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    Title: 社會工作者對親屬寄養服務形式觀點之研究
    The study of the form of kinship foster care from the point of view of social workers.
    Authors: 彭裕婷
    Peng, Yu Ting
    Contributors: 謝美娥
    Peng, Yu Ting
    Keywords: 親屬寄養
    kinship foster care
    foster care
    placement assessment
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2013-02-01 16:57:31 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 親屬寄養的重要性日益彰顯,但政府主管機關對親屬寄養之法律定義及制度運作仍不夠明確。本研究係以美國親屬寄養模式為架構,期待透過對社工員質性訪談與個案說明,瞭解國內親屬寄養之機制運作與實務內涵,並對親屬寄養之制度建立與未來更進一步研究方向提出建議。




    The importance of kinship foster care has gained more attention recently; however, the legal definition and system operation of kinship foster care are still not elaborated clearly enough by government authorities. Using the kinship foster care model of the United States as a pattern, and through interview with social workers and case description, this study aims to explore the system operation and core concept of kinship foster care in Taiwan, and further make suggestions about the system establishment and research on kinship foster care.

    In this study, social workers agreed that "placing the children with placement needs in the kinship family after an assessment” is identified as kinship foster care service. After comparing the domestic cases of kinship foster care and the kinship foster care model of United States, many similarities, and some structural differences between the two countries were found.

    The social workers point out that the kinship foster care was better, and has the advantages of consanguinity, reduction of trauma and alienation. Stable placement environment which avoids re-entry placement. Similar life experience which reduces child’s uncertainty and anxiety, and the sense of belonging as well as retaining the cultural context and respect of the original lifestyle. Nevertheless, inevitably kinship foster care has problems in practice as well, which includes interference from original family, the gap between policy makers and executors of kinship foster care, discord between the original family and relatives, and difficulties of reconstruction and management from the original family. Besides, individual case differences should also be considered. These issues also need to be solved eagerly.

    The social workers strongly recommend that the government should actively create a better mechanism of kinship foster care, and manage and supervise it continuously. This includes setting up a system containing audit standards, foster grants planning, education and counseling systems, and regular follow-up assessment of performance as a matter of urgency for a stable social policy.

    As an exploratory study, this study hopes to provide suggestions about structuring kinship foster care system by means of compiling social workers’ practical experiences and points of view. However, since the implementation of kinship foster care may face some unintended effects, government agencies should consider and prepare in advance to construct the more appropriate kinship foster care service model in Taiwan.
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    美國兒童福利聯盟網站 "Executive Summary."(2008)
    美國兒童福利聯盟網站 "Introduction of Book:CWLA's Standards of Excellence for Kinship Care Service." (2008)
    美國兒童福利聯盟網站 "Financial Resources." (2008)
    美國兒童福利聯盟網站 "Introduction of Book:CWLA's Standards of Excellence for Kinship Care Service." (2008)
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    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0094254016
    Data Type: thesis
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