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HWC 308 Class Note 2

by: Dana Mass

HWC 308 Class Note 2 HWC 308

Dana Mass
Stony Brook U
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These notes cover what we went over in class which was chapter 1.
Human Behavior and Social Environment I (HBSE): Individual Development Across the Life Span
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dana Mass on Tuesday September 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HWC 308 at Stony Brook University taught by Michael Chiappone in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Human Behavior and Social Environment I (HBSE): Individual Development Across the Life Span in Social Welfare BASW (SOC WF) at Stony Brook University.

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Date Created: 09/13/16
Monday, September 12, 2016 HWC 308 Class Note 2 HW: 4-5 pages, 12pt font, autobiography, why social work, what I hope to accomplish in the school of social welfare, where do I see my self academically in the spring *Due October 10th* Chapter 1: - Evidence-based practice: getting someone from point A to point B. Its competent. Good chance of positive outcomes. Funding is a lot easier. - Ex: The Banana Splits program, how children work through parent’s divorce, in the school setting. - Food desert: where there is not access to healthy food (fruit, vegetables) - Ex: Bellport/ Southhampton reservation - Dyads are made up of two person groups - Dimension: a feature that can be focused on separate but cannot be understood without also considering other features. The dimensions not only interact dynamically, but also change over time. - The biopsychosocial approach takes care of every aspect of an individual. Helps us understand home life, mental health, lack of support, medications, strengths, family history, relationships, drug abuse, community, sexual orientation, their birth. - Microsystem: face-to-face contact between members. - Mezosystem: Networks of microsystem’s of a given person. - Ex: Family, co-workers, friends, peers, educators - Exosystem: The linkages between microsystem’s and larger institutions that affect the system. - Ex: How a profession affects a romantic relationship. - Macro-system: the boarder influence of culture, subculture, and social structure. - Ex: The football player taking a knee during the national anthem. The NFL, the military. 1 Monday, September 12, 2016 - Patterns of group differences: - Ex: Religious practices, personal space, - Inequality three categorizations: - Gender - Race - Class ** Creates privilege** - Social locations: how we see the world, what we notice, and how we interpret what we see. - Oppression: a mechanic for those with privilege - Mutuality: Not in this alone, ill be here to help you. (Knowledge about the case) 2


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