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Gli assistenti sociali del Comune di Milano: una ricerca quantitativa sulla pratica professionale in tutela minori

digital Gli assistenti sociali del Comune di Milano: una ricerca quantitativa sulla pratica professionale in tutela minori
Articolo
rivista POLITICHE SOCIALI E SERVIZI
fascicolo POLITICHE SOCIALI E SERVIZI - 2013 - 1
titolo Gli assistenti sociali del Comune di Milano: una ricerca quantitativa sulla pratica professionale in tutela minori
autore
editore Vita e Pensiero
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It is increasingly recognized that empirical research which illuminates what social workers actually do when present with children and families in real time has barely begun (Forrester et al., 2008; Hall - Slembrouck, 2009). Research into child protection practice has been predominantly focused on “what have to social workers in child protection” and “how they talk about their cases” (Banks, 2008; Cirillo, 2005; Dalrymple, 2011; Di Blasio, 2005; Horwath, 2012; Raineri, 2013), but few research studies have given attention to analyze what practitioners factually realize to help vulnerable families and children. The article speaks about a project research realized in collaboration with the municipality of Milano. The aim of the study was collect data about social work practices in Child protection, in particular social workers opinions and activities in the work field. The data were collected through a survey created ad hoc and applied to 87 social workers involved in the research. Findings presented in this contribute show relevant information about social workers socio-demographic profile, abilities and competences required, training needs, professional interventions, workload, well-being and burnout perceptions and these could be used to orient practices, education and policies.