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Etiska svårigheter i det sociala arbetet på ett asylboende för ensamkommande flyktingbarn

Wong, Helene LU (2011) SOPA63 20102
School of Social Work
Abstract
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this essay is that, through a descriptive ethic study, with staff in an asylum
accommodation describe the ethical views and difficulties that may arise in work with
asylum seekers unaccompanied refugee children. To help investigate, I have used the
following questions:
• What ethical problems is the staff on asylum accommodation experiencing during the
qualitative interviews and what conclusions can be drawn from this?
• What kind of ethics principles are in use or emphasizes by the social workers in the
social work with refugee children?
• Is there a correspondence between the Migration Board's ethical values and ethical
values in work with refugee children that staff at an asylum accommodation
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ABSTRACT
The purpose of this essay is that, through a descriptive ethic study, with staff in an asylum
accommodation describe the ethical views and difficulties that may arise in work with
asylum seekers unaccompanied refugee children. To help investigate, I have used the
following questions:
• What ethical problems is the staff on asylum accommodation experiencing during the
qualitative interviews and what conclusions can be drawn from this?
• What kind of ethics principles are in use or emphasizes by the social workers in the
social work with refugee children?
• Is there a correspondence between the Migration Board's ethical values and ethical
values in work with refugee children that staff at an asylum accommodation
experiences?
Through this study I have come to the conclusion that it is possible to obtain information
about ethical problems that may arise at work on an asylum accommodation through a
descriptive ethic study. The vital importance for the width and depth of the results are
dependent on number of interviews, number of asylum accommodation and how the
questions for the interview are formulated. It has been shown that ethical problems in work
with refugee children in the area that is about the professional role, insufficiency of the
social worker experiences, the interaction between social worker and the refugee children
and cultural differences. The ethical difficulties that the social worker raised in the
interviews can be traced to the principles of normative ethics. Migration Board’s ethical
value is in some regards the same ones as social workers take up during the interviews. To
obtain more detailed information concerning how the employees at the Migration Board
looks at the ethical difficulties in work with refugee children, it is necessary to conduct
interviews with staff from the Migration Board as well.
Keywords: Refugee children, asylum-seeking children, ethical problems, social worker,
Migration Board (Less)
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author
Wong, Helene LU
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organization
course
SOPA63 20102
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Refugee children, asylum-seeking children, ethical problems, social worker, Migration Board
language
Swedish
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1768286
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2011-01-25 18:06:35
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  abstract     = {ABSTRACT
The purpose of this essay is that, through a descriptive ethic study, with staff in an asylum
accommodation describe the ethical views and difficulties that may arise in work with
asylum seekers unaccompanied refugee children. To help investigate, I have used the
following questions:
• What ethical problems is the staff on asylum accommodation experiencing during the
qualitative interviews and what conclusions can be drawn from this?
• What kind of ethics principles are in use or emphasizes by the social workers in the
social work with refugee children?
• Is there a correspondence between the Migration Board's ethical values and ethical
values in work with refugee children that staff at an asylum accommodation
experiences?
Through this study I have come to the conclusion that it is possible to obtain information
about ethical problems that may arise at work on an asylum accommodation through a
descriptive ethic study. The vital importance for the width and depth of the results are
dependent on number of interviews, number of asylum accommodation and how the
questions for the interview are formulated. It has been shown that ethical problems in work
with refugee children in the area that is about the professional role, insufficiency of the
social worker experiences, the interaction between social worker and the refugee children
and cultural differences. The ethical difficulties that the social worker raised in the
interviews can be traced to the principles of normative ethics. Migration Board’s ethical
value is in some regards the same ones as social workers take up during the interviews. To
obtain more detailed information concerning how the employees at the Migration Board
looks at the ethical difficulties in work with refugee children, it is necessary to conduct
interviews with staff from the Migration Board as well.
Keywords: Refugee children, asylum-seeking children, ethical problems, social worker,
Migration Board},
  author       = {Wong, Helene},
  keyword      = {Refugee children,asylum-seeking children,ethical problems,social worker,Migration Board},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Etiska svårigheter i det sociala arbetet på ett asylboende för ensamkommande flyktingbarn},
  year         = {2011},
}