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Course Large family in the aspect of charity

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Year: 2016 | Pages: 44

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1. 1. The concept of a large family, categories of large families

1. 2. Problems of a large family: social aspects

1. 3. Large family: economic aspects

1.4. A large family as an object of charitable assistance


2.1. Legislative framework of charitable activities in the Russian Federation

2.2. The Russian experience of charitable assistance to families with children

2.3. Activities of charitable organizations to provide social assistance to large families (on the example of the "Russian Children's Fund", " Red Cross "and the" Our Children " Foundation")



Relevance. In the complex and multifaceted social life today, more than ever, a large family is experiencing special difficulties. It itself, largely without relying on the support of the state, is trying to solve its acute and specific problems. Such a family is a little-studied object for various sciences.

The family was, is and will always be the most important environment for the formation of personality and the main institution of education. The family is the most important factor in the socialization of the child. It largely determines how a person's physical, emotional and social development goes throughout life. The process of socialization is influenced by the type of family. There are several types of family. We decided to focus in more detail on the study of the peculiarities of life of a large family. Recently, the number of such families has been increasing. This category includes families with 3 or more children.

In today's Russia, such words as mercy, humanity, compassion and humanity are regaining their power. These terms and concepts were an integral part of the progressive strata of the population of pre-revolutionary Russia. Due to certain historical events, Russian charity is interrupted. During the development and consolidation of Soviet power (1917-1991), the concept of charity was excluded from everyday use as a relic of the bourgeois system. Instead, a social security system was formed and developed.

The growing interest in the history of patronage and charity suggests that these concepts are now being reinterpreted in the concept of rebuilding society and replacing some social attitudes with others.

It is pleasant to realize that interest in this topic is steadily increasing and the number of publications on the topic of charity is also growing, both on the Internet and in the regular press and mass media. Thus, in Russia, the number of charitable organizations and voluntary initiative groups increases annually.

The main activities of regional charitable organizations are focused on providing assistance to children left without parental care, children with disabilities, and those with serious illnesses. Large families are left without proper attention.

Charitable organizations provide targeted clothing and food assistance to large families, single mothers and low-income families with young children who find themselves in a difficult life situation. The charity of such organizations is aimed at strengthening the family. Charitable foundations together with various state structures and public organizations are the organizer and participant of a number of events.

The purpose of our research Social support for mothers with many children is considered.

The subject our work is a phenomenon of charity.

Object - charitable assistance to large families.

The theoretical significance the work consists in the fact that it reveals the essence of the concept of charity.

Practical significance research is that data can be used in the development of social policy in support of large families in the region and throughout the Russian Federation, as well as in teaching courses in social work and social policy population.

The structure of the work. The work consists of an introduction, two chapters, a conclusion and a list of references.

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