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Skolans stöd till barn som förlorat en närstående - En kvalitativ undersökning ur skolkuratorns perpektiv

Palm, Daniel LU (2009) SOPA63 20092
School of Social Work
Abstract
ABSTRACT


Author: Daniel Palm
Title: The support from school to children that lost an intimate – A qualitative survey from the perspective of school welfare officers.
Supervisor: Anna Angelin
Assessor: Maria Bangura Arvidsson

The purpose of this essay is to investigate which support the school and school welfare officers can offer to children who have lost an intimate. The study is based on qualitative interviews with five school welfare officers. The main theme in the study is school, professional role and support.

The main results of this study shows that school has a major role for children that have lost an intimate, where security and stability are important keywords. The central in the supportive work is to listen and to... (More)
ABSTRACT


Author: Daniel Palm
Title: The support from school to children that lost an intimate – A qualitative survey from the perspective of school welfare officers.
Supervisor: Anna Angelin
Assessor: Maria Bangura Arvidsson

The purpose of this essay is to investigate which support the school and school welfare officers can offer to children who have lost an intimate. The study is based on qualitative interviews with five school welfare officers. The main theme in the study is school, professional role and support.

The main results of this study shows that school has a major role for children that have lost an intimate, where security and stability are important keywords. The central in the supportive work is to listen and to be present. Another important thing for the school welfare officers is to considerate co-operation with other professional roles in the school. A teacher is the main person to a child that has lost an intimate because of the natural and intimate contact. A school welfare officer is considered to be a supportive person to the child, but in other cases serve as a support to the teacher that supports the child. (Less)
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Palm, Daniel LU
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SOPA63 20092
year
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
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grief, children, support, school welfare officer, educator, school, crisis theory
language
Swedish
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1567696
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2010-03-18 13:12:31
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2010-03-19 11:52:55
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  abstract     = {ABSTRACT


Author: Daniel Palm
Title: The support from school to children that lost an intimate – A qualitative survey from the perspective of school welfare officers.
Supervisor: Anna Angelin
Assessor: Maria Bangura Arvidsson

The purpose of this essay is to investigate which support the school and school welfare officers can offer to children who have lost an intimate. The study is based on qualitative interviews with five school welfare officers. The main theme in the study is school, professional role and support.

The main results of this study shows that school has a major role for children that have lost an intimate, where security and stability are important keywords. The central in the supportive work is to listen and to be present. Another important thing for the school welfare officers is to considerate co-operation with other professional roles in the school. A teacher is the main person to a child that has lost an intimate because of the natural and intimate contact. A school welfare officer is considered to be a supportive person to the child, but in other cases serve as a support to the teacher that supports the child.},
  author       = {Palm, Daniel},
  keyword      = {grief,children,support,school welfare officer,educator,school,crisis theory
},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Skolans stöd till barn som förlorat en närstående - En kvalitativ undersökning ur skolkuratorns perpektiv},
  year         = {2009},
}