“This is the new edition of an established collection of critiques which identifies and explains frameworks for common human behavior theories applied in contemporary social work.”
—Journal of Social Work
Human Behavior Theory and Social Work Practice remains a foundational work. It examines how social workers can use theory to shape social work practice by increasing their understanding of and potential for enhancing human well-being.
Human behavior theory, person-in-environment, and social work method / Roberta R. Greene -- Human behavior theory and professional social work practice / Roberta R. Greene -- Classical psychoanalytic thought, contemporary developments, and clinical social work practice / Roberta R. Greene and Michael Uebel -- Eriksonian theory : a developmental approach to ego mastery / Roberta R. Greene -- Carl Rogers and the person-centered approach / Roberta R. Greene -- Cognitive theory for social work practice / Betsy S. Vourlekis -- General systems theory / Roberta R. Greene -- Ecological perspective : an eclectic theoretical framework for social work practice / Roberta R. Greene -- Social construction / Robert Blundo and Roberta R. Greene -- Feminist theories and social work practice / Rebecca Morrison Van Voorhis -- Human behavior theory and social work practice : genetics, environment, and development / Joyce G. Riley -- Risk and resilience theory : a social work perspective / Roberta R. Greene.
Number Of Pages: 345
Published: 31st December 2011
Edition Number: 2