Angebote zu "Case" (37 Treffer)

Aktuelle Leitbegriffe der sozialen Arbeit
€ 19.80 *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Das Praxisfeld der Soziale Arbeit ist vielfältig im Umbruch. Die gesellschaftlichen Ökonomisierungstendenzen und die zunehmende Verbetriebswirtschaftlichung sozialer Dienste verschlechtern in vielen Organisationen die Rahmenbedingungen für fachliches Arbeiten. Zunehmende Formalisierungstendenzen und geringere Zeitressourcen für Soziale Arbeit wirken sich negativ auf die Unterstützungsleistungen für KlientInnen aus. In diesem Kontext ist es mehr denn je notwendig jene Diskurse kritisch zu analysieren, die als ideologische Folie hinter diesen Entwicklungen verortet werden können. Für die Soziale Arbeit ist dies eine besondere Herausforderung, mangelt es ihr doch bislang an einer selbstständigen wissenschaftlichen Fundierung. Diese Publikation soll ProfessionistInnen, Studierende und Lehrende im Feld der Sozialen Arbeit eine kritische Einführung in jene zentralen Diskurse der Sozialen Arbeit bieten, die gegenwärtig als Mainstream in der konkreten Praxis Bedeutung und Umsetzung finden. Sozial-, Human- und GeisteswissenschaftlerInnen bietet die Publikation einen Einblick in Themenfelder, die sich aufgrund ihrer Praxisrelevanz als Gegenstand für theoretische Reflexion wie für empirische Forschung anbieten. Nicht zuletzt soll mit dieser Publikation für Akteure des Sozialen die Möglichkeit eröffnet werden, politische Prozesse aus einer aufgeklärten theoretischen Haltung heraus mitzugestalten. Anhand exemplarischer Begriffe von Aktivierung und Sozialer Kontrolle über Case Management, Diversität, Systemtheorie, Grundsicherung, New Public Management, Profession und Geschlecht, Qualität und Effizienz bis zu Soziale Diagnose und Sozialraum werden aktuelle Diskurse der Sozialen Arbeit einer systematischen Analyse unterzogen.

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: Mar 20, 2019
Zum Angebot
The Campus Rape Frenzy
€ 23.99 *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

´´In recent years, politicians led by President Obama and prominent senators and governors have teamed with extremists on campus to portray our nation´s campuses as awash in a violent crime wave-and to suggest (preposterously) that university leaders, professors, and students are indifferent to female sexual assault victims in their midst. Neither of these claims has any bearing in reality. But they have achieved widespread acceptance, thanks in part to misleading alarums from the Obama Administration and biased media coverage led by the New York Times. The panic about campus rape has helped stimulate-and has been fanned by-ideologically skewed campus sexual assault policies and lawless commands issued by federal bureaucrats to force the nation´s all-too-compliant colleges and universities essentially to presume the guilt of accused students. The result has been a widespread disregard of such bedrock American principles as the presumption of innocence and the need for fair play. This book will use hard facts to set the record straight. It will, among other things, explore about two dozen of the many cases since 2010 in which innocent or probably innocent students have been branded as sex criminals and expelled or otherwise punished by their colleges. And it will show why all students-and, eventually, society as a whole-are harmed when our nation´s universities abandon pursuit of truth and seek instead to accommodate the passions of the mob´´--

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: Mar 20, 2019
Zum Angebot
The Illusion of Love
€ 31.99 *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Domestic violence is a pervasive problem in our society that has only recently come to be acknowledged in public discussion. Though many see it as a social and political problem grounded in unequal gender roles, this level of analysis fails to explain adequately why many battered women return to their abusers despite intense suffering and the certainty of more physical violence. The Illusion of Love challenges the prevailing model, which views the victim of abuse as a normal woman who is unable to escape from her batterer due to the effects of terror and psychological collapse. Instead, David Celani offers a new answer--that women who are battered have a fundamental attraction to partners who are abusive. Based on his years of clinical experience treating battered women, Celani applies object relations theory and case examples from his own practice to show that many women--and indeed some men--are unconsciously drawn to abusive partners because of personality disorders caused by childhood abuse and neglect. He argues that any effective treatment for battered women must help unravel futile and self-defeating patterns, such as ones that spring from fears of abandonment and fascination with men who produce exaggerated promises of love followed by extreme rejecting behaviors. The Illusion of Love examines the personalities of abusers as well, many of whom suffer from narcissism, a disorder that is also often associated with childhood abuse and neglect. Narcissistic men lash out violently in an attempt to control their own fears or abandonment and to compensate for unsatisfied emotional needs. Celani concludes that domestic violence is often the tragic result of a union between individuals with complementary personality disorders. His findings fly in the face of the politically correct refusal to examine the behavior of the victim of abuse, a strategy that has led to a severe misunderstanding of the dynamics of the battering scenario. The Illusion of Love calls for primary prevention of neglectful parenting to stem the tide of abuse in the future, offering tangible hope for the treatment of victims of abuse as they attempt to extricate themselves from unhealthy, damaging relationships.

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: Mar 20, 2019
Zum Angebot
Addiction by Design
€ 24.99 *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

´´A stunning portrayal of technology and the inner life. Searing, sobering, compelling: this is important, first-rate, accessible scholarship that should galvanize public conversation.´´--Sherry Turkle, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, author of Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other´´A fascinating, frightening window into the world of gambling in Las Vegas and the technological innovations that deliberately enhance and sustain the ´zone´--the odd, absorbed state for which extreme machine gamblers yearn. An astute and provocative look at addiction and its complex moral, social, and emotional entanglements.´´--T. M. Luhrmann, Stanford University´´At the heart of Schüll´s book is the interplay between the players and the machine; between the players and the machine manufacturers; between the players and the math program; and between the players and the ´zone´ that the machines help produce. A tour de force that changes the dialogue on gambling addiction.´´--Henry Lesieur, author of The Chase: Career of the Compulsive Gambler´´Schüll´s clear and dramatic writing style is itself addictive. One is drawn into the ways in which the interactions among the different stakeholders lead to players´ experience of being drawn into a ´zone´ where they remain until all resources are gone. This is a must-read narrative that points to the many variants of screen addiction possible today.´´--Don Ihde, author of Bodies in Technology´´This gripping, insightful, and poignant analysis of machine gambling offers a kind of object lesson in the intensified forms of consumption that computer-based technologies enable. An exemplary case of the way in which close, critical investigation of specific sites of capitalism can provide a deeper understanding of both intimate experience and widespread socioeconomic arrangements.´´--Lucy A. Suchman, author of Human-Machine Reconfigurations´´Schüll offers a provocative and important study of the imperative some people feel to lose themselves in a machine. The ethnography is rich and deep, shedding original light on the significance of addiction and gambling in American culture. The story told in the book is absolutely riveting.´´--Emily Martin, author of Bipolar Expeditions

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: Mar 21, 2019
Zum Angebot
Unequal Childhoods
€ 28.99 *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

?So where does something like practical intelligence come from?...Perhaps the best explanation we have of this process comes from the sociologist Annette Lareau, who...conducted a fascinating study of a group of third graders. You might expect that if you spent such an extended period in twelve different households, what you would gather is twelve different ideas about how to raise children...What Lareau found, however, is something much different.? ?Malcolm Gladwell, Outliers: The Story of Success´´Less than one in five Americans think ´race, gender, religion or social class are very important for getting ahead in life,´ Annette Lareau tells us in her carefully researched and clearly written new book. But as she brilliantly shows, everything from looking authority figures in the eye when you shake their hands to spending long periods in a shared space and squabbling with siblings is related to social class. This is one of the most penetrating works I have read on a topic that only grows in importance as the class gap in America widens.´´?Arlie Russell Hochschild, author of The Time Bind and The Commercialization of Intimate Life´´This is a great book, not only because of its powerful portrayal of class inequalities in the United States and its insightful analysis of the processes through which inequality is reproduced, but also because of its frank engagement with methodological and analytic dilemmas usually glossed over in academic texts. Hardly any other studies have the rich, intensive ethnographic focus on family of Unequal Childhoods.´´ ?Diane Reay, American Journal of Sociology´´Lareau does sociology and lay readers alike an important service in her engaging book, Unequal Childhoods, by showing us exactly what kinds of knowledge, upbringing, skills, and bureaucratic savvy are involved in this idea, and how powerfully inequality in this realm perpetuates economic inequality. Through textured and intimate observation, Lareau takes us into separate worlds of pampered but overextended, middle-class families and materially stressed, but relatively relaxed, working-class and poor families to show how inequality is passed on across generations.´´ ?Katherine Newman, Contexts´´Sociology at its best. In this major study, Lareau provides the tools to make sense of the frenzied middle-class obsession with their offspring´s extracurricular activities; the similarities between black and white professionals; and the paths on which poor and working class kids are put by their circumstances. This book will help generations of students understand that organized soccer and pick-up basketball have everything to do with the inequality of life chances.´´?Michele Lamont, author of The Dignity of Working Men: Morality and the Boundaries of Race, Class, and Immigration´´Drawing upon remarkably detailed case studies of parents and children going about their daily lives, Lareau argues that middle-class and working-class families operate with different logics of childrearing, which both reflect and contribute to the transmission of inequality. An important and provocative book.´´?Barrie Thorne, author of Gender Play: Girls and Boys in School´´With rich storytelling and insightful detail, Lareau takes us inside the family lives of poor, middle-class, and affluent Americans and reminds us that class matters. Unequal Childhoods thoughtfully demonstrates that class differences in cultural resources, played out in the daily routines of parenting, can have a powerful impact on children´s chances for climbing the class ladder and achieving the American dream. This provocative and often disturbing book will shape debates on the U.S. class system for decades to come.´´?Sharon Hays, author of Flat Broke with Children´´Drawing on intimate knowledge of kids and families studied at school and at home, Lareau examines the social changes that have turned childhood into an extended production process for many middle-class American families. Her depiction of this new world of childhood--and her comparison of the middle-class ideal of systematic cultivation to the more naturalistic approach to child development to which many working-class parents still adhere--maps a critically important dimension of American family life and raises challenging questions for parents and policy makers.´´?Paul DiMaggio, Professor of Sociology, Princeton University´´Annette Lareau has written another classic. Her deep insights about the social stratification of family life

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: Mar 20, 2019
Zum Angebot
Case Management in der Sozialarbeit mit Suchtkr...
€ 148.00
Angebot
€ 98.00 *
ggf. zzgl. Versand
(€ 148.00 / in stock)

Case Management in der Sozialarbeit mit Suchtkranken unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der sozialen Netzwerkarbeit: Gerda Schulz

Anbieter: Hugendubel.de
Stand: Mar 11, 2019
Zum Angebot
Case Management in der Sozialarbeit mit Suchtkr...
€ 148.00
Angebot
€ 27.99 *
ggf. zzgl. Versand
(€ 148.00 / in stock)

Case Management in der Sozialarbeit mit Suchtkranken unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der sozialen Netzwerkarbeit: Gerda Schulz

Anbieter: Hugendubel.de
Stand: Mar 11, 2019
Zum Angebot
Case Management in der Sozialarbeit mit Suchtkr...
€ 148.00 *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Case Management in der Sozialarbeit mit Suchtkranken unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der sozialen Netzwerkarbeit: Gerda Schulz

Anbieter: Hugendubel.de
Stand: Feb 27, 2019
Zum Angebot
Klinische Sozialarbeit. Übertragung der soziale...
€ 14.99
Angebot
€ 12.99 *
ggf. zzgl. Versand
(€ 14.99 / in stock)

Klinische Sozialarbeit. Übertragung der sozialen Einzelhilfe und des Case Managements auf einen Fall aus der Praxisphase: Joel Hornberger

Anbieter: Hugendubel.de
Stand: Mar 11, 2019
Zum Angebot
Klinische Sozialarbeit. Übertragung der soziale...
€ 14.99 *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Klinische Sozialarbeit. Übertragung der sozialen Einzelhilfe und des Case Managements auf einen Fall aus der Praxisphase:Akademische Schriftenreihe Bd. V444442 Joel Hornberger

Anbieter: Hugendubel.de
Stand: Feb 27, 2019
Zum Angebot