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Elucidating Service Program Responses to Domestic Violence in Taiwan
|Abstract:||本研究目的在探討臺灣在 2007至 2011年間，22個地方政府辦理家庭暴力防治相關服務方案之實施與轉變情形，並依據研究結果提出增進台灣在家庭暴力防治服務方案之建議。研究資料分成三個階段蒐集：第一階段，主要蒐集相關文獻資料，彙整出 2007至 2011年間的家庭暴力防治服務方案，以作為第二階段地方政府焦點座談依據。第二階段，進行 22縣市的實地焦點座談，瞭解地方政府在家庭暴力防治服務方案實施與轉變的情形。第三階段，將初步研究結果，請中央及地方政府代表實施焦點團體，以確定研究的準確性。 研究發現主要有，服務方案所服務對象多元且延伸服務場域、法定項目均有辦理、服務方案聚焦於三級防治處遇、服務方案仍以社政單位為推行主力、成效評估是服務方案推廣的關鍵、服務方案缺乏立基實證研究的建構等等。研究建議為，鼓勵在地特性的服務方案、定期檢視和瞭解服務方案的辦理情形、增加預防性服務方案、促進服務方案辦理採多元面向、促進立基實證研究的服務方案發展等等。|
This study examines the effectiveness of domestic violence prevention-related service programs in 22 local governments. Based on those results, the growth and decline of domestic violence prevention-related service programs in 22 local governments are categorized. Recommendations are also made on how to enhance the quality of domestic violence prevention-related service programs in Taiwan. While lasting for ten months (i.e. March to December 2011), this study consists of three stages. In stage 1, domestic violence prevention-related service programs from 2007-2011 in 22 local governments are reviewed. In stage 2, small group forums are held in 22 local governments to exchange opinions with NGOs and governmental agencies on how to more effectively implement the service programs in each local government, determine the availability of resources to these local governments, and examine the difficulties of local governments in implementing such programs. In stage 3, a focus group is conducted in which local government representatives discuss the primary evaluation results of stages 1 and 2. Analysis results indicate that domestic violence prevention-related service programs have evolved from victim assistance to a correction service of perpetrators. The programs have also evolved from social case work to group work and community work. Additionally, for instance, the muti-agency service programs have been extended from social service organizations to prisons. Moreover, the services offered previously only to individual victims have been extended to others, including children and other important family members. Results of this study provide recommendations and a valuable reference for governmental policy planners.
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