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Minutes, "Delphine Serre, Les Coulisses de l’État sociale. Survey on reports of children in danger, Paris, Reasons for action, 2009, 317 p.”
Social work and family relations: combined and non-convergent effects of gender and class
Interprofessional collaboration for young nurses with a degree/social assistant: telephone calls to prepare hospital discharge
Introduction: at hospital, patients in need of care at home or in a care facility are organised on an interprofessional basis, in particular by telephone calls between nurses and social assistants. Background: the collaboration of the welfare nurse in preparing for the exit is crossed by tensions th...
Analyse an invisible object: care work
In the current context of budgetary constraints affecting social work, raising the profile of the emotional and interpersonal skills of social assistants (SAs) with a view to social recognition is a central political, economic and methodological challenge. Our method of discovering their invisible s...
Proximity DOveHOStructures versus technical trays in carcinogenicity DOveHOStructures versus technical trays in carcinogenicity: organisational analysis and patient preferences in the context of supportive care
While the issue of home care is presented as a hospital alternative that is both appreciated by the sick and less costly to the community, the question of what, in the organisation of care, may influence people’s choice or acceptance for one or other of the alternatives is not addressed. Assuming th...
Quand le bien-être au travail rencontre la performance : une analyse des représentations sociales d'assistantes sociales sur l'impact de leur activité
War, Occupation and Vichy regime: new perspectives for social work
Social assistants have often been accused of having played the Vichy regime. The purpose of this article is not to revive a controversy which has also affected other professional groups, but to analyse how the conditions created by war, occupation and the establishment of an authoritarian regime com...
Feminine, feminist in Madeleine Delbrêl
by describing the mobilisation of social workers in the context of France in 1941 as ‘feminine and non-feminist’, Madeleine Delbrêl has been holding the language of a Catholic who has been strongly engaged in the world of social work since the 1930s. He has written in the years 1940-1945. He stresse...
Investigating the administration or enigma of administrative work
Of the many ways of studying the administration, a research perspective has emerged for about 20 years: it consists of observing the bureaucrats that are directly exposed to the public. The situations highlighted by this method of exploration are naturally different: interaction on both sides of a d...
Overseas social policy: 1943-1960
this volume is both a history book and a story book: history of the establishment of the colonial social service and its future after independence; stories of those who were pioneers and actors. Thanks to a considerable amount of archive work, Simonne Crapuchet, the coordinating author, retracts a s...
Survey on the ‘dilapidation and prodigality’ survey (1989-1995) by Anne Gotman
The dilapidation and prodigality survey was carried out by Anne Gotman, Director of Emeritus Research of the CNRS (CERLIS, Paris V Descartes) and specialist in urban sociology and housing, as well as sociology of the family and social ties. It was carried out between 1989 — the date of the first for...
The scenes of the social state. Investigation of alerts on children in danger
The scenes of the social state. Survey on reports of children in danger A book by Delphine Serre (Raisons d’action, al. ‘Cours et travaux’, 2009) Based on the analysis of how social workers carry out their task of child protection, by reporting children ‘in danger’ to justice, Delphine Serre wishes...
Association, social workers, doctor: actors at the service of Campa
The work of men such as Père Joseph Wresinski (see photo below) has made it possible to organise the slums and put in place daily facilities and services accessible to residents. This included a kindergarten, a very beautiful chalet, where two gardeners took care of the smallest ones. They offered e...
Workers on site, all visible and recognised?
as a kindergarten assistant, we were obliged to work for the children of priority staff, without protection, masks without recognition. We often speak very well about cascaders, nurses, etc. never as nursery assistants. I have often felt that I have done an unrecognised job now I am sure. We are a b...
The emergence of versatile professionals and social diagnostic technicians
In this intertwined structure between public policies and public service delegation, the 1930s marked the emergence of a new profession: social workers who will find themselves one of the key players, acting as an interface between state administrations and the world of private initiative. Despite t...
Full attention practices and effects of meditation
Full attention practices and effects of meditation at school, college and superior Florent Pasquier. Lecturer, Sorbonne University. Costech, UTC. Raymond BARBRY. Freelance consultant Formator. The democratic and philosophical discussions, often presented in the Cahiers, and the various practices of...
The tasks of social workers in prison reform after 1945
On 29 June 1945 Paul Amor, Director of the Prison Administration since 30 September 1944, issued a circular to all regional directors of his services announcing the creation of a social service in each institution in each prison. That service was to be entrusted to social workers who were civil serv...
Inclusion of people with disabilities in the world of work
Question: Hello, I am in the 1st year of a sociology licence and conducted interviews with social workers using questionnaires; what document references or authors can I consult for the subject: the inclusion of people with disabilities in the world of work? Can these documents be consulted online,...
Seminar “Enfanst Models” 2018-2019 — presentation and programme
From the nineteenth century, children and adolescents receive unprecedented attention. Not only is the physical and emotional investment of families increasing, but they are also becoming more and more professionals — social investigators, teachers, educators, pedagogues, children judges, doctors, s...
From care to agency : the associative commitment of immigrant women from sub-Saharan Africa in the fight against HIV/AIDS in France
The French associative landscape against HIV/AIDS sees at the end of the 1990s the emergence of a set of immigrant organizations, especially led by persons born in sub-Saharan Africa. Heavily affected by the epidemic and long forgotten by the programs to combat the epidemic, immigrant women became a...
Wallonia, Piéron and GFEN
H.Wallon and H.Piéron also contribute to the building of New Education. Henri Piéron provides career guidance. In 1 920 he set up the Institute of Psychology in Sorbonne (established by the Decree of 11 January 1921), the first to issue psychologists’ diplomas, and a few years later, on 14 January 1...
The educational work of childcare assistants and nursery assistants: instructions for and prioritisation of work among young children
On the basis of an ongoing survey of nursery assistants and nursery assistants, we analyse the process of professionalising early childhood professions and its effects on actual work and the relationship with the work of professionals. In this process, the educational dimension of work with children...
Murchidât in Morocco. Between state Islam and feminine Islam
With the emergence of murchidât in Moroccan religious space, it is the unprecedented recognition of women’s religious role as educator in the public sphere. They are presented by the state and relayed by the national press as one of the vectors of a modern and feminist Moroccan Islam. These new pred...
“Sharing the Halo”: Social and Professional Tensions in the Work of World War I Canadian Volunteer Nurses
The experience of some 500 Canadian and Newfoundland women who served overseas as Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD) nurses during the Great War has been eclipsed by the British record. Sent as auxiliary assistants to trained nurses in the military hospitals, Canadian VADs confronted a complex mix of em...
An entry under supervision: social workers and the drafting of an alert on children in danger
The alert on children in danger sent by social workers to justice is not a transparent medium that would give direct access to the categories and standards applied by these professionals. This report is subject to specific rules and is produced in a specific context by authors with differing scriptu...