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Growth and development through group work / Claudia J. Carson [and four others], editors.

Author/Creator:
Symposium on Social Work with Groups Corporate Author
Publication:
New York : Routledge, 2014.
Conference Name:
Symposium on Social Work with Groups
Format/Description:
Conference/Event
Book
1 online resource (230 p.)
Subjects:
Social group work -- Congresses.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
""Cover""; ""Half Title""; ""Title""; ""Copyright""; ""Dedication""; ""CONTENTS""; ""About the Editors""; ""Contributors""; ""Preface""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Introduction""; ""Historical Perspectives""; ""Contemporary Applied Group Work""; ""Evolving Group Work Educational Approaches""; ""Group Workers Facing New and Unpredictable Situations""; ""Informing the Future""; ""PART I: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES""; ""Chapter 1. The Legacy of Ruby Pernell and Social Group Work""; ""Introduction""; ""Pernell�s Vitae""; ""Pernell�s Career""; ""Some Themes""; ""In Closing""
""Chapter 2. Contributions of Research to Group Work""""Early Developments""; ""Group Development""; ""The Planning Process""; ""Group Purpose""; ""Social Relationships""; ""Content of Groups""; ""Group Cohesion""; ""Clusters of Interventions""; ""Termination""; ""Evaluation of Results""; ""Conclusions""; ""Chapter 3. Group Work at Hull House: Lessons from the Past, Signposts for the Future""; ""Introduction""; ""Background""; ""Women�s Clubs and the Medical Centers: Groups for Cause and Function""; ""National Organizations: Confronting the Opposition""
""Social Reform: Sex Education and Premarital Counseling""""Implications for Social Work Practice with Groups""; ""Chapter 4. Social Group Work in Germany: An American Import and Its Historical Development""; ""Introduction""; ""Reeducating the German People""; ""A Different Approach: Educational Processes Targeting German Youth""; ""One for All: Gisela Konopka""; ""The Hansische Jugendbund�A Democratic Group Work Agency""; ""By Way of Summary""; ""PART II: CONTEMPORARY APPLIED GROUP WORK""
""Chapter 5. Conflict As an Expression of Difference: A Desirable Group Dynamic in Anti-Oppression Social Work Practice""""Introduction""; ""Principles for Desirable Conflict""; ""Examples and Discussion of Group Conflict Arising from Difference""; ""Chapter 6. Putting Social Justice on the Agenda: Addressing Habitual and Social Barriers""; ""Introduction""; ""Barriers""; ""Opportunities""; ""Conclusion""; ""PART III: EVOLVING GROUP WORK EDUCATIONAL APPROACHES""; ""Chapter 7. Using Groups to Teach the Connection Between Private Troubles and Public Issues""; ""Introduction""
""Issues and Challenges for Teaching and Learning""""Content""; ""Conclusion""; ""Chapter 8. Restorative Education: Group-Centered Dialogue Between Students and Faculty at a Graduate School of Social Work""; ""Literature Review""; ""History of the Radical Social Work Student Group""; ""Student-Faculty Forum""; ""Program Evaluation""; ""Discussion and Implications""; ""Chapter 9. Group Simulation Projects: Teaching Group Work Skills in a Distance-Learning Classroom""; ""Introduction""; ""Methods of Teaching Group Work via Distance Learning""
""Creating an Experiential Learning Environment Based on Group Work Principles""
Notes:
First published 2004 by the Haworth Press, Inc.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed April 29, 2014).
Contributor:
Carson, Claudia J., editor.
ISBN:
0-7890-2640-6
1-315-04416-1
1-135-42826-3
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