Populatii vulnerabile si fenomene de automarginalizare. Strategii de interventie si efecte perverse/ Vulnerable People and Self-Marginalisation. Intervention Strategies (Romanian Version)
- Vasile MIFTODE (coordonator), Maria COJOCARU, Stefan COJOCARU
- Daniela GIRLEANU, Gabriela IRIMESCU, Contiu SOITU
Social or community solidarity has several meanings emerged with the evolution of society and the stabilization of values and standards colective. First of all, it is the common meaning of solidarity, expressed overall by the feeling of belonging to a group and realization of the debt on defending common causes with other members, to help the needs and aspirations with them to promote values. Secondly it is the legal meaning, normative, according to which it is conceived as a mechanism to assume the obligations by someone in respect of another person to take charge of protection activities for those who need help at a specific moment, when they are victims of social and individual risks. No. pg. 58
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