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社会工作的发展与参与

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社会工作的发展与参与

下面的文章将识别和描述关键takepu原则是社会工作的重要组成部分,在社会工作实践多元文化中关系到个人发展。 我的文章的takepu主要有6点,Ahurutanga——安全空间,Kaitiakitanga——负责管理,Taukumekume——积极的和消极的张力,Te Whakakoharangatiratanga——尊重关系,Mauri ora——追求幸福和帝诺Rangatiratanga——绝对的完整性。社会工作者应该使用允许一个开放的空间去使用这些takepu指导方针,鼓励和支持健康的社会工作者和客户之间的关系,反之亦然。当语境化和内在化的时候,他们假设一个人们应该参与的kaupapa中央位置。  本文还将讨论如何将Nga Takepu进我的社会和职业生活。
 
Nga Takepu原则是根植于社会工作的专业理念,价值观,道德处方和生活的一个显而易见的方式。他们不支持实证验证,也不是在一个文档的编制中得到了政府的支持。 然而在Te Wananga o Aotearoa这些原则是如果有一个商定的实践指南,所有的社会工作者应该遵循教。与之相反,社会工作实践的原则基本上是不成文的,学习生活经验,一般都是通过非正式地从经验丰富的工人传到到那些新进入这个行业的工人,或像我的情况,从教师传授到学生。我觉得在Te Wananga o Aotearoa对takepu原则的学习使我形成和维持人与人之间的关系的意识。社会工作者必须意识到的自己的信仰、观念、和行为可能影响他们的专业关系,因为这些个人属性会影响到帮助客户的能力。 (Sheafor Horjsi & Horjsi,2000)。
 
The Development And Engagement In Social Work Social Work Essay
 
The following essay will identify and describe key takepu principles that are an integral part of social work and the development of relationships with all culturally diverse individuals within the social work practice. The main focus for my essay will lay around 6 main takepu which are Ahurutanga - Safe space, Kaitiakitanga - Responsible stewardship, Taukumekume - Positive and negative tension, Te Whakakoharangatiratanga - Respectful relationships, Mauri ora - Pursuit of well-being and Tino Rangatiratanga - Absolute integrity. (Pohatu, 2004:1). These takepu are guidelines that social workers should use to allow an open space that encourages and supports a healthy relationship between social worker and client and vice versa. When contextualized, and internalized, they assume a central place in how people should engage in kaupapa. (Pohatu, 2004:1). This essay will also discuss how I incorporate Nga Takepu into my social and professional life.
 
Nga Takepu principles are grounded in the social work professions philosophy, values, ethical prescriptions and an obvious way of living. They are not supported by empirical verification nor are they compiled in one single document supported by the government. Yet at Te Wananga o Aotearoa these principles are taught as if there is an agreed upon set of practice guidelines that all social workers should follow. To the contrary, social works practice principles are largely unwritten, learned life experiences and typically are passed on informally from seasoned workers to those who are entering the profession, or in my case from teacher to student. I feel that the takepu principles I have learned at Te Wananga o Aotearoa have enabled my conscious mind when it comes to forming and maintaining relationships with people. Social workers must be consciously aware of how their own beliefs, perceptions, and behaviors may have an impact on their professional relationships, as these personal attributes will surely affect the ability to be helpful to clients. (Sheafor, Horjsi & Horjsi, 2000).(责任编辑:anne)


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