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Social Work Final Exam Study Guide

by: Meghan Cunningham

Social Work Final Exam Study Guide SOWO 10833

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Here is a final study guide I made from my notes.
Introduction to Social Work
Professor Cynthia Sorto
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This 9 page Study Guide was uploaded by Meghan Cunningham on Wednesday April 27, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to SOWO 10833 at Texas Christian University taught by Professor Cynthia Sorto in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 47 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Social Work in Social Work at Texas Christian University.


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Date Created: 04/27/16
Social Work Final Exam Study Guide SOCIAL WORK What is Social Work as a Profession? Social Work is a Science of? Social Work is an Art of? Who are Social Workers? What are the Levels of Social Work Practice? Where do Social Workers Work? Terms used by Social Workers: Micro, Mezzo, and Macro Levels of Practice: What are NASW’s Professional Credentials? What are the Legal Regulations to be a Social Worker? VALUES What are Social Work Values? Where do Social Work Values come from? What are these values important? What are societal Values? What are a social workers six core values? What are a social workers five basic beliefs? Why is it important for us to understand their values? Define the Following Individualization: Acceptance: Non-Judgmental Attitude: Purposeful Expression of Feelings: Controlled Emotional Involvement: Self Determination: Confidentiality: What are some other Principles of Social Work? Three Steps of Self Awareness: SOCIAL JUSTICE AND OPPRESSION What is the Focus of Social Work? Including Equality and Empowerment: Oppression and why does this happen? What are some examples of Human Rights? What are examples of Civil Rights? Explain each Historical Experience: Trail of Tears: Treaty of Guadalupe – Hidalgo: Chinese Exclusion Act: Japanese Internment: Slavery and Jim Crow Laws: What are some examples of historical Experiences that have changed society? What are examples of some ISMs? What are the Basis, Assumptions, and Effects of ISMs? What is the Cycle of Oppression? What are three major social problems? What is Micro-aggression and Macro-aggression? What are some examples of these? What are the issues of intervention? What are ways to become more culturally aware? Define the term going an example for each: KNOWLEDGE BASE Knowledge Base: Warner Boehm’s 3 types of Knowledge: Theory: 3 Types of System’s Theory: Principles of Systems Theory: Ecological Systems Model: What is it’s Purpose? CSWE Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards: Cultural Heritage: Methods of Inquiry: Critical Thinking: Communication: Diversity: Human Behavior: Professional Core Competencies: What are all the Policies 2.1.1 – 2.10 MYER BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR MBTI Define the term going an example for each: MBTI: What does MBTI Measure? Extroversion: Introversion: Sensing: iNtuition: Thinking: Feeling: Judging: Perception: What do these above affect in life? What are each above’s learning preferences? What are some of the Implications? Operationalization: SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE SKILLS Define the term going an example for each: Practice Skills: Social Work Process: - Beginning - Middle - Ending Basic Helping Skills: Issues in Assessment: Engagement Skills: Observation Skills: Common Skills: Verbal Communication: Listening: Active Listening: Non-Verbal Communication: Attending Skills (SOLER): Questioning: Probing: Restating: Containment: Recording: Self-Disclosure: What are some other important skills to have? Efficient Social Workers are: CURRENT ISSUES IN SOCIAL WORK Define the term going an example for each: Important Concepts of Social Work: Current Issues in Social Work: Practice Issues in Age, Technology, Addictions, Veteran’s Issues, Spirituality, Animal Assisted Therapy, and Violence: What is some Violence against social Workers? What are some professional issues? What causes a negative public image? Burnout: Compassion fatigue: How to Cope with having a Social work job: Solutions for Social Workers: What is Dorothy and Whitney Young’s Social Work Reinvestment Act?


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