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    Title: 藉酒澆愁?減酒增酬?-以台中市之遊民為例
    Other Titles: Drink away your worries? The effectiveness of reducing alcohol consumption with a goal of obtaining steady employment, a case study of the Taichung city vagrants.
    Authors: 梁世和
    Liang, Shih-Ho
    Contributors: 黃松林
    Huang, Song-Lin
    社會工作學系
    Keywords: 節制飲酒;減酒;就業服務;無家者;街友;遊民;酗酒;戒酒
    Alcohol Abuse;Alcohol Moderation;Alcohol Reduction;Employment Services;Vagrant;Homeless;Alcohol Abstinence
    Date: 2023
    Issue Date: 2023-11-22 09:10:51 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 筆者從事輔導遊民就業的服務過程中,發覺遊民個案常因為酗酒的習慣而失業,甚至無法持續穩定就業,最終前功盡棄,達不到自立更生、脫離街道生活的目標,是導致遊民無法邁入正常生活的關鍵因素。因此,利用這次進修亞洲大學社會工作學系研究所的機會,希望能夠更深入探討遊民的成因以及遊民酗酒相關的議題。基於上述之研究動機,本論文之研究目的包括以下四個方向之探討:(一)探討遊民之成因與困境;(二)探討遊民減酒與就業之關連性;(三)從遊民減酒服務過程中,探討其減酒與就業之改變歷程;(四)期望將研究之結果,能作為將來推動遊民相關之社會工作暨就業服務之參考。本論文採用質性研究法,針對就業服務之三位遊民個案,採用半結構式深度訪談法蒐集資料,再進行主客觀分析與反思,最後作成本次研究的結論與建議,包含以下四個層面:(一)關於遊民之成因與困境,本論文研究認為每一位遊民背後都有一段悔不當初的回憶往事,包含他們個人偏差的行為、家庭關係的劇變以及個人經濟落難等因素,直接影響其生涯的發展,最終成為遊民。(二)關於遊民減酒與就業之關連性,本論文認為減酒之目的不在於戒斷酒癮,乃在於鼓勵遊民個案自我節制飲酒的頻率、降低飲酒的量,以達到持續穩定就業之目標。(三)關於遊民減酒與就業之改變歷程,本論文研究發現遊民喝酒有助於入眠,乃是穩定就業的催化劑。(四)關於研究之建議,本論文研究發現遊民減酒有助於求職成功,因此主張遊民減酒團體工作應提前到求職的階段實施,並且強調推動減酒更勝於戒酒。
    In the process of providing employment counseling services for homeless people, I found that homeless people often lose their jobs due to alcoholism, and they often struggle to maintain a stable employment. In the end, all previous efforts to help homeless people become self-sufficient were wasted. The goal of the Social Service Organizations to help homeless people to be self-reliant and life away-from-the-streets often failed miserably. While studying at the Graduate School of the Department of Social Work at Asia University, I was caring for several homeless people for their room and board and oversaw their return to society by helping them find steady job employment. I took advantage of this opportunity by embarking on a case study on the relationship between alcoholism and the prospect of steady employment amongst homeless people.Based on the above research motives, the research objectives of this thesis include the following four directions: (1) To discuss the causes and plight of homeless people; (2) To discuss the relationship between drinking reduction and employment for the homeless people; (3) To compare the process of alcohol reduction and the process of alcohol abstaining with respect to future steady employment for the homeless; (4)The prospect of my research results be used as a reference for Social Work and Employment Services with regards to homeless people in the future.This paper adopts the qualitative research method and uses the semi-structured in-depth interview method to collect data for three case studies of homeless people in job seeking and steady employment. This paper also conducts subjective and objective analysis, and finally makes suggestions based on the conclusion of this research results. The conclusions have the following four levels: (1) With respect to the causes and plight of the homeless, this thesis concludes that behind every homeless person there is a regretful memory of the past, including their personal deviant behavior, drastic changes in family relationships, and personal financial difficulties. These factors will directly affect their employment prospects, career development, and eventually lead them to become vagrants. (2) Regarding the relationship between alcohol reduction and employment amongst homeless people, this paper concludes that the purpose of alcohol management is not to abstain from alcohol consumption, but to encourage them to be self-restraint in frequency and the amount of drinking, with a goal of sustainable and stable employment.(3) This study concludes that reduced amount of drinking can help them sleep better which would result in better work attitude and in turn would lead to a stable employment.(4) The research study and hence this thesis indicates that reduced level of alcohol consumption for homeless people would help them in job seeking and eventually holding on to their jobs. Therefore, based on the case study, it is suggested that alcohol reduction method rather than alcohol abstaining method should be adopted by the Social Service Organizations to help homeless and jobless people return to the job market more quickly and more efficiently.
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