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    Title: Strengths Perspective of Social Services Provided by the Integrated Service Plan for Domestic Violence Respondents in Taiwan
    Authors: 洪千惠;Hung, Chien-hui
    Contributors: 社會工作學系
    Keywords: Domestic Violence Respondent;Strengths Perspective;Domestic Violence Respondent Service Plan
    Date: 2019-12
    Issue Date: 2020-09-04 14:42:30 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: Respondents in domestic violence cases have a wide range of issues that can only be resolved through crossdisciplinary, cross-departmental, and cross-institution integration. Different service mechanisms and contents
    must be established based on respondents’ characteristics. The Respondent Guidance and Service Plan was
    implemented in Taiwan 2008 as part of domestic violence prevention work. The plan established a service
    platform for communication and contact between victims and their respondents. This study adopts a
    strengths perspective and examines the dilemmas and responses of social workers in the domestic violence
    prevention network when providing services to respondents. Subjects of this study are social workers under
    the Integrated Service Plan for Domestic Violence Respondents. In-depth interviews were conducted with six
    social workers, and the data were analyzed using qualitative methods. Findings of this study are as follows: (1)
    Network cooperation is emphasized to provide more complete services, but there are still many dilemmas
    that need to be resolved; (2) The service strategy of social workers is to develop diverse superior service
    methods in a challenging service process; (3) Social workers will even more actively utilize their professional
    competencies after experiencing failure. Finally, the researcher makes recommendations for practices based
    on research results.
    Relation: Journal of Social Welfare and Human Rights
    Appears in Collections:[Department of Social Work] Journal Article

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