Vol 2, No 2 (2004)

SW&S

Table of Contents

Articles

Structural Problems in the Development of Social Work in Central Europe under Transformation. The Case of Poland PDF HTML
Jerzy Szmagalski 245-249
An insight into the actual socio-economic situation of Romania PDF HTML
Szabó Béla 250-255
Position, professional expertise and functions of an educator of child care homes in Lithuania PDF HTML
Luidmila Rupsiene 256-269
The Impact of Western Social Workers in Romania - a Fine Line between Empowerment and Disempowerment PDF HTML
Bianca Dümling 270-278
Acerca del trabajo social y la antimodernidad PDF HTML
Norberto Alayón 279-284
Different levels of policy change: A comparison between the public discussion on social security in Sweden and in Finland PDF HTML
Christian Kroll, Helena Blomberg 1-21
Education and Ideologies of the Knowledge Economy: Europe and the Politics of Emulation PDF HTML
Michael Peters 160-172
The Impact of Job Characteristics on Social and Human Service Workers PDF HTML
Terry Cluse-Tolar 173-188
Running Head: Social Work Developments in Lithuania PDF HTML
Marian Swindell 189-198
New Security threats for humanitarian aid workers PDF HTML
Peter Runge 233-236
KIWAKKUKI - Women fight against HIV/AIDS. An encouraging example for social work in Tanzania PDF HTML
Iris Strauch 237-244

Research Notes

Comparative Analyses of Child and Youth Services in Europe PDF HTML
Mike Seckinger 199-206
Youth Work and Schools in ‘Full-day’ education systems: International Comparison of Links between Formal and Non-formal Education PDF HTML
Thomas Coelen 207-214
New Initiative on postgraduate developments in social work in Europe PDF HTML
Darja Zavirsek 215

Debate

Access for All? The promise and problems of universalism. PDF HTML
John Clarke 216-224
A perfect ‘treatment-society’? PDF HTML
Niels Rosendal Jensen 225-232

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