Asian Social Work Journal https://msocialwork.com/index.php/aswj <p>Asian Social Work Journal (ASWJ)&nbsp;is an international social work journal,&nbsp;double-blind peer-reviewed, open-access journal published by the Secholian Publication PLT. The journal focuses on the following social work topics: social work theory, social work method, social work practice, and field of social work. It provides an academic platform for professionals and researchers (social work educator and social workers) to contribute innovative in the field of social work.</p> Asian Social Work Journal en-US Asian Social Work Journal 0128-1577 Current Situation of Staff Providing Social Work Services to Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Vietnam https://msocialwork.com/index.php/aswj/article/view/229 <p>Autism spectrum disorder is a common syndrome in many countries around the world. According to the General Statistics Office (2018), Vietnam has about one million autistic people (out of a total of 6.2 million people with disabilities aged two years and over). The estimated prevalence of children with autism spectrum disorder is 1% of all newborns. To meet the need for assisting families and children with an autistic spectrum disorder, social work services have been established. However, these services are in the process of being built and are affected by many different factors. The following article presents research results on the status of social work service providers for families and children with an autism spectrum disorder in Vietnam. Service providers are important players in the service supply chain for any group of customers. They will contribute decisively to the quality and efficiency of service. The staff relies on their capabilities to create quality services suitable for each customer group. The study's results provide important suggestions for improving the quality of human resources in implementing social work service models for families and children with autism spectrum disorder.</p> Nguyen Phuong Anh Nguyen Thi Thai Lan Nguyen Trung Hai ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2022-10-30 2022-10-30 7 5 1 7 10.47405/aswj.v7i5.229 Design And Implementation of Field Work Practices (PKL) With The Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Model At Health Vocational School (SMK) in Tangerang City https://msocialwork.com/index.php/aswj/article/view/228 <p>This study aims to analyze, find, and prove (1) design for the implementation of field work practices (PKL) at health vocational high schools (SMK) in Tangerang City. (2) Barriers to the Field Work Practice Program and its Implementation in the World of Work for Health Vocational School Graduates in Tangerang City (3) An Effective Cooperation Model in Tangerang City's Implementation of the Health Vocational Field Work Practice Program with the World of Work This type of research is qualitative research with a phenomenological approach. This research was carried out in one of the health vocational high schools (SMK) in Tangerang City, the Nursing Expertise Program. Data collection uses in-depth interviews, observation, and documentation techniques. The results showed that (1) there is still a weak relationship between educational institutions and the business/industry world, which leads to ineffective implementation, making it difficult for street vendors like participants to get jobs that match their competencies. (2) Some of the obstacles to the Field Work Practice Program and its implementation in the World of Work for Tangerang City Health Vocational School graduates are that there are still limited places for PKL implementation and there are still some hospitals and health centers that refuse PKL participants from health vocational schools. (3) The Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) model can improve the quality of the street vendor experience and make the right career choice by working together using the core-plasma pattern, franchise pattern, general trading pattern, operational cooperation pattern, and partnership pattern.</p> Muh Turizal Husein Koesmawan Koesmawan Gofur Ahmad ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2022-10-30 2022-10-30 7 5 8 19 10.47405/aswj.v7i5.228 Academic Resilience in Post Pandemic Covid-19 Among College Students https://msocialwork.com/index.php/aswj/article/view/223 <p>Various changes that have occurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic require students to be able to adapt to various academic demands and rise from existing problems, considering that the COVID-19 pandemic is still ongoing today. This ability is referred to as academic resilience. This study aims to see the picture of academic resilience in students in terms of self-concept and family support. The subjects in this study were students at Bhayangkara University, Jakarta Raya. The sampling technique used in this study is purposive Sampling. The data analysis method used in this research is multiple linear regression analysis. The purpose of this analysis is to determine the effect of two variables X (self-concept and family support) on variable Y (academic resilience). Based on the results of the regression analysis, the value of p = 0.005 or p &lt;0.05 and the value of F = 5,631. That is, self-concept and family support together can predict academic resilience. The results of the analysis can be seen as the value of the coefficient of determination or effective contribution of self-concept variables and family support simultaneously or together can predict the resilience of 10.4%, while the rest is influenced by other factors.</p> Yulia Fitriani Fathana Gina ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2022-10-30 2022-10-30 7 5 20 27 10.47405/aswj.v7i5.223 Internalization of Yogyakarta Cultural Local Wisdom Values in the Duties of Social Workers as State Civil Apparatus https://msocialwork.com/index.php/aswj/article/view/227 <p>This research is motivated by the disappearance of the values of Javanese cultural wisdom which can be used as guidelines for behavior. The fading of the value of local wisdom has also penetrated the State Civil Apparatus. This study aims to describe the values of local wisdom of Yogyakarta culture to be implemented in general principles or to run the Yogyakarta Special Region Government. This research uses the descriptive method. Collecting data using literature study. The data analysis uses a reflective approach to the values contained in the local wisdom of Yogyakarta culture. The results of the study indicate that Social Workers as part of the ASN have internalized the values of local wisdom through the culture of the SATRIYA Government. The hope is that the services provided by social workers can be perceived as useful services for those who need social services.</p> Vita Hardiyanti Hanun Nurani Sugiyanto Sugiyanto, Dr Istiana Hermawati, Dr ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2022-10-30 2022-10-30 7 5 28 35 10.47405/aswj.v7i5.227