Human Behavior For Social Work Practice: A Developmental-Ecological Framework
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- Languages:English (Unknown), English (Original Language), English (Published)
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- Edition:Second Edition
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- Publication Date:September 18, 2012
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Contemporary social workers continue to face growing challenges of complex and diverse issues such as child maltreatment, poverty, unemployment, oppression, violence, mental illness, and end-of-life care across varied contexts. Wendy L. Haight and Edward H. Taylor present their book Human Behavior for Social Work Practice, Second Edition as a core text that will help students implement a consistent framework through which to approach multifaceted social issues in any environment, whether it be in inner city schools or rural nursing homes with individuals of different ages, ethnicities, and socioeconomic status.
Human Behavior for Social Work Practice, Second Edition uses the developmental, ecological-systems perspective as an analytic tool to show students how social scientific evidence helps us understand human development and enhances social work practice. Students will learn that by effectively connecting theory to practice, they can develop successful strategies to use as they encounter complex issues currently facing social workers.
The authors have reorganized and expanded this new edition to better illustrate developmental thinking in social work practice throughout the lifespan. This book also now includes special topic chapters on human brain development and the increasing relevance of neuroscience to social work practice as well as important social justice issues specific to race and gender that occur throughout the lifespan. Also new to this edition, Haight and Taylor have developed instructor s materials that can be tailored to include the social work experience of the instructor. It is comprehensive so that no additional resources are needed, and it is dynamically structured so information can be added where relevant to the course material.
Features: New! Complete instructor s manual with additional material not included in the book to further enhance student understanding; New! Introduction to the brain and its neuroscientific relevance to social work practice; New! Special topic chapters expound on social justice issues of race and gender; Interviews with seasoned practitioners highlight real-life experiences and introduce a variety of policy contexts; Text boxes present and discuss social issues such as substance abuse, poverty, and violence as they evolve across the life span; Updated syllabus and assignments
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