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Assistants de Service Social et travail en réseau

Abstract : The 2004 reform of the national diploma (DEASS) insists on the necessity of a joined work in many ways from skills to reference activities, training and graduating. Such an evolution acknowledges the fact that social work is a multi-faced job with at least two essential aspects: the setting of a process for the profession and the training of social workers.Therefore, working within a network becomes a professional skill. The many definitions of the word “network” calls in many ways into question the social workers’ perception of working within a network job: defining its role, its appropriateness, and the way they perceive the other actors.This dissertation aims at focusing on the social representations of social workers concerning the link between network and the specificity of their job and then insist on the impact of the 2004 reform on the professional identity.
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Thierry Tourte. Assistants de Service Social et travail en réseau. Environnement et Société. Conservatoire national des arts et metiers - CNAM, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014CNAM0920⟩. ⟨tel-02185967⟩



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