Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai / Social Work. Experience and Methods 2009, nr. 4(2)

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    Lietuvos socialinių darbuotojų asociacija: kuriant socialinių darbuotojų profesinį statusą
    [Association of Lithuania's social workers: creating professional position of social workers]
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    Ruškus, Jonas
    Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai / Social Work. Experience and Methods, 2009, no. 4(2), p. 155-158
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    Comparing understanding of social work identity in Finland and Lithuania
    [Socialinio darbo identiteto sampratos Lietuvoje ir Suomijoje palyginimas]
    research article; ; ;
    Perttula, Juha
    ;
    Väänänen, Anna
    Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai / Social Work. Experience and Methods, 2009, no. 4(2), p. 37-54
    This article is a logical continuation of inquiry into understanding of social work identity of international research group and is aimed at cross-national comparison of the understanding of social work identity. The researchers have previously done two inquiries investigating the understandings of social work identity separately in Lithuania and Finland. In the two previous inquires the developed categories describing research participants understanding of what social work phenomena are and how they should be studied scientifically in Finland and Lithuania were used as a data for this research.
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    Sisteminė pozityvios tėvystės raiškos ir ugdymo perspektyva
    [The models of positive parenthood : system perspective]
    research article
    Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai / Social Work. Experience and Methods, 2009, no. 4(2), p. 107-123
    Author analyses the changes of parenting conception and models in changing society context, using system perspective. Parenting could be described as biological – social function, special activity and process. In nowadays context, parenting is described as specific purposeful activity and process for children safety and welfare. Taking in to consideration parents’ responsibility and communication with children mode, parenting activity could be described as active authoritarian or interfering, active – nurturing and passive – permissive or overindulgent. The consistent and inconsistent parenting process describes, using criteria of appropriate discipline, rules and limits for children, purposeful punishments. Parenting always related with micro, mezzo and macro system. Micro factors are maturity of parents’ personality, family cohesion and family flexibility. Mezzo factors – strong community relations, good neighbourhood. Macro factors are economy situation, positive promoting parenthood laws. For positive parenting need knowledge and skills education. The positive parenting could be described as purposeful active, nurturing consistent activity for children need welfare and education as free, creative and mature person. Positive parenting program is meaningful aspect of family assistance and could be constructed as continuity process taking in to consideration family problems and needs.
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    The possibility of a descriptive orientation to psycho-social work : towards the conceptual origins
    [Psichosocialinio darbo aprašomosios krypties galimybės : link esminių dalykų]
    research article
    Perttula, Juha
    Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai / Social Work. Experience and Methods, 2009, no. 4(2), p. 9-36
    Identifying the experiential reality of individuals is an important objective of psycho-social work. Its importance is based on the assumption that this reality is always true for each individual. Phenomenology and its hermeneutic variant present complementary, not contradictory views of the basic quality of psycho-social work. Based on a conceptual analysis of preunderstanding, preinterpretation, interpretation and description, it is concluded that the most appropriate orientation to psycho-social work is a descriptive one.
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