Human Behavior in the Social Environment

ISBN-10: 0073202584

ISBN-13: 9780073202587

Edition: 2006

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Book details

List price: $107.50
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date: 8/25/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 350
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 1e
Preface
Theory: The Foundation of Social Work Defining Human Behavior in the Social Environment Relating Knowledge of Human Behavior to Other Social Work Content Areas
Using This Book to Think About Human Development and Social Work Practice
Lenses for Conceptualizing Problems and Interventions: The Person in the Environment Micro, Mezzo, and Macro Levels of Conceptualization
The Biopsychosocial Approach Systems Theory Ecological Theory
The Strengths Perspective
Lenses for Conceptualizing Problems and Interventions: Biopsychosocial Dimensions
The Disease Model Theories of Cognitive Development Psychodynamic Theories Behavioral and Learning Theories
Humanistic and Existential Perspectives
Lenses for Conceptualizing Problems and Interventions: Sociocultural Dimensions
Sociological Theories
Feminist Theory Cultural Perspectives
Lenses for Conceptualizing Problems and Interventions: Social Change Dimensions
Theories of Racism, Discrimination, and Oppression
Social and Economic Justice Perspectives
Social Change and Social Action Perspectives
Community Organization Theory
Pre-Pregnancy and Prenatal Issues Developmental Milestones in the Fetus Pregnancy, Birth, and the Individual Pregnancy, Birth, and the Family and Immediate Environment Pregnancy, Birth, and the Larger Social Environment
Development in Infancy and Early Childhood Developmental Milestones in Infants and Young Children
The Individual in Infancy and Early Childhood
The Family and Immediate Environment in Infancy and Early Childhood
The Larger Social Environment in Infancy and Early Childhood
Development in Middle Childhood Developmental Milestones in Older Children
The Individual in Middle Childhood
The Family and Immediate Environment in Middle Childhood
The Larger Social Environment in Middle Childhood
Development in Adolescence Developmental Milestones in the Teen Years
The Individual in Adolescence
The Family and Immediate Environment in Adolescence
The Larger Social Environment in Adolescence
Development in Early Adulthood Developmental Milestones in Young Adults
The Individual in Early Adulthood
The Family and Immediate Environment in Early Adulthood
The Larger Social Environment in Early Adulthood
Development in Middle Adulthood Developmental Milestones in Middle Age
The Individual in Middle Adulthood
The Family and Immediate Environment in Middle Adulthood
The Larger Social Environment in Middle Adulthood: Ageism
Development in Later Adulthood Developmental Milestones in Older Adults Psychological Changes
The Individual in Late Adulthood
The Family and Immediate Environment in Late Adulthood
The Larger Social Environment in Late Adulthood
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