2 edition of Two studies of social work in the field of abortion found in the catalog.
Two studies of social work in the field of abortion
Bibliography: p. 164-165.
|Statement||by Virginia Heng & Laily Ibrahim ; editor, Ann Wee.|
|Series||Resource paper series - University of Singapore, Dept. of Social Work ; no. 2|
|Contributions||Ibrahim, Laily, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HQ767.5.S5 H44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 165 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||74940750|
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Two studies of social work in the field of abortion. [Singapore]: University of Singapore, Dept. of Social Work, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Laily Ibrahim; Heng, Va. Two studies of social work in the field of abortion: Virginia Heng and Laily Ibrahim. Editor: Ann Wee.
The commitment of social work to abortion access can be attributed to the profession’s stated ethical commitment to a client’s right to self-determination.
Other groups, such as the International Right to Life Federation and the Catholic Church, oppose access to abortion based on their interpretation of religious beliefs and values.
Social worker's role in teenage abortions Lillian Pike Cain An adolescent's request for an abortion raises many ethical and practical issues. The social worker must help the girl weigh the vari ous alternatives, resolve the abortion crisis to her own satisfaction, and view the experi ence as one episode in her growth toward adulthood.
A social‐psychological framework is suggested which views abortion as a stress experience. Responses to the experience will be a function of the nature and meaning of the pregnancy to the individual woman, her defensive and coping style, and the social environment surrounding the abortion by: Given that in one study, 49% of social work students perceived an inability to provide referrals for abortion services (Ely, Flaherty, Akers, & Noland, ), and in another study 22% of social.
Running head: roles with abortion 1 A Social Workers Role with Abortion Amber Marie Smith The University of North Carolina at Pembroke A Social Workers Role with Abortion Abortion is one of society’s most controversial issues in America today. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) there has been a large decrease [ ].
THE ABORTION ATTITUDES OF COUNSELOR, SOCIAL WORK, AND NURSING TRAINEES Mary J. Ball, Ph.D. Western Michigan University, This study examined the similarities and dissimilarities in abortion attitudes among counselors (CTs, n = 51), social workers (SWTs, n = 42), and nurses in training.
Should Abortion Rights Be An Accepted Social Work Value. discuss the role of a social worker as well as demonstrate the importance of set professional values within the profession of social term social work can refer to many things; there is no one objective definition of social cally speaking it could be described as a political entity, therefore making it a.
Because of the NASW’s strong, unwavering support of abortion, the Catholic University School of Social Work has severed ties with the group.
Will Rainford, named dean of the National Catholic School of Social Service just this year, told students about this decision via an email. In that email he writes that “such a concrete and public. Complications: Abortion’s Impact on Women was released Thursday by The deVeber Institute for Bioethics and Social Research at a book.
Sexism and efforts for achieving equality. Empowerment Series: Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare: Empowering People, pp. Boston: Centage Learning. Jones, R.K., & Kavanaugh, M.L. Changes in abortion rates between and and lifetime incidence of abortion, Obstetrics & Gynecology, (6)– Books shelved as abortion: The Cider House Rules by John Irving, Unwind by Neal Shusterman, This Common Secret: My Journey as an Abortion Doctor by Susan.
Thesis (DPhil (Social Work))--University of Pretoria, Social Work and Criminology. DPhil. unrestricted. Abortion: a social work study.
Login. Sociological Perspectives on Abortion research papers look at a controversial topic with the different political stand points on the topic of abortion. Essential to the understanding of liberalism is the belief that the left "cares about justice and human rights, while the right is obsessed with crabbed cultural preoccupations such as gay.
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Analyzing abortion as a social problem in two national contexts, this paper extends the social construc-tionist approach to a historical comparative problem. The two abortion problems analyzed, one in the United States,and the other in Sweden,shared many significant elements, including medical.
The problem of the morality of abortion is one of the most complex and controversial in the entire field of applied ethics.
It may therefore appear rather surprising that the most popular proposed “solutions” to it are extremely simple and straightforward, based on clear-cut universal rules which typically either condemn abortion severely in. This book is designed to help people heal from their abortions and put guilt, shame, fear, and doubt behind them.
O’Neill—actress, model, and national spokeswoman of Silent No More—draws on her own experiences with post-abortion syndrome to show women that Christ still loves them even if they have sinned; and that healing is possible.
Two studies of social work in the field of abortion: Virginia Heng and Laily Ibrahim. Univ. of Singapore Dept. of Social Work. ASIN BXCOH7C. OCLC —; Vaithilingam, D. K. (). Family planning and family organisation. OCLC —; Galvez, Cherie; Singapore Council of Social Service ().
A survey of youth-work agencies. The Council.E.G. Carmines, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Abortion. Changes in the abortion issue during the s and s provide another example of an issue that has undergone a partisan evolution, according to a study by Adams ().Examining roll-call votes in the House and Senate, Adams shows that Democrats and.
Abortion might be the most widely debated social issue in America, which is why so many students search for abortion essays. Abortion is defined as the deliberate termination of a human pregnancy and is often presented as a black and white issue.
However, the topic of abortion is actually very nuanced.