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The TWO Strong Obstacles Against The Rights And Freedoms Of Women In Iraq
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Identify a situation in an organization that could be considered legally acceptable, but would still pose an ethical problem for the organization
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Describe one defensive strategy and one offensive strategy of some sport
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How single-parent families are rising, the causes, the parents' struggles, the effects on children (positive and negative)... with introduction and conclusion, + references. (more than 2000 words)
Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 12
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Tutorial for: Q1. Define the terms ‘empowerment’ and ‘partnership’. Q2. Explain the nature of power. Q3. Identify some of the potential barriers to empowerment and working in... More > partnership. Q4. Identify different possible ways of evaluating partnership and empowerment. Q5. Discuss your own feelings about working in partnership with families. Q6. Identify the ways in which social work agencies can promote or hinder partnership and empowerment in their work with users. Q7. Identify the roles of agencies in relation to work with children and families.< Less
Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 1
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Tutorial for: Q1. Briefly discuss the meaning of family from different perspectives. Q2. What is the difference between what is myth and what might be reality when people talk about family life in... More > the past? Q3. What is the dominant ideology of the family? Q4. In your own words, briefly describe the impact of social policy on families. Q5. What is meant by the term ‘family’? Q6. Explain the contradictory position of children in today’s society. Q7. Why is the family often regarded as being in a state of crisis. Q8. Identify the differences between absolute poverty and relative poverty. Q9. List three examples of the effects of poverty on families. Q10. Briefly describe inequalities of power and responsibilities within families. Q11. Briefly describe the unequal allocation of caring and household responsibilities within families. Q12. What is the importance of Black perspectives on the family? (see all questions on http://courses-and-tutorials.webs.com/social-work)< Less
Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 2
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Tutorial for: Q1. What are advantages and disadvantages of social work with children and families? Q2. Define the term ‘partnership’. Q3. Describe what it might feel like to be a client... More > of a service. Q4. Give a personal perspective on the experience of being listened to or not listened to as a child. Q5. Suggest three ways of addressing tensions between care and control. Q6. What are the links between families with children in need, and a variety of different agencies? Q7. Give an example of good practice for working in partnership with other agencies. Q8. Discuss some of the issues of principle in social work with children and families. Q9. How could you apply principles of anti-oppressive practice? Q10. Produce your own brief statement of principles.< Less
Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 3
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Tutorial for: Q1. Briefly outline the process of ‘assessment’. Q2. Why should social workers focus on needs as well as problems in their assessment of children and families? Q3. Explain... More > how you could implement social work plans in partnership with the family and other agencies. Q4. Describe the purposes of, and various forms of, monitoring, review and evaluation. Q5. Briefly discuss the process of planning in relation to working with children and families. Q6. Briefly discuss the process of implementation in relation to working with children and families. Q7. Explain the meaning of process in the context of social work practice.< Less
Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 4
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Tutorial for: Q1. Outline some of the different ways of working directly with children and young people. Q2. List some examples of the wide range of needs of children. Q3. Describe some of the... More > characteristics that make up an individual’s identity. Q4. Identify the key factors in social work practice that discriminate against black children and young people. Q5. Identify reasons for involving children and young people in decision-making. Q6. In your opinion, what skills are necessary to effectively communicate with children? Q7. Explain the meaning and uses of child observation in social work practice. Q8. Explain one way of developing knowledge of resources and networks for children and young people.< Less
Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 5
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Tutorial for: Q1. Give three examples of the needs of adults in the family. Q2. How could you distinguish between those personal issues that you might help to address, and those for which specialist... More > help might be needed? Q3. Give three examples of the needs of elders in the family. Q4. Explain the nature and context of relationship difficulties for adults in the family. Q5. Provide a critical analysis of male violence towards women in the family. Q6. Identify some of the key issues for adults in being parents and carers.< Less
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