ISSN 2409-7616

Y. Shimanovskaya, A. Sarychev, T. Gaisaryan

SOLVING THE PROBLEMS OF A MODERN YOUNG FAMILY THROUGH SOCIAL WORK

DOI: http://doi.org/10.15350/24097616.2020.1.30

Yanina V. Shimanovskaya – Candidate of sociological Sciences, docent, Head of chair of social workes of the Russian state social University, Moscow, Russian Federation, SPIN-code: 6994-6579, E-mail: ya1873@yandex.ru

Alexander S. Sarychev – Doctor of medical Sciences, Professor, Professor of hygiene and medical ecology, Northern state medical University, Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation,  SPIN-code: 5539-1073, E-mail: k69069@yandex.ru

 Tatyana S. Gaisaryan – Developer, head of in-house professional Tinkoff Bank Training Center, Moscow, Russian Federation, E-mail: tatyana-gajsaryan@yandex.ru

Abstract. This article reveals the problem of preparing future social workers for the study of social difficulties that arise in a young family, as well as the use of social technologies to solve them in modern conditions of development of Russian society. A wide range of different technologies used by a social worker in working with a young family in order to increase the effectiveness of its potential is presented. One of the main objects of social work is the family. In the process of development, young families experience difficulties that affect the life of each of them. The Concept of state policy in relation to the young family identifies two blocks of the most urgent problems from the point of view of young families: socio-economic and socio-psychological. Problems of material security, housing and employment of young spouses are increasingly singled out among the socio-economic ones. For the most part, the young family is low-income, and many are simply below the poverty line. The family is the most important social institution on which the well-being of both the entire Russian society and the Russian state depends. It is the young family that acts as a guarantor of solving many social problems of the country’s development and national security. Practice shows that the use of a variety of social work technologies with a socio-pedagogical orientation, with young families, future social workers, helps to generally improve the quality of social protection of young spouses and create stability in their families. A certain socio-pedagogical preparation of young people for their future family life can act as a certain guarantor of its well-being for many years.

Keywords: young family, social work, bachelors of social work, the problems of a young family.

 

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For citation:

Shimanovskaya Y.V., Sarychev A.S., Gaisaryan T.S.  Solving the problems of a modern young family through social work. CITISE, 2020, no. 1, pp. 326-335. DOI: http://oi.org/10.5350/2409761.2020.1.30