A social worker is receiving a client with long-standing depression. It becomes known that the client has racist beliefs. The social worker should:
1.respectfully confront the clients prejudiced beliefs
2.educate the client about the negative effects of racism
3. refer the client to another therapist who might have similar belief
4.respect the clients beliefs and focus on the presenting problem
Common indicators of sexual, physical and emotional abuse include all of the following EXCEPT:
1.Violence against younger children
A fifteen year old girl has been sent home from school on three occasions for drinking alcohol at school. Each time the mother becomes angry and threatens to punish the girl but is convinced by the father to give her another chance. Which of the following BEST characterize the fathers behavior in this situation?
1.Making the variables measurable
2.Arranging the variables in a logical order
3.Making the variables fit for research.
4.Making the variables fit for research.
1.Eradication of untouchability
2.Land ownership to depressed classes
3.A formal representation of weaker sections in village governance
4.Spread of education
Parents continually refuse to communicate with their child who is in a residential treatment facility. The social worker should FIRST:
1.Respect the parents need for separation by not contacting them
2.Request that the child be discharged
3.Contact the parents about the childs placement
4.Assess the childs response to the parentsactions
1.Organization of services for people.
2.Mobilization of community leaders. C
3.Action-reflection process with people.
4.Identification of target systems for work.
Public Interest Litigation refers to
1.Mechanism to provide justice out of the Court.
2.To provide speedy justice.
3.To provide justice to poor, needy and weaker sections of society with the help of the NGOs’ and media.
4.None of the above.
Social Work refers to
1.Providing social service to people
2.Helping people to help themselves
3.Organizing charitable works
4.Orphanages, destitute homes, poor homes
1.Attitudes and behaviors attached to individuals because of their sex
2.an individuals sex orientation and/or preference
3.Biological characteristics that influence an individuals behavior
4.Interplay of biological and sociocultural influences
The initial symptoms of schizophrenia MOST often occur between which of the following years of age?
1.6 to 12
2.13 to 16
3. 17 to 45
4.16 to 60
1.High birthrate and high deathrate
2.Rapidly falling deathrate and high birthrate
3.Low birthrate and low deathrate
4.All the above
What Rights are Human Rights ?
1.Rights which are provided by Constitution of India.
2.Rights which are Fundamental.
3.Rights provided to all human beings by nature.
4.Rights desired by human beings.
When conducting an assessment of the risk factors of child abuse for a child of a different ethnic background, a social worker must FIRST:
1.be aware of how personal cultural biases affect the social workers ability to deal with issues of diversity
2.realize that assessment models are not a substitute for clinical judgment or experience
3.use a strengths perspective rather than a deficit model to form a partnership with the childs family
4.understand the need for appropriate eye contact, tone of voice and question techniques during the assessment
When interviewing a client whose speech patterns are different from the social workers, the social workers PRIMARY consideration should be that:
1.communication patterns vary due to economic conditions
2.speech is influenced by culture and experience
3.psychosocial conditions will cause variations in speech
4.speech is influenced by group taboos and norms and may indicate false beliefs
Which of the following approaches would be MOST appropriate to use in evaluating client satisfaction with the social workers provision of services?
1.using a single system design, evaluate the quality of services
2.in the final interview, ask the client about their level of satisfaction
3.after submitting process recordings, ask supervisor for feedback
4.at termination, ask clients to complete a service evaluation and satisfaction form
1.Juvenile Justice Act – 1985
2.Untouchability Offences Act – 1954
3.Dowry Prohibition Act – 1962
4.Factories Act – 1948
1.Arya Samaj – Swami Dayanand Saraswati
2.Bhrahma Samaj – Raja Ram Mohan Roy
3.Prarthana Samaj – Ramabai Ranade
4.Satysodhak Samaj – Jyothiba Phule
Who won the Magsaysay Award in 2009?
2. Mother Theresa
3.Swamy Dayananda Saraswati