Basic Groupwork by Tom Douglas

By Tom Douglas

Simple Groupwork is a straightforward, functional advisor to the procedures of groupwork. This re-creation has been largely up to date and revised to mirror the alterations that have taken position in society and social behaviour because it used to be first released in 1978, yet in essence it continues to be an obtainable and pleasant textual content for the amateur practitioner.In logical series the booklet follows the development of 1 crew from inception to shut and exposes how teams paintings. simple workforce procedures defined contain: how contributors deliver their own routine responses to events right into a crew how crew constraints increase or restrain crew behaviour and success how a gaggle is plagued by the way it has originated how management and club roles engage. easy Groupwork offers scholars with a legitimate and stable foundation for any form of groupwork, in any context.

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Marriage, Class and Colour in Nineteenth Century Cuba: A by Verena Martinez-Alier

By Verena Martinez-Alier

An research of marriage styles in nineteenth-century Cuba, a society with a wide black inhabitants the vast majority of which used to be held in slavery yet which additionally incorporated massive numbers of freedmen. Dr Martinez-Alier makes use of as her major resource of facts the documents in Havana of administrative and judicial lawsuits of circumstances within which mom and dad adverse a wedding, of circumstances concerning elopement, and of instances of interracial marriage. Dr Martinez-Alier develops a version of the relation among sexual values and social inequality. She considers the significance of the worth of virginity in assisting the hierarchy of Cuban society, in line with ascription instead of success. due to the excessive review of virginity, elopement was once frequently a profitable technique of overcoming parental dissent to an unequal marriage. even if, in circumstances of interracial elopement, the seduced colored lady had little probability of redress via marriage. during this conflict of the sexes and the races, the loose colored men and women performed roles and purchased values which clarify why matrifocality turned attribute of black loose households.

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