Integrating social development with social work education, this book meets a crucial need for social work educators, scholars, and students. Unlike theory works which list out the skills required for the practice of social work methods but do not enable development of these skills, this manual discusses concrete exercises for the development of method-linked skills. The book carries a continuous thread of discourse on how to develop interactive work ability in individuals to ensure holistic professional development. It facilitates the inculcation of professional and global competencies essential for a social worker in a student.
Ability to observe the details, remember these and select the relevant amongst these, interpret and report them verbally or in writing are essential skills for a social worker. This largely depends upon our social perceptions.
To understand how perception plays an important role in our personality and also in our communication, we must first understand the basic concept of perception ...