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Vilka strategier använder kuratorn vid samtal med främst ofrivilliga elever? - En kvalitativ studie

Hållius, Gustav LU (2010) SOPA63 20082
School of Social Work
Abstract
This qualitative study is about how individual supportive conversation between school welfare officers and pupils in upper secondary school is carried out.
The major interest of the study was to explore the problems that school welfare officers have during forced or involuntary supportive conversations with pupils, and how those problems can be understood and solved with the concept of strategies. It was also the aim to find out which methods welfare officers used in different strategies to achieve that. The theoretical framework of the study was Aaron Antonovskys salutogenic model “sense of coherence”, which was applied for analyzing the results of my qualitative interviews with welfare officers and also the theoretical concept of... (More)
This qualitative study is about how individual supportive conversation between school welfare officers and pupils in upper secondary school is carried out.
The major interest of the study was to explore the problems that school welfare officers have during forced or involuntary supportive conversations with pupils, and how those problems can be understood and solved with the concept of strategies. It was also the aim to find out which methods welfare officers used in different strategies to achieve that. The theoretical framework of the study was Aaron Antonovskys salutogenic model “sense of coherence”, which was applied for analyzing the results of my qualitative interviews with welfare officers and also the theoretical concept of strategies. Four semi-structured interviews were conducted with school welfare officers. The main results were that the key aspect of making the conversations work was to open up the pupil for conversation. Different aspects of how the welfare officers did that are described in this thesis and are understood through the concept of strategies. All welfare officers applied the solution focused model and most of them used Cognitive behavioral therapy. However, various other models were used as well in their strategies to help pupils.
Furthermore, the results of what methods the welfare officers used in their strategies can describe the complexity of the field. All welfare officers used a lot of different models, but only if they considered it fitting to the pupil’s problems, which can be related to the theory of the salutogenic model and the theoretical concept of strategies. (Less)
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Hållius, Gustav LU
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SOPA63 20082
year
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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KASAM, Kurator, ofrivillig, samtal, metoder, strategier
language
Swedish
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1612437
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  abstract     = {This qualitative study is about how individual supportive conversation between school welfare officers and pupils in upper secondary school is carried out.
The major interest of the study was to explore the problems that school welfare officers have during forced or involuntary supportive conversations with pupils, and how those problems can be understood and solved with the concept of strategies. It was also the aim to find out which methods welfare officers used in different strategies to achieve that. The theoretical framework of the study was Aaron Antonovskys salutogenic model “sense of coherence”, which was applied for analyzing the results of my qualitative interviews with welfare officers and also the theoretical concept of strategies. Four semi-structured interviews were conducted with school welfare officers. The main results were that the key aspect of making the conversations work was to open up the pupil for conversation. Different aspects of how the welfare officers did that are described in this thesis and are understood through the concept of strategies. All welfare officers applied the solution focused model and most of them used Cognitive behavioral therapy. However, various other models were used as well in their strategies to help pupils. 
Furthermore, the results of what methods the welfare officers used in their strategies can describe the complexity of the field. All welfare officers used a lot of different models, but only if they considered it fitting to the pupil’s problems, which can be related to the theory of the salutogenic model and the theoretical concept of strategies.},
  author       = {Hållius, Gustav},
  keyword      = {KASAM,Kurator,ofrivillig,samtal,metoder,strategier
},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Vilka strategier använder kuratorn vid samtal med främst ofrivilliga elever? - En kvalitativ studie},
  year         = {2010},
}