Learning Objectives

  1. Recognize one’s own emotional and cognitive reactions to a case study.
  2. Outline the elements of a multidimensional person-in-environment approach to human behavior.
  3. Advocate for an emphasis on diversity; inequality; social, economic, and environmental justice; and a global perspective in social work’s approach to human behavior.
  4. Summarize four ingredients of knowing how to do social work.
  5. Analyze the roles of theory and research in guiding social work practice.
  6. Apply knowledge of the multidimensional person-in-environment framework; diversity; inequal-ity; and the pursuit of human rights and social, economic, and environmental justice to recom-mend guidelines for social work engagement, assess-ment, intervention, and evaluation.