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Echipa redacţională urează un călduros Bun venit doamnei profesor Lena Dominelli si domnului profesor Malcolm Payne, două personalităţi recunoscute la nivel internaţional în domeniul asistenţei sociale, care au acceptat ca începând cu nr. 1/2010 să facă parte din Advisory Board al Revistei de Asistenţă Socială.
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Home > Arhiva > 2010 > Numar: 1 > Zece categorii de inconsecvenţe semantice prezente în limbajul asistenţei sociale din spaţiul românesc [Ten Categories of Inconsequentialities from the Romanian Social Work Language]

 Zece categorii de inconsecvenţe semantice prezente în limbajul asistenţei sociale din spaţiul românesc [Ten Categories of Inconsequentialities from the Romanian Social Work Language]

    by:
  • Cosmin Goian (Department of Social Work, Faculty of Sociology and Psychology , The West University of Timişoara, Bv. V. Parvan 4, Timişoara 300223, Timiş, Romania, Phone: 0256592373 or 0744810318, E-mail: cosmin.goian@socio.uvt.ro)


In its diachronic evolution, the language used in social work field, transferred from its archaic forms and spiritual orthodox influence, into a language either exclusive Anglicized, or adapted according to medical or judicial models. Despite the central position that the language inhabit in many social work activities, its meanings had been quite rear explored at international level, much less within Romanian slot. In such a context, interesting and concerning is the existence in the field of a phenomenon with a tendency of Turn Babel type with effects in the evolution social work profession. In this article will be presented an inventory of the 10 (ten) categories of semantic inconsequentially from the social work language as a result of specialist interviewing, of literature reference analysis, legislation, public presentations, translation, and off beneficiary’s perception.


Keywords: social work, language, semantic inconsequentially