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Clinical HBSE concentration: a transactional model

Author: Farmer, Rosemary L
Author Background:
Date 3/1/99
Type Journal
Journal Title: Journal of Social Work Education
Volume/Pages v 35 no2 Spring/Summer 1999 p. 289-99
Subject Matter Human Behavior
Abstract This article specifies a transactional model for adequately addressing underconcentration on key areas in advanced clinical HBSE courses. The author discusses the underconcentration, particularly in social work s understanding of the biological and spiritual aspects of human beings. The author also distinguishes the transactional model from other reductionist or interactionist models of human behavior, and addresses ways to implement the model in the classroom. Reprinted by permission of the publisher. DE: Behavioral-sciences-Teaching; Social-work-education-Curriculum; Curriculum-development-Theories-and-principles; Curriculum-development-Social-work-schools