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Le territoire comme un outil de transdisciplinarité vers des diagnostics partagés

Abstract : Nowadays, Social Workers (TS) have to realize territorial diagnoses. However, the concept of territory, with its multiple dimensions, does not offer them the possibility of realizing good works. Particulary, they do not have a global look on the reality of their practices and their supports. It is therefore a question of leaning on a definition which allows to include all the dimensions of the territory. The objective is to formulate a way of thinking the territory so that social workers identify all the constraints and amenities in relation to individual situations or projects. It involves adopting an interdisciplinary positioning to reveal the complexity of the reality which determinates the common job of social workers. This is what we want to propose, around a systemic approach applied to territorial diagnosis, to have a common understanding of territory, between the different business of social work for a best approach in relation to individuals, groups and families (IGF).
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Alexandre Moine. Le territoire comme un outil de transdisciplinarité vers des diagnostics partagés. CIST2014 - Fronts et frontières des sciences du territoire, Collège international des sciences du territoire (CIST), Mar 2014, Paris, France. pp.284-290. ⟨hal-01353474⟩



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