Examining Global Social Welfare Issues: Using MicroCase
This workbook and the accompanying MicroCase databases function as an interactive tool that provides students with a platform for exploring current social welfare issues. The text, the first MicroCase book written for social workers by a social work researcher, addresses the social issues which practitioners, researchers, and clients find important. To complete the exercises in the book, students use the databases on the accompanying CD-ROM, which contain the same current data used by social scientists all over the world to do their research. These five data files allow students to compare states, countries, public attitudes, and the effect of time on some of the most important social welfare issues of our day.
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Population Growth as a Force for Social Change
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African Americans alcohol consumption analysis ANOVA answer behavior BETA birth rates bivariate Census chapter Cherry cirrhosis crime cultural conflict Data File deaths Dependent developed drug elderly euthanasia explain females fertility GENDER EQ gender equality GLOBAL Scatterplot graph health insurance high percentage Hispanic hypothesis identify immigration income increase Independent Variable infant mortality issues large numbers Line Logistic Regression look marriage measure menu MicroCase million Missing nations number of children number of police outlier overdrinking Pacific Islanders Pairwise deletion PERCENT percentage of women poor population growth prison Prob procedure PUB HEALTH public health question R-Squared rank regression Research Hypothesis/Question Scatterplot scores social welfare spending on public statistically significant statistically significant relationship Subset Category Subset Variable suicide Task Third World Third World countries THREEWORLD U.S. Bureau U.S. Census Bureau United Univariate variance View WORKSHEET EXERCISE