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Choose at least two social work theories; explain their main principles, advantages and disadvantages and apply them to the assessment, planning and intervention in one of the case studies provided below.

| February 8, 2017

Introduction Recognition of the importance of evidence and theory-based practice in social work has grown in recent years (Webb, 2001). Their importance in this field of work should be encouraged as early as possible.

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What are the key similarities and differences between Freud and Jung’s theories of dreams?

| February 7, 2017

Introduction Historically, dreams have often been given cultural significance all over the world, and various speculations abound on the origin and function of this intriguing phenomenon. However, it was the pioneering work of Freud in the late 19th Century which truly revolutionised the way dreams are discussed in much contemporary discourse.

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Application of psychological theories at the Queens Hospital

| February 7, 2017

Abstract This report analyses the application of psychological theories at the Queens Hospital where I was on placement as a Health Care Assistant.

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Multiculturalism in Children’s Writing in the US in the 1980s

| January 16, 2017

Introduction This essay will firstly give an overview of the history of multicultural children’s literature. Secondly, it will map out key theories and debates surrounding multicultural children’s literature in the United States. Thirdly the essay will analyse two books set within the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that were published in the United States in the late 1980s […]

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Comparison of the Theories of Sigmund Freud and Emile Durkheim on Religion

| January 14, 2017

Abstract This paper examines the works of Sigmund Freud and Emile Durkheim on religion, looking at how both theorists essentially viewed religion as serving an integral role in human culture.

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Discuss and reflect on how different theories of motivation help explain your intention to maximise the experience of being a student in a University

| August 30, 2016

Abstract Motivation is a psychological attribute that stimulates the brain to act in a certain way in order to achieve a desired outcome or goal. It is considered the driving force of all decisions that individuals make throughout their life. This essay would seek to discuss and reflect on how the different theories on motivation […]

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Theories on Resource Curse

| June 13, 2014

Introduction The resource curse or excess availability of natural resources presents a particularly interesting analysis when it comes to economics and often underpins many of the policies and theories which can be looked at in relation to how the government can organise its own economic behaviour, so as to achieve long-term economic growth (Acemoglu, 1996).

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The theories I have learned at university and tried to put into practice whilst on my 2nd year placement

| December 1, 2012

Introduction This assignment will discuss some of the theories I have learned at university and tried to put into practice whilst on my 2nd year placement. Social theory helps us to understand the ways of the world and how we live in it. It also provides us with different outlooks on why things happen in […]

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