Sozialarbeit – Sozialpolitik – Familienkontexte

Krzysztof Frysztacki

Abstrakt

Social Work – Social Policy – Family Contexts

Family issues are combining diversified factors, viewpoints, directions of analysis. As such they reflect different levels of social structure, functioning, and related professional activities. In the first place it means micro-social reality but also other components influencing our understanding of family life, including macro-social ones. On the other hand we should look at family through the prism of particular disciplines – and in this paper both social work and social policy are starting points. They are treated as exceptionally important tools of family research and practice.

Słowa kluczowe: family life, micro-social reality, macro-social influence, social work, social policy
References

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Hepworth D.H., Rooney R.H., Rooney G.D., Strom-Gottfried K., Larsen, J.A. (2010). Direct Social Work Practice: Theory and Skills. Brooks/Cole Centage Learning, Belmont, CA.

Jordan C., Franklin C. (2009). Treatment Planning with Families: An Evidence-Based Approach. In: A. Roberts (Hrsg.). Social Workers’ Desk Reference. Oxford University Press, New York, s. 429–432.

McGoldrick M. (2009). Using Genograms to Map Family Patterns. In: A. Roberts (Hrsg.). Social Workers’ Desk Reference. Oxford University Press, New York, NY, 2009: 409–423.

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