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The State of Economic and Social Human Rights: A Global Overview
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edited by Lanse Minkler, fl. 1993 (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2013, originally published 2013), 406 page(s)
This edited volume offers original scholarship on economic and social human rights from leading and new cutting-edge scholars in the fields of economics, law, political science, sociology, and anthropology. It analyzes the core economic and social rights and the crucial topic of nondiscrimination, and includes an...
edited by Lanse Minkler, fl. 1993 (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2013, originally published 2013), 406 page(s)
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Still Looking
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presented by Janet Adler; produced by Janet Adler (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media, 1989), 29 mins
This film documents the recent work of Janet Adler, the noted movement therapist whose earlier work was profiled 20 years ago in the classic film, “Looking for Me.” Here she works with eight women through a practice called Authentic Movement. Authentic Movement is concerned with the relationship between moving...
presented by Janet Adler; produced by Janet Adler (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media, 1989), 29 mins
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A Strength-Based Approach to DSM-5 Diagnosis
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presented by Yessenia Castro, fl. 2008-2017; produced by Microtraining Associates (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2016), 56 mins
Because the DSM-5 largely reflects a medical model, there is often concern by helping professionals that use of the diagnostic system precludes a holistic, wellness-oriented approach to client care. Yessenia Castro describes a framework for conceptualizing diagnostic assessment and utilizing the diagnostic system...
presented by Yessenia Castro, fl. 2008-2017; produced by Microtraining Associates (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2016), 56 mins
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Strike Dice! Betting on My Father
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written by Natalie Picoe; directed by Natalie Picoe; produced by Michael Solomon and Natalie Picoe (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2011), 58 mins
Addiction can break up families, and often does. This is the story of a daughter whose father, an addicted gambler, left the family when the children were young to pursue his addiction in Las Vegas. As a grown woman, Natalie goes to Las Vegas in search of her father, where she finds him homeless, gaunt, and unwash...
written by Natalie Picoe; directed by Natalie Picoe; produced by Michael Solomon and Natalie Picoe (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2011), 58 mins
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Stuck behind bars, a writer found a way to connect to the world
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produced by Public Broadcasting Service (Arlington, VA: NewsHour Productions, 2016), 7 mins
Reginald Dwayne Betts grew up an honor student with hopes for college, but went to prison at 16 for carjacking, his first run-in with the law. Reading, and poetry in particular, became a comfort and gave him a new identity. The writer, who is now a law student and a prison reform advocate, sits down with Jeffrey B...
produced by Public Broadcasting Service (Arlington, VA: NewsHour Productions, 2016), 7 mins
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The Summit
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(Bullfrog Films), 25 mins
The 1995 Copenhagen Social Summit promised action on poverty, employment and social integration -- pledging governments to deliver greater social justice to the world's six billion inhabitants. But in the five years since Copenhagen, the gap between the rich and the poor actually widened, while development assist...
(Bullfrog Films), 25 mins
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Supporting Disabled People with their Sexual Lives
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presented by Tuppy Owens, 1944- (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, originally published 2015), 226 page(s)
Many health and social care professionals today feel untrained, fearful and ill-equipped to support their disabled patients, clients and service users in their sexual lives. The result is that disabled people can be left feeling frustrated and afraid that their sexual needs will be forever unrecognised and unmet....
presented by Tuppy Owens, 1944- (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, originally published 2015), 226 page(s)
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The Survival Guide for Newly Qualified Social Workers: Hitting the Ground Running
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presented by Gordon Jack, fl. 2015 and Helen Donnellan, fl. 2000 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, originally published 2008), 250 page(s)
So, you've passed your degree and have started your first job. But are you confident about translating the theory into practice? Are you prepared to juggle the workload of a busy social worker? Do you have a plan for your continuing professional development? This practical guide provides a wealth of suggestions to...
presented by Gordon Jack, fl. 2015 and Helen Donnellan, fl. 2000 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, originally published 2008), 250 page(s)
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Surviving the Texas Church Shooting
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produced by Neeti Upadhye, fl. 2010, New York Times Company (New York, NY: The New York Times 360, 2017), 1 min
At home recovering from a gunshot wound, Rosanne Solis talks about the church shooting that killed 26 people on Sunday morning in Sutherland Springs, Tex.
produced by Neeti Upadhye, fl. 2010, New York Times Company (New York, NY: The New York Times 360, 2017), 1 min
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Sustaining Appropriate Clinical Boundaries in Home and Community Care
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produced by Missouri Institute of Mental Health (St. Louis, MO: Missouri Institute of Mental Health, 2008), 33 mins
Due to the home and community-based location of their work, community support staff and other in-home care providers have unique challenges in maintaining appropriate clinical boundaries with their clients. In this training, Jan Heumann explores numerous potential pitfalls that can ensnare well-meaning professiona...
produced by Missouri Institute of Mental Health (St. Louis, MO: Missouri Institute of Mental Health, 2008), 33 mins
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