Advances in Sociology Research. Volume 28

Jared A. Jaworski (Editor)

Series: Advances in Sociology Research
BISAC: SOC026000

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The opening chapter of Advances in Sociology Research. Volume 28 focuses on the tension that runs throughout the history of humanist philosophy and science from the Renaissance to the present.

A practical guide to the new interprofessional leader is examined in the following chapter. Approaches and techniques are offered for effectively fostering interprofessional teams.

Next, the key modern issues of museum communication, either between a visitor and an object, or between a visitor and a museum professional, are demonstrated.

The authors go on to draw upon a general model of indirect leadership and a summary of two empirical studies. The results indicate that the containing function sensegiving contributes to a favorable organizational result.

The authors also highlight the impact of social media platforms and how they have changed the dynamics of Indian society, particularly focusing on recent protests, online suicides, pornography, hacking and infidelity

The penultimate chapter documents the history of social work in Andalusia through its academic and professional development.

A short overview of the historical phases in the Danish Welfare State development, including historical compromises between workers and farmers, as well as the Keynesian expansion of the Danish welfare states, is provided in the final chapter.
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. The Contradictions of Humanism: Life-Values and the Grounds of Human Diversity
(Jeff Noonan, Professor of Philosophy, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON, Canada)

Chapter 2. Leading Collaborative Interprofessional Teams to Solve Complex Social Problems for Youth and Families
(Catherine S. Kramer, School of Social Welfare, University at Albany – State University of New York, Albany, NY, USA)

Chapter 3. The Museum Communication: Between an Object and a Visitor
(Marina Biryukova, PhD, and Antonina Nikonova, PhD, Department of Museum Work and Protection of Monuments Institute of Philosophy, Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation)

Chapter 4. Mid-Level Leaders’ Containing Ability: A Key to Organizational Effectiveness
(Gerry Larsson, and Anna Karin Berglund, Swedish Defence University, Department of Security, Strategy and Leadership, Karlstad, Sweden, and others)

Chapter 5. Dynamics of Social Change through Social Media
(Gitanjali Kalia, PhD, and Vandana Dutt, PhD, School of Mass Communication, Chitkara University, Punjab, India, and others)

Chapter 6. Social Work Education in Andalusia (Southern Spain): Granada as Case Study
(Amalia Morales-Villena, PhD, and Soledad Vieitez-Cerdeño, PhD, Department of Social Work and Social Services, and Department of Social Anthropology, University of Granada, Andalusia, Spain)

Chapter 7. Denmark: The Third Way?
(Bent Greve, PhD, Professor in Social Science, Department of Society and Business, University of Roskilde, Roskilde, Denmark)

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