Research activities School of Social Work
The latest publications and projects from the School of Social Work.
Wegel, Melanie; Fink, Daniel,
Nouvelle Revue de Criminologie et de Politique Pénal.
Sozial : Magazin der ZHAW Soziale Arbeit.
Available from: https://doi.org/10.21256/zhaw-21099
ISA-Jahrbuch zur Sozialen Arbeit 2020.
Nef, Susanne; Jakob, Rebekka; et al.,
Verletzlichkeit und Wohlbefinden von Kindern
›Childhood Vulnerability and Children's Understandings of Well-being‹ is a research project that involves a qualitative investigation into how children conceptualise and experience well-being and vulnerability. The study aims to interrogate from children's perspectives the meanings of well-being and examines how ...
Crisis Management of the Covid 19 Epidemic in coercive contexts
The Covic19 pandemic is currently being handled by prevention measures, which are primarily characterised by contact arrangements in public spaces and exit restrictions. The question arises how prevention measures are organised in coercive contexts, namely the judicial system. In order to investigate this ...
Juvenile delinquency and cybermobbing in Switzerland
After years of declining juvenile delinquency registered by the police in Switzerland, it seems that there has recently been an increase again. Evidence of this can also be found in surveys on self-reported delinquency. However, such dark field studies are contradictory with regard to the development of juvenile ...
Sustainability? Who cares?
Digital transformation and everyday life in families during the corona pandemic: Impact on well-being of ZHAW employees and their children
The coronavirus has accelerated the digital transformation at the ZHAW: Main buildings have been closed, in return home offices have opened from dawn till dusk. We are interested in how ZHAW employees and their children live and experience these changes. We are particularly interested in the children's perspective: ...