20 MCQ on Historical Evolution of Social Group Work (Global Context)

20 MCQ on Historical Evolution of Social Group Work (Global Context) 

1. Question: The roots of modern social group work can be traced back to: a) 19th-century England b) Ancient Rome c) 20th-century United States d) 18th-century France Answer: a) 19th-century England

2. Question: The settlement house movement, a significant influence on social group work, began in which city? a) London b) New York c) Paris d) Chicago Answer: a) London

3. Question: Who is considered the pioneer of social group work in the United States and is known for the development of the group work method? a) Mary Richmond b) Grace Coyle c) Jane Addams d) Alice Salomon Answer: c) Jane Addams

4. Question: The principles of group work and its application in casework and community development were formulated by: a) Grace Coyle b) Mary Parker Follett c) Helen Harris Perlman d) Pauline Phillips Answer: a) Grace Coyle

5. Question: The American Association of Social Workers (AASW), now known as the NASW, was founded in which year? a) 1921 b) 1935 c) 1947 d) 1955 Answer: a) 1921

6. Question: The "social group work" movement gained momentum in the early 20th century as a response to: a) The Great Depression b) The industrial revolution c) World War I d) The civil rights movement Answer: b) The industrial revolution

7. Question: In the 1940s, the emphasis in social group work shifted towards: a) Psychosocial approach b) Political activism c) Economic development d) Medical model Answer: a) Psychosocial approach

8. Question: The concept of "democratic group work" was introduced by: a) Helen Harris Perlman b) Grace Coyle c) Trudy Zimmerman d) Mary Parker Follett Answer: d) Mary Parker Follett

9. Question: The "Strengths Perspective" in social group work focuses on: a) Identifying individual weaknesses b) Identifying and utilizing individuals' strengths and capacities c) Suppressing individual differences d) Maintaining a deficit-based approach Answer: b) Identifying and utilizing individuals' strengths and capacities

10. Question: The International Association for Social Work with Groups (IASWG) was established in: a) 1979 b) 1956 c) 1969 d) 1985 Answer: c) 1969

11. Question: The term "group work" was first coined by: a) Mary Richmond b) Grace Coyle c) Trudy Zimmerman d) Pauline Phillips Answer: c) Trudy Zimmerman

12. Question: The approach of "group work as a method of social work" was introduced in the year: a) 1949 b) 1938 c) 1951 d) 1945 Answer: a) 1949

13. Question: The "social group work practice" gained significant recognition in which decade? a) 1960s b) 1970s c) 1980s d) 1990s Answer: a) 1960s

14. Question: The use of small groups for therapeutic and educational purposes dates back to the work of: a) Kurt Lewin b) Carl Rogers c) Sigmund Freud d) Erik Erikson Answer: a) Kurt Lewin

15. Question: The European Association for Social Work with Groups (EASWG) was established in which year? a) 1991 b) 1980 c) 2005 d) 1973 Answer: a) 1991

16. Question: Who is often regarded as the father of social group work in India? a) Dharam Narain b) Sudhir Kakar c) Bishanpant Oza d) Grace Coyle Answer: c) Bishanpant Oza

17. Question: The concept of "group work as a method of social work" gained significant recognition in the 1940s primarily due to the efforts of: a) Trudy Zimmerman b) Helen Harris Perlman c) Mary Parker Follett d) Alice Salomon Answer: b) Helen Harris Perlman

18. Question: The "indigenous methods" in social group work have roots in the traditions of which country? a) China b) India c) Brazil d) Egypt Answer: b) India

19. Question: The National Organization of Human Services (NOHS), a significant body related to social group work, was founded in which year? a) 1975 b) 1986 c) 1969 d) 1992 Answer: c) 1969

20. Question: The first book exclusively focusing on social group work, titled "Social Work with Groups," was authored by: a) Trudy Zimmerman b) Helen Harris Perlman c) Mary Parker Follett d) Grace Coyle Answer: a) Trudy Zimmerman

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