The Resource Social policy for effective practice : a strengths approach, Rosemary Chapin

Social policy for effective practice : a strengths approach, Rosemary Chapin

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Social policy for effective practice : a strengths approach
Title
Social policy for effective practice
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a strengths approach
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Rosemary Chapin
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Chapin, Rosemary Kennedy
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361.973
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HV95
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.C416 2014
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  • dictionaries
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  • Public welfare
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Social policy for effective practice : a strengths approach, Rosemary Chapin
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Recasting Human Needs and Social Problems
  • Native Americans and Civil Rights
  • Termination and Relocation
  • Militancy and the Struggle for Sovereignty
  • Child Welfare
  • Affirmative Action
  • Affirmative Action and Employment
  • Affirmative Action and Education
  • Changes in Social Work
  • Retrenchment to New Foundations: 1981 to the Present
  • Implementing a Conservative Agenda
  • Expanding the Client's Role
  • New Federalism, OBRA, and Devolution
  • OBRA and Block Grants
  • Pressures to Reduce Social Service Spending
  • Equal Opportunity Initiatives Stalled
  • From Reagan to Bush
  • "New Democrats" and Social Welfare Policy
  • Family Leave and People with Disabilities
  • Health Care: The Reform That Did Not Happen
  • Contract with America and the PRWORA
  • Asset-Based Approaches to Poverty
  • Claims-Making
  • Poverty and the American Family
  • New Century
  • Privatization and Faith-Based Initiatives
  • Tax Cuts and Reduced Benefits
  • Challenging Affirmative Action and Abortion Rights
  • Promise of a New Foundation
  • Health Care and Immigration
  • Federal Debt
  • Supreme Court Rulings
  • Voting Rights Act Decision
  • Principles of Strengths Perspective Policy Practice
  • Affirmative Action Decision
  • Same-Sex Marriage Decisions
  • Lessons and Challenges
  • Conclusion
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • Effect on Social Policy
  • Regulatory Policy
  • Impetus for Social Programs
  • Institutional and Residual Approaches to Social Welfare
  • Frameworks for Policy Development
  • Institutional Approaches
  • Residual Approaches
  • Influences on the Social Welfare System
  • Competing Explanations for the Development of the Welfare System
  • Industrialization-Welfare Hypothesis
  • Maintenance of Capitalism Hypothesis
  • Social Conscience Hypotheses
  • Marshall and Titmuss Hypotheses
  • Economic and Social Conscience Hypotheses: A Critique
  • Enabling State and the Capacity Building State
  • Quick Guide 1: Comparison Of The Problem-Centred And Strengths-Based Approaches To Policy Development
  • Economic and Political Schools of Thought
  • Keynesian Economics
  • Supply-Side Economics
  • Democratic Socialism
  • New Approaches to Deal with Slowing Economic Growth
  • Political Continuum
  • Conservatives and Liberals
  • Other Political Influences
  • Three Branches of Government
  • Impact of Funding Strategies
  • Identifying and Developing Your Policy Practice Abilities
  • Federal and State Budgets
  • Mandatory Versus Discretionary Spending
  • Tax Strategies
  • Federal Spending
  • State Spending Policies
  • Role of the Private Sector
  • Benefits and Drawbacks of Different Combinations of Funding Strategies
  • Social Welfare Expenditures in the United States
  • Nature of United States Social Welfare Spending
  • Social Welfare and Tax Expenditures
  • Integrating a Strengths Perspective: Benefits and Cautions
  • Adequacy of Current Expenditures for Social Programs
  • U.S. Expenditure Compared to Those of Other Countries
  • Ramifications of Globalization
  • Economy of the Agency
  • Conclusion
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • Policy Analysis Fundamentals
  • Social Conditions and Social Problems
  • Alternative Views
  • Benefits of the Strengths Perspective
  • Defining Needs and Problems: The Social Constructionist Approach
  • Social Construction of Teenage Pregnancy
  • Social Construction of Family Violence
  • Understanding Different Views of Reality
  • Using Strengths Perspective Principles to Consider Needs Determination
  • Quick Guide 3: Principles Of Strengths Perspective Policy
  • Frameworks for Policy Development
  • Analyzing Social Problems from an Expanded Viewpoint
  • Defining and Documenting Problems or Needs
  • Values, Ideologies, and Self-Interest
  • Cautions Regarding the Strengths Perspective
  • Causal Theories
  • Claims-Making
  • Various Bases of Claims-Making
  • Assumptions Embedded in Claims-Making
  • Using Strengths Perspective Principles to Consider the Claims-Making Process
  • Framework for Policy Analysis
  • Policy Goals and Objectives
  • Locating Goals and Objectives
  • Manifest and Latent Goals
  • Incorporating Clients' Perspectives
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Connecting Social Work Values to Policy Practice
  • Benefits or Services Provided
  • Eligibility Rules
  • Service Delivery Systems
  • Financing
  • Cost-Effectiveness and Outcomes
  • Conclusion
  • Catching Up with the Policy Group
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • Steps in Policy Development
  • Conclusion
  • Quick Guide 4: Policy Analysis And Development Overview
  • Determining Need and Making Claims
  • Groups Involved in Needs Determination and Claims-Making
  • Legislative Agenda
  • Initial Steps in Policy Development: A Summary
  • Crafting Policy Goals
  • Achieving Consensus
  • Utilizing the Strengths Perspective
  • Values: Examining the Feasibility of Policy Alternatives
  • Enacting and Implementing Policy
  • Meet the Policy Group
  • Social Policy Research: Evaluating Policy Outcomes
  • Social Work Policy Practice and the Ecological Perspective
  • Policy Research and Practice: Basic Skills and Tasks
  • Identifying and Defining the Target Population
  • Examining Your Perspective
  • Getting on the Agenda
  • Getting on the Agenda: A Real-Life Scenario
  • Strategies for Utilizing the Strengths Approach
  • Working with Other Individuals and Groups
  • Identifying Policy Options that Include Client Perspectives
  • Main Points
  • Negotiating Policy Goals
  • Helping to Get Policy Enacted
  • Considering Whether a New Law is Needed
  • Using the Policy Analysis Framework
  • Analyzing Costs
  • Evaluating Policy Based on Client Outcomes
  • Place to Start
  • Seeking Support
  • Taking Action
  • Integrating Other People into Action Plans
  • Main Points
  • Focusing Your Efforts
  • Interacting with Your Opposition
  • Supporting Client Groups
  • Interacting with Policy Makers
  • Facing Limits on Political Activism
  • Conclusion
  • Main Points
  • Policy Group Takes Action
  • Quick Guide 5: Sample Action Plan
  • Main Points
  • Genesis of Social Welfare Policy
  • Background and History
  • Civil Rights Policies in the United States
  • Disenfranchised Groups and Civil Rights
  • African Americans
  • Native Americans
  • Hispanics/Latinos
  • Asian Americans
  • Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
  • People with Disabilities
  • Older Adults
  • Religious Traditions
  • Women and Civil Rights
  • Affirmative Action
  • Major Policies and Programs
  • Civil Rights Act of 1964
  • Voting Rights Act of 1965
  • Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975
  • Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 --
  • Judaism
  • Islam
  • Buddhism
  • Social Work and Social Policy
  • Confucianism
  • Native American Religions
  • Christianity
  • Current Implications
  • Conflicting Views Regarding Social Welfare
  • Framework for Understanding How Historical Approaches Influence Current Policy
  • Quick Guide 2: Historical Questions
  • English Poor Laws
  • Background of the Poor Law
  • Population Growth and Migration
  • Relationship Between Social Policy and Social Work Practice
  • Poverty
  • Poor Law of 1601
  • Analyzing the Poor Law
  • Influence of the Poor Laws on U.S. Social Policy
  • Social Welfare Policy in the United States
  • Colonial Era: Adapting the English System, 1600-1775
  • Social Welfare in the English Colonies
  • Almshouses and Workhouses
  • Slavery and Indentured Servitude
  • American Revolution: Civil Rights in the New Nation, 1775-1800
  • Social Work Values Integral to the Strengths Approach to Policy Practice
  • Constitution and Civil Rights
  • Expanding Federal, State, and Private Assistance
  • From Independence to Civil War: Racism, Expansion, and Immigration, 1800-1865
  • Treatment of African Americans
  • Native Americans
  • Hispanics/Latinos in the Southwest
  • Discrimination against Immigrants
  • Growth of Cities and Public Institutions
  • Mental Health Reform
  • Civil War and Its Aftermath: Reconstruction, Segregation, and Homesteads, 1865-1900
  • Social Worker's Responsibility for Policy Practice
  • Reconstruction
  • From Reconstruction to Jim Crow
  • Homestead Act
  • Origins of Modern Social Work
  • Child-Saving Movement
  • Charity Organization Society and Social Darwinism
  • Settlement House Movement
  • Building the Social Work Profession
  • African American Social Workers
  • Progressive Era and the Expansion of Social Welfare Policy, 1900-1920
  • Connecting Social Policy to Personal Experience
  • Maternalistic Approaches and Mothers' Pensions
  • Child Welfare
  • Volstead Act, Prohibition and Racial/Ethnic Discrimination
  • New Immigration
  • Conclusion
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • Expanding the Welfare State in War and Depression: 1917-1945
  • New Deal
  • Townsend Movement
  • Social Work and the Strengths Perspective
  • Social Security Act
  • Impact of World War II
  • Evolution of the Modern Welfare State: 1945-1970
  • Struggle for African American Civil Rights
  • Challenge to School Segregation
  • Challenge to Jim Crow
  • Civil Rights Laws
  • Struggle for Hispanic American Civil Rights
  • Mental Health and Mental Retardation Initiatives
  • War on Poverty
  • Policy Practice Infused With the Strengths Perspective
  • New Frontier Anti-Poverty Programs
  • Great Society and the War on Poverty
  • Medicare and Medicaid
  • War on Poverty: Successes and Failures
  • Continuity and Change: The 1970s
  • Family Assistance Experiments
  • Social Service Reforms
  • Social Welfare Initiatives
  • Watergate and After
  • Women and Civil Rights
  • Reconsidering "Neutral" Policies
  • Medicaid
  • Mandatory and Optional Coverage
  • Variations among States
  • Medicaid and the PRWORA
  • Medicaid and Managed Care
  • Medicaid and Health Care Access
  • Medicare
  • Medicare Part A, Hospital Insurance (HI)
  • Medicare Part B
  • Medicare Part C, Medicaire Advantage
  • Role of Social Workers
  • Medicare Part D
  • Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
  • Children's Health Insurance Program
  • Quick Guide 9: Health And Mental Health Programs
  • 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
  • Affordable Care Act: Financing and Cost Control Issues
  • Major Mental Health Policies and Programs
  • History and Background of Mental Health Programs
  • Community Mental Health and Deinstitutionalization
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
  • Quick Guide 6: Agency Analysis
  • Mental Health Parity and Increased Attention to Preparing Mental Health Professionals
  • Growing Concerns Related to Children and Mental Health
  • Mental Health Policies
  • Mental Retardation and Community Mental Health Centers Construction Act
  • State Comprehensive Mental Health Services Plan Act
  • Evaluating Health and Mental Health Policies and Programs
  • Challenges to the Medicare System
  • Ageism in the Medicare Health Care Cost Debate
  • Substance Abuse, Pandemics, and the Health Care System
  • Social Work Education and Health Care Reform
  • Conclusion
  • Next Steps for Promoting More Effective Health and Mental Health Policies
  • Medicare Reform
  • Mental Health Care
  • Strategies to Promote Recovery, Diversity, and Health
  • Social Workers and Health Care Reform
  • Health Model
  • Conclusion
  • Catching Up with the Policy Group
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • Catching Up with the Policy Group
  • History and Background
  • Policy and Program Responses
  • Private Retirement Programs
  • Public Retirement Programs
  • Policies to Provide Health Care and Support Social Engagement
  • Changes to Job-Specific Pension Programs
  • Pensions at Risk
  • SSI for Older Adults
  • National Institute on Aging
  • Mental Health Services
  • Main Points
  • Mandatory Retirement
  • Long-Term Care
  • Prescription Drug Policy
  • Shortage of Gerontologically Trained Professionals
  • Influence of Demographics
  • Poverty and Aging in the Community
  • Voting Patterns of Older Adults
  • Major Policies and Programs
  • Older Americans Act
  • Employee Retirement Income Security Act
  • Main Points
  • NO CLASS: The Loss of the Long-Term Care Provisions of the Affordable Care Act
  • Elder Justice Act and the Patient Safety and Abuse Prevention Act
  • Evaluating Policies and Programs for Older Adults
  • Economic Security
  • Health Care
  • End-of-life Planning
  • Social Engagement
  • Next Steps
  • Developing a Strengths-Based Agenda
  • Creating Needed Infrastructure
  • Definitions of Poverty
  • Conclusion
  • Catching Up with the Policy Group
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • Future Forecasts
  • Guidelines for Understanding Future Forecasts
  • Analyze the Purpose
  • Quick Guide 10: Understanding Future Forecasts
  • Assess Underlying Assumptions and the Credibility of Source Information
  • Thinking about the Future Using A Values Based Lens: The Strengths Approach
  • Poverty Line/Poverty Threshold
  • Factors That Will Shape Future Social Policies
  • Population Growth
  • Increasing Diversity in the U.S.
  • Medical and Technological Changes
  • Globalization and Environmental Degradation
  • State of the Future Index
  • Future Policy Directions
  • Diversity and the Work-Based Safety Net
  • Wages, Jobs, and Retirement
  • Supporting the Intergenerational Family
  • Poverty Guidelines
  • Health
  • Climate Justice
  • Information Technology and Privacy
  • Influence of Pluralism on Future Social Policy
  • Privatization
  • Reconsidering Core Values
  • Using the Electoral Process
  • Strengths Perspective in a New Era
  • Conclusion
  • Main Points
  • Contents note continued:
  • Alternative Poverty Measures
  • Main Points
  • Income-Support Policies and Programs
  • Universal Programs
  • Old Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance: How Young People Benefit
  • Unemployment Insurance
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Veterans' Benefits
  • Selective Programs
  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
  • History and Development of TANF
  • Reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act 2005 and 2013
  • TANF Goals
  • Family Formation Goals
  • TANF Work Requirements and Sanctions
  • Non-Cash Programs That Assist Low-Income Families
  • SNAP
  • WIC Nutrition Program
  • Public Housing
  • Tenant-Based Housing Assistance Program
  • Supplemental Security Income
  • General Assistance
  • Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act 2009
  • Earned Income Tax Credit
  • Evaluation of Income-Support Policies and Programs
  • TANF and Poverty
  • Devolution and Recessions
  • Reforming TANF from a Strengths Perspective
  • OASDI from the Strengths Perspective
  • Women and OASDI
  • People of Color and OASDI
  • Is OASDI Regressive or Progressive?
  • How Solvent is OASDI?
  • Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act 2009
  • Asset-Based Policies
  • Proposals for Fundamental Reform
  • Basic Income Grant
  • Asset-Based Reform
  • Poverty in the Global Context
  • Quick Guide 7: Income- And Asset-Based Programs
  • Conclusion
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • History and Background of Programs Protecting Children and Families
  • Evaluating Civil Rights Policies and Programs
  • Children and Families Today
  • Impact of Growing Poverty Rates on Child Welfare
  • Child Welfare System
  • Juvenile Justice System
  • Major Policies and Programs Affecting Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice
  • Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act
  • Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act
  • Indian Child Welfare Act
  • Adoption Assistance and Child Welfare Act
  • Family Preservation and Support Services
  • Discrimination Based on Ethnicity and Gender
  • Multi-Ethnic Placement Act
  • Adoption and Safe Families Act
  • Independent Living Transition Services
  • Child Support Enforcement Program
  • Legislation for Children with Special Educational Needs
  • Quick Guide 8: Child Welfare And Juvenile Justice Application Tool
  • Evaluating Policies and Programs for Children and Families
  • Child Protection Policy from the Strengths Perspective
  • Family Rights and Child Safety
  • Family Reunification
  • Current Threats to Civil Rights and Human Rights
  • Teen Pregnancy
  • Privatization
  • Strategies for Supporting Families More Effectively
  • Juvenile Justice from the Strengths Perspective
  • Role of Social Workers in the Child Welfare System
  • Conclusion
  • Catching Up with the Policy Group
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • Health Care in the United States
  • Next Steps
  • High Cost of Health Care
  • History and Background of Health Care Programs
  • Growing Federal Involvement in Health Care
  • Medicare, Medicaid, and Civil Rights
  • Background on Approaches to Health Care Finance and Cost Control
  • Health Reform in the 1990s
  • 2010 National Health Care Reform
  • 2012 Supreme Court Decision
  • Issues Left Unaddressed
  • Major Health Care Policies and Programs
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Third edition.
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1 online resource.
Form of item
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Isbn
9781134474417
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computer
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c
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(NhCcYBP)EBL1644427
Label
Social policy for effective practice : a strengths approach, Rosemary Chapin
Link
http://www.umanitoba.eblib.com/EBLWeb/patron/?target=patron&extendedid=P_1644427_0
Publication
Note
Description based on print version record
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Recasting Human Needs and Social Problems
  • Native Americans and Civil Rights
  • Termination and Relocation
  • Militancy and the Struggle for Sovereignty
  • Child Welfare
  • Affirmative Action
  • Affirmative Action and Employment
  • Affirmative Action and Education
  • Changes in Social Work
  • Retrenchment to New Foundations: 1981 to the Present
  • Implementing a Conservative Agenda
  • Expanding the Client's Role
  • New Federalism, OBRA, and Devolution
  • OBRA and Block Grants
  • Pressures to Reduce Social Service Spending
  • Equal Opportunity Initiatives Stalled
  • From Reagan to Bush
  • "New Democrats" and Social Welfare Policy
  • Family Leave and People with Disabilities
  • Health Care: The Reform That Did Not Happen
  • Contract with America and the PRWORA
  • Asset-Based Approaches to Poverty
  • Claims-Making
  • Poverty and the American Family
  • New Century
  • Privatization and Faith-Based Initiatives
  • Tax Cuts and Reduced Benefits
  • Challenging Affirmative Action and Abortion Rights
  • Promise of a New Foundation
  • Health Care and Immigration
  • Federal Debt
  • Supreme Court Rulings
  • Voting Rights Act Decision
  • Principles of Strengths Perspective Policy Practice
  • Affirmative Action Decision
  • Same-Sex Marriage Decisions
  • Lessons and Challenges
  • Conclusion
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • Effect on Social Policy
  • Regulatory Policy
  • Impetus for Social Programs
  • Institutional and Residual Approaches to Social Welfare
  • Frameworks for Policy Development
  • Institutional Approaches
  • Residual Approaches
  • Influences on the Social Welfare System
  • Competing Explanations for the Development of the Welfare System
  • Industrialization-Welfare Hypothesis
  • Maintenance of Capitalism Hypothesis
  • Social Conscience Hypotheses
  • Marshall and Titmuss Hypotheses
  • Economic and Social Conscience Hypotheses: A Critique
  • Enabling State and the Capacity Building State
  • Quick Guide 1: Comparison Of The Problem-Centred And Strengths-Based Approaches To Policy Development
  • Economic and Political Schools of Thought
  • Keynesian Economics
  • Supply-Side Economics
  • Democratic Socialism
  • New Approaches to Deal with Slowing Economic Growth
  • Political Continuum
  • Conservatives and Liberals
  • Other Political Influences
  • Three Branches of Government
  • Impact of Funding Strategies
  • Identifying and Developing Your Policy Practice Abilities
  • Federal and State Budgets
  • Mandatory Versus Discretionary Spending
  • Tax Strategies
  • Federal Spending
  • State Spending Policies
  • Role of the Private Sector
  • Benefits and Drawbacks of Different Combinations of Funding Strategies
  • Social Welfare Expenditures in the United States
  • Nature of United States Social Welfare Spending
  • Social Welfare and Tax Expenditures
  • Integrating a Strengths Perspective: Benefits and Cautions
  • Adequacy of Current Expenditures for Social Programs
  • U.S. Expenditure Compared to Those of Other Countries
  • Ramifications of Globalization
  • Economy of the Agency
  • Conclusion
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • Policy Analysis Fundamentals
  • Social Conditions and Social Problems
  • Alternative Views
  • Benefits of the Strengths Perspective
  • Defining Needs and Problems: The Social Constructionist Approach
  • Social Construction of Teenage Pregnancy
  • Social Construction of Family Violence
  • Understanding Different Views of Reality
  • Using Strengths Perspective Principles to Consider Needs Determination
  • Quick Guide 3: Principles Of Strengths Perspective Policy
  • Frameworks for Policy Development
  • Analyzing Social Problems from an Expanded Viewpoint
  • Defining and Documenting Problems or Needs
  • Values, Ideologies, and Self-Interest
  • Cautions Regarding the Strengths Perspective
  • Causal Theories
  • Claims-Making
  • Various Bases of Claims-Making
  • Assumptions Embedded in Claims-Making
  • Using Strengths Perspective Principles to Consider the Claims-Making Process
  • Framework for Policy Analysis
  • Policy Goals and Objectives
  • Locating Goals and Objectives
  • Manifest and Latent Goals
  • Incorporating Clients' Perspectives
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Connecting Social Work Values to Policy Practice
  • Benefits or Services Provided
  • Eligibility Rules
  • Service Delivery Systems
  • Financing
  • Cost-Effectiveness and Outcomes
  • Conclusion
  • Catching Up with the Policy Group
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • Steps in Policy Development
  • Conclusion
  • Quick Guide 4: Policy Analysis And Development Overview
  • Determining Need and Making Claims
  • Groups Involved in Needs Determination and Claims-Making
  • Legislative Agenda
  • Initial Steps in Policy Development: A Summary
  • Crafting Policy Goals
  • Achieving Consensus
  • Utilizing the Strengths Perspective
  • Values: Examining the Feasibility of Policy Alternatives
  • Enacting and Implementing Policy
  • Meet the Policy Group
  • Social Policy Research: Evaluating Policy Outcomes
  • Social Work Policy Practice and the Ecological Perspective
  • Policy Research and Practice: Basic Skills and Tasks
  • Identifying and Defining the Target Population
  • Examining Your Perspective
  • Getting on the Agenda
  • Getting on the Agenda: A Real-Life Scenario
  • Strategies for Utilizing the Strengths Approach
  • Working with Other Individuals and Groups
  • Identifying Policy Options that Include Client Perspectives
  • Main Points
  • Negotiating Policy Goals
  • Helping to Get Policy Enacted
  • Considering Whether a New Law is Needed
  • Using the Policy Analysis Framework
  • Analyzing Costs
  • Evaluating Policy Based on Client Outcomes
  • Place to Start
  • Seeking Support
  • Taking Action
  • Integrating Other People into Action Plans
  • Main Points
  • Focusing Your Efforts
  • Interacting with Your Opposition
  • Supporting Client Groups
  • Interacting with Policy Makers
  • Facing Limits on Political Activism
  • Conclusion
  • Main Points
  • Policy Group Takes Action
  • Quick Guide 5: Sample Action Plan
  • Main Points
  • Genesis of Social Welfare Policy
  • Background and History
  • Civil Rights Policies in the United States
  • Disenfranchised Groups and Civil Rights
  • African Americans
  • Native Americans
  • Hispanics/Latinos
  • Asian Americans
  • Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
  • People with Disabilities
  • Older Adults
  • Religious Traditions
  • Women and Civil Rights
  • Affirmative Action
  • Major Policies and Programs
  • Civil Rights Act of 1964
  • Voting Rights Act of 1965
  • Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975
  • Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 --
  • Judaism
  • Islam
  • Buddhism
  • Social Work and Social Policy
  • Confucianism
  • Native American Religions
  • Christianity
  • Current Implications
  • Conflicting Views Regarding Social Welfare
  • Framework for Understanding How Historical Approaches Influence Current Policy
  • Quick Guide 2: Historical Questions
  • English Poor Laws
  • Background of the Poor Law
  • Population Growth and Migration
  • Relationship Between Social Policy and Social Work Practice
  • Poverty
  • Poor Law of 1601
  • Analyzing the Poor Law
  • Influence of the Poor Laws on U.S. Social Policy
  • Social Welfare Policy in the United States
  • Colonial Era: Adapting the English System, 1600-1775
  • Social Welfare in the English Colonies
  • Almshouses and Workhouses
  • Slavery and Indentured Servitude
  • American Revolution: Civil Rights in the New Nation, 1775-1800
  • Social Work Values Integral to the Strengths Approach to Policy Practice
  • Constitution and Civil Rights
  • Expanding Federal, State, and Private Assistance
  • From Independence to Civil War: Racism, Expansion, and Immigration, 1800-1865
  • Treatment of African Americans
  • Native Americans
  • Hispanics/Latinos in the Southwest
  • Discrimination against Immigrants
  • Growth of Cities and Public Institutions
  • Mental Health Reform
  • Civil War and Its Aftermath: Reconstruction, Segregation, and Homesteads, 1865-1900
  • Social Worker's Responsibility for Policy Practice
  • Reconstruction
  • From Reconstruction to Jim Crow
  • Homestead Act
  • Origins of Modern Social Work
  • Child-Saving Movement
  • Charity Organization Society and Social Darwinism
  • Settlement House Movement
  • Building the Social Work Profession
  • African American Social Workers
  • Progressive Era and the Expansion of Social Welfare Policy, 1900-1920
  • Connecting Social Policy to Personal Experience
  • Maternalistic Approaches and Mothers' Pensions
  • Child Welfare
  • Volstead Act, Prohibition and Racial/Ethnic Discrimination
  • New Immigration
  • Conclusion
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • Expanding the Welfare State in War and Depression: 1917-1945
  • New Deal
  • Townsend Movement
  • Social Work and the Strengths Perspective
  • Social Security Act
  • Impact of World War II
  • Evolution of the Modern Welfare State: 1945-1970
  • Struggle for African American Civil Rights
  • Challenge to School Segregation
  • Challenge to Jim Crow
  • Civil Rights Laws
  • Struggle for Hispanic American Civil Rights
  • Mental Health and Mental Retardation Initiatives
  • War on Poverty
  • Policy Practice Infused With the Strengths Perspective
  • New Frontier Anti-Poverty Programs
  • Great Society and the War on Poverty
  • Medicare and Medicaid
  • War on Poverty: Successes and Failures
  • Continuity and Change: The 1970s
  • Family Assistance Experiments
  • Social Service Reforms
  • Social Welfare Initiatives
  • Watergate and After
  • Women and Civil Rights
  • Reconsidering "Neutral" Policies
  • Medicaid
  • Mandatory and Optional Coverage
  • Variations among States
  • Medicaid and the PRWORA
  • Medicaid and Managed Care
  • Medicaid and Health Care Access
  • Medicare
  • Medicare Part A, Hospital Insurance (HI)
  • Medicare Part B
  • Medicare Part C, Medicaire Advantage
  • Role of Social Workers
  • Medicare Part D
  • Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
  • Children's Health Insurance Program
  • Quick Guide 9: Health And Mental Health Programs
  • 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
  • Affordable Care Act: Financing and Cost Control Issues
  • Major Mental Health Policies and Programs
  • History and Background of Mental Health Programs
  • Community Mental Health and Deinstitutionalization
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
  • Quick Guide 6: Agency Analysis
  • Mental Health Parity and Increased Attention to Preparing Mental Health Professionals
  • Growing Concerns Related to Children and Mental Health
  • Mental Health Policies
  • Mental Retardation and Community Mental Health Centers Construction Act
  • State Comprehensive Mental Health Services Plan Act
  • Evaluating Health and Mental Health Policies and Programs
  • Challenges to the Medicare System
  • Ageism in the Medicare Health Care Cost Debate
  • Substance Abuse, Pandemics, and the Health Care System
  • Social Work Education and Health Care Reform
  • Conclusion
  • Next Steps for Promoting More Effective Health and Mental Health Policies
  • Medicare Reform
  • Mental Health Care
  • Strategies to Promote Recovery, Diversity, and Health
  • Social Workers and Health Care Reform
  • Health Model
  • Conclusion
  • Catching Up with the Policy Group
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • Catching Up with the Policy Group
  • History and Background
  • Policy and Program Responses
  • Private Retirement Programs
  • Public Retirement Programs
  • Policies to Provide Health Care and Support Social Engagement
  • Changes to Job-Specific Pension Programs
  • Pensions at Risk
  • SSI for Older Adults
  • National Institute on Aging
  • Mental Health Services
  • Main Points
  • Mandatory Retirement
  • Long-Term Care
  • Prescription Drug Policy
  • Shortage of Gerontologically Trained Professionals
  • Influence of Demographics
  • Poverty and Aging in the Community
  • Voting Patterns of Older Adults
  • Major Policies and Programs
  • Older Americans Act
  • Employee Retirement Income Security Act
  • Main Points
  • NO CLASS: The Loss of the Long-Term Care Provisions of the Affordable Care Act
  • Elder Justice Act and the Patient Safety and Abuse Prevention Act
  • Evaluating Policies and Programs for Older Adults
  • Economic Security
  • Health Care
  • End-of-life Planning
  • Social Engagement
  • Next Steps
  • Developing a Strengths-Based Agenda
  • Creating Needed Infrastructure
  • Definitions of Poverty
  • Conclusion
  • Catching Up with the Policy Group
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • Future Forecasts
  • Guidelines for Understanding Future Forecasts
  • Analyze the Purpose
  • Quick Guide 10: Understanding Future Forecasts
  • Assess Underlying Assumptions and the Credibility of Source Information
  • Thinking about the Future Using A Values Based Lens: The Strengths Approach
  • Poverty Line/Poverty Threshold
  • Factors That Will Shape Future Social Policies
  • Population Growth
  • Increasing Diversity in the U.S.
  • Medical and Technological Changes
  • Globalization and Environmental Degradation
  • State of the Future Index
  • Future Policy Directions
  • Diversity and the Work-Based Safety Net
  • Wages, Jobs, and Retirement
  • Supporting the Intergenerational Family
  • Poverty Guidelines
  • Health
  • Climate Justice
  • Information Technology and Privacy
  • Influence of Pluralism on Future Social Policy
  • Privatization
  • Reconsidering Core Values
  • Using the Electoral Process
  • Strengths Perspective in a New Era
  • Conclusion
  • Main Points
  • Contents note continued:
  • Alternative Poverty Measures
  • Main Points
  • Income-Support Policies and Programs
  • Universal Programs
  • Old Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance: How Young People Benefit
  • Unemployment Insurance
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Veterans' Benefits
  • Selective Programs
  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
  • History and Development of TANF
  • Reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act 2005 and 2013
  • TANF Goals
  • Family Formation Goals
  • TANF Work Requirements and Sanctions
  • Non-Cash Programs That Assist Low-Income Families
  • SNAP
  • WIC Nutrition Program
  • Public Housing
  • Tenant-Based Housing Assistance Program
  • Supplemental Security Income
  • General Assistance
  • Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act 2009
  • Earned Income Tax Credit
  • Evaluation of Income-Support Policies and Programs
  • TANF and Poverty
  • Devolution and Recessions
  • Reforming TANF from a Strengths Perspective
  • OASDI from the Strengths Perspective
  • Women and OASDI
  • People of Color and OASDI
  • Is OASDI Regressive or Progressive?
  • How Solvent is OASDI?
  • Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act 2009
  • Asset-Based Policies
  • Proposals for Fundamental Reform
  • Basic Income Grant
  • Asset-Based Reform
  • Poverty in the Global Context
  • Quick Guide 7: Income- And Asset-Based Programs
  • Conclusion
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • History and Background of Programs Protecting Children and Families
  • Evaluating Civil Rights Policies and Programs
  • Children and Families Today
  • Impact of Growing Poverty Rates on Child Welfare
  • Child Welfare System
  • Juvenile Justice System
  • Major Policies and Programs Affecting Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice
  • Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act
  • Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act
  • Indian Child Welfare Act
  • Adoption Assistance and Child Welfare Act
  • Family Preservation and Support Services
  • Discrimination Based on Ethnicity and Gender
  • Multi-Ethnic Placement Act
  • Adoption and Safe Families Act
  • Independent Living Transition Services
  • Child Support Enforcement Program
  • Legislation for Children with Special Educational Needs
  • Quick Guide 8: Child Welfare And Juvenile Justice Application Tool
  • Evaluating Policies and Programs for Children and Families
  • Child Protection Policy from the Strengths Perspective
  • Family Rights and Child Safety
  • Family Reunification
  • Current Threats to Civil Rights and Human Rights
  • Teen Pregnancy
  • Privatization
  • Strategies for Supporting Families More Effectively
  • Juvenile Justice from the Strengths Perspective
  • Role of Social Workers in the Child Welfare System
  • Conclusion
  • Catching Up with the Policy Group
  • Main Points
  • Main Points
  • Health Care in the United States
  • Next Steps
  • High Cost of Health Care
  • History and Background of Health Care Programs
  • Growing Federal Involvement in Health Care
  • Medicare, Medicaid, and Civil Rights
  • Background on Approaches to Health Care Finance and Cost Control
  • Health Reform in the 1990s
  • 2010 National Health Care Reform
  • 2012 Supreme Court Decision
  • Issues Left Unaddressed
  • Major Health Care Policies and Programs
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unknown
Edition
Third edition.
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781134474417
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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