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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.

Quest : the evaluation of residential services for people in long term need

Oakes, Peter M. January 2000 (has links)
No description available.

A study of family desertion ...

Eubank, Earle Edward, January 1916 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Chicago, 1916. / "Issued also by the Department of Public Welfare, City of Chicago, 1916." Bibliography: p. [68]-73.

Das gefährdungsdelikt der aussetzung

Hasenberg, Walter. January 1915 (has links)

Child support enforcement in West Virginia

Hendershott, Amy Ellen. January 2000 (has links)
Thesis (M.A.)--West Virginia University, 2000. / Title from document title page. Document formatted into pages; contains v, 61 p. : ill. (some col.) Includes abstract. Includes bibliographical references (p. 50-51).

Das gefährdungsdelikt der aussetzung

Hasenberg, Walter January 1915 (has links)
Thesis, Rostock

The effects of potential child support transfers on Wisconsin AFDC costs, caseloads and recipient well-being

Oellerich, Donald Thomas. January 1900 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1984. / Typescript. Vita. eContent provider-neutral record in process. Description based on print version record. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 196-199).

Säljstöd : En kvalitativ fallstudie gällande samspelet mellan Self-Support, Core-team Support och External Support

Östlin, Carl Niclas, Palmé, Fredrik January 2015 (has links)
Abstrakt   Titel: Säljstöd Nivå: Kandidatuppsats Författare: Fredrik Palmé och Niclas Östlin Handledare: Jens Eklinder Frick och Jonas Molin Datum: 2015 - januari   Syfte: Tidigare forskning har visat att det finns lite eller ingen interaktion mellan säljstödsstrukturerna Self-Support, Core-Team Support och External-Support. Syftet med denna studie är därför att öka vår förståelse kring säljstödsstrukturer och se om det finns ett samspel mellan dem och om de kan kombineras, samt öka förståelsen för de fyra underliggande dimensionernas (workload, complexity, prequalification och customization) påverkan på valet av säljstöd. Metod: Studien är designad som en fallstudie med en kvalitativ ansats och ett hermeneutiskt perspektiv. Den teoretiska referensramen samlades in med hjälp av deduktion och det empiriska materialet samlades in genom semi-konstruerade intervjuer.  Resultat och slutsats: Studien indikerar att det finns ett konstant samspel mellan de tre olika säljstödsstrukturerna. Valet av säljstöd beror  på säljarens upplevelser av de fyra dimensionerna och Self-Support, Core-team support och External-support är ofta kombinerade för att erbjuda det mest lämpliga stödet vid rätt tidpunkt.  Förslag till vidare forskning: Eftersom ett av företagen var under omstrukturering och led av viss personalbrist, finns det möjligtvis en skillnad i appliceringen av säljstöd i ett företag som har lämplig mängd personal. Det vore även intressant att se vilken påverkan kommunikationen i ett mer centraliserat företag hade haft på valet av säljstöd.  Uppsatsen bidrag: Studiens bidrag är den ökade förståelsen kring samspelet mellan olika säljstödsstrukturer. Det måste anses vara svårt att skapa ett ramverk för att bestämma vilket säljstöd som bör tillämpas, då varje säljsituation är unik och kan behöva en kombination av olika säljstöd för att vara tillräcklig.  Nyckelord: Säljstöd, Self-Support, Tvärfunktionella grupper, Externt stöd, Arbetsbörda, Komplexitet, Anpassningsbarhet, Förkvalificering, Säljaktiviteter.

Welfare aspects of desertion : a casework evaluation of the effects of desertion on family life, based on a sample group of cases from public and private agencies

Gerrie, Catherine Lorraine January 1954 (has links)
The present study examines welfare problems of desertion of one parent of either sex, from the standpoint of both public and private welfare agencies. Deserted families come to the attention of welfare societies because of economic need, marital problems, and maladjusted children in their homes. The public agency may provide (a) temporary financial assistance while endeavouring to contact the deserter, and (b) protection services for the children in the home. Generally, the focus of the private agency is on (a) the marital problem and (b) the preservation of the home for the children, as well as (c) the exploration of resources within the community. Frequently, however, permanent plans can not be worked out due to the sporadic periods of desertion, and the family situation continues to deteriorate. This study is based on thirty records of deserted families from the Family Welfare Bureau of Vancouver, and twenty-five public agency records relating to Regina, from the Child Welfare Branch of Saskatchewan. The sample was confined to cases in which temporary or permanent desertion appeared to be the focal problem; and, in all cases studied, there were children in the home. The material used includes the files kept by the agencies on each case. The cases were studied and evaluated from three welfare viewpoints. The contact of the private or public agency on the deserter is vitally important for its influence on the outcome of the home situation; nevertheless, it is difficult to assess it, because the type of recording does not usually lend itself to a detailed analysis of the reaction between the client and the worker. The effects of desertion in the financial area can be evaluated in a more objective manner, from the effects on the family and the methods by which economic assistance were given. The third part of the study examines what happens to children in homes broken by desertion. From the group surveyed, children from twenty-five families were placed temporarily or permanently for periods varying from three months to permanent wardship (twenty-one years in Saskatchewan). The financial cost of the dependency of these children for each family studied would approximate $2400.00 per family. But this does not take into consideration the cost of maintaining the broken families on a public assistance level, nor the costs of lives damaged by desertion. There is evidence that the problems inherent in homes broken by desertion could be helped by (a) education for marriage, (b) better professional guidance from social and legal agencies, and (c) an expanding and more effective, community programme for family groups. / Arts, Faculty of / Social Work, School of / Graduate

An exploration of control in schools : a discourse analysis of secondary school mission statements in the greater Cape Town region

McKinnon, Candice January 1999 (has links)
Bibliography: leaves 87-91. / Given the political changes in South Africa in recent years, an exploration of any particular set of education-related documents, as far as the impossibilities/possibilities they allow for action, is made tempting and promising. This is what the present study takes on; more particularly, a discourse analysis (disciplined reading) of school mission statements. The results in general reveal support for both a traditional and a liberal/progressive orientation to schooling and control, arguably limiting the possibility of realising democracy within the school, and increasing the likelihood of punitive techniques of control. One of the most evident ideals seems to be of providing for the nation's person-power needs, and of ensuring later financial security for the individual. Finally, it was found that at well resourced schools, there is a resistance to transformation and in particular social equality, accompanied by support for a liberal capitalist system. In comparison, at less resourced schools there is less support for a capitalist system, but rather a desire for socioeconomic transformation.

School organisation development as a strategy for developing leadership and management : the case study of Intlanganiso Secondary School

Makhoba, Patricia Nosisana January 1998 (has links)
Bibliography: leaves 85-90. / This study is aimed at examining school developmental processes with regard to leadership and management experienced by Intlanganiso, a secondary school located in the disadvantaged community of Khayelitsha (a township situated approximately thirty kilometres from Cape Town), and the relationship of these processes to the school organisation development approach (OD) used by the Teacher Inservice Project (TIP). It also includes discussing the "findings" of this study in terms of education reforms in South Africa. Participants in the study included the principal, deputy principal, heads of department, educators, learners, parents and people from TIP.

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