When discussed, most typically they are in reference to United Nations documents, especially the Universal Declarations of Human Rights, and more specific documents, such as the Convention on the Rights of the Child Donnelly, 1993; Reichert, 2006. How to practice social work. Strategies of community intervention, 6th Ed. Globalization and social work: International and local implications. Self-help and support groups: A handbook for practitioners. The quest for universal social work: Some issues and implications, Social Work Education, 23 5 , 625-644.
These social rights need to be affirmed at the international level. Ethical discourse within a human rights framework is an important classroom activity and encourages students to consider universality and cultural relativism Reichert, 2003, 2006 as they grapple with examples of oppression related to globalization Gil, 1998. Perspectives on the small community: Humanistic views for practitioners. With the best of intentions: The child sexual abuse prevention movement. The decision by the Nixon administration in 1971 to abrogate the gold standard is usually cited as a major event of this kind.
The borderless world: Power and strategy in the interlinked economy. New York: The Haworth Press, Inc. They argued that the involvement of national governments in economic management undermined human rights by restricting individual freedoms, by increasing the potential for state and private corruption, by supporting the minority of producers at the expense of the majority of consumers and by undermining individual initiative and responsibility. Organizing for community controlled development: Renewing civil society. Community economic development and social work, New York: Haworth Press. Managing human resources in the human services: Supervisory challenges. Teachers are burdened with teaching tasks and are not trained to handle social problems.
The gap between the richest and poorest countries continues to widen, both economic and social exclusion are increasing, environmental problems worsen and violent conflict continues. The E-mail message field is required. The global environmental crisis: Implications for social welfare and social work. Based on beliefs and values of professional social work, and the perspective from the social work discipline, this paper advocates that it is essential for Chinese social work educators to reflect on the current social structure and dominant ideologies which produce personal troubles and social problems as well as to reflect on approaches to solutions. Electronic Journal of Social Work, 1 1 , 1-15. New York: New York University Press.
Education and research for empowerment practice. International social work: Issues, strategies, and programs. New York: Oxford University Press. Second, the instructor is advised to explicitly state that the global nature of the issues under study requires that we extend the focus of these values beyond national boundaries and biases, that we adopt a truly global orientation toward human worth and dignity, and the perennial issues of social and economic justice. Discussion includes macro-scale ethical considerations in a neoliberal economic system. Current economic and social crises of concern to social workers ; Basic economic concepts for social workers -- Economic history: the context for formulation of economic theories.
Streets of Hope: The fall and rise of an urban neighborhood. Chicago, Il: Food First Books, The International Forum on Globalization co-publishers. The different interpretations of the consequences of globalization for social welfare and social justice outlined in this article need to be more thoroughly scrutinized by social policy and social work scholars. Dimensions of social welfare policy 4th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 395-422. Empowerment in social work practice: A sourcebook.
Groups in health care settings. Eau Claire, Wisconsin: The Association. Child abuse prevention: The community as co-worker. Tel Aviv: Hakibutz Hameuhad Publishing House. British Journal of Social Work, 36 3 , 467-484. Philanthropy, voluntarism, and innovation: Settlement houses in Twentieth-Century America, Essays on Philanthropy, No. How to practice international social work.
Our professional perspective focuses especially on how the economic and environmental consequences affect social relationships and individual opportunity. Beginning with a historical survey of urban obesity in communities of color, anti-obesity policies and programs, and the role of social work in addressing this threat, the volume follows with an analysis of the social, ecological, environmental, and spatial aggravators of urban obesity, such as the food industry's advertising strategies, which promote unhealthy choices; the failure of local markets to provide good food options; the lack of safe exercise spaces; and the paucity of heath education. New York: Columbia University Press. Finding solutions to social problems: Behavioral strategies for change. Turbo capitalism: Winners and losers in the global economy.