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Community and Family Studies: Groups in Context

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Includes extensive notes and definitions on the whole area of Groups in Context

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Psychiatric diagnosis Health Human development Personal life Homelessness Housing Humanitarian aid Socioeconomics Disability Developmental disability Intellectual disability Street children
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Psychiatric diagnosis Health Human development Personal life Homelessness Housing Humanitarian aid Socioeconomics Disability Developmental disability Intellectual disability Street children
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You will be required to undertake a detailed investigation of TWO groups to examine the role that positive social environments can have on enhancing the wellbeing of the group and individuals within the group. Module focus: ▪ Specific groups within the community ▪ Exploring the specific groups within the community ▪ Issues of concern for specific groups within the community ▪ Creating positive social environments Exploring the specific groups within the community Equity refers to fairness and having an equal opportunity to access resources and services. However, members of some community groups in our society: • experience inequity and are marginalised in our society • are vulnerable and are at risk of social disadvantage • experience inequaliti...
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