Social Work MCQs (Most Important and Expected) for MPSET-Practice Set 32

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Q. Rogers believed that in order for people to become fully functioning they must receive from important people -------------

A) Unconditional positive regard

B) Conditional positive regard

C) Positive reinforcement

D) Positive modeling

Q. Whose definition of Social Case Work has indicated the four essential components: person, problem, place and process in it?

A) Perlman

B) Hamilton

C) Taylor

D) Richmond

Q. Psychotherapy has been further classified by Wolberg as

A) Functional

B) Supportive

C) Diagnostic

D) Promotive

Q. Case work was first given a systematic treatment in Mary Richmond’s work in 1917 known as

A) Theories of Social Case Work

B) Social Diagnosis

C) Social Case Work

D) A Helping Relationship

Q. Basic functions of a helping process are

A) Contribution

B) Service

C) Restoration

D) Development

Q. An important tool used in case work

A) Referral

B) Transference

C) Home Visit

D) Talking

Q. A child having a behavioural problem is referred to a counseling centre. Which approach in case work would you find suitable to work with her?

A) Crisis Intervention

B) Behavioural Therapy

C) Psycho analytical Approach

D) Eclectic Approach

Q. Which of the following is not a principle of case

work?

A) Confidentiality

B) Acceptance

C) Rapport Building

D) Client’s Self Determination

Q. A case was referred by the probation officer for treatment of the problem of delinquency, truancy and disobedience. What type of skill the case worker

requires to work with the client?

A) Formulating a contract

B) Behaviour modification

C) Conflict management

D) Interview

Q. Development of relationships is also affected by

A) Agency setting

B) People outside

C) Appearance

D) Transference

Q. How has Caplan explained a crisis situation?

A) When an individual faces an obstacle to achieving his/her important life goals

B) When the physical needs of a person are not met

C) When a person is unable to do his/her work

D) When a person is curtailed of his/her freedom

Q. Who defined Group work as a goal directed activity?

A) Gisela Konopka

B) Harleigh B.Trecker

C) Pincus and Minhan

D) Toseland and Rivas

Q. The major purpose of a development group is

A) Problem solving

B) Improve communication skills

C) Individual or social change

D) Enhance individual’s potential

Q. Reframing skill in group work involves

A) View an issue from different perspectives

B) Resolve conflicts among the members through surfacing

C) Frame a climate of freedom

D) Bring about connection among the meanings behind a member’s actions or words

Q. A pre-discharge group in a hospital is an example of

A) Therapeutic group

B) Developmental group

C) Preventive group

D) Task oriented group

Q. Who defined Psychotherapy as “process occurring in formally organized protected groups”?

A) Sigmund Freud

B) Corsine

C) Jerome D. Frank

D) William Glaser

Q. When a group worker facilitates the group process in such a way that she enables the group to take its own decisions, she is following the principle of?

A) Flexible Functional Organization

B) Modification of group process

C) Group Self determination

D) None of the above

Q. When in a conflict situation neither party gets full satisfaction, but each agrees to the limits to be set on its own suggestions, the conflict management strategy adopted is?

A) Co- operation

B) Subjugation

C) Integration

D) Compromise

Q. Orientation stage of group development is characterized by

A) Ambivalence

B) Co-operation

C) Evaluation

D) Lesser involvement of the worker

Developed by: