The Differences of Social Work Process in Faith-related and Secular NGOs
Socialinio darbo procesas ir metodai
Giedrė Renevė
Eugenijus Dunajevas
Published 2014-01-01
https://doi.org/10.15388/STEPP.2014.0.3778
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Renevė G., & Dunajevas E. (2014). The Differences of Social Work Process in Faith-related and Secular NGOs. Socialinė Teorija, Empirija, Politika Ir Praktika, 9, 37-49. https://doi.org/10.15388/STEPP.2014.0.3778

Abstract

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Vilnius University
Department of Social Work
Universiteto str. 9/1, Vilnius, 01513
eugenijus.dunajevas@fsf.vu.lt

Summary
We analysed social work process in faith-related and secular NGOs. The objective of the study was to reveal the differences of social work process. We define social work process as an algorithm of actions that is proceeded in order to solve social and personal problems. There are five stages of social work process. At each stage the participants of social work organisation perform certain actions. In order to find out the differences of social work process, the actions were compared in faith-related and secular NGOs. The results of data analysis reveal the significant differences of social work process in secular and faith-related social work NGOs.
Keywords: Social work process, non-governmental organisations, faith-related and secular organisations.

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