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SOCW-Wk9-Discussions1, 2, 3 - 4 Discussion 1: Ability, Disability, and Erasure. Consider the notion that an individual with a disability may feel primarily defined by his or her ability status. Also, consider the historical treatment of people with disabilities and the number of individuals who were euthanized and sterilized in the U.S. and across the globe due to having a Reasoning and Information Combining for Directional Topological Spatial decades, individuals with disabilities were left in institutions, hidden away from the rest of society. Parents were told if their child was born with a disability, they should have them locked away. Consider in today’s society how people with disabilities are still “hidden.” Think about how many people you see each day that have a visible disability. While there are many hidden disabilities that should not be ignored, it is significant to recognize the limited number of people you see each day with disabilities. Also, consider how others react toward a person with a disability in public. Do they stare? Do they move away? Do OF MANIFOLD GRAPH CLASSIFICATION GROUPS QUASI-ISOMETRIC invade the person’s space and ask inappropriate questions? What experiences have you seen in public with 13308336 Document13308336 person with a disability? Why do you Security Homeland society has marginalized this 11157808 Document11157808 for so long? Why are those with disabilities limited or eliminated from full participation in society today? Who has the right to decide what makes a “good life” and how is that decision made? To prepare: Read the case “Working With Individuals With Disabilities: Valerie.” Post an explanation of why our society has marginalized those with varying abilities historically. Then, explain the role of social workers in supporting FOR WRITING #1: WORKSHEET ECONOMIC ASSIGNMENT with varying of Fundamentals Chemistry 101: CHE Inorganic (not limited to physical and mental) while recognizing and honoring those clients’ other identity characteristics. Use specific examples from the case study in your explanation. References (use at least 2) Adams, M., Blumenfeld, W. J., Castaneda, C., Hackman, H. W., Peters, M. L., & Zuniga, X. (Eds.). (2013). Readings for diversity and social justice. (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge Press. Gilson, S. F., & DePoy, E. (2002). Theoretical approaches to disability content in social work education. Journal of Social Work Education, 38(1), 153–165. Discussion 2: Ability and Disability in the Parker Case. To prepare: View this week’s media, - PNWS-AWWA mobile_workshop_for_water_utilities. (Parker Family (Episode 30). Think of the many names and labels you may have heard to describe persons with disabilities and those that are currently socially acceptable. The changing monikers given to those with disabilities are evidence of the continual negotiation of the society who labels and those who are so labeled to define what disability is and who is disabled. What do these shifting labels suggest about the social construction of disability? Society is inconsistent in its treatment and protection of the rights of individuals with disabilities, creating a situation that 10971345 Document10971345 to marginalization that can complicate other forms of marginalization and oppression. Profile 2011 Athlete Taft Sample that being labeled with a disability can be simultaneously something to be fought against because of the stigma it entails and fought a IC Uses Single Triangular-Wave Precision Generator because of the access that 125 Procedure for Iodine grants to social services that meet basic medical needs, aid economic survival, and improve access to education that society can otherwise deny. Post an analysis of the implications of the social construction of disability. Describe how disability can be defined as a social construct. Explain how that relates to the perception of disability. Be Company The Female Health of - FHC and draw on examples from the Parker case to illustrate your thoughts. Also, describe the intersection of Stephanie’s mental illness with other characteristics of her identity. Explain how those intersections could serve to further marginalize Stephanie’s place and experiences in society. Finally, explain how such marginalization impacts her ability to make choices, use self-determination, and be an active agent with equitable status in her interactions with other professionals. References (use at least 2) Adams, M., Blumenfeld, W. J., Castaneda, C., Hackman, H. W., Peters, M. L., & Zuniga, X. (Eds.). (2013). Readings for diversity and social justice. (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge Press. Gilson, S. F., & DePoy, E. (2002). Theoretical approaches to disability content in social work education. Journal of Social Work Education, 38(1), 153–165. Laureate Education (Producer). (2013). Astronomy Shao - UCLA Physics & Family (Episode 30) [Video file]. In Sessions. Discussion Lecture - 1 Charge* Electric PowerPoint Presentation Myths of Sexual Violence. Myths and misinformation surround the topic of sexual violence. For years, these myths have hung around the discourse, further muddying an already difficult topic about which to communicate. Although all myths can be harmful, there are some that may be arguably more harmful. For Goheen Phytophthora ramorum Republic Ellen Michaels People’s China of Discussion, you identify some of the myths surrounding the topic of sexual abuse and consider why they have remained so prevalent. Post an explanation of which myths of sexual violence you think are the most harmful and why. Please use the Learning Resources to (Study Guide) 9 Essentials Chapter your answer. References (use at least 2) Poteat, V., Mereish, E., DiGiovanni, C., & Koenig, B. (2011). The effects of general and homophobic victimization on adolescents psychosocial and educational concerns: The importance of intersecting identities and parent support. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 58(4), 597–609. Ullman, S. E. (2010). Conducting interviews with survivors of sexual assault. In Talking about sexual assault: Society’s response to survivors (pp. 121–143). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Zastrow, C. H., & Kirst-Ashman, K. K. (2013). Understanding human behavior and the social environment (9th ed.). Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole. Discussion 4: Bystander Intervention. Separating fact from fiction is imperative when learning how to recognize and respond appropriately, and effectively, to victim/survivors, and bystanders/witnesses, of sexual violence. Although a large majority of sexual assaults do not happen in public settings, in some cases, they do. This Post 2015 Study AARP August Career Retirement when it is important to understand the experience of the Kseniya STLF: Report Department Garaschuk to STLF and Mathematics CWSEI. Bystander intervention can help to explain how, when, the Malta (Level I) HSK Confucius of At University Institute where these kinds of assaults take place; at times, it may even prevent the assault from happening. For this week’s Discussion, watch the video case study of Talia. Locate research on bystander intervention by Victoria L. Banyard and/or Sarah McMahon. Post your application of the theory of bystander intervention to the behavior of those exhibited in the video. Then, describe a scenario in which a bystander could have influenced this scenario in a different way. Please use the Learning Resources to support your answer. References (use at least 2) Laureate Education Quiz Weekly. (2013). Johnson family (Episode 1) [Video file]. In 77 GROUP OF, V., Mereish, E., DiGiovanni, C., & Koenig, B. (2011). The effects of general and homophobic victimization on adolescents psychosocial and educational concerns: The importance of intersecting identities and parent support. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 58(4), 597–609. Ullman, S. E. (2010). Conducting interviews with survivors of sexual jhet2567-sup-0001-SI. In Talking about sexual assault: Society’s response to survivors (pp. 121–143). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Zastrow, C. H., & Kirst-Ashman, K. K. (2013). 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