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    The Seven Habits

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    Critical Review of the Seven Habits of a Systems Savvy Person Introduction In chapter ten of Dynamic Systems for Everyone, Ghosh Asish mentions the seven habits of a systems savvy person. He discusses the differences between looking at the whole phenomena to understand the whole systems and looking at the system in parts to check each parts’ property. The author discusses how the principle of all phenomena can help a systems savvy person create the right mental and conceptual models and interactive models. In addition, the systems savvy person can optimize the systems, minimize the delay, improve the efficiency and keep improving the systems. This chapter includes several…

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    A Critical Review of the Seven Habit of a Systems Savvy Person Introduction In Dynamic Systems for everyone chapter ten, Ghosh Asish mentions the seven habits of a system savvy person. He discusses what the differences are between looking all phenomena to understand the systems and looking to the systems into their parts to examine each part properties. The author discusses how the principle of all is better than the holistic world view can help a system savvy person to create right…

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    different. In class, I learned about the theories of human development which played a great role in helping me better understand the movie through a different perspective. Through watching the movie, I was able to apply the theories to not only the plot of the movie, but also the characters. The Silver Linings Playbook movie gave me the opportunity to analyze the development of a character…

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    The child notified her mother of the abuse that occurred in school, which prompted her mother to seek assistance for her child from hospital, pediatrician, therapist and church. The limitation of the dynamic systems theory in assessing this case is that the child’s stable environment could not have prevented the abuse from occurring. Dynamic system’s theory does not take into account how other variables such as culture and biases may affect outcomes and functioning of systems. The child’s…

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    9. Define and explain Bronfenbrenner’s ecological systems theory, and give one example of direct and indirect family influence that you can identify in your own personal experience. Bronfenbrenner’s ecological system theory analyzes development as resulting from both biological and environmental influences, influences that are multi-layered and complex. An example of direct family influence in my own life is that which my maternal grandmother had, and continues to have, on me. My grandmother…

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    The word “system” in the criminal justice system is itself misleading. In criminal justice, there is a certain amount of sanity in the operation; their planning of criminal justice agencies is unplanned, poorly coordinated, and unregulated. The system is always functioning when individual people work together as a team in an organized and methodical manner. However, the system does not work the way it's supposed to work. In criminal justice agencies, the need for cooperation and coordination…

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    The functionalist perspective is similar to the systems theory in that it explains larger organizations like Walmart are functional because they meet the needs in terms of balance and stability of lower income families. Systems theory explains that things will not change quickly and that the organization will stay the same over time. Small changes are supported, but only if it is in the best interests of those who hold power and wealth in society. The functionalist theory also explains the…

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    become crucial to their integration in to life. While the family and support system around children begin to shape the child’s views of life and themselves, it becomes imperative to give a child the proper rearing to cope in a society. As the child’s environment begins to play a big part of the integration into a society, many factors contribute to the way a child assimilates into life. Therefore, social systems begin to play a crucial role in the children to protect their survival through…

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    Critical Analysis Paper #1 Question #1: Social Work and Systems Theory Social Work as a concept and a career is simple, yet difficult to define. Social work has grown and developed from the seed that is envelops social issues in our society. As Robbins, Chatterjee, and Canda state in Contemporary Human Behavior Theory (2012), defined situations within society have dictated the need for social work and advocates to speak on behalf of those who are unable to speak for themselves. From the…

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    Bertalanffy (1968) discussed this, saying that when we look specializing areas of work “each specialty becomes a triflingly small field, unconnected with the rest.” (p 50) Should a social worker be so invested in their individual client, agency or practice, inhibiting their ability to recognize larger barriers or inequalities, it would be advantageous to have a guide or framework of a larger perspective to be better able to identify where barriers and inequalities came from. Another argument…

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