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The student will be able to:. Acquire the requisite skills for effective Collective Action, Advocacy and Networking. Nature and Scope of Collective Action; Types of Collective Action Groups, intra- and inter-Community mobilization ; group dynamics and processes as indicators of group development.
Concepts of Advocacy and Networking. Skills for advocating the integration of Older Adults in society and creating spaces for active ageing to occur. This course will address specific sections amongst the elderly who require special understanding and attention. In our country the significant groups who comprise these amongst the elderly are women, rural and tribal elderly, and victims of abuse and neglect that socially and economically deprived groups such as SCs and STs, and those living in hilly and inaccessible areas.
Develop a perspective on the socio-economic-political causes leading to marginalisation of groups such as women, rural and tribal elderly and others mentioned above. Acquire a conceptual understanding of abuse, neglect and exploitation of older persons. Overview of socio-economic development, since , and its impact on rural elderly and socio-economic deprived groups such as Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Women.
Rural and Scheduled Caste Elderly : Demography, nature of regional differences, Rural Society and caste discrimination, labour relations, migration, ageing in villages, economic security with an emphasis on landless latent and unorganised labour.
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Governmental and non-governmental schemes for rural elderly. Concepts of empowerment and self governance and status of the tribal elderly, exploitation and about relations. Governmental and non-governmental schemes. Characteristics of victims based on gender, marital status, health, chronological age, substance abuse, living arrangements, psychological factors, problem behaviour, dependence isolation, etc.
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Interventions at the preventive level emphasis on public sensitization, developing appropriate public attitudes and advocacy and therapeutic level. Social and Mental Health consequences of maltreatment. Duration: 60 Hours. Weightage: 4 Credits.
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The Seminar Courses are designed for enabling students to integrate classroom inputs into their repertoire of knowledge and skills in a practical manner. Thus, the Seminar Courses offer a wide gamut of Experiential Learning opportunities to strengthen their competency for effective work with Older Adults. Seminar Courses have thus been proposed as follows:.
Along with the Family, School and Peers, Media is an important agent for socialisation. It has the potential to shape thoughts and impact attitudes. Also, it can mobilise people in a desired direction. This course will expand the students understanding of how Media stereotypes Older Adults and their issues. It will equip the student to appropriately use Media in breaking such stereotypes and advocate an image that portrays Older Adults as distinct and resourceful. Develop a perspective about semiology so as to apply the insights and methods thus obtained to critically examine how ageing and the elderly are represented in a range of media.
Understand the scope and possibilities of media advocacy, with special focus on issues pertaining to the aged. Learn the use of media advocacy techniques with focus on the print media. Gain insight about the basic principles of visual design, with focus on designing posters. Module I.
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Critical Analysis of Media Representations of Ageing. Introduction to semiology, sign, codes, texts. Analysis of selected texts: Commercials, feature films, print media. Module II. Media Advocacy on issues of ageing.
Introduction to media advocacy. Print media advocacy: Writing press releases, holding a press conference, etc. Group exercise in working on an issue. Module III. Introduction to visual design. Principles of design. Layout and types. Designing different types of posters. Rationale for the Course. It becomes vital to understand the interplay of the personal and professional selves of the individual. This is done in the context of the socio-cultural environment from which one comes, and influences the personal and professional self of the individual.
Helping professions, counselling mandate the use of self as a tool for building and maintaining relationships as well as bringing about change.
Enhanced understanding of the self would ensure the conscious use of self in the counselling process and enable greater efficiency on the part of the practitioner. The students will. Understanding the self, strengths and attributes; self-awareness; communication patterns and styles, body language, feedback, space; understanding personal style; emotional regulation and display.
Detailed Course Contents. Unit I: Self. Understanding the self-strengths, attributes review, talents, gifts, johari window. Weaknesses and problem areas of the self, areas of improvement, scope for change. Factors which help determine the self: family peer group, media, gender and sexuality, disability, caste, class, life experiences.
Old Age as a Conceptual Phenomenon: Regional and Age Aspects of Associtive Semantics*
Patterns and styles of communication, congruence between thinking, feeling and doing. Blocks in communication. Body language and gestures. Control, authority, power and assertion. Territoriality and use of space. Using silence.
Giving and receiving feedback. Handling emotions of self and others, emotional intelligence, emotional display and regulation. Field Instruction provides an opportunity for students to integrate theory with practice.
Interpersonal communication in older adulthood: interdisciplinary theory and research
Weightage: 12 Credits. Obtain exposure to the heterogeneous nature of Older Adults as a collective, specifically in relation to those with Special Needs. Appreciate the importance of the interdisciplinary team while observing the critical role played by each team member for effective intervention.