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True or false? People do not need a job, income, or a house, but they have a right to it.

True

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True or false? Evolution of diversity thought in social work began in the 20th century when social work was starting to become a profession.

True

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What was the idea of diversity?

merge groups into the same culture

4

True or false? Social work worked on becoming culturally competent to understand distinct groups from one another like working w/Irish Americans , Italians, etc...

True: culturally competent

5

When did social work begin to evolve?

50's and 60's

6

When did intersectionality come about ?

2000's

7

Social work practice at the macro level aim was to bring change + improvement to society. Activities include

A) political action
B) community organization
C) public educ campaigning
d) administration of broad-based social services agencies or public welfare departments
e) all of the above

e

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What practice refers to sw practice w/families and small groups?
-Looks at groups instead of individuals

mezzo

9

What is the "term used by sw to id profe activities made to help solve individual, family, small group problems?
A) micro
B) mezzo
C) macro

micro

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T or f?
Micro practice concentrates on direct intervention, case-by-case basis, or clinical setting.

T

11

T or f? Cissexism is discrimination against individual who id/present as unique sex + gender given @ birth, privilege given to people who id as the same sex or gender @ birth.

T

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Cissexism is a form of sexism based on
a) sexual
b) gender identity
c) expression
d) all of the above

d

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Culture is a universal phenomenon that reflects
a) diversity
b) norms of behavior
c) global interdependence knowledge
d) all of the above

d

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The word "culture" implies integrated pattern of human behavior including
a) thoughts
b) communication, actions, customs
c) beliefs, values, institutions of race, ethnicity, religion, social group
d) all of the above

d

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Who was the dominant group and the source of power privelege ?

White anglo saxon protestant groups

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People living in poverty were experiencing ?

Oppression

17

T or f? Unjust practices led to oppression of minority groups.

T

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Recognition of difference became what in social work practice?

A force

19

What were intersectional identities?

People had a race, gender

20

What was the idea surrounding justice?

Wanting a fair, equal playing field. Moved from monolithic (rigid), individual groups

21

Intersectionality was born out of what?

Black feminist theorists + scholars
stressed that there was more than 1 identity (various) and it didn't change how a person thinks about their identities + social locations

22

Who was Kimberle Crenshaw and how did she and other early architects view intersectionality?

-early architect said intersectionality is a process of self-conscious struggle
-empowers (strengthens) men + women (people) to realize (actualize) the humanist vision of the community
-idealistic view stating we are going to self conscious struggle + empowerment

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What is critical consciousness?

Moving beyond diversity + sameness

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What refers to a person's social world location or angle they get a part of worldly view of privilege positions + subordination (hint: it's in the sentence)
-It's purpose is to getprofessional + personal positions compared to others
-Involves cultural practices
-gender
-race/ethnicity
-social class
-citizenship
-sexual orientation
-abiliity status

Positionality

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What is albeism?

Discrimination against people w/disabilities and favoring able-bodied

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What is classism?

Creation of a system that gives privilege based on economical status.
Rank ordered beliefsystem favoring the high class not low class.

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What is ageism?

Stereotyping older people as mentally incompetent, weak, frail, dependent; prejudice based on age. Includes social pressures that decrease (reduce) the roles + status of older adults

28

What is elitism?

The perception of superiority (view) based on family, income, education; "the rich is a degree better"

29

What is religionism?

The view that chrisitianity is superior to other religions/ex: hating semitism. Can be a combo of religious+ racial oppression

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What refers to a person's location in the social world or angle from which we get a slight view of the world, and/or subordination?

Positionality