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- Human Behavior in the Social Environment, Fourth Edition
by Anissa Taun Rogers
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In this book you will find:
- An overview of the issues related to human behavior and the social environment that are important to understand for practice, updated with current and relevant information on important topics in social work practice and expanded to clarify complex issues.
- Careful organization of chapters to first present theoretical perspectives on the human condition, and then provide information on basic facets of human development, encouraging students to use conceptual lenses to inform their practice with individuals at different stages of life.
- Particular emphasis on the ways in which poverty and diversity affect human development and behavior.
- The opportunity to see how the concepts fit into social work practice using case examples that open each chapter and are referred to throughout the chapter.
- Ideal for use in online as well as hybrid course instruction in addition to traditional “bricks and mortar” classes.
In the custom companion website you will find:
Six unique, in-depth, interactive, fictional cases with dynamic characters and real-life situations that students can reach from any computer and that provide a “learning by doing” format unavailable with any other text. Students will have an advantage unlike any other in their social work training. Instructors are encouraged use the case studies to enrich the learning experience. Learn more about the cases »
A wealth of instructor-only resources including: full-text readings linked to key concepts in each chapter, along with questions to encourage further thought and discussion; a rich bank of exam questions (both objective and open-ended) and PowerPoint presentations; sample syllabi demonstrating how the text and website used together through the course satisfy the 2015 Council on Social Work Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS); annotated links to a treasure trove of articles, videos, and Internet sites; and an online forum inviting all instructors using texts in the series to share ideas to improve teaching and learning. Learn more about these resources »