Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Drouard, Hervé
Title: Relations professionnelles dans le travail social se prolongeant en relations durables
Other Title: Professional relations in the social work going on in long-lasting (sustainable) relations
Is part of: Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai, 2012, nr. 9 (1), p. 195-210
Date: 2012
Abstract: In the participative practices of the professionals, I expose a participative research where the points of view and behaviors of the “social work beneficiaries”, of the social workers and of the searchers are co-constructing and co-understanding each eathers. How and why professional relation extend to friendly relationship? I postulate that this is a phenomenon which may exist in all the professions but I have just exposed here a little monography where the practician-searcher and his spouse (the two of them social workers but one is animator and the other family assistant) are involved in the studied cases. In a methodological viewpoint, I started with H.J. Rodriguez-Tomé’s approach about the “privileged and significative adults in the adolescence” and enlarged to the whole life. Were summoned biographical elements and a mini interview poll (a dozen) with the object of appreciate the conditions of possibility of this phenomenon, to precise the types of “assistants and assisted”, of institutions able to encourage it, of hidden logic (“empowerment” as acknowledgement of the other as equal in dignity, capacities, richness allowing the release of the relational dynamic, including the friendly relationship, one of the ideal human relationship) and the level of satisfaction of the involved actors.
Appears in Collections:Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai / Social Work. Experience and Methods 2012, nr. 9(1)

Files in This Item:
Show full item record
Export via OAI-PMH Interface in XML Formats
Export to Other Non-XML Formats

CORE Recommender

Page view(s)

checked on Mar 30, 2021


checked on Mar 31, 2021

Google ScholarTM


Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.