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Title: Recovery from partner abuse – the application of the strengths perspective
Authors: Song,Li-yu;Shih,Chaiw-yi
Contributors: 政大社工所
Keywords: partner abuse;recovery;strengths perspective;domestic violence;sense of self;Taiwan
Date: 2010-09
Issue Date: 2013-09-26
Abstract: This study applied, and examined the effectiveness of, the strengths perspective on women who experienced partner abuse in Taiwan. Both quantitative and qualitative approaches were utilised. The findings from quantitative analysis show that the subjects experienced a significant decrease in depression, were positively empowered and had better life satisfaction. The results of the qualitative analysis further denote the functional components of recovery as the growth of sense of self, affirmation and action, or realisation of self. These results suggest that the strengths perspective could be a useful approach for case managers working with this population in helping the women to rediscover their own sense of self and reconstruct a productive life.
Relation: Internatioal Journal of Social Welfare, 19, 23-32
Data Type: article
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