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Gender Issues in Society

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Gender Issues in Society (2) (SS-1009L) Group Presentation (50%) 1) Choose a topic for presentation (in groups of three), lasting 12-15 minutes . 2) Attendance at ALL the presentations over ALL weeks is compulsory unless accompanied by a medical certificate. 3) You will all be given one acetate for use on an overhead projector at the presentation. 4) The material on the Acetate should include:- a) Title b) Area of Presentation c) Bullet points you wish to make d) Questions for the whole group to consider e) Other material you wish to include. Marking Criteria * 15% Introduction and explanation of topic in hand * 25% Presentation of material in terms of clarity, understanding and critical commentary. * 10% Questions and conclusions. Please look at the criteria carefully and construct your presentation accordingly. SS-1009L (2) (group presentation) Introduction to Social Policy II (SS-1017M) 1,500-2,000 word essay Choose one of the following 1. ...read more.

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3,000 word Portfolio consisting of the following, to be submitted in semester two (see below for date) For Social Work students only: 1. 2,000 word essay: What is a social work assessment, plan and evaluation? Illustrate your answer with reference to classroom-based assessments undertaken in the module. and 2. 1,000 word essay: Analyse your preparation for first placement practice. Your answer must include justification regarding your 'fitness to practice'. For non Social Work students only: 1. 2,000 word essay: What is a social work assessment, plan and evaluation? Illustrate your answer with reference to classroom-based assessments undertaken in the module. and either 2a. 1,000 word essay: Discuss the dilemmas involved in implementing anti-oppressive/anti-discriminatory practice with young offenders. or 2b. 1,000 word essay: Analyse your preparation for first placement practice. Your answer must include justification regarding your 'fitness to practice'. Further essay guidance regarding questions will be provided. Race and Ethnicity (SS-1006M) ...read more.

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2. To what extent are the social worker's own feelings admissible in work with client loss? 3. Is social work a profession? Discuss with relation to ethics. 4. How far are 'use of self' and 'genuineness' compatible? 5. Comment on the medical and social models of welfare and identify potential dilemmas for health and social care professionals. 6. Examine stigma in relation to one aspect of social identity. Provide some explanation as to why this occurs and ways that this may be tackled. 7. Case Study Robin is a young adult who has learning disabilities and has always lived with his parents. He has started a relationship with someone he has met at college. He tells his parents that they want to live together. His parents express their concerns that he will not be able to manage and about his vulnerability and possible exploitation within this relationship. Robin asks you, as the social worker, to facilitate his move. What are the issues and key values that need to be considered for you to act as an advocate for Robin? Submission date: Monday 23rd May by 3pm to E51 Richmond ...read more.

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