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Changes to the second edition

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Social Work midterm
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67 Pages
2014
English US
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Sample Questions from the Social Work midterm Exam

Question: This concept builds on systems theory, focusing on the interaction of client systems and the larger environmental context. The focus is on what happens between people and the environment.

Choices:

Strengths perspective

Ecological systems framework

Macrosystem

Biological systems

Question: Was the Hull house more micro or more macro?

Choices:

Micro

Macro

Question: How can we separate social work?

Choices:

Macro and micro practice

Bachelors degree

Masters degree

Question: True or false. Social work is the most common health profession in the world.

Choices:

True

False

Question: Changing the environment so that it works better for an individual would be called

Choices:

Micro practice

Person in environment perspective

Diversity perspective

Macro practice

Question: Helping someone fit better within their community would be an example of

Choices:

Social services

Macro practice

Human services

Micro practice

Question: Which women played an important role in the early history of social work?

Choices:

Carol Lunxford

Jane Adams

Mary Rolette

Mary Richmond

Both B and D

Question: Social work aims to help whom?

Choices:

Oppressed

The poor

The vulnerable

All of the above

Question: Why is social work unique?

Choices:

It helps all people.

Helps the society work better for the person and the person function better in society.

Less racism.

Provides benefits for the poor.

Question: The focus on both the individual and his or her social setting is a central tenet of social work practice, known as the

Choices:

Person-in-environment perspective

Social welfare system

General systems theory

Elizabethan poor laws

Question: explains how elements work together to make up an identifiable whole. Social workers are most interested in social systems, the interactions among people that make up society. The theory suggests that many different This theory explains how elements (family, friends, school environment, social service programs, etc.) make up the pieces that shape a person's life. To effectively intervene with an individual we need to look at all the separate parts that make up the whole system.

Choices:

Person-in-environment perspectice

Personality perspectice

Systems network

General systems theory

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