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少年福利與權利 (Welfare and Rights of Youth), National Taiwan University

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課程介紹                  世上有許多事可以等待                    但孩子是不能等的                  他的骨在長,他的血在生                    他的意識在形成                我們對他的一切不能答以「明天」                    他的名字是「今天」                 -智利詩人Gabriela Mistral    少年是我們國家未來的「希望」,如何提供他們一個健全發展的環境是各國致力的目標。本課程旨在探討當今少年的基本福利與權利,以及其所面臨的各種問題與挑戰,並討論影響少年問題產生之相關因素,以及社會工作領域在處理少年問題時所採用的對策。此外,也將探討相關少年福利政策的意義與對社工實務的影響,並將強調以社會工作的觀點來深入討論上述各項與少年有關的議題或問題、影響問題形成的因素以及預防和輔導少年問題相關對策。 (課程涵蓋國內外相關論述) 因響應聯合國人權倡議課程計畫,特別將此門課的影片字幕更新為有英文字幕可以供學習者選擇,歡迎外國朋友一同來學習,不過英文學習部分,目前現階段計畫僅影片有英文字幕,其他學習資源、素材的語言更新,有待後續完整化。 另外在作業方面也新增了相關方案執行的範例提供大家參閱,也鼓勵同學在學習之餘,除了有擬定計畫的能力之外,也可以嘗試執行,進而對此領域有不同貢獻。 本課程之課程目標: 1) 對於少年之福利、權利議題有正確的認識。 2) 建立對少年族群正確的觀念,破除相關迷思與刻板印象。 3) 具備社會工作基礎專業知識來同理並協助處遇少年福利相關議題。 4) 能夠發揮社會正義的精神來倡導少年權利維護之相關議題。 本課程之授課形式:  本堂課將以演講影片為主,其中也包含實務工作者經驗分享與個案分析等,並穿插選擇題項的問題討論,帶動同學能將課堂知識與生活經驗連結、反思。此外,同學也必須完成線上討論與作業繳交,以及至少需觀看其他兩位同學的作業並給予評論。 本課程之修課背景要求:  修習本課程的同學,不需專業基礎,只要具備基本中文、英文閱讀能力,並對少年福利、權利及社會工作方法有興趣即可。 About the course (Course Introduction) “Many things we need can wait. The child cannot. Now is the time his bones are formed, his mind developed. To him we cannot say tomorrow, his name is today.” --Gabriela Mistral Youth are “hope” of our country’s future, to provide them with a proper environment for development is a goal pursuited by every country out there. This course aims to explore the basics of youth welfare and right as well as the various problems and challenges to be overcome. We will also discusses factors that affect the emerging youth problems and how social workers deal with such situation. In addition, we will also explore the significance of youth welfare policy and its impact on the social work practices. We’ll expand upon and discuss factors that affect the problems as well as prevention and consultation from social work perspective. The course will cover perspective from around the world. In response to the SDG (Sustainable development goals) initiative project, this course is updated with English subtitle. Foreign students are welcomed to join us. However, the course now only features partial translation. Various resources will be updated with English translation in the future. Moreover, we’ve also added examples of program implementation to our homework. Students are encouraged to participate in related projects extend learning beyond the scope of this course. The objectives of the course are: 1) To have proper understanding of obstacles faced when implementing youth welfare and rights. 2) To establish the correct concept of youth group, and dispel related myths and stereotypes. 3) To have the basic knowledge of social work to empathize and assist in dealing with issues related to the welfare of youth. 4) To motivate students in protecting youth rights. Course format    This course is consisted of lecture videos, featuring practitioners experience sharing, case analysis, mid-course discussion. Linking students’ personal experience with knowledge provided in this course. In addition, students must also complete the online discussion and upload homework, and at least review and comment on two other students’ homework. Recommended background Students who study this course do not need to have a professional foundation as long as they have basic reading and writing skills and are interested in youth welfare, rights and social work methods....
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5 revisiones

por 蔡士海

Nov 20, 2016

能让人用一种存粹的心境去解读社会对少年权利和福利所应承担的责任和义务,用一种客观的观点去发现社会对少年福利和权利方面的努力是那么的缺乏和短视社会的整体缺失在不久的将来会承受更大的不良后果和影响,就像环境一样,如果只注重短期经济利益,缺乏长期眼光,我们整个社会都会遭到自然和社会规律的报复!我们应该清醒地认识到,所有的发展应该是为了人类的长期发展、整体发展,而不仅仅是经济发展和短期发展!

por 谢辉

May 22, 2016

非常不错的课程,基础的讲解和学习

por 赵海豪

Mar 13, 2016

老師講解清楚,破除了許多我們固有的錯誤認識,對於少年福利與權利的保護很有裨益

por Han Jeng

Dec 29, 2015

賞心悅目,內容充實,專業易懂。

por Chau Chun Kuen

Nov 25, 2015

The marking scheme for essays is filth ! I was not even informed what the passing mark is before I received my grade ,all the instructions for assignments are absurdly unclear! Also the " professor " 's English is terrible.