Class Seminar in research and intervention in  social services II

  • Presentation


    In the context of training in Social Work, and against the background of changes in Social At the same
    time, UC aims to deepen knowledge already acquired in training, with regard to the operationalization of
    professional intervention. To this end, the program of a method of intervention at global level, equating
    the main phases of this method and highlighting the to direct and indirect intervention techniques.
  • Code


  • Syllabus


    1. Social work and theoretical foundations: 
    a) Theoretical perspectives of/in social work b) Current trends in social work 
    2. Social service and professional identity 
    a) Professional knowledge in interaction with populations 
    b) Professional acts 
    3 - Intervention models 
    3.1 Main theories in SS: systemic, psychosocial and critical Concept of intervention models Main variables to take into account in the election of an intervention model 
    3.2.Intervention models The systemic, ecological and network models Psychosocial models The Critical SS,  different perspectives and models.
  • Objectives


    - Situate research as a privileged strategy of the theory-practice relationship as the basis of an innovative, critical and creative practice; 
    - Develop an investigative attitude and reflection on social phenomena and problems with crosses in professional spaces; 
    - Develop theoretical and operational skills that allow identifying areas of inquiry, questioning and problematization leading to the preparation of research and action projects; 
    - Use theoretical and methodological supports and operative procedures in a qualitative perspective appropriate to organizational contexts and specific situations; 
    - Identify and/or deepen models of intervention in Social Work.
  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    The classes will take on different characteristics, depending on the moment of presentation of the
    contents, supported by updated bibliography and material prepared by the teacher. There will be
    moments of argumentative interaction, especially at the end of each topic.

  • References


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    DOMINELLI, L. (2007). Social Work, Theory And Practice for a Changing Profession. Cambrigde: Polity
    FLICK, U., (2005). Métodos Qualitativos na Investigação Cientifica, Lisboa: Monitor
    FOOK, J. (2003). Social Work, Critical Theory and Practice. London: Sage.
    IAMAMOTO, M. (2010). Serviço Social em tempo de capital fetiche, São Paulo: Cortez.
    PARTON N. e O'BYRNE, P. (2000). Construtive Social Work, towards a new practice: Palgrave
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    de Service Social, Laval, Vol. 43 (3), pp. 139-152.
    VISCARRET G., J. (2007). Modelos y Metodos de Intervención en Trabajo Social. Madrid: Alianza

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