SW 2700-01 CH 3
SW 2700-01 CH 3 Sw 2700-01
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Date Created: 02/15/16
CH. 3: Social Work & Social Systems Feb. 4, 2016 Ecosystems Perspective Social Systems Subsystems Environments Ecological Perspective Person: environment Goodness of fit Fig. 3.1 Input—Processing—Output—Feedback Implications of Social Systems for Social Work Regard environmental context of human functioning Consider problems and solutions in multiple systems Understand change in one system effects interrelated systems Social Functioning Types Effective At risk Difficulties in functioning Micro Level Social Work Intervention Ex: Neighborhoods, communities, and societies Mezzo Level Social Work Intervention Ex: Child constantly going to the principles office. Solution: increase meetings before problem. Generalist Model Basis of issues rather than methods Simultaneous intervention at multiple system levels Employs variety of models and methods Addresses diverse client problems
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