Systemische Beratung und Therapie in der stationären Kinder- by Melanie Schumacher

By Melanie Schumacher

Melanie Schumacher erforscht in diesem Buch anhand einer empirischen Untersuchung die Potenziale systemischer Arbeitsmethoden in der stationären Kinder- und Jugendhilfe. Nach einer theoretischen Einführung in die Systemtheorie verknüpft die Autorin diesen Therapiestrang mit der Arbeit in stationären Jugendhilfeeinrichtungen. Die in diesem Zuge durchgeführten Experteninterviews zeigen dabei varied Handlungsmöglichkeiten, die zu einer Optimierung des stationären Hilfeverlaufs beitragen können.

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Children of the Greek Civil War : refugees and the politics by Loring M. Danforth

By Loring M. Danforth

At the peak of the Greek Civil struggle in 1948, thirty-eight thousand kids have been evacuated from their houses within the mountains of northern Greece. The Greek Communist social gathering relocated 1/2 them to orphanages in japanese Europe, whereas their adversaries within the nationwide govt positioned the remainder in children’s houses in other places in Greece. some degree of competition through the chilly warfare, this debatable episode keeps to gasoline tensions among Greeks and Macedonians and inside of Greek society itself. Loring M. Danforth and Riki Van Boeschoten current the following for the 1st time a finished examine of the 2 evacuation courses and the lives of the youngsters they endlessly transformed.

Marshalling archival documents, oral histories, and ethnographic fieldwork, the authors examine the evacuation method, the political clash surrounding it, the children’s upbringing, and their fates as adults bring to an end from their mom and dad and their fatherland. additionally they provide voice to seven refugee youngsters who poignantly recount their early life reports and heroic efforts to build new lives in diaspora groups during the global. A much-needed corrective to prior ancient money owed, Children of the Greek Civil War can be a looking exam of the iconic results of displacement at the lives of refugee children.

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Gender, Generations and the Family in International by Albert Kraler & Eleonore Kofman & Martin Kohli & Camille

By Albert Kraler & Eleonore Kofman & Martin Kohli & Camille Schmoll

Family-related migration is relocating to the centre of political debates on migration, integration and multiculturalism in Europe. it's also an increasing number of resulting in vigorous educational curiosity within the kinfolk dimensions of foreign migration. even as, strands of study on kin migrations and migrant households stay separate from--and occasionally ignorant of--each different. This quantity seeks to bridge the disciplinary divides. Fifteen chapters get a hold of a few universal topics. jointly, the authors tackle the necessity to larger comprehend the variety of family-related migration and its ensuing relatives kinds and practices, to query, if now not counter, simplistic assumptions approximately migrant households in public discourses, to review kin migration from a mixture of disciplinary views at a variety of degrees and through diversified methodological techniques and to recognize the state's function in shaping family-related migration, practices and lives--Rear disguise. [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]

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The Early Years: Child Well-Being and the Role of Public by Inter-American Development Bank, Norbert Schady, Samuel

By Inter-American Development Bank, Norbert Schady, Samuel Berlinski

The Early Years analyzes the improvement of Latin American and Caribbean youngsters and makes a compelling case for presidency intervention in what's instinctively a kin affair. Spending on potent courses for little ones is an funding that, if performed good, could have very excessive returns, whereas failure to enforce such courses will reduce the returns at the hefty investments being made in basic, secondary, and better schooling. rules for childrens belong on the middle of a country's improvement time table, along guidelines to increase infrastructure and increase associations. besides the fact that, if the prone supplied (or funded) via governments are to profit little ones, they need to be considerably larger than what's at the moment being brought within the zone. This e-book bargains feedback for making improvements to public coverage during this serious zone.

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Children at the Millennium (Advances in Life Course by Timothy J Owens, Sandra L. Hofferth

By Timothy J Owens, Sandra L. Hofferth

Produced less than the auspices of the part at the Sociology of kids and early life of the yank Sociological organization, this quantity presents a cohesive, wide-ranging resource of knowledge at the existence classes of kids and teens. Contributions mirror: demographic analyses and projections; dualitative elements of kid's lives; childrens and formative years in ancient and cross-cultural point of view; problems with improvement in social context; teenagers and public coverage; and social and mental dynamics of early life and youth.

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The Children of Chinatown: Growing Up Chinese American in by Wendy Rouse Jorae

By Wendy Rouse Jorae

Revealing the untold tales of a pioneer iteration of younger chinese language americans, this publication areas the kids and households of early Chinatown in the midst of efforts to strive against American regulations of exclusion and segregation. Wendy Jorae demanding situations long-held notions of early Chinatown as a bachelor group through exhibiting that families--and quite children--played vital roles in its way of life. She explores the wide-ranging photographs of Chinatown's formative years created via competing pursuits with their very own agendas--from anti-immigrant depictions of chinese language young children as filthy and culturally not so good as unique and Orientalized photographs that catered to the tourist's excellent of Chinatown. All of those representations, Jorae notes, tended to extra isolate Chinatown at a time while American-born chinese language childrens have been trying to outline themselves as chinese language American. dealing with limitations of immigration exclusion, cultural dislocation, baby exertions, segregated education, crime, and violence, chinese language American little ones tried to construct an international for themselves at the margins of 2 cultures. Their tale is a part of the bigger American tale of the fight to beat racism and discover the best of equality.

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Something to Cry About: An Argument against Corporal by Susan M. Turner

By Susan M. Turner

Why does our society imagine it really is ok to hit young ones? nearly all people thinks it's flawed to abuse a toddler. yet many fogeys and academics think it truly is ok to spank young ones, rap their knuckles, slap their faces, pull their hair and yank their palms, so long as the punishment doesn't bring about severe damage or demise, and is meant to enhance a child’s behaviour. Susan M. Turner explores the ancient, mental, sociological and criminal foundations of this trust from a philosophical viewpoint and argues why it's going to be deserted. anything to Cry approximately provides proof from contemporary reports displaying that every one sorts of corporal punishment pose major dangers for kids and that none improves behaviour within the long-term. Dr. Turner additionally examines part forty three of the Canadian felony Code — a legislation that protects those that punish youngsters of their care by means of permitting them to hit the kids so long as such punishment is “reasonable,” even supposing Canadian case legislation indicates that “reasonable” has incorporated breaking a child’s arms. Turner offers a entire argument in favour of repeal. In whatever to Cry approximately, Turner takes a distinct stand, yet does so in a manner that invitations severe discussion. Her paintings is the 1st to set out the controversy over corporal punishment in multidisciplinary phrases pertinent to Canadian society. She brings jointly in a single position a wide selection of concept and knowledge which are consulted via all Canadians all for the welfare of youngsters.

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