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A short course of lectures
«Social Change and Social Work»





Decline of the Nation State and its Impact on Social Work MethodsThe Making of a Support RelationshipThe Historical Context: Pro and Contra Welfare State ArgumentsTwo Cases of Context-Sensitive Research ApproachesScientific Neutrality and the Silencing of Identity QuestionsIn the End'Pro' Welfare StateThe Case of Family Mediation as an Example of Contextual Knowledge ProductionAnalysis of DataData CollectionIntervention for Facilitative Family Mediation in FinlandCase-Work and the Rise of FordismSocial Work Education and Political Action'Ordinary People Doing Ordinary Things'From Welfare to WorkfareModernization and Social Work: Toward Governing Risks, Advanced Liberalism and Crumbling Solidarity?Analysis of a Local Case of Support Person PracticeShaping the Adult Worker: Mothers in two Labour Integration ProgrammesAre We Family?Genealogy as a Tool for Analyzing Child Welfare Discourses and Practices at Moments of Transformation:Phenomenology, Existential Therapy and Social WorkThis BookIs History Repeating Itself? Reinventing Social Work's Role in Ensuring Social Solidarity Under Conditions of GlobalizationMothers as 'Models' to their DaughtersThe Support Person Practice in Finnish Child WelfareContents of EducationSocial Work, Welfare and NeoliberalismReflecting on Real-life CasesThe Scope of the ProblemMother–Daughter Relationships in Families with Substance Abuse Treatment and Child Welfare Service BackgroundEthical ChallengesThe Case of Youth Welfare and Complex ContextsLay Professionals?Changes in the Slovenian Welfare StateKey Ideas and Perspectives in PhenomenologyThe Present DilemmaA Brief Excursion into HistoryTransformative Methodology as an Intervention DesignPlaying the Games of the Child Welfare Field: Towards a Bourdieusian InterpretationFrom Welfare Fraud to Welfare as FraudData AnalysisMethodological Perspective and Research QuestionThe Childhood Backgrounds of the Interviewed WomenNotesConflicting Relationships between Generations and the Negotiation of'Contra' Welfare StateWhy Focus on Genealogy?'She's a Migrant, She's Got Children and She's a Single Mother': Welfare Programmes as Sites for the (Re)commodification of MothersSocial Work at Odds with Politics, Values and SciencePrefaceThe Context of the Research InterviewsCommitmentsSocial Theory and the Second ModernityThe Practice of Using Support Persons in the Finnish Child Welfare Field: Towards a Relational AnalysisThe Policy LevelThe Case of Social Pedagogy in Corporatist Welfare ModelsSocietal Change and Social WorkDeveloping a Multilevel Framework for Addressing Complex Frontline Practices in Youth UnemploymentSocial Solidarity as a Political Task – Moral and Structural ResponsesThe Conditions of Social Transformation Invite a Holistic ResponseProblematizing Current Child Welfare Discourses in Ireland: How can Genealogy Help?Social Work, History and ScienceChange and Runaway Objects in Developing Family Mediation PracticesData and Methods of AnalysisLooking to the Past for the Sustainable Social Work of the FutureDiscussionPolitical Social Work: the Finnish Point of ViewDisconnection between Mother and DaughterThe Organizational LevelTeaching MethodsThe Implosion of ModernitySocial Work and (Re)commodification: Theoretical and HistoricalPhenomenology and Social WorkActive Mothers and Daughters under PressureSocially Robust Knowledge Processes of Local and Global Interest in Social WorkTuning the Theoretical PerspectivesResearch to Support Some ArgumentsTransformation of Child Welfare Discourses and Practices in Finland – Possibilities for Genealogical Analysis'Getting Back to the Things Themselves':The Mothers as Objects of Caring and UnderstandingGoals and Accomplishments: Dilemmas of VolunteeringThe Classical Sociological Thinkers and the First Modernity
 
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