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- KurzbeschreibungIn school social work perspective, newly <br>arrived Korean junior high students'' school <br>adjustment difficulties, coping, and <br>help seeking needs were examined. According to this <br>qualitative study, the results revealed that the <br>participants have not gone through <br>extremely hard time adjusting, but there were times <br>embarrassed, frustrated, or not-understandable, due <br>to different culture, norms, rules, and systems. <br>Things unclearly recognized by new students made <br>them just copied other peers'' behavior, did things <br>without knowing exactly, or just accepted passively. <br>They expressed some systematical or social work side <br>needs, though they did not know exactly what school <br>social workers do. They wanted some individual care <br>in classes, organized orientation for the different <br>school rules and system from Korean schools they <br>were used to, and also some group activities in <br>order to learn American peers'' culture to share and <br>make friends easily. Clinical, research and policy <br>implication were suggested based on this research <br>findings. This book shows student''s real <br>experience and opinions in their initial American <br>school adjustment in a very rich way.
- AutorJin Hyung Bae
- Seiten156 Seiten
- Gewicht249 g
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