Social Exclusion and the Way Out reviews the ole of stress and the processes of development and ageing, with working models and r4ferences, within a unique theoretical framework. this volume also helps to develop strategies by which individual problems can be identified and monitored within the structure of community development.
Dr Adrian Bonner offers the reader an in–depth approach to this subject by focusing discussion and research into three sections; Individual Functioning and Social Exclusion, Health and Illness in Social Groups, and Individuals and Communities, each providing:
- An interdisciplinary approach to social exclusion
- A contemporary view of the bio–psychosocial model of addictive behaviour
- A review of key developmental factors leading to later life psychopathologies
- Examples of ′best practice in the delivery of social and health care
- A theoretical and practical perspective of Models of Care (Department of Health, 2002), Supporting People and Community Care legislation (UK Government).
- This vital resource is indispensable to a range of professionals across education, health, social and criminal justice sectors, or any researcher wishing to explore the concepts of meaning and belonging.
About This Book.
PART I: INDIVIDUAL FUNCTIONING AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION.
Chapter 1 Exclusion from Society.
Chapter 2 Individual Functioning.
Chapter 3 Life–Cycle Perspectives on Social Exclusion.
PART II: HEALTH AND ILLNESS IN SOCIAL GROUPS.
Chapter 4 Physical Health.
Chapter 5 Stress and Socially Excluded Groups.
Chapter 6 Mental Illness.
Chapter 7 The Neurobiological Basis of Maladaptive Behaviours.
Chapter 8 Alcohol and Drug Problems.
Chapter 9 Nutrition in Vulnerable Groups.
PART III: ADDRESSING SOCIAL EXCULSION: THE WAY OUT?
Chapter 10 Needs Assessment of Social Excluded Populations.
Chapter 11 Interventions: Changing Behaviour.
Chapter 12 Interventions: Supporting Vulnerable People.
Chapter 13 Health and Social Care in the Community.
Chapter 14 Social Exclusion: Is There a Way Out?
Appendix A International Statistics of The Salvation Army (SA) (with Permission from the Salvation Army Year Book, 2006).
Appendix B Summary of Assessments for Socially Excluded Population.