Yan Junhui, Tan Weihua, Gong Qian
School of Public Administration, Hunan Normal University, Changsha, 410000, Hunan, China
Communities are the main environment in which children live. Community assets may affect children’s social development. However, there are still relatively few studies on how community assets, especially community legal assets, affect children’s social development. Therefore, this research analyzes how the T community "Doll Court" project excavated community legal assets and other community assets to achieve the purpose of promoting children's social development, and discussed the path of children's social development from the asset-oriented perspective.
Asset-based, Social development of children, Social work
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