Stanford university social work

junio 17, 2022

Violencia Social (Universidad, Trabajo)

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Bilingual Master’s Degree Program in Social Work

In 1996, Mathew Jackson and Asher Wolinsky published «A Strategic Model of Social and Economic Networks», in the Journal of Economic Theory, a paper that is considered the beginning of the entire literature on the social network approach, or social network theory, in economic analysis. In that paper they defined a network as a set of agents (which can be individuals as well as firms, institutions and markets) connected by links, and established what characteristics networks need to have in order to be efficient in the sense that the agents in them are satisfied and the network is stable.

«Most of our interactions as human beings are social,» explained the laureate in an interview shortly after hearing the news of the award, «We depend on other people for information, connections, opportunities and also norms of behavior. Therefore, the networks in which we are integrated condition in a very important way the way we behave and the results we obtain. In that first paper we tried to build the most basic model we could imagine of how people relate to each other and how they form professional contacts, friendships, alliances and all kinds of relationships».

Enfoques de Intervención y Teorías Contemporáneas

La concepción generalizada que considera que la producción científica universitaria es inherente e intrínsecamente internacional ha contribuido a la escasa indagación de este objeto de estudio en la investigación empírica. Aquí se presentan las diversas posiciones discursivas sobre la concepción y percepción de la internacionalización de la investigación que tienen los profesores universitarios en Honduras, así como las controversias que este tema suscita en los países de la región, todo lo cual incide en el desarrollo de las instituciones de educación superior. Para ello, se ha utilizado una metodología cualitativa/estructural para analizar los datos discursivos producidos en reuniones grupales convocadas según una muestra estructural ad hoc. Como resultado, se han identificado seis posiciones discursivas que configuran una estructura relacional, que se ha representado gráficamente:: (A) Dependiente, (B) Independiente, (C) Pasiva (D) Interdependiente, (E) Cooperativa regional y (F) Crítica. Aunque la posición (A) Dependiente se identifica como dominante, es la (D) Interdependiente la que ocupa la posición central en el espacio discursivo, ya que en ella confluyen diferentes posiciones. El análisis es un insumo útil para el diseño de políticas públicas relacionadas con la internacionalización de la investigación.

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After learning about UC-Davis’ free therapy services, Manriquez showed up at the student health center and got an emergency session through Zoom the same day. He was referred to other resources within days and eventually attended weekly group therapy.

That was in September 2020. Manriquez, now president of the student union, considers himself lucky. These days it can take up to a month to get an appointment with a counselor, he said, and that’s «at a university that strives to have services be available.»

Van Orman, a past president of the American College Health Association, said the deterioration of college students’ mental health is on the rise. More and more students are coming in with «active suicidal ideation, who are in crisis, or in such severe distress that they are unable to function,» Van Orman said. For counselors, «this is like working in a psychiatric emergency room.»

As a result, wait times can be weeks for students with non-urgent needs, such as help coping with stress related to classes or the transition to college.

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