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Kristna familjevårdshem och deras vardagskompetens som en alternativ behandlingsform inom socialt arbete - En kvalitativ studie om kristna familjevårdshems arbete med utslussning av långtidsdömda män.

Martinsson Wigårde, Rosmarie LU (2011) SOPA63 20102
School of Social Work
Abstract
ABSTRACT


This study is aimed to understand how the approach of Christian host families, to long-term offenders works and if and why they are a resource to social work. These host families have no professional skill, but function as laymen. A study as to why this approach in relation to the concepts of normality, symbolic interaction and social interaction is needed within the field of social work.
This study employed a qualitative method. It presents the results of open-ended interviews conducted with five host families and two offenders living with families.

The results of this study show that firstly everyday situations with the host family were crucially important, secondly the clients became part of the families as a family... (More)
ABSTRACT


This study is aimed to understand how the approach of Christian host families, to long-term offenders works and if and why they are a resource to social work. These host families have no professional skill, but function as laymen. A study as to why this approach in relation to the concepts of normality, symbolic interaction and social interaction is needed within the field of social work.
This study employed a qualitative method. It presents the results of open-ended interviews conducted with five host families and two offenders living with families.

The results of this study show that firstly everyday situations with the host family were crucially important, secondly the clients became part of the families as a family member. The approach these Christian families had, permeated the atmosphere at home and the clients at home, felt both welcome and safe. This approach was the foundation for rehabilitation of the clients. (Less)
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author
Martinsson Wigårde, Rosmarie LU
supervisor
organization
course
SOPA63 20102
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
social interaction., symbolic interaction, Christian value approach, normality, Host families
language
Swedish
id
1768045
date added to LUP
2011-01-24 12:07:37
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2011-01-24 12:10:04
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  abstract     = {ABSTRACT 


This study is aimed to understand how the approach of Christian host families, to long-term offenders works and if and why they are a resource to social work. These host families have no professional skill, but function as laymen. A study as to why this approach in relation to the concepts of normality, symbolic interaction and social interaction is needed within the field of social work.
This study employed a qualitative method. It presents the results of open-ended interviews conducted with five host families and two offenders living with families. 

The results of this study show that firstly everyday situations with the host family were crucially important, secondly the clients became part of the families as a family member. The approach these Christian families had, permeated the atmosphere at home and the clients at home, felt both welcome and safe. This approach was the foundation for rehabilitation of the clients.},
  author       = {Martinsson Wigårde, Rosmarie},
  keyword      = {social interaction.,symbolic interaction,Christian value approach,normality,Host families},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Kristna familjevårdshem och deras vardagskompetens som en alternativ behandlingsform inom socialt arbete - En kvalitativ studie om kristna familjevårdshems arbete med utslussning av långtidsdömda män.},
  year         = {2011},
}