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MSW Semester I Comrnorr Course (CC D
CC I- Paper I : History and Fields of Social Work
l.
Basic Concepts: Social Wotk, Social Welfare, Social Service, Social Reform,
Social Justice, Social Health, Social Security, Social Polic;v, Social Defense,
Social Development, Voluntary Social Wbrk.
2.
Charity to Professional Social Work- A Historical Overview: Evolution of Sbcial
Work in UK and USA- Etizabethan Poor Law, Settlement Houses,. Beveridge
Report, Charity Organisation Society, 'social Diagnosis' of Mary Richmond.
Moral and Religious Values in the Ptactice of Social Service in Ancient India.
History of Social Welfale Activities in India. Social reform movements.
.
L
lg
3. . Gandhian Philosophy of Social Work and its Contributions to the Development of
Social Work in lndia.
4.
Social Work Profession: Development of Professional Socidl Work in India;
Fields of Social Work and Status of Professional Social Workbrs.
Social Work Education Growth of Social Work Education Curriculam, Field
Work, Supervision, , current trends in social work educa[ion.
Profe ssional Organisations : National and International.
Voluntaly Social Work. Role of Governmdntal and Voluntary Organisations in
Promoting Social Welfare and Social Work Profession in India.
5.
.
Fields of Social Work: Family and Child Welfre.
Medical and Psychiatric Social Work.
Industrial Social Wo.rk.
School Social Work
Services
Correctional
.
. Rural and Urban Cornmunity Developrnent.
[elfare of the Physically and the Mentally Handicapped.
Development of SCs and STs.
Disaster Management.
'
Social work in the field of health.
References:
1. Friendlander, W.
A
2. Fink. A.E
3. Friendlander. W.A
4..Gore. M.S
5. trftinduka S.K
6. Woodroffee, Kathlean
USA.!
7. Stroup H H
Introduction to Social Welfare
The Field of Social Work
Concepts and Methods of Social Work
Social Work and Social Work education
Social Work in India.
From Charity to Social Work in ihe UK. and
'
Social Work.An Introduction to the fpeld
I
8. Wadia A R
India.
9. Banergee G. R
10. Dasgupta S
l
History and Philosophy
of Social Work in'
lvolk: An Indian Perspccf ive . --TATA Institute of social Sciences , Bombay
Towards a Philosophy of Social Work in India'
Popular Book Services, Nerv Delhi'
Papers on social
11. India, Planning Commission
Social Wellare in India, Publication Divisiort,
12. Flans Nagpaul
Delhi, 1960.
The Study of Indian Society, S.Chand
&
Co.
l3.Encyclopedia of Social work.
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MSW Semester I Common Course (CC I)
CC I .PaperII- Philosophy of Social Work
1. Social work. Definition. Knowledge base in social
knowledge in social work. Principles of social work.
work.
Development
of
2. Functions of social work. Preventive, curative and promotive. Methods of social'
work. Social case work,'social group work, community organisation,
social
work research, social welfare administration ahd social action.
.F
3. Philosophy of social work. Philosophical values of social work. Democratic
frame work is the basis to the practice of social work. Every hurnanbeing has the
inherent rvorth and dignity which should be respected. The humanbeing is born
atnoral attd asocial Auman behaviour is the resultant of a variety of inieracting
forces. Every individual is different fi'om every other individual.
'
(
Every
individual , group or communit! has the polentiality to change. C}ange is most
effective, when it comes from with in. The right for self direction of human'
beings individually and in groups is to be respected. Helping is most effective if
the recipient participates in the trelping process. . Every individual group or
community has the right to self fuifillmenf to the extent of his capacity *A *itt in
the limits of individual, group and community. Sqciet! has. the responsibility to
facilitate self-fulfillment of the individual, group or community.
4. Conceps in social work. Concepts of need and problem, adjustment
and
maladjustment, the client, agency, primary and secondary settings. Inter-agency
co- operation/ team work. Relationship ,elements of relationship, resista[ce,.
movement, role, status, authority, counselling, refenal, consultation, modification
of environment, objectivity, subjectivity, self help.
5. Plofessional social worker. Qualities of a professional social worker. Capacity to
take the whole view of man. Capacity for objectivity. Non-judgemental and'nonexertive attitude. Capacity. to relate and work with different iypes of people.
Emotiofial" maturity. Capacity for self awareness and conscious use of self.
Adherencp to Professional Code of Ethics.
References:
!
l. .
Banerjee G.R.
2.
Dasguptha S.
3. Friedlander W.A.
' 4.
Galaway and Compton
5. Gangrade K.D.
Papers on Social Work: An Indian Perspective.
Tata Institute of Social Science, Bombay.
Towards a Philosophy of Social Work in India.
Popular Book Service, New Delhi.
Social Welfare. Prentice Hall of India, Pvt.'Ltd.,
New Delhi;
Social Work Process. The Dorsey Press.
Homeword, Illinois 1979.
Dimension of social Work, Marvel Publications,
New Delhi
6. Khinduka
S'
: SocialWork
D'
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10' Wadia
Charlse
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Zastrow
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inlndia'
Sahithya
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MSW Semester I Common Course (CC I)
CC I- Paper III- Man And SocietY
1.
a
U
Sociology and primary concepts in Sociology.
Culture: Definition. Culture and Civilization, Sociology: Definitiolr. Oligin and
Developrnent, Significance of Sociology in social wort, Society: defiuition,
-Hu*or1
-society ancl Animal society. lndiviclual in society.
Characteristics,
Associations : Definition, Chat acteristics, and T ypes.
Institutions: Definitiol, Charactetistics and Types. Frrmily, Matriage, Educar-ion,
Political, Religious and Economic. Cornmunity: Definitions, Chatacteristics and
Types. Group: Definitions, nature, types and functions'
2. Social
Process: Definitions, Social lntetaction: Definili<ltt, T3'pes, Associative and
Diisociative, Competition, Conflict, Assimiiation, Accommr:<latioti, Cooperation
etc. Social Stratification:. Definition, Theorics and fypes, Caste and Race.
3. Socializatiol
:
Definition, theories.. Agencies
of
socialization, mechanism of
heredity and environment in the process of. socializat.iori.
Social Chalge: L)etiuition, theories aud factors'of social change, social progress
nsd regress
4.
Social ctisorgarrization, deviant behaviour. Social control: definition, agencies of
social contiol-foikways, rnores, law etc. Social problems: definition,
characteristics. Couununalism, tetrorism, cotruption, child labours, beggary,
exploitation of women, alcoholism. Drug abuse, AIDS and other'curent social'
problems.
References:
1.
Ogburn and Nimkoff
2. Receiver and Pay
3. Ghurye G. S.
4.
'Kingslcy
Sociology
Society
.Caste, Class and Occupation. Popular
.Depot, Bomb,v 1961. ( Revised Edn.
Human society.'Macilllan Cornpairy, New
Davis
York,
5
P. Gisbert
6
Gouldner Alvyn W.
7.
Phelps, Harold
A
Robert Bier Stedi
9. Ronald Frecmand Others
8.
Book
1961.
Fundainehtals of Sociolo gy.
Modern Sociology :An Introduction.to the
Study of Human Interaction. Harcourt
Brace and World, New York, 1963.
Contemporary Social Pfoblems.
New Yort, Prentice Hall, Inc.
The Social Order.
Principles of Sociokrgy.
MSW Semesrer I C
ccr- Pap", n:
ililiHff":il','.':
l.
Economy ancl
I)
,
Tvpes of'economic
s),s-re,s- Capitarisrn,
Mi;;;;'".;:;;:"*'v'
2.
(cc
Under develoned economy,
econonric grorvth
Approache
nTll,_,:y
anrJ econ.rnic
aJr.r"p-"n,;",,n"r'#il:r.jil:'Jlnl.,,J:
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3. concept
Institur-io-,ar
to'Ittdian Societv'
J
J
<rdveropmenr.
in
"conc,,ni.
"r r"*;;.;:_:.":ce
;3:1"]: perperuaring poverrv. przr-,..,-.^-^.. r
er:adication.r"#7;
er:adication
nrpnu..iy.
4.
rir*ors
.rn,iia.ri'r,,,n
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[J,emplo],rn,:ut.
Dt:finition,
LJrlvD 4rtcl
--' tlpes
ancl causes of une
pl'ogl'ammes.
nploynlent.
5. E-conomic
Economic policy.
Objectives
economic oolicy.
Stru"rr.ui
EmployDrcnt
Five year pian.s.
grobarisatioiron.io"iul.';::,
Neu,
s in [rai:,.. irpr.,.nl.
Refercnces:
1' Gandhi,'Nandida,
2. Bracho
er
F.
ar
:Structurar A_djusrment,
,
3::ii:il:,Tl"rj,jj:q:i'_Erw,
: Social
4. Salyendranath
Sen
and SISR Kumar.Das
5. Stumey.S.G,
6. Robinson
7. Jather and Jather
B. Planning conrmission
F"rri:3rpn
conr.qur*J,
oixio,
ana
of Labour
Bo,nbay, tss4
EDlv, Bornbay. tgg3.
i
N/I.SW -Sc.me.ster
CL-
I Couuuon
Cgurs-e (C.CI;
I- Paper V: Developnrental Psychology
i.a)I.{utLrreolhutnandevclopmelrt-principlesofClevelopment.developrnerilal
ta
.
sks.
-
h)DeveloptnerrtalPsychopa.rhology:Problern,Behaviotrrs-undercotrtrolled
Behaviour
oi*ra-iJ'Hyplt".tivity- Delinquent
clisorcler,
"rur ""rii"irrl
stages
of preuatal development- types of
PrematurelY'
child.hood, puberty and adolescence-
i"
Lg"-
voiational'
-
marital and social
adjustrnents'
Referemces:
TodayIf all- Developrnental Psychology'
Hill.
il1.
,7
MSW Semester ICornmon Course (CC
D
CC I- Paper VI: Social Case
.
-/
[ork.
l'
social case lvol*' Definition and scope
Historical
adopted from other social sciences
.creveropment, concept*its
pd
appticatritity in
social case u,ork. Its
relarion to other
methocls of social rvork and
2'
3'
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Fhilos.phical assutnptions in case
work Case work relatio,ship: case
worr<
rclationship: I'>r'inciplis of case
work r.rutionrr,ip." Case work
skillsuses of
nar serf' Behaviour concepts
relevant to case wol* practicc:
hurnan
ciar; rore, stress and adaqtation.
Tr";;i;r;;ce , courlrcr rr.ansfer.ence
and
in case lvrlr.k practice.
Approaches in*case.work: psychosociar.
ancr
psychoanarytic, probrem sorving
-up1ir,i*ir",
uioa- diugno*tl.
i, so:iar case worrr.
Relationship betureett social case
wor.l< and'other therapeutic
mer5ods, like
counselling and psycho thu.apy.
apptoaches' F-unctional
4'
cortiponents of sociar case work. person,
probrem, prace, ancl process.
process: psychosoci?].:ldrl
Casc rvod<
Diagnosis, ff*r,*rf i.valuatiou,
Terminarion anil
""'ntou"
Source of infor
case.work: Ob
,l?lflI-r|,!;n,
of rreri u's1! in
*Jk
Guidan..
"ur"
cation, envil.onmental
"1,-iii.ation,
,onipritotio,r.
etc
ondary and collateral sources.
fuoir,u*.a i,,
,,,:r_il;
r in cas e w o rk. rvp e s o r int",ui"T,l -1,"#:1,:
J:,;
techniques of iirterview.
n""oraing, ,yp!r, rir,I,oury rccording,
recording, verbatim recording,
narrative
principies
too
.
T*i1fi:f';
lIff
uri u..rliii.oroi,.,g.
5'
Scope of social case wotk
in various settings
institutions for family una
counselling centre, chilcl guidan."
"frita.*"ffare, fo
psychiatric settings, inauslrial
"liniar,
of social work. case wort in
trrc
farnily
"rvlces'
,
s, medical and
s"tiingr, .o,
jails, prlson departmenrr
venile homes,
*J-ug"ilies for t
violence, child abuse ona rup",
id;r. Recent a6vance in case *oriltln domestic
References:
.1. Aptekar H. H.
2.
Biestek F. p.
3.
Brammer L.M.
4.
Compton and Galaway
5.
Hamilton G.
r
The Dynamics of Case Work
and Counselling.
The Case Work Relationship.
The Helping Relationship_ process
and
Skills
Social Work process 1979.
Theory and practice of Social Case
Wor.k.
19g5.
G.r.. ,
,
.''
: Case Work- A Psycho- social Therapy'
F'
6.
.Hollis
7
Kasius
8.
Perlman H. H.
g.
Strean
Work
: Principles arrd Techniques in Social Case
G.
H.S.
10. Garret H'
A'
:SocialCaseWork-AProblemSolvingProcess'
: Psycho- analytic theory and social
: Irtterviewing : principles and rnethods'
j)
"t'
I
I. Hamilton, Gordon
12.. Grace Mathew
work practice'L979
Principles of social c4se recording
Introduction to social case work.
9
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CC II-Paper
I
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I.
2.
Social
urse (
group.
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iffi1""-,,,';::l
s".*ffi,:;"'o'
s,;lop:'ffi';,r':i]t!.:ii,t?::f;]1"il::i:
group. I"fi;i"ru;oup
Dynarnics of^g-1oup
process.
sub-groups ct,q,i;r,'oy.ir,'t Stru
ilqs
dissociative g
experiencc on incrivirruajs.
iu,t,
Coimnru,icatio
.
. 3.
-
5.
tr
up
I:],P
di;;'i,*;'f,TiI
sroup,r,orrc.
Apprications
Family counsel
Ev
#:-.:,r,"J"T;,;lli,l,i
cenrres, rr4ental
r
;;,li:,'Sj:;;:lX?j:
or,
References:
I. Car.twright D and Zanders:
2.
Coyle Grace L.
3.
Klein Josephine
4,
Konopka Gisela
il;,;J;;,lro,r,.i..
s etc.
Group Dynamics.
1960.
Hutchinston University
&
Helping pr ocess, prentice
[ocess in a G.oup.
Trecker H. lB.
7.
Wilson anct Ryland
8.
Shephard
"Ken
Peterson and Co.,
New yorli,
mocmtic Values. .The
-1 Parihar B, S:
6:
developmenr.
on process. Ariall,si5
:adership'
'stylcs rtnct
lpmen[ of social g.oup
wotk. Ils relatjon tcr
l,fluentjal tl:
a'methocl or'o";u
Psvcho-ana'r,,. ",,ff"o,11
l,, ;, t.-'
ureurJ' Learllng
systerni,n.o',:r1""''
theory
'FieJd ihe.r'.y lrnc.r
values of *.,11.,..,^*,. /^\L. ,.'-'work' objectives o
4,
9.
.anrc anrJ Rerationship.
ress. As,,^r-rcilr[it,e
anr-l
1968.
tice. Follett puhlishing
, Houghsron
R. Claris
Miffin
iological per spective.
, California ,7964.
ers. An
ss, 1977,
Work practice.
Mc
y, New york,l9g4
Heap
10. Toseland and
Rivas
r0
MSW Semestet'II Common Coursc ( CC I-I )
CC II- Papcr Vlll-Cornrnunity Organisation
and dyttamics of community'
1. Community: meaning, iiclurition, types. structure
Leaclcrshii antl Power stt'ucture of the cotmnunity
I{istofical developntent of
orgrnization:
Cornmtrttityorganisation.CnaSarnethodofsociair,volk..
Organisation aird Community
. Similar-ities ancl differgnces
2. Comrnunity
l)evetopmcut.
studlt, analysis, assessinent, discussiou'
atirrn .continuation'
. Approaches of Community Olganisation'
I\4ethocls. Role of cormnttnity organizer'
r{.
in the different fields oi social work: Eg;
Applicatio, of Community organisation
relations' |letworking, Advocacy' Community
Fiealth, Ind,stries etc. i'ubfic
ParticiPation'
5.
of Social Action. Objectives, pri,qiples,
Social Actior-r: concept and definition
Social action for social leform and social'
n.rctho<ls ,n,t ,troi.r*ics of social action.
'sosial problems and Social action'
dc'cloprncrt. Scolie of Social action in India.
Role of social worker in Social action'
Soci;rl icgislation tiu'ough Social action.
REFERENCES
I.
2.
Ifind
4. I{illmarr
3.
: Community Olganisaion,
Atthrrs Dunliatn
f{iricllc (William) W.
aud
Cluance
I
'
Encouraging CommunitY Development' Light
Life Publishers, New Delhi, 1976'
: Working with People in Community Action'
: Cornmunity Organisation and Planning'
5.IiuntcrsclrafTerarrdShape.:CommunityorganisationAction.
6.
7.
Htuper Erncst ancl Dulban Arthur": Cornmgnity
I(D.
B. Mc. Millian Wayne
g. I\'luray G' Rose.
Gang[aCe
10. ll,aiphifuamer and
Community
: Community
:
:
'CommunitY
Hary Sprecht ': Readirrgs
l1
I1dia.'
r Social Welfate'
t{
.\
MSW Semester n Common Course II
CC iI- paper IX: Soeial Work Research
r< -r-\
ing of researc
social work
ocial work re
3'
lffilfi]
'ffi]:f,
sic
descripti=ve tic, su^,by
4'
an-11oacles. S.ampres
'#Lu,|.T::;:t
- -''
an<r
*uollo,o'uto'y,
rection: scales and scaring techniques,
Reriability, varidity,
Guides, euestionna""r] pr"j."ti*
technique, Content
5.
ediring
ting. Descriptive, infercntial
of a goocl research tePoft,
data
ty in sci
References
l.
Karlinger,
2.
Goods, W.J. & F.K. Hatt.
Frecl
N.
.3.
Jahoda M,
4.
Kaufman. F.
5.
Wonwick, D.F. & C. Liginger.
6. Weiss. R. S.
7. YinRobert, K.
8.
Gilbert, Nigel (ect)
9.
Sirkin RM.
i0. Gupta C.B,
I
l.
Raymond Mack
'Foundations
of Behavioural Resear.ch New
Holi, Rinshart & Winsa, m".'"
-Y-o.I,
Methods in Social R"r"*"t,
w.*,Vork, Mc
Graw Hill.
:
]he Sample survey: theory and practice. New
York, Mc Graw Hill.
I Statistics in social Research.
New yorlc wiley.
Case Study Research.
W*t iigtor, dor*o,
Corpon.
Researching Social
Life. University of Suraj
and SAGE publicatrons.
Starristics for Social Sciences.
Dayton Wright
State University.
An Introduction to statistical
Methods.
Research made simpl".
Sd"
;.;bil;i;rr.
i
t2
td
+.
:
(CC tr)
MSW Sentester lI Commou Course
CC u- Pnper X: Social PsYchologY
as. an
psychology, social psychology
social
of
matter
subject
Dct'inition and
l.
applied science'
2.Perception:,Iwornajordeterminantsofperception:-structuralarrdfunctional
Functional selectivity of'
filfa-,
."griiii"
oo,ur"
facrors- orgrnrr*rio*
"f
u"o judging people - frame of
p*il"iotio"t';perceptionreference- StereotYPes'
*il;:
?;;i'i"e
Attitucle:Delinition-formationofattitudes-.changeofattitudes'
types of prejudices' causes of
and chalacteristics of prejutties
pre.iuclice:
Definition
4.
3.
prejudiccs.
-i"'
5.Rumour:dc.'firritionandmeaningofrumour-circunrstanceslesponsiblefo-rspreasd
of rumour- process of rumour- check on
of lutnour- t"'"'
proPagation of tutnours
'p'"*a
6.Proprganda:cle|rnitiorrandmeaningofnlo.qaualda-psychologicalbasisof
propaga-nda- counteracting
tech.iques of propffi"-- fnf"d'i""of
'.
propagan<Iamisleading ProPagarda'
l.
characteristics'of crorvd ancl
of crowd and
crowd and Audience- classification
Audience- distinction between
Rahviour of crow<l
an<l Audience: Def-rnition'and
audience.
8'GroupMoralc:IvlearringofGroupMo'rale-Deterrrinentsofgroupmorale.
g.Leader.ship:defirritionofleader-identifyingtheleader-emergenceofleadership
percepti.n of the lehder- the
b^d*;ir,;'{'c'-llower's
of
,h"^6;;iouns
group
a
in
fr"...ir"fi
y characterisitcs of leaders'
References:
1.
DaYid Klech and
Richald S. Crutehheld
2.
David Krech and
Richard S. Crutehfield
AntI Egerton L' BallacheY
3. KuPPuswamy B
4.
Shaw M.
E'
and Costanso P' R'
Psychology'
Theory and Problems of Social
il;. G1'"; Hill Book comPanY' Inc' TokYo'
1948.
Indivictual in SocietY
n;fT,ffi;lffl*,
elements of sociar
1e83.
Publishing Flouse
Mcgraw Hill'
o-f Social Psychopiogy:
New York 1970'
il;rri*
13
-t
5. Pu'eek, Udai;
Studies inRural Leadership, Belraviour-al
Science.
6."Fiedler. F. E.
Centre, Delhi, 1986.
A Theoty of Leadership, Mc Graw Hill N. y.
7. Allport
1967
The Nature of Plejudicxe, Addi.son. Wesley,
G. W
8. Triand; S.I{:E.
9. Eilut,
J.
10. Smelser N,
.I.
11. Shenitf M & Sheuiff C. M.
12. Secord P.F and Backman C. W.
Mass, 1951.
Attitude and Attitude change, WiJe;,, N. y.
1971.
Propagancia, A.A. knopt, N.Y. !965.
Theory of Collective Bchaviour, I]rec
Press,N. Y.
1971
.: Social psychology, A harper Intemational
Edition,N.Y. Harper aud Bow publisher.s,
l 986.
Social Fsychology, Iniernagionai Stuclent
Psychology, N. Y. Oxford universit,v pl-e.ss,
1,972.
13. Hollender E. F.
14. Lindgren H. C.
15. Insko C. A. And Schopler
J
16. Hyers David G.
Principles and methods or Social psychologl,,
New Delhi, u,iley Eastern pvt. Ltd. 19i4.
An Introduction to Social psychology, Nerv
Delhi, wiley Easrern Pvt. LLd. 1974.
Experimental Social Psychology Ne,,v, ),otiri<;
Academic Press.
Social Psychology seconcl edition, Mc Graw
Hil;again International Editions, New york.
New Delhi. 1988.
17. _Mc
David, John W.
18. Secord Paul F. Backman Carl
Wand Salvitt David R.
19. Calhourr
Donald W
20. Akkoackal V. V.
I
Social Psychology, C B S publisher.s anci
Distributors, Delhi 1967.
Understanding Social life, IMc Graw- tjill Inc
1976.
:'Persons.in Groups, Har.per and row publishers,
London, 1976.
: Social Psychology, Asia publishing Houise,
Bombay 1972.
"14
la
j :"'l
--.--:MSW
*:*
--
::' !^t:"ftounse!'[iE?
-*"1**li',-,*
no i.,
9T
tncstcr I I C. tru
and
Sc
g
ri,;r;,1:,llilil,i:'Tilx,J-ilf'
:*,:l;:-.-v
tcttl
loug
ills, pririciPles
prcvcuttv
2.. Counscl
coirnsellee
i
ethics itr'
attcl tech
l'clations
G
llce, t
spccitic ?",:ltniqtt"t.- Ll^.toun'
qu
bchuviour, conrnnrnjcatibtr^
servlce's'
counsclling' fefettai
3.
:,
"
Dc:-,.,
nc
ur cou
'
educatrcrrr, fanrily
sex
t'u1l3elliiiu'
r:otrnsellin
"
+. Coutts
..r. Fa*ril
plirir,t
ir' E'dtrr;lt .[
,s o[
lirobk:nrs
c' Vocalloir:tl
. coulls
tt' inctu
intcr-
Hn'iaicb
counsellrng'etc'
I r'listurbauces'
",',I,i;,;-";rotioiri
ce,
jo'tr
adiustttrents,
placemgut'
'ona1
r\bscnteeis*r,
eic'
occupatr
acciclent pfonefless'
;;
'stless'
m;rrital trreakdo'wfl,
rnrnasen-,e,r,--ii{til;lili;;li},
c )uns
zrcc'lrie,nt'
'
;"uine'p'*tice i*
detrth'etc'
lew'
lnciia: att overl"
wl{i['
Eelblettces:
1. NdaYananRao'
Nerv York 1981'
S'
evelo Pmental
Eustcr J' M'
Cn"rg" M Gazde
?
;,
4.
Davc,Indu
5.
Jasrval S S
q.
Ftetl Mick-inneY
otrnselling' Sterling
ing- An elective
in
in co''
i-'or-rgt'ttoo Miffl
Adjustrnent
Boston'
coullsellol"
: Barefoot
7.
aPPro ach'
Joe ctttrie'
15
MSW
Seme.ste.r
II Comrnon Course (CCII)
XII : Abnorrna[ Fsychology
CC
il-
1.
abnormality- organic/ Psychosocial and
Historical developrnent of the concept of
behaviour- causes of 'A'bnortrral
socio-cuitural ,f,* fo*,s on ,tjbno.*ol
Paper
Behaviour.
2.
I,treurose.s-
Nettrastltenic
Anxiety, Phobia, Hysteria, obsession and Cornpulsion'
and I{YPochondriac }{eurosis'
Paranoia, Manic-depressive psychosis' Invoiutional
Melancholia, Organic Brain Syndromet'
3. Psychoses- schizophretda,
4.
Sociopat\ic clisoLders'
Depression and suicide, Psycho-somatic clisorclers,
Behaviour Disor.tle;rs o[
Alcoholisrn u,a o,ug uuu,", Mental Retardation,
Childhciod, Sexual deviations'
5.
'
of rnental health, Promotion of
Ivlenial He.alth: Nature of mental health, factors
tnental health, contemporary approaches to.therapy'
References:
1. Coleman
2. Joselyne lrene
1.
T.E. ShanrnughamTATA
Mc Grow Hill Publishing
Co.Ltcl. Neur Delhi
4. Page J D
'5. Kaplan Freedman and
Sadock
6. Sarason and Sarason
7: Callson. ancl Butcher
AbnormAl psychology antl modern life'
"Psycho-social problerns of Children"
Abnolmal 'PsYchologY'
Abnormal PsYchologY
Comprehensive Test. tsook of Psychiatry
Abnormal PsYcholggY
Abnormal PsYchologY
t6
--.u
\^
-,a
MSW Semester III Cornmon Course (CC [Il)
CC'III- Paper XIII: Social Legislatiot's
I
s
"i
Social Legislation :Meaning and scope'
Fundarrcntal r'igllts ancl dirtctive prini:
an Instrume,t ior social co,trol; soci.l
l.
2. l1dial Penal Cocle, Crimilal Proqe<lure
{'-or'le'
al
o'':
irll
r:ii
l?
Lltitifs' T)r i':r':i'i'i '-^rfLerjtiot: etc''
Lawslelatingtoprobationandparol.[-'ega'l:iir1'l';q':ittii:l;-'tii':rrli;atio'l'i'rseli'
i:-i'ttsume't
public i.terest ir[;i"r. wome.'s comrnissio;r ii':lrr.iio,aL i":':l :'iirie).
L)uir:ctive:; nn''! r"ri:iivities' Huflran
Courls onO norrrit! Courts. Consunrcr Act:
ri::{irr-.:l ir,: irr-iociiit::; agitinst
Rights co*rirritn, Rigtr, of ttre chit,l. L:il,,s
wolnen.
3.
ri'irlow -Lt::l11lll't'iage'
Lau,s: laws relating to mai:rii,ge.. tliv,-,t'ce, dcvil":',
A<!optioi'r,
i:l'irlili':it.
lr:,
child rrr*riog" ^,ro inr-,"ritluce. Lais relatirr;:
anrl marntenance'
Fer.sonal
-euat<lizrnship
4'
.
' 5.
,1-.ility,
<lf,[cnse-s, Lll.trltil;t1ir.l. irr,l,.lr,'l
Lirws lclittirrg to imnrot.al traffic, sexual
'
:
tti'''
Ott'
cotruptiotl, Liii'''s relatirig io beggary' Juve l!i':
' ' r'-''rii'.;' ".1i1''
'l],'
'Sl'il]'l s'.)cial
relatinl; to :tit''i'-il'ir::'
Laws lclating to disabiliti''
"l-aws
sccuritY, social justice'
WorltlCn's Colitiltlnsa*'ic)i 'r:i ''
Lcgislation on sccial security measdres:
E,St e,ct 1948. Factories Gratuily AcL'
lle[crt:ltces:
.1. (,anglade. K.D.
2. Kulkarni.
P- D.
: Social Legislation iir India' i'ct i 11tt^it
concept puUtitiring cctnpalr'/' Dcllii 1978'
psvsioi:riirerrt ilr lrtdia'
: Social Policy and social
3.Indiagovefnment:Corrstitutiorroflnil;t.Govt.c-fl.ndiai}tess,
New Dellii'
L
2.
Bare Acts and legislation:
ErrcycloPaedia of social work'
t7
*TIre
1'923'
MSW Semester
III
cc ilI- pApER-xi; Clo4rmon
/rrr\
.XJl#/,*,rarion
;;"1,#i io6
I.
Adnrinisrra
admhistr.a;t::It'ion'
organization,
management
socia"r;;;;J^,il1X19i-:"11,
2.
Adninisk.ar.
erc. A4mjrrllYt
,-.
h,,
a<rrninisi,' rion,
prvrc
.l"l::::'s,
a'l,titlistratioq'
--.. uvLrd'r \/elrare
1'o"t'," PIa
P.ocess
Insrirurions .ulrur:,:
Butrge,;,r*. ,;11'.,Pori"Y
" l4onthry -r' -'und raising'
practices.
thfo
3, . Voluntary
societids,
generar
;:.1'
nriiris;f;..ricn
accor
Processing
:'e3o_rds,
,1lffi:;n
type of
jrl:*""ffi
t
-
:o
Fot'nu,
Modet,
^
,;
lqr. .oo.t"r....drr,o,,
tre.tarir:r..1
prolnotion of
volu
bocrv,
tr.*r
4,
"i'r;r#:IJr,",,:fi:rl-fJ*Il:::
,liT,n,rr.ution in India.
functions-#so ,anrl^state lever.
]lll'*".u-nd
,o.'u, h,erfare
;;;;;
,,11i
l;:
-Qrutly
;l
oi
i:r":tT:If;:iliit[l
ard Disahlecl.
errt
,$ei.vices.
with
person
References:
I.
)
Paul chorvdhari
: Social Welfare
Administr.ation
S.L. Goel and
R. Rajan
: Soiial WeJfare
3. Gupta N,S.
: organisation
4. Fred Luthaus
ninistr.ation
vor: I &
ItrI and
IV erlirion.
: Social Administration.
"
'
#:ii *h*f ?rl;,::HiJ:?uH,
t8
Ii
The
ory and Behaviour
: Organ sation
Behavjour,,
5. Rajeswer prasacl
u. ru&mli p. D
.,
,:.
,
i
MSW Semcsl,er III Cornmon Course ( CC iII)
CC III- PAPER-X V-Participatory Froject F[anning amd lrnplementation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Project: definition and importanco. Purpose and elements of a project. Steps irt
Participatory Project Planriing: Identifying the project area and target groupqBaseline sllrvey- Need identification Determining Principles. PRA: Philosofhy,
Scope and techniclues.
f)eterminiug. the gcals and objectives of the ProjecL. Flepa:'aticn of action planMilestones. Time schedule- assgssing feaditlilit)- ccsI benefi'i anirlysis.
Project irnplementation- Rescrirce. Mobilization , Activity Plarrning- Net Work
Aualysis- critical path rnethod. Identificatiou of beneficia'ies. Forrnation of
people's gloups , people's pa.r'ticipation.
A.drninistration of the Project: Selection of ,personnel, lraining, supervision,
performance appraisal, Public.Relations.. Einanci.al Management of the Project:
Prcpaling the budget- accounting, auditing. Public accountability- shareholders
Financial R.eporting.
Nlonitoring: Meaning and .irnportance- Developing eff'ective monitoring
iltformation system. Project evaluation- Need ibr evaluation, General Criteria for
evaluation- achievement of targets- utilization of benefits people's participation,
educative value, deviations from original plans, procedural accuracy, efficiency of
supervisiott, public relations.
Indicators of impact-types of evaluation. Study o{ various Projects in Kerala.
Workshop on project preParation.
l.
Reference:
Anrre Hope
And Sally Timmel
2.
Mathew.'[. K.
3.
iVlistn'a. S. N.
4.
Chandra, Prasanna
5.
Satynalayana and
Lalitha Raman
6.
Leonard, R.ul-ham
'1. Young, Traveler
8. Choudhaury,
Sadan
Training tbr Trans t-brrira t ion,
lvlale Press.
Project. Plannin g, Fo tlnu la Lir:n and Ev aluation.
CBCI Centre, Neiv Delhi
Rural development Planning-Design & Ivlethod
Satvshan Publication, New Deihi.
Project: preparation, appraisal, budgeting and
implementation, Tata IVIcGrew Hill, New, Delhi.
Managemeflt Operation. Reseal'ctr-Himalaya
Publishing House, BombaY.
Understanding progranrme evaluation, Sage
Publishers, New l)elhi.
Planning Projects, New Deltii
Project Scheduling and lV{onitoring in Practice'
South Asian Publishers, New Delhi'
19
h45W S;:inesiei. I{i
Opt ioiirri I _ IVI ed i.: ii i ii ucl Jl:;_y,chiatdc
/
o.l
-rvf
i's\r/
rnrfrirl*ntion
I-hiictEicerr
1.
S
oc
ial \4trrd(il,{pSW)
r:lc,nlii-ic I,
eralth and
h , Inclic
S^aiii,;rrio,1
?" coiri'*riri t-ro
tre
.
il
[_;
,
"..niu
,x'li
ili
healtir,
'
I'actors
";i:lt;: ", ;rl:::H IIT
rt-i,riu,icabre al*l
.;:c;,-colilmrtidcable
* a ncl r,.ra nagelrr] i1t of T.uber:cu I
Lient, ptr-: i, e ntio
Chclera. T7,iroid, J;iurxlice, irrliornyeli,i,
o,r,f
tr-ealrrrent, l)r.eYentir)n artd
iissocjate<l fai:tot.s o{
hypertens
3"
r
1,,",
v
l*,j so.r*t wn*t *ro.
Foorl
an'1.
ic,!-r
orcl Car,Jiac Disoi CErs.
ldutriiion,
Importance
of
Nut,itionar constituent of food.
Bahrrce.
diel' ruti'itio,al clbl'iciency rtisiea,",
nnd ;;;1",
nlii'iit;on'in Lirliir anci nieasule.s to
taclile it.
o
"
J:i,t,,xli,ifi:ffi:l:
nreasures. prcbrerns or. Mar_
f;11[,i:,uio.,"Ji",Ll,*.ifillli]l
ing and impofiance. Immrnisation
prograd;_..
5' Faniily planning
f,rrnilr rverfa,e.
' norms' rtrethods of11d
far,ily
planni.g. s.,.
Meani,g ancr inrportance. Srna,
;;;;;?n a.cl popuratio, educziticin.larnily
References:
l. Park J and park
, 2. Mathur",li i(
3. Birendranath
' Rabirrdr.anatjr GI:,,:ll,
Glrosh
:
'Iest Book
of Social anil prcventive lvleclicine.
Fland.Book of Sociarl and pr"veniir]"
l,.i*,ti,,in"
11
bl
p
:
4. Bedi, yash pal
20
nd public Heelth, Culcufla,
1959
th, Anand publishcr.s.
I
..--
is
MSW Semestel III
O I- Medical and Psychiatric Social Work (MPS\M)
O I-MPSW il- Psychiatric Information: for Social Work'
I.
psychiatry: Definition. historical developttent and -{rowth of Psychiatry
symptomatology- disordets of perception, th,oughi., speech, inemory, emotion,
e*peri"1ce of i"tf consciousness and rrrrtor disorclers. Assessment in Psychiatry.
Ps,vchiatric intervierving: content, types, techniques and skilis' Ca-se history
reior.iin_s ancl mental status examinat-ion. Classitication in psychiatty(ICD, DSM)
2.
psychiatric illness- prevalence, etiology, clinical rnanifestation, course outcome,
and different treatment mo<lalities cf: Neuroses- aruiie.ty and panic didorders,
Nlajor mental disorders:
phobis, ocD, conversiou'disorde
s. Personality disorders,
trganic psychoscs,'schizophu'enia
srn. and substance abuse.
psychosomatic disorders. Sexual d
Cor*on psychiatric emergencies suicide'
Childhood psychiatric disot'dels, l,4errtal retardation, Epilepsy.
Mental
Forensic psychiatry: Civil andcrirninal liabilities of a rnentally ill person.
health Ac1 1987, NDPS Act 1986-Merits and demedts'
. 3. Child psychiatr.y:
.
4.
Cornrnunity Psychiatry: ctlncepts, rneaning. and e'volution of community
. io*orrnity mental health in India. ['revention in Psychiatry.
psychiatry
-Concepts
of prevention in Psychiatry. Frinmly,' secondary, and tertiary
Prevention'
5. Meltal health: A conceptual fiame v\rolk, defiuitions, meaning
and
characteristics of Mental health . Constituent factors of mental health . Mental
health in the changing society. Social and cultural factors i.r psychiatric disorders
with special refei"nie to India. Transcultural psychiatry and cultural bound
.
syndromes.
References:
1.
James. O. Coleman
David Handesson
Lawson LancY
Ifuplan and saddock 1994
2.
3.
4.
5. Page.J
6. Leo Kanner
7. Flaratia J. C.
8. Oxford
9. Neera Ahuja
10. Abraham Vai'ghese
Abnorrnal Psychology and lr{odern life.
A text book of PsychiatrY.
Psychiatry for Social Workers.
Coinprehensive Test tsook of Psychiatry
Abnormal Psychologv.
Child PsychologY
Psychiatric problems of children.
ICD 10, Oxford Press N. D
Introduction'ro Ps YchiatrY.
Inttoduction to PsYchiatrY-
2l
,
."b
JL
Y'
:
MSW Senresrer III
Optional.Il_ Rru.al Ancl Ur.bau
O If _ F,llcq I: Candhiam llh
i'
ity
*i
ent
;
ty Development
The:ories <ll Ti'usteeship, Panc.h'i'arii
Flai, sr,,rirr-leshi arid sar.vorlaya. social
changes tluou gh non_ vioience
2.
lil Problenu
rincl Ganrihian
soliilitrn. Caste s)1sienr.. UntrlrchnSiliiv_
'g""*'"""-
prntrie'rs -Illirerrtcy- alcohoiisrir- popuration'"^f
.
l.err sccial r:vils.
iorio,.,-.
3, . Salient features of Gandhian
Eco
.
4. Gandhian critiqlue of develo
. mixed a.oro*,,r. Econorrric
moclern econornic grorvth.. En
eLc.
5.
c:o
P
an
Gandhian approach to rural de
materials
indu-stries_ rural housing_ rural
movements. Sarvodaya, Bhoodan
a
. of energy and, raw
Reference:
I.
Mahadev prasad
2. Gangulv n ivi
3. Unnithair T K
4. Arunachalam I(
5. Sreeman \ar.ayanan
.6. Gandhi M I(
7. Rarn I( Vepa
: Socia-l Philosophy of Mahatrna
Gandhi.
: Gandhi's Social philosophv.
\,4/ork.
B. Kumarappa J C
9. Parameshrviiri Dayal
10. Sugata Das;;upta
22
aY
Seriiui[or
ill
Rin'ai And L]rbo'n C
l?' LICD ti - X;ttveioPmren'rai
r,r,1
r.
it-
[rrrd.:r-
r
r]1.:
rict,el6p
cLli:t'0l1t
Z.
.
6rr
ttre^niug
antl
:Tr$'r:illir:i
ies'
Obsl'acles
scelle" Kerala ec
oi povort-v"
ertY in lndia'
and religious
n' children
of
::_
x';l'.ii'1,.,1il: [:l
tlthcr u.,cirlicr scctiotrs'
of low'
Land
Animal
cropP
y. Ru
salion
4 ihc rore
of
industries'
labourets ''tl
illH:'j:'tffJ"l"Jtri:r#"11'l#'xll:'T
of the
of tf'" econorny' Features
5.Planrringforcconomicdevelopmentinlndia.PrioritiesoftheFiveyearPlans.
r-hJiiT"*oi'""to"
trrpucr,rf fri,]!"i-^pion, "r
"ui':"''tt
Rctbrctrccs
live Year Plan'
:
l. A'N' Agr''rrvul
? Chautlhuri P
l Sanruclsott P A
' l B:trtlhatr P Ruth
i Dattdckirt'ct
t Bhagwati J
7. Sankaran S
tl. Varghcse l( V
Verik:rtesrvarlu B
i0. Scth Ivl Again
9.
Problerns and Progress'
Indian Economy: Nature'
Poverty and Development'
The Indian Eco omy'
AnalYsis'
il;;;*.t: An Introrluctory
of Deve opment in India'
The P.olitic* economy
: PovertY ilr India'
r,-^.1 r,.
of Uncier cl'r'reioPed Countrtes'
,
.
il il;mit'
E
Agricultural
Economic Pro
India
;;;;J"; :t"-, "::- or E. onomiil ffi *r,
TheorY and Practtce
23
&q
.
MSW Semester III
Oprional III _Family-_and
Chjtd Welfare (FCW)
o rrr_ FCw I _ ramir5,'\dil;"'',
1.
"
The concepts of
child welfar.e anrl
ation of the
interactionpatterns of
of
.
problems
and
tute familier, rorrilrL--tTir ' causes-conflict and
ly
ch.,;;;-;fi:.*",;I';Hlllil":lx,.,,,';
therapy, pre-nufiase
nn.r mn*-?^-
i"'"e,y:ilff ,ffi ffi'.;,,lXl,HH,,r*;r:::l'":l,tf
ur" oi ,o"i.i *o.r *;,,ffi;;i
;
herping
ducarion.
.five year plans:
mg to mauiage,
.
anong var.ious
References:
: The Family. prenrii
: t'iom ponrrcri^- .^t:Hol]
*:t"o:$ration
of India, New Delhi
to reopr".
ffi:#**:^."y.,ffiDestiny
*:,1r.^#*r"r;;';rrf#:.
Srress M";;;;#:
3t,l
*o.r. *itr, r,lmilies.
::_"1i,
Farnily
O" u"tof rrr.it.
24
.:7
t*l '
NISW Semcster III
Optional III-Family and child welfare(FCW)'
O IIl- FCW II-Child Welfare
l.
of the
Erncrging philosophy of child development, UN declaration of the 'rights
care
the
child- National inti.y for children. Constirutional provisions for
protection and clevelopurent of children in India'
2.
needs and
Developmeutal needs of children- stages of child's development:
developmentchild's
problems at difl'er.ent stages. Family as the basic unit of
and social development. cot'nmon childhooc
physical, emotional,
"ognitir"
'itirlo*"r, ,t"ir. prevention
and tteatment. Early detection and management of
child hood disabilities
Beha'iour problems of childlen: prevention and treatment- role of Child Guidance
Clinics.
.r.
4.
5
probl"*, of children in
Magnitucle, causes and remedial measures fcir the major
juvenile deliquency, child abuse and neglect,
lu<tia: child labour, sfeet chiltlren,
dLop=outs, orphans, gender
pt y:.;.*lly and mentally rlisabled childrerr, school
etc.
discrimi.pation, female infanticide and feticide, child marriag-e
Development
Child dcvelopment pr-ogrammes in India. A historical overvierv.
and
non-institutional
Institutionzrl
services for childreri un,l"r the'five year plans.
progralnme: a
services ot child developmenL: scopd and limitations. ICDS
services'
clctailed study. Maternal and child health
'and internatlonal organisations in the field. of child
Conlriburions of national
CSWB
dcvelopmelt: UNICEF, ILO, Indian council of Child welfare, NIPCCD,
crc- NbO,s and child development. Legisiations to ptotect the interests of
chjldre,: Juvenile Justice Act 1986, Infant Foods (Regulation of Production,
Act
. Supply a1d Distribution) Act 1992, Child Labour(Prohibition and Regulation)
1986 etc.
Ilcl'crcnces
:
l.
2. Elizabeth Hurlock
J^ . Bhalla M.A
4. Chaturvedi T N
S.D. &
Sohni.N. K
6. Kale S V
7. Sumitlu'a Gupta
8. Visurathar S J
Child Dgvelopment in India, Vol.I&II
Developmental Psychology.
Studies in Child Care.
Administration for Child Welfare.
5. Gokhale.
Child in India.
Child Psychology and Child
Social W.elfare in India.
Deviant Children.
25
i
MSW Semester
cc IV Paper- I
1.
IV
- Common Course (CC ry)
f{uman nu*on.'. bevelopment rn I{uruan
service orgariiz-atio'
Per.sonnel administration. .Definition.
power planning , recruitmerr, ,r''"'
promotion, tran-sfer, p.r*rrr"^r*
2'
l\'lan
ll:::_,, cotnpensation,
-Hs.o's
uctton,
'iour. Motivation, morale, communicatioir, group rrynarnics.
tisfaction and perfor-rn*,---.onflict
a^. str.ess, srr.ess
sources and types ofpower.
3' Training' Icre,tification of training
differ
.organising tr.aining progranlnlcs.
en,raining methods: Evaruatioi or1eed1,
troininf iffiu,o*"*.
in_g-.. Organisational relzrtions,
tt.zrdtr
disputes; methocls, of rnaintaining
handling of grievances, clisc-rplinary
5'
Personnel servic-e-s,-concept of
emproyee service progl-ammmes,
organisation o{.
staff werfare i, HSo. Social securiiy
,th"r"r,
counsering.
"rdby";"
References:
1.
Fpltppo, Edwin, B
2.
Monappa, Anrn and Sivadain
3.
Thripathi F.G.
4.
Luthans Fred
:t.
Davis and Scotr
26
3/
I
I\4SW Scntester
lV
Social WorIt(IttIPSW'l
Oniioiral I- Medical and Psychiatric
ings'
iVledical and Psychiatric set'
sociur-woi*
ru,
r) i_ tr{pSW
w<llk in rvestcrrt
,}, Niedir:al sociul worli: Historical developme* :1. *"1ical sociai
The
aild its rele'.vauce in social wott'
,".;i6;,
Medicai
lnrlia.
in
ancl
counrr.ics
in,olved in diseases'
p"rron, s..ili;;7 "motiouol f*ctors
De'ath and
ccrlcepr ur poti",rr^nr-u
o" poti"nt and the tamil'v urenr'bers'
irnplicatiot'
its
ana
Flospitclization
i"
dying,teal.l-it.ln*..",*i,,^rilkress.tlactofcultrrralfaciot.sonillness.
4.
co.ccpt of prevention , treatment
approach
and re,abilrtatiorr. N4urti clisciprinary
and disabilities'
iu ihe l.tcattnent' of illness
5.Use.trflmcthoclsofsocialwgr\inmedicalsettings.Rolearrdfunctionsofa
rvolliei and pubiic relations' staff
sotiul
I'Iedicai
worker'
social
rnedical
soci al worl"'
and supervision in medical
clevcloptnent, n'oioing
FLclbrcuces:
t. Golcls[eittc
2. N'larY Richtttond ..
:]. Gotrri Ratti Banetlt
4.
&
Medical Social work Vol: I
II
O Palk' J' andPark' K'
5. . Mttliur' S
health
6. Ilirchadranath' Ghgsh
A true line on Hygiene and Public
And Rabindranath Ghosh
scientific PubliShing co' Calcutta'
;;;;;;;J p.r,rit"nealth' Anand rublishers'
7. Bedi, Yash Pal
'
27
": ':
-.$
sychiatric Snnior
rrr^., .- -jlfl,:ylrpsychiarricse,ings.
",,.orX"f ;:,,,tHil
qr.rr* rsycniatric
1. Murtj_ discipii,ary
team in rho
run"tio,rl';:'##J,lfTdl,:t,i'ff',T:i:Jj
r
,,*:,J*.i
.fji*:i:i:::;,, ,il,;",IJ,:
hal[_way home,
3.
the alter cae
in lhe
lnethod's
Vadorrs th€ranerr;^
,_^.r
methods:
rr,..upy,'6::H:-t:
u' io,
'p
o
i}ffi ,: E T:ll iffi
Che
or theraPY
c'nto'ii#;lT':"
,py, G;.;u;;
5.
*liJ;
Transactional
r
il;'r:#ililAnalysis,
;:
fi}; 1rffIl;
-l',1,fi-ili..iT,
Therapeutic
communiry,
B eha
T,,.^.,,
2.
3.
Bar"tler,
6.
n v u, s i v
G.isis Inrervenrion,
Baneriee .G
.p
A. H ancr
frvlef
uardner.L
y?,t"rooed
T::'
Chitrr: Errinbuigh,
Work Dorsey press
,
28
r;
Rarional
I{aroit. M.
4 Charles Zastrow
5.
Co
viorrr rher.ap.y,
crie
References:
'1.
"
E anrr
e
r
IvISW Semester IV
Optional I- Mcdical and psychiarric Social Wbrk (MPSW)
o I- MPsw v- Health care Atlministration and Legislation
calth planning and mallagement: health planning, defiuition.. Heaith
planning in
Lrdia. .Health in five yea'plans, changing persp"utiv" of heahh services.
NaiiJnal
healt.h policy-1983. The planning cycle. Management- definition,
methods and
tcchniqur:s.
2' Thc hcaltlr ciu'e sysLem in Imlia. At the centre. state, district, and village.
Prilnary health cate in India, voluntary health agencies
. progr:amlnes
in India. Alternative health care system.
3.
ig India.
Health
Hospital adnrinislration- concept, definition, general principles. I.'unclions
and
dutics ol'hospital administrator, hospital.as an orgariisatioir, analysis, jifferent
rlepartmcttls in a hospital. Consumer health and health producti,
*rrri,-",
tu*,
on heallh.
4.
Hcalth educ:rtiott and communication meaning and inrportance audio
visual and
,
practice of health education. Planning to education progrornme for different
target
g.::p.. scl-rool health prograrnme. Role of NGo's in primary health care in
India.
5.
Legislation related to cal.e in India.
l. Mcdical l'erminrition of pregnancy Act 1971
2. Prerention of Food Adulteration Act 1954.
3. Drug And Cosmetics Act 1940
4' TIrc Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques( Re-eulat-ion and preyention Of
. Nlisuse)Act 1994
5. ESI Acr 1948
6. Narional Mcntal Health Act I9B2
References:
l.
2.
S. Srinivasan
S.L.Goel
'
P.O.
3.
George
4.
s'L. Goel & R. Kumar
5.
6.
7.
Mc Gibony
Mul<opadhyaya
Yash Paul Bedi
Philip
: Management process in Health Care
: Health Care Services
: Health Cire Administration
: Hospital Administration and Management
: principles of Hospital administration.,
: The State of India's Health
: social and preveirtive Medicine
oommen
: A Hand Book of primary Hearth care Management.
9. Bare Acts of the Legislations in thew syllabus.
8.
29
. IdSW Sernester IV
Optional II- Rural and Ur-ban
olr- nrrcolu,'r*"*.ur
I
fr:ll
2'
c*rr, il:rr3;rfJ:I}"r,
conrmuniiv: str'uctt,'e, characteris-tics,
Ll'olutio* of vilhile r:.rriniriiiilics
\
irr
commurrity developrnent;
conceor an'.,f Philosophy. Iiur.al
befor-e 1952. Corruirniry
d;r;il;rnent blocks: s;rructr__.lre andRecrrrrsrruclio* Eil.r.l,s
fi_r ncl
i,-rl ing,
TRYSEtrrI, DWCitA. i:ic.
Irnes for llie developrtrcrrl
o1' CSil1B, C;\pAti.'t..
irnr l
rlministr.:rtit-xt.
4'
Rurar deveropmenr Atiministration..
^1"r"_
'Idia' Ftogram,tes of cAPArtr; lraneRD
5.
of NGO's
;il E$fi
philos
i,
Ru.rr Dei,ciopnreni irr
for Rural De
'cropror,crrr.
hayathi
of
rhe
clmpaign in planning
,
of co-crpe_r.ative moverne
!r'e
ar
l(l frrnct ionl;.
References:
)
Desai A.[t
Arthur Dunham
3.
Dube S.C
1.
4.
5.
.:
t963
'ifli;fi;;H]ng
Sanliaran S
:
Gangrade K.D.
B.
Jain S C
Maheswarv S
9. Mathan G it
10. Desai V
11. Dayal Il
i2. Sing K
\rillages. Alibd pubrishers
pvl
Ltd,
Agricuitural Economy of India, progr.essive
---'*' I rv6rL
Corpol.ation
!rt. Lid, Bornb a,y,l9g2"
'r1"#ili,j ,roreaiization in India, Popular p'alrasan,
6. Misra R I,
7.
ii Infia, Poputar, Bombriir 1969
organization in Action,
As"_ociation Press
]:-g]
: Rural Area Develor
i;,il#;ff
;:i::ffij},,:il:::;B:s
__tt,L,
-:
,
vrv1,r.ulrl li:nr.and
in Inrli"
anc, Appr
o a crre s
Lrt7.
panchayarhi
Raj in Inctia.
.
itrral Development _principles prjlicies
30
and Managemen
I
.
)
I
\t?t
./
MSW Semester lV
Optional tl- Rural And Urban Community Deveiopment
O II-.RUCD IV- Urban Comrnunity Developtreettt'
L
.
Origirt irnd growth of cities
' Industrializationand.urbanisation
Characteristics oI Urban commuuitics'
Social asPects of urban life.
Slunrs: delinitiol, magnitude of the probleur, sltrtu clearance and slut:-i
lmProventettt.
UrLan social problems: cri :, prostitution, juveuile cieliu'-quency,
beggarY. etc.
2.
pclii:y.
Urban cornnrunity Development: concepts, principles anrl
Rural-urban continuum
'
ur-ban basic services for the poor: Neighbourhood Grcrrps ,Area
Dcvelop nrent s ociety, co mmtinitlr Developnte nt soc ii ;;
i-
3.
of ttrban planning in India' National Housitig Polir-1:, LIrban lJousing
Schctrte. Programmes of NtsO arrd t{L'lDC()' Urbart co-,.,pi-r:aLi./es ald their
Rr:vien'
Iunctioltirtg.
4.
.
and
lvlunicipal adrnirristration in Inclia: stnrcture atrd fttnctioning o[ lnunicipalities
corporations. Problerns in municipal acirninistration. Functions and structure of
development authorities- GCDA, TDA ar:d CDA'
.5. 74tl' copstilution:rl arnendment hncl the Municipal Act of Kerala: an overvierv'
:
Rc['ereuces:
Alfi'cd D' Souza
2.'Anderson
Nels
-j.
-1.
Yudav C
S
t
q.
Jacob Z ThtrdiPara
5.
Bijlani Fl.U.
6. Bhatia S E
7. 'l'ulr:er Ro1.'
Urban Gro'uvth and Plirtning
The Urban community: A trl'orld Pr:rspregljvg
Kegan paul,London, I 950
Rural-Ur ban friugr:. Con';cpt publishing company
New Delhi,1987.
Urban Comrnunit'/ I)evclopmettt,Ra rvat
publication, Ncrv !-:i: ilti,
Urban Problems.
: The Rtral- Ulban Coutinuum
i india;s Urban Futute.
31
-\
MSW Semester I\/
-, -Y<'
optional II : ii.iiral Ancl Urban c mmunity Deveropment (RUCD)
II- RUCD V: Development Comnrunication And Education For.Devel6prnent.
1.
7
Elements of cornmunication process:
Inter-persoual anct grgup cornmunication
sliills.
communication:
Cornmunication with the community: purpose and content.
2.
{Jse of media for development communication.
drama, folk songs, follc dances, stieet plays etc.
Bzu'riers
Folk media: puppetry, lollc-
Inter-personal media: flash cards, flannel gr.aphs, role
denronstration etc.
Mass media: radio, television, him shows, pLint, postErs etc.
3' Empowerme
of education
etc' formal
'Mission
4.
to cftactivf
pkty,
flip charts,
tion: meaning and iir.rportance, 'l'ypes
ion, health eclucation, lcgal edr.rcation
of education- plogrammes of Nar.ionar Litera<;v
-'----j
Key concepts'of education fi'om Paulo Freire and Mahatmn Gandhi. paulo
Freir.c:
No education is ever rreutral- relevance of issues is impor,tarrt for'parl.iciprtion-
protrlem- posing approach contrasted with banking approach- education
must be a
mutttal learning process- reflection and action radical-transforrnation. lVlahathrna
Gandhi: Philosophy of'Nai Talim- the root purpose
f'earlessness- education must never grow
old- education,
of
education- grorvth ol'
ctemocracy
onJp"o.".
-'5*#:,'L"J,"i:,:t"[H".ffi[t'.i:,':?1,:x:li:'",'ir',:"1,#'*'#J-'"'-'il
consciousness. Strategies for social change: individual contact,
conscientisation, cultural action, negotiation, political organisation,
pressure
group, legal action, violence, conflict managemeni.
References:
l. Dahama O.P
2. Tewari I P
3. Berlo, David
4. Cook, Glenn J
5. Taylor, Anita
6. Rogers, Evertt
7. Praddu & Rao
8. Paulo Friere
9. Robert Holmes Beck
.
10. Kumud sinha
r development.
Development.
The,!rt of Making
People I-isten to you
Communication.
Communication of Innovations.
The Mind of Mahathma Gandhi.
Pedagogy of the oppressed.
Social History of Education.
Education: comparative study of Gandhi ancl Friere.
32
2v
.t
IV
rnilY AncI Chitd Wetfare( FCW)
Women's DeveloPment
.
l.
Status of Women
in relation to eclucation and employmertt
Dernographic profile of Indian women
.inrural,u,r.uanarrdtribalcomrnunities.Clrangingroles-andstatusofwomenin
religious gl-oups'
Idia. Socio G^f status of women among different
Denrocratis ation and wo men leadership'
\Yornen.atrd Health
of rvornen in India'
luctir:atot's of health ertd nutritional status
and nutrition among women'
Facl,ors contribtrtitlg to low health
status of womenpolicies una progr;*"s for improving health and nut:rition
Maternity and child health services'
2.
3.
Ptoblems of Women
wolllen, girl child etc'
pr.oblems oi destitutes, widows, un-wed rnothers, singie
wife battering' t'emale infanticide'
Atrocil.ies against *or."n, dowry deaths,
of womcn and younB girls: rape'
'Female t'eoticide, ,"ii"r.- sexual exploitation
working wonlen in organised and
prtistitution devadasis. Problems of
ttttotganisedsectors.GenderdiscriminationinlrrdianSociety.
4.
DevcloPment of women
Strategiesfotwomen,sdevelopmentirrfivcYear-Plans.Ernploymentand
'li.airringp.og.,*,",.Functional.literacy,condense<lcollfseofeducationfor
women and
for working womerl'and sholt stay homes for
rvomcu etc. Hostels
"il"*r"p*"'i
Corforation ':--,1:o1o ' Folicies and
gitls, Women's
Niahila Samriddhi
pr'ogrammes. Socio- economic ptoi'u*"t:
" Rot" of -D,Y!ltANGOs in the devetopment of
yojana_ programnres of GSWB "t".
rvomcir.
5-
Wouren and Law
'
CorrstitutionalproviSionsandlegislatioritoprotecttheirrterestoflvomen.
prevention 4., rgsi, b"rvry Pr"ohibition Act 1961, Maternity
traftic,
.nmoral
of Wot""n ('Prohibition) Act'1986
Benefits Act, Indecent Representatioir
of Misuse) Act
prenatal oiognosii. Techniques( Regulation and Pre,vention
1994, Equal Remuneration Act etc'
Kerala lvomefl's commission- structure
National commission for women and
and functions.
33
Ref'erences:
1. S.K.Ghosh
2. ChiniraPPa
Ttu'tlugh
Indian
-pt"nf wolnell
RcddY
3.'Ram Ahuja
4. Neera. Desai
5. Usha Rao
6. NaraYana Reddl'
7, Ir'iautYa S D
B. Leelama Devasia
Srivastava T I{
10. UshaTahoar
9.
*"
and Coucerns
the'
o
-Ages
[ 1 rrciinrr
\v o l1]ol1'
"
Crime Agaiusl' Woirett'
Movenrent in lndia'
A Decatle oiWotueu's
W;;,, in a DeveloPing Societv'
Wonl"n and'Child DeveloPmcttt
; $/omen in Inctia'
Social Jttstice and
,W"men fr india-Equality'
DeveloPment'
Lt-rw'
: Worneri and the
Workiug Wotnetl'
, i..i"f Profile of
.t
st
MSW Sernester lV
Optional III- Family anct Child Welftrre(FCW)
o III_FCW iV- population Dynamics and Family Plan$ng.
l.
Deinography: nieaning anrl irnportance
'
size and growth of' population in India:
1901 orrr,vards-
populrttion growth: fertility, mortality and flrigratiott- factors
allicting them. iharacteristics of India's population age, sex, liteIacy, malital
Deleruriniruts
of
sttrtus, etc.
rate' birth
Btrsic dcmoglaphic concepts: life expcctancy, fertility rate, tnoftality
ian situation. hnplications of population
1s:' economic, social and developtnental.
3.
a
F'amity
population i'.ducation.
ir"thu,l,., Behavioural, rnech
pe1'rnal1e.t1t. 'Ihe ideul conttaceptive-
Pr.rpulatiou policics in India:
nrotivation aspects of farnily planning'
tes'
tive
and
and
oblems and prospects. Administration of
I and state lc.veis. Governmental aud nonlanning pl'ograrnmes in india. The role
in this held.
Rolbrcttce's;
l.
2.
3.
Aganval S.N
Aslia Bhende
Chandrasekhal S.
;[. Hans liaj
5, Saxena G.B.
6.
Srinivasan & Mukherji
7.
Ashish Bosc
India' s Population Problems.
Principles.of Popr"rlation Studies.
In{pnt Mortality, Population Glowth and
Family Planning.
Population Studies.
Iudia' s population in' Trarisition
Dynamics of Population and Family Welfare in
India.
From Population to PeoPle.
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work
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Siii:liif
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III
:ffi,,1,,$r:lgi"*,rare
(Fc
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Refeiences:
: The Family. prenrit
: tsiom poputation
,^13:11"f
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;fi:t*r:g,:r.
; ff: #jliy;: :*r$"iffi
*:,Tlol;*"r;;'_rJ#"".
5:t,l strs vr.offi{#
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O"r"l"O*""r.
Family
India, New Dethi
Des
ti'y
[lI
glrirr-,r il- tiu,.al And Lltbrn Conrmunity Devek.rpment (RUCD)
() il- tlLIC[-) tl- Developmental Economirs
iv'lS$v' Seriir:slt-:r
chalacteristics of under
cr rlcveloP-Prent: rneaning ancl indicators. Conunon
structure,
Obstacles to devOlopment' Indian ecororny:
cie,:elo pc.l,lx(rntries.
t.
[J i rtl
rre, Kerala econorny: salient features'
cur!'9nt
in India.
verty: measutement of PovertY-l- magnilude of PovertY
religious
a1!
poUticat; gytturat
Dctenninauts trf rural poverty: ""o**i., ,ttio1
children
uate povety. Victims of:povert] in'India: w.om?n'
tactors that
othet'rvculier:
Agriculture:' basic
ploductit,ilY and m'
rclortm in rural .I
husbaridrY tnd allied
3
low'
cteristics, production and.cropping pattern' Causes of
io io.iarse.productivity. Rural clgdit ar1$ inputs'.
"r
mechaniiation and'its effects. A,imaJ
ilI..
cottage industries in,developmer:L I{hadi and village
les dJvelopment. Rural unemploynrent- agricultural
'fhc role of srnall scale
inrtustries. Micro-
tl
!*q
Fil
labourers irnd minimurn
5.
Pllnning for economic
de
Irtpacl. ol'Five '/ear Plans
curnrt [ive Yea[ Plan'
Relbt'cnces
:
tt. A.N' Agruwul
'
2. Chuuclhuri P
3. Samuclson P A
4. Bardhart P
5. Dandikar & Rath
'
6. Bhagwati J
7. Sanl<aran S
B.
9.
:pment in India. Priorities of the Five year Plans'
tire <tifferent seciors of the economy' Features of the
Varghese K V
Vcdkateswar{u B
10. Seth M Again
: Nature, Problerns and Progress.
Indian
Ecohomy, PovertY and DeveloPment'
The
Alalysis. :
Econo
f Development in India.
The Poli
Ppverty in
'fhe
Under developed Countries.
of India.
D),namics of Green Revolution in India'
Theory and Practice of Econonnic Planning;
aa
I
DeveloPmeut
elopment
L
'
Origiu ancl growth of cities
"Industrialization ancl'urbanisation
nunities'
Charac
and slum
the probleur'.s1'uu't clearance
3ir:Trl,
prosrirurkr,, iu*e.'ite aeli*i*rr:ncv,
llXil",r'r"i:iiitpr.rbt"nrr, cr.inre,
begga'y' eLc'
.r-^:^1^- .-.r poLit:y'
nr,r.
concepts' principle's and
Dqvelopment:
Corntlunity
Urbarr
2.
'
Rural- utb an continuum'
tf'" poor: Neighbourhoocl Groups 'Area
Ulban basic serv'i'iJs*fo'
soc i ct :"
#i;;y' ?o *mtlnity Dev elopme'nt
Dev elo
p
nte
"t.
Ulban l{o'using
NationelHousing Polir:y;
India','
in
planning
their
ulban
3. Revierv of
lilfiAd't U'uoi gs-1'p'-'r:atives a,d
Ntso
Scheirie' Pt'ogtammes of
""d
lirrrr:titlnhlg
4
Municipal
administratiou
^"'r rrrnnrisninf
--ru"""i""s
and st*rcture or
,;rirr'l;[t1',"1ff11
[H::rfli]fi'lttiJlfi
n'
COfDOlatrt)lln'
I rv'/r'l
r.r-ru
dcveiopnrent aulhoritios-
5.
of Ke,ralrl: a'n overvierv'
trncf the'Muurcipal Act
amenrlment
74tl' constil.ulior:trl
Rc['erences:
7. ' Atti'ed D' Souz"it
-1.
3,
4,.
orld Pr;rsPective
Andersorr Nels
Yudav C
ePt Publishing conPanY
S
Jtrcob Z ThtrdiPara
New Delhi, 1987'
;;'b^ a;;*1,nitY
DeveloPm'gnt'Raw at
publication, Nc-rv f-)tr ihi'
Urtan Problems'
it e Rurut- Ur;b'an Continuum
i India! s Urban Futur:e'
.
5.
6.
7.
31
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Semester'IV
)ir
-.--
MSW
(RIJCD)
Optional II : Rdral And Urb n Co-nrrrunity Development
For Developrnent'
o II- RUCD V: Developurent comrnunication A,nd Education
1.
Elements of communication process:
Inter-personal ancl grguP corrmunication
skills.
Barriers
ttl
cft'ectivc
communication:
purpose and content'
Qornmunication with the community:
2.
puppe'try, ibllcUse .of media for development.conrmtnication. Follc media:
drama, folk songs, folk dances, stleet plays etc'
pltty, flip chnrts'
Inter-personal lledia: flash cards, flannel graphs, role
demonstration etc.
Mass media: radio, television,
3.
film shows, Print, posters etc:
Types
Empowermert of eommunity ttu'ough education:-me-n1ing and.importance'
, ;i;. forrnal and informal types of education- programmes of National Literacy
' Mission
4.
Par,rto Freit'c:
Key concepts'of educaJion from Paulo Freire and Mahatma Gandhi.
No education is ever neutral- relevance oi issues is important for'particip*rtionbe a
proble.m- posing approach contrasted with banking approach- education must
'*rtnrut
learninfprocess- reflection and action radical transformation. Mahathrna
Galrthi: Philosophy of Nai Talim- the root putpose of education- grorvth tlf
fearlessness- education must never grow old- education, de'mocracy and peace'
5.
Four levels of awareness for social change: closed consciousness- arvaking,
consciousness- reforming consciousness. vibrating and transforlning
consciousness. Strategies for social chdnge: individual contact. campaign,
conscientisation, cuitural action, negotiation, political organisation, pressure
group, legal action, violence, conflict manggement'
References:
'1. Daharna O.P
2.. Tewadl P
.
:
Educatiori and communic ation. for develop ment'
Coinmunication Technology and DeveloPntent.
The Process of Comrnunication
ttre fut of Making People L;isten to you
Comrirunication ,
Communication of Innovations.
The Mind of Mahathma Gandhi.
Pedagogy of the oppressed.
Social History of Education.
Education: comparative study of Gandhi and Friere.
.
4. Cook, Glenn J .
5. Taylol, Anita
6. Rogers, Evertt
7. Praddu & Rao
8. Paulo Friere
9. Robert Holmes Beck
10. Kumud sinha
32
/8,
MSw semester
IV
r-hir,r \rrplfnre/
Optional III- Farnily And
^,.,r Child Welfare( FCW)
O UI- FCW III- Women's DeveloPment
l.
rv'
Status of Womrcn
-
in relation to education and employfnetrt
Changing'Et-d status of women in
India. Socio -legal status of wo n among different religious grlups'
Democratisation and women leadership'
2.
Women.and Health
3.
Ptoblems of Wornen
problems of destitutes, widows, un-wed mothers, single women, girl child etc'
Demogr
' in rural,
of he.alth and nutritional status of women in India.
Factors contributing to low health and nutrition among women.
policies and progra-mnres for improving health and nutrition status of womenMaternity and child health services'
Iil;--
.,,.iir.*i
4.
i",
infanticide,
against women: dowry
- deaths, wife battering,andfemale
girls: rape'
young
ation of womcn
working women m orgauised and
qt.r9-1 io Indian SocietY.
DeveloPnrent of women
Employmepl and
strategies for women's develoPrnent in five Year- Plans'
of education for
coufse
'Iraining p.ogrur-""s. Funciignal.literacy, c-ondensed
-Hostels
and
fOr working *o*"o'*d short Stay homes fol women
wolnen etc.
elopment Corporation in" kerall ' ,Policies' and
economi.c Pro$ammes- DWCRA- Malrila. Samriddhi
of cswB &c..-Role of NGOs in the devetopment of
rvomeir.
5..
Wonrcn and Law
Constitutional proviSions and legisl rtion to protect
rnity '
Immolal Traftic, Ptevention eci tg56, Dorvry Pro
Renefits Act, Indecent Representation of Wonen
Prqvention of Misuse) Act
Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques( Regulation and
L994, Eqtral Remuneration Act etc'
commission- structure
Natiortal Commission for Women and Kerala women'S
and functions.
33
\,
.Refereuces:
1. S:I(Ghosh
2. ChiniraPPa
ReddY
3.'Ram Ahuja
'
4. Neera Desai
5. Usha Rao
6. NaraYalra ReddY
7, MatuYa SD
. B. I-eelama
Devasia
Srivastava T N
10. Usha Tahoar
9.
$r
5t
MSW Sernester
IV.
and Child
Welfare(FcY0 -2--
'
Sr,:,t-l"Jii,t-i$1$""if,H;b-il;;csandramilvPralntng: of'nonulation inlndia:
and growth
importance ' size
growth: fertility'
T:ylty
and ruigration- factors
tiisorl;,itll"-*;;i*''^*;''";itteracv'marital
statrs,
er,c.
.--Lin n^nc.eots:
Rctbretrces:
l.
Agarwal S'N
Asha Bltende ,
S'
-t. Chandrasetchal
,)
biith
rate' mortality rate'
fertility
life expectancy,
Proble-mq'..
India' s PoPulation
il'l.inc;;; ; r r
i,lffil'fi
n G w th and
ffi;l^'io-t::1-::
Hhd ltati
on
r:o
iot't
r[. Hans Rai
5.
6.
1
in
F'amilY Weliare
Saxena G'B'
;;t i";*"* & Mukherli
Ashish Bose
India.
,
fr*oirPoPulation
G.
35
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to PeoPle'
eq
I
A\,
MSW Semesrer III Conlnron Course (CC
cc ilI -
l
'
Paper
UD
)
XVI- euantitative Methods in Social Research
,
Definition, function and limitations of statistics. Classification
and tabulation of
data' Graphic and diagrammatic presentation of data:
simple and multiple bars,
.
diagram, pictograms, cartograms, line graph, histogram,
frequency polygon,
frequency curve and gives scaling techniques, social
distance, socio-metric and
rating scales.
2'
Measures of central tendency: objects of averaging, requesting
of a good a'erage,
cornputation of mean, median and mode and their uses.
3'
Measures of dispersion: concept of absolute and relative
measures of dispersion,
computation of range, quartile deviation,,standard deviation,
coefficient of variation
and coefficient of dispersion. concept of skew ness, percentire
ranges.
correlatijn and association. Scatter diagram, Karl pearson,s coefficient
4'
of
Correlation for raw data and Spearman's and difference correlation,
Measures of
association: Yules e and phi Coefficient.
5.
concept of probability and testing of hypothesis. Types of errors
in testing,
significance level, and degree of freedom. chi-quare test and .t,
test.
Reference:
1. Gupta S O:
2, Mac Millan, W:
3. P V Young:
4. George A . Faerguson:
5. Garett H E:
6. Mohsin S M:
Methods in Behavioural Sciences.
i.
An Introduction to,Statistical Methods.
Guta:
8. Yeoman K.A:
CB
I
Statistical Methods
Statistical Methods for Social Workers.
Scientific Social Surveys and Research.
Social Statistics.
Statistics for psychology and Education.
Statistics for the Social Scientistp.
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o,:tio,:rr IV - crinrinorogy
arrd correctionarAcrrhinisrmtiorr
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,J
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changing cotlce1)ts
o
ecoilonli
cepts
ogy o
.juverrire
ancJ coni
i'ssues lelatecl ro
,iriLe
ciri|
pa
e pl.ogranrnes, special
child rights., Public
new ecornonllc
PolicY'
r.
.
CItltulN^ r. ,i(u
.
C
t)chilytout-. ttrotit,:tlio
llrocctltrre;
tc.sts
irr
correctional
tiorr o l'pr.cvcitrion
ol- cri nrc.
.socio-lcgirl appr.oachcs
t;
i.l tr
,_'orrrrrrtrrrit-\, sc:ttitrg.s,
cc:
I(cl: r'rosr)ccts or ihc J'ata
i.stitLrtc.f Sociai scic,ccs
(,Trss),
.lz\
llcrlici,
I)l./, cr.irrru rvorrtcn cell,
13o.rbay.
\
\
..,
SylIabus - Crinrinologl' and. Corrcc(ionaI Adnrirristr.ation
ivtsw Senrqster IU
Optional IV - Critninologl, alrd Correctio,al Acl.ri,istr:atio,
O IV - CCA I. CI(IMINOLOC)'
ture ancl stope, social and'lpgal conc.pt of
statistics of crime. Factors ancl theories:
CRII\,f
INOLCGY
iI:
Denotifiecl tribes.
: youn_q nclult cr
casual crinrinals.l'Iy1te of crinres:
.inres _
emergirr
lnoltc), laundcririg, harvala,_
(b) kiclnapping
L)rostitutiolt, gatrrbling, trallicking: drirgs
children, arqrs,
cttclattgered attitrials. CoutrLer tttdasures to cor:rbat olganisecl
crinre, 'l'er-r.or.is,r, aclulteratio,,
bcggar',r'' Issttcs
crir-ninologl': violence
political process: alcohelisnr, suicicle,
leciclivisnr, punishrnent: theories,and. t1,Jrcs, capital pur:ishnrent.
Organ
snruggling,
ancl
in
N4S\V Se'nrcstcr
in
lll
opti ortii l l V - ('r'inr ir.rol<1g.1' a,d cion'cct iorr. l i\ rlnr in isr rat iorr
'
O LV-- CC:#'ll- l,rolratiori, I)irrole alrcl ,,\[ic.rci,r"
I'li()IJr\-l'lON, l','\l{OL ,'\Nl) AI'l'llllc:AIill: Oli-rin ancl clcvclollnrent of pririciples,
s.tiltr.rt.r'\' lrisis irrrrl or_r1irrris:rtorr' ol l,l,r\. . eli!,it:ilit1, cliitci,ia of pr.eclictlorr
Process ancl
clisclrltt'ric o,'l)J'n. l'l)A.sst't'iccs: llrolration lrorncs lr:ri lrostel.s, clistiict
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