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Title: Experiències de menors amb el sistema de protecció a la infància i l'adolescència. Una anàlisi interpretativa des de la mirada de la psicopedagogia sociocomunitària
Author: Masip Garcia, Ramon
Chiva-Bartoll, Oscar  
Abstract: The child and adolescent protection system is implemented in a structural and unidirectional manner, ultimately affecting the minors under guardianship. This work aims to make visible some of these experiences, through an interpretive analysis from the perspective of socio-community psychopedagogy. The qualitative methodology to answer the research question is the phenomenological hermeneutic, through semi-structured interviews. The execution of these has been intentionally organized in the opposite direction to the structural and unidirectional execution of the system. The result of this analysis has been discussed with a theoretical framework based on institutional analysis and trauma therapy studies. In addition, a careful analysis of the socio-emotional impact caused by the system on these minors has also been carried out. This allowed us to detect and assess needs and co-create improvement proposals, which can help guide and advise resources to improve intervention with these minors. In summary, specific functions of psychopedagogy professionals. In relation to this, it should be noted how this logic in the socio-community field can contribute positively, on the one hand, to the growth of professionals, and on the other hand, to the quality of life of the minors under guardianship.
Keywords: socio-community psychopedagogy
protection system
childhood and adolescence
experiences of minors under guardianship
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
Issue Date: Jun-2023
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