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Get a better grade with INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL WELFARE! Designed to give you a solid introduction to the profession of social work, this social work text helps you master the concepts and issues in social welfare that social workers address everyday. Studying is made easy with the Book Companion Website that provides you with the opportunity to complete self-assessments as well as pre and post tests for each chapter. Case studies found throughout the text help you see the relevance of what you are learning to the real world.

Table of Contents

PART ONE THE PROFESSION OF SOCIAL WORK
1(100)
Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare
3(31)
What Is Social Work?
5(1)
What Is Social Welfare?
6(3)
Highlight 1.1 What Is Critical Thinking?
7(2)
Residual, Institutional, and Developmental Perspectives on Social Welfare
9(2)
Focus on Critical Thinking 1.1 What Are Your Views About Social Welfare?
11(1)
The Conservative--Liberal Continuum
11(2)
How Do You Fare on the Conservative--Liberal Continuum?
13(1)
Social Work and Social Welfare History
13(1)
Fields of Practice in Social Work
13(2)
Focus on Critical Thinking 1.2 Where Do You Stand on the Conservative--Liberal Continuum?
14(1)
The Continuum of Social Work Careers
15(1)
Baccalaureate Social Workers (BSWs)
15(1)
Master's Social Workers (MSWs)
16(1)
Doctorates in Social Work
17(3)
Focus on Critical Thinking 1.3 Thinking About Your Career
17(3)
Social Work Builds on Many Disciplines
20(1)
The Uniqueness of Social Work
21(5)
Highlight 1.2 Theoretical Ways of Viewing Social Work: A Focus on Systems in the Environment
24(2)
Content Areas in the Social Work Curriculum
26(1)
Social Work Values and Ethics
27(1)
Diversity
27(1)
Populations-at-Risk and Social and Economic Justice
28(1)
Human Behavior and the Social Environment
28(1)
Social Welfare Policy and Services
29(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 1.4 Focusing on the Environmental Context of Problems
30(1)
Social Work Practice
30(2)
Research
32(1)
Field Education
33(1)
Looking Ahead
33(1)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
33(1)
Social Work Values and Ethics
34(21)
The NASW Code of Ethics
36(1)
Social Workers' Ethical Responsibilities to Clients
37(9)
Focus on Critical Thinking 2.1 What Should a Social Worker Do?
38(2)
Highlight 2.1 Ethical Standards in the NASW Code of Ethics
40(2)
Highlight 2.2 Social Work, Confidentiality, and the Internet
42(4)
Social Workers' Ethical Responsibilities to Colleagues
46(2)
Social Workers' Ethical Responsibilities in Practice Settings
48(2)
Social Workers' Ethical Responsibilities as Professionals
50(1)
Social Workers' Ethical Responsibilities to the Social Work Profession
50(1)
Social Workers' Ethical Responsibilities to the Broader Society
50(2)
Highlight 2.3 Social Workers' Ethical Obligations to Help People at the Macro Level
51(1)
International Social Welfare in a Global Context
52(1)
Personal and Professional Values
53(1)
Looking Ahead
53(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 2.2 Identifying Personal Values
54(1)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
54(1)
Empowerment and Human Diversity
55(46)
Discrimination, Oppression, Stereotypes, and Prejudice
56(1)
Populations-at-Risk and Social and Economic Justice
57(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 3.1 Racial Self-Awareness
58(1)
Empowerment and a Strengths Perspective
58(1)
Resiliency: Seeking Strength amid Adversity
59(4)
Highlight 3.1 Empowerment for Women in Groups
60(3)
Human Diversity
63(1)
Race and Ethnicity
63(1)
Highlight 3.2 Terms Used to Describe Latino/a/Hispanic People
64(1)
Culture and Cultural Competence
64(1)
Ethnic and Cultural Differences
65(13)
Focus on Critical Thinking 3.2 Cultural Issues to Address
66(12)
National Origin
78(3)
Highlight 3.3 Appreciating Cultural Differences in National Origin
80(1)
Class
81(1)
Gender
81(2)
Sexual Orientation
83(3)
Focus on Critical Thinking 3.3 What Is Feminism?
84(2)
Family Structure
86(4)
Focus on Critical Thinking 3.4 What Does Gender Really Mean?
87(2)
Highlight 3.4 Reflections About Being a Lesbian in a Homophobic Society
89(1)
Marital Status
90(2)
Age
92(1)
Disability
92(1)
Religion and Spirituality
92(5)
Highlight 3.5 Kwanzaa: A Spiritual Celebration of Life, Culture, and History
94(3)
Looking Ahead
97(1)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
97(1)
Case Study for Critical Thinking: An Agency Providing Foster Family Care
98(3)
PART TWO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE
101(56)
The Process of Generalist Practice
102(24)
Defining Generalist Practice
104(3)
Highlight 4.1 Concepts in the Definition of Generalist Practice
105(2)
Working in an Organizational Structure Under Supervision
107(1)
A Wide Range of Roles
107(1)
Critical Thinking Skills
108(2)
Focus on Critical Thinking 4.1 Avoiding the Fallacy Trap
109(1)
The Planned-Change Process
110(3)
Step 1: Engagement
113(2)
Step 2: Assessment
115(5)
Highlight 4.2 Cultural Differences in Nonverbal and Verbal Communication
116(2)
Highlight 4.3 Assessment Emphasizing Strengths and Empowerment
118(2)
Step 3: Planning
120(1)
Step 4: Implementation
121(1)
Step 5: Evaluation
121(3)
Highlight 4.4 Implementation with Macro Client Systems
122(2)
Step 6: Termination
124(1)
Looking Ahead
125(1)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
125(1)
Practice Settings
126(31)
Social Work Practice Today
127(1)
Settings in Social Work Practice: Organizations and Communities
127(1)
Social Services in the Context of Social Agencies
127(1)
Social Work Practice in the Context of Communities
128(1)
Micro Practice: Social Work with Individuals
129(6)
Highlight 5.1 The Special Circumstances of Social Work Practice in Rural Communities
130(2)
Highlight 5.2 Urban Social Work
132(3)
Micro/Mezzo Practice: Social Work with Families
135(1)
The Importance of Social Networks for Families
136(2)
Mezzo Practice: Social Work with Groups
138(1)
Treatment Groups
138(1)
Task Groups
138(4)
Highlight 5.3 Treatment Groups in Social Work
139(2)
Highlight 5.4 Task Groups in Social Work
141(1)
Macro Practice: Social Work with Organizations and Communities
142(1)
Generalist Practice: A Three-Level Process
143(1)
Professional Organizations in Social Work
143(1)
The National Association of Social Workers
143(1)
The Council on Social Work Education
144(1)
Careers in Social Work
144(8)
Highlight 5.5 Social Work Licensure and Categories of Social Work Practice
145(2)
Highlight 5.6 Employment Settings for Social Workers by Fields of Practice
147(5)
Social Work Salaries
152(2)
Looking Ahead
154(1)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
154(1)
Case Study for Critical Thinking: An Elderly Woman with Multiple Needs
155(2)
PART THREE SOCIAL WELFARE POLICY
157(110)
An Overview of Social Welfare and Social Work History
158(47)
Early European Approaches to Social Welfare
161(1)
England After Feudalism's Demise
162(1)
The English Elizabethan Poor Law of 1601
162(1)
The Speenhamland System
163(1)
The English Poor Law Reforms of 1834
163(1)
U.S. Social Welfare History: Early Colonization to the Mid-1800s
164(1)
Highlight 6.1 Early Philosophical Views About Children
165(1)
Focus on Mental Health and Mental Illness
165(1)
Focus on American Indian (First Nations Peoples) History: Treaties and Federal Control
166(2)
Highlight 6.2 Dorothea Dix: Mental Health Advocate
167(1)
Focus on Chicano/a History: The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
168(1)
The Civil War Era
169(1)
Focus on African Americans: The Freedmen's Bureau
170(1)
The 1870s to 1900
170(1)
Focus on Children: Early Policies
171(1)
Settlement Houses, Charity Organization Societies, and Generalist Social Work
171(2)
Highlight 6.3 The Early Development of Protective Services
172(1)
Focus on American Indians: Attempts at Assimilation
173(4)
Highlight 6.4 Jane Addams
174(2)
Highlight 6.5 Mary Richmond
176(1)
The Progressive Period: 1900 to 1930
177(2)
Focus on Critical Thinking 6.1 Government Policy and Self-Determination for First Nations Peoples
178(1)
Focus on Mental Health Policy
179(1)
Focus on Asian Immigration
179(1)
Focus on Chicano/a and Puerto Rican Immigration
180(1)
The Great Depression and the 1930s
180(1)
Highlight 6.6 A Brief History of Puerto Rico
181(1)
Early Initiatives of the New Deal
181(2)
Highlight 6.7 Human Conditions During the Great Depression
182(1)
The Social Security Act of 1935
183(1)
War and Wealth: The 1940s
184(1)
Highlight 6.8 Public Assistance for Children and Families
185(1)
Peace and Complacency: The 1950s
185(1)
Highlight 6.9 Japanese American Internment During World War II
186(1)
Amendments to the Social Security Act
186(1)
The End of School Segregation
186(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 6.2 Personal Rights of Assistance Recipients
187(1)
Focus on Mental Health: The Deinstitutionalization Movement
187(1)
The 1960s and the War on Poverty
187(1)
The Public Welfare Amendments of 1962
188(1)
The ``Great Society''
188(2)
Highlight 6.10 The Economic Opportunity Act of 1964
189(1)
Focus on Mental Health: The Community Mental Health Centers Act
190(1)
Focus on the Elderly: The Older Americans Act of 1965
190(1)
Civil Rights in the 1960s
191(1)
Focus on Mexican Americans: The Chicano/a Movement
191(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 6.3 Civil Rights
192(1)
Focus on American Indians: Striving for Self-Determination
192(2)
A Return to Conservatism in the 1970s
194(1)
Old Age, Survivors, Disability, and Health Insurance
194(1)
Focus on Social Welfare Policies Concerning Child and Family Welfare
194(1)
Conservative Extremes in the 1980s and Early 1990s
195(1)
Focus on People with Disabilities: 1990s Legislation
195(1)
Welfare Reform in the Clinton Era
196(1)
The Conservatism of George W. Bush
196(2)
Focus on Critical Thinking 6.4 What Are Future Issues in Social Welfare?
198(1)
The Development of the Social Work Profession
198(1)
Early Development of Social Work Education
199(1)
Social Work During the Great Depression
199(2)
Highlight 6.11 Social Work Accreditation at the Baccalaureate and Master's Levels
200(1)
Social Work in the 1950s
201(1)
Formation of the National Association of Social Workers
201(1)
Social Work in the 1960s to the Early 1980s
201(1)
Social Work Today
202(1)
Looking Ahead
202(2)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
204(1)
Policy, Policy Analysis, and Policy Advocacy: Foundations for Service Provision
205(26)
Social Welfare Policy
208(2)
Highlight 7.1 How Policies Structure and Coordinate Life
209(1)
Agency Policy
210(1)
Social Welfare Policy Development
210(4)
Highlight 7.2 Public Opinion and Policy Development
213(1)
Structural Components of Social Welfare Programs
214(1)
What Are People's Needs and Program Goals?
214(2)
Highlight 7.3 When Values Change
215(1)
What Kinds of Benefits Are Provided?
216(1)
What Are the Eligibility Criteria for the Program?
216(2)
Focus on Critical Thinking 7.1 Which Benefits Are Most Beneficial to Poor People?
217(1)
Who Pays for the Program?
218(1)
How Is the Program Administered and Run?
218(1)
Value Perspectives on Social Responsibility and Social Welfare Program Development
219(1)
The Conservative--Liberal Continuum
219(2)
Radicalism
221(1)
Residual and Institutional Perspectives on Social Welfare Policy and Program Development
221(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 7.2 Universal Versus Selective Service Provision
222(1)
Universal Versus Selective Service Provision
222(1)
Policy Analysis
223(1)
The Five-E Approach to Policy Analysis
224(3)
Policy Practice and Policy Advocacy
227(3)
Highlight 7.4 Figures Pursuing Policy Practice and Advocacy in a Historical Context
228(2)
Highlight 7.5 Focus on Another Policy Practice Role: Social Workers in Politics
230(1)
Looking Ahead
230(1)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
230(1)
Policies and Programs to Combat Poverty
231(36)
Highlight 8.1 International Perspectives: Poverty Is a Global Problem
233(1)
Poverty in the United States
234(1)
Gender, Family Structure, and Race
234(1)
The Feminization of Poverty
235(3)
Poverty and Social Class
238(1)
Reasons People Are Poor
239(3)
Focus on Critical Thinking 8.1 What Is It Like to Be Poor?
240(2)
A Culture of Poverty?
242(1)
Social Welfare Policies and Programs
242(1)
Social Work Roles
243(1)
Social Insurance Policy
244(1)
Old Age, Survivors, Disability, and Health Insurance
245(1)
Unemployment Insurance and Workers' Compensation
246(1)
Medicare
246(4)
Highlight 8.2 The Medicare Prescription Drug Plan
249(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 8.2 Who Should Pay for Seniors' Prescription Drugs?
250(1)
Public Assistance Policy
250(1)
Historical Perspectives on Public Assistance to Families
250(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 8.3 Policy Issues in Social Insurance
251(1)
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families
251(3)
Focus on Critical Thinking 8.4 Working Mothers, Child Care, and the Quality of Family Life
253(1)
Stereotypes About Public Assistance Recipients
254(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 8.5 The Current State of Public Assistance
255(1)
Supplemental Security Income
255(3)
Highlight 8.3 What Are the Stereotypes About People ``on Welfare''---and to What Extent Are They Accurate?
256(2)
Medicaid
258(1)
Food Stamps
259(1)
General Assistance
260(1)
Housing Assistance
260(2)
Highlight 8.4 International Perspectives: ``Cash for Kids'' in Canada
261(1)
Looking Ahead
262(1)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
262(1)
Case Study for Critical Thinking: The WIC Program
263(4)
PART FOUR CLIENT POPULATIONS AND CONTEXTS
267(219)
Social Work and Services for Children and Families
268(47)
Major Thrusts of Services for Children and Families
270(1)
Supportive and Substitute Services
271(2)
Highlight 9.1 Child Welfare: A Historical Social Work Field of Practice
272(1)
Child Maltreatment and Child Protective Services
273(1)
What Are Child Maltreatment, Abuse, and Neglect?
274(2)
Highlight 9.2 International Perspectives: The Child Slave Trade in West Africa
276(1)
How Many Children Are Maltreated?
276(1)
What Causes Child Maltreatment?
277(1)
Child Protective Services and the Social Work Role
278(1)
Highlight 9.3 The Assessment of Risk in Child Maltreatment Cases
279(1)
Working with and Referring to Other Agencies
279(3)
Intensive Family Preservation: One Treatment Approach
282(2)
Focus on Critical Thinking 9.1 Advocacy and Child Maltreatment in the Macro Arena
283(1)
Key Themes in Family Preservation
284(2)
Child Day Care
286(1)
Highlight 9.4 What Makes for High-Quality Day Care?
287(1)
Other Supportive Services
287(1)
Family Life Education
288(1)
Respite Care
288(1)
An Ongoing Macro Issue: Advocacy for Resources
289(1)
Substitute Services
289(1)
Kinship Care
290(2)
Foster Family Care
292(1)
Types of Foster Family Homes
292(1)
Highlight 9.5 Reasons for Foster Family Care
293(1)
Social Work Roles in Foster Family Care
293(3)
Residential Settings: Group Homes, Treatment Centers, and Independent Living Arrangements
296(2)
Highlight 9.6 Who Is Placed in Residential Settings?
297(1)
Group Homes
298(1)
Residential Treatment Centers
298(1)
Independent Living Services
298(1)
Highlight 9.7 Who Works in Residential Treatment Centers?
299(1)
Adoption
299(1)
Highlight 9.8 Cultural Competence Issues
300(1)
Types of Adoption
300(1)
The Adoption Process
300(1)
Social Work Roles in Adoption
301(2)
Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse in Families
303(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 9.2 Controversial Issues in Adoption
304(1)
Definitions in Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse
304(3)
People with Alcohol Problems
307(2)
Alcoholism Affects Family Relationships
309(1)
Treatment for Alcoholics
310(3)
Highlight 9.9 Resources for the Treatment of Alcoholism
311(2)
Looking Ahead
313(1)
Highlight 9.10 A Case Example of an Alcoholic in Treatment
314(1)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
314(1)
Social Work and Services for the Elderly
315(28)
Highlight 10.1 International Perspectives: ``Global Graying''
317(1)
Demographic Characteristics of the Elderly Population: Race, Gender, and Social Class
318(1)
Common Problems Facing Elderly People
319(1)
Ageism
319(3)
Focus on Critical Thinking 10.1 Confronting Myths About the Elderly
320(2)
Discrimination in Employment
322(1)
Poverty
322(2)
Retirement
324(2)
Focus on Critical Thinking 10.2 How Would You Fix Social Security?
325(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 10.3 Does Social Security Discriminate Against Women?
326(1)
Health Care
326(1)
Elderly Abuse
327(1)
Living Conditions and Family Variables
327(1)
Transitional Issues
327(1)
Highlight 10.2 ``Gayging'' and Invisibility
328(1)
Contexts for Social Work Practice with the Elderly
328(1)
Long-Term Care Through Home-Based and Community Health Services
329(3)
Focus on Critical Thinking 10.4 Macro Practice Empowerment for the Elderly
332(1)
Discharge Planning in Hospital Settings
332(2)
Service Provision in Nursing Homes
334(1)
Empowerment for Diverse Populations of Elderly People
335(1)
Highlight 10.3 A Focus on Practice: Social Workers' Roles in Nursing Homes
336(1)
Concepts and Strategies in Empowerment
336(3)
Highlight 10.4 Diversity and Individual Differences Among the Elderly
338(1)
Empowerment of African American Grandparents Who Become Primary Child Caregivers
339(1)
Appreciation of Spirituality and Empowerment for Navajo Elders in a Nursing Home
340(2)
Looking Ahead
342(1)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
342(1)
Social Work and Services for People with Disabilities
343(29)
People with Mobility Disabilities
346(1)
Ethical Implications for Social Work Practice: The Importance of Self-Determination
346(2)
Highlight 11.1 Acquired Mobility Disabilities
347(1)
Adopting a Consumer-Oriented Approach
348(1)
Learning About Services and Resources
349(1)
Advocating for Clients with Disabilities Whenever Possible
350(1)
Defining Developmental Disabilities
350(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 11.1 Residual Versus Institutional Approaches to Service Provision for People with Disabilities
351(1)
Cognitive Disabilities
351(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 11.2 Empowerment Through Language: People with Cognitive Disabilities
352(1)
Cerebral Palsy
352(1)
Epilepsy
353(1)
Orthopedic Problems
353(1)
Hearing Impairment
353(1)
Visual Impairment
353(1)
Autism
353(1)
Multiple Disabilities
354(1)
Treatment Over Time of People with Developmental Disabilities: The Quest for Social and Economic Justice
354(1)
Prior to the Late 1960s: Individual Pathology
354(1)
The 1970s and 1980s: A Community-Based Approach
355(2)
Focus on Critical Thinking 11.3 Deinstitutionalization: An Attempt at Empowerment
356(1)
The 1990s and Beyond: Consumer Empowerment
357(2)
Highlight 11.2 A Word of Caution About Choice
358(1)
Social Work with People Who Have Developmental Disabilities
359(2)
Highlight 11.3 Discrimination Against People with Developmental Disabilities
360(1)
Empowerment Through Legislation: Seeking Social and Economic Justice
361(1)
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
361(1)
The Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act of 1990
362(1)
Social Work and Community Empowerment for People with Disabilities
362(1)
Legislative Empowerment for People with Visual Impairment
362(2)
Focus on Critical Thinking 11.4 Does the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Actually Help People with Disabilities Attain Social and Economic Justice?
363(1)
Community Empowerment for People with Cognitive Disabilities
364(1)
Highlight 11.4 Social Work and Community Empowerment for People with Visual Impairment
365(1)
ARCs and Related Resources
365(6)
Highlight 11.5 Empowerment of Elderly Caregivers
367(3)
Highlight 11.6 Empowerment for People with Cognitive Disabilities: Creating Linkages with Community Life
370(1)
Looking Ahead
371(1)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
371(1)
Social Work and Services in Health Care
372(28)
Health Problems
374(1)
Social Work Roles in Health Care
375(1)
Social Work Roles in Direct Health Care Practice
375(2)
Macro Practice in Health Care: Seeking Empowerment
377(1)
Health Care Policy and Problems in the Macro Environment
378(1)
The Escalating Cost of Health Care
378(1)
Unequal Access to Health Care
378(1)
Highlight 12.1 Poor People and People of Color as Populations-at-Risk
379(1)
Problems in Managed Care
379(2)
Focus on Critical Thinking 12.1 Health Care Costs and Policy
380(1)
Ethical Dilemmas in Managed Care
381(1)
Highlight 12.2 Responding to Ethical Dilemmas: Improving Health Care Provision
382(1)
Cultural Competence and the U.S. Health Care System
382(1)
Value Dimensions in API Cultures Relating to Health Care Provision
383(3)
Focus on Critical Thinking 12.2 The Hazards of Overgeneralizing
384(2)
Conflicts Between API Cultural Values and the U.S. Health Care System
386(2)
International Perspectives: Aids---A Global Crisis
388(2)
Highlight 12.3 Recommendations for a More Culturally Competent Health Care System
389(1)
HIV and AIDS
390(1)
Highlight 12.4 How Is HIV Transmitted?
391(1)
Measurement of the CD4 T-Cell Count
391(1)
Treatment for AIDS
392(1)
Empowerment for People Living with AIDS
393(1)
Social Work Roles and Empowerment for People Living with AIDS
394(3)
Highlight 12.5 Evaluating the Consequences of Life Experiences
395(1)
Highlight 12.6 Empowerment by Dealing with Life and Death
396(1)
International Perspectives: AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa
397(2)
Highlight 12.7 What Would Your Life Be Like If You Had AIDS and Lived in Sub-Saharan Africa?
398(1)
International Perspectives: HIV in Thailand
399(1)
Looking Ahead
399(1)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
399(1)
Social Work and Services in Mental Health
400(36)
Mental Health, Mental Illness, and Social Work Roles
402(1)
Employment Settings in Mental Health for Social Workers
403(1)
The Least Restrictive Setting on a Continuum of Care: Empowering Clients
403(1)
Highlight 13.1 Differences Between BSW and MSW Positions and Responsibilities
404(1)
Inpatient Mental and Psychiatric Hospitals
404(1)
Residential Treatment Centers for Children and Adolescents
405(1)
Group Homes
405(2)
Highlight 13.2 Using Positive Reinforcement, Empathy, and Feedback to Change Behavior
406(1)
Psychiatric Units in General Hospitals
407(1)
Outpatient Treatment Agencies
407(1)
Employee Assistance Programs
407(1)
Community Mental Health Centers: A Macro Response to Individual Needs
408(1)
Clients with Mental Health Problems
409(1)
Highlight 13.3 What's in a Title?
410(1)
Dementia
410(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 13.1 Potential Shortcomings of the DSM-IV-TR
411(1)
Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders
411(1)
Mood Disorders
412(1)
Bipolar Disorders
413(1)
Anxiety Disorders
413(1)
Dissociative Disorders
414(1)
Sexual Disorders
414(1)
Eating Disorders
414(4)
Highlight 13.4 Who Was Sybil? The Most Famous Case of Multiple Personalities
415(3)
Impulse Control Disorders
418(1)
Personality Disorders
418(1)
What Social Workers Do in Mental Health
419(1)
Case Management in Micro Practice
419(1)
Micro Practice: Psychotherapy
420(4)
Highlight 13.5 Cognitive Therapy with a Depressed Adult Male
421(3)
Mezzo Practice: Running Treatment Groups
424(1)
Mezzo Practice: Treating Families
424(1)
Macro Practice and Policy Practice in Mental Health
424(5)
Focus on Critical Thinking 13.2 Is Electroshock Therapy Back?
425(2)
Highlight 13.6 Are You Thinking About Working in the Mental Health Field?
427(2)
Managed Care Policies and Programs in Mental Health
429(1)
Cultural Competence in Mental Health Settings
429(2)
Focus on Critical Thinking 13.3 What Is the Real Intent of Managed Care?
430(1)
Barriers to Receiving Mental Health Services
431(3)
Focus on Critical Thinking 13.4 Mental Health Care and Policy
432(2)
Macro Perspectives on Cultural Competence
434(1)
Highlight 13.7 What Can Be Done to Improve Mental Health Services to People of Color?
435(1)
Looking Ahead
435(1)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
435(1)
Social Work and Services for Youths and in the Schools
436(30)
School Social Work
437(3)
School Social Work Roles
440(4)
Highlight 14.1 Focus on Mezzo Practice: Types of Groups School Social Workers Run
442(2)
Gay and Lesbian Youths: A Population at Risk
444(4)
Highlight 14.2 Enhancing Multiculturalism and Reducing Racism in Schools
445(3)
Highlight 14.3 Myths and Facts About LGB People
448(1)
Creative Empowerment for Youths Through Macro Practice
448(1)
Empowering Latino/a Youths by Conducting a Community Assets Assessment
449(1)
Helping a Spiritual Community Empower Its African American Youths
450(1)
School Social Workers' Role in the Prevention of School Violence
451(4)
Teenage Sexual Activity, Pregnancy, and Parenting Issues
455(1)
Highlight 14.4 Global Perspectives on Adolescent Pregnancy and Birthrates
456(1)
Reasons for Concern
456(2)
Reasons Teens Get Pregnant
458(2)
Focus on Critical Thinking 14.1 Conservative and Liberal Views on Policy Regarding the Provision of Sex Education
459(1)
Social Work Roles
460(5)
Highlight 14.5 Providing Straightforward Information About Sex
462(3)
Looking Ahead
465(1)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
465(1)
Social Work and Services in the Criminal Justice System
466(20)
Introducing Crime and Criminal Justice
467(1)
Highlight 15.1 Main Types of Crime
468(1)
Who Commits Crimes? Race, Social Class, and Gender Issues
468(2)
Are Crime Rates Rising or Falling?
470(2)
Focus on Critical Thinking 15.1 An Ethical Dilemma: Punishment Versus Empowerment
471(1)
Criminal Justice Settings and Forensic Social Work
472(1)
Adult Correctional Institutions
473(1)
Focus on Critical Thinking 15.2 Should Prisoners Get Expensive Health Care?
474(1)
Administrative Planning Centers
474(1)
Community-Based Corrections: Probation and Parole Services
474(1)
Victim Assistance Programs
475(1)
Domestic Violence Services
476(1)
Juvenile Corrections
476(2)
Highlight 15.2 The Cycle of Domestic Violence: Empowering Women as Survivors
477(1)
Overlaps Among Juvenile Corrections, Mental Health Services, and Child Welfare
478(2)
Highlight 15.3 Mezzo Practice and Empowerment for African American Youths in the Juvenile Justice System
479(1)
Youth Gangs
480(3)
Highlight 15.4 International Perspectives: Gangs Around the World
482(1)
Looking Ahead
483(1)
For Further Exploration on the Internet
483(1)
Case Study for Critical Thinking: A Client with a Serious Hereditary Disease
484(2)
Epilogue: Your Values and Your Future: Applying Critical Thinking Skills
486(6)
The Importance of Values in Career Decision Making
487(1)
Assessing Your Own Capabilities and Interests
488(1)
What Are Your Competencies?
488(1)
What Are Your Employment Goals?
489(1)
What Are Your Job Preferences?
489(2)
Looking Ahead
491(1)
References 492(20)
Name Index 512(5)
Subject Index 517


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