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CAFS HSC SYLLABUS QUIZResearch         Parenting and                    Caring  Groups       Individuals and              ...
RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES   RIP         SMART SOURCES OF    CONDUCTING    DATA        RESEARCH                    RETURN
Research•   RIP for Ethics in Research•   Respect•   Integrity•   Privacy                                 Return
Research• SMART checklist for selecting research  methodologies• Suitable• Measurable• Achievable• Realistic• Timely      ...
RETURN                       NEEDS            GROUPS                      Factors                      affecting          ...
Groups in Context•   FRAGYS HSC CD•   Families in crisis•   Rural•   Aged•   Gay and Lesbian•   Youth•   Socioeconomically...
NEEDS   SHE HAS•   Self esteem                SEF•   Health•   Education•   Housing•   Access to services•   Sense of iden...
Groups• SLEDAGE for “Factors affecting access to  resources”• Socioeconomic status• Location• Education• Disability• Age• ...
PARENTING AND CARING Factorsnfluencingrenting and  caring ationships        Reasons       Types of      Roles in       For...
PARENTING AND CARING• FASS – social parents•   Foster•   Adoptive•   Surrogacy•   Step parenting                          ...
PARENTING AND CARING• AID –A person who might require care for the  following reasons• Age• Illness• Disability           ...
Roles in Parenting and Caring• Foster                           Fancy• Paid                            PANTS R• Adoptive P...
Factors Influencing Parenting and            Caring Relationships•   Style of Parenting•   Culture and religion•   Role ex...
Individuals and Work                                Individual and Social Factors                group needs met   leading...
Individuals and Work• EDUCATION                      EGG FEET• (PERCEPTIONS OF) GENDER• GOVERNMENT POLICY• FAMILY CIRCUMST...
• Individual and group needs met through work  Sally Sells Sea Shells Like Farmers Cut Corn Everyday• Self-esteem• Social•...
Individuals and work• CLAPS – Regulations and Entitlements, TYPES  OF LEAVE• CARERS• LONG SERVICE• ANNUAL• PARENTAL (MATER...
INDIVIDUAL AND WORK•   www.set - supportive workplace structures•   Work conditions•   Workers comp•   Work cover•   Safe ...
Patterns of WorkFull-time           Part-timeCasual              PermanentContract            Shift workVoluntary         ...
Sources of Data - Peopl•   People/individuals•   Electronic sources•   Organisations/groups•   Print sources•   Libraries ...
Conducting Research• Formulating a research proposal• Research Methodologies Survey using interview (structured, unstruct...
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  1. 1. CAFS HSC SYLLABUS QUIZResearch Parenting and Caring Groups Individuals and Work
  2. 2. RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES RIP SMART SOURCES OF CONDUCTING DATA RESEARCH RETURN
  3. 3. Research• RIP for Ethics in Research• Respect• Integrity• Privacy Return
  4. 4. Research• SMART checklist for selecting research methodologies• Suitable• Measurable• Achievable• Realistic• Timely Return
  5. 5. RETURN NEEDS GROUPS Factors affecting access to Groups resources
  6. 6. Groups in Context• FRAGYS HSC CD• Families in crisis• Rural• Aged• Gay and Lesbian• Youth• Socioeconomically disadvantaged• Homeless• Sole parents• Cultural Groups• Chronically Ill• Disabled RETURN
  7. 7. NEEDS SHE HAS• Self esteem SEF• Health• Education• Housing• Access to services• Sense of identity• Security and safety• Employment• Financial Support RETURN
  8. 8. Groups• SLEDAGE for “Factors affecting access to resources”• Socioeconomic status• Location• Education• Disability• Age• Gender• Ethnicity/culture RETURN
  9. 9. PARENTING AND CARING Factorsnfluencingrenting and caring ationships Reasons Types of Roles in For needing social parenting of caring care parenting
  10. 10. PARENTING AND CARING• FASS – social parents• Foster• Adoptive• Surrogacy• Step parenting RETURN
  11. 11. PARENTING AND CARING• AID –A person who might require care for the following reasons• Age• Illness• Disability RETURN
  12. 12. Roles in Parenting and Caring• Foster Fancy• Paid PANTS R• Adoptive Parents Grand• Non-custodial parents• Teachers• Significant others (drs, social workers, neighbours, friends)• Relatives (including siblings)• Grandparents RETURN
  13. 13. Factors Influencing Parenting and Caring Relationships• Style of Parenting• Culture and religion• Role expectations• Age• Previous experiences SCRAPS•• Special needs Nature of relationship „N‟ GEMS• Gender• Education• Media• Socioeconomic status RETURN
  14. 14. Individuals and Work Individual and Social Factors group needs met leading to through work changing work patterns Patterns Regulations and of work entitlements SupportiveRETURN workplace APPLES structures
  15. 15. Individuals and Work• EDUCATION EGG FEET• (PERCEPTIONS OF) GENDER• GOVERNMENT POLICY• FAMILY CIRCUMSTANCES INCLUDING STRUCTURAL CHANGE• EMPLOYMENT/UNEMPLOYMENT• ECONOMICS• TECHNOLOGY (EG COMPUTERS, AUTOMATION/ROBOTICS, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT) RETURN
  16. 16. • Individual and group needs met through work Sally Sells Sea Shells Like Farmers Cut Corn Everyday• Self-esteem• Social• Status• Social conscience• Lifestyle• Financial• Career• Cultural• Education RETURN
  17. 17. Individuals and work• CLAPS – Regulations and Entitlements, TYPES OF LEAVE• CARERS• LONG SERVICE• ANNUAL• PARENTAL (MATERNITY AND PATERNITY)• SICK RETURN
  18. 18. INDIVIDUAL AND WORK• www.set - supportive workplace structures• Work conditions• Workers comp• Work cover• Safe work environment (OHS)• Employer organisations• Trade unions RETURNS
  19. 19. Patterns of WorkFull-time Part-timeCasual PermanentContract Shift workVoluntary Self-employmentJob share TelecommutingSeasonal Working from homeothers RETURN
  20. 20. Sources of Data - Peopl• People/individuals• Electronic sources• Organisations/groups• Print sources• Libraries RETURN
  21. 21. Conducting Research• Formulating a research proposal• Research Methodologies Survey using interview (structured, unstructured), questionaire (oral, written) Case study Observation Literature review• Planning• Collecting and recording data• Analysing and interpreting data RETURN
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