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Ja, men, anmäl då!: hur anmälningsskyldigheten enligt 71 § SoL uppfattas av barnomsorgspersonal, föreståndare och socialsekreterare i två kommuner i södra Sverige

Carlsson, Charlotte and Ekdahl, Maria (2001)
School of Social Work
Abstract
The purpose with our essay was to illustrate child-care workers, headmasters for the child-care and social-workers opinion and knowledge about the obligation to report according to the 71 § SoL, and investigate if there are any restraining factors like lack of knowledge or lack of support and to see how the cooperation works and how it understands by the different parts. The main questions have been: - Do the child-care workers have enough knowledge to make a report to the Social Service? - Are there any restraining factors that make the child-care workers more or less inclined to report to the Social-Service? - How does the cooperation work between the different parts? To get the answers to our questions we have interviewed headmasters... (More)
The purpose with our essay was to illustrate child-care workers, headmasters for the child-care and social-workers opinion and knowledge about the obligation to report according to the 71 § SoL, and investigate if there are any restraining factors like lack of knowledge or lack of support and to see how the cooperation works and how it understands by the different parts. The main questions have been: - Do the child-care workers have enough knowledge to make a report to the Social Service? - Are there any restraining factors that make the child-care workers more or less inclined to report to the Social-Service? - How does the cooperation work between the different parts? To get the answers to our questions we have interviewed headmasters from the childcare and social workers in two different townships. We have also made an inquiry amongst the child-care workers. The main result was that the childcare workers did not think that they had enough knowledge about the obligation to report. The cooperation did not work as well as the parts wanted it to. (Less)
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author
Carlsson, Charlotte and Ekdahl, Maria
supervisor
organization
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Social problems and welfare, national insurance, Sociala problem, social välfärd, socialförsäkring
language
Swedish
id
1357841
date added to LUP
2004-11-08
date last changed
2004-11-08
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  abstract     = {The purpose with our essay was to illustrate child-care workers, headmasters for the child-care and social-workers opinion and knowledge about the obligation to report according to the 71 § SoL, and investigate if there are any restraining factors like lack of knowledge or lack of support and to see how the cooperation works and how it understands by the different parts. The main questions have been: - Do the child-care workers have enough knowledge to make a report to the Social Service? - Are there any restraining factors that make the child-care workers more or less inclined to report to the Social-Service? - How does the cooperation work between the different parts? To get the answers to our questions we have interviewed headmasters from the childcare and social workers in two different townships. We have also made an inquiry amongst the child-care workers. The main result was that the childcare workers did not think that they had enough knowledge about the obligation to report. The cooperation did not work as well as the parts wanted it to.},
  author       = {Carlsson, Charlotte and Ekdahl, Maria},
  keyword      = {Social problems and welfare, national insurance,Sociala problem, social välfärd, socialförsäkring},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Ja, men, anmäl då!: hur anmälningsskyldigheten enligt 71 § SoL uppfattas av barnomsorgspersonal, föreståndare och socialsekreterare i två kommuner i södra Sverige},
  year         = {2001},
}