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"Vem kan segla förutan vind?" - en kvalitativ studie om gatubarns livssituation i Delhi

Cronsby, Caroline and Tunelid, Sofia (2008)
School of Social Work
Abstract
This paper is about street children in Delhi and how they get through the day. The content is based on interviews with staff in different Non Governmental Organisations (NGO) in Delhi. The facts from the interviews are complemented with different researches about street children in general and not only about street children in Delhi. Our main question is "How is it possible for a child to deal with the street life in Delhi?". We made three other questions that guided us on the way which are: Which causes makes children become street children? How does the street children's life look like? What do the NGOs do for the street children? Of course there is no certain answer that tell us about every individuals life, that's why this paper have a... (More)
This paper is about street children in Delhi and how they get through the day. The content is based on interviews with staff in different Non Governmental Organisations (NGO) in Delhi. The facts from the interviews are complemented with different researches about street children in general and not only about street children in Delhi. Our main question is "How is it possible for a child to deal with the street life in Delhi?". We made three other questions that guided us on the way which are: Which causes makes children become street children? How does the street children's life look like? What do the NGOs do for the street children? Of course there is no certain answer that tell us about every individuals life, that's why this paper have a broad perspective and tries to put it in several angles. The conclusion is that the most important things that keep the street children alive are the instinct of survival and to provide for their own living. (Less)
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  abstract     = {This paper is about street children in Delhi and how they get through the day. The content is based on interviews with staff in different Non Governmental Organisations (NGO) in Delhi. The facts from the interviews are complemented with different researches about street children in general and not only about street children in Delhi. Our main question is "How is it possible for a child to deal with the street life in Delhi?". We made three other questions that guided us on the way which are: Which causes makes children become street children? How does the street children's life look like? What do the NGOs do for the street children? Of course there is no certain answer that tell us about every individuals life, that's why this paper have a broad perspective and tries to put it in several angles. The conclusion is that the most important things that keep the street children alive are the instinct of survival and to provide for their own living.},
  author       = {Cronsby, Caroline and Tunelid, Sofia},
  keyword      = {Street children,Working children,Delhi,India,Non Governmental Organisations,Social exclusion,Labelling,Stigma,Sociology of labour, sociology of enterprise,Arbetslivssociologi, företagssociologi,Social problems and welfare, national insurance,Sociala problem, social välfärd, socialförsäkring},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {"Vem kan segla förutan vind?" - en kvalitativ studie om gatubarns livssituation i Delhi},
  year         = {2008},
}