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They create problems which then have to be solved in their turn. Institutions, too, are frequently bitterly hard on individuals: dehu manising, categorising, stigmatising and processing. Residents are at the mercy of staff and we have had to invent inspectorial systems to protect residents from abuse—though how inadequate these sys tems still are has been underlined by recent scandals. W h a t institutions can achieve positively has been demonstrated by a long series of pioneers: Tuke, Maxwell Jones, Aichorn, Bettelheim, Homer Lane, David Wills—and their ideas and methods have gradually won acceptance, even if a variable application.
Psycho-social problems, while they might have a particular emphasis in terms of causation at the individual, family, group or community level, or require a methodolo gical emphasis in terms of solution, were in the final analysis, indivis ible. In 1955 the American National Association of Social Workers set about the attempt to find basically, the common ground which existed between the fieldwork methods and their various settings. W. report identified five elements in this 'common base': (1) Values—the worth and dignity of the individual, and his rights in democratic society to execute choice and fulfil his potential.
But this stream has also concerned itself with the old as well as the new. ) and in attempts at reform (Education Priority areas, Community Development P r o jects, are examples). (2) Community development stream This began possibly in Britain's Imperial heyday in attempts to equip colonial administrators with some community work skills, even though these were geared (in cri tics' eyes) to objectives of economic exploitation. The tradition of community work training for under-developed countries has persisted here and has been utilised for training indigenous workers by these countries themselves.
Casework in Context. A Basis for Practice by D. E. F. Tilbury and Jean P. Nursten (Auth.)