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2001 folyamán néhány szociológus és vezető szociális munkás a Fővárosi Közigazgatási Hivatal megbízásából mintegy negyven budapesti szociális intézménynél folytatott módszertani ellenőrzést. Ezeket az intézményeket nonprofit szervezetek, vállalkozók, egyházak és önkormányzatok tartják fenn. A tapasztalatok alapján megállapítható, hogy gyakorlatilag befejeződött a fővárosban működő szociális ellátó intézmények igaz­gatásrendészeti megalapozása, és jelentősen előrehaladt a professzionalizálódás. A módszertani munka további fázisában szükséges a módszertan fejlesztése és az ellenőrzések, felülvizsgálatok metodológiájának kimunkálása is.

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that exceeds the meaning of the constituents; the examples that Bartsch (p.73) gives are means on wheels (denoting a social welfare that involves carrying hot meals to the ones in need), to pop the question (proposing marriage), to put to the

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.1080/14719037.2013.848920 18 Galli, Fr., Brunori, G., Di Iacovo, F. & Innocenti, S. (2014) Co-Producing Sustainability: Involving Parents and Civil Society in the Governance of School Meal Services. A Case Study from Pisa

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gastronomies with them across space and time, just as well as individuals who had to or decided to leave their countries of origin. People have been transferring the cuisine, the traditions of their families, the feeling of hominess that meals from their

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consequence of the introduction of the new methodology. The same is the situation with scientific publications and the mechanism generated a high number of low-quality or piece-meal publications, which satisfied the requirements of the “coffee grinder” and

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more business-like, and exogenous privatisation in which schools contracted out services such as school meals and transport through public-private partnerships. The era also brought marked increases in the numbers of private schools. Ball and Youdell

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only very rarely. In connection with the customary religious acts, it can be said that some of the family customary acts (common Christmas Eve and Christmas Day meals and a visit of the cemetery at All Saints’ Day) are practiced widely in the families

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), preparing meals, cleaning, doing shopping, washing, and ironing ( Królikowska, 2011 , p. 391). These activities, if they were provided by women on the labor market, would be performed for a specific, considerable salary. Unpaid work of women for households

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routines are getting the children in bed and up at set times, eating breakfast, and driving them to school. For instance, to eat meals at fixed times is not a part of the traditional Roma life, as explained by a grandmother: “ You see, we eat when everyone

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