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Offentlig skyddad anställning: vad händer?

Svensson, Rebecca and Grönwall, Tina (2007)
School of Social Work
Abstract
The Forthcoming Essay concerns the publicly protected employment (Offentligt skyddad anställning), it's content and what actually happens to its participants after they have retrieved it. We have also, during our research, discovered a great lack of background research concerning this subject. Beside statistics and publicly protected employment rulework there only exist a small amount of research. This is mainly focused on people with physical function disorders and socialmedicial function.

Of that we believe there is an urgent need to undertake more research in this unexplored sector of the labour market. Our purpose with this essay was to examine what happened to publicly protected employment -participants after they had undergone the... (More)
The Forthcoming Essay concerns the publicly protected employment (Offentligt skyddad anställning), it's content and what actually happens to its participants after they have retrieved it. We have also, during our research, discovered a great lack of background research concerning this subject. Beside statistics and publicly protected employment rulework there only exist a small amount of research. This is mainly focused on people with physical function disorders and socialmedicial function.

Of that we believe there is an urgent need to undertake more research in this unexplored sector of the labour market. Our purpose with this essay was to examine what happened to publicly protected employment -participants after they had undergone the process.

- In what ways has the participation in publicly protected employment altered their possibilities on the labour market?

- What happens to the participants when they after the participation in publicly protected employment as judged qualified not for the labour market?

In this essay we have chosen a qualitative method as an approach, mainly because we consider our material as being qualitative in its character. Out theoretical framework is based on a stigma theory and the theory of empowerment.

Conclusions that can be drawn from our research are that the participants developed a new self esteem and a possibility to be a trainee due to their employment at publicly protected employment. In some cases this also led to an employment in the open labour market, with or without governmental payment contributions. (Less)
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Svensson, Rebecca and Grönwall, Tina
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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publicly, protected, employment, Social changes, theory of social work, Sociala förändringar, teorier om socialt arbete
language
Swedish
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1323451
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2007-12-13 00:00:00
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2007-12-13 00:00:00
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  abstract     = {The Forthcoming Essay concerns the publicly protected employment (Offentligt skyddad anställning), it's content and what actually happens to its participants after they have retrieved it. We have also, during our research, discovered a great lack of background research concerning this subject. Beside statistics and publicly protected employment rulework there only exist a small amount of research. This is mainly focused on people with physical function disorders and socialmedicial function.

Of that we believe there is an urgent need to undertake more research in this unexplored sector of the labour market. Our purpose with this essay was to examine what happened to publicly protected employment -participants after they had undergone the process.

- In what ways has the participation in publicly protected employment altered their possibilities on the labour market?

- What happens to the participants when they after the participation in publicly protected employment as judged qualified not for the labour market?

In this essay we have chosen a qualitative method as an approach, mainly because we consider our material as being qualitative in its character. Out theoretical framework is based on a stigma theory and the theory of empowerment.

Conclusions that can be drawn from our research are that the participants developed a new self esteem and a possibility to be a trainee due to their employment at publicly protected employment. In some cases this also led to an employment in the open labour market, with or without governmental payment contributions.},
  author       = {Svensson, Rebecca and Grönwall, Tina},
  keyword      = {publicly,protected,employment,Social changes, theory of social work,Sociala förändringar, teorier om socialt arbete},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Offentlig skyddad anställning: vad händer?},
  year         = {2007},
}