SW 2110 -2

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  1. T or F
    Rural families have less income than urban families.
    True
  2. T or F
    Bedroom communities are a type of rural community.
    True
  3. T or F
    In rural areas, social welfare programs are more likely to be offered by private human service agencies/providers.
    False
  4. T or F
    Religion and spirituality are the same thing.
    False
  5. T or F
    Class action social work only helps a few people at a time.
    False
  6. T or F
    Conflict gangs tend to be more "turf" oriented
    True
  7. T or F
    Governements cannot be agents of acts of terrorism
    False
  8. T or F
    According to Ronald Bullis, spirituality and social work are natural allies.
    True
  9. T or F
    DARE or GREAT would be an example of tertiary prevention.
    False
  10. T or F
    One reason males are attracted to juvenile gangs is the gang provides male role models to young men raised in female dominated households.
    True
  11. Compared to urban families, rural families are likely to have all except which of the following characteristics?
    a- have an older average age
    b- be less educated
    c- experience higher rates of poverty
    d- more foreign born people
    d- more foreign born people
  12. Spirituality is concerned with
    a- the precepts about God held by a specific denomination
    b- belief in the presence of spirits guiding one's decisions in life
    c- beliefs that give meaning to and influence a person's life, independent of religion
    d- all of the above
    c- beliefs that give meaning to and influence a person's life, independent of religion
  13. There are four (4) types of gangs identified in the US. They include which of the following?
    a- Cult/occult gangs
    b- mutual gangs
    c- entrepreneur gangs
    d- none of the above
    a- Cult/occult gangs
  14. Primary prevention relates to
    a- the treatment of an individual's problems
    b- rehabilitation or efforts to help a client return to a normal lifestyle
    c- efforts to keep problems from occurring in the first place
    d- a method of social work that occurs after an intervention has been unsuccessful
    c- efforts to keep problems from occurring in the first place
  15. Class action social work
    a- allows social workers to work between different social and economic classes
    b- relates to a social workers going to schools to conduct class discussions
    c- affords social work an avenue to file legal suits on behalf of groups of clients
    d- is practiced primarily by social workers in government supported positions
    c- affords social work an avenue to file legal suits on behalf of groups of clients
  16. Retreatist gangs are known for
    a- retreating from the police when confronted
    b- retreating strategically from other gangs when attacked
    c- retreating into drugs
    d- retreating into reigious experiences
    c- retreating into drugs
  17. Programs that promote social change through public education are best described as"
    a- community action programs
    b- class action social work
    c- empowerment programs
    d- prevention programs
    d- prevention programs
  18. Frequently used social work competencies include all but the following:
    a- case planning and maintenance
    b- knowledge of delivery systems
    c- research and policy development
    d- none of the above
    c- research and policy development
  19. Group work knowledge and skills can be appropriately used for
    a- therapy
    b- training
    c- social action
    d- all of the above
    d- all of the above
  20. The al-Qaeda is considered what kind of gang?
    a- wannabe
    b- soft core
    c- moderate core
    d- hard core
    d- hard core
  21. In your own words, briefly explain the role religion and spirituality have played in American social welfare, past and present.
    Spirituality and social work have been historically and philosophically connected since the beginning of social work. The original social work programs were religion or spirituality-based, like churches or sinagogues. In more recent times there is a debate on the intertwining of spirituality and social work. No matter where one stands on this issue, one must acknowledge that the knowledge of religions is important to social work so that as social workers we do not discriminate or offend our clients of different religions or spiritual beliefs.
  22. What is the difference between religion and spirituality. Give an example of each.
    • Religion is a belief system based on an institution, such as Christianity.
    • Spirituality is the search of sense in relation to oneself, others and the universe, such as agnostic.
  23. Define class action social work. Give an example how you could apply this approach with a vulnerable population.
    Litigation based social work for the betterment of a group suffering from the same injustice. An example of the applicaiton of this approach in the Nacacio v. US INS, where Hispanic people were being unjustly interrogated.
  24. Define terrorism and give an example of a) domestic terrorism and b) international terrorism.
    • Terrorism takes fear and turns it inot intimidation.
    • Domestic terrorism is the unabomber.
    • International terrorism is the 9/11 attacks.
  25. In your own words, discuss ways that social work can be beneficial to the service memebers and veterans of the armed forces, as well as their families.
    • Social work can be beneficial to service members by providing knowledge and guidance. The knowledge provided can be on coping techniques, services needed, injuries and diseases. The guidance provided can be connecting the service member with varying speciality agencies or companies ranging from money management to prostetic manufacturers.
    • Social work can be beneficial to service members' families by providing knowledge and guidance as well. The knowledge provided can be helping the families understand what changed their service memeber. The guidance provided can be connecting the families with counseling to assist in coping with the changes to their SM.
  26. Explain the difference between primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention. Give an example of each.
    • Primary prevention is not allowing a social or personal issue to occur in the first place. An example of this is DARE, which tries to reach children by educating them on the hazards of substance abuse.
    • Secondary prevention is an attempt of not allowing social or personal issues to spread and grow. An example of this is AA or rehab which treats addicts and aids them in the getting sober stage and continues to provide support in the sobriety stage.
    • Tertiary prevention is helping people cope of get a handle on social or personal issues that are out of their control, like the loss of a limb or a loved one. An example of this would be group counseling particularly in VA hospitals helping SM, especially war veterans, cope with PTSD, loss of limb or limbs, or dealing with pressures of returning home after being away.

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