Human Behavior for Social Work Practice: A Developmental-Ecological Framework
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- Publication Date:August 15, 2006
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Looking for a new approach to HBSE?
Professors Haight and Taylor offer social work professors a new way to integrate the social work curricula. Their approach ties human behavior to practice to give students a stronger and more grounded base for their education and their professional practice.
Human Behavior for Social Work Practice offers a fresh approach to this area of the social work curricula by giving students a framework for critical thinking and problem-solving. This book is truly oriented toward practice, unlike other HBSE textbooks. This integrated orientation benefits social work students by giving them strategies they can use in their careers as they face evolving social problems.
This innovative book uses a developmental-ecological approach to match issues affecting social workers and their clients, including poverty, drug use, substance abuse, violence, and international social work, with portions of the life span, helping to tie theory to practice in a new way.
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