Courses in English

  1. You are here:
  2. Start
  3. Department of Social Work
  4. Education
  5. Courses in English
  6. The Swedish model: Challenges for Social Work with Social Exclusion

The Swedish model: Challenges for Social Work with Social Exclusion

Syllabus for bachelor level

Syllabus for advanced level

Course literature

Attached files
  • SUE121 och SU8255 Course literature H17

    The Swedish Model: Challenges for Social Work with Social Exclusion, 15 hp Bachelor and Advanced levels

    Delkurs 1: Den svenska modellen, 5 hp
    The Swedish Model

    Healy, K. (2009). A case of mistaken identity: The social welfare professions and New Public Management. Journal of Sociology, Volume 45(4),(401-418).

    Kvist J, Fritzell J, Hvinden B, Kangas O (2011). Changing social equality. The Nordic welfare model in the 21st century. The Policy Press 

    Korpi W, O`Connor J, Olsson G (1998). Power resources theory and the welfare state: a critical approach. University of Toronto Press. (selected parts) 

    Lundberg, U. & Åmark, K. (2001). Social Rights and Social Security: The Swedish Welfare State, 1900-2000. Scandinavian Journal of History, 26:3 (157-176).

    Minas, R. & Överbye, E. (2010). The Territorial Organization of European Social Assistance Schemes, in Kazepov, Y.(ed.) Rescaling of Social Welfare Policies. A Comparative Study on the Path Towards Multilevel Governance in Europe. London: Ashgate (g
    book) (31-67).

    Pierson Christopher (2006). Beyond the welfare state? The new political economy of welfare. Policy Press. Third Edition 

    Olsson S E (2014). Social policy, welfare state, and civil society in Sweden. Vol. 1, History, policies, and institutions 1884-1988 / Sven E. O. Hort. Lund : Arkiv Academic Press, 

    Tillkommer: Vetenskapliga artiklar samt rapporter enligt lärarens anvisningar 


    Delkurs 2: Social exkludering, 5 hp
    Social Exclusion 

    Daly, M &Silver, H (2008) Social exclusion and Social Capital: A Comparison and Critique. Theory and Society, Vol 37, No. 6 (31 sidor)

    Delgado M. & Delgado-Humm D (2013) Asset Assessments and Community Social Work Practice. Oxford Scholarship Online (12 sidor)

    Lundberg, U. & Åmark, K. (2001). Social Rights and Social Security: The Swedish Welfare State, 1900-2000. Scandinavian Journal of History 26(3): 157-176.

    Minas, R. & Överbye, E. (2010). The territorial organization of European social assistance schemes. In Kazepov (ed.) Rescaling of Social Welfare Policies. A Comparative Study on the Path Towards Multi-Level Governance in Europe. London: Ashgate. pp.31-67.

    Pierson J (2009) Tackling Social Exlusion. 2nd edition. London and New York: Routledge (225 sidor)

    Thompson N (2017) Social problems and Social Justice. Palgrave (250 sidor)

    Wacquant L (2008) Urban Outcasts. A Comparative Sociology of Advanced Marginality. Cambridge: Polity Press (valda delar)

    Tillkommer: Aktuella vetenskapliga artiklar samt rapporter enligt lärares anvisningar


    Delkurs 3: Juridik i socialt arbete, 5 hp
    Law and Social Work

    Rhona K. M. Smith, Textbook on International Human Rights, Oxford University Press, 6th edition, 2013, pp. 448.

    Ife, J (2012). Human Rights and Social Work. Towards Rights-Based Practice. Cambridge university press; Port Melbourne, 2012, pp. 366.

    Tillkommer: Vetenskapliga artiklar samt rapporter enligt lärarens anvisningar

     

    Fastställd 17 maj 2017 av institutionsstyrelsen vid institutionen för socialt arbete - Socialhögskolan - vid Stockholms universitet.

    Bookmark and share Tell a friend
Bookmark and share Tell a friend

Contacts

Student affairs office

Visiting and telephone hours
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
9.00 - 11.00, 13.00 - 15.00,
Friday 9.00 - 11.00
Wednesday, CLOSED
Level 4. E-mail: studentexpedition@socarb.su.se
Phone: +46 8 16 28 94

Study career advisors
Jane Barkström and Annika Jemteborn
Telephone: Mon, Tues, Thurs 9.30-11.00
Visiting: Mon, Tues, Thurs 11.00-12.00
Room 444, level 4
Telephone: +46-8-16 23 25
E-mail: studievagledare@socarb.su.se

Exchange Coordinator
Ewa Marklund