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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 (firstname.lastname@example.org / 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.,
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.
4. Learning Activities
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
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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.
Students are welcome to give comments and feedback at any time during the class. Stop by to talk to the lecturer or contact person.
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