The Positive Influence of Professional Practice on the Professional Identity of Social Work Major Students


The Positive Influence of Professional Practice on the Professional Identity of Social Work Major Students


Juan Li

Department of Ethnology and Sociology, Inner Mongolia University, No. 235 University West Road, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia,China


American journal of educational research and reviews

Based on the in-depth interviews with ten social work major students in Inner Mongolia university, a qualitative research was conducted on the positive impacts of professional internship on their professional identity. The research results show that professional practice can significantly affect the professional identity of social worker major students, and its impact is as follows: First, helping students strengthen self-knowledge and professional identity; Second, useful for students to integrate theoretical knowledge and practical skills and enhance their sense of achievement and career cognition. In addition, internship supervision helps students to improve professional skills and service capability.


Keywords: Professional Practice, Professional Identity, Social Work Students, Positive, Impact.


Free Full-text PDF


How to cite this article:
Juan Li.The Positive Influence of Professional Practice on the Professional Identity of Social Work Major Students. American Journal of Educational Research and Reviews, 2019,4:43. DOI: 10.28933/ajerr-2018-12-2509


References:
1. Ministry of civil affairs, Central Comprehensive Administration Office, etc, Opinions on strengthening social work professional post development and talent incentive guarantee[EB/OL],[2017-11-18].http://www.mca.gov.cn/article/gk/wj/201611/20161100002338.shtml..(2016-10-14), 2016
2. Yating Shang, Research on the Internship structure, relationship between learning engagement and professional identity of undergraduate student of social work major[D], Taipei: Soochow University, 2012.
3. Pengjie Li, Research on professional identity of master’s degree students majoring in social work in China[D],Wuhan: Huazhong Agricultural University, 2012.
4. Yating Shang, Research on the Internship structure, relationship between learning engagement and professional identity of undergraduate student of social work major, [D], Taipei: Soochow University, 2012.
5. Bing Yu and Ruoshan Xiong, Professional recognition and carreer recognition-A qualitative study on the effect of social work students’ professional practice in mainland China[J], Social Work, vol.2, pp. 96-98, 2017.
6. Xiangming Chen. Qualitative research methods and social science research[M]. Beijing: Education Science Press, 2000.
7. Yuming Chen. Career choice of social work graduates[J], Journal of the College of Beauty and Technology, vol.15, pp. 107-111, 2008.
8. Lijuan Fan. In-depth interview, Qualitative Research edited by Wolong Xie [M], Taipei: Psychology Publishing House co., LTD, 2004.
9. Yating Shang, Research on the Internship structure, relationship between learning engagement and professional identity of undergraduate student of social work major[D], Taipei: Soochow University, 2012.
10. Mingyu Huang and Junyan Guo, Study on supervision system of social work practice of child protection[J], Journal of General Education, Daye University, vol.3, pp.80-83, 2009.
11. David Royce and Surati s. Doppelt, Elizabeth L. romphi, Social work internship guidance (4th edition) [M], Qu yong, trans. Beijing: Renmin University of China Press, 2005.
12. Bing Yu, Back to basics: basic education issues of social work internship and further discussion[J], Social Work and Management, vol.5, pp. 130-132, 2014.
13. Cuiluo Guang. Social development and cultivation of social work talent team in guangzhou port [J], Contemporary Hong Kong and Macao Studies, vol.4, pp. 292-295, 2012.
14. Chunxu Ying. Local situation and realistic strategy-Literature review of education research on social work internship in recent ten years[J], Social Work, vol.5, pp. 105-107, 2013.