Social Work With Lawbreakers Of Society (2 Vols Set)
The text is a comprehensive, well-written and effective tool for social work students dealing with criminals. It provides an overview of the helping people, underscored by the values and ethics of the profession, and proceeds through the helping stages with theories, skills development, case examples and classroom exercises that are clearly presented, offer diverse perspectives, and challenge the beginning practitioner for the welfare of criminals. The continuous process of updating the literature and timely additions assures that topics of importance to social work practitioners will be addressed.
S K BHALLA
Dr. S K Bhalla has received his Ph.D in social Work from Washington University, St Louis and MA in social work from Tata Institute of Social Science with Specialization on family and child Welfare. Presently he is associated with various NGOÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s which educate, council and help prisoners and durgs abusers to reforms as well he is an active writer of many books and journals. He is a sought after speaker on social, professional and leadership issues. He instated a number of measures such as detoxification and literacy programs. He has received a number of awards for serving the prisoners and drug abusers.
Volume - 1 Preface VII 1. Community Programs and Social Work for Criminals --Pg. 1 2. Social Case Treatment and Problem of Youth --Pg. 49 3. Social Case Treatment of the Family Group --Pg. 75 4. Role of the Police in Social Work with Criminals --pg. 99 5. Coordination and Planning in Social Work --Pg. 129 6. Group Work Method for Social Work --Pg. 179 7. Contribution of Criminals for Social Work --Pg. 229 8. Community Response to Protective Services --Pg. 253 Volume - 2 Preface VII 9. Intervention, Service and Treatment for the Community Welfare --Pg. 289 10. Integration of Services in Social Work --Pg. 331 11. Community Involvement in Corrections of Social Work --Pg. 365 12. Skeleton Guides in the Social Study Case --Pg. 397 13. Differential Social Diagnosis for Social Work --Pg. 411 14. Juvenile Court Hearing for Criminals --Pg. 431 15. Techniques of Recording Treatment Processes and Plans --Pg. 457 16. Coordinating Council Movement and Social Work Development --Pg. 465 17. Role of Recreation in the Adjustment of Social Work --Pg. 497 18. Social Work for Children with Criminal Activities --Pg. 527 Bibliography --Pg. 575 Index --Pg. 580