Study on Single Parent Family Teenagers’ Educational Problems and Social Worker Intervention

Wenjing WANG, Junjie LI

Abstract


It is very common in single parent families that various problems occurred, for example, improper educational methods used by family members and lack of guarantee of teenagers’ legal rights and so on. Therefore, teenagers from single parent families need a lot of help from the society. Social work has great professional advantages in helping single parent family teenagers and resolving educational problems of them. This paper analyzes problems occurred during social worker intervening in single parent family teenagers’ educational problems by exploring existing issues and basic social work theories as well as combining China’s social work practice in single parent family teenagers educational problems. This paper also investigates some practical and applicable methods for resolving problems found during the study.

Key words: Single parent family; Social work; Intervention methods; Single parent family teenagers’ education


Keywords


Single parent family; Social work; Intervention methods; Single parent family teenagers’ education

References


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Social Work Characteristics. Baidu Encyclopedia. http://baike. baidu.com/view/190747.htm

ZHANG, Wenxia & DONG, Liang (2005). Family Social Work. Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press

HE, Yan (2002). Case Study of Single Parent Family Social Work Intervention. East China University of Science and Technology, Institute of Social and Public Management.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720120805.4201

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