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关键词: 社会工作 研究

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本书力求站在一线实务工作者的角度,以实务工作中面对的个人心理、互动关系和社会结构三种改变导向为出发点,突出以下三个方面的特征。1.实用性。直接从服务发展的脉络和要求入手,梳理社会工作不同理论流派的理论框架、核心概念和历史演变过程,使读者能够将其与实际的服务结合起来理解社会工作理论的内涵,感受社会工作理论所蕴含的实务改变力量,突出社会工作理论是一种实务理论。2.历史性。结合每个社会工作理论流派产生的社会历史背景以及该理论流派重要贡献者的个人经历和学术历程,在具体的社会历史场景中阐释每个社会工作理论的内涵和历史演变过程。3.系统性。在梳理每个理论流派时,根据该理论流派的理论讨论焦点分个人心理导向、互动关系导向和社会结构导向三个部分分别予以介绍,同时根据各个理论流派发展的内在关联分门别类进行阐述,使读者能够更准确地把握每个理论流派的理论核心内涵。
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