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i need help regarding social work?

Post by uzmaa » Sat Jun 23, 2012 11:43 am

plz tell me the most imp topics of social work plz....


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seniors where are u????????/plz help me

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Post by QAYYUM » Sat Jun 23, 2012 7:17 pm

uzmaa wrote:seniors where are u????????/plz help me
SOCIAL INTERACTION,,SOCIAL GROUPS,,SOCIAL STRATIFICATION,,SOCIAL MOBILITY SO IMPORTANT,,SOCIAL CHANGE,,SOCIAL CONTROL,,SOCIAL ORDER,,SOCIAL CLASS,,ROLE AND STATUS,,SOCIAL PROBLEMS

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Post by ganxter » Sun Jun 24, 2012 7:54 pm

uzmaa wrote:plz tell me the most imp topics of social work plz....
ginay chunay se topic hain is k1-social work history/in pak2-culture3-social change4-social problems(poverty, beggery, unemployment etc)5-pakistani community1-Islamic concept of social work2-social case work3-social group work4-social research work5-social institutions6-voluntary organizationsyeh topics cover kar lo paper bohat acha hoga...gud luck..!!
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We will work topic-topic in arrangement with the syllabus.Lets start!!1. Introduction To Social Welfarea) Definition and Scopeb) Historical Perspective of Social Welfare in Pakistan1. Introduction To Social Welfarea) Definition and ScopeDefinitions:1. Organized public or private social services for assistance of disadvantaged groups...2. The welfare of the society esp. for those segments who are underprivileged and disadvantaged because of the poverty, poor education, unemployment etc...3. The well-being of the entire society. Social welfare is not the same as standard of living but is more concerned with the quality of life that includes factors such as the quality of the environment (air, soil, water), level of crime, extent of drug abuse, availability of essential social services, as well as religious and spiritual aspects of life.4. social welfare or public charity, organized provision of educational, cultural, medical, and financial assistance to the needy.For detailed definitions, functional definitions, narrow and broader definitionsScope, perspective and other introductory policies of social welfare and social workPAKISTANI CULTURE AND SOCIETY* 1 Definition of Culture* 2 Pakistani Culture is an Islamic Culture* 3 Salient Features of Pakistani Culture* 4 ConclusionDefinition of CultureCulture may be defined as behaviour peculiar to human beings, together with material objects used. Culture consists of language, ideas, beliefs, customs, codes, institution, tools, techniques, works of arts, ceremonies and so on.E.B. Taylor defines culture asthe complex whole which include knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society.According to Allama IqbalCulture encompasses all the mental, spiritual and physical activities of a nation. It includes teh basic beliefs and faith, values and literature, art and architecture, music and mode of dress, manners and customs prevalent in a given society.Pakistani Culture is an Islamic CulturePakistan is an ideological Islamic State. Its very existence is due to Islam, so the Pakistani culture is primarily based on the Islamic way of life. All other ingredients of culture are inspired by Islam. Pakistani culture is highlighted by its grandeur, simplicity, firm convictions and noble deeds and ideas.Salient Features of Pakistani CultureThe main characteristics of Pakistani culture are as follows:1. Religious UniformityPakistan came into existence to provide its people a system of life based on Islam. The people, in spite of some differences of languages, customs and traditions commonly follow one religion of Islam. This is the religion, which is practiced by all people of Pakistan.2. LanguageA number of languages are spoken in Pakistan. Some of them are Punjabi, Sindhi, Pushto and Balochi. But Urdu is spoken and understand in all parts of Pakistan. Being the official language, it is the media of communication between all regions of Pakistan.3. Literature and PoetryLiterature is an important aspect of our cultural life. Most of our poets reflect Islamic code and trend in their poetry. They gave the message of love and brotherhood. Similarity of thought amongst poets and writers of all regions is an important factor of our cultural life.4. Dress and DietDress is an important menifestation of culture. The regional dresses of Pakistan under go changes in the light of local traditions, economic condition, way of living and wealth in the region. But in all Provinces people generally wear Shalwar Kameez.5. Mixed CulturePakistani culture is mixed culture although majority of people are Muslims by birth and faith. But there is great influence of Hindus and British culture on the present Pakistani society.6. Male Dominated SocietyIn Pakistani culture, the male member of the family enjoys the key position. Family is headed by a male member and in most cases, he is the sole source of income for other members of the family.7. Arts and ArchitectureThe iconoclasm of Islam has given a characteristic form and pattern in the use of elegant designs, based on geometric figures and floral forms borrowed from nature. The Shah Jahan Masjid, Shalimar Garden, Badshahi Masjid, Shahi Qila and many such graceful buildings are a living proof of the excellent Mughal architecture.8. HandicraftsEmbroidery, leather works, glazed pottery, wood work, carpet making, metal crafts and ivory are the essential parts of our culture. Pakistani craftsmen are considered as the best in their craftsmenship. They are known for the high quality works which is very popular in foreign countries.9. Recreational Activities - SportsThe recreational activities all over the Pakistan are common. The games like Cricket, Hockey, Football, Kabaddi etc are popular in every part of our country. These games reflect our cultural identity.10. EducationEducation contributes a great deal in developing national character. Educational system plays a vital role in the formation of Culture, Unity and Solidarity of a nation. It is therefore, important that the entire syllabus right from the lower to higher level should be placed in accordance with the ideology of Pakistan.11. Religious FestivalsFestivals play an important part of our culture. Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Azha are our two main religious festivals. They are celebrated with great happiness throughout the country.12. Islamic Rituals and Religious FestivalsIslamic rituals and festivals play an important part of our culture. The rituals and festivals are observed with unusual enthusiasm. Obligatory prayers, fasts during the month of Ramadan and the payment of Zakat prescribed by Islam are being observed almost everywhere. Statistics reveal that Paksitanis attendance at Hajj is usually very high. The enthusiasm with which Pakistani families celebrate religious festivals is a inspirational spectacle. Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Azha are our two main religious festivals. They are celebrated with great happiness throughout the country.13. Ulema, Mushaikh and Sufi PoetsUlema, Mushaikh and Sufi Poets occupy an honoured place in our cultural aspect of life. Sufis like Lal Shahbaz, Data Ganj Baksh, Shah Abdul latif, Sachal Sarmast, Hazrat Sultan Bahu and Waris Shah rendered meritorious services for the spread of Islam in the Sub Continent.ConclusionCulture which includes religion, literature art, architecture, dresses, music, manners and customs has its roots in the Islamic culture. Islam has described the rights and duties of every individual. Even in drinking, eating and dressing, we have to observe certain rules prescribed by Islam. So it may be said that Pakistani culture represents the true picture of Islamic culture. 2. Pakistani Societya) Definition and description of the term “Society”b) Characteristics of Pakistani Societyc) Comparison of Rural and Urban CommunitiesDefinitions of Society:"It is sum total of human relationships"or "Is an abstraction of a collection of relationships between individuals, usually including distinctive cultural, economic, or political properties and vary greatly in complexity and scope"or "A society or a human society is a group of people related to each other through persistent relations such as social status, roles and social networks." or"A large social grouping that shares the same geographical territory, subject to the same political authority and dominant cultural expectations."orRobert E. Perk says "A level of Human organization based on communication and culture as regarded as superimposed or distinguished from power."Description:Our society, the world in which we live, consists of many social groups and individuals of different age range, class, race and religion. As individuals, we choose to live by the morals and principles that are handed down to us from the society in which we have been brought up in. We will choose to apply these in the social groups in which we live.Characteristics of society:Always changingFelxibleSatisfies need of its memberslarge human groupestablished rule and lawown cultural identityself-sufficient social systemcommon interests among membersinterrelated or interdependentown means to surviveDifference between Rural - Urban CommunitiesSome sociologists have used the concept of rural-urban continuum to stress the idea that there are no sharp breaking points to be found in the degree or quantity of rural urban differences. Robert Redfield has given the concept of rural -urban continuum on the basis of his study of Mexican peasants of Tepoztlain.The rapid process of urbanization through the establishment of industries, urban traits and facilities have decreased the differences between villages and cities.There are some sociologists whose treat rural-urban as dichotomous categories have differentiated the two at various levels including occupational differences, environmental differences, differences in the sizes of communities, differences in the density of population, differences in social mobility and direction of migration, differences in social stratification and in the systems of social interaction.A third view regarding rural and urban communities has been given by Pocock who believe that both village and city are elements of the same civilization and hence neither rural urban dichotomy, nor continuum is meaningful. M.S.A. Rao points out in the Indian context that although both village and town formed part of the same civilization characterized by institution of kinship and caste system in pre-British India, there were certain specific institutional forms and organizational ways distinguishing social and cultural life in towns form that in village. Thus, according to Rao, Rural Urban continuum makes more senseGhurye believes that urbanization is migration of people from village to city and the impact it has on the migrants and their families.Maclver remarks that though the communities are normally divided into rural and urban the line of demarcation is not always clear between these two types of communities. There is no sharp demarcation to tell where the city ends and country begins. Every village possesses some elements of the city and every city carries some features of the village.R.K Mukherjee prefers the continuum model by talking of the degree of urbanization as a useful conceptual tool for understanding rural-urban relations.P.A Sorokin and Zimmerman in 'Principles of Rural-Urban sociology have stated that the factors distinguishing rural from urban communities include occupation, size and density of population as well as mobility, differentiation and stratification.SOCIAL CHANGESOCIAL CHANGE THEORIESSOCIAL CHANGE THEORIESCAUSES OF SOCIAL CHANGECAUSES OF SOCIAL CHANGEPATTERNS OF SOCIAL CHANGEPATTERNS OF SOCIAL CHANGESOCIAL MOVEMENT(THEORIES)


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