The book aims to document the greater effectiveness of a planning and intervention approach which focuses on the relationship between subjects and promotes their activation in the process of identifying and achieving the goals. The awareness of the complexity and riskiness of contemporary living, argued in the first part, reinforce the necessity to multiply the points of view by designing and working in a network, as to reduce the uncertainty of social action. In the second part the volume offers a comprehensive overview of the main instruments used by the relational analysis and planning. As the final words of the book suggest, the adoption of a relational perspective in the observation planning and implementation of social interventions can promote the realization of "good practices" in the strong sense, that is "ethically good", aimed at a “good life” model; practices which are able to regenerate the social bond and the relational structure of society, damaged and eroded by the prevailing individualism.
|Titolo tradotto del contributo||[Autom. eng. transl.] An observation that plans. Tools for the analysis and relational planning of social interventions.|
|Numero di pagine||174|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2008|
- Logical framework
- Relational sociology
- social planning
- social risk