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How does a school or department of social work select what curriculum, with its attendant political ideologies, is used, given that a politically neutral social work classroom probably cannot exist?
The literature on political ideology provides some insight into social workers' political ideologies.
Reelpolitik II: Political Ideologies in '50s and '60s Films.
the importance of population history; a new look at industrialisation; the nature of American domination of the twentieth century, or at least most of it; the nature of civil liberties; the collapse of those political ideologies that so dominated and corrupted life in the twentieth century; and, finally, 'culture at the start of the new millennium'.
Having postulated and identified the process of transition to modernity, they tended to view positively the expansion of European and American capital and the diffusion of western cultural values and political ideologies.
Others saw a missed opportunity for the pillorying of political ideologies.
Unlike many international terrorist groups, the groups operating from a domestic base in the United States function more on emotional issues than on deeply entrenched political ideologies.
The movie chronicles a Centers for Disease Control Team Leader (Modine) assigned to research the newly discovered malady and his frustrations as political ideologies, agendas, egos, bureaucratic infighting and prejudices paralyzed the nations ability to respond to this deadly disease.
They are more fundamental than differences among political ideologies and political regimes.
WASHINGTON -- Republican William Bennett and Democrat Howard Dean will debate opposing political ideologies and key issues that will determine the upcoming Presidential election on Thursday, September 30, in Portland, Maine, as part of the Fall Conference of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC).
College London, UK) explores the concept that individuals bear a responsibility for the success or failure of their own lives, why personal responsibility matters, how it relates to social policy, and the role of the government, considering philosophical theories, political ideologies in the UK and US, the thoughts of social policy experts, and public opinion on the topic in Britain and other European countries, then applying these ideas to contemporary issues of unemployment, health, drug abuse, and personal debt and financial rewards in Britain.
With the emergence of political ideologies which eschew corporate responsibility for those who cannot earn an independent living," he asks, "will the successful campaign to close down the last vestiges of institutional care and treatment for people with mental disabilities turn out to be a hollow victory?