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Study Based on Grounded Theory about Job Experience of Visiting Supervisors for Multicultural Families

다문화가정 방문교육지도사의 직업경험에 관한 근거이론연구

  • Lee, OBok (Department of Social Welfare, Catholic University of Pusan)
  • 이오복 (부산가톨릭대학교 사회복지학과)
  • Received : 2014.08.25
  • Accepted : 2014.10.10
  • Published : 2014.10.31

Abstract

This study examined the job experience of visiting supervisors for multicultural families. To achieve the goal of this study, data was collected by in-depth interviews with 7 visiting supervisors for multicultural families. For an analysis of the data, the grounded theory approach by Strauss and Corbin [11] was employed. The results of an analysis of the categories are detailed below. Through an open coding process, a total of 124 concepts, 33 subcategories, and 13 categories were produced. The central phenomenon was 'uncertain employment '. From the axial coding, the causal conditions were 'employment for economic reasons' and 'frequent policy and regulation changes'. The contextual conditions were 'uneasiness about the evaluation result', 'unilateral work instruction system', and 'little improvement of treatment'. Intervention conditions were 'high level of satisfaction with work', 'handy source of income', and 'no other alternative'. Action/interaction strategies were 'efforts for contract extension' and 'receptive attitude'. The consequences were 'hope to retain employment' and 'agonizing over their rights'.

Keywords

grounded theory;job experience;visiting supervisor for multicultural families

Acknowledgement

Supported by : Catholic University of Pusan

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