Working with young people a social pedagogy perspective from Europe and Latin America

Working with Young People offers a new outlook on social, cultural, and educational work with young people. It utlizes the perspective of social pedagogy-a theoretical and practical perspective that has been developing in continental Europe over the last 150 years-in placing young people at the cent...

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Other Authors: Úcar, Xavier (Editor), Soler-Masó, Pere (Editor), Planas-Lladó, Anna (Editor)
Language:English
Series:Social justice and youth community practice series.
Oxford scholarship online.
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Online Access:Link to e-book
Summary:Working with Young People offers a new outlook on social, cultural, and educational work with young people. It utlizes the perspective of social pedagogy-a theoretical and practical perspective that has been developing in continental Europe over the last 150 years-in placing young people at the center of socio-educational work and giving value to their decisions and actions. The text supports youths' process of personal construction within the framework of the community in which they live. The book is organized into three large blocks of chapters. The introduction aims to prepare readers for the social pedagogy approach to work with young people. It briefly outlines its current situation in the world and, relate it to the main professions in which it is embodied in different socio-cultural contexts: social pedagogy, social education, and social work.
Physical Description:1 online resource (240 pages).
Audience:Specialized.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 2020.
ISBN:9780190937799 (ebook)