Einzelbeitragsforum

Datum u. Ort

06.09.2018 - 15:15 bis 16:45

max. Teilnehmer*innen: 16

Raum: B246

Referent*innen

- Dr. Stefan Eberitzsch
- Wenran Song

Über die Referent*innen:

− Dr. Stefan Eberitzsch, Dozent und Projektleiter an der Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaft ZHAW, Institut für Kindheit, Jugend und Familie
− Mr. Wenran Song, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Social Work, Shanghai University. Univ. Gastwissenschaftler ,Universität zu Köln, Humanwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Department Heilpädagogik und Rehabilitation, Erziehungshilfe und Soziale Arbeit.

Form

Einzelbeitragsforum

Einzelbeitagsforum

Thema

Programmatiken – Neuregulierung – demokratische Beteiligung: Soziale Arbeit politisch

Schlagworte

Digitalisierung | Organisation | Bildung

1. Einzelbeitrag - Eberitzsch
Serious Games in der Sozialen Arbeit: Der Beitrag beschäftigt sich mit der Frage, inwieweit sog. «Serious Games» in Kontexten der Sozialen Arbeit eingesetzt werden. Das Spektrum solcher Spiele reicht mittlerweile recht weit: so werden Games u.a. zur Vermittlung von kulturellen und sozialen Werten, als Bildungsträger, zur Verknüpfung von Bewegung und kognitiven Inhalten, bis hin in Beratungssettings (z.B. zum Erlenen von kooperativer Entscheidungsfindung zwischen Eltern und Kindern) eingesetzt. Die Chancen und Risiken, die sich mit dieser Form von Spielen für die Soziale Arbeit ergeben, aber auch die Auswertung von Spielspass, in Verbindung mit den ambitionierten Inhalten, wird kritisch diskutiert. Der Beitrag bezieht sich insbesondere auf eine Kooperation mit dem Game Design der Zürcher Hochschule der Künste (ZHdK).

2. Einzelbeitrag - Song
Research on Community Autonomy Model in Community Social Work and Community Governance: Since the 21st century, the development of grass-roots communities in Chinese cities has faced more pressing problems. The individual characteristics among residents have become more and more obvious. People are indifferent, communities are isolated. The ecological and social environment in which people live is challenged. In order to bridge this social tearing state and restore and enhance the social integration capabilities at the grassroots level. A community revival movement led by social workers, social work institutions, and grassroots governments is flourishing and is being promoted in the Chinese context, under the Chinese academic context which called --Community Residents Autonomous Movement. We believe that as metropolitan mobility continues to deepen, community autonomy is no longer an essential natural state of community development and daily life practice. It requires flexible policies and institutional design to achieve self-governance and self-management among residents, in order to achieve the goal of "society" production. Through the two years of project tracking, this study examined three “Community Autonomy” projects in the Community Residents Autonomous Movement of Shanghai City in the perspective of technology governance. In this way, the origins, operational logic, functions, and predicaments of “Community Autonomy Model” in the current urban community social work are integrated. The study believes that the “Community Autonomy Model” is an extension and flexible transformation of the Project-Based System in the areas of community development and community social work. It has been an innovation in community social work in community self-organization capacity building under the context of metropolis: First, at the technical level, the Project-Operation will transform residents' autonomy from an abstract state to a manageable and visually quantifiable transaction; it also can promote the coordination of community public resources, and promote the reorganization of the community. Second, on the psychological level of the community, various stakeholders in the community are effectively motivated to participate in the public life and community solidarity is enhanced through the Project-Operation. Third, in order to eliminate the restrictive consequences brought by the Project-Based System, it is necessary to further improve the self-determination system, simplify the project operation process, and establish differentiated autonomy evaluation standards.