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  1. 1. Social Sciences perspective for Social Work I Jc Lohith Shetty  PGDPM, MSW, MBA, UGC - NET  Asst Professor  St Aloysius College (Autonomous)    Trainer – Junior Chamber International President - 2014, JCI Mangalore
  2. 2. • Statutory Instructions: • This is not a study material & only a teaching aid. • There is constant changes made to this teaching material & those changes are not updated in Slide Share. • This slide is prepared as teaching aid only, so it can be understood & interpreted rightly only after attending my classes.
  3. 3. 1 What is Psychology.ppt 2 Why History.ppt 3 What is Economics.ppt 4 Introduction to Political Science.ppt
  4. 4. Social Work & Sociology 10 Social Work Sociology 1. Helps understanding the problems and solving Helps in understanding and classifying the it problem 2. Effort to irradicate problems of the society Scientific study the word society 3. In the applied science from sociology 4. 5. 6. 7. Is a pure science initiating social work to application Helps social justice and minimize social Studies the basis of social stratification suppression Helps for the upliftment and self reliance of Studies the nature, characteristics and problems of Rural and Trebled Rural and Trebled Helps in reducing the problems of Urban Students population Promotes secularization Studies religion and social relevance 8. Reduce family and marriage problems Studies family, marriage and Kinship 9. Help people to cope with social change and Study the affect of social change and modernization modernization 10 Social Work understand and diagnose the Sociology is interested in the why of human
  5. 5. 15 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Economics How Individual and makes decision Needs and wants Understand scarcity Unlimited wants Choice Production Social Work society Helps in Cost Benefit Analysis / SWOC Analysis Helps in analysing & prioritising needs Identifying route cause/ Savings/ Preparedness Helps in drawing self control Helps in selection of effective choice Encourage development, self employment, Cooperative movements etc Distribution Facilitates social justice & reduce economic imbalance GDP Reduce economic & regional imbalance Economic Injustice Promotes Human Rights/ Constitutional rights/ Legal Rights/ SWAdmin & awareness of rights Natural Resources Restoration/ Protection/ Avoid Exploitation Cost benefit Analysis Helps in evaluation & setting bench marks Taxation and distribution of Fixing minimum wages, Cost of Living/ Income Poverty Line Cost revenue analysis Helps in Budgeting, accounting, auditing etc
  6. 6. 9 Psychology Social Work 1. Study of Individual and their Individual behaviour adjustment behaviour 2. Study behaviour influenced Work with individuals influencing their behaviour 3. Identifies caused for mental Dealing with mental illness illness 4. Study ego and adjustment Helps in adjustment 5. Study coping and adjustment Helps in adjustment and coping problem 6. Repression and its problems Dealing with repression 7. Formation and change of Change in attitude and development attitude 8. Studies about behaviour & Deals with behaviour modifications
  7. 7. 6 History Social Work 1. Incidents Recall, learn 2. Inspiration Propagate ideologies 3. Examples – Gandhi Motivate and guide 4. Mistakes of the past Avoiding 5. Decision making 6. Common bond Case studies, Reference to studies and Knowledge of Culture,
  8. 8. 13 Political Science Social Work 1. Understanding Democracy Promote Democratic Spirit 2. Understanding Constitution To promote individual & social responcibilities 3. Understanding Liberty Spread message of Equality & Dignity of Labour 4. Understanding Freedom Promote Basic Human Rights & Liberty 5. Understanding To protect & promote Social Justice, Political Constitutional Rights Power & Basic Constitutional Rights 6. Understanding Basic To protect individuals against exploitations Human Rights 7. Realize power of the people To promote democracy & make Politicians serve 8. Public Opinion To control powerful Individuals & Organisations 9. Judicial setup Create public aware about Judicial rights & power 10. Administration Create awareness avoid exploitation &
  9. 9. Society: Shankar Rao Vague and General Concept in sociology also, Co-operative Society, Agricultural Society, Friendly Society, Society of Jesus, Society of Arts, High Society, Low Society. Derived from Latin word ‘Socius’ meaning Companionship or Friendship. “Man is a Social Animal” – Aristotle. “A society is a collection of individuals United by certain relations or mode of behaviour which mark them off from others who do not enter m in behaviour” – Morris Ginsberg. “Society is the complex of organized associations and institutions with a community – GDM Cola Society is “a – web of social relationship” – Mac Iver.
  10. 10. Characteristics of Society: I. Society consists of people. II. Mutual Interaction and Mutual Awareness. III. Society depends on likeness. IV. Society rests on difference too. V. Co-operation and division of labour. VI. Society implies interdependence also. VII.Society is dynamic. VIII.Social control. IX. Culture.
  11. 11. Society Community Society is web of social Community consist of a group of relationships individuals living in particular area with we feeling Geographic area is Denotes locality or geographic unimportant area Society is abstract Community is concrete Com sentiment or we We feeling is essential element feeling may be present existence is on that Society is wider Community is smaller than society Objectives and interests are The Objective and Interests of
  12. 12. Socialisation.ppt Mans behaviour is learnt behaviour. The process of moulding and shaping the personality of human infant is called ‘Socialization’. Bogardus: “Socialization is the process of working together, of developing group responsibility, or being guided by the welfare needs of others”. W.F. Ogburn: “Socialization is the process by which the individual learns to conform to the norms of the group”. Peter Worsley explains “socialization as the process of transmission of culture, the process whereby men learn the rules and practices of social group”.
  13. 13. Types of Socialization: Ian Robertson in his book “Sociology” (1977) A. Primary Socialization – Childhood B. Anticipatory Socialization – Different place, culture C. Developmental Socialization – marriage, new job D. Re-Socialization – Juvenile set up, new prostitutes.
  14. 14. Theories of Socialization: C.H. Cooley’s theory of ‘Looking Glass Self” 3 elements a) Imagination of our appearance to others b) The imagination of his judgment of imagines appearance c) Some kind of self-feeling such as pride (praise and blame) George Herbert Mead’s Theory of ‘Self’ Role playing: observed to act towards his doll as parent.
  15. 15. Process and Stages of Socialization: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The Oral Stage The Anal Stage The Oedipal or Electra stage The stage of Adolescents Adult Socialization a) b) c) d) Change overt behaviour and not basic values Informal nature of social positions To gain special skills To gain social positions.
  16. 16. The Agents of Socialization: A.Family and Parents B.Peer or Age mates C.Teachers D.Literature and Mass Media E. Role of Culture F. Role of Organization and Training
  17. 17. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Ref: Development of Self-Word Notes Development of self.pptx Parents Advice Teacher Feed back Spouse Support & Encouragement Coach Coaching Trainer Training Colleague Nuero Linguistic development Team Leader a) Improving Self Awareness b) Improving Self Knowledge c) Improving Self Identity e) Improve wealth f) Improve health g) Spiritual development h) Improve potential Development Human Capital j) Important Social abilities k) Important lifestyle or quality of life l) Fulfilling aspirations m) Personal development plans n) Personal autonomy d) Developing Talents
  18. 18. Development of Self- Contd... 8. Skill Development : Self learning, Attending Training, Additional diplomas Updating and information gathering 9. Yoga and Exercise – Anger Management 10. Developing Stress Management skills 11. Overcoming stage fear and development public speaking 12. Learning new languages, cultures 13. Travelling and internet information 14. From Seminars and Conferences 15. Research, analysis & case study