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Min framtids dag är ljus och lång -Musiker och musiklärare berättar om utbrändhet

Dahlqvist, Rebecka (2006)
Malmö Academy of Music
Abstract
Title: The future is looking bright - Studies of burnout among musicians and music teachers. Since late 1970's, the burn-out-syndrome has been researched in several ways, especially among people working in care-oriented employments. The object with this study is to find out the biggest issues about why musicians and music teachers burn themselves out. This is based on musicians and music teachers own stories when they got burned out. The method I have used is qualitative interviews and in the result chapter I will present summaries of the interviews. In the discussion chapter, following themes will be dicussed: similar personalities, who is responsible for the teachers being burned out, to prevent stress, lifelong learning. The most... (More)
Title: The future is looking bright - Studies of burnout among musicians and music teachers. Since late 1970's, the burn-out-syndrome has been researched in several ways, especially among people working in care-oriented employments. The object with this study is to find out the biggest issues about why musicians and music teachers burn themselves out. This is based on musicians and music teachers own stories when they got burned out. The method I have used is qualitative interviews and in the result chapter I will present summaries of the interviews. In the discussion chapter, following themes will be dicussed: similar personalities, who is responsible for the teachers being burned out, to prevent stress, lifelong learning. The most important reasons why music teachers burn themselves out is a combination of a big amount of work and personality. Anyone could be burned out but not everyone is in the risk zone. A person who is driven a commitment to see things happen in his own and others lives, that is a person who is in the risk zone. (Less)
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author
Dahlqvist, Rebecka
supervisor
organization
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
burnout, utbrändhet, personalities, personligheter, reasons for burnout, Musicology, Musikvetenskap, Social psychology, Socialpsykologi, Pedagogy and didactics, Pedagogik, didaktik
language
Swedish
id
1322150
date added to LUP
2007-02-28
date last changed
2007-03-05
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  abstract     = {Title: The future is looking bright - Studies of burnout among musicians and music teachers. Since late 1970's, the burn-out-syndrome has been researched in several ways, especially among people working in care-oriented employments. The object with this study is to find out the biggest issues about why musicians and music teachers burn themselves out. This is based on musicians and music teachers own stories when they got burned out. The method I have used is qualitative interviews and in the result chapter I will present summaries of the interviews. In the discussion chapter, following themes will be dicussed: similar personalities, who is responsible for the teachers being burned out, to prevent stress, lifelong learning. The most important reasons why music teachers burn themselves out is a combination of a big amount of work and personality. Anyone could be burned out but not everyone is in the risk zone. A person who is driven a commitment to see things happen in his own and others lives, that is a person who is in the risk zone.},
  author       = {Dahlqvist, Rebecka},
  keyword      = {burnout,utbrändhet,personalities,personligheter,reasons for burnout,Musicology,Musikvetenskap,Social psychology,Socialpsykologi,Pedagogy and didactics,Pedagogik, didaktik},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Min framtids dag är ljus och lång -Musiker och musiklärare berättar om utbrändhet},
  year         = {2006},
}