HISTORY OF SOCIAL WORK:
History of Social Work
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History of Social Work
Study: Social Work - 2. semester
Code: 43941
ECTS: 3.0
Course coordinators: prof. dr. sc. Marina Ajduković
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History of Social Work Social Work - 2. semester
3.0 43941
Lecturer in charge Consultations Location
prof. dr. sc. Marina Ajduković Nazorova 51, room Nazorova 51, soba 23/I
Literature
Puljiz, V.; Socijalna politika i socijalne djelatnosti u Hrvatskoj u razdoblju 1900-1960. godina.; Ljetopis Studijskog centra socijalnog rada (2006), str. 7-26
Ajduković, M. i Branica, V.; Počeci socijalnog rada u Hrvatskoj između dva svjetska rata.; Ljetopis Studijskog centra socijalnog rada (2006), str. 29-44
Branica, V.; Razvoj društvene skrbi za djecu u prvoj polovini 20. stoljeća.; (2006), str. 47-62
Ajduković, M.; 50 godina studija za socijalni rad.; Zagreb: Pravni fakultet u Zagrebu (2002)
Description
The course is focused on following topics: Development of social work in Europe and the United States, The importance of charitable and philanthropic work for the development of social work, The first educational programs in social work in the world, Individuals important for the development of social work in a global context, Care for children as a starting point of the social work profession, Care for the poor as a starting point for the social work profession, Gender and development of social work. Is social work female profession?, The context of the development of social work in Croatia, Social work related activities and action in the early 20th century in Croatia, Individuals important for the development of social work in Croatia, Development of education for social work in Croatia - founders, first teachers and students, Social work in socialism - European and Croatian perspective
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