Social Work and Social Welfare: Theory and Practice |
Social Work and Social Welfare: Theory and Practice
1. CONCEPTUAL ORIENTATION
1.1 Introduction to Concepts: Theory, Perspective, Paradigm, Practice Model/Approach, Social Work, Social Welfare, Social Service, Social Change, Social Reform, Social Development and Theoretical knowledge Base of Social Work
1.2 Philosophy, Emergence of Social Work with Theoretical and Methodological Development.
2. SOCIAL WORK THEORIES INSOCIAL WORK PRACTICE
2.1 Human Behavior Theory: Systems Theory (Ecological Systems, Family Systems)
2.2 Behaviorism and SocialLearning Theory: Cognitive Theory, Behavioral Theory, Social LearningTheory `
2.5 Social Exchange Theory: Rational Choice Perspective
2.6 Conflict Theory: Conflict Perspective, Social Constructionism [Social Constructionist Perspective]
2.7Application of Theories in Social Work.
3 PRACTICE MODELS/ APPROACHES IN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE
3.1 Definition of Model and Approach in Social Work
3.2 Practice Approaches:Psychodynamic Approach, Behavioraland Cognitive Behavioral Approach, System Models, Existential and Humanistic Approach, Client-centered Approach, Crisis Intervention and Task-Centered Approach, Problem Solving Approach, Strength-Based and Empowerment Approach, Radical/Structural Approach
4. PERSPECTIVES IN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE
4.1 Person-in-Environment (Situation) Perspective
4.2 Strengths Perspective
4.3 Feminist Perspective
4.4. Ecosystems Perspective
4.5. Developmental Perspective
4.6 Conflict Perspective
4.7 Bio-psychosocial Perspective
Bangladesh Society, Culture and Social Development |
Bangladesh Society, Culture and Social Development
1. Concepts of Culture, Society and Environment: Components and types of Culture; Cultural Theories; Rural and Urban Culture in Bangladesh; Population and Population growth.
2. Concepts ofSocial Institution: Marriage and family; Kingships; Social Stratification; Social Structure; Social Change;Concepts Causes and important.
3. Social Development: History, Theories, Indicators, Models and Strategies, Globalization and its‟ impacts; Development and Partnership Organization; Social Development and Economic Development; Social Development and Social Work Methods and approaches, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
4. Major Areas of Social Development: Human Resource Development,Social Capital Formation, Resource Mobilization, Local-self Government and People‟s Participation. Women Empowerment;Youth Development, Government and NGO Initiatives in Poverty Alleviation and Social Development.
5. Social Development in South-Asia Region; India,Srilanka, Bhutan, Nepal, Malayasia
Social Research Methodology and Statistics |
Social Research Methodology and Statistics
1. Developing a Research Proposal on Selected Social Research Issues.
2. Literature Review: Importance and Function of Literature Review in Conducting Social Research. Use and techniques, Techniques of Writing References and Preparing the Bibliography.
3. Design of Social Research: Survey,Case study, Experimental and Ethnographic.
4. Sampling: Concepts, types of Importance of Sampling in Social Research and Methods of Sampling, Sampling and Non-Sampling errors.
5. Techniques of data collection: Interview, observation, in-depth case interviews, Focus Group Discussions(FGDs), Key informants‟Interviews (KIIs)community mapping.
6. Techniquesof data collection instruments:Interview schedule, guideline and checklist.
7. Analysis and Presentation of Data: Qualitative and Quantative Data Analysis Techniques, Data Presentation Techniques.
8. Measures of Central Tendency, Dispersion, Correlation, Regression and Chai-squaretests.
Qualitative and Quantitative Research Designs |
Qualitative and Quantitative Research Designs
01. Conceptual understanding of qualitative and quantitative research approaches: Definition, characteristics, scope, types andimportance of research design: Definition, importance and scope
02. hilosophical paradigms of qualitative and quantitative research: Ontology, epistemology, grounded theory, constructivism, positivism, and pragmatism
03. Reasoning of research: Inductive versus deductive and reproductive versus adductive
04. Templates of qualitative and quantitative research designs
05. Field preparation and data collection procedures
06. Data presentation techniques and data analysis in qualitative and quantitative research approaches: Statistical analysis, thematic approach, descriptive analysis, triangulation
07. Basic packages of data analysis and measurement: SPSS and NVivo 08. Research management of qualitative and quantitative research approaches and qualities of a good research manager or team leader.
09. Report writing: Template of a report, techniques and strategies for writing a good academic research report