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Title: Social work in the local environment in the theoretical thought of Helena Radlińska
Authors: Brenk, Mikołaj
Keywords: social welfare
history of social work
social assistance
history of social assistance
local environment
Helena Radlińska
Radlinska Helena
social work in Poland
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Belianum, Univerzita Mateja Bela v Banskej Bystrici
Citation: Socialia 2017. Participácia sociálnych pedagógov a iných pomáhajúcich profesií na prevencii a riešení sociálnopatologických javov u detí, mládeže a dospelých v krajinách V4 - súčasný stav, problémy a priority, 199-204.
Abstract: The subject of this paper is the concept of providing environmental aid included in the work of Helena Orsza Radlińska (1879-1954), creator of the Polish school of social pedagogy, recognized as the greatest classics of this scientific discipline in Poland. Considerations undertaken by her since the first decade of the past century on the subject and tasks of social pedagogy have been based on multidimensional exploration, team research and experiments, and have also benefited from the achievements of social sciences and sciences devoted to humans, such as: medicine or agriculture.
ISBN: 978-80-557-1331-1
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