AbstractsSocial Sciences

Residential child care institutions in Kerala: special reference to their organizational characteristics; -

by V J Kochuthresia

Institution: INFLIBNET
Department: Social Sciences
Year: 2014
Keywords: Social Sciences
Record ID: 1183484
Full text PDF: http://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/handle/10603/22374


Residential care programmes had been widely recognized as an newlineintegral part of child welfare programmes in order to help newlineorphans and destitute children Commonly known as Orphanages newlineor Children s Homes the residential institutions are expected newlineto provide substitute care for children whose parents are unable newlineto discharge their parental roles due to certain circumstances newlineThus having assumed the role of substitute homes Chlldren s newlineHomes are supposed to be functioning as people changing service newlineorgani zatlons and are expected to carry out the task of car 1 ng newlineand socializing their residents Based on this assumption an newlineeffort has been made through this research work to analyse the newlinecharacteristics of Residential Child Caiis Institutions RCCls newlinein Kerala within the theoretical premises of human service newlineI newlineorganizations The study intends to examine and descr ibe the newlinefollowing factors%%%Appendix p. i - xxxiv References p.xxxvi - l Bibliography p li - lvii