Instructor's Manual to Accompany "Community Practice: Theories and Skills for Social Workers"
This manual is intended to help instructors to make the text a more effective tool for teaching social work skills and theories in community practice. It includes suggested assignments to further build students' interest in and understanding of the material in the text. This book is intended for professors on courses in which Community Practice is being used as a text.
- Paperback | 96 pages
- 150 x 230mm | 189g
- 29 Apr 1999
- Oxford University Press Inc
- New York, United States
Table of contents
1: Introduction; 2: Theories for Community Practice by Direct Service Practitioners; 3: The Nature of Social and Community Problems; 4: The Concept of Community in Social Work Practice; 5: Discovering and Documenting the Life of the Community; 6: Using Assessment in Community Practice; 7: Using Self in Community Practice: Assertiveness; 8: Using Your Agency; 9: Using Work Groups: Committees, Teams, and Boards; 10: Using Networks and Networking; 11: Using Socal Marketing; 12: Using the Advocacy Spectrum; 13: Case Management as Community and Interorganizational Practice; 14: "Being There" in Our Practice