9780534362195

Case Studies in Generalist Practice

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  • ISBN13:

    9780534362195

  • ISBN10:

    0534362192

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1999-12-21
  • Publisher: Brooks Cole
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Summary

This book is a compilation of real cases submitted by social workers and faculty teaching social work courses. The cases help students understand how clients, issues, and agencies interact, as well as see how that understanding connects with the actual "doing" of generalist social work practice. The cases reflect a broad range of courses in the social work curriculum.

Table of Contents

Foreword xi
Jack Sellers
Part I Micro Practice: Individuals 1(70)
The Case of Trent
3(5)
Iris Carlton-La Ney
The Case of Trent Revisited: A Single Subject Research Design
8(6)
Cathy King Pike
Amy Webster Meschi
The Young Bears
14(9)
Barbara Jacobsen
Mike Jacobsen
Nalani Ethel C.: Social Work with a Hawaiian Woman and Her Family
23(7)
Noreen Mokuau
Barbara Pua Iuli
Saundra Santiago
30(7)
Diane Strock-Lynskey
Theresa Gil
The Case of Mrs. Miller: A Long Engagement
37(6)
Earlie M. Washington
Mr. Polanski
43(6)
David N. Storm
Self-Disclosure and Client Discrimination
49(6)
Alicia R. Issac
Lettie L. Lockhart
Late Night with Bea Rosen
55(9)
Kay Hoffman
Mary Alice St. Clair
Substance Abuse as Problem or Symptom: The Smith Family
64(7)
Robert E. Weiler
Part II Mezzo Practice: Families and Groups 71(76)
Personal Growth and Self-Esteem through Cultural Spiritualism: A Native American Experience
73(9)
James Wahlberg
In the Best Interest of the Child
82(6)
Lettie L. Lockhart
Alicia R. Issac
Between Two Worlds
88(9)
Rupa Gupta
Carmelita and Fernando
97(6)
Gloria Aguilar
Sally's Saga
103(6)
Chuck Young
Brad: Consequences of a Dysfunctional Family
109(7)
H. Wayne Johnson
A Visit to Dwight's Hollow
116(8)
Jody Gottlieb
Linda Gottlieb
No Mad Dog Looks: Group Work and Mediating Differences
124(9)
Cynthia Buntain
Deanna's Dilemma
133(7)
Jannah Hurn Mather
Robert F. Rivas
Ari and Simone: Notes from the Group
140(7)
James Bembry
Besty Vourlekis
Part III Macro Practice: Communities and Organizations 147(65)
Project Homeless
149(10)
Gloria Alexander
Transitional Homes for Young Street Mothers
159(7)
JoAnn Ray
The Appointment Letters
166(11)
Grafton H. Hull, Jr.
The Evergreen Boys Ranch: A Story about Jack and Diane
177(1)
Robert F. Rivas
The Willow River Developmental Disabilities Center
178(6)
Dennis Eikenberry
Generalist Practice at the Organizational Level: Participation, Partnership, and Process
184(8)
Patricia Lockett
Joe Schriver
Legal Regulation of Social Workers: BSWs and 1991 Wisconsin Act 160
192(6)
Eileen De Grand Mershart
Managing Margaret's Care
198(6)
Kimberly Strom-Gottfried
From Case to Cause: My Name is Jess Overton
204(8)
Donna McIntosh
Appendix General Questions to Assist in Case Analysis 212

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