FEMINIST THEORY POLICIES OF SOCIAL WORK AT THE "SHELTER" FOR WOMEN VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, SHELTER KAMEZJournal: Journal Association 1901 SEPIKE (Vol.1, No. 14)
Publication Date: 2016-09-30
Authors : Sabina Belshaku;
Page : 11-15
Keywords : feminist theory of social work; violence against women; shelter; residual centre worker;
Feminist Theory of Social Work is part of the feminist theory. Feminism now used by some social workers as a convenient theoretical framework, to study the experiences of women in society and to develop intervention strategies to change these experiences positively. Referring to the approach of the Theory of Social Work Feminist on relations of power and strength, the study focused in shelter for women victims of domestic violence in Kamez. Its implementation in policy center noticed the employment of female workers, since employees are figures referring to the winners and given that, impose their rules which must be observed in women who come to the center, women victims of violence do not experience the feeling of which were removed, where the relations previous addiction characterized by weakness and power of men. This study aims to assess the needs of abused women and contribute to lobbying to open other regional shelters for victims of domestic state. To achieve the study a sample was selected by qualitative method. Relying on the theory of Social Work Feminist intended to be applied to a study of type ethnographic concentrated in the center on its history, data, operation, given a view of the center, the data that be obtained from documents, archives and available data center. The study revealed that the application of the method of feminist social work emphasizes the gender inequalities and do not take into account individual experiences of battered women.
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