FH-Prof. Christoph Stoik, MA Qualified Social Worker Academic Staff email@example.com T: +43 1 606 68 77-3311 F: +43 1 606 68 77-3309 Room: S.4.04 Kelsenstraße 2 1030 WienPersonal WebspaceLectures 2021/22Social Work> Transdisciplinary Studies UE Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreTransdisciplinary Studies UELector: Mag.a Saskia Ehrhardt, MA, FH-Prof. Christoph Stoik, MA1SWS3ECTSLecture contentsThe students give an insight on their various disciplinary approaches. The basics of interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary work are taught. Students are encouraged to formulate and set individual learning goals with a focus on Clinical or Social Spatial Social Work.Assessment methodsContinuous assessmentTeaching methodsLecture, Discussion, ExerciceLanguageGerman> „Introduction“ Spatial Social Work VO Spatial and Clinical Social Work more„Introduction“ Spatial Social Work VOLector: FH-Prof. Christoph Stoik, MA1SWS2ECTSLecture contentsAn overview of socio-spatial understandings and theories of socio-spatial social work or socio-spatial "schools" is provided. In addition, an overview of spatial understandings and spatial theories in different disciplines as well as spatial concepts in their use in social work and an approach to a socio-spatial understanding of virtual, viral spaces or "media worlds" will be taught.Assessment methodsFinal examTeaching methodsLecture, discussionLanguageGerman> Outreach and Low-Threshold Social Work SE Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreOutreach and Low-Threshold Social Work SELector: FH-Prof. Christoph Stoik, MA, Martin Tiefenthaler, BSc MA2SWS4ECTSLecture contentsThe course deals with the lifeworld needs of marginalised people in public spaces, such as homeless people, beggars, drug users and sex workers, as well as the corresponding outreach and inpatient facilities. The basic principles of outreach work, such as partiality, are addressed as well as the tension between standardisation and support in institutional contexts. Professional action in the context of street work is taught in an application-oriented way and the special role of social work in this context is examined critically in terms of power. Furthermore, models of participation of addressees and self-advocacy are discussed. A professionally justified positioning in public discourses for addressees of outreach social work, especially with regard to the stay of marginalised people in public space as well as the establishment of low-threshold offers is dealt with as well as communication with different actors, such as clients from politics and administration and residents.Assessment methodsFinal examTeaching methodsLecture, discussion, exerciseLanguageGerman> Methods of Socio-Spatial-Analysis SE Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreMethods of Socio-Spatial-Analysis SELector: FH-Prof. Christoph Stoik, MA2SWS4ECTSLecture contentsThe qualitative methods of social space analysis developed in the context of Open Youth Work (needle method, district inspection, mental maps, time budgets, etc.), but also methods from classical social research (such as the BURANO method) are taught in this course in a practice-oriented way. The theoretical background, the application of individual methods for social space analysis, the development of concepts as a dynamic interaction between youth work, young people and institutions, and the further development of methods for other target groups (e.g. older people) or in other fields (e.g. urban planning) are discussed. The focus is on the specific lifeworld approach of these social space analysis methods. The students learn - by means of quantitative and qualitative methods of social space analysis - to identify and describe social spaces.Assessment methodsFinal examTeaching methodsLecture, ExerciseLanguageGerman> Urban Transformations VO Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreUrban Transformations VOLector: FH-Prof. Christoph Stoik, MA2SWS4ECTSLecture contentsTheories from urban sociology and critical urban research are taught, including segregation, gentrification, division of cities, periphery - centre, global urban competition, global migration, entrepreneurial city, city marketing and business improvement districts. Governance strategies and democratic-political models that are relevant to socio-spatial Social Work (radical democratic models, participation, social participation) are being treated.Assessment methodsFinal examTeaching methodsLecture, DiscussionLanguageGerman> Homelessness and Spatial Social Work SE Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreHomelessness and Spatial Social Work SELector: Anna Fischlmayr, BA, MA, Mag. (FH) Alexander Machatschke, MA, FH-Prof. Christoph Stoik, MA2SWS4ECTSLecture contentsThe aim of the course is to present and discuss theories and research on homelessness, as well as programmes of homeless assistance, municipal and non-profit housing and the associated socio-spatial practices. A special focus is placed on the forms of services, facilities and programmes in homeless assistance, as well as the housing provision for vulnerable persons. The discourse on the growing city and the associated consequences for the creation of affordable housing, especially for vulnerable people, provides the basis for the socio-political and housing policy classification.Assessment methodsFinal examTeaching methodsLecture, Discussion, ExerciceLanguageGerman> Development of socio-spatial Practice UE Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreDevelopment of socio-spatial Practice UELector: FH-Prof. Christoph Stoik, MA3SWS5ECTSLecture contentsBased on concrete problems of the practice of socio-spatial Social Work related to a phenomenon of Social Work, a professional challenge in an organisation or a concrete project, the students independently develop a project or a (public-effective) intervention depending on the problem, which they also implement independently. Depending on the problem, the result of the course can be a developed project that is presented to the (professional) public or an intervention that is implemented (with publicity effect) and then evaluated. Existing empirical data or studies, explanatory knowledge, theoretical knowledge, e.g. on specialised concepts of Social Work, as well as knowledge on professional socio-spatial action are used by the students and provide the basis for project development or intervention.Assessment methodsFinal examTeaching methodsLecture, Discussion, Reflexion, ExerciseLanguageGerman> Community and District Work SE Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreCommunity and District Work SELector: FH-Prof. Christoph Stoik, MA2SWS4ECTSLecture contentsThe course teaches concepts and methods of community work as well as fields and programmes in which these concepts are applied: urban renewal; urban expansion; redensification; district, neighbourhood and settlement management within the framework of developer competitions in non-profit housing; conflict and community work in municipal housing or in public space (e.g. Fair Play Team in Vienna); citizen participation processes; health promotion programmes, as well as communication processes with residents around social institutions. Programmes of institutions and the interests of different actors (residents, users of public spaces, politics, administration, business people) are analytically examined and working in interdisciplinary contexts is considered. Methods of community work, such as social space analyses, activating questioning, working with groups, moderating citizens' assemblies and large groups, methods of citizens' participation and community organising are taught in an application-oriented manner as well as the woork in and with the public with different media, from district media to mass media to social media.Assessment methodsFinal examTeaching methodsLecture, Discussion, ExerciseLanguageGerman> Master's Thesis Compilation 1 UE Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreMaster's Thesis Compilation 1 UELector: FH-Prof. Christoph Stoik, MA2SWS4ECTSLecture contentsStudents work in peer groups on their individual Master's thesis and receive relevant and process-oriented support to advance the progress of the thesis. The focus is on the development of suitable survey instruments to carry out the scientific work. The different stages of the work are taken into account.Assessment methodsContinuous assessmentTeaching methodsReflexion, ExerciseLanguageGerman> Master's Thesis Composition 2 UE Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreMaster's Thesis Composition 2 UELector: FH-Prof. Mag. Dr. Andreas Bengesser, FH-Prof. Christoph Stoik, MA1SWS6ECTSLecture contentsStudents work in peer groups on their individual Master's thesis and receive relevant and process-oriented support to advance the progress of the thesis. The focus is on the development of suitable survey instruments to carry out the scientific work. The different stages of the work are taken into account.Assessment methodsContinuous assessment Continuous assessmentTeaching methodsReflexion, ExerciseLanguageGerman> Masterarbeit-Coaching UE Spatial and Clinical Social Work moreMasterarbeit-Coaching UELector: FH-Prof. Mag. Dr. Andreas Bengesser, FH-Prof. Christoph Stoik, MA1SWS10ECTSLecture contentsThe course accompanies the students in the process of writing the Master's thesis. The current status of the master's thesis is presented, important methodological questions are clarified and the "defence of the master's thesis" is discussed. In addition, the students receive feedback on the design, survey and evaluation methodology (arranging, presenting, analysing and interpreting the data material). The preparation of the presentation of the master's thesis within the framework of the oral diploma examination is also discussed.Assessment methodsContinuous assessmentTeaching methodsReflexion, ExerciseLanguageGermanPublications The publications of Christoph Stoik written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.