|Course code module||1MSOCW-007|
|Study load (hours)||168|
|Language of instruction:||Dutch|
|Semester exam information:||permanent evaluation|
|Contract restriction information:||exam contract not possible|
This course is exclusively offered to students having a professional bachelor. These students are enrolled in the first year of the master program 'social work'.
2. Objectives (expected learning outcomes)
The course is one part of the methodology education on a bachelor level. It teaches students how to deal with the scientific literature in view of the formulation of a scientific problem.
In order to develop a scientific problem students learn how to select in a systematic way relevant literature, how to make distinctions between research literature and normative literature, how to report the findings in an academic language and how to refer to the readings. The course focuses finally also on concept clarification.
3. Course content
The course starts with the review of the scientific literature on 'integrated care'. Students clarify the concept after reading two compulasary texts in a small individual paper. A larger group paper reports the literature review. This first exercise is focussing on the sources and the reference system. The same scheme is followed around a second theme (informal care); this time the literature review focusses on diversity in perspectives.
The assessment of both individual and group papers is a crucial aspect of the course. Each student gets the corrected individual paper and every group gets specific assesment sessions.
The course ends with a final individual exam paper were students are invited to work out a problem formulation dealing with the integration of informal carers in schemes of integrated care.
4. Teaching method
Direct contact: LecturesTutorials
Personal work: Assignments - individualAssignments - in group
5. Assessment method
Written assignment: With oral presentation
6. Compulsory reading – study material
KODNER D.L. & C.SPREEUWENBERG (2002), Integrated care: meaning, logic, applications, and implications - a discussion paper. International Journal of Integrated Care, 14 November: pp 1-10
REED J., G. COOK, S.CHILDS & B. McCORMACK (2005), A literature review to explore integrated care for older people. International Journal of integrated care, 14 January, 1-12
DE KOKER, B. (2005), Het gezin als zorgmilieu: mantelzorg voor een partner, ouder of kind in Tijdschrift voor Welzijnswerk, 29 (268): 25-36
DE BOER, A. (2005), Kijk op informele zorg (SCP - publicatie 2005/15), Den Haag: SCP, 167 p.
HORTULANUS, R. (2004), Het belang van de wet maatschappelijke ondersteuning. Essay in Sociale Interventie, 13, 4: 27-35
GALVIN, R. (2004), Challenging the need for gratitude. Comparisons between paid and unpaid care for disabled people in Journal of Sociology, 40, 2: 137-155
VAN TILT, E. (2004), Hoe zorg-wekkend is de zorg? Over de economisering en de instrumentalisering van het welzijnswerk in Vlaanderen in De Gids op maatschappelijk gebied, 95, 2: 27-36
7. Recommended reading - study material
OLIVIER L., G.BEDARD & J. FERRON (2005), L'Elaboration d'une problématique de recherche. Source, outils et méthode. L'Harmattan. Paris; pp 98
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