Social Work and Law: Judicial Policy and Forensic Practice by Sunny Harris Rome
Helping social workers understand how to work in a complex legal environment. Social law and labor expose students to the ways in which social work and law intersect. Students will…
Social Work and Law synopsis
Helping social workers understand how to work in a complex legal environment. Sociallaw and labor expose students to the ways in which social work and law intersect.
Students will explore the contributions of the judiciary to important socialpolicy issues and the knowledge that social workers need to participate effectively in the judicial process. The Pre-Trial Unit provides basic legal concepts, describes the work of the court system, and engages strategies to avoid misconduct.
The modules cover a variety of subjects to give the instructor options for their training course and allow students to study their interests. These include issues relating to children, domestic violence and the elderly, the death penalty, health, discrimination, gay rights, the rights of students and immigrants.
When the book is finished, readers will be able to: Understand how social workers work within the complex legal environment Determine the role of law in shaping human experience and explore how qualified social work can affect processes and legal outcomes Learn how law and social action intersect with specific groups Of the population and areas of practice Evaluate the compatibility of judicial decisions with the values of social work and ethics, with an understanding of the basis of judicial decisions and the reasons for their divergence from decision-making on social action Distinction between case law and law The legislative, and understand the role of each of them, and how to recognize the contribution of the dynamic interactions in the development of socialpolicy
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