Explain how you would reframe the term compliance or resistance using conflict theory.

A common difficulty for social workers is developing a positive social worker-client relationship. Clients are often at a vulnerable place in their livesand this affects engagement with the social worker. For example, a parent who faces the removal of their child from their home might come into the relationship with the social worker with feelings of anger, hostility, and/or resentment. The social worker then might use terms like resistant and reluctant to describe their client. Conflict theory can help explain the social worker-client relationship in just such a scenario. For this Assignment, imagine that you are the director of a social work agency. To better understand engagement in a child welfare context, you initiate a study on both social workers and clients views about engagement. To interpret the findings, you use conflict theory to frame the understanding of the social worker-client relationship. To prepare: Review the following article listed in the Learning Resources: Altman, J. C. (2008). Engaging families in child welfare services: Worker versus client perspectives. Child Welfare, 87(3), 4161. Retrieved from https://www.cwla.org/child-welfare-journal/ By Day 7 Submit a 2- to 3-page paper that addresses the following: Summarize conflict theory in 34 sentences. Interpret the research article findings about communication using conflict theory. In other words, how might a client’s desire be understood within the context of conflict theory? Interpret the research article findings about the relationship between social workers and parents within the context of conflict theory. For example, what might be a barrier to social workers being empathic and supportive from the perspective of conflict theory? Explain how you would reframe the term compliance or resistance using conflict theory. In reviewing the research article findings, analyze the goals and values of each party (i.e., the social worker and the parent) as they enter into the relationship. Using conflict theory to inform social work practice interventions on either the micro, meso, and/or macro levels, describe two recommendations to improve the social worker-client relationship within the context of child welfare.