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    Social Work In Canada

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    of the social work profession in Canada. Nowadays, a large number of international students reach here with the expectation of developing their career in the field of social work. They have entered into the profession with a strong determination, and they work hard to eliminate social evils in the society. Nevertheless, they cannot fulfill their visions as the field is subjugated by white social workers. (Razack & Badwall, 2006, page. 56). This is definitely a version of racism as the majority of whites will never accept the efficiency…

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    Social Work Assignment

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    What is social work? Your response to the assessment title (2,000 words). The assessment will be a summative piece of work. A booklet will be designed to advertise the social work profession and will explain the social work role. The students will need to be aware of the diverse nature of social work as well the debates that have taken place regarding the nature of the changing face of social care This booklet will attempt to explain what is Social Work and social work role in our society.…

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    Social Work Roles

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    I will describe my past internship with Blue Water of Independent Living agency (BWIL), with that experience in social work roles, human rights and social justice with individuals that are having challenges with independent living. This organization helped with the needs of individuals with any disability, physical and/or mental. Lapeer County has a large population of individuals that fall into this category. This paper will look at areas of a social workers role, advocacy, human rights as well…

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    Social Work Theories

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    method and are utilized in all domains of social and psychology practices. By observing people scientifically, the social worker can obtain systematic descriptions of human tendencies and differences among people and their environments. This paper will highlight two key theories used in both historically and contemporary social work. Next, a description of the main research areas and methods used within the field of social work are defined and described providing an explanation of how these…

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    Social Work Motivation

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    Social Work and Probation I am very undecided with what I want to do, but what interests me is something in the field of Social Work and Probation. After high school, I plan on attending BYU-Idaho where I will study psychology and receive my bachelors degree in social work, then pursue a career in social work and the field of probation and eventually get married and start a family. I believe that things like social work are very important to our society. Social work is defined as, work…

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    Reflective Social Work

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    As a social worker, I have never analyzed or interrogated my approach, even though I have always criticized society and its institutions, as my perceptions and world conceptions emerge from a country historically marked by violence, particularly for a long war, commanded by an armed group. This communist group started its combat due to social inequalities and social structures, inspired by socialism. Since then, Colombia has experienced a prolonged conflict, and social workers have been dealing…

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    Otherness In Social Work

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    undesirable and bad. Additionally, this has also caused a rift within the social work professions. Many social workers feel that they are unable to distinguish between high-risk mentally ill patients and low risk patients causing many social workers to alienate those who are deemed as undeserving due to their violent behavior or past. The study was conducted, in order to answer the question of whether or not social workers felt equipped with enough knowledge to work with both severe and mild…

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    The historical rise of professions coincides with the unprecedented demand for expertise in matters concerning complex social and economic issues (Walker & McLean, 2013). Members of society increasingly seek the protagonist qualities of the professionals who represent a source of dexterity and competence. In this sense professionals have come to occupy a predominant place as the problems solvers of the modern era (Pandey, 1990). In the context of the child welfare domain, social work is…

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    Empowerment Social Work

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    In the social work realm we often hear the word “empowerment” frequently, as social workers our job is to not only empower our self as the article mentions but to empower others as well (Leonardsen, 2007). Empowerment is a simple but complex theory, it focuses on seeing your client’s strengths and using them to promote and facilitate the change that the client is in need of. The Author of this article goes into great detail explaining his thoughts on social workers using two perspectives, the…

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    Social Work Struggles

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    Social work itself comes with its own difficulties. Becoming a social worker, could either break or make a person depending on how much they let the job consume their lives. Dealing with clients personal problems automatically takes a toll on someone mind, body, and spirit because all day they continue to listen to people negative experiences. Eventually, it begin interfering with their personal life because then they find themselves tossing and turning at night worried about if the decision…

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