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Responding to the oppression of addiction

Rick Csiernik

Responding to the oppression of addiction

Canadian social work perspectives

by Rick Csiernik

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Published by Canadian Scholars" Press in Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by Rick Csiernik and William S. Rowe
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV5000.C2 R48 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 405 p. ;
Number of Pages405
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24543015M
ISBN 109781551303680
LC Control Number2010398399
OCLC/WorldCa496482879

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This edition features eight new chapters, including a first-person narrative on the effects of residential. Among his other books are Responding to the Oppression of Addiction, Workplace Wellness, and Just Say Know: A Counsellor's Guide to Psychoactive Drugs.

William Rowe is Professor of Social Work at the University of South Florida and holds cross-appointments at the Moffitt Cancer Center, the College of Public Health and the AIDS Training and. PDF | On Jan 1,Rick Csiernik and others published Responding to the Oppression of Addiction: Canadian Social Work Perspectives, | Find, read.

In this book, social work practitioners, theorists, and researchers offer new perspectives on the meaning, role, and history of addiction in our society and the construction of illicit drug use as a social problem.

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Bloggat om Responding to the Oppression of Addiction Övrig information Rick Csiernik, Professor of Social Work at King's University College, Western University, has authored over peer-reviewed articles and book chapters and has been an invited presenter at over national and international conferences, seminars, and workshops.

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Rowe. (pbk.): Toronto Public Library. addiction as an issue influenced by the individual, community, and social systems of oppression. Weaving together an impressive group of authors, they provide compelling and exhaustive material to inform, educate, and practice from the anti-oppressive standpoint."— _Gabriela Novotna, Faculty of.

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rowe canadian scholars/women’s press torontoFile Size: 1MB. “People get used to anything. The less you think about your oppression, the more your tolerance for it grows. After a while, people just think oppression is the normal state of things. But to become free, you have to be acutely aware of being a slave.” ― Assata Shakur, Assata: An Autobiography.

(shelved 4 times as anti-oppression) avg rating — 23, ratings — published   Rick Csiernik, Professor, School of Social Work, King's University College has written and edited fourteen books, including The Essential Guide to Psychoactive Drugs: A Guide For Counsellors, Homeless, Housing and Mental Health, Practising Social Work Research: Case Studies for Learning, The Drug Paradox, and Responding to the Oppression of Addiction.

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It's more than just some sort of hormonal or chemical imbalance. Culture is created by memories and observation; things that cannot be healed by a mere pill or two, but addiction gives release from the learned despair and mistrust of the : Rachel Chanderdatt. Addiction publishes new book lists five times per year, both in print and on this website.

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Why addiction isn't a disease but instead the result of 'deep learning' by Jenny Valentish, The Age This feature article on neuroscientist Marc Lewis and his new book discusses his theory that callenges the modern-day concensus on drug dependence as a brain disease, arguing that in "in reality it is a complex cultural, social, psychological and.

Women Turning Oppression Into Opportunity Tuesday marks the start of Women's History Month. In the first in a series of conversations with women who have made a difference with their lives or.

And with addiction treatment centers (approaching addiction as a disease) reporting extremely low rates of recovery, if addiction were in fact a disease, it would most likely be proven to be the most untreatable disease in modern medical history.

Cultural oppression and other forms of societal abuse are traumatic to the people who are targeted and can, in themselves, result in stress symptoms. Some experts speak of minority stress (Green, ) and postcolonization stress disorder (Comas-Diaz, ), which result from struggling with social oppression and marginalization, as well as theFile Size: KB.

by Matt Slick. The Bible does not talk about drugs in the sense of our modern understanding with antibiotics, pain killers, and hallucinogenics, so we cannot definitively say that drugs cause demonic possession. But drugs, or more specifically the abuse of drugs where a person is enslaved to them and/or where they induce an altered state of consciousness, can affect a.

Rick has authored over peer reviewed articles and book chapters and has presented at over conferences, workshops, and seminars. He has been part of research teams that have received over million dollars in funding and has been recipient of both the King’s University College and McMaster University Continuing Education Teacher of.

In my latest book, Technology of Oppression: Preserving Freedom and Dignity in an Age of Mass Warrantless Surveillance, I have attempted to carefully trace the history of surveillance, beginning.

What is Recovery. - oppression, self-oppression, addiction - I read this paragraph from Brendon Burchard's The Motivation Manifesto and it struck me that it speaks to the existential crisis that facilitated my slip from a guy that liked to party to a miserable addict.

I think it's worth sharing; maybe it will strike a. This book is a must for any christian who is wondering why things are so hard. If you are struggling with mental oppression, constant sickness, marital strife or addiction of any kind, I strongly recommend it. The cause may or may not be spiritual, but this book 5/5(5).

Dismantling the Wheel of Oppression for a Winning World We must, therefore, work to dismantle the rim circling and linking the spokes .Many of our youth have a difficult time coping with change and many other things that come along with adolescence.

During this period in time many teens experience disconnect, some have trouble identifying or finding where they belong. So many turn to drug and alcohol use as a.This chapter consists of three parts: (1) an overview of the basic screening and assessment approach that should be a part of any program for clients with co-occurring disorders (COD); (2) an outline of the 12 steps to an ideal assessment, including some instruments that can be used in assessing COD; and (3) a discussion of key considerations in treatment matching.