Social Work Profession: Darkness versus Light

Mohd Shakil

Abstract


Human being is nothing but a product through reproduction uniquely made of intrinsic and extrinsic content that must be efficient rather than to be deficient otherwise chaos and problems are inevitable. When virus of deficiency related to particular or multiple scarcities and insecurities would enter in the life of a human being, it must be scanned in the form of cure, rehabilitation or reformation, otherwise it would affect individually as well as collectively in larger form of other human beings. At the turn of the twenty first century, human beings, including individual civil and political liberties, as well as meeting the physical and material needs of human society, are accepted concerns for development both as outcomes and conditions for sustained progress. It is in this backdrop that this paper attempts to analyse how social work profession ensures that social workers develop scientific knowledge and professional skills to tackle human problems, understand their needs and access available resources to provide solutions at the individuals, groups and communities levels. The paper is categorized into eight parts. The first part deals with the introduction. The second part discusses about energy and its values. The third part describes the process of reproduction. The fourth part focuses upon the continuity of reproduction. The fifth part presents the human beings and inherent attributes. The sixth part deals with the interaction of inherent attributes with external attributes. The seventh part focuses upon the proportional relationship of all reproductions. Finally, the last part presents the role of social work profession in human life along with conclusion.
Key Words: Human Beings; Energy; Reproduction; and Social Work Profession

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