1. How does focusing on competence and strengths rather than focusing on on deficits and pathologies affect social work practitioners' and clients notions about human and social needs and social fuctioning?
2. Describe the relationship between the principle of social justice and the social welfare instituion.
3. Compare and contrast the activities of the settlement house workers to those of the charity organizations.
4. Explain the concept of person:enviornment from an ecosystem point of view.
5. Describe the advantages and disadvantages of privatization social service delivery.
6. Describe the ethical principles behind each of the following core social work values: Service, social justice, dignity and worth of the person, and importance of human relations.
7. What remnants of social Darwinism persist in social welfare policies and in the attitudes of the general public about social welfare?
8. Identify five was social workers can increase their cultural competence for practice with diverse populations and five ways agencies can refelct cultural competence in their programs and in the agency itself.