Select and view one of the following videos (or another MOVIE or BOOK):
Dad The Secret Life of Bees The Help Parenthood
Start the paper with a brief overview or synopsis of the video or book.
Choose a character (who now becomes your “client”) from the video you watched, then demonstrate how you would ASSESS that individual using information and concepts from:
a. Conflict Perspective (see page 44).
b. Life Span Development (Developmental Perspective, p. 59).
Now we will move to assessing your client in context with family and community influences (their social
environment). Using information and concepts from a Family Systems Perspective (Pages 349 –
a. What family or community influences do you think are important to point out that relate to your client’s
behavior or posture?
b. Why are these points of emphasis relevant?
PART 2: ASSESSMENT TOOLS AND SOCIAL WORK APPLICATION
Graphically illustrate the family/community environment related to your client depicted by :
a. A Genogram
b. An Ecomap
C. Be sure to briefly explain why and how these tools were used?
PART 3: ORGANIZATION
— YOU MUST PROVIDE A REFERENCE PAGE (NOT WORKS CITED, BIBLIOGRAPHY, ETC.) WITH AT LEAST THREE (3) REFERENCES.
—YOU MUST CITE YOUR REFERENCES IN THE BODY OF YOUR DOCUMENT using APA format.
—YOUR PAPER MUST BE 10 – 12 PAGES IN LENGTH TO INCLUDE A COVER PAGE.
—THE COVER PAGE, GENOGRAM, ECOMAP, AND REFERENCE PAGE WILL COUNT AS PAGES IN YOUR DOCUMENT.
—YOUR DOCUMENT SHOULD BE DOUBLE-SPACED USING 12-POINT FONT.
—USE HEADINGS AND SUBHEADING TO ORGANIZE YOUR PAPER.
—ALL PAGES SHOULD BE NUMBERED
—SUBMIT YOUR MATERIAL AS A WORD DOCUMENT ONLY.
ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED WILL BE GRADED BASED ON AN APA WRITING FORMAT AND THE FOLLOWING RUBRIC:
A SEPARATE GRADING RUBRIC WILL BE POSTED IN CANVAS FOR YOU TO SEE MY GRADING POINTS. (150 POINTS)
The following links can be used to help you understand and use Ecomaps and Genograms:
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=ecomaps&qpvt=ecomaps&qpvt=ecomaps&qpvt=ecomaps&FORM=IGRE (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Genogram (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
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