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    Title: 服務精神障礙者反壓迫自我覺察之研究
    Other Titles: Research On Anti-Oppression Self-Awareness Of Social Workers Serving Chronic Mental Disorders
    Authors: 鍾孟蒨
    Contributors: 黃松林
    Keywords: 反壓迫;精神障礙者的烙印;自我覺察
    anti-oppression;Stigma of mental disability;self-awareness
    Date: 2023
    Issue Date: 2023-11-22 09:10:56 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 臺灣精神障礙人口日漸攀升,但臺灣社會對於精神障礙者的刻板印象、偏見與歧視持續存在,造成此群體受到壓迫,直接或間接的影響生活狀態,社會工作專業人員需具備自我覺察能力,避免在服務精神障礙者的過程因各種因素而影響服務品質。本研究其重點在了解服務精神障礙的社會工作者如何在工作歷程裡,透過反壓迫觀點的自我覺察,影響與精神障礙者的互動態度與行為,並透過研究討論發現社會工作者透過反壓迫觀點在工作歷程中的覺察,不論是外在環境對精神障礙者的壓迫或互動過程中造成的壓迫皆存在,社會工作者持續自我覺察、反思並學習與接受督導,調整改變自身的態度,並發展因應的行動策略。
    The number of people with mental disabilities in Taiwan is gradually increasing, but the stereotypes, prejudices, and discrimination against them still exists in Taiwanese society, causing this group to be oppressed by society that directly or indirectly affects their quality of life. Social workers need to possess self-awareness to avoid letting various factors affect the quality of services provided to individuals with mental disabilities. This research focuses on understanding how social workers serving people with mental disabilities, through the perspective of anti-oppression, influence their attitudes and behaviors in the course of their work. Through the study, it is found that social workers, by being aware of anti-oppression in their work, can identify both external and interaction-induced oppression on individuals with mental disabilities. Social workers continue to self-reflect, learn, and accept supervision, adjusting and changing their attitudes, and developing responsive action strategies.
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