Collectivity in Social Group Work

Concept and Practice

By Norma C Lang, Joanne Sulman

© 1987 – Routledge

125 pages

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Hardback: 9780866566612
pub: 1987-04-13
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About the Book

A concise and comprehensive examination of the theory of collectivity in social group work. Experts explore the impact of collectivity theory on social work practice and provide descriptions of practice in collectivity.

Table of Contents

Contents Social Work Practice in Small Social Forms: Identifying Collectivity

  • Collectivity vs. Group: A Framework for Assessment
  • A Collectivity of Impaired Elderly in an Acute Care Hospital: Practice and Research
  • The Worker’s Role in Collectivity
  • Planned Collectivity: An Entity That Works for Cardiac Patients
  • Collectivities in a Minimal Care Residential Setting: The Residents’ Floor Meeting
  • The Social Therapeutic Club: A Collectivity for Ex-Psychiatric Patients
  • The Use of Single Session Collectivities With Families of Spina Bifida Children
  • The Weak-Tie Collectivity: A Network Perspective
  • Reference Notes Included

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SOC025000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Social Work