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Handbook of Clinical Sociology

John G Bruhn Howard M Rebach

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  • 410 sidor
  • 1991
This book is a most welcome addition to the growing literature on sociological practice. There isa wealthofwisdomandexperience reflected in thesechaptersas well as a wide variety ofexamples of sociology in action. Clinical sociology, in its broadest sense, is the application of a sociological perspectivetofacilitatechange. Itspractitionersareprimarilychangeagentsrather than scholars or researchers, and work with a client, be that an individual, family, group, organization, or community. The reappearance and growthofclinical sociology during the past decade is therealizationofavisionofmine,borninthe 1960sand 1970soutofmyangerand frustration-first as a graduate studentand then as a professor-thatsociologists, unlike their psychological brethren, did not practice what they preached. Persons trainedinotherdisciplineswere practicingclinicalsociology,and those fewsociolo- gists who did kept it a secret. The ClinicalSociologyAssociation, which I cofounded in 1978, had itsbegin- nings at a roundtable I led at the American Sociological Association meetings in New York in 1976. I hadjust concluded four years as the only sociologist on the facultyoftheCaliforniaSchoolofProfessionalPsychologyinLosAngelesteaching graduateclinicalpsychologystudentshowtodosociology. Isawsociologygivingup by default a role in change efforts that necessitate the consideration of social systems.Socialworkers, psychologists,politicalscientists,gerontologists,criminolo- gists, marriage and family counselors, to name a few, have eagerly gone where we had failed to tread. Practitioners in these fields, as social systems change agents, have carved a niche, often protecting themselves with licensing laws and other restrictions that make entry by sociologists difficult. Thus we are latecomers in a crowded field.
  • Författare: John G Bruhn, Howard M Rebach
  • Format: Pocket/Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780306435799
  • Språk: Engelska
  • Antal sidor: 410
  • Utgivningsdatum: 1991-01-01
  • Förlag: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers