Topic 6: Investigating the Most Valuable Strategies for Social Workers to Interact with Child Abuse
Research Aim: This research investigates the methods social workers can employ to deal with child abuse victims. It explores how to tackle the consequent trauma of child abuse, what actions are most helpful in dealing with abused children, and the benefits of each technique.
Topic 7: Students’ Preparedness and Motivation in Advanced Social Work: Covid-19 Online Learning
Research Aim: The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic badly disrupted the education system worldwide. Participating in lessons at remote or limited fieldwork courses was a new and emerging way of learning. This study examines the desire and readiness of social work students to enter the field following the new method of learning under COVID-19.
Topic 8: How Compassion Fatigue (CF) Concerns the Professional and Personal Lives of Geriatric Social Workers?
Research Aim: This research explores how compassion fatigue (CF) influences the lives of elderly social workers. There are currently low CF symptoms among social workers, especially those involved in senior social services. The primary objective of this research is to discuss CF and how it may influence social workers in their daily routines.
Topic 9: Employee Retention: The Hidden Effects of Employee Retention on Client’s Engagement and Its Consequences for Sustainable Mental Health Facilities
Research Aim:Employee retention in mental health is essential. However, it remains a much-understudied subject concerning the long-term engagement of mental health victims in modern mental healthcare facilities. This research investigates the relationship between employee retention, patient engagement, and the patient's progress towards their treatment.
Topic 10: Impact of Social Workers on the Development of Social Life in Their Local Communities – a Case Study
Research Aim: This study analyses the role of influential social workers and how they can have a constructive impact on the social culture within their locality. The research aims to study the experiences of local social workers in the locality of London and recommend practices that modern social workers can utilise to have a greater impact through their social work.
Topic 11: Analysing the Drug Abuse among the Students - A Case of the UK
Research Aim: The primary aim of the study is to analyse drug abuse as a wilful misuse of either licit or illicit drugs for the purpose of recreation, perceived necessity or convenience amongst the students of the UK. The researcher further aims to highlight the social impact of drug misuse in student societies.
Topic 12: A Review of Social Issues and Public Attitudes Associated with Drug Misuse
Research Aim: The research work is aimed at examining the social and environmental issues relating to drug misuse and how it creates social deprivation among treated drug users. It tends to explain the challenges being faced by the trapped users of drugs. The researcher further aims to present methods that can be used to mitigate these social issues.
Topic 13: Analysing the Challenges Faced by Children from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Community being Fostered by White Families
Research Aim: Children in the foster care system often experience delays in adaption, isolation, alienation and instability. For BAME children, issues relating to their ethnicity, culture and language can be particularly challenging for those who have lost contact with their birth families and communities. This research aims to analyse these challenges and recommend how the impact of such adversities could be addressed by placing BAME children with families who can reflect their ethnic, cultural, religious and linguistic identities and promote these factors, as well as those who can help them navigate racial and other stereotypes.
Topic 14: Teenage Pregnancy and Social Risk Factors: Evidence from the UK
Research Aim: Social risk factors in the UK cause further challenges for an already struggling teenage pregnancy. This research study aims to analyse teenage pregnancy and social risk factors that teenage parenthood face, particularly in the United Kingdom. It also highlights the adverse impacts of socially generated norms on teenage pregnant mothers and how pregnancy becomes more complicated after the parent takes society-based risks.
Topic 15: The Role of Unstructured Play in Child Development: A Case Study of Conscious Childhood Education
Research Aim: Unstructured plays allow children to act freely by exploring their imagination or fulfilling their childhood instincts. The proposed research aims to explore the crucial role of unstructured play in childhood development and how such freedom increases the potential of a child at an early age. It also analyses the importance of education in the early consciousness of a child.
Topic 16: Youth Crime and Teenage Pregnancy: Analysing the Role of Poverty, Ethnic Background, and Social Conditions
Research Aim: Social issues drive the poor or deprived segments to commit youth crimes. This research aims to analyse the role of poverty, ethnicity, and other social problems that often lead to youth crimes and teenage pregnancy. It also sheds light on the worse implications that teenage parent faces due to mentioned social issues.
Topic 17: Analysing the Impact of Excessive Social Media Use on the Mental Health of Teenagers
Research Aim: Teenagers suffer mentally from the excessive use of social media. The primary objective of this study is to analyse the impact of the excessive use of social media on the mental health of teenagers in the UK. It provides students with an insight into how the overuse of social media has become a cause of childhood crime. This is because children absorb every kind of information from social media, whether right or wrong and try to apply it in their daily life.
Topic 18: Analysing the Effectiveness of Rehabilitation Centres in Reducing Ever-Increasing Problem of Substance Misuse - A Case Study of London, U.K
Research Aim: Misuse of substances such as alcohol, prohibited drugs, and harmful medication has become an increasing social issue in the UK. The primary aim of this research topic is to analyse the effectiveness of rehabilitation centres in reducing the ever-increasing problem of substance misuse, particularly in London, UK. It is one of the important social work research topics in academics. It explains how the victims of substance misuse recover from their illness by living or consulting the rehabilitation centres. The idea of rehabilitation centres for such patients is indeed an extraordinary step to get speedy recovery.