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Child and Family Welfare.

By: Runcan, Patricia-Luciana.
Contributor(s): Rata, Georgeta | Iovu, Mihai-Bogdan.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014Description: 1 online resource (255 p.).ISBN: 9781443857369.Subject(s): Child welfare -- Great Britain | Children -- Institutional care | Family services -- Great Britain | Family social work -- Great BritainGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Child and Family WelfareDDC classification: 362.71 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
TABLE OF CONTENTS; LIST OF TABLES; LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS; FOREWORD; CHAPTER ONE; RECENT DEBATES IN SOCIAL WORK; THE CHANGES IN FAMILY PROTECTIONLEGISLATION AND THE DIFFICULTIESIN TRANSPOSING THEM IN PRACTICE; SOCIAL ASSISTANCE OF THE FAMILY; CHAPTER TWO; CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT IN THE FAMILY; DYSFUNCTIONS IN THE FAMILIESOF WORKAHOLICS; DOMESTIC VIOLENCE; VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN AT RISKAND CHILDREN WITHOUT PARENTAL CARE; MUSIC AND SOCIAL STABILITYFOR DISADVANTAGED GROUPS; SOCIAL INFLUENCES ON STUDENTCREATIVITY; CHAPTER THREE
VOICES OF YOUTH FROM ROMANIANRESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES ON RIGHTSAND PARTICIPATIONADOPTION OF CHILDREN WITH EXCLUSIONRISK IN ROMANIA; THE JIU VALLEY CHILDREN BETWEEN EQUALOPPORTUNITIES AND POSITIVEDISCRIMINATION; GENDER EQUALITY AND WORKFROM A BIBLICAL PERSPECTIVE; CHAPTER FOUR; ASPECTS OF CHILDREN'S EDUCATIONIN THE JIU VALLEY, ROMANIA; CHILDREN'S PSYCHOSOMATIC SYMPTOMSAS METAPHORS OF THE FAMILY; ENDOWMENT WITH DURABLE GOODS; FAMILY LIFE IN ROMAN DACIA; CHAPTER FIVE; WELCOMING CHILDREN; CHRISTIAN FAITH AND SOCIAL WORKFROM A THEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE; ALTRUISTIC LIVINGIN A CONSUMERIST CULTURE
RETHINKING DURKHEIM'STHEORY ON SUICIDECONTRIBUTORS
Summary: Welfare is a multidimensional concept characterizing the state of the individual or a group. It includes a subjective component (self-assessment) and an objective component (external assessment) of material, physical, emotional and social dimensions. Given the current changes of the socio-economical environment, this concept is assuming a prominent role in the agenda of the social sciences. Social work focuses on studying welfare in developing programs and delivering interventions with the hi...
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TABLE OF CONTENTS; LIST OF TABLES; LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS; FOREWORD; CHAPTER ONE; RECENT DEBATES IN SOCIAL WORK; THE CHANGES IN FAMILY PROTECTIONLEGISLATION AND THE DIFFICULTIESIN TRANSPOSING THEM IN PRACTICE; SOCIAL ASSISTANCE OF THE FAMILY; CHAPTER TWO; CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT IN THE FAMILY; DYSFUNCTIONS IN THE FAMILIESOF WORKAHOLICS; DOMESTIC VIOLENCE; VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN AT RISKAND CHILDREN WITHOUT PARENTAL CARE; MUSIC AND SOCIAL STABILITYFOR DISADVANTAGED GROUPS; SOCIAL INFLUENCES ON STUDENTCREATIVITY; CHAPTER THREE

VOICES OF YOUTH FROM ROMANIANRESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES ON RIGHTSAND PARTICIPATIONADOPTION OF CHILDREN WITH EXCLUSIONRISK IN ROMANIA; THE JIU VALLEY CHILDREN BETWEEN EQUALOPPORTUNITIES AND POSITIVEDISCRIMINATION; GENDER EQUALITY AND WORKFROM A BIBLICAL PERSPECTIVE; CHAPTER FOUR; ASPECTS OF CHILDREN'S EDUCATIONIN THE JIU VALLEY, ROMANIA; CHILDREN'S PSYCHOSOMATIC SYMPTOMSAS METAPHORS OF THE FAMILY; ENDOWMENT WITH DURABLE GOODS; FAMILY LIFE IN ROMAN DACIA; CHAPTER FIVE; WELCOMING CHILDREN; CHRISTIAN FAITH AND SOCIAL WORKFROM A THEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE; ALTRUISTIC LIVINGIN A CONSUMERIST CULTURE

RETHINKING DURKHEIM'STHEORY ON SUICIDECONTRIBUTORS

Welfare is a multidimensional concept characterizing the state of the individual or a group. It includes a subjective component (self-assessment) and an objective component (external assessment) of material, physical, emotional and social dimensions. Given the current changes of the socio-economical environment, this concept is assuming a prominent role in the agenda of the social sciences. Social work focuses on studying welfare in developing programs and delivering interventions with the hi...

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