Molli, Chiara (2010) Rispetto e riconoscimento: l'etica dell'autodeterminazione nel servizio sociale: un'analisi delle pratiche professionali. Doctoral Thesis.
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At the centre of the analysis of this thesis is the sense of respect as attitude of open recognition
of the person, either by the side of the social worker toward intervention's beneficiary but also
either by the side of the beneficiary toward operator.
The theoretical background of the concept of respect and recognition, in the meaning used in
thesis, is articulated retracing in particular the main works of Erving Goffman, Amartya Sen
and Richard Sennett. Next, the thesis pass to analyze the importance of the concept of respect in
the vocational training of the social workers, describing the evolution of the profession in
normative and formative terms. Finally, in light of the theoretical variation of respect, until
outlined above, the thesis examines some of the practices implemented by professional social
service, analyzing through focus groups and through depth interviews beneficiaries and
operators committed in a Equal Project.
An important outcome of this thesis is that a careful practice to respect for others can influence,
in particular through the documentation, on design and implementation of social policies. The
sense of respect can be considered as an essential condition for really effective welfare policies,
respectful of person's integrity and able to facilitate the re-inclusion in the citizenship's circuits.
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