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Test Bank For Dimensions of Human Behavior Person and Environment 6th Edition By Elizabeth D. Hutchison, ISBN: 9781544339290, ISBN: 9781544379715, ISBN: 9781544356129

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Test Bank For Dimensions of Human Behavior Person and Environment 6th Edition By D. Hutchison

Test Bank For Dimensions of Human Behavior Person and Environment 6th Edition By Elizabeth D. Hutchison, ISBN: 9781544339290, ISBN: 9781544379715, ISBN: 9781544356129

Table Of Content

Case Studies
Preface
Acknowledgments
PART I A MULTIDIMENSIONAL APPROACH FOR MULTIFACETED SOCIAL WORK
Chapter 1. Human Behavior: A Multidimensional Approach

Chapter Outline

Learning Objectives

Human Behavior: Individual and Collective

A Multidimensional Approach

Diversity, Inequality, and the Pursuit of Social Justice: A Global Perspective

Elizabeth Hutchison, Cory Cummings, Leanne Charlesworth

Knowing and Doing

Scientific Knowledge: Theory and Research

Organization of the Book

Implications for Social Work Practice

Key Terms

Active Learning

Web Resources

Chapter 2. Theoretical Perspectives on Human Behavior

Chapter Outline

Learning Objectives

Multiple Perspectives for a Multidimensional Approach

Systems Perspective

Conflict Perspective

Stephen Gilson

Exchange and Choice Perspective

Social Constructionist Perspective

Psychodynamic Perspective

Developmental Perspective

Behavioral Perspective

Joseph Walsh

Humanistic Perspective

The Merits of Multiple Perspectives

Implications for Social Work Practice

Key Terms

Active Learning

Web Resources

Joseph Walsh
PART II THE MULTIPLE DIMENSIONS OF PERSON
Chapter 3. The Biological Person

Chapter Outline

Learning Objectives

An Integrative Approach for Understanding the Intersection of Interior Biological Health and Illness and Exterior Environmental Factors

Systems Taxonomy: Six Interior Environment Systems

Ecobiodevelopmental Framework to Understand the Relationship Between Interior Health and Exterior Environments

Michael Sheridan

Implications for Social Work Practice

Key Terms

Active Learning

Web Resources

Chapter 4. The Psychological Person: Cognition, Emotion, and Self

Chapter Outline

Learning Objectives

Cognition and Emotion

Theories of Cognition

Theories of Emotion

Cognitive/Emotional “Disorders”

The Self

Implications for Social Work Practice

Key Terms

Elizabeth Hutchison, Linwood Cousins

Active Learning

Web Resources

Chapter 5. The Psychosocial Person: Relationships, Stress, and Coping

Chapter Outline

Learning Objectives

The Self in Relationships

The Concept of Stress

Coping and Adaptation

Normal and Abnormal Coping

Implications for Social Work Practice

Key Terms

Active Learning

Web Resources

Chapter 6. The Spiritual Person

Chapter Outline

Learning Objectives

The Spiritual Dimension

Theories of Spiritual Development

The Role of Spirituality in Social Work

Implications for Social Work Practice

Key Terms

Active Learning

Elizabeth Cramer

Web Resources

PART III THE MULTIPLE DIMENSIONS OF ENVIRONMENT
Chapter 7. The Physical Environment

Chapter Outline

Learning Objectives

Theories of Human Behavior and the Physical Environment

The Natural Environment

The Built Environment

Place Attachment

Homelessness

Accessible Environments for Persons With Disabilities

Implications for Social Work Practice

Key Terms

Active Learning

Web Resources

Chapter 8. Cultures

Chapter Outline

Learning Objectives

What Is Culture?

Theories of Culture

Major Concepts in the Study of Culture

Ethnocentrism and Cultural Relativism

Culture and Power

Genes and Culture

Digital Culture

How Culture Changes

Implications for Social Work Practice

Key Terms

Active Learning

Web Resources

Chapter 9. Social Structure and Social Institutions: Global and National

Chapter Outline

Learning Objectives

Patterns of Social Life

Contemporary Trends in Global and U.S. Social Institutions

Theories of Social Inequality

Implications for Social Work Practice

Key Terms

Active Learning

Web Resources

Chapter 10. Families

Chapter Outline

Learning Objectives

Family Defined

The Family in Historical Perspective

Theoretical Perspectives for Understanding Families

Diversity in Family Life

Challenges to Family Life

Implications for Social Work Practice

Key Terms

Active Learning

Web Resources

Chapter 11. Small Groups

Chapter Outline

Learning Objectives

Small Groups in Social Work

Dimensions of Group Structure

Group Composition

Basic Group Processes

Interdisciplinary Teams and Leadership

Implications for Social Work Practice

Key Terms

Active Learning

Web Resources

Chapter 12. Formal Organizations

Chapter Outline

Learning Objectives

A Definition of Formal Organizations

Perspectives on Formal Organizations

Burnout: A Negative Organizational Outcome

Social Work and Formal Organizations

Social Work Leadership in Formal Organizations

Culturally Sensitive Care Systems

Implications for Social Work Practice

Key Terms

Active Learning

Web Resources

Chapter 13. Communities

Chapter Outline

Learning Objectives

A Definition of Community

Territorial Community and Relational Community

Social Workers and Communities: Our History

Theoretical Approaches to Community

Social Workers and Communities: Contemporary Issues

Implications for Social Work Practice

Key Terms

Active Learning

Web Resources

Chapter 14. Social Movements

Chapter Outline

Learning Objectives

A Definition of Social Movements

Social Movements and the History of Social Work

Perspectives on Social Movements

Social Movement Outcomes

Social Movement Trends

Social Movements and Contemporary Social Work

Implications for Social Work Practice

Key Terms

Active Learning

Web Resources

Glossary
References
Index
About the Author
About the Contributors