2 edition of Gender in Social Work found in the catalog.
Gender in Social Work
by Russell House
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
Your next book has a more global perspective of the issue – International Handbook of Gender and Poverty: Concepts, Research, Policy. Yes, what is really compelling about this book is its sheer breadth – one hundred plus articles bringing together voices from both Northern and Southern analysts, feminists and non-feminists, who are looking at a whole range of different aspects. pages from the GENDER book Here are some of the most-requested essential content pages from the GENDER book. But remember, the only way to see all 92 pages is to read the book!
Sexual Orientation and Gender Expression in Social Work Practice Book Description: This volume offers an invaluable resource for both social work educators and practitioners working with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) clients and their families. I work with children and families, this book has helped with trouble shooting issues of identity and sexuality that are key for gender variant youth. I highly suggest this for any social worker and those who work with youth who identify or are identified as gender variant/5.
Chapter 4 describes how the effects of gender stereotypes on social relations (Chapter 3) reproduce gender inequality in paid work. The gender frame interacts with the institutional frame of work organizations to shape preferred worker images, the job-matching process between workers and employers, and workplace relations and culture. These effects contribute to sex segregation in jobs . Despite having slightly higher education levels, women working full-time in the US still only earn 79% of what men do. Stanford economist and author of Sharing the Work, Myra Strober, picks the best books—and one article—that explain the gender wage gap, and, more importantly, show us what we can do about it.. Interview by Sophie Roell.
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Social work, gender, and intersectionality. One response to this assumed gender sameness, and the treatment of gender in isolation, is to consider intersectionality theory (Mehrotra, ; Murphy et al., ; Wahab et al., forthcoming).Crenshaw’s argument proposes that the consideration of subordination within single categories, like gender, prevents analysis of race and gender for black Cited by: Social Justice Competence (a series of short, practical lessons that will help readers put the learning from the book to work).
It's written for people who want to learn for themselves, educators who are hoping to better communicate themes of gender to others, and activists who want to add a gender equity lens to their vision of justice/5(73).
"This book is particularly helpful for those studying social media, gender, and the digital economy, and opens up many questions about media industries, aspirational labor, and the merging of creative expression and entrepreneurial ideologies."—Zoetanya Sujon, International Journal of CommunicationCited by: “Duffy’s seminal work unearths once and for all what it’s truly like to work in the influencer economy of blogging and social media.”—Julia DiNardo, “This rich, original, and insightful book introduces a new concept—aspirational labor—for thinking about contemporary creative work and shows how gender and.
Key Terms. Social Constructionism – The idea that social institutions and knowledge are created by actors within the system, rather than having any inherent truth on their own.; Gender Performativity – Gender Performativity is a term created by post-structuralist feminist philosopher Judith Butler in her book Gender Trouble, which has subsequently been used in a variety of academic.
Women, gender and work: Social choices and inequalities. Volume 2 pdf - MB This second volume of Women, Gender and Work is an invitation to reflect upon the connections between measured labour market outcomes and the real lives people lead, what work means to them, the care work continuum, and the very notion of “gender equality”.
The Gender Gap in Social Work: Why Aren’t More Men Pursuing a Master’s in Social Work. Social work is a female-dominated field with women accounting for the vast majority of social workers.
Inthe Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 83 percent of employed social workers were female. Sexual orientation and gender expression in social work practice: Working with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people.
New York: Columbia University Press. pages, $ Training culturally competent practitioners is one of the top priorities of most. Problematizing the Gender Question in Social Work: Men in Social Work Despite men in social work having leadership roles in the profession, social work continues to be labeled a “woman-dominated” field, and this creates additional ideological and material problems with which the.
Teaching Gender in Social Work The need for a book on teaching gender in social work arises from the fact that social work education often fails to incorporate gender, even though most of the people that use social work services are women, a majority of social workers are women, and women have had throughout history a significant role in theFile Size: 2MB.
Introduction. Gender operates at all levels of social life and is deeply embedded in how work is organized, rewarded, and experienced. The sociological study of gender and work emerged during the s and s, as women’s labor force participation rates rose and as the Women’s Movement began calling attention to gender inequality at home and on the job.
Sexuality remains a neglected and largely taboo area within practice, but it can be a demanding aspect of social work. Social workers may be familiar with the importance of issues such as racism and ethnicity, but sexuality is also a very significant part of people's lives, closest relationships and sense of identity.
The book examines commonalities and differences in the operation of various structures of power (gender, class, race/ethnicity, generation) and their interactions within the institutional domains of intra-national and especially inter-national migration that produce context-specific forms of social injustice.
The Social Life of Gender provides a comprehensive approach to gender as an organizing principle of institutions, history, and unequal interpersonal relations. This new title will develop students’ capacity to use gender analysis to question social life more broadly, presenting a critical sociology based on the unique insights gleaned from the study of gender.
Social Work Salaries by Gender 8 Survey Methodology This survey was sponsored and developed by NASW. Data was collected and tabulated by Readex Research, an independent research company.
To broaden representation of the profession, NASW partnered with a number of other. Feminist Social Work 6 Relocating Social Work 8 Researching Feminist Social Work Practice 12 The Structure of the Book 14 Notes 15 1 Theorising Feminist Social Work Practice 17 Introduction 17 Creating New Understandings of Women’s Lives 19 Feminist Theories Encompass a Range of Positions 23 Reconceptualising Feminist Social Work Theory and.
In this most timely and important book, (Not) Getting Paid to Do What You Love: Gender, Social Media, and Aspirational Work, Brooke Erin Duffy turns our attention to one particular genre of social media work, the deeply gendered world of beauty, lifestyle and fashion content.
Trained as a communications scholar, Duffy deftly weaves together her Author: Zoë Glatt. This volume offers an invaluable resource for both social work educators and practitioners working with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) clients and their families.
It is the first such work to specifically address issues affecting bisexual and transgender people as well as the larger concerns of the GLBT butors present specific, practical suggestions for.
a brief review of literature on gender inequalities and at the end makes suggestions of the possible social work interventions which can help reduce gender inequalities. INTRODUCTION This paper examines the role of social work in reducing gender inequalities in the society.
It is motivated by the. “Gender systems pervade and regulate human lives—in law courts and operating rooms, ballparks and poker clubs, hair-dressing salons and kitchens, classrooms and playgroups Exactly how gender works varies from culture to culture, and from historical period to.
Social work's diversity problem may be even worse than law enforcement's. While minorities make up more than 27 percent of police departments nationwide, men make up barely 16 percent of the ranks.Get this from a library! Gender, HIV, and social work.
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