identify and explain two key issues in mental health and discuss the potential…

Value 60% mark ( Fields of Practice)

Task

From the list of topic questions below, choose two questions and write an 800 word response for each. Please write your two answers in a single document for submission. Please indicate using sub-headings the questions you have chosen. Include one reference list at the end of your two responses.

Question 3. Mental health (topic 7)

Using Chapter 14 (Briggs & Adamson 2017) in the prescribed textbook , identify and explain two key issues in mental health and discuss the potential implications for social work and human services practice.

Question 7. Criminal justice (topic 11)

From Chapter 17 (Taylor & Frost 2017) in the prescribed textbook, identify and explain two key ideas and beliefs that have shaped contemporary justice systems within Australia, discuss the role of social work and human services within this field.
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Length:2 x 800 words Value 60% Task From the list of topic questions below, choose two questions and write an 800 word response for each. Please write your two answers in a single document for submission. Please indicate using sub-headings the questions you have chosen. Include one reference list at the end of your two responses. Question 3. Mental health (topic 7) Using Chapter 14 (Briggs & Adamson 2017) in the prescribed textbook , identify and explain two key issues in mental health and discuss the potential implications for social work and human services practice. Question 7. Criminal justice (topic 11) From Chapter 17 (Taylor & Frost 2017) in the prescribed textbook, identify and explain two key ideas and beliefs that have shaped contemporary justice systems within Australia, discuss the role of social work and human services within this field. Rationale, marking This assessment task will assess the following learning outcome/s: • be able to demonstrate a critical understanding of practice in the social services and the historical development of social service practice and the social work profession. • be able to demonstrate knowledge of the range of vulnerabilities and contexts of practice. • be able to understand and participate in discussions that reflect the contested nature of social services. • be able to identify and draw on relevant foundation knowledge from other disciplines that inform professional practice. • be able to identify and draw on relevant foundation knowledge, ethical principles and current debates to inform professional practice. • be able to engage in current debates surrounding professional intervention in a variety of contexts • be able to identify and discuss ethical and practice issues and dilemmas that arise in specific fields of practice.

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