Summarize your interview and personal reflections in two parts, using the questions below as a guideline. You may want to use the following questions to help you gather information. You can adapt these questions to suit your personal interviewing style and the interests of your interviewee. What is your social work training? What would you define as the primary purpose of social work? What do you see as the important broader issues that affect the individuals/groups/families you work with? How do you address these issues in your social work practice? What do you see as the important broader/structural issues that affect these individuals? How do you address these issues in your social work practice? What is an example of a value or ethical dilemma that you might deal with in your practice? How do you deal with ethical dilemmas? What theories guide your social work practice? What is your definition of social justice and how do you act on this? Do you believe Social Work should be engaged in social justice efforts? If so, how? What do you see as the challenges facing the profession of social work today? What do you do for self-care? Does your workplace support your self-care efforts? If so, how? Reflection Questions I recommend you separate the Reflections portion of your paper from the main section (above). After your interview when you are writing your paper, consider: Is this an area of Social Work you would like to enter? SOCW 200A: Course Outline Interdisciplinary Studies Page 10 of 13 What do you think the biggest challenges of this particular job would be for you? How do you think your attitude & approach would differ / be similar to that of your interviewee? What stood out as particularly interesting about this social worker / job / agency for you? Any other personal reflections are welcome as well.