Préférences acculturatives des travailleurs sociaux dans le cadre de l’insertion professionnelle : Effets des opinions personnelles et de la norme professionnelle descriptive sur leurs pratiques

Abstract : Social workers intervention in cross-cultural situations often aim at improving the conditions for individuals’ social and occupational integration. In this context, this study is aimed at examining the respective roles of personal beliefs and professional norms in acculturative preferences on the professional practices of social workers in the field of employability (social service community centers). 79 social workers participated in the study filling through questionnaires. The results show that individualism, integration and public assimilation including the local mission are preferred to the other orientations in the professional context. Furthermore, for the majority of the acculturative orientations, professional norms predict professional practices. The implications on the professional positioning of social workers are discussed
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Anne Taillandier-Schmitt, Christelle Maisonneuve, Michael Dambrun, Florence Loose, Esther Gras, et al.. Préférences acculturatives des travailleurs sociaux dans le cadre de l’insertion professionnelle : Effets des opinions personnelles et de la norme professionnelle descriptive sur leurs pratiques. Psychologie du travail et des organisations, Elsevier Masson, 2012, 18 (4), pp.308 - 327. ⟨10.1016/S1420-2530(16)30073-5⟩. ⟨hal-01723322⟩

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