대한질적연구학회지 6권 2호 (p.77-95)

아동상담보호센터 거주 학대피해 남아의 또래갈등 해결을 위한 사회복지사의 심리사회적 개입 경험

Social Workers’ Experiences of Psychosocial Intervention for Resolving Peer Conflicts among Abused Boys Living in Child Counseling Protection Center
키워드 :
Child abuse,Conflicts,Psychosocial intervention,Social worker,Qualitative research

목차

서 론
   1. 연구의 필요성
   2. 연구목적
연 구 방 법
   1. 연구설계
   2. 연구현장
   3. 연구참여자 선정
   4. 자료수집
   5. 자료분석
   6. 윤리적 고려
   7. 연구의 엄격성
연 구 결 과
논 의
결 론 및 제 언
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초록

Purpose: This qualitative research was conducted to explore the experiences of social workers encountering peer conflicts among abused boys living in child counseling protection center (center) and psychosocially intervening to resolve peer conflicts. Methods: The participants were four social workers who were caring for twenty abused boys at the center. Data were collected through participatory observation, in-depth interview, and field data. The collected data were analyzed by emic coding. Results: First, the experiences of social workers encountering peer conflict phenomena among abused boys were ‘psychological distortion from abuse trauma’, ‘manifestation of impulse or aggression to trivial stimuli’, and ‘lack of mutual respect among peers’. Second, the experiences of social workers intervening in resolving peer conflicts among abused boys were ‘stabilize offended feeling’, ‘maintain stability through verbal and non-verbal interventions’, ‘apply positive techniques to improve peer relations’, and ‘help abused children overcome trauma and grow’. Conclusion: Social workers confirmed that the role of social welfare experts was important to secure understanding and insight into peer conflicts between abused children and to convert the pain of abused children into positive energy. The results of this study will help social welfare professionals develop a family-centered abuse trauma recovery program for abused children.