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date: 03 December 2022

Chang, Xiu-Qinglocked

(1922–2003)

Chang, Xiu-Qinglocked

(1922–2003)
  • Yi-Shih ChengYi-Shih ChengDepartment of Social Work, Tunghai University

Summary

Xiu-Qing Chang (1922–2003) served as the chief supervisor in the Sheau-Kang Joint Service Center of Taiwan Province in the 1970s, which was the largest antipoverty program since the establishment of the Chinese Nationalist government in Taiwan in 1949. She introduced a family-counseling model for helping impoverished families, a model that won the praise of the provincial governor in Taiwan and one that was gradually applied nationwide. Since then, social workers have been incorporated into the government system.

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