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Action and Accompaniment
What roles of social justice are likely to be practiced using Diaz's process of participatory planning (i.e. eight moments)? Who would be important participants in this process?
Diaz participatory process of planning entails of answering all the questions which arise in the course of decision making. There are several roles of social justice work which might be practiced in this process of decision making using Diaz's model:
Learner: Searching, learning, being curious is the very essence of trying to reach a suitable solution. Learning is a process which makes you absorb new bits of knowledge and perform analysis on the old ones. However, while performing this role, it is important that we show complete openness and modesty to the situation in hand and people involved in it and be genuinely curious.
Collaborator: As per Diaz's process, it is necessary to have group think while arriving a conclusive decision. Collaboration is the core of decision making as it ensures team involvement. While arriving any decision, it is necessary that it has been thoroughly worked on as a team project and the team members are willing to take complete responsibilities of the risks involved.
Facilitator: Facilitation is an important attribute required by a successful decision making process. Social Workers are required to play a role of good facilitator ensuring healthy participation by all group members, building trust and keeping the element of dominance in balance.
Animator / Activator: This is the one who brings life to the discussion. A social worker is required to ignite fire and motivation in group members during their discussion. This person is further required to come up with innovative ideas and keep the meetings spiced up to avoid dullness.
Advocate: These roles required the social worker to participate and represent those who have been excluded from the discussion but are directly affected by the agenda in hand. It is important to analyze the impacts of decisions on those who are not present there to defend their interest.
Negotiator: In every decision making process, the social worker will encounter arguments and conflicts. However, a good social worker has to have good negotiating skills and have a clear understanding of what type of decisions they support.
Researcher: The social worker is further required to exercise his research ability to critically evaluate the viability of the decision that has been taken, on constant basis.
Bricoleur: this role requires exercising bricolage. This skill requires making the most of resources in hand and coming up with out of box solutions for a situation in hand.
These roles are required to be exercised by a social justice work. Usually, during the process of Diaz's decision making process, the residents, local social organization, local government, non-governmental organizations and private sector, might be involved.
2. In your own words, describe how you would use the role of animator and methods of animation. What would be specific situation that called for the skills of animation?
Social animation means to put some life ("anima") into a social institution such as a community (Mizrahi, 2008).
During a change process, use of animation and activation is important for a social worker. It is method of work which assists the social group in seeking their own modes of expression. There are several functions performed by animation performed by a social worker:
it encourages autonomous group development promotion of critical conscience among group members stimulation of group effort in achieving towards control over those environmental forces
An animator is responsible for developing caring and healthy relationship within the group. He invokes meaning participation by the stake holders and those taking part in the discussion. Also, it invokes questions critical for decision making. Furthermore, it brings spark and life into the team and stimulates team to exercise the critical thinking and risk taking. It also forces the team members to build their skills and enhance their learning process.
An animator is the one who keeps the power in the group, balanced and teaches the team members the accomplishments that they have made during the decision making and gives them a reason to celebrate them.
Animation can be exercised through many ways however it is important for a social worker to know what suits his group best. Coming up with out-of-box ideas, initiating in taking risks and celebrating little achievements are just few ways of doing it. Furthermore, a social worker should also encourage…[continue]
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