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BBIC och Arbetstillfredsställelse "Vi arbetar ju alla efter samma lagar"

Litzén, Elin LU and Nilsson, Lena (2009) SOPA63 20091
School of Social Work
Abstract
Since we came across many negative opinions regarded BBIC as a working model, the question: how this model influences the work satisfaction of the social workers who work with children and youth inquiries, was aroused.
Our questions concerned work satisfaction and social workers ideals regarded their work. Our study is a qualitative study of social workers who work with children and youth inquiries. We have analyzed our empiric on the basis of Carl Roger's theory about the Self and Mats Alvesson’s thoughts about organization theories.
We found that the social workers who work according to BBIC, estimates themselves higher when it comes to work satisfaction than the social workers who work on the basis of other models. The criticism we... (More)
Since we came across many negative opinions regarded BBIC as a working model, the question: how this model influences the work satisfaction of the social workers who work with children and youth inquiries, was aroused.
Our questions concerned work satisfaction and social workers ideals regarded their work. Our study is a qualitative study of social workers who work with children and youth inquiries. We have analyzed our empiric on the basis of Carl Roger's theory about the Self and Mats Alvesson’s thoughts about organization theories.
We found that the social workers who work according to BBIC, estimates themselves higher when it comes to work satisfaction than the social workers who work on the basis of other models. The criticism we came across bases itself therefore, not in the work satisfaction itself, but perhaps in the difficulties that can arise with change of procedures (Less)
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author
Litzén, Elin LU and Nilsson, Lena
supervisor
organization
course
SOPA63 20091
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
social work, social science, job satisfaction, BBIC, child welfare
language
Swedish
id
1415629
date added to LUP
2009-06-15 14:04:36
date last changed
2009-06-15 14:04:36
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  abstract     = {Since we came across many negative opinions regarded BBIC as a working model, the question: how this model influences the work satisfaction of the social workers who work with children and youth inquiries, was aroused. 
Our questions concerned work satisfaction and social workers ideals regarded their work. Our study is a qualitative study of social workers who work with children and youth inquiries. We have analyzed our empiric on the basis of Carl Roger's theory about the Self and Mats Alvesson’s thoughts about organization theories. 
We found that the social workers who work according to BBIC, estimates themselves higher when it comes to work satisfaction than the social workers who work on the basis of other models. The criticism we came across bases itself therefore, not in the work satisfaction itself, but perhaps in the difficulties that can arise with change of procedures},
  author       = {Litzén, Elin and Nilsson, Lena},
  keyword      = {social work,social science,job satisfaction,BBIC,child welfare},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {BBIC och Arbetstillfredsställelse "Vi arbetar ju alla efter samma lagar"},
  year         = {2009},
}