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GESC 2114B Local Social Welfare Services

2011-12, 2nd Term

Shaw College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong


Instructor: Professor J.J. Lee 李翊駿教授 (jiklee@cuhk.edu.hk / 2609-7521)

Office: Rm. 511 T.C. Cheng Bdg.

Venue: LPNLT (Lai Chan Pui Ngong Lecture Theatre)

Time: Friday, 3:30 – 5:15 p.m.,


  1. Course Description

This course is designed to provide basic information about social welfare and social services in Hong Kong to meet the educational need of the non-social work major students. Social welfare is a controversial issue. Students are going to explore the concepts, theories, principles and values of it to facilitate the development of their own views. They are required to study the provision of current social services funded by public monies. Further, they will examine the role played by professional social workers in helping society develop suitable social programs and services to satisfy the needs of the disadvantaged.


  1. Expected Learning Goals




Learning Goals:

        1. To learn the history of social welfare and social services;

        2. To explore different values, principles and theories about the concepts of help and social welfare;

        3. To study current social issues about needy people;

        4. To examine psychosocial needs of the deprived for the sake of developing appropriate services;

        5. To understand major social services provided by local government, and to know about the controversial issues and future development of welfare state.




  1. Expected Learning Outcomes




Learning Outcomes:

Matching of learning goals:

Upon completion of this course, students are expected to:


  1. To examine the historical development of local social welfare services

  1. To study basic concepts, philosophical assumptions and values of social welfare and social work

  1. To discuss current issues on social problems.

  1. To understand major social services provided by local government

  1. To explore the future development of social welfare services




Each learning outcome matches with the following learning goals:


Learning Outcome

√ LG 1

Learning Outcome 2

LG 2

Learning Outcome 3

√ LG 3

√ LG 4

Learning Outcome 4

√ LG 5

Learning Outcome 5

√ LG 5




  1. Course schedule




Week

Date

Topic

Contents

1

Jan 13 (Fri)

The concepts of help and social welfare

  1. The definition of social problems,

  2. The concepts and principles of help

  3. Human needs

  4. Definitions of social welfare


Required readings:

‧Abel-Smith & Titmuss, Ch. 6, “Social Welfare and the Art of Giving.”

‧Morales, Sheafor, & Scot, *Ch. 2, “Social Welfare: A Response to Human Need.”

‧Dolgoff & Feldstein, Ch. 6, “Concept of Social Welfare.”

2

Jan 20 (Fri)

Perspectives of social welfare

  1. Perspectives of social welfare

  2. Conceptualization of social welfare

  3. Welfare dependency


Required readings:

‧Clarke, et. al., Ch. 1, “Introduction: Ideologies of Welfare.”

‧Dolgoff & Feldstein, *Ch. 2, “’Social Values and Social Welfare.”

‧Prein & Bhur, “Does Welfare Lead to Dependency?”

‧梁麗清, 「依賴文化」

3

Jan 27 (Fri)

Social welfare development in the UK, USA & HK

  1. The social welfare development in the UK, USA, & HK

  2. The General Philosophy of Social Welfare in Hong Kong


Required readings:

‧Dolgoff & Feldstein, Ch. 3, “Social Values and Social Welfare: England from the Middle Ages Onward.” (UK)

‧Farley, Smith & Boyle, Ch. 2, “The Evolution of Social Welfare and Social Work in the United States.” (USA)

‧Lee, *The Colonial Government of Hong Kong’s Development of Social Welfare: From Economic and Social Service Perspectives. (HK)

4

Feb 3 (Fri)

Introduction to social work

  1. Definition, theories and practice of social work

  2. Social work stereotypes

  3. Roles and basic functions of social work













Required readings:

‧Johnson, Ch. 7, “The Personal Social Services.”

‧Morales et al. Ch. 3, “Social Work: A Comprehensive Helping Profession.”

‧Morales et al. *Ch. 8, “Values and Ethics in Social Work.”

5

Feb 10 (Fri)

Social work values and knowledge

  1. Social work values and purposes

  2. Knowledge base of Social work


Required readings:

‧Morales, Sheafor, & Scott, Ch. 9, “Competencies Required for Social Work Practice.”

‧Higham, Ch. 6, “Knowledge for Professional Practice.”

‧Johnson & Yanca, *Ch. 3, “Social Work as a Creative Blending of Knowledge, Values, and Skills.”

‧Mattaini, Ch. 5, “Knowledge for Practice.”

6

Feb 17 (Fri)

Child and family care services

  1. The concepts of family and child care services

  2. Supportive and substitute services

  3. Family and child care services in Hong Kong


Required readings:

‧Morales, Sheafor, & Scott *Ch. 15, “Social Work Practice with Women.”

‧Kirst-Ashaman Ch. 9, "Social Work and Services for Children and Families.”

‧Colby & Dziegielewski Ch. 8, “Child Welfare Services.” Young *, “Social Work with Families and Children,”

‧曾潔雯 ,「家庭及兒童社會工作。」

7

Feb 24 (Fri)

Mid-Term Examination

--


8

Mar 2 (Fri)

Services for young people

  1. Social problems associated with young people

  2. Social services for young people in Hong Kong


Required readings:

‧Morales, Sheafor, & Scott *Ch. 17, “Social Work Practice with Children and Youth.”

‧陳錦祥,「香港青少年服務的整合路向—加強回應青少年的需要。」

‧黃肇寧,*「廿一世紀青少年服務的發展趨勢。」

9

Mar 9 (Fri)

Services for older people

  1. Hong Kong as an aging society

  2. Emerging issues and trends among older people

  3. Social services for older people in Hong Kong










Required readings:

‧Morales, Sheafor, & Scott *Ch. 18, “Social Work Practice with Older Americans.”










‧Ambrosino et al., Ch. 12, “Older Adults: Needs and Services.”










‧李翊駿,*「香港老年社會福利服務概況簡介」

‧趙維生與何慧芝,「香港人口變化與社會政策的再考慮」

10

Mar 16 (Fri)

Services for people with disabilities

  1. Social responses to disability

  2. Risk factors

  3. Major Service-related definitions formulated by the World Programme of Action

  4. Social services for people with disability in Hong Kong


Required readings:

‧Morales, Sheafor, & Scott *Ch. 19, “Social Work Practice with People with Disabilities.”

‧江紹康,*「康復社會工作」

11

Mar 23 (Fri)

Poverty

  1. Definitions of poverty

  2. Measuring poverty

  3. Social responses to poverty

  4. Theoretical explanations for poverty

  5. Who are the poor


Required readings:

‧DiNitto, *Ch. 3, “Defining Poverty: Where to Begin?”, Ch. 4, “Preventing Poverty: The Social Insurance Programs.”,

‧Kirst-Ashman *Ch. 8, “Policies and Programs to Combat Poverty,”

12

Mar 30 (Fri)

Social security

  1. Government’s responsibility: The perspective of the Poor Laws

  2. Income maintenance

  3. Social security in Hong Kong


Required readings:

‧Farley, Smith & Boyle, Ch. 12, “Social Security and Public Welfare.”

‧Kirst-Ashman, *Ch. 8, “Policies and Programs to Combat Poverty,”

‧Ngan,“Social Security and Poverty,”

‧馮可立,「香港社會保障政策:模式的選取。」

13

Apr 13 (Fri)

Welfare state

  1. The concepts of the welfare state

  2. Perspectives on the welfare state

  3. The development of welfare state










Required readings:

‧Ambrosino et al., Ch. 4, “Diversity and Social Justice.”

‧Goldberg, *“Introduction: Three Stages of Welfare Capitalism.”

‧Gilbert and Terrell, Ch. 2, “The Modern Welfare State.”










‧Vogel, “Welfare State.”

14

Apr 20 (Fri)

Final Examination (centrally administered)






4. Learning Activities





Interactive Lecture

Group Project

Self-directed Study

in-class

out-class

in-class

out-class

in-class

out-class

Time

2 hours per week








2 hours per week




At least 2 hours per week for out-of-classroom study

Friday

15:30 – 17:15

No. of Sessions

14 Lectures
















Learning Activities Nature

M







M




M

Matching with learning outcomes (LO)

√ LO 1







√ LO 3

√ LO 4

√ LO 5




√ LO 3

√ LO 4

√ LO 5

√ LO 2

√ LO 3

√ LO 4

√ LO 5

M: Mandatory activity in the course O: Optional activity NA: Not applicable


I. Mandatory out-of-classroom project

The class will be divided into 10 groups. Each group will conduct a study on needy people from the perspective of social welfare and social service. The focus of the study is related to these people’s social life and/or social encounters in the community. By definition, needy people can be regarded as the follows: poor people, mentally and/or physically disabled, victims of family violence, older people, chronically sick, visually and hearing impaired. Each group should submit a group report at the end of the semester.


Note: The instructor has encouraged students to join with local social welfare agencies as volunteers to facilitate their completion of the projects. The instructor will act as a liaison officer to make the necessary link between potential social welfare agencies and students


  1. Assessment Scheme




Assessment Scheme

Description

Learning Outcomes

Attendance

(10%)

Students are required to attend weekly lectures to facilitate their learning activities

  1. LO 1

  2. LO 2

  3. LO 3

  4. LO 4

  5. LO 5

Out-of-class-room project

(15%)

Students will be divided into 10 groups and conduct a study on needy people from the perspective of social welfare and social service, focusing on their social life and/or social encounters in the community. The project is designed to expand students’ learning environment, to promote students’ learning motivation, and to give them a first-hand experience about the target population of the course.


Each group should submit a written report at the end of the term. The report can be written either in Chinese (2500 words) or English (2000 words).


1. √ LO 3

2. √ LO 4

3. √ LO 5

1.5 hours Mid-Term

examination

(35%)

Students are required to answer two out of four long questions.

1. √ LO 1

2. √ LO 2

3. √ LO 3

4. √ LO 4

5. √ LO 5

2 hours Final

examination

(40%)

Students are required to answer two out of four long questions.

1. √ LO 1

2. √ LO 2

3. √ LO 3

4. √ LO 4

5. √ LO 5




  1. Learning resources

Textbook

Morales, Armando T., Bradford W. Sheafor and Malcolm E. Scott. Social Work: A Profession of Many Faces, 12nd ed. Boston, MA: Pearson, 2011.


References

Abel-Smith, Brian, & Kay Titmuss (eds.) The Philosophy of Welfare: Selected Writings of Richard M. Titmuss. London, UK: Allen & Unwin, 1987.

Ambrosino, Rosalie, Joseph Herrernan, Guy Shuttlesworth, and Robert Ambrosino. Social Work and Social Welfare: An Introduction, 6th ed. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole, 2009.

Chen, Sheying. State socialism and the welfare state: A critique of two conventional paradigms. International Journal of Social Welfare, 11, 2002, pp. 228-242.

Clarke, John, Allan Cochrane, and Carol Smart. Ideologies of Welfare: From Dreams to Disillusion. London, UK: Hutchinson, 1987.

Colby, Ira, and Sophia Dziegielewski. Introduction to Social Work: The People’s Profession, 3rd ed. Chicago, IL: Lyceum Books, Inc., 2010.

DiNitto, Diana M. Social Welfare: Politics and Public Policy, 7th ed. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon, 2011.

Dolgoff, Ralph, and Donald Feldstein. Understanding Social Welfare: A Search for Social Justice, 8th ed. Boston, MA: Pearson/Allyn and Bacon, 2009.

Farley, O. William, Larry Lorenzo Smith, and Scott W. Boyle. Introduction to Social Work, 11th ed. Boston, MA: Pearson/Allyn & Bacon, 2009.

Gilbert Neil, and Paul Terrell. Dimensions of Social Welfare Policy, 7th ed. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 2010.

Goldberg, Gertrude Schaffner. “Introduction: Three Stages of Welfare Capitalism.” In Gertrude Schaffner Goldberg and Marguerite G. Rosenthal (eds.) Diminishing Welfare: A Cross-national Study of Social Provision. Westport, CT: Auburn House, 2002, pp. 1-31.

Higham, Patricia. Social Work: Introducing Professional Practice. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, 2006.

Johnson, Louise C., and Stephen J. Yanca. Social Work Practice: A Generalist Approach, 10th ed. Belmont, CA: Thomson – Brooks/Coles, 2010.

Johnson, Norman. Reconstructing the Welfare State: A Decade of Change 1980-1990. New York: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1990.

Kirst-Ashman, Karen K. Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare: Critical Thinking Perspectives, 3rd ed. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning, 2010.

Lee, jik-Joen. The Colonial Government of Hong Kong’s Development of Social Welfare: From Economic and Social Service Perspectives, 2007. (can be downloaded from the following homepage: http://ihome.cuhk.edu.hk/~b051716)

Mattaini, Mark A. “Knowledge for Practice.” In Mattaini, Mark A., Christine T. Lowery, and Carol H. Meyer (eds.) Foundations of Social Work Practice: A Graduate Text, 3rd ed. Washington, DC: NASW Press, 2002, pp. 95-131.

Ngan, Raymond. “Social Security and Poverty,” In Iris Chi and Siu-Kau Cheung. (eds.) Social Work in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Social Workers Association, 1996, pp. 119-128.

Prein, Gerald and Petra Buhr. “Does Welfare Lead to Dependency?” In Gaby Flösser and Hans-Uwe Otto (eds.) Towards More Democracy in Social Services: Models and Culture of Welfare. New York: Walter de Gruyter, 1998, pp. 75-90.

Segal, Elizabeth A., Karen E. Gerdes, and Sue Steiner. An Introduction to the Profession of Social Work: Becoming a Change Agent. Belmont, CA: Thomson/Brooks/Cole, 2007.

Vogel, Joachim. “Welfare State.” Social Indicators Research, Vol. 64, 2003, pp. 373-391.

Young, Katherine P.H. “Social Work with Families and Children,” In Iris Chi and Siu-Kau Cheung. (eds.) Social Work in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Social Workers Association, 1996, pp. 11-23.

Zastrow, Charles. Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare: Empowering People,10th ed. Belmont, CA: Thomson/Brooks/Cole, 2010.

江紹康。「康復社會工作。」周永新主編。《社會工作學新論》。香港:商務印書館,1994,頁214-228。

李翊駿。「香港老年社會福利政策發展簡史。」在石丹理、林孟秋、區初輝合編。《香港的社會工作:反思與挑戰》。香港:香港中文大學社會工作學系,1997,頁71-106。

梁麗清。「依賴文化」。在李健正、趙維生、梁麗清與陳錦華(編)。《新社會政策》。香港:中文大學出版社,1999,頁299-310。

陳錦祥。「香港青少年服務的整合路向—加強回應青少年的需要」。石丹理、林孟秋與區初輝合編,《香港的社會工作:反思與挑戰》。香港:香港中文大學社會工作學系,1997,頁107-116。

曾潔雯。「家庭及兒童社會工作。」在周永新編。《社會工作學新論》。香港:商務印書館,1994,頁183-196。

馮可立。「香港的社會保障政策:模式的選擇」。在李健正、趙維生、梁麗清與陳錦華(編)。《新社會政策》。香港:中文大學出版社,1999,頁143-156。

黃肇寧。「廿一世紀青少年服務的發展趨勢。」In Shek, Daniel T.L., Mong-Chow Lam, Chor-Fai Au, and J.J. Lee (eds.) Advances in Social Welfare in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, 2002, pp. 27-36.

趙維生與何慧芝。「香港人口變化與社會政策的再考慮」。在「長者服務蛻變」編輯委員會主編。《長者服務蛻變》。香港:香港基督教服務處,2005,頁18-38。



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