The all-encompassing question that arose for me was, what do we do with this information and how do we implement change?
Depth in your response when dis/agreeing or acknowledging each post below. Depth in response, providing new information, AND analyzing post below in a way that extends meaningful discussions by integrating multiple posts, and offering alternative perspectives. post 1: 1a. Coming from a working middle class area I would say that most of what I have […]
what larger social changes in the institution of the family in later life do you see reflected in the history of your family?
Family relationships are among the most enduring that people experience during increasingly long lives. Our roles as sons and daughters, wives and husbands, parents, siblings, and grandparents (and beyond) link many of us to a strong network of others with whom we share history, tradition, and responsibilities. For your initial post in this discussion, reflect […]
Describe how the experience affected you or the person you know. Then explain how you as a social worker might support younger clients facing adultism or elderly clients facing ageism as they work toward the goals they have set for themselves.
Assignment: Journal Entry – Adultism–Personal Experience and Professional Role Consider these scenarios: You are a social worker and just started working at a local mental health agency. Your client is several years older and he or she asks you how old you are. In a meeting with a much younger client, the teenage girl looks […]
Which is the in-group, and what are the unifying values or the ascribed status that provides its solidarity? Explain in around 300 words.
Assignment 2: Oratorical Leaders and the Magic of Stereotypes No one gets through life alone. To some extent, we are all products of our environments. We learn from our families, schools, and cultures. Every person has to face severe challenges and conquer obstacles. How we face our challenges depends on how we are shaped by […]