Sociálna a postpenitenciárna starostlivosť o ťažko vychovateľnú mládež na Slovensku v 70. rokoch 20. storočia – ako sa riešil „neexistujúci“ problém?

Title Alternative:Social and post-penitentiary care for difficult youngsters in Slovakia in the 1970s of the 20th century – how was the “non-existent” problem solved?
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Národní pedagogické muzeum a knihovna J. A. Komenského
Technická univerzita v Liberci, Fakulta přírodovědně-humanitní a pedagogická
The Socialist society had a clear idea on an education and on a direction of the development of children as the future generation. Children were expected to become physically and morally developed citizens according to the requirements of the then government in power. Even though the governing political representation promoted the claim that social problems were a capitalist advancement and had no place in the socialist society, the opposite was true. The idea of the perfect society without social problems was only a political bubble, bursting of which, besides other areas, was very quickly manifested also in lives of some children and youth in a form of a delinquency. The contribution aims to describe the activities of social workers and social curators of the national committees in terms of a social and post-penitentiary care for difficult youngsters in Slovakia in the 1970s.
youth with educational difficulties, social care, post-penitentiary care, social worker