Diversity Essay Diversity is multifaceted as it includes race, ethnicity, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender, and disability. To work with broad arrays of diversity, it is imperative for social workers to undergo training on cultural competence to learn on how to eradicate barriers that they prevent the provision of care among the different group. The
Appraisal of Proposals In recent years, New York City has had to deal with a lack of housing given the increase in the homeless population. According to the 2017 report by the Coalition for the Homeless, more than 62,000 people currently sleep under the street shelters. This implies that there has been a 79 percent
Child Collectors World Child is a non-profit adoption agency based in London. The organization is Hague accredited and helps with international adoptions. The Duncan family is a family of 10, eight siblings and two parents Bruce and Marilyn Duncan. All the eight children under Duncan’s care were adopted and seven out of the eight are
The Critical and Feminist Perspectives The novel Across A Hundred Mountains by Reyna Grande gives a story of how a character, Juana, grew up from adolescence to adulthood facing numerous problems in the process. Juana’s life and encounters connect to the critical and feminist perspectives. Juana’s adolescence, in particular, was challenging mainly because of the
Social Problems A social problem refers to an issue or a condition that negatively affects a large group of people in a society and needs to be addressed accordingly. There are numerous examples of social issues such as poverty, mental illness, being orphaned, and disability that has an initial impact on the individual. This is
Rebellion in Adolescents The rebellious nature of adolescents shows in different ways. For instance, rebellious adolescents are often involved in fast driving, violent arguments, shoplifting, and flouting of rules. Rebellion is a risky behavior demonstrated by the youth which the parents have to contend with on a daily basis. Rebellious adolescents mention the need for
Social Work Practice Contrasting Problem-Solving and Strengths-Based Approach The strengths-based approach has changed social work theory and practice. The approach mainly focuses on an individual’s self-determination and strength. Tong (2001) argues that the strengths-based approach sees clients as resourceful and resilient when they are in adverse conditions. Thus, the approach helps them to build on
Case Analysis and Strategies of Intervention Plan Part 1: Case Analysis War Trauma Trauma is a psychological response to disturbing and distressing events that stress and overwhelm the human ability to cope with different emotions and situations. Trauma causes damage to the normal operation of the human mind as it reduces the consciousness and sensitivity
Social Work and Human Services             Human and social service is a diverse discipline and it is critical in society. The profession is an avenue for improving peoples’ lives. Consequently, anyone working in this field must figure out how humans think and apply relevant skills to promote positive habits among people and organizations. While social
Theories Reflection- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Theory There are several theories or approaches important in social work practice. Some of these approaches include crisis and task-centered practice, cognitive-behavioral practice, humanistic practice, empowerment and advocacy, systems and ecological practice, anti-oppressive and multicultural sensitivity approaches to practice, as well as strengths, narrative, and solution practice. The theory or
Commentaries Implementing Victim’s Rights Commentary Beatty and Gregorie, in this article, develop a compelling argument on why corrections professionals should be tasked with the role of implementing victims’ rights despite the heavy burden of ensuring that perpetrators are punished that they already have.  I agree with the authors that the victims’ rights should be considered
Conflict Theory vs. Feminist Theory Inequality does not exist in a vacuum in the modern world; particularly, in an era that globalization has increased diversity. The differences between races, genders, ethnicities and biological and environmental backgrounds have been on display in society for centuries, with more societies exhibiting higher inequalities than others. While the number
Christchurch Mosque Shootings Christchurch mosque shootings in Venezuela took place on March 15, 2019, where 50 people were killed and over 50 others were injured. The shootings were carried out by a 28-year-old man Brenton Tarrant. Brenton arrived at Christchurch mosque in the afternoon and started shooting indiscriminately at the worshippers inside the mosque. After
Modern Social Welfare in a Global Context Canada is one of the nations in the world that provides social welfare to individuals in the community who are unable to cater to their daily needs. Social welfare is offered to the elderly, disabled, and unemployed people in the community in a bid to help them access
Basic Facilitation Skills Creating a comfortable environment and fostering a good working relationship are critical for any counseling session. For that matter, building rapport, setting the therapeutic environment and managing group dynamics are the essential facilitation skills that counselors utilize to establish an appropriate working relationship. Building a rapport is important because it helps a
Case Study: Effects of Trauma on Families The Underlying Issues and What Model Would Work Best Trauma is a frightening event that threatens the normal functioning of a family. In this case, three people have lost a family member and the incident has traumatized them. all the siblings tell their struggles with coming to terms
Food Addict Anonymous Food addict anonymous is a group for individuals who struggle with food addiction and it was founded by Judith C. in 1987 at West Palm Beach, Florida. The group has attained popularity especially with the increase of obesity rates in the United States and as over 200 groups are operating weekly across
Final Project: Writing the Grant Need Statement, Goals, and Objectives Need Statement Global Warming is a pertinent problem in the contemporary world with far-reaching consequences. Ranging from the ever-rising sea levels increasing the threat of catastrophic flooding to the changing weather and climate patterns threatening global food reduction, global warming poses an unprecedented humanitarian problem.
Childhood Trauma and Brain Development Question 1 In their seminal work The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog, Bruce Perry and Maia Szalavitz examine the impact of trauma on brain development among children. The authors provide examples of several child trauma cases that they encountered to explain how trauma impacts cognitive development and how
Personal Awareness & Preparedness for Social Work Practice Part 1: Own Professional Lens Past Beliefs. People hold different beliefs towards every profession and social work is not an exception. Although the beliefs might vary across different communities, they have significant impacts on social workers and their practice as well (Sousa & Eusébio, 2007). For instance,
Training and Summary Online Training: https://bhs.unc.edu/node/248 Write 5 things you learned from the training The training was about children and adolescents affected by traumatic brain injury. It involves a detailed presentation and a post-test. The five concepts I learned from this training include; the similarities between the Local Management Entity (LME) and the Managed Care
Transformation of Aboriginal Family Life in Canada The Aboriginal people were the original inhabitants of Canada way before their colonization by the French and British in the 16th century. Aboriginal communities in Canada, such as the Inuit and Metis, had cohesive systems of governance, language, culture, and family structures that regulated their interactions and relations.
Conflict Resolution 1. What causes conflicts? Based on the materials and discussions what makes some conflicts more difficult to resolve (protracted) than others? Conflict is part of the intrinsic human nature and a salient feature of human society. The certainty of competing goals, aims, objectives, needs, and wants of people within a society ignite and
Locating an Empirical Research Article A study on the “challenges of achieving sustainable community health services for community case management of malaria” by Boakye et al (2018) is given an in-depth view. The authors of the article examined Community Case Management of malaria (CCMm) using Community Health Workers (CHWs) as an approach that was geared
Appreciative Inquiry Analysis of the National Science Foundation The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent public institution charged with funding and promoting scientific research in the United States. NSF plays a fundamental role in the development of scientific research and innovation in the U.S. and is, therefore, heavily funded by the American federal government.
Theory Identification and Analysis Human behavior is complex and to gain insight into this aspect, social workers often utilize various theoretical frameworks. Social workers also utilize theoretical frameworks to create positive outcomes for their customers. Therefore, having an understanding of human social behavior is essential in social work practice as it allows social workers to
Productivity Management Challenges in Human Services Organizations One of the common challenges in the service industry is productivity management. Unlike in industries dealing directly with products, measuring or even improving productivity in the service industry, specifically human services, can be challenging due to several factors and the industry’s characteristics. Some of the common features of
Relationship Between Purpose of Study and Data Analysis Techniques Research typically involves variables, conditions, and groups of participants to determine the relationship between variables or groups. Descriptive statistics describe the characteristics of the data in a particular study (Weiss, 2015). Generally, there are four types of descriptive statistics: central tendency measurement, position measurement, variance measurement,
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy The importance of psychotherapy or counseling theories cannot be underestimated, especially when a social worker is addressing an issue that involves a client’s thoughts, emotions, and feelings. Counseling theories help social workers to navigate through the journey of a client from diagnosis to post-treatment. Numerous theories have been established, and they form
Integrating Theory into Professional Practice As psychotherapy is increasingly focusing on the relief of symptoms, therapists are largely relying on comprehensive theories of personality to guide their therapeutic practice. Notably, every personality theory integrated into therapeutic practice should be testable and have its validity established before a therapist uses it as a framework to guide
Homelessness in the United States Homelessness has become a major problem in the United States. The federal government has concentrated on addressing homelessness, which has adversely affected many individuals.  Homelessness refers to a condition wherein people lack a fixed, regular, and adequate housing structures. According to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development’s
The NASW Code of Ethics The professional practice of social work in America is regulated by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics. The NASW Code of Ethics enlists the values, principles, and ethical standards that professional social workers in the nation are required to oblige to in the course of their
Building Confidence in Your Child: Text Review Renowned author Dr. James Dobson in his book Building Confidence in Your Child provides parents and guardians with relevant skills on how to properly raise their kids. Based on an amalgamation of biblical teaching and scientific principles, Dr. Dobson’s masterpiece describes the importance of inculcating an unshakable sense of
The Strengths and Limitations of Five Different Spiritual Assessment Methods Article Summary This journal article was written by David Hodge, and published in the health and social work journal of 2005. According to the article, the author believes that one of the tools and resources that can be utilized in the treatment of patients, as
Women’s Equal Pay for Equal Work For various years, equal pay for equal work has been a topic of discussion and women have been fighting for it in everything they do. This paper will explore the possible causes of wage differences between men and women and several acts that have been implemented to deal with
An Observation of Adult Daycare Program The adult daycare program that I visited provided daytime care for adults in a group setting in society. The program was located at St Francis of Assisi parish. The program was for adults who returned to their residences and caregivers at the end of the day. In this program,
Effect of War on the Health and Life of Children The ongoing war between Israel and Palestine has brought about the continuous infringement of the rights of citizens. The rights of both the Palestinians and Israelites have been violated in many ways because of Israel occupying the Palestinian territory. In fact, the war has resulted
Abstract Values and attitudes are faces of admiration with which every person in the society regards an object; the admiration that everyone is concerned about. However, in search of a counselor, a person should look for one who is both professionally and expertly qualified as well as motivated by an authentic yearning to help others.
Abstract  This paper will address factors underlying the development of new counselors as they grow into professionals. As such, the aim of the paper is to reveal some of the fears and doubts that those wishing to become or are already training as counselors face. In essence, the discussion unveils ways in which Corey and
Social Worker Involvement A social worker requires to know about the history of the family dynamic life course that focuses on both unpredictable and predictable changes that can affect the behavior of the entire family across their life course.  The dynamic life course focuses on all major stages of development from conception to adulthood that
Negro Slave Family in the United States of America Howard University Professor E. Franklin Frazier’s book, Negro Slave Family in the United States of America, is regarded as the initial comprehensive review of the family life of the African Americans who thrived from the colonial-era slavery, along through the slavery period and its emancipation, to
Abstract This study will discuss how person-centered counseling can assist sexual minority adolescents in accommodating their sexual identity. Sexual minority adolescents are encountering stigmatization in their daily life while some of them are not capable of explaining why they are in that situation. A person-centered approach is fundamental in tackling the problem of sexual identity,
Social Work and Human Services NASW Code of Ethics             The NASW Code of Ethics starts by affirming that every one of us has an inherent right to access resources that we require in order to deal with day-to-day life problems as well as to fulfill our goals by maximizing our potential. The discipline of
Abstract Understanding the community helping process is an important step towards initiating change in the community to address various problems facing its population. This understanding is particularly important to individuals, groups, and organizations offering social and human services in the community, as it will enable them to possess essential competencies that can make the community-helping
Homelessness On average, more than 600,000 Americans spend their night out in the cold on a single night. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development reported in its 2012 Annual Homeless Assessment Report that 633,782 people were homeless during a single night count in January 2012 (p. 4). The majority (62%) of the homeless
African Culture Retention in the Caribbean Introduction The Caribbean culture is among the most diverse cultures of the world, composed of a blend of European colonialists, Africans, Indians, and the native indigenous tribes. Culture is among the least retained facets of human life. It is easily lost through hybridization and acculturation as people from different
Faith-Based Human Services Initiative: Consideration for Social work practices and Theory This article presents numerous challenges to professional social work. It explores ways that a theoretical integration of ecosystems and structuration perspectives may help social workers in navigating complex practical and ideological implications of changing policies of service delivery. It highlights diversity among faith-related providers
Task and Relationship Oriented Leadership in Marriott Hotels Leading is a dynamic process in a work environment, which according to Carter, et al (2013) can influence group members to commit themselves freely to the achievement of group tasks and goals. Goleman, Boyatzis, and McKee (2013: 6) define leadership style as the way a leader gives
Economics of Law, Policy, and Organization The standard employment relationship is the entire time employment contract in which the employer exercises direct supervision of the employees. Moreover, it is characterized by a standard working period and a conducive working environment. The employees are entitled to adequate social benefits such as intensive medical cover (McNett &
University of Southern Indiana Recreation, Fitness, and Wellness Facility The Asst. program Director Christine Vounston points out that the Southern Indiana recreation, fitness, and wellness club is a private place or a member firm. She claims that the firm offers a variety of facilities that are designed to maintain and improve physical health and fitness.
Impact of Culture, Values, and Underlying Beliefs on Human Services The mission and the services offered by human services organizations are usually influenced, either positively or negatively, by the values and beliefs of the organization (Grusenmeyer, 2012). The success of the organization will therefore highly depend on how good its values are. This essay will
Abused Individuals Introduction All forms of abuse occur in all areas of the world regardless of gender, income earned, ethnicity, and other prevailing factors. Abuse takes several forms such as emotional/ psychological, sexual, and physical. The frequency in which individuals are abused can vary from continuous to one time. Regardless of the frequency, abuse has
Group Dynamics Group Formation Group formation is influenced by personal, situational, and interpersonal processes. It is largely dependent on the members themselves, as some individuals are more likely to join groups than others do. Situational experiences can push individuals into groups, rather than separating them. Individuals can also discover mutual interaction with one another, an
Teenage driving Teenage driving is a common occurrence among many youths in developed countries and it has contributed to causing a significant number of deaths among teenagers. Various US states and many countries in Europe usually offer driving licenses to teens aged between fourteen and sixteen years, but these might be too young for cautious
Competencies Statement I am currently working at the International Red Cross and Red Crescent in Sri Lanka as a program manager/ education coordinator. This is a position I have reached after having worked here for a while and progressively risen in ranks. My role as the program manager includes supervising program assistants, volunteers, and direct-care
Clinical Interventions with the Elderly Introduction Human beings grow across various age groups. Each age group faces diverse social, economic, political, and health issues affecting their lives. Older persons belong to a population comprising of elder members of the society in global communities. At their advanced age, elder persons face various clinical and healthcare issues.
Teenage driving Teenage driving is a common occurrence among many youths in developed countries and it has contributed to causing a significant number of deaths among teenagers. Various US states and many countries in Europe usually offer driving licenses to teens aged between fourteen and sixteen years, but these might be too young for cautious
Social Work and Human Services Ethical Conflicts As a social worker, there are several ethical dilemmas one encounters when dealing with issues in the profession. These ethical dilemmas cause conflicts as they pose challenges to the agent while trying to help the client make a decision. A social worker may be faced with a situation
Competencies Statement I am currently working at the International Red Cross and Red Crescent in Sri Lanka as a program manager/ education coordinator. This is a position I have reached after having worked here for a while and progressively risen in ranks. My role as the program manager includes supervising program assistants, volunteers, and direct-care
Development of Plan for Client Group Introduction The purpose of the nonprofit organization called Catholic Charities is to provide immigrants to the United States with an opportunity to settle well in the country and get equal opportunities (Catholic Charities Archdiocese of San Antonio, 2014). This is made possible through community service that focuses on nourishing
Relation of Social Work to Living Assistance Organization Social work is a line of work that is concerned with giving assistance to persons, families, and society to improve their individual and collective welfare. Its objective is to help communities grow in terms of skills and ability to utilize the resources that they have possession of,
Sex Trafficking Introduction Trafficking refers to an illegal and unethical activity involving individuals, groups, and organizations as perpetrators affecting innocent and vulnerable victims mainly children and women in global societies. The perpetrators move vulnerable victims across borders and territories illegally. More so, they force them to provide labor through slavery while exploiting, harming, and abusing
Social work and human services are two interdependent disciplines that are mainly concerned about improving the quality of life and the welfare of individual persons, groups of people and the society. This may be achieved through policy interventions, direct community based practices, education, crisis intervention and community mobilization for the benefit of those facing negative
Contemporary Issues in Human Services Several contemporary issues pose challenges to professionals in the field of human services. Some of these issues are; drug abuse in society, unwanted pregnancies in teenage, poverty, terrorism, domestic violence, and eldercare. These issues are widely spread all over the globe. Different countries have devised different approaches to deal with
Introduction Drug treatment refers to solving healthcare issues associated with substance use, illegal drugs, alcoholism, and overdosing on prescription medicines. Drug treatment practices, therefore, comprise of programs aimed at treating drug users admitted within established programs. Federal, State, and local governments establish drug treatment programs to assist members of the public to recover social, economic,
Group Dynamics Group Formation Group formation is influenced by personal, situational, and interpersonal processes. It is largely dependent on the members themselves, as some individuals are more likely to join groups than others do. Situational experiences can push individuals into groups, rather than separate them. Individuals can also discover mutual interaction with one another, an
What is social work? Social work is a social sciences field that deals with integrating different people into the community especially the vulnerable in the community. The social work field assists vulnerable individuals by linking them to support services. Social work equips individuals with tools that they can use to cope with their everyday problems
Case Study on Cultural Competence Cultural competence refers to the integrative approach with which the cultures of other people are perceived. It includes the adaptation of their beliefs, norms, habits, customs and behaviors from a different background. To achieve this, it is important that some basis knowledge about the new culture is acquired (Carballo-Dieguez, 2011).
Social Phobia in Young Adulthood It is normal for one to shy away from something or somebody. One can experience sweaty palms, racing heart or fluttering stomach when doing something for the first time or in front of a huge crowd. Majority of people normally manage to overcome such nervy moments when they are determined.
Terrorist Cyber-attacks on National Institutions When it comes to cyber attacks, where the outcome can vary from destructive to annoying and disastrous, there are no conquerors. One of the greatest threats to our nation is not cybercrimes against people, but the cyber terrorist attacks on national institutions. Although cyber crimes against people have had overwhelming
Institutional Racism In 2005, Hurricane Katrina destroyed homes of the majorly black populated New Orleans. It was observed that government agencies did not respond urgently to the catastrophe. Racial sentiments were expressed, for example, by Kanye West, a popular hip-hop musician, who said that President Bush did not care about the black people (Henkel et
Project: Agency Visit As a student of social work, I visited and interacted with Mary Lewis, who is a social worker at Trilakes Behavioral Health Center, which is a non-profit social service agency. I had a face-to-face interview with her. She pursued her Licensed Bachelor’s Social Work in 2005, which took her four years in
Divorce Divorce can be among the most traumatic occurrences in an individual’s life. Even for the spouse who decides to quit, divorce is expected to bring an assortment of painful and complicated feelings, for instance, anguish, remorse, irritation, confusion, panic, humiliation, nervousness, and other extreme emotions. Individuals occasionally search for therapy to assist them settle on
Violence against Women According to Wathen & MacMillan (2003), violence against women is globally understood as a social problem with serious health implications for women. The health implications involve chronic health problems, acute physical injuries, psychological trauma, unwanted pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases, all of which affect the ability of a woman to take part fully
Should Religion be Allowed in Schools The social world comprises of a diversify set of people based on their cultural beliefs, attitude, norms and behaviors. This diversity arises due to the variation in the way people organize themselves in accordance to their values and perspectives. Religion refers to a systemized arrangement, which incorporates people’s beliefs
Activist Activity in Addressing Domestic Violence Domestic violence is largely perceived as violence perpetrated by men against women. This perception is mainly influenced by the gender identity and ideology, that is, how cultures or societies define masculinity and femininity (Kimmel, 2002, p. 1334). Therefore, addressing the problem of domestic violence requires a good understanding of
Social Problems that Affect Families of Divorce Introduction Living in a family of divorce is one of the most challenging experiences in the social spheres that a person may find him/herself in without due intensions. People who come together to form a family may differ greatly to such an extent of parting their ways in
Case Analysis Assessing the client Harper Stewart, a 24 years old single male of Caucasian origin, presented himself for treatment of PTSD and depression at Catholic Charities. The patient reported that he had been having trouble concentrating at his workplace because of repeated episodes of memory loss and confusion. The patient reported that he did
Violence against Women According to Wathen & MacMillan (2003), violence against women is globally understood as a social problem with serious health implications for women. The health implications involve chronic health problems, acute physical injuries, psychological trauma, unwanted pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases, all of which affect the ability of a woman to take part fully
Activist Activity in Addressing Domestic Violence Domestic violence is largely perceived as violence perpetrated by men against women. This perception is mainly influenced by the gender identity and ideology, that is, how cultures or societies define masculinity and femininity (Kimmel, 2002, p. 1334). Therefore, addressing the problem of domestic violence requires a good understanding of
Communication in Human Service Field  Transmittal Memo To: From: Date: Subject: Communication in Human Service Field This is the report regarding aspects of communication in the human services discipline.  It will include an interview that explains the deep insights on interpreting the factors influencing communication among the individuals.  The scope of the report details the
Blue Valentine Introduction             Blue Valentine is a romantic film that was created and managed by Derek Cianfrance in 2010. It features a married couple that shifts back and forth during the time of courtship, and ultimately resolves into marriage dissolution in later years. Reviewing this film can help us to understand what a healthy
How Families Should Work Healthy Family             My perspective of a healthy family is a family union where individuals show genuine commitment to one another, hence able to live in unity and loyal support for one another. I also understand a healthy family as a type of family that engages in frequent communication to allow
How Families Should Work Healthy Family             My perspective of a healthy family is a family union where individuals show genuine commitment to one another, hence able to live in unity and loyal support for one another. I also understand a healthy family as a type of family that engages in frequent communication to allow
Structural model& case Analyzing Structural Theoretical Model How it works The family is seen as the basic and the most important structure of a population. In this case, a family is thus charged with the responsibility of molding the behavior of people. The theory deals with the consistent behavior, emotions and boundaries that are maintained

Sample Essay Paper on Gender inequality

Gender inequality Gender inequality has been a major barricade to human development for centuries. Girls and women have been the main subjects facing the depressing impact of gender inequality. Though major strides have been made since the rise of feministic movements in United States to condemn gender inequality in the 19th century, sufficient level has
Stage Development Stage One: Stage 1: Basic Trust versus Basic Mistrust 1. How can a parent establish basic trust with their infant? Children mainly rely and trust the parents especially the mother to protect them. They develop trust parents will attend to their basic needs. Thus, parents can establish basic trust with their infants on

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Social Group In the current era, youths and young population are the people that fall in temptations of drug and substance use and other social crimes. The youths are strong people who are supposed to steer the growth of economy of any country. In contrary, the youths are the one suffering from unemployment and opt
Stage Development Stage One: Stage 1: Basic Trust versus Basic Mistrust How can a parent establish basic trust with their infant? Children mainly rely and trust the parents especially the mother to protect them. They develop trust parents will attend to their basic needs. Thus, parents can establish basic trust with their infants on various ways.

Sample Essay Paper on Social Group

Social Group In the current era, youths and young population are the people that fall in temptations of drug and substance use and other social crimes. The youths are strong people who are supposed to steer the growth of economy of any country. In contrary, the youths are the one suffering from unemployment and opt
Case Analyzing- Strategic Family Theory The essentials of family therapy Therapy is the careful treatment and handling of patients when they visit healthcare centers. It would be very important to note that families or couples often have their favorite therapists who help in treating their chronic or abrupt illnesses (Gehart, 2014). It would be worth

Sample Essay Paper on Human Development

Human Development Erickson provides the stages people go through as they are aged. The first stage is infancy that takes place from birth to the age of 18 months, where the children will tend to use it to develop trust in those that take care of them. The second stage is the early childhood, takes
Teen pregnancy Introduction Teen pregnancies are intricate concerns that have drawn a great deal of attention from service providers, teachers, strategy makers, and counselors in the modern times (Klein, 2005). Encounters and studies evidently show that teen pregnancy is related to the diversity of aspects, it is not just a challenge of teenagers with unprotected
Ethical Issues and Critical Reflexivity: A Critic The essay, ‘Ethical Issues and Critical Reflexivity’, is an impressive report to the Royal Commission regarding the status of the Child Protection system in South Australia from the point of view of a single mothers’ group. The paper is authored as an informative essay, on behalf of the
  Equality and Social Equity Social equity is rooted in the idea that each person is equal and has inalienable rights. Every human being is entitled to a life where his or her fundamental needs are met in the society and thus the concepts of social equity and equality seek to ensure fair and equitable
Spanking vs. Other Forms of Punishment Punishments are usually warranted if they can contribute to deterrence of wrongdoing. If the benefits of punishment offset its costs, then the form of punishment is acceptable. Punishment through spanking has been greatly scrutinized for being ineffective in inculcating discipline in children. Numerous studies have concluded that spanking and
Social Work Identify and examine the benefits of bilingual education and the major obstacles to its implementation Bilingual Education is a learning style that involves teaching the same lesson in two different languages. This occurs mostly in situations where the learners are from different cultures, making it challenging to deliver lessons in a single language.
Social Work and Human Services Case Study Conduct Home Visits, Under Supervision but Case Manager Conduct (2) Home Visits Before conducting a home visit, the documentation required includes that on family history and background, relationships and marital status, medical history, alcohol and substance abuse, parenting experience family life, child care, financial capacity, and employment and
Quantitative Research Designs Quantitative research design represents an objective, official, and efficient process of obtaining proven information about the world. It commonly focuses on statistics, numbers, and the relationship between the events (Balnaves, & Caputi, 2011). The two types of quantitative research designs are; Descriptive Research Causal-comparative/quasi-experimental research Descriptive Research The descriptive research design seeks
Are older people more heterogeneous that young people? Over the years, the debate on the difference between younger and older generations has taken significance in the social sphere. Scholars propose that the psychological, emotional, and behavioral characteristics of a young adult are practically different from that of an older adult (Coleman 258). While this may
How Advertising Appeals to Emotions Political Advertising The political advert under analysis is “The Choice” byPresident Barack Obama. In this advert, the President appeals to American voters to vote for him instead of Governor Mitt Romney. The advert is set in a serene environment with background music that fits it well. The President focuses on
How Do Different Societies Manage Social Conflict Without Violence? Search Strategy The articles used in this review were searched by entering keywords into Google search and pressing the search button to see the articles that could be generated by the search engine. The key words used were “scholarly articles on how different societies manage social
Poverty and Child Maltreatment Child maltreatment is a global issue that poses severe life-long consequences. Current statistics on child maltreatment reveals that at least one in every four adults in the world has been mistreated. Child maltreatment and neglect are very sensitive issues that need to be addressed because they cause problems to children during
Abstract Negative parenting is one of the factors that contribute immensely in terms of negative impacts in children, which continue to their adulthood. The purpose of the present study is to determine the causes and impacts of negative parenting and to determine ways that can be used to resolve the problems of negative parenting. Causes

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Women Rights These entitlements are claimed for a woman or girl for many societies all over the world. In most cases, they are supported by custom, law or behavior, depending on which level they are claimed. The issues that are usually claimed under women rights include the right to hold public office, to be free
Research on Health Disparities Introduction Health disparities provide an avenue for medical professionals to assess the diseases afflicting people based on different factors, such as demographics. In this case, it presents an intricate avenue to assess health issues prevalent amongst different people in various regions. Research Questions Therefore, how are changes in demographics responsible for
Humanitarian Service Humanitarian service by definition is aid and action meant to save lives and eliminate suffering, while at the same time maintaining and protecting human dignity. Rotary International has been on the forefront in providing humanitarian service and assistance over its 110 years of existence. Made of individual Rotary Clubs, the organization comprises of
Social Work and Human Services Admission Essay While many may not perceive the importance of social workers, it came to my realization that social workers are very important people in our society. This career is not only an interest but also a passion, which is driven by the need to solve social and human issues.
Abstract Homelessness is one of the social problems that are encountered today. Contrary to what would be thought, the problem is not exclusive to developing countries, it is also found in the developed economies, such as the United States. However, the plight of people who experience homelessness is more important than the country in which
The Drug-Free Society of Pennsylvania University 112 Shields Building University Park, PA 16802 Date June 3rd, 2015 The Charity Aid Board, ABC charity Trust, 234 Broad Street. State College, PA 16801.   Dear Committee Members,   Re: Project Funding Proposal   We are humbled to submit our proposal, seeking financial aid in our upcoming project.
Evaluation of Human Services program Description of the practice setting Developmental disabilities services program under the State of California Department of Developmental Services is the human services program selected for evaluation. The services provided under this program target residents of California with developmental abilities such as include cerebral palsy, epilepsy and intellectual disability (State of
Change Process The study of change has proved that people undergo a series of transformations while modifying their behaviors. While there is no specific time that an individual should take in one stage, certain principles have to be followed in order to proceed to the next stage. Psychologists and counselors have utilized motivational interviewing to
Compare/Contrast the Major Classes of Psychoactive Drugs One of the most commonly abused drug categories is psychoactive drugs. These drugs include different categories, such as depressants, opioids, and amphetamines, all of which have an adverse effect on the brain. In essence, psychoactive drugs are primarily substances that when taken, change the consciousness, moods and thoughts
Corruption and Culture “The Contemporary Jewish Studies of Marshall Sklare” (Lavender 1977). In this article, the dependent variable are the Jewish values that have changed and adapted to the American values. The intervening variable is assimilation or pluralism that helps explain the relationship between Jewish and American values. Intermarriage between the American Jews and non-Jews
Proverbs across the Globe Proverbs are powerful tools that are necessary for molding their life experiences, as well as that of their clients. Knowledge of proverbs is essential in shaping individuals’ worldviews, and can assist students to acquire life skills necessary for understand the concepts of culture by comparing different customs with their own. Different
Multicultural Counseling (MCT) Multicultural counseling refers to counseling clients while the counselor takes into consideration different cultural beliefs and backgrounds which are prone to cause effects either positive or adverse during counseling session. Multicultural counseling has developed to cater for the growing and diverse society with dissimilar cultural beliefs and practices. It will be unrealistic
Biopsychosocial Assessment Introduction The paper discusses Will, a 20-year old Boston laborer, who was facing problems after a physical assault during his childhood. The case study will analyze the biopsychosocial factors, which led to Will’s case. Will is a patient who would be preferred to the home care program to enhance his full recovery from
Child Welfare and the Family Systems Theory Background Racial discrepancy represents a crucial difficulty that the child welfare system is encountering. Though studies establish that there are no dissimilarities in the occurrences of child mistreatment and neglect in accordance with racial group, the people of color have a higher likelihood when judged against the white
Bowenian Family Counseling Approach Introduction Over the past few decades, several approaches have been developed for family counseling, the most notable ones being psychoanalytic, structural, Bowenian, and experiential approaches. According to Kwak (2003), these theories and approaches are developed to nurture change and development of couples and family in intimate relations. They emphasize on enhancing
Responses to the Classroom Behavior of young Black women Introduction Gender and racism is the creation of the society (Dabhoiwala, 16). Among the most affected groups are the black women who are negatively perceived from an early age. Young African American women are punished from an early age. I feel black women are disproportionately represented
Responses to the Classroom Behavior of young Black women Introduction Gender and racism is the creation of the society (Dabhoiwala, 16). Among the most affected groups are the black women who are negatively perceived from an early age. Young African American women are punished from an early age. I feel black women are disproportionately represented
Critical Race Theory, Conflict Theory, and NASW Ethical Principle Essay 1: Critical Race Theory and Conflict Theory Being a white is considered a privilege in the American society, as people of color believe that white people oppress them to attain such privilege. Numerous theorists on racism purported that racism has become a dominant culture in
‘Precious’ Case Conceptualization Introduction In the movie, Clarice Precious Jones, identified by the name Precious, faces myriads of problems. To begin with, she is obese, a condition that makes her classmates ridicule and make fun of her. At one time, when her teacher asked the students to write letters on the board, Precious wrote the
Effect of Alcohol Use to African-American Parents Research Topic This research deals with the use of alcohol amongst the youths and effects to the parents especially the African American residing in public houses. Alcohol consumption amongst people below the age of thirty years has increased tremendously. The risky behavior has negative effects on the individual
Social Workers and Homelessness Abstract Social work plays an integral role, in making lives of the homeless better. They are always a core player in integrating them to society, make them feel love, accommodated, and above all enjoy the humane environment which otherwise wouldn’t have been subjected to as a result of their situation; homelessness. 
Understanding the Human Being The article Understanding Human Being  by Harry Yeatts articulates some characteristics that define how human beings exist. This essay provides a summary of this article delineating some of the most significant issues highlighted in this article. To begin with, Yeatts indicates that every living thing have their distinct way of surviving

Drug and Alcohol Counselor

Abstract Drug and alcohol abuse counseling is one of the most demanding areas of counseling. Its demand is, perhaps, the reason why most generic counselors give it a wide berth owing to uncertainty of what it entails. Drug and alcohol counselors have duties and responsibilities that form part of their core functions as counselors. The
Smoking Cessation Intervention Background My name is ___. I am a 28-year-old graduate student of Russian-Jewish descent. I am the only participant in the single subject design project. I am a full-time student and also a full time administrative assistant. As such, I am often under pressure both at work and at school due to
Abstract The phrase, “separation of church and state” is a renown version of the Creation Section of the First Amendment. Nonetheless, the slogan does not appear in any original American documents, despite being applied in several opinions by the United States Supreme Court. Generally, the role of religion in American public life is among the