Comprehensive Handbook of Social Work and Social Welfare

Comprehensive Handbook of Social Work and Social Welfare

Online ISBN: 9780470373705

DOI: 10.1002/9780470373705

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  1. Volume 1 The Profession of Social Work
    1. Handbook Preface
    2. Acknowledgments
    3. Preface
    4. Contributors
    5. 1 The History of Social Work and Social Welfare
    6. 2 Educating for Social Work
    7. 3 The Scope of Social Work Practice
    8. 4 Professional Credentials and Professional Regulations: Social Work Professional Development
    9. 5 Social Work Organizations
    10. 6 Values and Ethics for Professional Social Work Practice
    11. 7 The Strengths Perspective: Putting Possibility and Hope to Work in Our Practice
    12. 8 Child Welfare: Historical Trends, Professionalization, and Workforce Issues
    13. 9 Family Centered Practice
    14. 10 School Social Work
    15. 11 Substance Abuse
    16. 12 The Mental Health Field of Practice
    17. 13 Healing the Disjuncture: Social Work Disability Practice
    18. 14 Gerontology: A Field of Practice
    19. 15 Forensic Social Work: Current and Emerging Developments
    20. 16 International Social Work
    21. 17 Immigrant and Indigenous Populations: Special Populations in Social Work
    22. 18 Diversity
    23. 19 Social and Economic Justice
    24. 20 Putting Evidence-Based Practice into Practice
    25. 21 Making Social Work Practice More Scientific
    26. 22 Issues in Social Work
  2. Volume 2 Human Behavior in the Social Environment
    1. Acknowledgments
    2. Preface
    3. Contributors
    4. 1 Human Behavior and the Social Environment: Exploring Conceptual Foundations
    5. 2 Respondent Learning Theory
    6. 3 Operant Learning Theory
    7. 4 Cognitive-Behavioral Theory
    8. 5 Ego Psychology Theory
    9. 6 Self Psychology Theory
    10. 7 Attachment Theory
    11. 8 Psychosocial Theory
    12. 9 Cognitive Development Theory
    13. 10 Person-Centered Theory
    14. 11 Genetic Theory
    15. 12 Ecosystems Theory
    16. 13 Moral Development Theory
    17. 14 Small Group Theory
    18. 15 Family Systems Theory
    19. 16 Organizational Theory
    20. 17 A Critique of Stage Theories of Human Development
    21. 18 The Potentially Harmful Effects of Theory in Social Work
  3. Volume 3 Social Work Practice
    1. Acknowledgments
    2. Preface
    3. Contributors
    4. 1 Assessment and Intervention Overview
      1. 1 Evidence-Informed Practice
    5. I Assessment and Intervention Overview
      1. 2 Interviewing Skills
      2. 3 Assessment and Data Collection
      3. 4 Problem Identification, Contracting, and Case Planning
      4. 5 Practice Evaluation
      5. 6 Program Evaluation: Its Role and Contribution to Evidence-Based Practice
      6. 7 Case Management
      7. 8 Advocacy
      8. 9 Crisis Intervention
      9. 10 Termination, Stabilization, and Continuity of Care
    6. II Assessment and Intervention with Specific Populations
      1. 11 Assessment of Children
      2. 12 Intervention with Children
      3. 13 Assessment of Adolescents
      4. 14 Intervention with Adolescents
      5. 15 Assessment of Adults
      6. 16 Intervention with Adults
      7. 17 Assessment of the Elderly
      8. 18 Intervention with the Elderly
      9. 19 Assessment of Families
      10. 20 Intervention with Families
      11. 21 Assessment of Groups
      12. 22 Group Work: A Critical Addition to the Social Work Repertoire
      13. 23 Assessment of Communities
      14. 24 Intervention with Communities
      15. 25 Assessment of Organizations
      16. 26 Intervention with Organizations
      17. 27 Assessment of Institutions
      18. 28 Intervention with Institutions
  4. Volume 4 The Profession of Social Work
    1. Acknowledgments
    2. Preface
    3. Contributors
    4. I Policy and Justice: A Global Imperative
    5. II The Context of Policy: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
    6. III Policy to Practice and Practice to Policy
    7. IV Policy Formulation and Possibilities
    8. I Policy and Justice: A Global Imperative
      1. 1 The Human Security Paradigm: Peace with Justice and Equality?
      2. 2 Social Policy from a Global Perspective
      3. 3 Social Justice for Marginalized and Disadvantaged Groups: Issues and Challenges for Social Policies in Asia
    9. II The Context of Policy: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
      1. 4 Reconceptualizing the Evolution of the American Welfare State
      2. 5 Not by the Numbers Alone: The Effects of Economic and Demographic Changes on Social Policy
      3. 6 The U.S. Patriot Act: Implications for the Social Work Profession
      4. 7 Social Welfare Policy as a Form of Social Justice
    10. III Policy to Practice and Practice to Policy
      1. 8 Policy Practice
      2. 9 New Federalism, New Freedom, and States' Rights: The Uncertain and Fragmented Direction of Public Mental Health Policy in the United States
      3. 10 Aging in the United States: Challenges to Social Policy and Policy Practice
      4. 11 Explanatory Legitimacy: A Model for Disability Policy Development and Analysis
      5. 12 Health-Care Policy: Should Change Be Small or Large?
      6. 13 Social Determinants of Health: Twenty-First-Century Social Work Priorities
      7. 14 Urban Housing Policy and Practice in the Developing World
      8. 15 Child Welfare Policy
      9. 16 Public Funding of Sectarian Organizations for the Provision of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care: Discriminatory Issues for Gay Males
    11. IV Policy Formulation and Possibilities
      1. 17 Social Welfare Policy and Politics
      2. 18 Social Welfare and Economics: Redefining the Welfare State in a Global Economy
      3. 19 Digital Technology and Social Policy: Social Justice in a World of Anywhere Access?
      4. 20 Welfare Reform: The Need for Social Empathy

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