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The Study of the view and coping of the blindmassagists after the Grand Justices Interpretation Case 649
the blind massagists
the Grand Justices Interpretation Case 649
the blind massagists’ views
coping about employment
This study has two purposes: 1. To Investigate the blind massagists’ views. 2. To Investigate t the blind massagists’coping about employment. In this regard, four research questions are proposed: 1.What are the respondents of the blind massagists when they are on their own massage business and what are their views about the Case 649? 2.What are the blind massagists’professional massage training and employment experience? 3.After the Grand Justices Interpretation Case 649,what do the blind massagists be affected? What are their strategies to cope? 4.What assistances do they need to make their massage business smoothly？ This study is a qualitative research, for the three blind massagists and their families, using the depth interviews to understand the views of the blind massagists and employment response. The main results of this study are below: 1.The respondents engaged the blind massagists massage business on their own views mainly through three stages, including adaptation and acceptance in massage, practical vocational training for massage after gradually changed the perception of inner meaning and the establishment continue to engage in massage. their views about the Grand Justices Interpretation Case 649 are three, including the opposition, that is no big difference is no longer open or not, and do not oppose but need to be a good package. The blind massagists professional training and employment 2.Pre-employment training and job training help their massage work performance; others hone their employment; carefully evaluate decided entrepreneurship. 3.The petitioner for the blind massagists have a positive impact onthe employment effects and adverse effects; their employment in response to the positive side and the negative side is divided into. 4.The blind massagists employment-related needs are mainly financing of, advocacy advertising, legal aspects and vocational training to improve. Based on these results, this thesis is ended with some suggestion according to the findings in this research to the blind massagists and the government and there will be research in this field.
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