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Epilogue: The Barnahus Model : Potentials and Challenges in the Nordic Context and Beyond

Stefansen, Kari; Johansson, Susanna LU ; Kaldal, Anna and Bakketeig, Elisiv (2017) In Collaborating Against Child Abuse p.331-352
Abstract (Swedish)
A key message from this chapter - and the book as such - is that the Nordic Barnahus model is a step in the right direction in terms of meeting victimised children's needs and legal rights, and that it could be recommended as a promising practice for other countries. At the same time, it is not a quick fix. In light of the book contributions, this chapter discusses the potentials and challenges of the Barnahus model in the Nordic context and beyond. It highlights the importance of the Nordic welfare state context for the implementation of the model and discusses the different modes of governance that have developed around it. The chapter further describes how the implementation of the Barnahus model has led to the development of a new... (More)
A key message from this chapter - and the book as such - is that the Nordic Barnahus model is a step in the right direction in terms of meeting victimised children's needs and legal rights, and that it could be recommended as a promising practice for other countries. At the same time, it is not a quick fix. In light of the book contributions, this chapter discusses the potentials and challenges of the Barnahus model in the Nordic context and beyond. It highlights the importance of the Nordic welfare state context for the implementation of the model and discusses the different modes of governance that have developed around it. The chapter further describes how the implementation of the Barnahus model has led to the development of a new institutional field - the Barnahus field - and a corresponding field of multidisciplinary research. (Less)
Abstract
A key message from this chapter - and the book as such - is that the Nordic Barnahus model is a step in the right direction in terms of meeting victimised children's needs and legal rights, and that it could be recommended as a promising practice for other countries. At the same time, it is not a quick fix. In light of the book contributions, this chapter discusses the potentials and challenges of the Barnahus model in the Nordic context and beyond. It highlights the importance of the Nordic welfare state context for the implementation of the model and discusses the different modes of governance that have developed around it. The chapter further describes how the implementation of the Barnahus model has led to the development of a new... (More)
A key message from this chapter - and the book as such - is that the Nordic Barnahus model is a step in the right direction in terms of meeting victimised children's needs and legal rights, and that it could be recommended as a promising practice for other countries. At the same time, it is not a quick fix. In light of the book contributions, this chapter discusses the potentials and challenges of the Barnahus model in the Nordic context and beyond. It highlights the importance of the Nordic welfare state context for the implementation of the model and discusses the different modes of governance that have developed around it. The chapter further describes how the implementation of the Barnahus model has led to the development of a new institutional field - the Barnahus field - and a corresponding field of multidisciplinary research. (Less)
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Institutional landscape, Nordic welfare state, Governance, institutional logics, Professional roles, Organisational field, Barnahus research, Institutional landscape, Nordic welfare state, Governance, institutional logics, Professional roles, Organisational field, Barnahus research
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Collaborating Against Child Abuse
editor
Johansson, Susanna; Stefansen, Kari; Bakketeig, Elisiv; Kaldal, Anna; ; ; and
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21 pages
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Palgrave Macmillan
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  • scopus:85042739581
ISBN
978-3-319-58387-7
978-3-319-58388-4
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10.1007/978-3-319-58388-4_16
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English
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yes
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18334b64-cf2d-44d3-8cd4-99325febe478
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