Test Answers on social work

social networks/social support

social networks Social network refers to the web of social relationships that surround individuals. Social networks give rise to various social functions: social influence, social control, social undermining, social comparison, companionship, and social support. social support Social support is the functional content of relationships The provision of social support is one of the most important […]

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Social Work 100

Psychologists and other helping professionals work primarily in an office, while social workers often visit clients in their homes as they seek to help improve people’s lives (T/F) true Socialization theory suggests that racism is caused by economic factors (T/F) false Most states require social work licensure or certification (T/F) true Social service workers, regardless […]

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Social work ch 4

What are 3 ways to form a family? 1. Biologically 2.Legally 3.Socially Biologically people who are blood related and are genetically bound to each other, however distantly Ex. parents, children, aunts, uncles, second cousins, grandparents, and great grandparents Legally by marriage, adoption, or formalized fostering Socially social interaction, when there is no biological or legal […]

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Intro To Social Work

What is Social Welfare? Social work and provisions of social services are part of a range of activities that fall generally under the term social welfare, includes social work What is Social Services? Provide personal or community services to help people improve their well-being. Examples: child care, women shelters, counseling. What is Income Securities? Financial […]

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Chapter 1- Intro to Social Work

Micro Practice helping individuals fit better into their environments Macro Practice changing the environment so that it works better for individuals. Why is social work unique? focuses on both the environment and the person Social worked described as… the profession that helps society work better for people & helps people function better within society. person-in-environment […]

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Intro to Social Work Midterm

mission of social work enhance human well-being and help meet the basic human needs of all people, with particular attention to the needs and empowerment of the people who are vulnerable ,oppressed, and living in poverty. purpose promote the well-being of humans and communities; guided by a person and environment construct, a global perspective, respect […]

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Social Worker Quiz

Service To provide help, resources, and benefits to help people achieve maximum potential. Social Justice Uphold equal rights, protection, opportunity, and benefits to everyone Dignity and Worth Every person is unique and worthwhile Importance of human relationships Value the exchange between social worker and client Integrity Trustworthiness, doing the right thing when no one is […]

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Social Networking v1.0

Profile pictures should be anonymous so that they can not be used to identify you. True Social networking sites are private, so it is okay to post private information on them. False Social networking services include which of the following? A and C only DoD employees are permitted limited personal use of social networking on […]

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Social Work Exam 1 Review

What is NOT a characteristics of generalist social workers? a) They utilize generic practice processes to organize their work with client systems. b) They recognize the potential for change at multiple system levels c) They view human behavior in the context of the social environment d) They separate direct practice from social policy and research […]

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social work 101

concept of civil rights refers to primarily to claims by african american and other minorities of color concept of civil rights women and people of color and cocial orientation to be free to do the same kinds of things and have the same kind of civil rights entitlements that everyone else in society enjoy conservatism […]

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4 stages of social work process

Intake First steps taken by worker, gathers information in order to determine what assistance is needed Assessment and planning SW and client analyze what help is needed based on the clients ideas thoughts and feelings Intervention Will include some kind of organizational, community or social action measures Evaluation and termination SW and client work together […]

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Social Work Licensing exam prep

Operational stages Sensorimotor stage – infants and toddlers Pre operational stage – preschool children Concrete operational stage – school age (logical problem solving strategies). Formal operational stage – adolescents Moral relativism Piaget’s theory of moral development. Individuals ages 10 years to adulthood are in this stage. At this point individuals begin to understand the meaning […]

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Social Work Chapter 2

S. Humphrey Gurteen Founded the first U.S. Charity Organization Society (COS) in 1877 in Buffalo– Fascinated with the work of the London Society for Organizing Charitable Relief and Repressing Mendicancy. 19th Century Social Welfare Organizations 1) New York Society for the Prevention of Pauperism (1818) 2) Associations for Improving the Conditions of the Poor (1840s) […]

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CIS_ Social Networking

What is the social web ? • Includes any site that allows users to interact & share information • Content almost entirely driven by members • Social networking allows you to share contacts & build a network of friends • Media sharing is used to share photos, video, & audio • Interact with online dating […]

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Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare ch 2 – Charles Zastrow

The 6 steps to the problem-solving approach are: 1) Identify the problem or problems. 2) Generate possible alternative solutions. 3) Evaluate the alternative solutions. 4) Select a solution or solutions to be used and set goals. 5)Implement the solution. 6) Follow up to evaluate how the solutions worked. Generalist social workers trained to use the […]

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Social Network Theory

Social Network Theory (SNT) People are interconnected, so their health is interconnected. Social networks affect health through a variety of mechanisms. Provision of social support (perceived and actual) Social influence (e.g., behavioral norms and social controls) Social engagement Person-to-person contact (e.g., pathogen exposure) Access to resources (e.g., money, jobs, information) Biological mechanisms (e.g., cytokine function, […]

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Social Work Bachelor Level Exam Questions

When considering Native American customs and developing service plans, social workers should understand that: a. all Native Americans have the same culture and tribal differences are minor b. there are important reasons why Native Americans never integrated into American culture c. with more than 500 tribal groups, there are substantial cultural and social differences d. […]

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Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare

What is Social Work according to the NASW? The professional activity of helping individuals, groups, or communities enhance or restore their capacity for social functioning and creating societal conditions favorable to this goal What are the five themes which characterize social work in virtually any setting? Help client groups, specific values and principles guide practice, […]

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social work test 1

the Bureau of Labor says that social work will grow ________ than the average professions faster How many of the top 20 professions require social work training 3 on any given day _______ people are helped by social workers 10 million social work is a profession that provides _____,______, and _______ for addressing social problems […]

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Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks

group people who have something in common and who believe that what they have in common is significant; also called a \”social group\” society people who share a culture and a territory hunting and gathering society a human group that depends on hunting and gathering for its survival. shaman the healing specialist of a tribe […]

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ATI Social Networks

A nurse is preparing to leave for the day when Report the incident A client whom a nurse had an excellent rapport was recently discharged B. The nurse should not fulfill the request A nurse has questions about the appropriate way to handle a dilemma A. Board of nursing B. Facility social media resource person […]

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