JOURNAL ISSUE 10

2004/2005

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editorial

10.1 Developing Neighborhood and Community Support System

Mark Lawrence, Ph.D.

Department of Geography & Political Science

Bemidji State University

1500 Birchmont Drive N.E.

Bemidji, MN 56601 U.S.A.


Eddie Mwanzia,

Executive Director

Foundation Agency for Rural Development

P.O. Box 400, Kibwezi, Kenya

 

10.2 Community A theoretical approach to a big issue

Leonie Wagner, Prof. Dr.

Department of Social Work and Health

HAWK - University of Applied Sciences Hildesheim/Holzminden/Göttingen

Haarmannplatz 3,

37603 Holzminden, Germany

 

10.3 Restorative Justice: The current use of Family Group Conferencing in the British Youth Justice System

Darrell James Fox

M.A International Social Work and Community Development Studies

B.A International Social Work Studies

De Montfort University

Community and Criminal Justice course

Leicester, United Kingdom

 

10.4 Social Insecurity and Social Exclusion: Old and new challenges for
Social Work

Juha Hämäläinen, PhD (SocSc), Lic Education, Professor
University of Kuopio
Department of Social Work and Social Pedagogy
Finland
and
Horst Sing, PhD (PolSc), Professor emeritus
University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Germany

 

10.5 Roma people between security and insecurity in Serbia

Miroslav Brkic, PhD

Faculty of Political Sciences

Department of Social Work and Social Policies

University of Belgrade


Andrijana Djuric

Social worker

Department of Social Welfare

President Peoples Office, Belgrade

 

10.6 Social Services System in Poland

Jerzy Krzyszkowski

Institute of Sociology

University of Lodz

Lodz, Poland

 

10.7 Social work and social policy – facing old challenges and new risks and insecurities
An example of Finnish child policy and prevention

Riitta Vornanen, PhD, professor (acting)

Department of Social Work and Social Pedagogy,

University of Kuopio

Kuopio, Finland

 

 

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