A Proposed Social Work Generalist Practice Perspective Approach to Developing Mechanisms for Raising Women’s Awareness of Voluntary Work

Emad Farouk Saleh

Abstract


This research attempted to access a future vision of generalist practice of social work for developing mechanisms to develop women’s awareness of voluntary work. This research came in four sections. The first section included the problem of research, aims, and methodology. The second dealt with the concept of generalist practice of social work, as well as dealing with the theoretical framework of generalist practice and its professional operations. The third section dealt with many concepts such as: voluntary work, awareness, as well as the concept of women’s awareness of voluntary work. It also displays the current conditions and their effects on voluntary work such as: globalization, Arab Spring as a chance to change, and the limited participation of women in voluntary work. Finally the paper concluded by presenting of women’s participation in some fields of voluntary work. The research followed the descriptive methodology, which relies on Documentary Approach, and depended on the content analysis method of some of the previous scientific studies. Finally, the fourth section presented a future vision of generalist practice of social work for developing mechanisms to develop women’s awareness of voluntary work.

 


Keywords


Generalist Practice, Voluntary Work, Awareness, Woman, Social Work.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24200/jass.vol7iss2pp477-506

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