Theory and practice
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This introductory text:
It provides the theoretical structure for understanding:
Focusing on practice situations within which social pedagogy can be seen to be effective, it:
Published 2013. 978-1-1905541-89-8. £14.95.
The development of social pedagogy in the UK
Social pedagogy theory
The emergence of social pedagogy theory
Creativity, inclusion and social pedagogy - the CRISP model
Pedagogy and power
Social pedagogy practice
Reflections from European students who have studied in the UK
Social pedagogy, children's services and looked after children
Social pedagogy and youth work
Personalisation, adult social care and social pedagogy
Community and pedagogy
Social pedagogy for the UK
Social pedagogy and the challenge to social work and social care
A UK social pedagogy?
Structural social pedagogy
Guide to further learning
Some important organisations and contact details
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kieron Hatton is Professional Lead Social Work at Portsmouth University. He has extensive experience of developing and delivering programmes in European Social Work, in conjunction with partners in a number of countries including Denmark, Germany, Finland, Norway, France, Spain, Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic. He has a wide range of experience of working in, experiencing and delivering educational programmes in social care and child care; and has worked with local and national agencies to develop training in social pedagogy for staff working with services for young people in the Looked After Care system, and adolescents with mental health problems. Prior to joining the university he worked in the voluntary and community sectors and was closely involved in campaigns against benefits cuts, the promotion of Travellers rights and housing campaigns across south Wales.
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