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Stefan Cojocaru

University " Al. I. Cuza" , Departament of Sociology and Social Work; Holt Romania Foundation- Iasi Branch, Iasi, Romania

Institution web page: http://www.uaic.ro
Personal web page: http://www.stefancojocaru.ro
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Born: 1968

Interests: Appreciative Methods, Sociology, Qualitative Research, Organizational Development, Intervention Projects, Program Evaluation, Social Work

Details:
(2008) Child protection in Romania after the fall of communism: challenges for development of community social services, Internatinal Journal of Environmental Studies, vol 65, issues 4,pp.515-527.
(2006) The project of intervention in social work. From grants proposal to individualized intervention plans, Iasi, Polirom
(2005) Appreciative Methods in Social Work. Inquary, Supervision and Case Management, Iasi, Polirom
(2004) Design of Grants Proposals, Iasi, Lumen.
(2002) Elaborating the Projects, Iasi, Expert Projects.

ResearcherID: A-2035-2009

Selected publications:
• Cace Sorin, Arpinte, Daniel, Cace, Sorina, Cojocaru, Stefan. THE SOCIAL ECONOMY. AN INTEGRATING APPROACH. Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences, 33E, pp. 49-66, 2011.
• Cojocaru, Daniela, Cojocaru, Stefan, Sandu, Antonio. THE ROLE OF RELIGION IN THE SYSTEM OF SOCIAL AND MEDICAL SERVICES IN POST-COMMUNISM ROMANIA. Journal For the Study of Religions and Ideologies , 10(28), pp. 65-83, 2011.
• Daniel ARPINTE, Sorin CACE, Stefan COJOCARU. Social economy in Romania. Preliminary approach. Revista de cercetare si interventie sociala, 31, pp. 77-85, 2010.
• Stefan Cojocaru. Appreciative supervision in social work. New opportunities for changing the social work practice. Revista de cercetare si interventie sociala, 29, pp. 72-91, 2010.
• Stefan Cojocaru. Evaluarea programelor de asistenta sociala. Polirom, 2010.
• Stefan Cojocaru. Clarifying the theory-based evaluation. Revista de cercetare si interventie sociala, 26, pp. 76-86, 2009.
• Stefan Cojocaru. Child rights based analysis of children without parental care or at risk of losing parental care in Romania. Revista de cercetare si interventie sociala, 24, pp. 41-71, 2009.
• Stefan Cojocaru, Daniela Cojocaru. Managementul de caz in protectia copilului. Evaluarea serviciilor si practicilor din Romania. Polirom, 2008.
• Stefan Cojocaru. Domestic adoption of children currently in the protection system. Revista de cercetare si interventie sociala, 21, pp. 73-78, 2008.
• Stefan Cojocaru. Evaluarea apreciativa - forma a evaluarii formative. Revista de Cercetare si Interventie Sociala, 20, pp. 42-48, 2008.
• Stefan Cojocaru. Child protection in Romania after the fall of communism: challenges for development of community social services. International Journal of Environmental Studies, 65 (4), pp. 515-527, 2008.
• Stefan Cojocaru, Daniela Cojocaru. Managementul de caz in protectia copilului. Evaluarea serviciilor si practicilor din Romania. Polirom, 2008.
• Stefan Cojocaru. Proiectul de interventie in asistenta sociala. De la propunerea de finantare la planurile individualizate de interventie. Polirom, 2006.
• Stefan Cojocaru. Social Projectionism: A Vision For New Ethics In Social Welfare. Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies, 13 Spring, 2006.
• Stefan Cojocaru. The Appreciative perspective in multicultural relations. Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies, 10 Spring, pp. 36-48, 2005.
• Stefan Cojocaru. Metode apreciative in asistenta sociala. Ancheta, supervizarea si mangementul de caz. Polirom, 2005.

Publications from the ISI database, indexed between 2002-2011, produced in Romania:
• Cojocaru, S, The appreciative perspective in multicultural relations. JOURNAL FOR THE STUDY OF RELIGIONS AND IDEOLOGIES, 2 (10), pp. 36-48, 2005.
• Cojocaru, S, Social projectionism: A vision for new ethics in social welfare. JOURNAL FOR THE STUDY OF RELIGIONS AND IDEOLOGIES, (13), pp. 32-38, 2006.
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