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STYÖP3B Social Work in Different Social Contexts 2 ECTS
Periods
Period I Period II Period III Period IV
Language of instruction
English
Type or level of studies
Basic studies
Course unit descriptions in the curriculum
Sosiaalityö/ISSS
School of Social Sciences and Humanities

General description

P3B Social Work in Different Social Contexts, organized, withing the limits of the possibilities to organize teacher exchange, in 2nd independent module.

The course covers 2 ECTS .

Aim: To provide students with basic understanding about different perspectives to social work activity in different social contexts, as well as regarding the relationship between local and global in social work.

Form of Educ. Lecture seminars, readings and assignments given by the teachers.

Target group: Undergraduate students

Language: English

Study materials: Articles delivered in the first session and materials designed by the teachers.

Mode of studying: Active participation in at least 75% of lecture seminars, readings and assignments. 

Completion: Active participation in the lecture seminar and accomplishment of the tasks given. Participation in the introductory lecture is necessary, because the information about the course and tasks will be given by the teacher. Students write a reflective essay (3-4 pages, in English or in Finnish) on their cultural identity.

Course coordin. To be informed later.

Feedback: Written feedback from students in English or in Finnish.

Programme: Informed at the time of enrolment for the course.  

Reading assignments: Informed by the teacher in the beginning of the course.

Social Work in Different Social Contexts, autumn term 2011

 

Some of the lecture rooms were changed 31.10.2011.

 

Mon 24 Oct at 12-14 Main building lecture room A2a.

Introductory lectures, Kaisa-Elina Hotari, University of Tampere

 

Tue 25 Oct at 12-14 Main building lecture room A3. Development and characteristics of social security practices in Siberia (in 1990s XX century-early XXI century). Professor, Doctor of Science in History Grik Nickolay from TUSUR, TOMSK, Russia.

 

Wed 26 Oct at 12-14 Main building lecture room A3.

Social projects activity at TUSUR (Tomsk state university of control systems and radioelectronics): objectives, results, problems. Review of the Project ?Social adaptation support for handicapped students at technical university?. Associate professor, Candidate of Science in History, Zinovyeva Valentina, Associate professor, Candidate of Science in History, Maxim Bersenev., Visitors from TUSUR, TOMSK, Russia.

 

Mon 31 Oct at 12-14 Main building lecture room A32
Tue 1 Nov at 12-14 Main building lecture room C6
Wed 2 Nov at 12-14 Atalpa 140.

Client perspectives in mental health work, prof. Ann Davis, director of CEIMH, University of Birmingham, U.K. This module is included also in the curriculum of psychology and logopedy.

 

Mon 7 Nov at 12 -14 Main building lecture room A2a
Tue 8 Nov at 12-14  Atalpa 140
Wed 9 Nov at 12-14 Pinni lecture room A1078
Social Work in Lithuania. Lecturer from Department of Social Work dr. Raminta Jancaityte from Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania.

Mon 14 Nov at 12-14 Main building lecture room A2a

Tue 15 Nov at 12-14 Atalpa 140

Wed 16 Nov at 12-14 Pinni A1078

1) Social work in India: History and Practice 2) Participatory Action Research as a method of Social work: Water Resource Management initiatives in Kerala, India
3)  Social work through policy based research: Highlighting the politics ofland acquisition by the State and displacement in India, PhD student Chitra K.P,Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India.

 

Mon 21 Nov at 12-14 Main building lecture room A2a

Tue 22 Nov at 12-14 Atalpa 140

Wed 23 Nov at 12-14 Pinni A1078
Primary health and Social support in Mozambique: The role of social worker in promoting indigenous health practices (culture, and knowledge) to provide care and support for people with AIDS, Sónia Nhantumbo-Divage, PhD student, University of Tampere/UEM, Mozambique.

 

Mon 28 Nov at 12-14 main building lecture room A2a

Tue 29 Nov at 12-14 Atalpa 140

Wed 30 Nov at 12-14 Pinni A1078

Environment and Communities in India- Role of the social worker in bridging gaps in policies and practice. PhD student Arpita Das, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India.

 

 

The course program was changed 29.09.2011 because of the cancellation of one lecturer.

 

 

 

 

Enrolment for University Studies

Ilmoittautuminen Netti-Opsussa 20.5.-14.10.2011.

Enrolment time has expired

Teachers

Course coordinator : Kaisa-Elina Hotari, Contact person

Teaching

25-Oct-2011 – 5-Dec-2011
Lectures
Lectures
Introductory lectures
Seminar
Seminar
Independent work
Independent work