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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Marynowicz-Hetka, Ewa
Title: Education and formation for acting in the field of social work – the socio-pedagogical point of view
Other Title: Specialistų ugdymas ir rengimas veikti socialinio darbo lauke : socialinis-pedagoginis požiūris
Is part of: Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai, 2013, nr. 11 (1), p. 9-28
Date: 2013
Abstract: The issues related to social work and activities taken in this field of practice have been tackled by extensive literature on the subject and many concepts that make the theoretical reference material for the construction of that practice. In this text, the concept of the socio-pedagogical perspective of the field of social work is presented, which expresses the social dimension of activity in the field of social work. This concept provides a fundamental theoretical reference (framework) for training to work in the field of social work carried out at the Department of Social Pedagogy at the University of Lodz. Education understood in this way is also shaping the acting subject who, throughout the process, acquires values of professionalism.
Socialinio darbo ir praktinės veiklos klausimai nagrinėjami pasitelkus praktiką analizuojančius ir kuriančius teorinius konceptus. Šiame straipsnyje pristatomas socialinės-pedagoginės perspektyvos socialinio darbo lauke konceptas, kuris aktualizuoja veiklos socialinio darbo lauke socialinę dimensiją. Šis konceptas sudaro teorinį pagrindą socialinio darbo specialistų rengimui Lodzės universiteto Socialinės pedagogikos katedroje. Toks specialistų rengimas formuoja veikiantį subjektą, kuris praktikos proceso metu įgyja profesionalių vertybių.
Appears in Collections:Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai / Social Work. Experience and Methods 2013, nr. 11 (1)

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