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Social Prevention And The Social Sciences

Author : Günter Albrecht
ISBN : 9783110864328
Genre : Social Science
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Diversion And Informal Social Control

Author : Günter Albrecht
ISBN : 9783110815757
Genre : Social Science
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Soziale Arbeit In Gesellschaft

Author : Bielefelder Arbeitsgruppe 8
ISBN : 9783531909608
Genre : Social Science
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Die Bielefelder Arbeitsgruppe 8 Sozialarbeit/Sozialpädagogik hat in den letzten vier Dekaden deutliche Markierungen in der deutschsprachigen wie der internationalen Debatte um Soziale Arbeit gesetzt. Antriebsmotor dieser Entwicklung war und ist Hans-Uwe Otto. In diesem Band haben sich dessen Ko-Autorinnen und -Autoren aus Anlass seiner Pensionierung erstmals zu einer Gesamtschau dieser 'Bielefelder Forschungsperspektiven' auf die Soziale Arbeit versammelt. Die acht zentralen Forschungs- und Themenfelder, die von der Bielefelder AG oder unter ihrer Beteiligung in den letzten Jahrzehnten bestellt wurden, gliedern den Band. Der gemeinsame Bezugspunkt aller hier versammelten Beiträge ist die Verbindung von Sozialer Arbeit und Gesellschaft: Soziale Arbeit als professionelle Instanz ist nur in ihrem gesellschaftlichen Kontext und damit in explizit gesellschaftspolitischer Positionierung realisierbar.

The Evaluation Of Social Programs

Author : Clark C. Abt
ISBN : UOM:39015011468595
Genre : Social Science
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The varying opinions and viewpoints presented in The Evaluation of Social Programs offer a lively debate over the uses of evaluation research and its practical applications in a multitude of settings -- a debate which has serious and far-reaching implications for social scientists, government policy-makers, and all other 'producers' and 'consumers' of applied social research. `It adds up to a unique insight into the views of the elite of American evaluators and their relation with those who use their services. Although 500 pages long it is never boring, rarely obvious and always realistic. It is worth its high cost to both customers and contractors.' -- Journal of Social Policy, Vol 7 No 2, April 1978

Problem Gambling In Europe

Author : Gerhard Meyer
ISBN : 0387094865
Genre : Psychology
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Problem Gambling in Europe Challenges, Prevention, and Interventions Edited by Gerhard Meyer, University of Bremen, Germany Tobias Hayer, University of Bremen, Germany Mark Griffiths, Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom As a leisure activity, gambling dates back to ancient times. More recently, the surge in avenues for gambling—casinos, sports betting, lotteries, and remote media (e.g.,Internet, mobile phone, interactive television) among them—finds growing numbers of people losing control over their gambling behaviour, usually at great personal and financial expense. Problem Gambling in Europe is the first book to offer a robust international knowledge base compiled by an interdisciplinary panel of researchers in gambling behaviour. Reports from 21 countries throughout Western, Eastern, Northern, and Southern Europe reveal wide variations in types of wagering activities, participation by populations, social and criminal consequences related to pathological gambling, the extent to which governments acknowledge the problem, and efforts to control it (often with the involvement of the gaming industries). For each country, noted experts discuss: Current legislation regulating gambling. Forms of gambling and their addictive potential. Participation rates and demographics. Prevalence of pathological gambling. National policies to address problem gambling. Prevention strategies and treatment methods. Problem Gambling in Europe brings insight and clarity to a widespread and complex phenomenon, and will be of considerable interest to all parties working to reduce their negative effects: social science researchers in addictions, gambling behaviour, and public health; clinical, social, and health psychologists and psychiatrists; treatment practitioners; the gaming industry; regulators; and policy makers.

Ageing And Technology

Author : Emma Domínguez-Rué
ISBN : 9783839429570
Genre : Social Science
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The booming increase of the senior population has become a social phenomenon and a challenge to our societies, and technological advances have undoubtedly contributed to improve the lives of elderly citizens in numerous aspects. In current debates on technology, however, the »human factor« is often largely ignored. The ageing individual is rather seen as a malfunctioning machine whose deficiencies must be diagnosed or as a set of limitations to be overcome by means of technological devices. This volume aims at focusing on the perspective of human beings deriving from the development and use of technology: this change of perspective - taking the human being and not technology first - may help us to become more sensitive to the ambivalences involved in the interaction between humans and technology, as well as to adapt technologies to the people that created the need for its existence, thus contributing to improve the quality of life of senior citizens.

Burnout For Experts

Author : Sabine Bährer-Kohler
ISBN : 9781461443919
Genre : Psychology
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Wherever people are working, there is some type of stress—and where there is stress, there is the risk of burnout. It is widespread, the subject of numerous studies in the U.S. and abroad. It is also costly, both to individuals in the form of sick days, lost wages, and emotional exhaustion, and to the workplace in terms of the bottom line. But as we are now beginning to understand, burnout is also preventable. Burnout for Experts brings multifaceted analysis to a multilayered problem, offering comprehensive discussion of contributing factors, classic and less widely perceived markers of burnout, coping strategies, and treatment methods. International perspectives consider phase models of burnout and differentiate between burnout and related physical and mental health conditions. By focusing on specific job and life variables including workplace culture and gender aspects, contributors give professionals ample means for recognizing burnout as well as its warning signs. Chapters on prevention and intervention detail effective programs that can be implemented at the individual and organizational levels. Included in the coverage: · History of burnout: a phenomenon. · Personal and external factors contributing to burnout. · Depression and burnout · Assessment tools and methods. · The role of communication in burnout prevention. · Active coping and other intervention strategies. Skillfully balancing scholarship and accessibility, Burnout for Experts is a go-to resource for health psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, and organizational, industrial, and clinical psychologists.

Migrants And Markets

Author : Holger Kolb
ISBN : 9789053566848
Genre : Business & Economics
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Over the course of their interaction, economics and migration research have treated each other with mutual indifference. When migration research attempted to overstretch its bounds, economics reduced its analytical scope to those areas that originally seemed to belong to the genuine economic sphere. This volume considers eleven case studies that aim to overcome the artificial barrier between the two disciplines by applying the economic method to migratory phenomena, utilizing economic theories in order to explain migratory patterns, and regarding the structure and development of markets as crucial to the shaping of population stocks and the flow of migrants.

Anti Ageing Medicine

Author : Astrid Stuckelberger
ISBN : 9783728131959
Genre : Aging
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The 21st century technological development is revolutionizing medicine and health care, bringing new hopes to human suffering by offering cures and treatments which were unthinkable a few decades ago. This is where anti-ageing medicine finds its niche. Anti-ageing medicine aims at slowing, arresting, and reversing phenomena associated with ageing by merging biotechnological innovation and engineered solutions. Ideally, by means of the newest medical technology, the "body machinery" should be kept fit and at peak performance all life long. Early detection of age-related dysfunction should thus be "fixed" at any age with interventions such as metabolic fine tuning, enhancement, regeneration, restoration or replacement of "body parts" (i.e. organs, skin, bone or muscle). It covers a vast array of domains: from cell therapy to pharmaceutical interventions, from bio-surgery to aesthetic surgery, from human enhancement to fortified food, from smart housing and robots to toxic-free environments. Anti-ageing medicine holds promises but also significant risks and safety issues which are addressesd in this book. It presents the latest scientific evidence on what works or does not work. It also provides public policy recommendations to ensure the protection of consumers and their rights while encouraging research and development. This book is intended for academics, health professionals, business persons, consumers and policy-makers interested in the latest evidence and ethical issues about anti-ageing medicine.

On Off

Author : Sarah Genner
ISBN : 9783728137999
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Are you constantly online? Or are you offline sometimes? Are you offline if you are not interacting with your connected devices? Or if no data about you is being collected? Do you check Instagram and Twitter during dinner? Do you turn off your smartphone at night? Do you check work emails on vacation? Do you feel you have to disconnect regularly – to relax, to concentrate, or to protect your privacy? Or do you feel more relaxed when constantly connected because your loved ones, a work emergency, or the news are always at your fingertips? Why are some people – even within networked societies – still completely offline given the tremendous opportunities of the Internet? And what does it even mean to be online or offline in the age of hyper-connectivity? In ON/OFF, Sarah Genner assesses the risks and rewards of the anytime-anywhere Internet, focusing on digital divides, social relationships, physical and mental health, and data privacy. She discusses implications for a variety of decision-makers in the world of work, in education, in families, and in politics. The author deconstructs the online/offline dichotomy and suggests the ON/OFF scale as a new theoretical framework for researchers and practitioners.

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