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Назва: Social-pedagogical work with a dysfunctional family in the Ukrainian context
Автори: Shved, Maria
Duzha-Zadorozhna, Myroslava
Pukaliak, Marta
Приналежність: Ukrainian Catholic University
Lviv Polytechnic National University
Бібліографічний опис: Shved M. Social-pedagogical work with a dysfunctional family in the Ukrainian context / Maria Shved, Myroslava Duzha-Zadorozhna, Marta Pukaliak // Ukrainian Journal of Educational Research. — Lviv : Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2017. — Vol 2. — No 1. — P. 37–42.
Bibliographic description: Shved M. Social-pedagogical work with a dysfunctional family in the Ukrainian context / Maria Shved, Myroslava Duzha-Zadorozhna, Marta Pukaliak // Ukrainian Journal of Educational Research. — Lviv : Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2017. — Vol 2. — No 1. — P. 37–42.
Є частиною видання: Ukrainian Journal of Educational Research, 1 (2), 2017
Журнал/збірник: Ukrainian Journal of Educational Research
Випуск/№ : 1
Том: 2
Дата публікації: 20-лют-2017
Видавництво: Lviv Politechnic Publishing House
Місце видання, проведення: Lviv
Теми: social-pedagogical work
well-to-do family
seemingly problem-free family
at-risk family
family in crisis
Ukraine
Кількість сторінок: 6
Діапазон сторінок: 37-42
Початкова сторінка: 37
Кінцева сторінка: 42
Короткий огляд (реферат): The modern Ukrainian society is experiencing a period of socio-political transformations, economic crisis and is searching for new strategies of its social development. Under these conditions, the notion of family undergoes considerable changes, which have a negative effect on its everyday activity. According to the socio-pedagogical approach, families can be thus classified: well-to-do, seemingly problem-free, at-risk family and family in crisis. Social threats (migration, terrorism, organized crime, environmental crisis etc.) have negative influence on family’s creation and development. Urgent problems of the Ukrainian family are: orphanage, migrants and refugees, loss of the contact with family members due to forced migration, social orphanhood, decrease in educational and socializing potential, poverty. These problems increase the number of problem families and disadapted children and youngsters. Disadaptation is the consequence of disorders in the process of social adaptation, during which the individual acquires necessary skills and patterns of behavior and changes the environmental conditions, according to his needs and abilities. To overcome the problems mentioned family needs professional help. In order to devise methods of sociopedagogical work with families in crisis, its stages, methods, models and principles were described in this article. The works of S. Jones, R. Joss, F. Loewenberg, R. Dolgoff were used to define the models of socio-pedagogical support of disadapted children (paternalistic, contact, instrumental, personalistic). A set of methods was used in this research – selection, analysis, professional literature systematization and generalization, comparative method for analysis of research data, method of theoretical generalization etc. To sum up, it can be stated that in Ukraine the problem mentioned still lacks for precise methodological research and scientific techniques of cooperation with problem families. This encourages the creation of a complete system based on international experience and modern technologies, which allows preparing specialists in social-pedagogy.
URI (Уніфікований ідентифікатор ресурсу): http://ena.lp.edu.ua:8080/handle/ntb/42898
Власник авторського права: © Національний університет „Львівська політехніка“, 2017
© Shved M., Duzha-Zadorozhna M., Pukaliak M., 2017
URL-посилання пов’язаного матеріалу: http://www.unian.ua/country/1318291-vukrajini-
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[6] Krauß, E. J. (2008). Methoden Sozialer Arbeit. In D. Kreft, I. Mielenz (Hrsg.). Wörterbuch Soziale Arbeit. Weinheim/München: Juventa Verlag, 589–594.
[7] Loewenberg, F., & Dolgoff, R. (1996). Ethical Decision for Social Work Practice, Itasca: F. E. Peacock Publishers, Inc.
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[9] Sozialpädagogische Familienhilfe in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, München: DJI e.V., 1997, Online Publikation. http://www.bmfsfj.de/bmfsfj/generator/ Publikationen/spfh/ einleitung.
[10] Spiegel, H. (2008). Methodisches Handeln. In D. Kreft, I. Mielenz (Hrsg.). Wörterbuch Soziale Arbeit, Weinheim/München: Juventa Verlag, 594–599.
[11] Zmanovskaya, Ye. V. (2003). Devyantolohyia: ucheb. posobye dlia stud. vyssh. ucheb. zavedenyi [Deviantology: study manual for a students of higher education]. Moscov, Russian Federation.
[12] Zvierieva, I. D. (Ed.). (2008). Sotsialna pedahohika: mala entsyklopediia [Social pedagogy: small encyclopedia]. Kyiv, Ukraine.
Тип вмісту : Article
Розташовується у зібраннях:Ukrainian Journal of Educational Research. – 2017. – Vol. 2, No. 1



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