• Title, Summary, Keyword: Community Welfare Alliance

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Building the Governance between the Public and Private Sectors for the Success of Community Welfare Alliance: Centering on the Analysis of AHP (지역사회복지협의체의 성공적 정착을 위한 공공과 민간의 Governance구축에 관한 연구 : AHP분석을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Chang-Ki;Jung, Jae-Wook
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.9 no.3
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    • pp.262-269
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    • 2009
  • The public and private sectors have quite different views on the operation of community welfare alliance. Their understanding of the issues has a vast difference, which may lead to twisted operation of the community welfare alliance. In fact, there are many areas that have troubles in the operation of the alliance. This study systematically analyzes limitations that the alliance has and it goals to draw out improvement policies to overcome them. As a study method, a survey is conducted on the leaders of community welfare alliance to suggest an AHP analysis model on the issue awareness and improvement policy. Concentrated on the analyzed results and implications entailed through the analysis, this study suggests improvement policies to overcome such limitations that the community welfare alliance has.

A Study on the Readaptation of the Women Who have Engaged in Prostitution - A Grounded Theory Approach - (탈성매매여성들의 사회적응에 대한 연구 - 근거이론 방법 접근 -)

  • Kim, Young-sook;Lee, Keun-moo;An, Jun-ri
    • Korean Journal of Social Welfare Studies
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    • no.37
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    • pp.429-455
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    • 2008
  • The purpose of this study is to generate a substantive theory that accounts for the social readaptation of the women who have engaged in prostitution and propose a practical program for them. We used the grounded theory developed by Strauss and Corbin(1990). Raw data were collected through the in-depth interview, documents and observation. We used constant comparative method for the data analysis. The nine women who had the exprience of prostitution have participated in this study. As a result of the data analysis, in open coding were generated 116 concepts, 29 subcategories and 12 categories, In axial coding the outcomes of a paradigm model were as follows. The causal conditions were named 'hostile environment' and 'the self endowed stigma'. The phenomenon turned out to be 'living as an anonymous being'. The contextual conditions were named 'cohesion of family', 'being pushed' and 'shrinked emotion'. The intervening conditions were presented to be 'desire of self restoration as a social being', 'reactionary reconstruction'. The action/interaction strategies turned out to be 'shifting of social status', 'neighbor alliance'. The consequences were presented to be 'psychological wayfarer' and 'tentacular living'. In selective coding we found a core category, 'repetition of leaving and returning from the life world'. Based on the phenomenon, two types of participants life attitudes were found as follows : present hesitating type, self concealing type. Following the adove results, We finally suggested the need to develope a community oriented case management model.