Tehnici in Asistenta Sociala/ Techniques in Social Work (Romanian Version)
AbstractThis volume proposes a presentation on some basic techniques of social work practice. Using arguments of social epistemology, the author introduces an overview of work on the case and highlights important aspects of counseling in social work. Implementation of the main professions relationship used in the work assistants, creates the complex inter and multi-dimensional approach to social welfare practice, recognizing the border issue discipline. The whole approach proposed by the author is filtered by the ethical character of social assistance, targeted to promote individual rights, and having as a central concept, the quality of life. No. pg. 129
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Bibliographic InfoThis book is provided by Editura Lumen, Department of Economics in its series Books of Social Work and Sociology with number 85 and published in 2005.
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