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BSHS/325 week 5

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Transcript of BSHS/325 week 5

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Human Service Interactions in Terms of Macro Systems
Team B
BSHS/325 Lillian Fillpot
October 2nd, 2013

Overview
•Describe the concept of personal, interpersonal, and political empowerment.
•Explain an individual’s involvement in multiple social systems—micro, mezzo, and macro—at work in the environment.
•Discuss the macro system response to child maltreatment, sexual abuse, crime, and delinquency.
•Compare and contrast the application of functionalism and interactionist theory to poverty.
•Describe the role and responsibility of the human service worker in the macro environment.

Describe the concept of personal, interpersonal, and political empowerment.
Personal Empowerment: Comes from within the Individual.
Interpersonal Empowerment: One or More Persons Make a Decision.
Political Empowerment: Government Working to Help.

Macro system response to child maltreatment, sexual abuse, crime, and delinquency
Child abuse is an act by a parent, caregiver or any other adult that threatens a child's development.
Four types of child maltreatment; physical, emotional, sexual, and child neglect
Call CPS
Allow the child to spend time away for the parent for awhile by visiting a neighbor or playing outside
Call the school


Describe the role and responsibility of the human service worker in the macro environment
Social workers
Deal with cases involving wide ranging decisions
-changing needs of society as a whole
Identify, study and analyze
-View individuals within their family and community to see how there is multiple influences in someone’s life
May work for politicians, city planners and community members
Must be an empathetic listener and effective communicator

Conclusion
Concept of personal, interpersonal, and political empowerment
Micro, mezzo, and macro systems
Macro system response to child maltreatment, sexual abuse, crime, and delinquency
Compare and contrast the application of functionalism and interactionist theory to poverty
Role and responsibility of the human service worker in the macro environment
Understanding the spectrum of social work practice
Working with the individuals
Working with families or small groups
Working with Agencies, Organizations, Communities, and groups of people

“A condition that is not limited to a specific set of values but can vary infinitely within a continuum”

Social worker needs…
A key component of a client is…
Understanding the client on personal basis by doing a…

References
Dale, O., Smith, R., Norlin, J. M., & Chess, W. A. (2009). Human behavior and the social environment: Social systems theory (6th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson.

Zastrow, C. H., & Kirst-Ashman, K. K. (2010). Understanding human behavior and the social environment (8th ed.). Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.

National Board for Certified Counselors – International (2012). Mental Health Facilitator. Greensboro, NC:
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