Half Title Page.
The Structural Approach to Direct Practice in Social Work.
2: The Frame of Reference for Social Work Practice.
3: Two Dimensions That Define the Profession.
4: Four Categories of Social Work Activity.
5: Research Value.
6: Beyond Research.
7: The Philosophical Base for Structural Social Work Practice.
8: The Practice Context.
9: The Philosophical Stance.
12: Postmodern Perspectives on Power.
13: Social Constructionism.
14: The Structural View.
16: Movement Through the Quadrants.
18: Ethics and Structural Social Work Practice.
19: Getting Grounded: Defining Ethics.
20: The NASW Code of Ethics.
21: Ethical Principles for the Structural Approach.
23: Principles and Processes.
24: Basic Principles of the Structural Approach.
25: The Principle of Accountability to the Client.
26: The Principle of Following the Demands of the Client Task.
27: The Principle of Maximizing Potential Supports in the Client's Environment.
28: The Principle of Least Contest.
29: The Principle of Helping the Client Deconstruct Oppressive Cultural Discourse and Reinterpret Experience from Alternative Perspectives.
30: The Minimax Principle.
31: Intervention Principles and Procedures: A Process Model.
32: The Contract Phase.
33: The Task Phase.
34: The Flow of Initial Intervention in the Task Phase.
35: The Termination/Recontracting Phase.
36: Why Two Types of Paradigms?.
39: The Conferee.
40: Translating Pressures into Tasks.
41: Facilitating Decision Making.
42: Concluding the Work.
44: The Broker.
45: The Tasks of the Broker.
46: The Broker in Quadrants A, B, and C.
48: The Mediator.
49: The Tasks of the Mediator.
50: The Mediator in Quadrants A and C.
52: The Advocate.
53: What Advocacy Is.
54: The Tasks of Advocacy.
55: The Advocate in Quadrants A, B, C, and D.
57: The Therapist.
58: The Tasks of the Therapist.
59: Radical Listening.
60: Externalizing the Problem.
61: Deconstructing Oppressive Discourse.
62: Seeking Counteracts.
63: Anchoring in History.
65: The Case Manager.
66: The Evolution of Case Management.
67: Tasks for Working as a Case Manager.
68: The Case Manager as Advocate.
69: Determining the Work.
70: The Case Manager in Quadrants A, B, and C.
72: The Group Worker.
73: The Basic Group.
74: Types of Groups.
75: Tasks for Working with Groups.
76: The Group Worker in Quadrants A, B, and C.
78: The Community Organizer.
79: What Is Community Organizing?.
80: The Tasks of the Community Organizer.
81: The Community Organizer in Quadrants B and C.
84: Learning the Organization.
85: The Structures of Organizations.
86: Learning the Formal and Informal Arrangements of the Organization.
87: Choice Points in the Organization: Getting from Point A to Point B.
89: Working in the Organization.
90: The Self Principle.
91: Processes for Carrying Out the Self Principle.
92: Connecting the Conscious Use of Self with the Deliberate Use of Self.
93: Changing the Organization from Within.
94: The Metawork.
95: Time Management.
96: Time-Management Strategies.
98: A Paradigm Dilemma.