social work test 1

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the Bureau of Labor says that social work will grow ________ than the average professions
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faster
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How many of the top 20 professions require social work training
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3
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on any given day _______ people are helped by social workers
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10 million
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social work is a profession that provides _____,______, and _______ for addressing social problems and improving the quality of life
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direction, vision and motivation
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social work is a triad of ______, ______ and ______
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knowledge, values and skills
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social work is a _________ that has a body of knowledge, skills and research outcomes
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science
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social work is an _______ that uses creative intervention, original judgment, personality, and all aspects of self
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art
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people with a degree in socail work from a program accredited by the _____________
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council on work education
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there are _________ social workers in the US; mostly _________
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600,000/ white females
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the __________ degree is the first and most general level then _________ and then ________
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baccalaureate/ graduate/ doctoral
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how much mental services are provided by social workers?
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over 50%– more than psychologists, psychiatrists, and nurses combined
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_____% apply for micro or mezzo _____% apply for macro
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85% micro/ mezzo 15% macro
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all 50 states have legal regulations of _____ and _____
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licensing (1994) and certification (1981)
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the term for practice regulation is______
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licensing
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the term for title protection is______
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certification
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the levels of licensing are LMSW-AP, LCSW, LBSW, and LMSW
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LBSW: licensed baccalaureate social work LMSW: Licensed master social worker LMSW-AP: Advanced practitioner LCSW: Licensed clinical practitioner
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reimbursement by insurance companies is _____
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vendorship
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the social work profession is a way of looking at things with a ________________________________
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generalist prospective with an inclusive world view
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having a generalist prospective means you bust be prepared to______________________
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work with clients of different ages, race and cultures
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helping clients achieve self sufficiency, society to relieve oppression and help social work achieve status and power are _________ concepts
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advocacy
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for example: moving someone would make their life different- showing that environment influences how they function this is____________________
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person-in-environment (PIE)
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a __________ concept deals with the whole person approach, interdependency, and person-in-environment (PIE)
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holistic
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marginalizing a person is _____________ them
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stereotyping
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_____________ are essential for growth
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relationships
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personal problems resulting from social/institutional arrangements is _________as___________
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personal as political
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According to Friedlander, social work is a profession that helps individuals, groups, and communities reach the highest possible degree of social, physical, and mental well-being. In other words, it ___________________
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enhances social functioning
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Which of the needs on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs are most likely to be met by society?
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physiological
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society usually steps in with _______________________if large numbers of people cannot meet their needs?
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social welfare system
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The system that is organized to meet needs and provide for the well-being of citizens of a society, and to focus on strengthening families and individuals is
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social welfare system
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there are three ways to view social welfare …
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residual (temporary), institutional and developmental (preventative)
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According to Abramovitz, everyone is on welfare. What are her 3 categories of welfare?
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fiscal (support for middle and upper class), corporate (support for businesses) and public (help the poor)
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While it took a long time for governments to get involved in helping people with needs, one institution provided a major social welfare role historically. That was __________
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the church
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_________ was a modle for the US who’s key concepts remained over the years
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England
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The Elizabethan Poor Law was developed in_______
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1601
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The Elizabethan Poor Law was the _________________ of a federal government
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first involvement
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The levels of responsibility of the Elizabethan Poor Law are _________,________ and then________
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individual/family, public, then government
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The addition of the Elizabethan Poor Law that required that persons applying for aid have resistance in the city where they apply was the_______________
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Law of Settlement
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The addition of the Elizabethan Poor Law that provided for supplementation of wages when a natural disaster caused people to lose their earnings was the __________________
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Speenhamland Act
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The concept from the 1834 Poor Law that no welfare recipient shall receive as much in aid as the lowest paid community member is called ______________
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less eligibility
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The Elizabethan Poor Law classified the needy into which two groups that we use today?
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worthy or unworthy poor
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when the situation is presented and the lowest bidder gets the family this is called ______________
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auction in reverse
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During the 1700s and 1800s, there was a negative and punitive view of the needy, and many needs were met with ________________
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institutional services
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The program developed in 1863 to coordinate public charities that is a model for state welfare today was the _______________
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Massachusetts State Board of Charities
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The 1st US federal government involvement in social welfare that lasted for 5-7 years in the late 1800s was the ____________________
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Freedman’s Bureau
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After the war, the Freedman’s Bureau worked with ________________. Agents of the bureau delivered a wide range of social services to ease the assimilation of _____________________.
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newly emancipated slaves / newly emancipated slaves
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The organization developed in the 1870s to organize social welfare workers was the____________________
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National Conference on Charities & Corrections
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The program developed in the 1870s to coordinate private charities was the __________________
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charity organization society
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Josephine Shaw Lowell, a major leader of the Charity Organization Society, is pictured on the history website, promising that how much aid would go directly to the poor?
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not one cent!
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The assumption that the poor were in need of upper-class role models to help their \”moral uplift\” led to using volunteers to work with them at the COS. They were called ___________
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friendly visitors
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The organization developed in 1886 to provide social services in the communities, particularly with immigrants, and that focused on societal causes of poverty was the _______________________
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settlement house movement
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__________ coined the phrase \”social workers\”
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Simon Patten
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The period from 1890-1915 that focused on social change and social justice, societal causation of poverty and an emphasis on professionalism was called _________________
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the Progressive Era
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In 1898, the first social work education program was developed and later become the Columbia University Social of Social Work. It was called the ________________
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New York School of Philanthropy
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The physician who told social workers at the 1915 National Conference on Charities and Corrections social work was not yet a profession but they should \”go out and build yourselves a profession\” was ______________
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Abraham Flexner
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In 1920, the Atlanta School of Social Work was developed. It was the 1st school to ____________________
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train African American social workers
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The method of social casework was developed and described in the first social work textbook written by Mary Richmond in 1917 titled: ____________
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Social Diagnosis
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The first woman and the first social worker in the U.S. Congress (1917) was _________
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Jeannette Rankin
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Social welfare policy explosion that guides policy today are the ___________________- the key to social welfare today
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New Deal programs
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The two social workers who had a major role in writing the legislation and programs for the New Deal were __________and____________
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Harry Hopkins and Frances Perkins
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Frances Perkins was a social worker who is famous because___________________________ _________________________
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She was the first woman in the Cabinet (Secretary of Labor)
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in 1935, the ________________ was the first federal responsibility for social welfare
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Social Security Act
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A negative view on socialism/ communism was called the ____________
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Red Score
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The decades of the 40s and 50s can be described as negative towards people ____ __________________________________________
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of color, communists, and women
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The organization developed in 1952 that develops educational standards and accredits social work programs is the__________________
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Council on Social Work Education
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in 1955, the National Association of Social Workers became the _______________________
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largest SOWO organization in the world
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In 1957, Ernest Greenwood wrote \”Attributes of a Profession\” arguing that social work is a profession because_________________________ _________________________________
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it has a body of knowledge, a code of ethics, and a professional culture
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During the 1960s, the country began to focus on societal causes of poverty and need. Much of the reason was Michael Harrington’s book titled _______________
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The Other America
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What is a key reason why the discovery of poverty got national attention?
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The people in poverty were largely older adults
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The social worker who authored the Domestic Marshall Plan that was the basis for the War on Poverty and who served as the first black president of NASW was _________________
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Whitney Young
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The social worker that was the president of the National Council of Negro Women and the only woman engaged in United Civil Rights Leadership Organization who also won a Congressional Gold Medal was_______________
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Dorothy Height
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During the 80s, the US had the most massive transfer of wealth in history from____________
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the poor to the rich (60% loss of income)
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Which historical shift most changed people’s needs and thus social welfare services over the past 150 years in the US?
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Urbanization, industrialization, and technology
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Supervision is important for social work students and practitioners because_____________________________
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it provides feedback for learning
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The concept where social work faculty protect the profession by screening students for their competence for practice is called ____________
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Gatekeeping
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Social work has been around for ______ years
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114
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The urban missionary movement and other similar philanthropies relied heavily on the use of the ________ in their work.
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visitor
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The ____________ was a Civil War volunteer organization that developed services associated today with Public Health and the Red Cross.
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Sanitation Commission
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Many states experienced an institutional building boom, in part the direct result of _________ reform campaign before the Civil War.
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Dorthea Dix’s
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The pioneers in the state board movement were the first charity leaders who tried to develop a more systematic and rational approach to their work and to push it away from its traditional association with ________.
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religion
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_____________was based on the teachings of Englishman Herbert Spencer who preached that relief was destructive to society and the poor because it created dependency and sapped their motivation.
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Social Darwinism
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The first American charity organization society was established in _____________
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Buffalo, New York
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The____________________ were actually central record keeping systems that kept track of almoners and prevented the indigent from receiving relief from more than one agency.
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exchanges or registries

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