Technological process of social work

Daiva Alifanovienė

Abstract


The article analyses social technologies as the element of human culture and a certain type of social theories, investigating qualitative and quantitative changes in social environment. This phenomenon is perceived as a certain system of methods and ways, ensuring the successful functioning of a person in social environment.
Social work is presented as one the types of human activities. As any other activity it has its structure, where the functions of every component are significant and gain importance in the relationship with other components. Such harmonically operating structures are treated as relatively independent systems, which are incorporated into a general social system and form the harmonious whole.
Social work in this context is presented as the whole of relatively independent different social technologies, which forms a unanimous system of various methods and ways of impact, used by social workers in different social, seeking a favorable solution of clients' problems.

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"Social Work" ISSN online 2029-2775 / ISSN print 1648-4789