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insocialwork podcast #210 – karen zgoda, rachel l. west, and patricia shelly: promoting macro social work through social media/twitter chats #macrosw
active learning strategies in data analysis to reduce student anxiety #sequel2017
an all-too-human grind: a review of the film grinder
sequel 2017 conference proposals & registration #sequel2017
insocialwork podcast #199 – karen zgoda, dr. melanie sage, dr. jonathan singer, and dr. lauri goldkind: technology-mediated assignments for real world learning
film review: a young man’s future
#pulseorlandosyllabus, #pulseorlando & #macrosw

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H4 this post created by karen zgoda, patricia shelly, msw, @ubssw,  and one of my former students sheri labree, msw. it is cross-posted to reach as many as possible.
here is a macro social work version of an #orlandosyllbus. it can help us understand the facts and the complex layers of meaning of the june 12, 2016 massacre at the pulse nightclub. it includes some implications for social work practice.
please note the #pulseorlandosyllabus,  listed below,  is extensive. it includes current articles, in addition to less recent publications.
intro by sheri labree, msw:

orlando syllabus for social workers compiled by karen zgoda and pat shelly
victims:
the lives lost in orlando:  06-15-16 washington post https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/national/orlando-shooting/victims/
syllabi:
#pulseorlandosyllabus    58 pp. crowdsourced by librarians and teachers:   bit.ly/orlandosyllabus
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apa (6th ed) citation for this podcast:
southeastern massachusetts quantitative engagement and literacy
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apa (6th ed) citation for this podcast:
southeastern massachusetts quantitative engagement and literacy
apa (6th ed) citation for this podcast:
resources: (another resource list – an orlando syllabus for social workers – is posted below )
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 nonbinary 
nonbinary
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genderqueer
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genderfluid

hate crimes
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misogyny:
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apa (6th ed) citation for this podcast:
southeastern massachusetts quantitative engagement and literacy
apa (6th ed) citation for this podcast:
resources: (another resource list – an orlando syllabus for social workers – is posted below )
note:
latin@
agender
 
 nonbinary 
nonbinary
 gender non-conforming, genderqueer 
gender non-conforming
genderqueer
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genderfluid

hate crimes
latinx
misogyny:
em apa (6th ed) citation for this podcast:
southeastern massachusetts quantitative engagement and literacy
apa (6th ed) citation for this podcast:
resources: (another resource list – an orlando syllabus for social workers – is posted below )
note:
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 nonbinary 
nonbinary
 gender non-conforming, genderqueer 
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an all-too-human grind: a review of the film grinder https://karenzgoda.org/2016/10/19/an-all-too-human-grind-a-review-of-the-film-grinder/
#hollywoodmustdobetter https://twitter.com/search?q=%23hollywoodmustdobetter&src=typd
glaad’s studio responsibility index (2016) http://www.glaad.org/files/2016_sri.pdf
many common stereotypes of films dealing with lgbt issues http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/exchange/kim-k/reel-queer-movie-lovers-look-films-dealing-lgbt-issues
50% of gay and lesbian youth reporting they are rejected by their parents for their sexual orientation http://www.huffingtonpost.com/amy-pascal/hollywoods-depiction-of-g_b_2945537.html
gays and lesbians [that] make up about 40 percent of all homeless youth. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/amy-pascal/hollywoods-depiction-of-g_b_2945537.html
toxic masculinity https://goodmenproject.com/featured-content/the-difference-between-toxic-masculinity-and-being-a-man-dg/
toxic masculinity http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2016/06/toxic-masculinity-and-mass-murder/486983/
lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender http://www.apa.org/topics/lgbt/index.aspx
american psychological association http://www.apa.org/index.aspx
sexual orientation & gender https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/sexual-orientation-gender
planned parenthood https://www.plannedparenthood.org
#pulseorlandosyllabus, #pulseorlando & #macrosw https://karenzgoda.org/2016/06/23/pulseorlandosyllabus-pulseorlando-macrosw/
#macrosw chat on toxic masculinity http://www.relandothompkinsjones.com/macrosw-chat-on-toxic-masculinity-sept-15th-at-9pm-est/
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http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/06/16/us/hate-crimes-against-lgbt.html?_r=1 http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/06/16/us/hate-crimes-against-lgbt.html?_r=1
http://www.latina.com/lifestyle/our-issues/why-we-say-latinx-trans-gender-non-conforming-people-explain http://www.latina.com/lifestyle/our-issues/why-we-say-latinx-trans-gender-non-conforming-people-explain
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https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/national/orlando-shooting/victims/ https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/national/orlando-shooting/victims/
bit.ly/orlandosyllabus https://docs.google.com/document/d/1f8-gismgvkq8xokbmcep9h3f8jeafcbqcjhxshhdlem/edit#heading=h.79ffcp3sgll8
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skip to content karen zgoda teacher, social worker, informavore, rebel scum home about me contact me cv fussy eater services insocialwork podcast #210 – karen zgoda, rachel l. west, and patricia shelly: promoting macro social work through social media/twitter chats #macrosw march 3, 2017 listen to the podcast here: episode 210 – karen zgoda, rachel l. west, and patricia shelly: promoting macro social work through social media/twitter chats in this episode, our guests karen zgoda, rachel l. west, and patricia shelly describe how they are using macro social work twitter chats to promote support for and education about all forms of macro practice activities. they discuss what twitter chats are, why they matter, and why social workers are producing and participating in them. karen zgoda, lcsw, is an instructor in the school of social work at bridgewater state university. she starting hosting online social work chats in 2000 and is currently a collaborator and chat host for the #macrosw twitter chats, focused on macro social work practice. karen previously wrote the sw 2.0 technology column for the new social worker magazine and served as an americorps vista member and project coordinator at ctcnet working on digital divide issues. her research and pedagogical interests include technology in social work and education, macro social work, social policy, and research methods. you can find ms. zgoda on twitter as @karenzgoda. rachel west, lmsw, is social media manager for the association for community organization and social administration (acosa), where she became one of the founders of the #macrosw twitter chats. in 2012, she founded the political social worker, a blog dedicated to community practice social work and politics. providing consultation to nonprofits and private practices since 2013, ms. west’s consultation focuses on a number of issues related to advocacy and community outreach, including the use of social media as a community organizing tool. ms. west also works privately as a career coach, coaching and training macro social workers. additionally, she is an instructor at stony brook university, school of social welfare, teaching advanced macro social work practice. you can find ms. west on twitter as @polisw. patricia shelly, msw, is director of community engagement and expansion at the university at buffalo school of social work. she has served as a member of the lgbt domestic violence committee of western new york for 12 years and the women in black buffalo movement for 15 years. previously, ms. shelly was the associate director for the institute for research and education on women and gender at the university at buffalo. she is the editor of socialworksynergy, the blog of the university at buffalo school of social work. she is a chat partner for the #macrosw twitter chats and often serves as a chat host. you can find ms. shelly on twitter as @patshellyssw. direct podcast link here. apa (6th ed) citation for this podcast: episode 210 – karen zgoda, rachel l. west, and patricia shelly: promoting macro social work through social media/twitter chats. (2017, february 27). insocialwork® podcast series. [audio podcast] retrieved from http://www.insocialwork.org/episode.asp?ep=210 rate this:share this:click to email (opens in new window)click to print (opens in new window)share on facebook (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)click to share on pinterest (opens in new window)click to share on google+ (opens in new window)click to share on tumblr (opens in new window)click to share on reddit (opens in new window)moreclick to share on pocket (opens in new window)like this:like loading... leave a comment from → #macrosw, macro social work, podcasts active learning strategies in data analysis to reduce student anxiety #sequel2017 january 11, 2017 research mark, everyone’s favorite! here is the sway presentation i created for the sequel2017 conference sponsored by quantity across the curriculum (quac) at bridgewater state university. i am serving on quac this year and learned so much at today’s event! for more information about quac and for regular updates, please reach out to colleague matt salomone. active learning strategies in data analysis to reduce student anxiety rate this:share this:click to email (opens in new window)click to print (opens in new window)share on facebook (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)click to share on pinterest (opens in new window)click to share on google+ (opens in new window)click to share on tumblr (opens in new window)click to share on reddit (opens in new window)moreclick to share on pocket (opens in new window)like this:like loading... leave a comment from → presentations an all-too-human grind: a review of the film grinder october 19, 2016 filmmaker brandon ruckdashel has deftly answered the call for #hollywoodmustdobetter with his film grinder. i’m certain that it had been included in glaad’s studio responsibility index (2016), it would have received a good rating for avoiding many common stereotypes of films dealing with lgbt issues. it’s too easy for an impressionable teenager searching for affirmation and love to be groomed and manipulated, especially by an abusive, power-driven predator who promises to make dreams of success, love, and admiration come true. we meet 16 year old luke grappling with his journey of self-discovery, his abusive home environment, and flirting online with rich. with 50% of gay and lesbian youth reporting they are rejected by their parents for their sexual orientation, it is no surprise that after his father’s homophobia violently erupts, luke runs away to the city towards rich and the promise of acceptance and opportunity. he joins the “gays and lesbians [that] make up about 40 percent of all homeless youth.” to watch his innocence methodically taken from him in a myriad of ways is unsettling, and yet, that his story happens daily to many young people in his situation is truly heartbreaking. when luke comes to the city, he meets a photographer named tim employed by rich. tim’s identity and sexual orientation struggles are exemplified by his literal running to escape who he is and what he wants: model: “what are we looking for?” tim: “something that adds texture…without taking away from the focus.” model smokes cigarette. “i’m trying to quit.” tim: “i’m trying to take care of myself.” he photographs rich’s men for a profitable living. when behind his camera, tim is at his most comfortable and emotionally intimate with his male subjects, albeit at a distance. physical intimacy only happens not with his female fiancé, who is always absent, but with his male partners after self-hating and drinking. tim develops a fascination with luke, and not unlike many of us feeling the weight of our choices over many years, possibly sees a younger version of himself with all the hope and simplicity in life he still wished he had. tim fights to give luke the opportunity and freedom he so desperately wishes for. the real grinder here is not the app. rather, it is overcoming the male meat grinder stuffed with toxic masculinity, homophobia, self-loathing, hatred, identity, power, striving, and finding one’s place in the world. to become successful, how far will you go, and what will it do to you along the way? what are the paths for young men like luke to grow up with love and support to become the man he wants to be? or the paths for men like tim to escape toxic masculinity and embrace his own multifaceted place in the world? how can we help more men find them, and demonstrate support? unfortunately these men are stuck in the grinder. however, daybreak, and the possibility of new beginnings, await. additional resources: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender from the american psychological association sexual orientation & gender from planned parenthood #pulseorlandosyllabus, #pulseorlando & #macrosw #macrosw chat on toxic masculinity (chat archive available here) rate this:share this:click to email (opens in new window)click to print (opens in new window)share on facebook (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)click to share on pinterest (opens in new window)click to share on google+ (opens in new window)click to share on tumblr (opens in new window)click to share on reddit (opens in new window)moreclick to share on pocket (opens in new window)like this:like loading... leave a comment from → film reviews sequel 2017 conference proposals & registration #sequel2017 october 12, 2016 quantity across the curriculum is a faculty-driven program for quantitative reasoning at bridgewater state university. quac’s mission is to increase student and faculty engagement and success with numbers in all disciplines of higher education. southeastern massachusetts quantitative engagement and literacy is an annual meeting of higher education faculty and staff around teaching, learning, and student success with quantitative literacy across the curriculum. faculty and staff from the region are invited to attend, present, and share. thursday, january 12, 2017, 8:30am – 2:30pm, at bridgewater state university burnell hall 132 100 burrill avenue bridgewater, massachusetts math anxiety and avoidance not only interfere with students’ test-taking success; they can also keep students from engaging with quantitative content elsewhere in their coursework and career. sequel 2017 invites proposals and sharing around how to understand and mitigate our students’ (and our own!) anxieties around numbers, and locating and building instead on quantitative strengths in the college classroom. view this document on scribd to register for sequel 2017, click here. call for proposals we invite proposals for presentations, workshops, and round tables. proposals will be reviewed by conference organizers, and this call will close october 31, 2016. presenters will be notified on november 18th. to submit a proposal, click here. source: sequel 2017 rate this:share this:click to email (opens in new window)click to print (opens in new window)share on facebook (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)click to share on pinterest (opens in new window)click to share on google+ (opens in new window)click to share on tumblr (opens in new window)click to share on reddit (opens in new window)moreclick to share on pocket (opens in new window)like this:like loading... leave a comment from → conferences, teaching insocialwork podcast #199 – karen zgoda, dr. melanie sage, dr. jonathan singer, and dr. lauri goldkind: technology-mediated assignments for real world learning september 12, 2016 this podcast contains follow-up conversation from our cswe 2015 #swtech session! listen to the podcast here: insocialwork podcast #199 – karen zgoda, dr. melanie sage, dr. jonathan singer, and dr. lauri goldkind: technology-mediated assignments for real world learning have you considered incorporating technology or social media into your courses? if you have, then you are not alone. however, it can be daunting, given that there seems to be an increasing push to use these digital tools but not much direction as to how to do it. in this podcast, four social work educators talk about how they have used digital tools in their teaching. professors karen zgoda, melanie sage, jonathan singer, and lauri goldkind offer examples from their work as they share thoughts about, and experiences with, integrating technology-mediated assignments into their coursework. karen zgoda is an instructor in the school of social work at bridgewater state university. she starting hosting online social work chats in 2000 and is currently a collaborator and chat host for the #macrosw twitter chats focused on macro social work practice. karen previously wrote the sw 2.0 technology column for the new social worker magazine and served as an americorps vista member and project coordinator at ctcnet working on digital divide issues. her research and pedagogical interests include technology in social work and education, macro social work, social policy, and research methods. melanie sage, phd, is an assistant professor and bssw program director at university of north dakota, where she conducts research in areas of both child welfare and technology. she has trained over 1,000 social workers in the ethical use of social media and is especially interested in how technology is used in child welfare practice and in social work classrooms. she teaches coursework in direct practice with individuals and families, children’s mental health, and motivational interviewing. dr. sage holds a phd in social work and research from portland state university and an msw from east carolina university and spent most of her pre-academic social work career in child welfare and mental health settings. currently, she’s working with colleagues, dr. laurel hitchcock and dr. nancy smyth, on a book titled “teaching social work with digital technology.” you can join her for conversation and virtual coffee on twitter: @melaniesage. jonathan b. singer, phd, lcsw, is an associate professor of social work at loyola university chicago and founder and host of the social work podcast. his practice, teaching, and scholarship focuses on suicide intervention, cyberbullying, family-based interventions, community services, school social work, technology, and podcasts. dr. singer is the author of 45 publications, including the 2015 book “suicide in schools: a practitioner’s guide to multilevel prevention, assessment, intervention, and postvention.” he has given over 100 academic and continuing education presentations nationally for the u.s. military, community mental health agencies, school districts, and clinical social work organizations. he can be found on twitter as @socworkpodcast. lauri goldkind, phd, teaches at fordham across the foundation and advanced year curricula as well as in the masters of nonprofit administration program. she holds an msw from suny stony brook with a concentration in planning, administration, and research and a phd from the wurzweiler school of social work at yeshiva university. her practice experience was focused in the in youth development, education, and juvenile justice realms. prior to joining the faculty at fordham, she served as director of new school development and director of evaluation at the urban assembly (ua), a network of specialized public schools located in brooklyn, the bronx, and manhattan. at ua she supported principals through the new school process, helping them earn start-up grants valued at over $500,000 per school; additionally, she provided technical assistance to principals and school-based staff on data-driven decision making, development and maintenance of data management structures and the effective use of data to improve student achievement. direct podcast link here. apa (6th ed) citation for this podcast: episode 199 – karen zgoda, dr. melanie sage, dr. jonathan singer, and dr. lauri goldkind: technology-mediated assignments for real world learning. (2016, september 12). insocialwork® podcast series. 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“the ‘x’ makes latino, a masculine identifier, gender-neutral. it also moves beyond latin@ – which has been used in the past to include both masculine and feminine identities – to encompass genders outside of that limiting man-woman binary. latinx, pronounced ‘la-teen-ex,’ includes the numerous people of latin american descent whose gender identities fluctuate along different points of the spectrum, from agender or nonbinary to gender non-conforming, genderqueer and genderfluid.” http://www.latina.com/lifestyle/our-issues/why-we-say-latinx-trans-gender-non-conforming-people-explain here is a macro social work version of an #orlandosyllbus. it can help us understand the facts and the complex layers of meaning of the june 12, 2016 massacre at the pulse nightclub. it includes some implications for social work practice. please note the #pulseorlandosyllabus,  listed below,  is extensive. it includes current articles, in addition to less recent publications. intro by sheri labree, msw: much has been written in the media regarding the massacre that took place in orlando on june 11th. politicians, pundits and other talking heads have discussed the motives of the attacker, the morals of those that were injured or killed, and of course, they have talked about gun control. what do we know, nearly two weeks later? very little. we know that 49 individuals were murdered, and dozens were injured. the attack occurred at a “gay nightclub.” to me, this label is misleading. pulse, the nightclub where this occurred, was a sanctuary for the lgbtq community. it was a safe place. or at least it was supposed to be. these people were more than “just” gay. they were sisters, brothers, cousins, coworkers, friends. like all of us, their lives cannot be neatly divided into labels. the murdered include a social worker, an accountant, a dancer, and an aspiring nurse, among others. was this massacre a hate crime against the lgbtq community? was it the work of an islamic terrorist? we may never know. here’s the question: does it matter? these are people who faced discrimination and obstacles that most of us will never encounter, based solely on their sexual identity. their lives should be celebrated. they should not be labeled, because they deserve so much more. the importance of lgbtq identity is a subject far too big to discuss here. my message is that we should remember the people who were murdered as whole people, with full lives that are multi-faceted and complex. orlando syllabus for social workers compiled by karen zgoda and pat shelly victims: the lives lost in orlando:  06-15-16 washington post https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/national/orlando-shooting/victims/ syllabi: #pulseorlandosyllabus    58 pp. crowdsourced by librarians and teachers:  bit.ly/orlandosyllabus general on orlando and beyond. (2016).  danna bodenheimer. http://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/real-world-clinical-sw/on-orlando-and-beyond/ excerpt: there isn’t much for me to say about orlando that hasn’t already been said. most of the debates about the underlying causes of this massacre have happened somewhere in the media or on facebook. that said, it seems irresponsible and avoidant to write about anything else this week – because, the fact is, even with everything that has already been articulated, we need to keep talking. and talking and talking and talking. and while i have no overarching goal in talking about what happened in orlando, there are a few points that i would like to make that feel particularly relevant to us as clinical social workers. hate crimes l.g.b.t. people are more likely to be targets of hate crimes than any other minority group http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/06/16/us/hate-crimes-against-lgbt.html hate crimes against lgbt people are sadly common 06-14-16 fivethirtyeight http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/hate-crimes-against-lgbt-people-are-sadly-common/?ex_cid=538twitter 7 things straight people aren’t understanding about orlando http://globalcomment.com/7-things-straight-people-arent-understanding-about-orlando/ latinx why we say latinx: trans & gender non-conforming people explain http://www.latina.com/lifestyle/our-issues/why-we-say-latinx-trans-gender-non-conforming-people-explain activist: latinx lgbtq community & its stories of survival should be at center of orlando response http://www.democracynow.org/2016/6/14/activist_latinx_lgbtq_community_its_stories ( *6 articles from #pulseorlandosyllabus with focus on lgbtq, trans, and people of color:) *aponte, jack. “american ugliness: queer and trans people of color say “not in our names.” truthout, 14 june 2016. http://www.truth-out.org/opinion/item/36430-american-ugliness-queer-and-trans-people-of-color-say-not-in-our-names excerpt: “my community must “say ‘not in our names” to prevent our tragedy from being co-opted for others’ violent, imperialistic agendas…we’re not gathering because we’re more afraid of homophobic or transphobic violence than we were before saturday night’s atrocity.” *deken, sebastian. “what i want you to talk about when you talk about the orlando shooting.” upworthy, 13 june 2016. upworthy. http://www.upworthy.com/what-i-want-you-to-talk-about-when-you-talk-about-the-orlando-shooting excerpt: “calls for reforming gun policy, and calls for love instead of terror are valid. but this attack did not occur randomly; it was not aimed at the general public. it was aimed at queer people. and addressing it as though the identities of the victims are of tertiary importance — identities for which real people bled to death — is more than dishonest. it’s a new kind of erasure, a quieter kind of violence. “ *dias, elizabeth. “the upstairs lounge fire: the little known story of the largest killing of gays in us history.” time, 21 june 2013. http://time.com/4365476/orlando-shooting-upstairs-lounge-fire/ *dowd, elle. “biphobia and the pulse massacre.” medium. 13 june 2016. https://medium.com/@elledowd/biphobia-and-the-pulse-massacre-add1dd9b27be#.kv1z4evqz excerpt: “that’s where the guilt enters in. the deep, deep isolating guilt that comes from internalized bi-phobia. –am i allowed to feel this devastated, this full of rage? –am i gay enough to be this upset? –am i appropriating the grief of real gay people?” *flores, veronica bayettl. “the pulse nightclub shooting robbed the queer latinx community of a sanctuary.” remezcla, 13 june 2016. http://remezcla.com/features/music/pulse-nightclub-sanctuary/ excerpt “islamophobic headlines that completely miss the mark on the ways lgbtq latinxs experience violence in this country, and distract from true solutions…yet few mainstream media sources turned their attention toward an escalating climate of violence in the united states against lgbtq people – and transgender women of color in particular – that has nothing to do with islamic extremism. “ *kim, richard. “please don’t stop the music.” the nation, 12 june 2016. http://www.thenation.com/article/please-dont-stop-the-music/ excerpt “gay bars are therapy for people who can’t afford therapy; temples for people who lost their religion, or whose religion lost them; vacations for people who can’t go on vacation; homes for folk without families; sanctuaries against aggression.” misogyny: control and fear: what mass killings and domestic violence have in common 06-15-16 nyt http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/16/world/americas/control-and-fear-what-mass-killings-and-domestic-violence-have-in-common.html?smid=tw-share&_r=0 “…research reveals striking parallels between what drives the two phenomena” terror begins at home 06-16-16 the new yorker   by margaret talbot http://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/terror-begins-at-home?mbid=nl_tny%20template%20-%20with%20photo%20(53)&cndid=15820355&spmailingid=9069422&spuserid=mtiwndq2mjk2odu0s0&spjobid=941591983&spreportid=otqxntkxotgzs0 queer muslims afghan gay rights activist: ‘minority within a minority’: “i feel like i’m reliving 9/11 again, afghan-american gay rights activist nemat sadat tells christiane amanpour. 06-30-16 cnn video 4:27 min. http://www.cnn.com/videos/world/2016/06/13/orlando-intv-afghanistan-amanpour-nemat-sadat.cnn/video/playlists/amanpour/ the muslim silence on gay rights http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/13/opinion/the-muslim-silence-on-gay-rights.html?_r=0 social work brooklyn social worker among dead in orlando shooting, family says 06-13-16 dnainfo (news) https://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20160613/williamsburg/brooklyn-social-worker-among-dead-orlando-shooting-family-says  his name is enrique rios. enrique rios, brooklyn social worker, among dead in orlando gay club massacre 06-14-16 bed-stuy patch http://patch.com/new-york/williamsburg/williamsburg-man-among-dead-orlando-shooting-report-0   nasw statements on orlando mass shooting  (florida, wisconsin, arizona chapters) n.d. http://www.socialworkblog.org/naswfoundation/2016/06/nasw-florida/ motivation time and again: this time, orlando 06-14-16   aces too high https://acestoohigh.com/2016/06/14/time-and-again-this-time-orlando/ quote: “he either had a brain tumor/stroke/dementia/physical injury that induced him to violence, which is unlikely because it’s so rare, or he had many adverse childhood experiences (aces) that he never resolved.”  impact on children 7 ways to talk to children and youth about the shootings in orlando 06-13-16  apa blog https://psychologybenefits.org/2016/06/13/7-ways-to-talk-to-children-and-youth-about-the-shootings-in-orlando/  gun control policy & actions us gun death rates http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/06/14/upshot/compare-these-gun-death-rates-the-us-is-in-a-different-world.html?login=email * from #pulseorlandosyllabus : onion, rebecca.  “what gun control advocates can learn from abolitionists.”  slate.  15 june 2016.  http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/history/2016/06/what_gun_control_advocates_can_learn_from_the_abolitionists_who_helped_end.html gunned down: the power of the nra   01-06-15   frontline pbs  54 min. documentary video http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/gunned-down/ preventing and responding to gun violence – where do social workers go from here? opinion piece by karen zgoda   01-23-13 (post-sandy hook) social work/social care & media blog https://swscmedia.wordpress.com/2013/01/23/preventing-and-responding-to-gun-violence-where-do-social-workers-go-from-here-opinion-piece-by-karen-zgoda/ rate this:share this:click to email (opens in new window)click to print (opens in new window)share on facebook (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)click to share on pinterest (opens in new window)click to share on google+ (opens in new window)click to share on tumblr (opens in new window)click to share on reddit (opens in new window)moreclick to share on pocket (opens in new window)like this:like loading... 4 comments from → #macrosw, macro social work, teaching « older entries #macrosw conferences dissertation edit my manuscript film reviews food for thought fussy eater life macro social work news podcasts presentations projects publications research social work sw 2.0 swscmedia teaching technology twitter chats uncategorized search: twitter dispatcheserror: twitter did not respond. please wait a few minutes and refresh this page. email subscription enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. join 3,663 other followers connect on mendeley archives archives select month march 2017 january 2017 october 2016 september 2016 july 2016 june 2016 march 2016 february 2016 january 2016 december 2015 november 2015 october 2015 september 2015 july 2015 april 2015 march 2015 february 2015 january 2015 december 2014 november 2014 october 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 april 2014 march 2014 february 2014 january 2014 september 2013 august 2013 march 2013 february 2013 january 2013 november 2012 august 2012 june 2012 may 2012 march 2012 february 2012 january 2012 december 2011 november 2011 october 2011 july 2011 june 2011 may 2011 april 2011 march 2011 february 2011 november 2010 october 2010 may 2010 february 2010 december 2009 november 2009 october 2009 august 2009 april 2009 march 2009 january 2009 november 2008 october 2008 september 2008 august 2008 june 2008 january 2008 november 2007 october 2007 september 2007 july 2007 june 2007 information for practice: news & new scholarship from around the worldpersonal experience and critical reflexivity in counselling and psychotherapy research... the post personal experience and critical reflexivity in counselling and psychotherapy research was curated by information for practice. the role of creative potential and intelligence for humor production.... the post the role of creative potential and intelligence for humor production. was curated by information for practice. the horrible living conditions in paris’ shelters for unaccompanied minorsthe observers the shelters for unaccompanied minors in paris are anything but pleasant – and residents have to put up with bed bugs, mice, faulty wiring and filthy showers. the post the horrible living conditions in paris’ shelters for unaccompanied minors was curated by information for practice. national disparities in colorectal cancer screening among obese adults... the post national disparities in colorectal cancer screening among obese adults was curated by information for practice. creative commons license this work by karen zgoda is licensed under a creative commons attribution-noncommercial-noderivs 3.0 unported license. create a free website or blog at wordpress.com. karen zgoda create a free website or blog at wordpress.com. post to cancel send to email address your name your email address cancel post was not sent - check your email addresses! email check failed, please try again sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. %d bloggers like this:


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