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    Title: 家庭暴力相對人企圖自殺之社工處遇
    Exploring Social Work Treatment of Domestic Violence Respondents Who Attempt to Suicide
    Authors: 許語崚
    Hsu, Yu,Leng
    Contributors: 社會工作學系
    Keywords: 家暴相對人;企圖自殺者;社會工作者
    domestic violence;suicide attempter;social worker
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-10-28
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: 至今家庭暴力事件逐年增長,2018年衛生福利部統計家庭暴力通報案件通報件數達13萬637件。由此得知,歷年來通報案件逐年增加,也因案件逐年增加受到政府、社會大眾對家暴問題的更加重視。目前國家針對家庭暴力事件機制是希望保護被害人,教育、處遇相對人,然而這過程當中,社會工作者被賦予扮演保護被害人,教育、處遇相對人的角色,當社會工作者挾帶著國家的命令,進入其家庭的時候,其實面對到很多是來自第一線工作的突發狀況、困境、壓力、挫敗,這些都是需要被緩解、被重視的,看似單純的議題,卻蘊涵著艱鉅的任務。瞭解社會工作者面臨個案因家庭壓力選擇自殺所帶來的影響與衝擊,甚至工作情緒上的改變,所引發的議題。
    本研究旨在探討社會工作者面對家庭暴力相對人企圖自殺之服務探究,期待瞭解家庭暴力相對人社會工作者所持有的刻板的觀念,是否會加諸於家庭暴力相對人服務過程當中,亦是如何看待相對人自殺之事件轉變,服務過程當中其自身角色意涵、角色期待及面對困境後的自我調整。
    本研究透過質性研究深度訪談法訪問六位服務於家庭暴力相對人的社會工作者,其研究結果整理出社會工作者以三階段歷程尤為鮮明能以新的視角重新詮釋服務歷程中家暴相對人選擇企圖自殺之印象轉變,以及社會工作者四種: 「教育者」、「經紀人」、「調解者」及「諮商者」的角色意涵及角色分析;並透過服務過程中來探究社會工作者面對家庭暴力相對人企圖自殺時角色執行上所遭遇的挑戰、衝擊及自我學習因應策略。最後,並提出對未來研究、實務工作及社會政策建議。
    As yet, there has been a steady annual increase in the number of incidents of domestic violence. According to the Statistics of Reported Incidents of Domestic Violence provided by the Ministry of Health and Welfare in Taiwan, there were 130,367 reported incidents in 2018. This suggests a gradual yearly increase in the number of reported incidents. In addition, domestic violence is receiving more attention from the government and the public because of the rising number of incidents. In Taiwan, extant mechanisms for handling incidents of domestic violence include victim protection and education and treatment for respondents. In this process, however, social workers are assigned to play a role in protecting victims and educating and working with respondents. Social workers are on the front lines of domestic violence response, and are confronted with numerous emergency incidents, adversity, stress, and frustrations when these social workers, under the governmental request, interfere in the families in which incidents of domestic violence occur. These issues, which seem simple but are essentially challenging, need to be attended to and resolved. It is crucial to explore how each case of a client’s death by suicide due to familial stress affects these client’s caseworkers, as well as how the social workers’ on-the-job state of mind is changed by a client suicide. The questions that arise from these cases deserve exploration as well.
    This study thus aims to explore the services that social workers provide to the respondents for incidents of domestic violence related suicidal attempts. This study expects to understand whether respondents for incidents of domestic violence apply their stereotypes of social workers to the process of receiving services from social workers, how social workers perceive the transition of the suicidal incidents of respondents, how social workers conceptualize their role, what the expectation of their role in the process of delivering services is, and how social workers adjust themselves after being confronted with adversity.
    This qualitative study conducted in-depth interviews with six social workers that worked with respondents of incidents of domestic violence. The results suggested that social workers showed a definite three-stage process in reframing and reinterpreting their service processes for clients who attempted suicide after being respondents of incidents of domestic violence, and that the role as social workers contains five connotations, including educators, agents, coordinators, mediators, and counselors. This study also examines the difficulties, impact, and learning and coping strategies that social workers adopted in the process of delivering services to clients who had suicide attempts and were the respondents of incidents of domestic violence. Finally, this study provides recommendations for future research, clinical practices, and social policies.
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