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ISBN: 978-3-938094-49-5

Need and Care - Glimpses into the Beginnings of Eastern Europe's Professional Welfare

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ISBN: 978-3-938094-49-5

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The book gives a collection of case studies by national researchers from the project “History of Social Work in Eastern Europe 1900–1960 (SWEEP)”. This collection is directed at teaching Social Work and History of Social Work in an international context since it focuses on Latvia, Russia, Poland, Hungary, Croatia, Slovenia, Romania and Bulgaria.

 

The book contains 16 articles about specific interesting examples from the histories of Social Work that have been researched by scholars from Latvia, Russia, Poland, Hungary, Croatia, Slovenia, Romania and Bulgaria. It deals with problems and important aspects of historical research and aspects of comparative research in general and contains articles on four major topics: biographical sketches of important social work pioneers in Eastern Europe, fields of Social Work, such as institutional care for orphans or settlement movement, social politics and social movement, such as the „social diseases“ policy, the influence of women’s movement on the development of Social Work or the contribution of religious communities and, last not least, the question of professionalisation, mainly the founding of schools for social work.

 

From the Contents:

  • Kurt Schilde, Traces of traditions—bringing the beginnings of professional Social Welfare in Eastern Europe to light

Social Work Pioneers in Eastern Europe—Biographical sketches and portraits

  • Kristina Popova, Teaching Practice—the principles of professionalisation of Rajna Petkova
  • Borbala Juhasz, Parallel Biographies: Religious Social Work in Hungary
  • Melita Richter-Malabota, Tatjana Marinic—from antifascism to the care for the needy
  • Izabela Szczepaniak-Wiecha/Agnieszka Malek/Krystyna Slany, Models of women’s social activity in Poland in first half of XX century

Fields of work

  • Yulia Gradskova, Gender aspects of every day’s Social Work in Soviet Russia
  • Elena Iarskaia-Smirnova/Ioulia Morosova/Pavel Romanov, Institutional Care for Orphans in the USSR, 1940-1960
  • Vanja Branica/Marijana Majdak, Child welfare services in Croatia from 1900-1960
  • Dorottya Szikra/Eszter Varsa, Everyday Social Work in the Hungarian Settlement Movement: A Case Study of the Kozma Street Settlement Project, 1942-1950

Social Politics and Social Movements

  • Milena Angelova, The „social diseases“ policy in Bulgaria in the first half of the XX century – between social initiatives and state Undertakings
  • Vesna Leskošek, Influence of women’s movement on development of Social Work
  • Liesma Ose/Juris Osis/Lidija Shilneva,Contribution of Jewish community to the development of social welfare in Latvia 1900-1940
  • Izabela Szczepaniak-Wiecha/Agnieszka Malek/Krystyna Slany,Selective aspects of social family system in Poland in 1900-1960
  • Eszter Varsa, Implications of Class, Race and Gender behind the Introduction of the First Maternity Leave Regulation in Hungary in 1967

Professionalisation

  • Roxana Cheschebec/Silvana Rachieru, Professionalisation of Social Work in inter-war Romania
  • Marina Ajdukovic/Sandra Prlenda Perkovac, The influence of female activists of the antifascist women’s front during World War II on the establishment of the School for Social Work in the 1950s
  • Darja Zaviršek, The establishment of the Social Work education in Slovenia

Résumé

  • Dagmar Schulte, How to make use of traditions—todays use and lectures from historical cognitions for “the making of a Social Europe“

 

The editors:

Dr. phil. Kurt Schilde, University of Siegen, Germany.

Dagmar Schulte, Dipl.-Päd., University of Siegen, Germany

 

Additional information

Publisher

ISBN

978-3-938094-49-5

Format

A5

Scope

296

Year of publication

2005

Date of publication

03.10.2005

Edition

1.

Language

Englisch

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Autor*innen

Dagmar Schulte

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Eastern Europe, History, Hisotry, History of Social Work, Osteuropa, Social Work, Welfare

Description

Description

The book gives a collection of case studies by national researchers from the project “History of Social Work in Eastern Europe 1900–1960 (SWEEP)”. This collection is directed at teaching Social Work and History of Social Work in an international context since it focuses on Latvia, Russia, Poland, Hungary, Croatia, Slovenia, Romania and Bulgaria.

 

The book contains 16 articles about specific interesting examples from the histories of Social Work that have been researched by scholars from Latvia, Russia, Poland, Hungary, Croatia, Slovenia, Romania and Bulgaria. It deals with problems and important aspects of historical research and aspects of comparative research in general and contains articles on four major topics: biographical sketches of important social work pioneers in Eastern Europe, fields of Social Work, such as institutional care for orphans or settlement movement, social politics and social movement, such as the „social diseases“ policy, the influence of women’s movement on the development of Social Work or the contribution of religious communities and, last not least, the question of professionalisation, mainly the founding of schools for social work.

 

From the Contents:

  • Kurt Schilde, Traces of traditions—bringing the beginnings of professional Social Welfare in Eastern Europe to light

Social Work Pioneers in Eastern Europe—Biographical sketches and portraits

  • Kristina Popova, Teaching Practice—the principles of professionalisation of Rajna Petkova
  • Borbala Juhasz, Parallel Biographies: Religious Social Work in Hungary
  • Melita Richter-Malabota, Tatjana Marinic—from antifascism to the care for the needy
  • Izabela Szczepaniak-Wiecha/Agnieszka Malek/Krystyna Slany, Models of women’s social activity in Poland in first half of XX century

Fields of work

  • Yulia Gradskova, Gender aspects of every day’s Social Work in Soviet Russia
  • Elena Iarskaia-Smirnova/Ioulia Morosova/Pavel Romanov, Institutional Care for Orphans in the USSR, 1940-1960
  • Vanja Branica/Marijana Majdak, Child welfare services in Croatia from 1900-1960
  • Dorottya Szikra/Eszter Varsa, Everyday Social Work in the Hungarian Settlement Movement: A Case Study of the Kozma Street Settlement Project, 1942-1950

Social Politics and Social Movements

  • Milena Angelova, The „social diseases“ policy in Bulgaria in the first half of the XX century – between social initiatives and state Undertakings
  • Vesna Leskošek, Influence of women’s movement on development of Social Work
  • Liesma Ose/Juris Osis/Lidija Shilneva,Contribution of Jewish community to the development of social welfare in Latvia 1900-1940
  • Izabela Szczepaniak-Wiecha/Agnieszka Malek/Krystyna Slany,Selective aspects of social family system in Poland in 1900-1960
  • Eszter Varsa, Implications of Class, Race and Gender behind the Introduction of the First Maternity Leave Regulation in Hungary in 1967

Professionalisation

  • Roxana Cheschebec/Silvana Rachieru, Professionalisation of Social Work in inter-war Romania
  • Marina Ajdukovic/Sandra Prlenda Perkovac, The influence of female activists of the antifascist women’s front during World War II on the establishment of the School for Social Work in the 1950s
  • Darja Zaviršek, The establishment of the Social Work education in Slovenia

Résumé

  • Dagmar Schulte, How to make use of traditions—todays use and lectures from historical cognitions for “the making of a Social Europe“

 

The editors:

Dr. phil. Kurt Schilde, University of Siegen, Germany.

Dagmar Schulte, Dipl.-Päd., University of Siegen, Germany

 

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Additional information

Publisher

ISBN

978-3-938094-49-5

Format

A5

Scope

296

Year of publication

2005

Date of publication

03.10.2005

Edition

1.

Language

Englisch

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