5 edition of Evaluating Social Problems (Quantitative studies in social relations) found in the catalog.
March 1973 by Academic Press Inc.,U.S. .
Written in English
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From the Back Cover. Budding with new insight, this top-selling, proactive book probes the nature and causes of each major social problem confronting citizens today, and, with historical and multicultural sensitivity, delves into the social control and social action issues inherent to each particular : $ In Social Problem Solving: Theory, Research, and Training, readers will find a nice balance of theory and research in social problem solving and well as practical methods and training approaches.
Because of the widespread relevance of social problem solving, this book is not only for researchers and mental health practitioners, but also for Reviews: 1. Welcome to a new way of Investigating Social Problems.
In this groundbreaking new text, general editor A. Javier Treviño, working with a panel of experts, thoroughly examines all aspects of social. Abstract. The mid-nineteenth-century novels which we now call ‘social-problem’ or ‘industrial’ novels — principally Hard Times, Mary Barton, North and South, Alton Locke, Sybil and Felix Holt — were not described and identified as a group by their nineteenth-century readers or critics.
In fact the label has a relatively recent origin for it dates only from the s. 1 The forty Author: Josephine M. Guy. More recently, interventions that focus specifically on social problem solving have recently been developed.
Arranged in three parts (evidence, evaluation and evolution and exploration), this book draws together aetiological and therapeutic research evidence and practice over the last twenty years in social problem-solving with offenders. Budding with new insight, this top-selling, proactive book probes the nature and causes of each major social problem confronting citizens today, and, with historical and multicultural sensitivity, delves into the social control and social action issues inherent to each particular problem.
Social problems such as unemployment, poverty and drug addiction are a fact of life in industrialised societies. This book examines the sociology of social problems from interesting and challenging perspectives.
It analyses how social problems emerge and are defined as such, who takes responsibility for them, who is threatened by them and how Author: Adam Jamrozik, Luisa Nocella.
A PARTICIPATORY MODEL FOR EVALUATING SOCIAL PROGRAMS THE JAMES IRVINE FOUNDATION written by Yeheskel ‘Zeke’ Hasenfeld Katherine Hill Dale Weaver “There is little dispute that social programs should be evaluated.
There is less agreement about how to evaluate them.”. Social Problems: Continuity and Change is a well written, organized, and comprehensive textbook presentation of social issues and transformation. The author skillfully provides multiple perspectives on a wide range of issues, typically controversial in nature, thus promoting cultural sensitivity and relevance while avoiding bias/5(29).
This book is written from a progressive point of view and looks at social problems in a way not often present in the popular media.
It includes many thought provoking topics and questions that lead to healthy discussion, espcially among those who are /5(6). Evaluation of Social Problem Solving in Schizophrenia Alan S. Bellack, Margaret Sayers, Kim T.
Mueser, and Melanie Bennett We examined social problem solving in schizophrenia. Twenty-seven schizophrenic patients in an acute hospital, 19 patients with bipolar disease, and 17 demographically matched nonpatient con. Amazon. Citizen, $13, Amazon "Citizen" is a book that deftly weaves lyric poetry and criticism to eloquently portray the challenges of racial disparity in American : Rebecca Schuh.
A social problem is any condition or behavior that has negative consequences for large numbers of people and that is generally recognized as a condition or behavior that needs to be addressed. This definition has both an objective component and a subjective component.
The objective component is this: For any condition or behavior to be considered a social problem, it must. The Unthinkable Glassman causes Social Town citizens to have big reactions to little problems.
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This book will introduce a broad range of evaluation approaches and practices, reflect-ing the richness of the field.
An important, but not exclusive, theme of this textbook is evaluating the effectiveness of programs and policies, that is, constructing ways of provid -File Size: KB. Examples of disorders that we evaluate in this category include social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, agoraphobia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
This category does not include the mental disorders that we evaluate under trauma- and stressor-related disorders. Gangs are a social problem because of the violence they cause in communities and because of the long-term deleterious effects that membership has on individuals who belong to gangs.
There are no consensus definitions for gangs, gang members, and gang crimes, though the strengths and challenges of popular definitions are discussed in this chapter. In this chapter we describe the social problem-solving model that has generated most of the research and training programs presented in the remaining chapters of this volume.
Get this from a library. The study of social problems: seven perspectives. [Earl Rubington; Martin S Weinberg;] -- "Now in its seventh edition, The Study of Social Problems uses seven sociological perspectives - social pathology, social disorganization, value conflict, deviant behavior, labeling, the critical.
An Introduction to Social Problems, Social Welfare Organizations, and the Profession of Social Work N o one we know starts out life wanting to be a substance abuser or to be poor. Most of us want to be lucky, cool, rich, and successful.
Some of us are, fortunately, but many of us aren’ Size: 2MB. social problems are differently conceived across societies, through history, and across lines such as race, class, and religion within societies at one particular time. examines the history, dynamics, and structural persistence of social problems.
This course will help students develop an understanding of how social problems are defined; when/where/how and why interventions are developed for the purpose of social change; and provide some tools for evaluating the efficacy of those interventions. Mark A. Mattaini, DSW, ACSW, is associate professor, Columbia University School of Social Work; chair, Walden Fellowship, Inc.; and director, Musher Seminar Series on Science and Human Behavior.
He has authored or edited five books and numerous articles and chapters dealing with applications of the science of behavior to serious social problems including Pages: Evaluation and Social Work Practice.
offers a comprehensive treatment of the central issues confronting evaluation in social work that links theory and method to practical applications.
Evaluation is an integral part of social work and social care provision, for both practice and service delivery. This course explores significant social problems in contemporary society, examines the process of how these social problems arise in society, and considers possible solutions.
As an introduction to this topic, the course will focus on understanding how and why social problems develop and the controversies that accompany Size: KB. Monitoring and evaluating social programs in developing countries: a handbook for policymakers, managers, and researchers (English) Abstract In recent years there has been a growing concern about the impact of development assistance, especially about the sustainability of social development programs, their effects on vulnerable groups such as the poor and Cited by: Arrived on time for my Soc class.
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Now in its seventh edition, The Study of Social Problems uses seven sociological perspectives--social pathology, social disorganization, value conflict, deviant behavior, labeling, the critical perspective, and social constructionism--to examine social problems.
Focusing on theory, this critically acclaimed anthology distinguishes itself from other texts, which are organized topically. MSW Clinical Research Paper Presented to the Faculty of the Evaluation of social work practice is a fundamental aspect of providing social care and delivering services to society members.
As standards of social work practice and the increased emotional, social and environmental issues affecting their lives. Furthermore, social workers. a number of perspectives, skills, and methods that have been developed in the social-scientific study of social problems.
By the end of this course, therefore, you should be able to: demonstrate a working knowledge of prominent sociological approaches explain and critically evaluate studies on a number of pressing social problemsFile Size: KB. 1 Sociology and the Study of Social Problems 1 I f I asked everyone in your class what they believe is the most important social problem facing the United States, there would be many different answers.
extent of the problem, implications for social welfare policy and services, and the relationship to social work. Include the article (or a copy) with the paper. (b) Book Critique Analyze the social welfare policy issues presented in a current book which presents the impact of social welfare policies and programs on people’s day-to-day lives.
Social problems arise from fundamental faults in the structure of a society and both reflect and reinforce inequalities based on social class, race, gender, and other dimensions. Successful solutions to social problems must involve far-reaching change in the structure of society.
This book explores the nature and extent of social problems, documents the advances and setbacks that we as a society have made, and analyzes what works and what doesn't work regarding solutions to todays : $ If, as some feel, a great many fads, trends, and problems originate in California, to later surface in other parts of the U.S., then this book will be of great use in helping readers to think critically about social phenomena in California that will likely.
Author James Crone maintains a sense of sociological objectivity throughout and helps students realize that we can take steps to solve such key social problems as poverty, racial and ethnic inequality, unequal education, and environmental issues.
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Evaluating Social Work Effectiveness Reviewed by Lorraine Waterhouse, Senior Lecturer Edinburgh Centre for Social Welfare and Research, University of EdinburghAuthor: Lorraine Waterhouse. In this case study, earlier research and social science theory on relevant issues (such as collective action, social capital and women’s empowerment) was used to support findings, and drawing comparisons in order to explain the reasons why unintended effects occur (Donaldson & Lipsey, ; Yin, ).Cited by: 3.
Cognitive Social Learning. Cognitive social-learning theory (e.g., Bandura, ) proposes that reinforcements are not the sole determinants of behavior, but that behavior changes with observations of ing to cognitive social-learning theory, the most important prerequisite for behavior change is a person's sense of self-efficacy or the conviction.
A basic characteristic of policy evaluation is that changes generally take place throughout the policy process: the object of evaluation is a moving target. Some of these changes will affect the evaluation and some may cause problems to the evaluator.
This is often the case in real-time evaluation, and because real-time.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: Social Problems.The Functionalist View. As discussed in Chapter 1 “Understanding Social Problems”, functionalist theory assumes that society’s structures and processes exist because they serve important functions for society’s stability and line with this view, functionalist theorists in sociology assume that stratification exists because it also serves important functions for .