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童敏   社会科学文献出版社  2020-09 出版
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本书以考察日常生活场景实践的生态社会理论为分析框架,结合问题解决视角来设计社会工作专业服务项目,以保证社会工作专业服务具有目标清晰的针对性、层次分明的结构性、微观与宏观相结合的转接性以及服务成效的累加性。
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  • “社会工作硕士专业丛书”学术顾问委员会
  • 第一章 社会工作专业服务的项目化
    1. 第一节 服务项目的起点和定位
    2. 第二节 服务项目设计的三个维度
    3. 第三节 生态社会理论下的项目设计
  • 第二章 服务项目设计的针对性:做好需求评估
    1. 第一节 服务项目需求评估的基本框架
    2. 第二节 以成长为导向的服务项目需求评估
    3. 第三节 以成长为导向的服务项目需求评估的常用方法
    4. 第四节 针对单位的服务项目需求评估
    5. 第五节 服务项目的焦点选择和深度走向
  • 第三章 服务项目设计的结构性:搭建逻辑框架
    1. 第一节 什么是服务项目的结构性
    2. 第二节 服务项目的人际结构
    3. 第三节 服务项目的生活结构
    4. 第四节 服务项目的心理结构
    5. 第五节 服务项目的社会结构
    6. 第六节 服务项目结构层面的综合设计
    7. 第七节 服务项目结构层面综合设计的案例
  • 第四章 服务项目设计的转接性:建立服务关联
    1. 第一节 两类项目专业服务的特点和功能
    2. 第二节 服务项目设计的双重焦点
    3. 第三节 服务项目转接设计的三种策略
    4. 第四节 服务项目转接设计的内在逻辑
  • 第五章 服务项目设计的累加性:巩固服务成效
    1. 第一节 服务活动设计与服务项目设计
    2. 第二节 服务项目的起点选择
    3. 第三节 服务项目累加设计的基本策略
    4. 第四节 服务项目设计的总体框架图
  • 第六章 服务项目书的逻辑安排和书写要求
    1. 第一节 服务项目书的基本逻辑
    2. 第二节 服务项目书的书写要求
    3. 第三节 服务项目书的书写案例
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