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The Application of Wraparound Model to Korean Adolescents with Complicated Problems: A bibliographical study

복합적 문제를 나타내는 청소년을 위한 랩어라운드 모델의 국내적용 가능성에 관한 문헌적 연구

Lee, Jee-Sook
이지숙

  • Received : 2016.01.29
  • Accepted : 2016.03.17
  • Published : 2016.03.28

Abstract

Although the number of adolescents with complicated problems and needs has increased, there has been a limited service for this population. In addition, a traditional social service could not alleviate the problems. In order to provide an alternative to a traditional social service to this population, the wraparound model is reviewed and explored. The study presents a review of literature on wraparound and social work via EBSOCO. By reviewing 12 articles on the subject, the study discovers 3 topics, such as (1) youth with various problems, (2) general characteristics of wraparound, and (3) evidence-based practice and wraparound. Based on 3 topics, the study also discusses the feasibility of wraparound service in Korea.

Keywords

Wraparound;Adolescents;Social Work;Case Management;Complicated Problems

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Acknowledgement

Supported by : 단국대학교