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Type of publication: Straipsnis kituose recenzuojamuose leidiniuose / Article in other peer-reviewed editions (S5)
Field of Science: Edukologija / Educology (S007)
Author(s): Burškienė, Edita;Talanchuk, Iryna;Gerulaitienė, Eglė
Title: Study on the employment situation of women with disabilities in Lithuania and Ukraine: social work perspective / Edita Burškienė, Eglė Gerulaitienė, Iryna Talanchuk
Is part of: Development prospects of the system of vocational rehabilitation of people with disabilities: experience of Lithuania and Ukraine /Šiauliai university; edited by Ingrida Baranauskienė, Liudmyla Serdiuk. Šiauliai : Šiaulių universiteto bibliotekos Leidybos skyrius, 2015
Extent: p. 130-140
Date: 2015
Keywords: Neįgalios moterys;Socialinis darbas;Užimtumas;Women with disabilities;Social work;Employment
ISBN: 9786098179026
Abstract: Women with disabilities are one of the most socially excluded groups in society, which needs further attention and support. Women with disabilities face difficulties in labour market integration due to unfavourable psychosocial environment (discrimination, employers, public attitudes) and the lack of "human capital" (education, abilities, motivation) market, timely unresolved problems in the sphere of employment may increase in future. The aim of research - to analyze the employment situation of women with disabilities in Lithuania and Ukraine from the social work aspect. The questionnaire survey method has been carried out to reach the aim of the study of employed women with disabilities in Northern Lithuania and Kiev region in Ukraine. 64 social workers from the Northern Lithuania and 26 social workers from the Kiev region participated in the inquiry
Affiliation(s): Šiaulių universitetas
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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