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Kvalita v soci ln pr ci a soci ln ch slu b ch

Kvalita v soci  ln   pr  ci a soci  ln  ch slu  b  ch Author Malík Holasová Věra
ISBN-10 9788024791029
Release 2014-02-14
Pages 160
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Publikace uceleně popisuje problematiku kvality v sociální práci a seznamuje čtenáře s možnými příležitostmi a riziky, které politika kvality v organizacích sociální práce přináší. Jedinečnost publikace tkví v komplexním pojetí problematiky a specifickém zaměření na kvalitu v oblasti sociální práce. V českém prostředí je odborná literatura nejčastěji zaměřená jen na tradiční tržní sféru. Pomalu se začínají objevovat knihy orientující se na veřejný management, management kvality ve školství a zdravotnictví. Zpracování problematiky kvality v sociální práci u nás však stále chybí, i když v zahraničí se jedná o živě diskutované téma.



Social Services in Europe

Social Services in Europe Author Helmut K. Anheier
ISBN-10 OCLC:314021399
Release 2001
Pages 344
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Social Services in Europe has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Social Services in Europe also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Social Services in Europe book for free.



The Planning System and Planning Terms in Germany

The Planning System and Planning Terms in Germany Author Elke Pahl-Weber
ISBN-10 3888382335
Release 2008
Pages 277
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At a time when Europe is growing together, cooperation between countries is becoming increasingly necessary. One of the main reasons for pursuing transnational spatial development is to attain a common understanding of the facts of spatial planning. Hence, the INTERREG III B project"COMMIN" sought to establish a common communication basis for the exchange of knowledge and experience in spatial planning and thus to foster and develop this understanding in the Baltic Sea region. Therefore, on the basis of a standardized structure the COMMIN project partners prepared basic information about institutional settings and spatial planning systems and compiled a glossary of key terminology in spatial planning accompanied by a varying range of fact sheets with respect to planning cases taken as examples. The readers will now find on www.commin.org the whole range of information covering the respective national languages as well as English translations, although in some countries official translations for these issues were lacking. The project partners were aware of the fact that each translation requires a balancing act between legal precision and communicable classification and, at the end, is a question of definition power and of different senses for semantics. The German text on hand (status December 2006) one information package out of eleven was prepared by a team comprising planners, lawyers, economists, and administrative academics. Actually no other publication treating this subject in English exists and it will hopefully contribute not only to understanding planning issues in Europe but also to transferring in this respect information and knowledge within the country. Anyway, being aware of differences between countries is a point of departure for the mutual understanding process.



Green Social Work

Green Social Work Author Lena Dominelli
ISBN-10 9780745680828
Release 2013-10-29
Pages 200
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Social work is the profession that claims to intervene to enhance people's well-being. However, social workers have played a low-key role in environmental issues that increasingly impact on people's well-being, both locally and globally. This compelling new contribution confronts this topic head-on, examining environmental issues from a social work perspective. Lena Dominelli draws attention to the important voice of practitioners working on the ground in the aftermath of environmental disasters, whether these are caused by climate change, industrial accidents or human conflict. The author explores the concept of ‘green social work' and its role in using environmental crises to address poverty and other forms of structural inequalities, to obtain more equitable allocations of limited natural resources and to tackle global socio-political forces that have a damaging impact upon the quality of life of poor and marginalized populations at local levels. The resolution of these matters is linked to community initiatives that social workers can engage in to ensure that the quality of life of poor people can be enhanced without costing the Earth. This important book will appeal to those in the fields of social work, social policy, sociology and human geography. It powerfully reveals how environmental issues are an integral part of social work's remit if it is to retain its currency in the modern world and emphasize its relevance to the social issues that societies have to resolve in the twenty-first century.



Humanistic Social Work

Humanistic Social Work Author Malcolm Payne
ISBN-10 1933478306
Release 2011
Pages 223
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"In this exciting new book, Malcolm Payne draws on core principles of social work to articulate a new humanistic practice for the twenty-first century. Humanistic Social Work: Core Principles in Practice presents a profession that aims at positive fulfillment in social relationships, exploring and reconciling artistic, creative, and spiritual avenues with evidence-based practice approaches and postmodernist understandings of human growth and knowledge development. Showing how practitioners can embody flexible, skilled, and knowledge-based responses to the complexities of human individuality, Payne reorients the aims of social work as an accountability to clients' individual self-fulfillment, enabled by community and social development. Humanistic Social Work is a reaffirming treatise on the strengths rather than the deficits of the individual, the innovations rather than the imperfections of the social work profession."--Publisher's website.



The History of Youth Work in Europe

The History of Youth Work in Europe Author Griet Verschelden
ISBN-10 9287166080
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 179
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V.2. Youth work histories of Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland, Wales and Hungary.



Complexity and Social Work

Complexity and Social Work Author Hans Van Ewijk
ISBN-10 9781351612579
Release 2017-10-12
Pages 172
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Being socially competent is essential in late modern society. We expect people to find their own accommodation, partner, job, community and lifestyle and struggle to find answers for those who are not able or do not have the opportunity to achieve these things. By placing social complexity, social vulnerability and social efficacy within a framework of social policy and social practice, Complexity and Social Work argues that growing social complexity excludes more and more citizens from social participation. The book starts with exploring complexity, super-diversity, vulnerability and social efficacy. From there the book deals with the discourses of social policy, social work and social work research, pledging for social policy aiming at desired outcomes, for generic contextual social work, and for a research practice that recognises practical wisdom. Aimed at final year undergraduates, postgraduates, professionals, trainers and lecturers involved in social work, social policy, social care, mental health and allied fields who are committed to treating socially vulnerable people with respect and acceptance, this book, the first of its kind, offers new perspectives on social complexity for practice, theory and research in human services.



International Social Work

International Social Work Author Stefan Borrmann
ISBN-10 3866490879
Release 2007
Pages 189
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This book focuses on three key issues of international social work: international dimensions of social problems and how social work practice can deal with these challenges; cultural issues social workers have to think of when practicing, teaching, and developing social work on an international level; and aspects of international approaches in social work education. The authors practice and teach social work in several countries and their professional experience gives them the chance to gain profound experience in international social work. Therefore, the authors not only write about international perspectives, but also write from an international perspective.



Amid Social Contradictions

Amid Social Contradictions Author Gisela Hauss
ISBN-10 9783866491502
Release 2009
Pages 263
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How does social work keep its balance between the requirements of its clients and its role as an agency of state and society? In historical analyses from various countries, international experts show how social work has succeeded in keeping conflicting demands at bay. Their contributions look at historical situations in Finland, Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands, Poland, the Republic of Ireland, Russia, the former Soviet Union, Switzerland, and the former Yugoslavia.òTable of contents include: Youth Care in Austria: The Politics of Child Removal * Professional Social Work after the Second World War Finland * Republic of Ireland * Hungarian Settlements * City Welfare and Eugenics: Case Studies from Switzerland * Care and Control in Soviet Social Policy in 1917-1930s * Helping the Mother to be "Soviet" * The Tradition of Social Work in Poland in the First Half of the 20th Century * Towards the History of Social Work Training in Germany * The Development of Professional Social Work in Switzerland * Professionalization of Social Work in Yugoslavia * A Communist World Organization in the Force Field between Governmental Oppression and Social Work for Political Prisoners * Power in Social Work in Socialism * Local Charity and Social Work in the Netherlands.



Democracy as Problem Solving

Democracy as Problem Solving Author Xavier de Souza Briggs
ISBN-10 9780262262019
Release 2008-07-18
Pages 388
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Complexity, division, mistrust, and "process paralysis" can thwart leaders and others when they tackle local challenges. In Democracy as Problem Solving, Xavier de Souza Briggs shows how civic capacity -- the capacity to create and sustain smart collective action -- can be developed and used. In an era of sharp debate over the conditions under which democracy can develop while broadening participation and building community, Briggs argues that understanding and building civic capacity is crucial for strengthening governance and changing the state of the world in the process. More than managing a contest among interest groups or spurring deliberation to reframe issues, democracy can be what the public most desires: a recipe for significant progress on important problems. Briggs examines efforts in six cities, in the United States, Brazil, India, and South Africa, that face the millennial challenges of rapid urban growth, economic restructuring, and investing in the next generation. These challenges demand the engagement of government, business, and nongovernmental sectors. And the keys to progress include the ability to combine learning and bargaining continuously, forge multiple forms of accountability, and find ways to leverage the capacity of the grassroots and what Briggs terms the "grasstops," regardless of who initiates change or who participates over time. Civic capacity, Briggs shows, can -- and must -- be developed even in places that lack traditions of cooperative civic action.



Muslims in the Enlarged Europe

Muslims in the Enlarged Europe Author Brigitte Maréchal
ISBN-10 9004132015
Release 2003-01
Pages 602
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Based on extensive bibliographical research, field studies and specific contributions of scholars, this volume provides a useful overall review of the presence of Islam in Europe.



Latin America s Multicultural Movements

Latin America s Multicultural Movements Author Todd A. Eisenstadt
ISBN-10 9780199936274
Release 2013-02-08
Pages 304
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Bringing together the expertise of dozens of Latin American scholars, Latin America's Multicultural Movements examines multicultural rights recognition in theory and in practice. The authors move beyond abstract debates common in the literature on multiculturalism to examine indigenous rights recognition in different real-world settings, comparing cases in unitary states (Bolivia, Ecuador) with subnational autonomy regimes in Mexico's federal states (Chiapas, Oaxaca, and Yucat?n).



Rethinking Family Practices

Rethinking Family Practices Author D. Morgan
ISBN-10 9780230304680
Release 2011-02-08
Pages 189
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Leading family sociologist David Morgan revisits his highly influential 'family practices' approach in this new book. Exploring its impact, and how it has been critiqued, Morgan shows the continued relevance of the approach with reference to time and space, the body, emotions, ethics and work/life balance.



The End of Welfare as We Know It

The End of Welfare as We Know It Author Philipp Sandermann
ISBN-10 3847400754
Release 2014-01
Pages 160
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Over the last 30 years, governments of many Western countries have repeatedly called for an end to welfare. While the virtue of this goal and the means of achieving it continue to be debated in politics, much of contemporary social science research on welfare assumes that, in fact, the end has already occurred. This volume contributes to a clearer understanding of how, where, and to what extent welfare really has changed since the 1980s. The book examines questions of change and continuity while exploring various fields of welfare policy and practice in the Western world. Contents include: continuity and change of welfare policy and practice - an introduction * beyond public and private? - dismantling and reassembling welfare * mutations of workfare - fast policy dynamics in late neoliberal times * on continuity of welfare in the Federal Republic of Germany * recovering citizens in post-welfare America - ethnographic reflections from the informal recovery house to the state penitentiary * change and consistency of familialism - a comparative analysis of familiar care in conservative welfare states * the daily struggle in welfare offices * regulating the poor: revisited - comments on current re-arrangements of social policy and social services in Germany. [Subject: Politics, Sociology, Social Policy, Social Work]



Political Theory in the Welfare State

Political Theory in the Welfare State Author Niklas Luhmann
ISBN-10 9783110884845
Release 1990-01-01
Pages 239
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Political Theory in the Welfare State has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Political Theory in the Welfare State also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Political Theory in the Welfare State book for free.



Entrepreneurship in Cities

Entrepreneurship in Cities Author Colin Mason
ISBN-10 9781784712006
Release 2015-12-18
Pages 304
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Entrepreneurship in Cities focuses on the neglected role of the home and the residential neighbourhood context for entrepreneurship and businesses within cities. The overall objective of the book is to develop a new interdisciplinary perspective that links entrepreneurship research with neighbourhood and urban studies. A key contribution is to show that entrepreneurship in cities is more than agglomeration economies and high-tech clusters. This is the first book to connect entrepreneurship with neighbourhoods and homes, recognising that business activity in the city is not confined to central business districts, high streets and industrial estates but is also found in residential neighbourhoods. It highlights the importance of home-based businesses for the economy of cities. These often overlooked types of businesses and workers significantly contribute to the ‘buzz’ that makes cities favourable places to live and work.



Avian Ancestors

Avian Ancestors Author Federico Agnolin
ISBN-10 9789400756373
Release 2013-02-26
Pages 96
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Although consensus exists among researchers that birds evolved from coelurosaurian theropods, paleontologists still debate the identification of the group of coelurosaurians that most closely approaches the common ancestor of birds. The last 20 years witnessed the discovery of a wide array of avian-like theropods that has considerably amplified the anatomical disparity among deinonychosaurians, some of which resemble Archaeopteryx more than Deinonychus. Among these newly discovered theropods that show remarkable bird-like characteristics are the four-winged theropods Microraptor and Anchiornis, and the unenlagiids Unenlagia, Buitreraptor, and Rahonavis. A bizarre group of minute-sized coelurosaurs, the Scansoriopterygidae, also exhibits some avian similarities that lead some authors to interpret them as more closely related to birds than other dinosaurs. With the aim to explore the phylogenetic relationships of these coelurosaurians and birds, we merged recently published integrative databases, resulting in significant changes in the topological distribution of taxa within Paraves. We present evidence that Dromaeosauridae, Microraptoria, Unenlagiidae, and Anchiornis + Xiaotingia form successive sister taxa of Aves, and that the Scansoriopterygidae are basal coelurosaurians not closely related to birds. The implications in the evolutionary sequence of anatomical characters leading to birds, including the origin of flight, are also considered in light of this new phylogenetic hypothesis.