Dual role transition among social working women who first time became pregnant has been explored in the study. Descriptive research design was adopted in the study to gather information from the social work student trainees. Cross-case thematic analysis approach was used to analyze the findings from semi-structured interviews.
Multiple researches have been conducted to determine the Transition among First Time Pregnant women. In the selected qualitative research paper, researchers determine the dual role transition among first time pregnant social work student trainees. Past studies have enabled the researchers to understand how working women cope with their pregnancies in the course of their fieldwork (Boyd, 2003).
The article generated a positive response because it provided new dimensions of exploring the interconnected factors between pregnancies in social women. It created a situation of surprise; unexpected strong impressions that attracted the attention for exploring the role of women to over-function in matters that do not involve direct client interaction. This article identifies how information is internalized relevant to the action. The article assimilates the knowledge that is highly significant for women in workplace.
In this paper, author established the qualitative research methods by establishing the grounded theory design. This approach was chosen to develop an understanding of the process of self-management reconstruction as described by social work women who become pregnant during their field work. This study focused on examining the Dual Role Transition social work student trainees concept and how does it influenced people attitude towards recovery. Qualitative research method (survey) was chosen to gather information about respondents' demographic, social work behaviour, and how social work trainees cope with the pregnancy situation that do not involve direct client interaction.
The article focuses on when social trainee females become pregnant, main subject is to determine whether they should continue working. Many women love their jobs and are willing to continue working until they can wait while they are expecting a baby (Baum, 2010). In fact, today, most women in the United States continue to work during their pregnancies, almost to the date of delivery. Main question that influence the decision of social trainee women is whether they should continue working and is it safe to work during pregnancy? Social work student trainees are concerned with if any complications can arise during pregnancy related to their interest in fieldwork (Boyd, 2003).
In the United States, social work trainees and women have the right to continue working during their pregnancies. Unlike many other countries, women who work outside their homes leave their jobs if they discover they are pregnant (Boyd, 2003). Women living in the United States are free to continue working until expected date of delivery. As a result, many pregnant women use their rights, after all, very few social work student trainees who can afford to leave their jobs during the nine months of pregnancy, and the fact that work usually helps relieve the boredom that can lead nine months of pregnancy. Still, this does not prevent social work student trainees worry ...