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Title: 有關係就沒關係?論鄉村地區社會工作的專業界限
Do Interpersonal Relationships Matter?--Professional Boundaries in Rural Areas
Authors: 國立臺灣師範大學社會工作學研究所
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2009
Publisher: 內政部社區發展雜誌社
Abstract: 本文是探討鄉村地區社會工作者的專業界限議題,由於鄉村地區人口較少、地理位置較偏遠、服務資源較稀少、個人隱私較少、個人與專業關係亦重疊,因此也顯示出個人與社區有較多的相互依賴,換言之,在鄉村地區提供服務,可能還需要運用雙重/多重關係。這對於專業界限的設立帶來挑戰,另一方面華人文化與部落文化中對於人際關係的定位也加深鄉村地區社會工作者專業關係的複雜度。本文擬就以下四方面討論之:(一)專業界限與雙重/多重關係、(二)鄉村地區中的雙重/多重關係、(三)外在社會文化環境的影響、(四)鄉村地區專業界限設立的作法。
Social workers in rural areas often live and work in the communities that they serve. Therefore, they may develop dual/multiple relationships with service users. This raises some complex issues about how social workers in rural areas set their professional boundaries. Besides the characteristics of rural areas, special perspectives on interpersonal relationships in Chinese culture as well as collectivism in indigenous tribes also deepen the complexity of professional boundary setting. This paper discusses the notion of professional boundary, related practice issues in rural areas, and the contextual factors affecting professional boundaries. Lastly, suggestions on boundary setting will be presented.
ISSN: 1028-9496
Other Identifiers: ntnulib_tp_H0801_01_027
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