The prevailing discourse about begging in Austria, is essentially connected with the spatial background and the citizenship of those who are begging in the streets. With the distinction in the “own” (Austrian) and the “strange beggars” (mostly those, who are from the east- or southern-east Countries of the EU), comes subjective and objective constructions. The “strange Others” getting deindividualized and being treated as a collective, mass threat for the welfare system and public safety. At the same time, beggars are identified as “Roma”, in which this ethnicization must been considered as a projection of the mainstream society, usually nobody asks the affected. The investigation period of the present master thesis started in 2012, so immediately before or after the constitutional court judgement, that repealed the absolute ban on bagging. Eight brochures of the ambits Social Work, Human rights Organizations, the Police and the Communities got analyzed. Both, text and pictures, got considered. The Frame Analyzes after Erving Goffman was applied as a tool. So, it should be possible, to demonstrate the linguistic and social meaning of the spatial background, citizenship and, derived from it, the ethnicization, by means of a Critical Discourse analyzes. As a substantial result, counts the fact, that the Social Work, in the voltage ratio in between the Police, Communities, the political will and the media coverage, has to be aware of its antiracist responsibility.