ScholarWorks > HHS > Social Work > JSSW > Vol. 34 > Iss. 4 (2007)
Social functioning, sociology, social work practice
This article describes the experience of a social work mental health agency with Social Role Theory (SRT), that is an organizing concept for the delivery of its assessment and treatment program. SRT has been called the process variable of the program, meaning how services are delivered. Social functioning, a concept taken from SRT, is a treatment outcome. The overall purposes of the article are to describe the contribution of sociology to social work practice, and to advance the argument that social functioning is a common base for social work practice generally.
Blakely, Thomas J. and Dziadosz, Gregory M.
"Social Functioning: A Sociological Common Base for Social Work Practice,"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 34:
4, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol34/iss4/8
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