1. Discretionary release is granted by ________.
2. Ethos uses responsible research practices and fair use of appeals to establish _________________.
3. _____ is/are the second leading cause of death in adolescence.
4. Antipsychotic drugs are the major tranquilizers, which include all of the following except _______.
5. _______ is an attempt to manage anxiety by imitating the behavior of someone feared or respected.
6. In the province of quebec, canada, discrimination on the basis of ___________ is prohibited.
7. One of the most effective strategies for resisting drugs is simply to __________.
8. Customer intelligence or ________ provides enlightening information to marketing professionals.
9. ________ means the message has a tendency to mislead, confuse, or deceive the public.
10. _____ involves placing banner ads on a social networking web site.
11. Many companies are using ________ to capture updated product features and specifications.
12. The risk of "wrongful termination" lawsuits is reduced with careful _________________.
13. Chambliss's research on the saints and the roughnecks is an example of __________.
14. On average, girls reach puberty __________ boys.
15. The death of more than 1,000 garment workers in a bangladeshi sweatshop shows that ________
16. The specific element or object whose characteristics are going to be described or explained, and it is the data researchers collect, is known as elemental analysis
17. Transformational politics coveys the idea that _______ is required to chart a course and focus on a future that is empowering for all.
18. Social movements have resulted in significant increases in __________ for consumers who were previously marginalized.
19. Social entrepreneur is an individual who is instrumental in facilitating the creation of a new social service organization.
20. Social advocacy involves forming alliances with advocacy organizations and _______ groups
21. __________ analysis is a technique to understand behavior by using math or statistics, measurement, and research.
22. Quantitative analysis describes, evaluates, and explains phenomena
23. Inferential methods analyze and summarize data to make _______ about a larger body of data.
24. ________ methods analyze and summarize data to describe what is found in an existing data set.
25. Constructivism is a paradigm or worldview that posits learning is an active, constructive process.
26. The notion that access to the Internet is a basic right that everyone should have worldwide is termed as
27. Universal networking means using social media to connect and interact with others.
28. Social media includes _________ that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking.
29. The act of secluding oneself or specific information about oneself is called
30. Intersectionality of technological innovations is addressing the diversity between technological inventions, excluding which communities have access to them and why.
31. Informed consent is a consent given with full knowledge of potential
32. Ethical standards refers to rules intended to generate trust, good behavior, equality, dignity, truthfulness, fairness, and kindness.
33. Rules that one must follow regarding sending and receiving e-mails are called
34. Dual relationships include
35. The important notion that social workers must keep any information about their consumers private unless there is a need to know is called
36. Nonplace community is based on
37. Mutual-aid groups are groups of people who work together to develop supportive and trustworthy relationships
38. Mediating Structures are _______ that serve as a buffer in between individuals and larger institutions, organizations, or communities.
39. Groups of people living in a defined geographic location are called nonplace communities
40. Community well-being refers to _______ conditions a community establishes that will allow for the community to be successful
41. Community-based practice emphasizes how ________ provide a network of care, support, membership, and celebration.
42. Community organizing refers to uniting a community through ___________ to work together to solve social problems.
43. Community building is the process of improving a community based on its
44. Community-based service delivery means providing services to ______ where they live and interact with others.
45. Groups of people with a common characteristic or interest living together within a larger society is called
46. _______ refers to working together in partnership to achieve a stated goal.
47. When considering the research processes for macro social work, most often the social worker will resemble the values and cultural mores of the population for which they are seeking social change.
48. The most valuable form of evidence for macro social work practice comes from quantitative research.
49. When reporting research findings, social work researchers who seek to cocreate “truth” by sharing results with participant consumers are operating from a/an ______ perspective.
50. ______ is a macro practice technique that uses a series of structured steps to gather consumer responses, discuss ideas, and establish priorities.
51. ______ is a process where macro social workers work alongside consumers and citizens to assess community needs and strengths as well as write proposals and reports for local officials.
52. Ethical social work practice involving research is primarily about ______.
53. Macro practice research that involves measurement techniques uses ______ analysis.
54. ______ research in macro practice applies inductive reasoning to deepen understanding into the context of groups, organizations, and communities.
55. The unit of analysis in macro social work research is typically ______.
56. ____ refers to applying clinical evidence and research to inform decisions at all system levels of social work practice.
57. Even with the surge of emphasis on technology in social work practice, there currently is minimal research on how technology can shape macro social work practice.
58. Social work as a profession is rooted in traditional forms of communication and delivering services making it naturally resistant to integrating technology.
59. The Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare has included a topic on harnessing Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for the social good in the ______.
60. Digital technology has increased the ethical consideration of dual relationships in social work practice because of ______.
61. When considering clients’ privacy and confidentiality, social workers should do which of the following?
62. The supportive environment of the APPM promotes technological creativity in the context of ______.
63. When applying the advocacy practice and policy model (APPM) related to technology, social workers advocate for ______ to promote economic and social justice.
64. Which of the following is an important consideration for e-mail etiquette?
65. When consulting websites for macro practice, social workers must assess the ______ of the website content.
66. Social workers who remain up-to-date on technologies affecting groups, communities, and organizations demonstrate which approach to integrating technology with practice?
67. To enhance the coordination of services at a neighborhood level, it is acceptable to share consumer information without written consent.
68. The advocacy practice and policy model considers a person’s environment to include the surrounding social systems and the natural resources.
69. Which community practice strategy involves collaborating to build strengths and reduce power differentials?
70. According to the text, what two movements in the 1960s contributed to the evolution of macro social work and community practice?
71. In the early 1900s, the ______ provided a systematic way to coordinate the service delivery and operations of many small charities.
72. A social worker serving as a ______ maintains a neutral position while seeking to resolve conflicts within individual, group, organizational, and community systems.
73. ______ entails catalyzing a community’s innate abilities and assets to address challenges.
74. For geographic communities, a key feature that increases human engagement and sharing is ______.
75. A ______ is a nongeographic community where members share a particular life condition.
76. In contrast to communities, societies are characterized by ______.
77. Research literacy critically evaluate_____Literature.
78. Quantitative research process flow measure of _____.
79. Qualitative research focuses on data in the form of _______
80. _______ social work roles are practical ways social workers assume to improve the functioning of large systems.
81. Macro social work functions are practical roles social work professionals engage in to facilitate the healthy well-being of
82. Feedback means transmitting information about the _____ of an action.
83. ________ education is training taken by social workers and other professionals who have already completed the formal education required to enter the field.
84. Conscious use of self is a term defining the social worker as the __________ purposely used to promote change with client systems.
85. Any individual development process starts with the employees carrying out a ________ of their competencies
86. Assessing macro social work is to determine and measure the ________ of a social work professional’s interventions with large systems.
87. Strengths perspective is a way of practicing social work by acknowledging the strengths, skills, ideas, and possibilities of all
88. Social, economic, and environmental justice is a set of moral principles that encompass equal and equitable opportunities for all individuals
89. Principles of selectivity in social work practice reflect philosophical frameworks
90. Power elites have influence over entities
91. In Political leanings right is described as more progressive in ideology with leanings toward socialism.
92. Human rights refers to the opportunities, liberties, and capabilities deemed to be necessarily available for all humans.
93. Historic social work values imply that people have the right to be respected
94. Advocacy strategies are ideas and approaches designed to influence
95. Representing, defending, and organizing around the needs and rights of individuals, small groups, communities, and organizations is called
96. Activism refers to efforts and activities attempting to
97. The research team approach allows for the experiences and awareness of _________ to come forward in evaluating the effect, or potential effect(s), of large-scale social change.
98. Program monitoring measures the extent to which a program reaches its
99. The process whereby all participants (especially consumers) are afforded opportunities to reflect on programs, projects, and policies; the mission and aims of the organization is called
100. Grounded research is an inductive process where _________ is derived from data.
Human Behavior (Person and Environment)
Corrections and Punishments
Race and Ethnicity
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