Assignment Help-Application of Change Theory for Social Change-Poverty


Assignment Help-Application of Change Theory for Social Change-Poverty

An understanding of change theory is critical to the success of human services professionals.

A classic model of change theory consists of three phases: unfreezing, (b) movement, and (c) refreezing (Lewin, 1951).

Another model describes the differences between first- and second-order change and how first-order change may continue to perpetuate the very problems human services professionals seek to remedy (Watzlawick, Weakland, & Fisch, 1974).

As you examine issues related to the human services profession and society, you should think about how you can apply change theory and processes to guide you in addressing the issue. Along with change theory and processes, you also should consider codes of ethics to guide you in addressing these issues.

To prepare for this Assignment, review this week’s Learning Resources. Select a change theory and the related change processes (e.g., force-field analysis, SWOT analysis) that you might apply to the issue you selected in Week 1. In addition, consider the ethical challenges that you might encounter and codes of ethics you might apply to address these challenges.

Assignment Help-Application of Change Theory for Social Change-Poverty

The Assignment:
Briefly describe your professional or societal issue.
Describe a change theory and related change processes that may be applied to your professional or societal issue.
Explain how you might apply the theory and processes.
Briefly describe two ethical principles, issues, or challenges that might arise in your efforts to apply these changes.
Explain how a professional code of ethics might advise in each case. Be specific, citing elements from an applicable code of ethics.

Assignment Help-Application of Change Theory for Social Change-Poverty

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