Myths, Realities, and Ethics of Family Work

Module 3: Myths, Realities, and Ethics of Family Work (graded)
Courtney: Dear Class,

One misconception that I held about family work before reading the assigned chapters and the case study was the willingness for all members of the family to accept treatment. I believe that I held this misconception because allowing a social worker into the home in the first place can be an overwhelming and challenging decision, therefore I thought that all members of the family have held conversations to make this decision together as a unit.

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The reality of this misconception is that as social workers we may engage in family work where we are met with members of the family who are very resistant to treatment. When we are met with this challenge, it is very important for us to meet this family member where they are at. In order for us to respond to this reality of resistance in an ethical manor, it is important that we follow the social work code of ethics 1.01 Commitment to Clients. This code reminds us our responsibility to enhance the well-being of all clients. Therefore, if a member of the family is resistant, it is our responsibility to continue to work with them thought the resistance and give them all services that we offer the other members.

Reference

National Association of Social Workers (NASW). Retrieved November 10, 2020, from https://www.socialworkers.org/About/Ethics/Code-of-Ethics/Code-of-Ethics-English

 

Module 3: The Great Migration (graded)
SkyDawn: Hello Class,

 

The Great Migration holds a significate role in our Unites States history. There were about 6,000,000 participants in this migration from 1916-1970. The widespread migration of African Americans
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in the 20th century from rural communities
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in the South to large cities in the North and West. (Britannica, 2020). With this migration is helped open up more opportunities for African Americans in terms or school, work, way of life, ect. Since there was very little diversity at this point in our history this also made the African American members of the communities more prone to racism. I look at the Great Migration as one of the starting points in our history to help defeat racial oppression and reform the way the United States views the diverse part of our population. Many African Americans benefited from the Great Migration and it help shaped the foundation to equality for everyone in America.

 

-Sky

 

Reference

Great Migration. (2020). The Editors of Encyclopedia Britannica. retrieved from https://www.britannica.com/event/Great-Migration

 

Module 3: Life Sentence (graded)
Marc: Prisoner

Mika’Il (51) (Incarcerated when he was 22 years old)

Reason for Relocation

Felony Murder. Mika’Il explains that his cousin committed the murder, but he was arrested because he did not stop it from happening.

Time in the Community

25 years

Impact of Trauma and Crisis Event

Very little remorse, but was culpable for his actions that he should have done something to stop the incident from happening or have been there at all. Of all the people they interviewed, he seemed remarkably well-adjusted by refusing to make his prison cell his home.

I think, and the reason I kept it above, was that I mistook his attitude of his crime as unremorseful, but it really is part of his rehabilitation as acceptance. He accepts that he made a mistake, no one is infallible, and he has paid his debt.

Oppression, Discrimination, Bias, and Racism

Mika’Il talks about a life-sentence after leaving prison with check-ups from the parole board and being threatened to be sent back. You are now living in constant fear. He makes a very valid and intelligent point how lifetime parole prevents someone from moving forward in society to progress. To make his point, he started Citizens Against Recidivism
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, an organization to restore rights to people in prisoner and jail.

Sincerely,

Marc

Reference

Lisa Gray (Producer), & Gray, L. (Director). (2008). Life sentence. [Video/DVD] Filmakers Library. Retrieved from https://video-alexanderstreet-com.chamberlainuniversity.idm.oclc.org/watch/life-sentence

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