Readings Analysis and Reflection

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Identify the main points of each reading using ten bulletin points for each article b) assumptions the author/s make in addressing the topic; c) evidence the author/s use to support their conclusions; d) why the content is significant for social policy and social work; e) thoughts you have about the topic or the author/s approach to it.Explain the role language & values play in influencing perceptions of social issues;

  • Distinguish whether viewpoints locate the cause of problems in individuals or in the environment;
  • Critically assess why and how urbanization, industrialization and immigration contributed to the development of social welfare policy;
  • Evaluate whether and how Flexner’s statement on social work & the two crises in social work described by Ehrenreich helped shape the current profession;
  • Compare and contrast the approaches of the Charity Organization Societies with that of Settlement Houses;
  • Be able to explain and evaluate the concept of American Exceptionalism and its influence on social policy

Listed are the articles that need to be used for this assigment:

Flexner, A. (1915). Is social work a profession? Retrieve from http://www.socialwelfarehistory.com/programs/is-social-work-a-profession-1915/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

  • Ehrenreich, J. (1985). The Crisis in Social Work, 1929-1945. Chapter 4 in The Altruistic Imagination: A History of Social Work and Social Policy in the United States. New York: Cornell University Press.
  • Ehrenreich_Crisis in social work.pdf
  • Ehrenreich, J. (1985). A House Divided: The Second Crisis in Social Work, 1960-1980. Chapter 7 in The Altruistic Imagination: A History of Social Work and Social Policy in the United States. New York: Cornell University Press.
  • Ehrenreich_A House Divided.pdf
  • Ryan, W. (1976). The Art of Savage Discovery: How to Blame the Victim. Blaming the victim. Pantheon Books, 3-29.
  • Ryan_Art of Savage Discovery.pdf
  • Lakoff, G. (2014). Framing 101: how to take back public discourse. In G. Lakoff, Don’t think of an elephant: know your values and frame the debate, (p. 3-34). White River Jct., VT: Chelsea Green.
  • 1 701 Lakoff, G. (2004). Framing 101 How to take back public discourse.pdf
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