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"Jag vill inte vara jag" : om social kategorisering i journalanteckningar

Olsson, Martin (2001)
School of Social Work
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to determine if and how a client is catalogued and described in a casebook. The questions at issue were what controlled the description of the child-client, what sort of picture that emerged and if you possibly could demonstrate a common picture of the client within the staff. The study was exploratory. By using Grounded Theory as a method to revise the empiricism, the picture begun to clear. Grounded Theory was not enough, so I had to revise the material with a method on concrete and abstract identity to ensure the result of the empiricism. The theory connection held a theory concerning social cataloguing, cultural identity and collective memory. All in all I drew my conclusion that there is an ongoing social... (More)
The purpose of this study was to determine if and how a client is catalogued and described in a casebook. The questions at issue were what controlled the description of the child-client, what sort of picture that emerged and if you possibly could demonstrate a common picture of the client within the staff. The study was exploratory. By using Grounded Theory as a method to revise the empiricism, the picture begun to clear. Grounded Theory was not enough, so I had to revise the material with a method on concrete and abstract identity to ensure the result of the empiricism. The theory connection held a theory concerning social cataloguing, cultural identity and collective memory. All in all I drew my conclusion that there is an ongoing social cataloguing, that there is a collective memory, and that the cultural identity can be characterised in a casebook. The emerging image of the child-client told me that it was a reflecting person. The persons that were closest to the client were mom and dad. The client handled conflicts. The client did well in school, despite difficulties. The personnel supported certain traits of the client, but tried to change certain other traits. Sexes were catalogued differently. (Less)
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author
Olsson, Martin
supervisor
organization
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
Social problems and welfare, national insurance, Sociala problem, social välfärd, socialförsäkring
language
Swedish
id
1358058
date added to LUP
2004-11-08
date last changed
2004-11-08
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this study was to determine if and how a client is catalogued and described in a casebook. The questions at issue were what controlled the description of the child-client, what sort of picture that emerged and if you possibly could demonstrate a common picture of the client within the staff. The study was exploratory. By using Grounded Theory as a method to revise the empiricism, the picture begun to clear. Grounded Theory was not enough, so I had to revise the material with a method on concrete and abstract identity to ensure the result of the empiricism. The theory connection held a theory concerning social cataloguing, cultural identity and collective memory. All in all I drew my conclusion that there is an ongoing social cataloguing, that there is a collective memory, and that the cultural identity can be characterised in a casebook. The emerging image of the child-client told me that it was a reflecting person. The persons that were closest to the client were mom and dad. The client handled conflicts. The client did well in school, despite difficulties. The personnel supported certain traits of the client, but tried to change certain other traits. Sexes were catalogued differently.},
  author       = {Olsson, Martin},
  keyword      = {Social problems and welfare, national insurance,Sociala problem, social välfärd, socialförsäkring},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {"Jag vill inte vara jag" : om social kategorisering i journalanteckningar},
  year         = {2001},
}