Foundations of Human Development in the Social Environment
Exploring the dynamics of human behavior prepares a foundation of knowledge that builds practice skills. The primary step in helping a client is assessing, which includes investigating and determining the changes that affects a recognized problem or issue from a wide range of perceptions. There are always reasons why people act in the manner they do and it is the human service professional’s job to verify that reason. A normal development milestone has serious impacts on the client and social workers must understand these milestones to provide information to the clients. Appropriate assessments of client behavior ...view middle of the document...
Finally, the psychological issues affect the sociological aspect of the person and they become a loner and withdraw themselves from social environments. People may not to like to be around or interact with the person on account of their mood at times.
Human Diversity and Cultural Competence
For years, social work psychotherapists’ have explored and theorized assumptions that recognize the impact of culture differences on individuals. Being aware of these differences is a necessity if the therapist encounters a person from a different culture. The way that person speaks can cause conflict for the professional so the professional may have to step out of their comfort zone and attune themselves to process the client’s experiences. “Psychological thoughtlessness comes close to moral thoughtlessness. As psychoanalysts we are committed to psychological thoughtfulness and exploration. We may not look away and ignore an area of life that cries out for thoughtful exploration and action” (Speicher, 2000, para.3).
It is extremely fundamental for workers to learn and understand various cultures to contrast similarities and differences among those cultures. The worker must carefully evaluate the relative nature of beliefs, values, and behavior to discover the differences in culture. An effective practice of the professional is to not become culturally biased since it can block acceptance and understanding of other cultures. Interpersonal interactions with people from different cultures can specifically characterize the broader society in which we live.
General Systems Theory and Social Order
The intentions of general systems theory are to establish a formal approach in scientific disciplines the same as a probability theory. Basic features of systems are interpreted in a formal way, such as centralized system, partial system, hierarchy, multilevel, feedback, input, and output. Questions on the relationship between objects and mathematical descriptions are addressed, but practical questions are also raised. “A mathematically deduced structural model of general systems was developed by Lin and Cheng (1998). Behavior, or the external...