The changing nature of socialisation and the impact on children, families and society?


The module will explore areas relating to the following broad themes: • Models of social welfare and society: exploring how these influence definitions of ‘community’ • Family values: how family structures relate to culture, social change and government ideologies, socialization, blame culture and breaking cycles of deprivation. • Social trends and demographics: exploring psychosocial approaches to well-being, gender, aging, social diversity, aging populations, falling birth-rates, social migration, obesity, etc. • Community profiling and developing need assessments – tools to enable local consultation, using area statistics to prioritise need and formalize reflective practices. • Poverty, deprivation and social exclusion: neighbourhoods, social groups, gender, culture, education, employment, public spending and supporting multi-agency working. • The child-parent-practitioner triangle: rights and responsibilities, citizenship, parenting styles, engaging male and female parents and working with diverse groups and children as social agents. • Engaging parents in networks that enable participation in the development of responsive and inclusive services – coordinating partnerships and user-friendly services. • Reflecting on strategies for developing partnership working to maximize positive practice outcomes. Module learning outcomes On successful completion of the module, the student will be able to: 1. Demonstrate a synthesised understanding of the changing nature of social policy and the factors that drive social policy. 2. Critically analyse the impact of social policy on children and families. 3. Demonstrate in depth, critical awareness of the complexities of the family. 4. Analyse effective strategies for working in partnership with parents 5. Reflect on the reality of parent partnership in current work setting

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