Summarize each of the three arenas for child advocacy: public, private, and personal. Provide examples to illustrate each arena, and support your summary with at least one scholarly source in addition to the course text.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 6:07 am ad1c9bdddf
As experts, early childhood educators are in prime positions to advocate for the well-being of young children. Advocacy can take the form of personal, public, or private-sector endeavors. Personal advocacy is usually informal and involves educating others on an issue about early childhood education. Similarly, public advocacy involves educating policy makers, and private-sector advocacy is directed toward businesses. Advocates do not sit passively or idly on the sidelines. Advocates get involved. Advocates engage in a variety of activities to bring issues or problems to the attention of ...
Summarized are the three arenas for child advocacy: public, private, and personal. Examples are provided to illustrate each arena. The summary was supported with one scholarly resource.
Understanding Mezzo Level Advocacy Organizations
Conduct an Internet search for advocacy organizations related to the social policies in a mezzo or macro area of social work. For example, if you were searching for an advocacy organization (mezzo level) in the area of mental illness, you might come across National Alliance for the Mentally Ill.
Describe the advocacy organization you researched. How does the role of the social worker affect the relationship with the client? Identify two assumptions related to power, organizations, and clients in advocacy.
Must be at least 300 words.