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London : Routledge, 2014
xviii, 261 stran : ilustrace ; 24 cm

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ISBN 978-0-415-65841-6 (vázáno)
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CONTENTS // List of illustrations v™ // List of contributors x // Preface // Acknowledgements xvl // List of abbreviations xvk // 1 Introduction  // Anne Karin Larsen, Vishanthie Sewpaul and Grete Oline Hole // PART 1 // Participation, ethics and co-construction of knowledge in community work 17 // 2 The ethics of participation in community work practice 19 // Richard Hugman and Linda Bartolomei // 3 Community knowledge and practices after the postmodern 30 // epistemic framework: towards a second modernity // Andrés Arias Astray, David Alonso and Andoni Alonso // 4 The co-construction of knowledge: reflection on experiences 41 // of developing an online international community work course // Grete Oline Hole, Janet Harris and Anne Karin Larsen // vi Contents // PART 2 // Participatory learning and action research 55 // 5 Participatory learning and action (PLA) techniques for 57 // community work // Vivienne Bozalek // 6 Mobilizing community strengths and assets: participatory 72 // experiences of community members in a garden project // Tanusha Remiga // 7 Participatory learning of community work in an 88 // e-learning course // Anne Karin Larsen and Grete Oline Hole // PARTS // Power and participation in community work 105 // 8 Power and participation in community work research 107 // and practice // Vishanthie Sewpaul, Ingrid 0sthus and Christopher Mhone // 9 How do we make room for all? The power of context in 120 // shaping action // Bliss Browne and Caroline B. Adelman
// 10 Community work within the Norwegian welfare state: barriers 133 and possibilities for work with particularly vulnerable groups // Gunn Strand Hutchinson // 11 Community work as part of neighbourhood renewal: 145 // a case study // Kjell Henriksbo and Anne Line Crimen // 12 Partnership and participation: art in community work 159 // Rina Visser-Rotgans and Eduardo Marques // Contents vii // PART 4 // Addressing new global challenges 173 // 13 (Re)imagining communities in the context of climate change: 175 // a saving grace or the evasion of state responsibilities // during (hu) man-made disasters? // Lena Dominelli // 14 Pacific heritage specific conceptual frameworks and family 188 // violence preventive training in Aotearoa New Zealand // Vaiolesi Passells // 15 Social action for community work in India: grassroots 204 // interventions to face global challenges // Sanaya Singh and Prabha Tirmare // 16 Community work and the challenges of neoliberalism and new 217 managerialism: resistance, the Occupy Movement and the // Arab Spring Vishanthie Sewpaul // 17 Community development: towards an integrated 230 // emancipatory framework // Vishanthie Sewpaul and Anne Karin Larsen // Index // 247

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