JOURNAL ISSUE 7

2003/2004

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editorial

7.1 Community and Neighborhood Support Systems in a Developing Country

Regina Mueller, Switzerland:

NGO Consultant in Nepal and Thailand

E-mail: regina_mueller@hotmail.com

 

7.2 Community Development Process in a Low-Income Country Like Nepal

Regina Mueller, Switzerland:

NGO Consultant in Nepal and Thailand

E-mail: regina_mueller@hotmail.com

 

7.3 Fundrising Guidelines for the NGO-s

Regina Mueller, Switzerland:

NGO Consultant in Nepal and Thailand

E-mail: regina_mueller@hotmail.com

 

7.4 Shaman?

Late Professor David Brandon

Anglia Ruskin University

Cambridge, England-UK

 

7.5 Social Work in the UK - The Professional Debate in Relation to Values and Managerialism

Dr. Brian Littlechild

Associate Head of Department of Community, Health and Social Studies

University of Hertfordshire, England

E-mail: B.Littlechild@herts.ac.uk

 

7.6 Examining Basic and Necessary Skills and Procedures in Social Wok Practice

Dr. Vito Flaker

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Dean of the School of Social Work

E-mail: vito.flaker@Uni-Lj.si

 

7.7 The Tension Between Protection and Participation - General Theory and Consequences as Related to Rights of Children, Including Working Children

Dr. Jim Lurie

Researcher

ALLFORSK NTNU Trondheim

US/Norway

E-mail: jim.lurie@allforsk.ntnu.no

 

7.8 Challenges Within Daily Practice of a German Social Worker in Family Service

Bettina Stroebel

Practicioner

Eichstaett, Germany

E-mail: bettina_stroebel@web.de

 

7.9 Social Workers Identity Between Critical and Rational Understanding

Barbara Jung, Student

Catholic University

Eichstaett, Germany

E-mail: barbarella.jung@web.de

 

 

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