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De osynliga barnen - om barnperspektiv i handläggning av ekonomiskt bistånd

Hermansson, Christine LU and Liljeroth, Lucie LU (2010) SOPA63 20101
School of Social Work
Abstract
Author: Christine Hermansson, Lucie Liljeroth
Titel: The invisible children – about child perspective when working with families with long-term financial assistance
Supervisor: Gunilla Lindén

The aim of the study was to examine why social workers in the City of Malmo work in a particular way with consideration of child perspective, when working with families with long-term financial assistance. The data was gathered by means of the qualitative method. Six social workers were interviewed within the 4 districts of Malmo. The results were then analysed using ‘Human Resource perspective’ along with ‘Alvessons window display’. The result of the study shows, that the child perspective in financial management is not taken into account... (More)
Author: Christine Hermansson, Lucie Liljeroth
Titel: The invisible children – about child perspective when working with families with long-term financial assistance
Supervisor: Gunilla Lindén

The aim of the study was to examine why social workers in the City of Malmo work in a particular way with consideration of child perspective, when working with families with long-term financial assistance. The data was gathered by means of the qualitative method. Six social workers were interviewed within the 4 districts of Malmo. The results were then analysed using ‘Human Resource perspective’ along with ‘Alvessons window display’. The result of the study shows, that the child perspective in financial management is not taken into account to the same extent as it could, due to the intentions of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Contributing factors to this are, among others, that it is not defined when a client is classified as a long-term recipient, a concrete meaning of what child perspective means and lack of resources for work involving child perspective.


Key words: child perspective, organisation, long term social assistance (Less)
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author
Hermansson, Christine LU and Liljeroth, Lucie LU
supervisor
organization
alternative title
The invisible children – about child perspective when working with families with long-term financial assistance
course
SOPA63 20101
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
long term social assistance, Keywords: child perspective, organisation
language
Swedish
id
1611911
date added to LUP
2010-06-07 11:32:57
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2010-06-07 11:32:57
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  abstract     = {Author: Christine Hermansson, Lucie Liljeroth
Titel: The invisible children – about child perspective when working with families with long-term financial assistance
Supervisor: Gunilla Lindén 

The aim of the study was to examine why social workers in the City of Malmo work in a particular way with consideration of child perspective, when working with families with long-term financial assistance.  The data was gathered by means of the qualitative method.  Six social workers were interviewed within the 4 districts of Malmo.  The results were then analysed using ‘Human Resource perspective’ along with ‘Alvessons window display’.  The result of the study shows, that the child perspective in financial management is not taken into account to the same extent as it could, due to the intentions of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.  Contributing factors to this are, among others, that it is not defined when a client is classified as a long-term recipient, a concrete meaning of what child perspective means and lack of resources for work involving child perspective.


Key words: child perspective, organisation, long term social assistance},
  author       = {Hermansson, Christine and Liljeroth, Lucie},
  keyword      = {long term social assistance,Keywords: child perspective,organisation},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {De osynliga barnen - om barnperspektiv i handläggning av ekonomiskt bistånd},
  year         = {2010},
}