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Chapter 16 of, Social Work, a Profession of Many Faces addressed the women population. It examined the unique sociological problems within the population and discussed its history of discrimination. It discussed the importance of understanding gender roles and social inequality. The chapter highlighted concepts and techniques that are used within the women population
One social work concept that should be applied when dealing with the women population is understanding that it is the responsibility of the social worker to assist their clients in the decision making process; It is not the social worker’s responsibility to make decisions for the client. Social workers are in place to provide the client with resources that enable them to obtain their goals. However, it is up to the client to set their own goals and expectations. Often times, women find themselves in stressful situations and look for the easiest solution to the problem. This mind set can translate into the misconception that the social worker is responsible for coming up with solutions to their clients problems. S…