University of Pécs

Faculty of Humanities


Dr. Georgina Mucsi, PhD.

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Lecturer in Social Work

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Georgina Mucsi obtanied her Masters degree in social work at the University of Pécs. She earned her Ph.D. degree in the Programme in Cultural Sciences of the Doctoral School in Literary Sciences at the University of Pécs in 2015.


Psychosocial skills development I., II., Professional skills development, Cultural approaches to death, dying, Integrated preparatory seminar for field work, Modern methods in psychiatric and addictions care

Participation in research projects:

2015: TÁMOP-4.2.2.D-15/1/Konv-2015-0015 „Development of a Trans- and Interdisciplinary Researcher Team Base on University Knowledge, Connecting to Enviromental Industry” studied the enviromentally caring consciousness, attitude and knowledge about renewable energy of population in the excluded region of Sellye. Leader: Márta Erdős


2010-2012: TÁMOP-5.4.4-09-2/C-0008 „Reflective Social Education System int he 21st Century” Leader: Gábor Szöllősi

2011: Sub-regional situation analysis: “Let there be equal opportunity – Creating opportunities in the sub-region of Sásd.” TÁMOP 5.3.2. Leader: Julianna Boros, Hungarian Academy of Sciences’ Programme Office to Combat Child Poverty, Department of Social Work and Social Policy, University of Pécs

2007- 2011: Psychosocial transformations and the rhetoric of change in the 12-step Fellowships. A project funded by the National Scientific Research Fund. Leader: Gabor Kelemen.


Major areas of research interest:

The role of social workers in hospice-palliative care. Concept of death of helpers working in hospice care; questions of attitudes to death. Coping with losses and grief.

Publications in English: 

B. Erdos, M. Mandi, N., Madacsy, J., Csurke, J., Mucsi, G., (2013) Transitioning from Home to Institutional Care: A Social Worker from Hungary Responds. In: Bettmann, J.E., Jacques, G., & Frost, C.J (eds.) International social work practice: Case studies from a global context. New York: Routledge. 148-152.

Erdos, M. B., Csurke, J., Mucsi, G., Mihaldinecz, Cs., Brettner, Zs. (2011): Metaphors of life and death in the texts of recovering persons. In: Erdos, M., B., Kelemen, G. Csurke, J. , Borst, J. (eds.) Reflective Recovery. Budapest: Oriold. 85-108.

Erdos, M. B., Madacsy, J., Mucsi, G., Molnar, D., Csurke, J, Mandi, N., Kelemen, G, Brettner, Zs. (2011): The power of 12-step fellowships and Anti-alcoholism Clubs in Hungary. A comparative qualitative study. In: Erdos, M., B., Kelemen, G. Csurke, J. , Borst, J. (eds.) Reflective Recovery. Budapest: Oriold. 109-146.

Molnar, D., Erdos, M. B., Mucsi, G., Csurke, J., Brettner, Zs., Kelemen, G. (2011): Alternative recovery models: A sequential-transformative content analysis. In: Erdos, M., B., Kelemen, G. Csurke, J. , Borst, J. (eds.) Reflective Recovery. Budapest: Oriold. 147-166.


The full publication list is available in the Hungarian Scientific Publications Database (MTMT):