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The Resource Children and Families in the Social Environment : Modern Applications of Social Work

Children and Families in the Social Environment : Modern Applications of Social Work

Label
Children and Families in the Social Environment : Modern Applications of Social Work
Title
Children and Families in the Social Environment
Title remainder
Modern Applications of Social Work
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
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Garbarino, James
Dewey number
305.23
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Modern Applications of Social Work
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Children
  • Child development
  • Families
  • Human ecology
  • Child welfare
  • Social policy
Label
Children and Families in the Social Environment : Modern Applications of Social Work
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Is Our Society Antifamily?
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 337-369) and indexes
Contents
  • Cover Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; Preface; 1 An Introduction; Beginning at the End, or Ending at the Beginning?; An Overview of Themes; An Overview of Topics; Conclusion; 2 The Ecology of Human Development; Human Beings as Social Animals; Experiments by Nature and Design; The Interaction between Person and Environment; The Great Depression as a Source of Risk; A Model of Developmental Risk; A Systems Approach to Sociocultural Risk; An Ecological Map; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions For Thought; 3 Sociocultural Risk and Opportunity
  • The Meaning of Risk: Case StudiesRisk and Opportunity in the Microsystem; Risk and Opportunity in the Mesosystem; Risk and Opportunity in the Exosystem; Risk and Opportunity in the Macrosystem; Reducing Sociocultural Risk: Support Systems; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions For Thought; 4 The Family as a Social System; What Is a Family?; Families as Systems; Individual Families; How Do Families Work?; Building Strong Families; Whither The Family?; Families and Social Change; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions For Thought
  • 5 The Developing Child in a Changing EnvironmentWhat Is a Child?; What Is Development?; The Genetic Code: A Developmental Blueprint; Environmental Influences on Development; Development in Historical Context; Children's Contributions to Their Own Development; Compounded Developmental Risk; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions For Thought; 6 The Ecology of Childbearing and Child Rearing; Childbearing: Birth of the Parent-Child Relationship; Becoming a Parent; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions For Thought
  • 7 Cultural Diversity and Identity FormationWho am I?; Minority Groups in the United States; Demographic Characteristics; Social Historical Context; Identity Formation; Children's Culture; Adolescence and Identity; Ethnicity; Ethnic Identity and Intergroup Conflict; Consideration of Cultural Characteristics; Acculturation; Impediments to Acculturation; Risk of Psychological Problems; Conclusion; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions For Thought; 8 The Territory of Childhood; A Child's Turf; The Community and Human Ecology
  • Community-Level Effects on Children and FamiliesFamily-Community Interface; The Neighborhood and Support Systems; Community Ecology and Family Social Pathology; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions for Thought; 9 Developmental Issues in the Human Services; Concepts of Helping; The History of the Human Services; Issues in Human Service Delivery; Programs that Support Children: Case Studies; Integrating Formal and Informal Supports; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions for Thought; 10 Social Policy, Children, and Their Families
Control code
ocn999665817
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed
Extent
1 online resource (371 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351528962
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)999665817
Label
Children and Families in the Social Environment : Modern Applications of Social Work
Publication
Note
Is Our Society Antifamily?
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 337-369) and indexes
Contents
  • Cover Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; Preface; 1 An Introduction; Beginning at the End, or Ending at the Beginning?; An Overview of Themes; An Overview of Topics; Conclusion; 2 The Ecology of Human Development; Human Beings as Social Animals; Experiments by Nature and Design; The Interaction between Person and Environment; The Great Depression as a Source of Risk; A Model of Developmental Risk; A Systems Approach to Sociocultural Risk; An Ecological Map; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions For Thought; 3 Sociocultural Risk and Opportunity
  • The Meaning of Risk: Case StudiesRisk and Opportunity in the Microsystem; Risk and Opportunity in the Mesosystem; Risk and Opportunity in the Exosystem; Risk and Opportunity in the Macrosystem; Reducing Sociocultural Risk: Support Systems; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions For Thought; 4 The Family as a Social System; What Is a Family?; Families as Systems; Individual Families; How Do Families Work?; Building Strong Families; Whither The Family?; Families and Social Change; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions For Thought
  • 5 The Developing Child in a Changing EnvironmentWhat Is a Child?; What Is Development?; The Genetic Code: A Developmental Blueprint; Environmental Influences on Development; Development in Historical Context; Children's Contributions to Their Own Development; Compounded Developmental Risk; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions For Thought; 6 The Ecology of Childbearing and Child Rearing; Childbearing: Birth of the Parent-Child Relationship; Becoming a Parent; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions For Thought
  • 7 Cultural Diversity and Identity FormationWho am I?; Minority Groups in the United States; Demographic Characteristics; Social Historical Context; Identity Formation; Children's Culture; Adolescence and Identity; Ethnicity; Ethnic Identity and Intergroup Conflict; Consideration of Cultural Characteristics; Acculturation; Impediments to Acculturation; Risk of Psychological Problems; Conclusion; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions For Thought; 8 The Territory of Childhood; A Child's Turf; The Community and Human Ecology
  • Community-Level Effects on Children and FamiliesFamily-Community Interface; The Neighborhood and Support Systems; Community Ecology and Family Social Pathology; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions for Thought; 9 Developmental Issues in the Human Services; Concepts of Helping; The History of the Human Services; Issues in Human Service Delivery; Programs that Support Children: Case Studies; Integrating Formal and Informal Supports; Research Capsule; Practice Capsule; For Further Reading; Questions for Thought; 10 Social Policy, Children, and Their Families
Control code
ocn999665817
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed
Extent
1 online resource (371 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351528962
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)999665817

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