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The types of social care provision and trusts

In England there is an estimated 21,900 organisations that are involved in providing and organising social care for adults and an estimated number of 48,300 establishments that employ adult social care staff in proving and organising such service. These adult social care organisations are growing and increasing over the years as the number of jobs Read More

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Sociological perspectives

The first two perspectives I will describe are the structuralist theories. The theorists for sociological structures are interested in describing and gaining an understanding the main norms and institutions in society. In modern Britain these institutions could include the health services, education providers and the media. The first two approaches I will explain are the Read More

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Social Work in a Digital Age

Long time ago, social workers began their work always used typewriters; hard copy and services were provided to consumer in offices or homes. Now social workers have the option to communicate with consumer on social networking, they provide online services to people. They dont meet in person. The electronic records in the virtual “cloud”, E-mail, Read More

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The Social Security Act

The Social Security Act was signed into law by President Roosevelt on August 14, 1935. In addition to several provisions for general welfare, the new Act created social insurance program designed to pay retired workers age 65 or older a continuing income after retirement. We currently pay out more than $73. 5 billion a month Read More

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Social Construct Theory

Sociological perspective is a means of connecting our individual lives with the world we live in. By retrospectively observing our private problems with relation to the rest of society, we are more apt to turn them into public problems. As individuals become more aware of their own problems and how they are interconnected among the Read More

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Structural Functionalism

The structural theory sees the family as a social group that preforms certain essential functions for society. If these functions are not carried out then the family is odd or known to be dysfunctional. The family is like our body that has different parts and each part has a different function. The family is the Read More

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Sociology and Values

Mr President, Honorable Chief Guest, Respected Teachers, Ladies and Gentlemen, andmy dear fellows,Assalam O Alaikum! The topic of my speech today is “Increasing Modernization, Crumbling Values”. “Values are something that make us a true human being and help in refraining from doingthose things after which we are left with a sense of guilt or resentment”. Read More

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Change in Social Values in America

The change in social values in American society in the last 50 years has changed the face of education in the following: 1) The structure of the family has changed; 2) Teachers and caregivers have become surrogate parents, and 3) Religion has become less important. Families are no longer made up exclusively of the traditional Read More

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Anomie and Alienation

It is interesting to compare Durkheim and Marx on their ideas about modern consciousness. Durkheim focused on social solidarity as one of the important functions of a social order: individuals had a defined place in the world that was created and reinforced by the social values of morality, religion, and patriotism. He observed that these Read More