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Person-Environment Practice
Author : Susan P. Kemp,James K. Whittaker,Elizabeth M. Tracy
Publisher : Transaction Publishers
Release Date :
ISBN 10 : 9780202367842
Pages : 263 pages
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The primary audience for Person-Environment Practice is the great majority of social workers whose helping efforts extend to individuals, families, groups, and neighborhoods. Its primary aim is to examine each of these levels critically, through the prism of "environment," and to offer practical suggestions for both assessment and intervention.

Person-Environment Psychology
Author : W. Bruce Walsh,Kenneth H. Craik,Richard H. Price
Publisher : Psychology Press
Release Date : 2000-05-01
ISBN 10 : 1135687633
Pages : 360 pages
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A variety of theoretical approaches to person-environment psychology has been developed over the years, representing a rich range of intellectual perspectives. This second edition links the past and present and looks toward the future in reviewing new directions and perspectives in person-environment psychology. Stated differently, the main thrust of this volume is to present contemporary models and perspectives that make some sensible predictions concerning the individual and the environment using the person-environment relationship. Within a person-environment framework, these models and perspectives are concerned with how people tend to influence environments and how environments reciprocally tend to influence people. Thus, this second edition presents new directions in person-environment psychology and the implications for theory, research, and application.

Person-in-environment System
Author : James M. Karls,Karin Evon Wandrei
Publisher : N A S W Press
Release Date : 1994
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 223 pages
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"The person-in-environment (PIE) classification system allows social workers to classify and codify problems in social functioning. With the PIE System, clinicians can better understand clients who are experiencing difficulties with their roles, self-perceptions, and expectations in their interactions with others and in the context of their environments. Special Features * Helps practitioners develop strong intervention plans * Useful for developing agency and community programs and working with managed care companies"

Dimensions of Human Behavior
Author : Elizabeth D. Hutchison
Publisher : SAGE
Release Date : 2008
ISBN 10 : 1412941253
Pages : 630 pages
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In this text, you will meet social workers and clients from a variety of work settings and situations who bring the passion and power of social work to life through engaging case studies found throughout the text. These case studies help apply the latest theory and research to real life practice situations. The Third Edition offers new case studies and is thoroughly updated and revised to reflect recent census data, developing trends, and cutting-edge research on human behavior.

Person-in-environment System Manual
Author : James M. Karls,Maura E. O'Keefe
Publisher : N A S W Press
Release Date : 2008
ISBN 10 : 9780871013798
Pages : 102 pages
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Person-environment-behavior Research
Author : Douglas Amedeo,Reginald G. Golledge,Robert John Stimson
Publisher : Guilford Press
Release Date : 2009-01-01
ISBN 10 : 1593858701
Pages : 389 pages
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Research into spatial influences on people's everyday activities and experiences presents many conceptual and methodological complexities. Written by leading authorities, this book provides a comprehensive framework for collecting and analyzing reliable person?environment?behavior data in real-world settings that rarely resemble the controlled conditions described in typical texts. An array of research designs are illustrated in chapter-length examples addressing such compelling issues as spatial patterns of voting behavior, ways in which disabilities affect people's travel and wayfinding, how natural and built environments evoke emotional responses, spatial factors in elementary teaching and learning, and more. A special chapter guides the student or beginning researcher to craft a successful research proposal.

Person-environment Practice
Author : Susan P. Kemp,James K. Whittaker,Elizabeth M. Tracy
Publisher : Aldine De Gruyter
Release Date : 1997
ISBN 10 : 9780202361024
Pages : 263 pages
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The primary audience for Person-Environment Practice is the great majority of social workers whose helping efforts extend to individuals, families, groups, and neighborhoods. Its primary aim is to examine each of these levels critically, through the prism of "environment," and to offer practical suggestions for both assessment and intervention.

Person-Environment Psychology and Mental Health
Author : William E. Martin, Jr.,Jody L. Swartz-Kulstad
Publisher : Routledge
Release Date : 2000-03-01
ISBN 10 : 1135678677
Pages : 240 pages
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In recent years, mental health professionals who have traditionally focused on the emotional state of the individual have come to realize that problems arise from the unique interactions between particular individuals and environments. From necessity, they are beginning to look at context; no longer can they place the responsibility for mental health on the shoulders of the person alone. Most attention has been paid to the impact of educational and work settings, but it is clear that all life settings contribute meaningfully to positive psychological adaptation and must be considered in any attempt to understand a person's difficulties. This book explores the crucial ramifications of new theory and research in person-environment psychology for assessment and intervention. All practitioners seeking to deliver effective mental health services to adolescents and adults will learn from it.

Dimensions of Human Behavior
Author : Elizabeth Hutchison
Publisher : SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Release Date : 1999-01-25
ISBN 10 : 9780803990326
Pages : 512 pages
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Person and Environment is the first of two paperback volumes comprising Dimensions of Human Behaviour. Elizabeth Hutchinson creates an understanding of person, environment and time which is richly sensitive to difference, diversity and the mission of social work. She provides: an integrated, micro/macro perspective on human behavior, insights into human behaviour from biological psychological and spiritual perspectives, an examination of various human environments, from families to social movements and institutions, narrative chapter openings which give the research a "human face", and implications for social work practice integrated into each chapter. An Instructor's Resource Guide is available for both volumes to adopters who request it on their department's or organization's letterhead.

Social Diagnosis
Author : Mary Ellen Richmond
Publisher : Russell Sage Foundation
Release Date : 2017-12-31
ISBN 10 : 1610446801
Pages : 512 pages
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Social Diagnosis is the classic in social work literature. In it Miss Richmond first established a technique of social casework. She discusses the nature and uses of social evidence, its tests and their practical application, and summarizes the lessons to be learned from history, science, and the law. While other aids in diagnosis have been added to the caseworker's equipment, the assembling of social evidence is still an important discipline of the profession, to which this volume continues to make a significant contribution. No revision of the book has ever been made nor does any later book take its place.

Diversity, Oppression, and Social Functioning
Author : George A. Appleby,Edgar Colon,Julia Hamilton
Publisher : Prentice Hall
Release Date : 2011
ISBN 10 : 9780205787296
Pages : 300 pages
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Using the “Person-In-Environment” (PIE) theoretical framework, this diversity practice text teaches students how to think about their personal reactions and assumptions about diversity and what constitutes cultural competent “assessment” and “intervention” when working with a broad range of diverse populations. The diverse populations presented in the text are described within an ecological, strengths perspective. The authors' thesis is that, in order to work effectively with diverse populations, it is necessary to take into consideration the complex dynamics of social functioning and social oppression. The “Person-In-Environment” theoretical framework provides a basis for analysis of the social, economic, and political reality of these diverse populations. The text presents an affirmative practice approach and builds on the available diversity practice literature. This text can be used in diversity practice courses, courses on working with oppressed populations, and other practice courses (such as advanced practice) that focus on diversity issues.

The Theories of Person-environment Interaction: Implications for the College Student
Author : W. Bruce Walsh
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 1973
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 218 pages
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