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    Title: 已婚女性的工作與家庭處境 : 以直接服務社工人員為例
    Other Titles: Married women's work and family situation : using direct service social workers as examples
    Authors: 魏廷茹;Wei, Ting-Ru
    Contributors: 淡江大學未來學研究所碩士班
    彭莉惠;Peng, Li-Hui
    Keywords: 已婚女性;社工(社會工作);家庭;性別角色;未來學;情境分析;Married Women;Social Worker (Social Work);family;Gender roles;Future Studies;Scenario Analysis
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-01-23 13:28:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究以直接服務的已婚女性社會工作者作為關注對象,其類型為家庭暴力暨性侵害防治中心、少年輔導委員會、老年人之長期照護的社會工作人員是本研究的觀察重點。研究者透過質性深度訪談的方式,去探討已婚女性社工人員的家庭及工作的處境,並透過未來學研究方法的情境分析法,了解已婚社工女性對於自我的未來職涯與家庭的期許樣貌。
    This research considered these married female social workers who provide directive services as main person. These who provide services in Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention Center, Juvenile Guidance Committee, and elderly long-term care are the interviewees of the research. Through in-depth interview, this study aimed at exploring the circumstances between family and work of these married female social workers. Furthermore, through scenario analysis the research depicts some possible and probably futures of their families and works.
    The findings of the study is that married female social workers are gradually enhanced their life of self-worth and work / family''s expectations. Besides, their position on family roles blurred than before and also they are looking for balance between work and family. However, they need to put the case person in priority based on the type of jobs they participated in, so they have seldom time for their families. And this research also finds out the support of family and society will affect competence and commitment of female workers, so it is important and needs to be strengthened. With sufficient support from families and societies, married female social workers can have better opportunity to achieve their self-ideal, balance between work and family, and help more people for cases.
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