CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Frank Tsen-Yung Wang  (Associate Professor)

BACKGROUND

Education

Ph.D. University of Toronto, Faculty of Social Work, 1998

M.S.W. Columbia University, School of Social Work, 1990

B.S. National Taiwan University, Department of Mechanical Engineer, 1986

 

Position

Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Work, Tzu-Chi Buddhist Medical University

Chair, Board of Directors, Compassion International

Board Member, Taiwanese Association of Social Workers

Board Member, Chinese Association of Family Caregivers

 

SPECIALTY

Qualitative Research Methods

Elderly Care

Long Term Care

Aboriginal Social Work

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TEACHING

Aging policy

Psychiatric Community Rehabilitation

Qualitative Research

Institutional Ethnography

Action Research

Aboriginal Social Work

Radical Social Work

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PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2004. Examining expert power: Action research in Taipei City Home Care Services. Research in Applied Psychology, 2351-77

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2003. Between care and control: Discursive practices of case management in social work. Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies, 51143-183。【TSSCI

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2003. Praxis of social work in 921 earthquake recovery: The case of Family Support Centers in Nan-tou. Journal of Social Work, 953-79

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2002. Compatibility Between Aboriginal Culture and Social Assistance: Perspectives of Two Atayal Aboriginal Counties. Central Journal of Society and Culture.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2002. Developing a tribe-centered family violence prevention system for aboriginal peoples. Journal of Taiwanese Social Work, 8,51-72.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2001. Contesting identity of homemakers: Housewife, worker and daughter? Journal of Aging Studies, 15,1-19.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2001. Prospects of Aboriginal Social Work Education in Taiwan. Journal of Taiwanese Social Work,7:47-73.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2000. Canadian Experiences of Long Term Care. Journal on Community Development, 92270-288 

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2000. Post-Earthquake Reconstruction in Nantou: The Establishment of Community Family Support Centers. Journal of Nursing, 47(5), 39-46.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 1998. Historical Review on Adult Day Care. Journal on Community Development, 83: 168-190.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 1997b.  Universal or Residual?—Policy Choice facing Taipei City Government. Journal of Community Development, 80: 225-245.

 

Reports & Chapters

Yueh-Ching Chou, F. Wang, Frank Tau & Tung-Ru Shieh 2004. Social Work Roles and Function in the Disaster Aid of the Earthquake in Taiwan in 1999. In M. Z. Lin and C. Z. Liou (eds.) 921 Earthquake and Social Recovery. Taipei: Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica. 

C.J. Shiao, C.A. Yan, Frank Wang & C.H. Wang 2002. Sex trade in the Taiwanese economic development: The role of State regulation and social dynamics. Research report to the Women’s Right Committee, Executive Yuan. Taipei: Executive Yuan.  

Wang, Frank 2002. Evaluation report on the 921 Earthquake Social Recovery Program. 921ERC-DLR-900-006. Nan Tou: Council of 921Earthquake Recovery, Executive Yuan. 

Wang, Frank 2002. Developing a tribe-centered family violence prevention system for aboriginal peoples— the Canadian experience. In C.H. Tsai (ed.) Dialogue between Aboriginal tradition healing and modern medicine. Taipei: Taiwanese Aboriginal Cultural Foudation. 

Wang, Frank 2001. Constructing social assistance for the Aboriginal. Research Report for the Council of Aboriginal Affairs. Taipei: Council of Aboriginal Affairs, Executive Yuan.

Wang, Frank 2001. Needs assessment of the Disabled in Nan Tou County. Research report for the Nan Tou County Government. Nan Tou, Taiwan: Nan Tou County Government.

Wang, Frank 2000. Long term care in Canada. National Health Research Institute Forum. Financial Issues in long term care: International experiences and prospects for Taiwan Conference Proceeding. pp.57-78. Taipei: National Health Research Institute.

Wang, Frank 2000. Who Speaks for the Elderly? A Review of Seniors’ Movement in Taiwan. In Hsin-Huang Hsiao & Kuo-Ming Lin (Eds.), Social Welfare Movement in Taiwan. (pp.257-307). Taipei: Chu-Liu.

Wang, Frank 1999.  Old Age and Resistance: The Subject behind the American Seniors’ Movement In Adrienne Chambon, Alan Irving & Laura Epstein (Eds.),  Foucault Reader for Social Work. (pp.189-217). New York: Columbia University Press.

Wang, Frank 1997.  Report on Adult Day Care in Taipei City. Taipei City Government, Taipei, Taiwan.

 

Conference Presentation

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2004. Rethinking ‘community care’: service, industry, or community? Conference on‘Social Welfare Development in Taiwan: Globalization or Localization?’ 24-25/09/2004, National Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2004. Putting community back in the conceptualization of disaster recovery. Paper presented in ‘International Conference in Commemoration of 5th Anniversary of the 1999 Chi-Chi Earthquake, Taiwan’, by National Science Council, Sep. 8-9, Howard International House, Taipei, Taiwan.

Liao, Zua-hua, & Wang, Frank 2004 Power and knowledge in the field of home care services of Taipei City. Paper presented in the Conference for ‘Happy Children, Energetic Elderly, Healthy Community: New Vision for the Social Welfare in Taiwan’, National Chun-Chen University, Depart of Social Welfare. 05/28-29, 2004. Taichung, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank, Chen, S.F. & Chen, L.H. 2004. Shoot from Rocks: Structural analysis of Psychiatric employment services for the mentally ill. Paper presented in the Conference for  ‘the Medically Disadvantaged and Social Work’. Taipei University, Dep. of Social Work. 05/28/2004. Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank 2004. ProfessionalizationLicenceProfessional autonomypaper presented in the Conference of the Development of Counciling Profession and Practices. 04/01/2004. National Chun-hua Normal University, Dep. of Counciling. Chung-hua, Taiwan.

Chen, S.F. and Wang, Frank 2004. From silence to speaking out: stories of employment coaches for the mentally ill. Paper presented in the Conference of ‘Diverse Social Issues: New Roles for Social Work’. Taiwanese Association of Social Workers. 02/21/2004. Taipei, Taiwan.

Lee, H.H. and Wang, Frank 2004. When the frontline worker wants to do research. Paper presented in the Conference of ‘Diverse Social Issues: New Roles for Social Work’. Taiwanese Association of Social Workers. 02/21/2004. Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, T.Y. Frank. 2003. From Good Will to Good Deed: The International Aide Experience of Taiwan Compassion International. Paper presented in the 30th ICSW Asia-Pacific Regional Conference, 8-12 Dec. 2003. The Grand Hotel, Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank 2003. The future of social welfare movement in Taiwan under the tide of globalization. 2003 Annual Meeting of Taiwanese Association of Sociology. 11/29-30/2003. Taipei, Taiwan. http://tsa.sinica.edu.tw/index.html

Wang, Frank. 2003. Your addition is my stigma, your rehabilitation is my silence. Paper presented in the Conference of Aboriginal Alcohol Addiction. World Vision. 11/6,7/2003. Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2003. Community-based or market-driven? Reflections on policy of caring as industry. Paper presented in 2003 International Symposium on Dedication and Enterprise—The Development of Youth Competitiveness in the 21st Century. 2003 Aug. 19-21. Kouhsiung, Taiwan.

Wang, T.Y. Frank. 2003. Advantages and Constraints of International Aid Efforts in Taiwan—An NGO’s Perspective. Japan-Taiwan NGO Conference. Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China. March 24-25, 2003, Tokyo, Japan.

Wang, Frank 2003.The relationship between supervisor and supervisee in action research. Annual Meeting of Taiwanese Association of Action Research. 03/22-23/2003. Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank 2003. Family violence prevention system for Aboriginal women: A disadvantaged group protects another group? 2003 International Conference on Indigenous Peoples’ Rights. Chang F.C. Human Right Center, Soochow University. 03/5-6/2003. Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank 2002. Humanitarian work: The case of Compassion International in Taiwan. Paper presented in the Conference of ‘Love from Taiwan’, Conference Proceeding, pp.35-40, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Executive Yuen, 11/30/2002, Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2002. Compatibility Between Aboriginal Culture and Social Assistance: Perspectives of Two Atayal Aboriginal Counties. Paper presented in the 7th Annual Conference on Social and Cultural Transformation in Contemporary Taiwan. National Central University. 2002. April 26. Chun-Li, Taiwan.  

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2002. Trading the soul of social work profession with professionalism: Discourse analysis of case management in Taiwan. Paper presented in the Symposium of Searching for Cultural Turn for Human Science. 2002.Jan.11-12. Hsin-Chu, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2001a. Community psychiatric rehabilitation – Lessons from Post-earthquake Recovery Centers in Nan-tou. Paper presented in the Conference on Post-921 Earthquake Psychiatric Rehabilitation. 2001 Dec. 7-8. Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2001b. Portraits of aboriginal women in earthquake suffering areas. Paper presented in the Conference on Aboriginal Woman. 2001 Dec. 7-8. Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2001c. Developing a tribe-centered family violence prevention system for aboriginal peoples— Canadian experience. Paper presented in the Conference on Urban Aboriginal Women and Marital Relationships. 2001 Nov. 23. Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2001d. Review of action research in Taiwan. Paper presented at the Workshop of Narrative and Practice. 201 Nov. 2-3. Taipei, Taiwan.

Yueh-Ching Chou, Wang, Frank T.Y. & T. Shieh. 2001e.Social worker roles in the disaster aid of the Taiwan earthquake in 1999. Paper presented in the Symposium of 921 Earthquake and Social Recovery. 2001 Sep. 26-28. Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. and Frank Tao. 2001f. Comparative study of post-earthquake recovery policy by local governments. Paper presented in the Symposium of 921 Earthquake and Social Recovery. 2001 Sep. 26-28. Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2001g. Family violence prevention in Aboriginal tribes – Canadian experiences. Paper presented in the 2001 Symposium of Aboriginal People and Health, 2001 July 7, Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2001h. Review of the Family Support Centers in Nan-tou. Paper presented in the Symposium of Post-Earthquake Recovery.2001 March 23-24. Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2001i.  Incorporate action research into needs assessment. Paper presented in the Conference of Social Work Professional Development,  2001 Jan. 19-20, Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2000a. “Housewife, Worker or Daughter?” Paper presented in the Joint Conference of the International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of Schools of Social Work, July 29-August 2, 2000. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2000b. with Yueh-Ching Chou & T. Shieh. Social worker roles in the disaster aid of the Taiwan earthquake in 1999. Poster presented in the Joint Conference of the International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of Schools of Social Work, July 29-August 2, 2000. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2000cStudying Chinese Family as Discursive Practices. Paper presented in the International Colloquium on Critical Issues in the Development of Social Work in China in the 21st Century. June 21-23, 2000. Beijing, China.

 

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2000d.Pilot study on Taiwanese Aboriginal Social Work Education. Paper presented in 1999 Conference on Aboriginal Education. April, 13, 2000. Hua-Lien, Taiwan.

 

Wang, Frank T.Y. 2000e." Contesting Subjectivities for Homemakers" Paper presented in the Sixth Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference, April 6-8, 2000. Banff, Alberta, Canada.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 1999a.Disciplinary Mechanism in Home Care Agency. Conference on Life-Long Learning and Care for Live-alone Elders. Dec. 18, 1999. Tung-Hai University, Taichung, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 1999b. Long-Term Care in Canada. Conference on Comparative Long-Term Care Finance Issues and Taiwanese Vision. National Health Institute. Sep. 18, 1999. Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 1999c. “A Foucaultian Analysis of Knowledge Production in the Taiwanese Home Care Service”. International Conference on Foucault and Medicine. April, 14 - 17, 1999. Caen, France.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 1998a. Who Speaks for the Elderly?—A Review of Taiwanese Seniors’ Movement. Conference on Social Welfare Movement. Dec. 18 – 19, 1998. Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 1998b. “When Western Case Management meets Eastern Family Culture – The Application of Case Management in Home Care”. American Society on Aging.  4th International Conference on Long Term Care Case Management. Dec. 10 - 13, 1998. San Diago, USA.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 1996.   “Privatization of social welfare provision in Taiwan”, 5th International Symposium of Chinese American Academic and Professionals. June 28 - July 2, 1996. Ottawa, Canada.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 1995.   Public Participation of the Elderly in Long-Term Care Policy - A Comparative Study. 1995 Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of School of Social Work. Montreal, Canada.

Wang, Frank T.Y. 1994.   Roles of Social Worker in Social Movement. Symposium on Social Work Ethics by Fu-jen University. May 19 - 20, 1994. Taipei, Taiwan

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CONTACT

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Phone number: +886-2-2826-7181

Fax: +886-2-2820-1885

e-mail: tywang@ym.edu.tw

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