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We enter into this course through the concept of help. Help is something we have all experienced at some point in our lives, yet identify it in different ways. Help is not a neutral act, it is imbued with ideology, culture, values, and theories enacted through our institutions in policies and practices.
This course begins to unpack our understanding of what help is, especially those who currently or aspire to work in helping professions whether it be in law, counselling, medicine, government, education, social work, science, engineering, and so on.
In order to understand help, we must think critically about it and the professions that engage in help, as well as experiences of being helped or providing it. Critical reflective writing is an opportunity to think about your experiences and their meaning within the broader social context.
In 2-3 pages you will define what help is and, by critically reflecting on your definition, identify what examples or experiences have led you to your definition. Conclude with an analysis of your definition or experiences and if they are unique indicating why or why not.
You can draw on examples and experiences from your life or a social issue that is important to you. In doing so you do not have to disclose personal details you do not wish to share but you are reminded to keep your examples concise and instead focus your attention to the definition and the discussion.
Students can consider the following questions as a starting point, and to help support their reflection and critical analysis. Not all questions need to be answered.
- What is your personal definition of help?
- How do you think you have arrived at the idea of what help is, what it looks like, and when it is needed?
- What informed and continues to inform your ideas of help?
- How have you been helped? By Whom? Or how have you seen people be helped? By Whom?
- Have you given help? Why was help needed? What did you do? Were you helpful?
- How did you determine that your help was needed or that you could help? How did you determine that the help you could offer would, or would not be of help?
- Given your understanding of help and the situation you are describing is there anything you would do differently, or the folks involved should have done differently now that you reflect upon it?
- How do you know if the help you provided helped the person, people, or situation? What indication from the helpee let you know whether the help provided was what they felt they needed or what would help the situation?
- Was enough done to help the situation? What more could have been done?
- When giving help what did you assume about the situation? Or if you received /witnessed help what were the assumptions made by the helper?
- After thinking about it, what would you do differently or what should have been done instead?
- What should you or the people giving help think about in future situations?
The paper should have a title page that includes the title of the work, the student’s name, the student’s ID number, the TA’s name, and whether the student would like feedback (indicated by writing “Feedback Yes” on the title page). If students do not indicate their desire for feedback, none will be provided.
Papers should use APA 7 formatting and include a reference page if outside sources are used. Neither the title page nor the reference page contributes to the 2-3 page count. Subheadings to organize your paper are permitted, not required. First person language is also permitted.
- Critically analyze how help impacts those in receipt of these interventions influenced by social institutions and their underlying ideas, values and power structures in a written critical analysis.
- Begin to recognize frameworks for understanding social problems and evaluate their effectiveness through critical reflective writing.