Paths to the Person
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Part I HUMANISTIC OBJECTIVES IN HEALTH PROMOTION Chapter I. EFFECTIVE RESISTANCE RESOURCES (Iwona Niewiadomska) 1. Psychological Stress: a Common Risk Factor in Behaviour Disorders 2. Resources: Factors Forming one’s Subjective Resilience to Stress 3. Subjective Principles of Using One’s Resources 4. The Aim of Pro-Health Activities: Increasing One’s Resistance Resources Chapter II. COMPETENT LIFE MANAGEMENT (Iwona Niewiadomska) 1. The Essence of Life Management 2. Intentional Behaviours as Infl uenced by the Comprehension of Occurring Events 3. Life Management as Infl uenced by Manageability 4. Undertaking Life Activities as Infl uenced by Meaningfulness 5. The Regulatory Function of Coherence of Experiences (the Sense of Coherence) Chapter III. AFFIRMATION OF EXISTENCE (Joanna Chwaszcz) 1. The Vocation of the Human Being to Love Life 2. Formation of a Positive Attitude towards Life 3. Factors Threatening the Affi rmation of Existence Conclusion Chapter IV. UNEASINESS OF CONSCIENCE (Bożena Gulla) 1. The Conscience in Social Studies 2. The Functioning of the Conscience 3. The Regulative Function of the Conscience 4. Dysfunctionality of the Conscience 5. Shaping and Perfecting One’s Conscience Chapter V. READINESS IN UNDERTAKING THE EFFORT OF DEVELOPMENT (Jerzy Pałucki) 1. Maturation to Wisdom 2. Maturation to Suffering 3. Maturation to Death Chapter VI. ACCEPTING THE FORTUNES OF LIFE (Leon Szot) 1. Dignified Acceptance of Suffering 2. Dignified Dying 3. A Dignified Way of Experiencing Mourning Chapter VII. MATURE RELIGIOUSNESS (Marek Jarosz) 1. Religiousness as a Factor in the Prevention of Deviant Behaviour 2. The Universality of Religious Experience 3. Attempts at “Artifi cially” Inducing Religious Experiences 4. Forms of Socially-Based Teaching of Religious Behaviours 5. Protective Functions of Religiousness Part II THE NORMS UNDERLYING SOCIAL PREVENTION CAPITAL Chapter VIII. A PERSONALISTIC VISION OF HEALTH PROMOTION (Mirosław Kalinowski) 1. The Essence of the Inter-human Community 2. The Personalistic Character of a Community 3. Functions of a Society in Relation to a Person Chapter IX. THE PRINCIPLE OF THE COMMON GOOD (Mirosław Kalinowski) 1. The Essence of Bonum Commune 2. The Regulatory Functions of Bonum Commune in Community Life 3. The Meaning of Regulations of the Common Good in Promoting Health Conclusion Chapter X. THE PRINCIPLE OF SUBSIDIARITY (Mirosław Kalinowski) 1. The Essence of Subsidiarity 2. Regulatory Functions of Subsidiarity in Community Life 3. The Significance of the Rule of Subsidiarity in Health Promotion Chapter XI. THE PRINCIPLE OF JUSTICE (Mirosław Kalinowski) 1. The Essence of Social Justice 2. The Regulatory Functions of Justice in Community Life 3. The Signifi cance of the Principle of Justice in Promoting Prevention Chapter XII. THE PRINCIPLE OF CHARITY (Mirosław Kalinowski) 1. The Essence of Social Charity 2. The Regulatory Functions of Social Charity in Community Life 3. The Signifi cance of the Social Charity Principle in Health Promotion Chapter XIII. THE MISSIONARY ASPECT OF HEALTH CARE PROMOTION (Bohumir Živcak) 1. God’s Health Care in History 2. The Debate about the Basic Functions of the Church in Pastoral Theology 3. Ministry to the Sick as an Integral Part of the Third Basic Function of the Church 4. The History of Development of the Prayer for Healing in the Church 5. Practical Issues of Prayer For Healing and the Instruction on Prayers for Healing Part III COMMUNITIES FULLFILLING THE PERSONALISTIC ASPECT OF HEALTH PROMOTION Chapter XIV. HEALTHY PUBLIC POLICY (Mirosław Kalinowski, Iwona Niewiadomska) 1. Characteristics of Macro- and Micro-Social Health Promotion Systems 2. An Example of Integrated Health Promotion Activities: Poland’s Nationwide Network of Addiction-Free Colleges (OSUWU) 3. The Signifi cance of Social Capital in Health Promotion Chapter XV. FAMILY (Iwona Niewiadomska, Joanna Chwaszcz) 1. The Dynamics of the Family System 2. Diffi cult Situations as a Potential Development Factor for the Family and Its Members 3. Solving Diffi cult Situations as a Family Chapter XVI. THE CHURCH (Janusz Burzawa) 1. Spiritual Assistance 2. Initiation of Religious Communities 3. Pastoral Counselling 4. Pastoral Crisis Intervention Chapter XVII. SCHOOL (Iwona Niewiadomska) 1. The Assessment of Students’ Prevention Needs 2. The Theoretical Basis of the Implemented Prevention Strategies 3. The Goals and Tasks of School Prevention 4. Adjustment of the Programme to the Implementation Capacity of Schools Chapter XVIII. PEER GROUPS (Iwona Niewiadomska) 1. Informal Peer Groups as a Risk Factor for Deviant Behaviours 2. Peer Health Promotion Programmes 3. Peer Health Promotion: Practical Application Chapter XIX. THE WORKING ENVIRONMENT (Weronika Augustynowicz) 1. The Personalistic Dimension of Work 2. The Working Environment as the Setting of Human Development 3. Mobbing as a Form of Dehumanisation at Work 4. Mobbing Prevention Chapter XX. SOCIAL NETWORKING WEBSITES (Małgorzata Wysocka-Pleczyk) 1. Specifi c Character of the Functioning of Social Networking Websites 2. Characteristics of Social Support 3. Social Networking Websites as Sources of Support 4. Some Threats to Interpersonal Contacts in the Internet Chapter XXI. SELF-HELP GROUPS (Iwona Niewiadomska) 1. The Fundamental Nature of Self-Help 2. The AA Twelve-Step Programme’s Method of Functioning 3. The Role of a Mutual Aid Group in an Individual’s Recovery Process Notes on the Editors Appendix
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