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作者 Hardina, Donna
書名 Interpersonal Social Work Skills for Community Practice
出版項 New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2012
©2012
國際標準書號 9780826108128 (electronic bk.)
9780826108111
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說明 1 online resource (513 pages)
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附註 Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Introduction: The Application of Interpersonal Skills in Community Practice -- COMMUNITY ORGANIZING MODELS: COMBINING TASKS AND PROCESS -- INTEGRATING ETHICS, VALUES, AND A HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE INTO INTERPERSONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT -- INTERPERSONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY PRACTICE -- BUILDING A FRAMEWORK FOR EXAMINING THE ROLE OF INTERPERSONAL SKILLS IN COMMUNITY PRACTICE -- ORGANIZATION OF THIS BOOK -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS -- Part I. The Pre-Engagement Phase -- 2. Entering the Community and Using Interviewing Skills to Find Out About People -- DEFINING COMMUNITY -- ENTRY INTO THE COMMUNITY -- LEARNING ABOUT COMMUNITY MEMBERS: ONE-ON-ONE INTERVIEWS -- USING MICRO PRACTICE SKILLS FOR CONDUCTING ONE-ON-ONE INTERVIEWS -- DIFFERENCES IN THE USE OF INTERVIEWING SKILLS IN COMMUNITY ORGANIZING AND MICRO PRACTICE -- VALUES IN ACTION: BECOMING CULTURALLY COMPETENT -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS -- 3. Recruiting Potential Participants -- RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS AND PARTICIPANTS: APPLYING ENGAGEMENT AND RELATIONSHIP-BUILDING SKILLS IN NONTRADITIONAL SETTINGS -- MOTIVATING VOLUNTEERS AND CONSTITUENTS -- ADDITIONAL TECHNIQUES FOR RECRUITMENT -- PUTTING VALUES IN ACTION: FOSTERING INDIVIDUAL COMMITMENT TO SOCIAL JUSTICE -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS -- 4. Developing Relationships and Partnerships With Formal Organizations -- THE PURPOSE OF ORGANIZATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS IN COMMUNITY PRACTICE -- MODELS OF ORGANIZATION PARTNERSHIPS -- INTERPERSONAL SKILLS FOR BRIDGING DIFFERENCES AMONG ORGANIZATIONAL PARTNERS -- BRIDGING DIFFERENCES THROUGH MUTUAL LEARNING AND PARTICIPATION -- PUTTING VALUES IN ACTION: SUSTAINING MUTUAL LEARNING AND PARTNERSHIP AMONG ORGANIZATIONS -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS
Part II. The Engagement Phase -- 5. Using Dialogue, Story-Telling, and Structured Group Work Techniques to Identify Community Problems -- THE PURPOSE OF GROUP DIALOGUE -- USING GROUP DIALOGUE TO IDENTIFY AND SOLVE PROBLEMS -- USING GROUP STORY-TELLING TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND BUILD GROUP SOLIDARITY -- COMMUNITY FORUMS -- NOMINAL GROUP TECHNIQUE -- FOCUS GROUPS -- STUDY CIRCLES -- PUTTING VALUES IN ACTION: THE DEVELOPMENT OF CRITICAL CONSCIOUSNESS -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS -- 6. Engaging Participants in the Discovery, Assessment, and Documentation of Community Strengths and Problems -- THE PURPOSE OF COMMUNITY ASSESSMENTS -- IDENTIFYING ASSETS AND SOCIAL CAPITAL -- PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH: WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CONSTITUENTS -- PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH -- PARTICIPATORY DATA COLLECTION METHODS -- USING TRADITIONAL COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT METHODS: SURVEYS AND INTERVIEWS WITHIN A PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH FRAMEWORK -- POWER ANALYSIS: MAPPING POWER RELATIONS IN THE COMMUNITY -- PUTTING VALUES IN ACTION: BUILDING ON STRENGTHS -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS -- 7. Facilitating Leadership Development and Group Decision Making: Encouraging Public Participation in Planning and Engaging Constituents in the Development of Action Plans -- THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES: CONSTITUENT INVOLVEMENT IN DECISION MAKING -- LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING -- FACILITATING CONSTITUENT PARTICIPATION IN PUBLIC DECISION MAKING AND PLANNING -- ENGAGING CONSTITUENTS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNITY ACTION PLANS -- PUTTING VALUES IN ACTION: SELF-DETERMINATION, EMPOWERMENT, AND CULTURAL COMPETENCY IN PLAN DEVELOPMENT -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS -- 8. Taking Action: Group Processes for Implementing Action Campaigns -- DEFINING ACTION CAMPAIGNS -- COMPONENTS OF SUCCESSFUL CAMPAIGNS
CONSIDERATIONS IN ADJUSTING AND IMPLEMENTING STRATEGIES AND TACTICS IN RESPONSE TO SITUATIONAL DEMANDS To SITUATIONAL DEMANDS -- USING BASIC GROUP WORK TECHNIQUES FOR GROUP MAINTENANCE AND COHESION -- OTHER INTERPERSONAL SKILLS NEEDED TO FACILITATE ACTION CAMPAIGNS -- ENDING CAMPAIGNS -- PUTTING VALUES IN ACTION: USING ACTION CAMPAIGNS TO ACHIEVE SOCIAL JUSTICE -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS -- Part III. The Post-Engagement Phase -- 9. Working With Constituent Groups to Critically Reflect and Engage in Dialogue on the Process and Outcomes of Action Plans -- THE PROCESS OF PRAXIS -- THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS FOR USING THE PROCESS OF PRAXIS IN COMMUNITY ORGANIZING -- PRAXIS AND KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION -- SELF-REFLECTION IN COMMUNITY PRACTICE -- REFLECTION AS A GROUP PROCESS: ASSESSING THE ROLES OF PARTICIPANTS IN COMMUNITY PRACTICE -- PRAXIS AS GROUP DIALOGUE: DECISIONS BY MANY RATHER THAN A FEW -- INTERPERSONAL SKILLS FOR FACILITATING PRAXIS -- USING PRAXIS TO MONITOR THE COMMUNITY ORGANIZING PROCESS AND CHANGING COURSE -- ASSESSING WHAT AND WHY THINGS HAPPENED AT THE END OF THE ORGANIZING CAMPAIGN -- PUTTING VALUES IN ACTION: CRITICAL REFLECTION, THINKING, AND ACTION -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS -- 10. Discovering Whether and Why the Action Worked: Using Participatory Research to Conduct Formal Evaluations -- THE PURPOSE AND POLITICS OF FORMAL EVALUATIONS IN COMMUNITY PRACTICE -- CHALLENGES IN CONDUCTING FORMAL COMMUNITY-BASED EVALUATIONS -- COMMUNITY EVALUATIONS AND EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE -- SYSTEMATIC APPROACHES FOR COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH: USING LOGIC MODELS TO GUIDE EVALUATIONS AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO EBP -- EVALUATION METHODS FOR COMMUNITY PRACTICE -- PARTICIPATORY EVALUATION METHODS -- INTERPERSONAL SKILLS FOR PARTICIPATORY EVALUATIONS: FOSTERING INCLUSION AND SKILL-BUILDING
PUTTING VALUES IN ACTION: MUTUAL LEARNING AND PARTNERSHIP IN EVALUATIONS -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS -- Part IV. Additional Applications of Interpersonal Skills for Community Practice -- 11. Using Interpersonal Skills to Advocate for Legislation -- DEFINING LEGISLATIVE ADVOCACY AND LOBBYING -- LEGISLATIVE CAMPAIGNS -- BACKGROUND RESEARCH FOR LEGISLATIVE CAMPAIGNS -- THE ROLE OF INTERPERSONAL SKILLS IN LOBBYING FOR LEGISLATION -- THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEGISLATIVE AND POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS -- PUTTING VALUES IN ACTION: CHANGING LAWS AND POLICIES TO ACHIEVE SOCIAL JUSTICE -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS -- 12. Interpersonal Skills for Community Building -- THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES ON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: COMMUNITY BUILDING, SOCIAL CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT, ASSET BUILDING, AND CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT -- COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT APPROACHES -- COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MODELS THAT STRENGTHEN CONNECTIONS AMONG PEOPLE -- INTERPERSONAL SKILLS FOR STRENGTHENING COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS -- PUTTING VALUES IN ACTION: BUILDING ON STRENGTHS -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS -- 13. Supervision -- DEFINING STAFF SUPERVISION -- MODELS OF SUPERVISION FOR COMMUNITY PRACTICE -- SPECIFIC SUPERVISORY SKILLS FOR COMMUNITY PRACTICE IN SOCIAL WORK -- PUTTING VALUES IN ACTION: PARALLEL PROCESSES AND ENCOURAGING ORGANIZER AND CONSTITUENT SELF-DETERMINATION AND EMPOWERMENT -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS -- 14. Interpersonal Skills in a Global Context: Advocating for Human Rights -- PUTTING VALUES IN ACTION: HUMAN RIGHTS -- THE PROCESS OF GLOBALIZATION: IMPACTING ON HEALTH, WELL-BEING, WAGE RATES, AND MIGRATION -- INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL WORK: APPLYING IFSW PRINCIPLES AND TAKING ACTION -- SOCIAL PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: APPLYING STANDARDS FROM THE UN UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
SOCIAL ACTION AND TRANSFORMATIVE ORGANIZING: THE ANTIGLOBALIZATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENTS AND THE STRUGGLE FOR DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD -- THE IMPLICATIONS OF A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE FOR SOCIAL WORK AND COMMUNITY PRACTICE -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS -- 15. Future Directions in Community Organizing: Where Do We Go From Here? -- THE APPLICATION OF TECHNOLOGICAL APPROACHES VERSUS INTERPERSONAL SKILLS FOR RECRUITING PEOPLE AND SUSTAINING INVOLVEMENT IN COMMUNITY PRACTICE -- SOCIAL WORK'S COMMITMENT TO SOCIAL JUSTICE AND COMMUNITY PRACTICE -- FUTURE DIRECTIONS AND MODELS OF COMMUNITY PRACTICE -- DEVELOPING AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE IN SOCIAL JUSTICE ORGANIZING -- SUMMARY -- EXERCISES AND ASSIGNMENTS -- References -- Index
Community organization has been a major component of social work practice since the late 19th century. It requires a diverse set of abilities, interpersonal skills being among the most important. This textbook describes the essential interpersonal skills that social workers need in community practice and helps students cultivate them. Drawing from empirical literature on community social work practice and the author's own experience working with community organizers, the book focuses on developing the macro-level skills that are especially useful for community organizing. It covers relationship-building, interviewing, recruitment, community assessment, facilitating group decision-making and task planning, creating successful interventions, working with organizations, and program evaluation, along with examples of specific applications. For clarity and ease of use, the author employs a framework drawn from a variety of community practice models, including social action and social planning, transformative/popular education and community development approaches, and multicultural and feminist approaches. The text is linked to the competencies outlined in the Council of Social Work Education's (2008) Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS), as well as ethics and values identified in the National Association of Social Workers' (NASW) Code of Ethics, and the International Federation of Social Workers' statement of ethical principles. Most chapters begin with a quote from a community organizer explaining how interpersonal skills are used in practice, and student exercises conclude each chapter. The text also addresses other important skills such as legislative advocacy, lobbying, and supervision. Key Features:.: Describes the essential skills social workers need in community practice and how to acquire them; Includes examples of specific
applications drawn from empirical literature and the author's experience working with community organizers; Grounded in social justice, strengths-based, and human rights perspectives; Linked to competencies outlined in EPAS and values identified in the NASW Code of Ethics; Based on a variety of community practice models
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Hardina, Donna Interpersonal Social Work Skills for Community Practice New York : Springer Publishing Company,c2012 9780826108111
主題 Community-based social services.;Interpersonal relations.;Social skills
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