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SW 302 Class 1 8/26

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SW 302 Class 1 8/26 Sw 302

Kayce Notetaker
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Social Welfare Policy Analysis
Teresa teer

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Social Welfare Policy Analysis
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Date Created: 09/02/15
SW302 August 26 2015 Chapter 1 Class 1 Overview of syllabus PowerPoint posted on Canvas Person In Environment Interdependence a perfect world situation in which institutions and individuals are fulfilling their roles More historic kind of social work Macropractice Porter Lee Early social work leader pg 6 Porter defined these terms 0 cause working to effect social change 0 function treatment of individual role difficulties 0 primary task of professional social work is to institutionalize the gains won through working to effect social change Harry Hopkins Adviser to FDR in New York When depression hit FDR got all credit when Harry did a lot Harrv founded the Works Prooress Administration institution that created a lot of change largest and most ambitious New Deal agency Employed millions for public works projects example of Primary Task Most immediate target is your client Conservative means that people get credit for success and credit for failure Even though government is leaning towards being more liberal society is more conservative Abraham Flexner p 8 9 Abraham Flexner hired to do analysis of social work before it became a profession Altruistic selfless true concern for others Figure 11 Dvadic diaciram old relationship of marketbased profession POLICYBASED PROFESSION Policy System Triadlc IS NEW relationship of policybased profession r r w at a quot55 1 fl E e Professional System Problam De nition it na SHEham Emilia Service Proletarianization professional autonomy cannot be achieved working in a bureaucratic organization We are limited in the care that we can provide our clients Group activity


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