Magisterarbeit aus dem Jahr 2004 im Fachbereich Sozialpädagogik / Sozialarbeit, Note: 2,6, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena (Erziehungswissenschaft), 107 Quellen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: „Die Erziehungsbeistandschaft ist zu einer überflüssigen Erziehungshilfe geworden. Zu sehr geprägt von obrigkeitsstaatlichem Aufsichtsdenken, lässt sie nur wenig Spielraum für ausreichende Beratungs- und Unterstützungsleistungen, die sich an solche jungen Menschen wenden, die im oft krisenhaften Übergang zu selbstbestimmten Lebensformen begleitet werden sollen.“ ies kritische Zitat rückt die erzieherische Hilfe durch Erziehungsbeistände in den Hintergrund, weit ab von relevanten Hilfeformen in der Jugendhilfe. Es wird noch zu klären sein, ob sich die Einschätzung Schrappers von 1989 mit der aktuellen Beurteilung der Erziehungsbeistandschaft deckt. Zunächst soll aber erst einmal der theoretische Rahmen um die Hilfe zur Erziehung nach § 30 KJHG gezogen werden, bevor die Fachlichkeit des Personals in den Blickpunkt des Interesses gerückt wird. Anschließend sollen die Ergebnisse der Befragung von haupt- und ehrenamtlichen Erziehungsbeiständen sowie von Kindern und Jugendlichen dargestellt und ausgewertet werden. Was also verbirgt sich hinter der Bezeichnung Erziehungsbeistand?
Taking an unorthodox look at the key philosophical assumptions in the social sciences, this work contends that social scientists such as anthropologists and sociologists ought not to leave philosophy to philosophers who have little expertise in or knowledge of the social sciences.
What We Know about Childcare
Author: Alison Clarke-Stewart, Virginia D. Allhusen
Publisher: Harvard University Press
"Ultimately, it's parents who matter most, what happens at home makes the difference in how children develop.
Quality in child care
Author: Deborah Phillips, National Association for the Education of Young Children
Publisher: Natl Assn for the Education
Those who work with children and young people have a responsibility to safeguard and promote their welfare. Recognizing and detecting signs of emotional abuse and neglect is an important responsibility as well as a key skill. As well as ensuring that children and young people are free from harm, it is equally important to ensure their well-being and quality of life. This new edition of Olive Stevenson’s highly respected text is updated throughout to include the latest policy and research developments, and expanded to include greater consideration of topics such as the impact of parental mental health, substance abuse and alcoholism on parental capacity and the issue of parents with learning disabilities. Providing clear guidelines for the assessment and intervention of child neglect, Neglected Children and Their Families is an invaluable resource for all those studying and working in childcare, including social workers, health visitors and child nurses. Includes recent policy and research developments in the field, and includes latest government initiatives Provides best-practice guidelines for the detection and assessment of neglect Written by a highly-respected authority in the area Evidence-based, accessible and practical in style
Author: Charles S. Suchar
Author: Floya Anthias, Cathie Lloyd
Publisher: Psychology Press
This collection seeks to rethink anti-racism both in light of social changes, and also of new theoretical debates about citizenship, multiculturalism, hybridity, diaspora and social movements. As well as chapters on theoretical interventions, Rethinking Anti-Racisms has substantive chapters covering issues such as: * anti-deportation campaigns * anti-fascism * education * the Southall Black Sisters * the contradictory use of ethnicity as a way of tackling racism.
Truth and Reality
Author: Otto Rank
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Explores the relationship of a person's inner world to the outer world of reality, and suggests ways to manipulate the outer world through positive externalization of the will
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This book deals with the rules that are in force in Europe for juvenile offenders. The aim of the rules is to uphold the rights and safety of juvenile offenders subject to sanctions or measures and to promote their physical, mental and social well-being when subject to community sanctions or measures, or any form of deprivation of liberty. It is based on Recommendation Rec(2008)11 of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on the European Rules for juvenile offenders subject to sanctions or measures, which was adopted on 5 November 2008. The first part of the book contains the text of the recommendation and is followed by a commentary which explains in finer detail the rules and the points raised by the text. The final section provides an analysis of the national replies to a questionnaire related to the treatment of juvenile offenders. This work will be of interest to human rights scholars, researchers and students of law, criminology and international relations.
A Psychology of Difference
Author: Otto Rank, Robert Kramer
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Once a leading disciple and confidant of Freud, Otto Rank parted company with the psychoanalytic community in the 1920s as his writings began focusing more on the cure of neuroses rather than on the seemingly interminable process of fostering a patient's in-depth understanding of them. A commitment to a more result-oriented form of psychoanalysis led to his publication of The Trauma of Birth (1924), in which Rank moves beyond the Oedipal complex to locate the strongest causes for repression in the child's love and fear of the mother. In this volume of Rank's lectures, Robert Kramer has brought together for the first time the innovator's clearest explanations of his most influential theories. The lectures were delivered in English to receptive audiences of social workers, therapists, and clinical psychologists throughout the United States from 1924 to 1938, the year before his untimely death. Revealing Rank's intellectual development during this period, they treat such topics as projection and identification, love and will, neurosis as a failure in creativity, and object-relations theory. Rank, who was a practicing psychotherapist for part of his career, found that scientific research into the Oedipal complex and therapeutic improvement did not coincide. Preoccupation with the Oedipal complex tended to trap the individual in a tragically powerless state. By tracing repression to the failure to accept birth, the reluctance to let go of the mother, Rank discovered a useful way to help the patient accept his or her own difference within relationships and thereby discover the creativity to change.
Based on sound research and experience from Gary Wilson, one of the UK's leading authorities on boys' achievements, this book provides a practical toolkit of proven strategies that enable teachers to raise boys' achievement across all age boundaries. It is a solid introduction to why boys underachieve at school that will enable all teachers to identify the main problems and plan a way forward.
The essays gathered in this volume contain analyses based on the general action perspective of Chicago sociology and, in particular, on the contributions of Anselm L. Strauss, whose lengthy achievement this volume honors.
A look at the evolution of social welfare A New History of Social Welfare looks at the evolution of social welfare from early human history to the present day. The text demonstrates the institution’s social control elements as well as those intended to help the disadvantaged. Learning Goals Upon completing this book, readers will be able to: Understand the history of social welfare See how historical trends, problems and programs relate to current social welfare issues Understand the evolution of conflicting social values