4 edition of Violence against social workers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -173) and index.
|Statement||Dan Norris ; with University of Sussex National Research Study by Carol Kedward.|
|LC Classifications||HV40.8.G7 N67 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||176 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||91105979|
An Introduction to Social Problems, Social Welfare Organizations, and the Profession of Social Work N o one we know starts out life wanting to be a substance abuser or to be poor. Most of us want to be lucky, cool, rich, and successful. Some of us are, fortunately, but many of us aren’t. Domestic violence is a major public health issue that affects everyone. It has far reaching implications in many domains of those affected especially children. It affects all parts of a family system and individuals. Domestic violence can be subtle such as controlling money, name calling, and isolating just to name a few. It also has a more dangerous and obvious side which many people.
Violence and Victims is a peer-reviewed journal featuring cutting-edge and evidence-based studies of theory, research, policy, and clinical practice related to all forms and types of interpersonal violence Price: $ towards social workers is often prompted by stress and worry caused by problems facing service users and their families. Nevertheless, it is essential that social workers can work free from intimidation, threats and violence. As well as detailing the types of incidents encountered by social workers and.
The Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence has information for social workers, victims, and other people who would like to get involved and contribute their time to dealing with domestic abuse. Social workers throughout the state can use the site to tap into local resources to advance the cause of eliminating domestic abuse. This book is part of the Research Highlights in Social Work Series. A primary aim is to ensure that social workers and those in related fields have access to current issues concerning violence against women in order to inform : Barbara Fawcett.
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Violence Against Women: Current Theory and Practice in Domestic Abuse, Sexual Violence and Exploitation (Research Highlights 56) (Research Highlights in Social Work) [Lombard, Nancy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Violence Against Women: Current Theory and Practice in Domestic Abuse, Sexual Violence and Exploitation (Research Highlights 56) (Research Highlights in Social 5/5(2). This article examines issues of violence against social work staff in England and Wales.
Although there is a good representation of work addressing how individuals can best try to cope for themselves when confronted with violence, there is little published material that refers specifically to agency strategies that can best support workers in the front line of service by: "Violence against Social Workers" looks at the effect of how they work, their attitudes to clients and the problems caused by poor or undirected management and insufficient resources and information.
The book also includes an important profile of present practice in dealing with violence against social workers, based on questionnaires sent to directors of social services and chief probation officers.4/5(2).
Social Work and Family Violence focuses on child abuse, partner violence, and elder abuse- three incredibly important facets to social work today. Content in the book is designed to be applicable for both bachelor’s and master’s-level social work students.
who are survivors of IPV. Social workers have long been providers of essential services to survivors of IPV and to their children.
Social Work’s Role in Responding to Intimate Partner Violence Intimate partner violence (IPV), also referred to as domestic violence, is a serious and persistent life-threatening criminal and public health problem. Corresponding Author: Sarah McMahon, Center on Violence Against Women and Children, Rutgers University School of Social Work, George Street, New Brunswick, NJUSA Email: [email protected] Sarah McMahon, PhD, is the associate director and an assistant professor at the Center on Violence Against Women and Children, Rutgers University School of Social Work, Cited by: Violence against social workers has become an inherent risk of the profession and undeniably one that needs to be addressed on a national scope.
Social workers are frequently sent alone and unarmed to dangerous situations in neighborhoods that police do not enter without a partner and a gun. What is workplace violence. Workplace violence is violence or the threat of violence against workers.
It can occur at or outside the workplace and can range from threats and verbal abuse to physical assaults and homicide, one of the leading causes of job-related deaths. However it manifests itself, workplace violence is a growing concern for.
Domestic violence affects all areas of social work. This book shows how social workers can intervene in everyday practice with victims, their families and perpetrators of domestic abuse. It provides students with knowledge of theory, research and policy to put directly in practice across a variety of legal and service-user contexts.
Confronting Sexism and Violence against Women: A Challenge for Social Work [Stout, Karen D., McPhail, Beverly] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Confronting Sexism and Violence against Women: A Challenge for Social WorkCited by: the Violence Against Women Act, and the Older American’s Act); various types of violence (e.g., physical and psychological); and prevalence reports.
Two separate chapters focus on identifying and investigating areas of family violence for which social workers are mandated reporters—chapter 3 on child abuse and chapter 15 on elder by: Domestic violence affects all areas of social work.
This book shows how social workers can intervene in everyday practice with victims, their families and perpetrators of domestic abuse. Violence against social workers is still being regarded as “just part of the job” and not being treated seriously, a survey by Community Care has revealed.
In Community Care’s online survey of social workers, 85% said they had been physically assaulted, verbally. To competently serve families, social work students must understand the theories and issues surrounding family violence.
This innovative textbook comprehensively discusses three types of family violence: child abuse and maltreatment, intimate partner violence, and elder abuse/5. Structured Intervention to Address Domestic Abuse (SIADA), which this workbook is based on, is a a piece of work which aims to address the behaviour of perpetrators of Domestic Abuse against partners or ex partners.
It can be delivered on an individual or small group basis. Violence against social care workers composite report: Summary of research viii Executive summary Introduction Skills for Care (SfC) were asked to consider the following questions posed by the Workforce Division within the Department of Health (DH): 1.
What are the trends and current prevalence of violence against social care and support staff. A discussion on the incidence and nature of violence against social workers. The book examines the effect of how they work, their attitudes to clients and the problems caused by insufficient Read more.
Violence can occur in any workplace and among any type of worker, but the risk for fatal violence is greater for workers in sales, protective services, and transportation, while the risk for nonfatal violence resulting in days away from work is greatest for healthcare and social assistance workers.
with social workers for minimizing women’s needs and using impartiality as a way to avoid taking a stand against violence (Eisikovits & Buchbinder, ).File Size: KB. Violence against social workers is a significant problem and can lead to a social worker being ineffective in practice (Spencer & Munch, ).
If we truly want to take care of our clients, we must change our thinking to also include taking care of ourselves. Social work responses to domesti c violence in the context of child protection. In M. McCluskey & C.
Hooper (Eds.), Psychodynamic perspectives on abuse (pp. ). London: Jessica : Anna Fairtlough.Social Work & Human Services; Sociology; Study Skills; Religion; Social Work: Domestic Violence. Family Violence From a Global Perspective. It Could Happen to Anyone. Companion Reader on Violence Against Women.
Sourcebook on Violence Against Women. Domestic Violence Advocacy. I Am Not Your Victim.dowry related cruelty etc, are other form of violence against women in addition to domestic violence. The common elements in all these types of violence against women are gender and power.'" Ahuja, Ram, 'Violence against Women",p.
Misra,Preeli, "Domestic Violence Against Women:Legal Control and Judicial Responses".p. File Size: 2MB.