book] illustrates theoretical points by offering examples from a cross-section of program areas including income maintenance, child welfare, model cities, day care, community action, and mental health. The authors show how social theories and individual versus collective value orientations influence policies. The [book] include[s] a broad overview of ... recent policy trends in the advanced welfare states related to eligibility, finance, delivery, and benefit designs.
African-American social workers and social policy by
Call Number: 362.84 Af8
The role of African-American social workers in social policy / Tricia B. Bent-Goodley -- Implications of social security reform for wealth development among African Americans / Wilhelmina A. Leigh -- African-American grandparent caregivers : eliminating double jeopardy in social policy / Sandra Edmonds Crewe -- Child welfare policies and African-American families / Sandra Stukes Chipungu -- From paper to people : an analysis of critical welfare reform issues affecting the black community / Sandra Edmonds Crewe -- The policy implications of the surgeon general's report on mental health, race, culture, and ethnicity / King E. Davis -- African-American women and health disparities: implications of race, class, and gender / Shelia L. Clark -- Policy implications of the criminal justice system for African-American families and communities ; Genetics: the social policy implications for African Americas ; A policy action agenda / Tricia B. Bent-Goodley.
Handbook for the treatment of abused and neglected children by
The effects of abuse on children's development / Catherine L. Anderson, Pamela C. Alexander -- The child welfare system / Michele Ornelas Knight, Judianne Chew, Elizabeth Gonzalez -- Medical diagnosis of child abuse and neglect / Angela J. Rosas -- Speaking with children / Thomas D. Lyon -- Psychological evaluations and the child welfare system / Anthony J. Urquiza, Dawn M. Blacker -- Foundations of clinical work with children / P. Forrest Talley, Michele Ornelas Knight -- Cognitive behavioral interventions with neglectful parents / Sandra T. Azar, Linda R. Cote -- Individual therapy and the abused child / P. Forrest Talley -- Group therapy with children who have experienced child maltreatment / Jane F. Silovsky -- Child maltreatment and family therapy / John T. Pardeck -- Parent interventions with physically abused children / Holly A. Filcheck, Cheryl B. McNeil, Amy D. Herschell -- Cognitive behavioral interventions with nonoffending parents of children who have been sexually abused / Lori B. Stauffer, Esther Deblinger -- The consideration of cultural factors in the context of child maltreatment / Joaquin Borrego, Jr., Sherri Y. Terao -- Legal issues for mental health professionals treating victims of child sexual abuse / John E.B. Myers -- Expert mental health testimony in child abuse cases / Steven N. Sparta -- Medication considerations with maltreated children / Michael De Bellis.
Generalist social work practice : an empowering approach by
Call Number: 361.32 M59
Generalist social work practice. The ecosystems perspective. Values and multicultural competence. Strengths and empowerment. An empowering approach to generalist practice. Forming partnerships. Articulating situations. Defining directions. Identifying strengths. Assessing resource capabilities. Framing solutions. Activating resources. Creating alliances. Expanding opportunities. Recognizing success. Integrating gains. NASW code of ethics.
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DEWEY NUMBERS for social work include:
- 174.9 Ethics in social work
- 305.231 Child development
- 361 Social problems & social welfare in general
- 361.3 Social work
- 361.32 Practice of social work
- 362.1042 Health assistance
- 362.2042 Social aspects of mental & emotional illness
- 362.29 Substance abuse
- 362.66 Service to persons in late adulthood
- 363.1 Public safety programs