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”Åh, vad kul att träffa en riktig brukare” – En kvalitativ studie av lärarkårens beskrivningar av brukarledda gästföreläsningar i socionomutbildningen

Richmond, Nina LU and Nilsson, Caroline LU (2012) SOPA63 20121
School of Social Work
Abstract
This is a qualitative, semi-structured bachelor thesis, within the social work,
Bachelor of Science program. The purpose of this thesis is to identify whether
seven of the Swedish social work educations perspective on service users as guest
speakers mainly follows The National Board of Health and Welfare’s
(Socialstyrelsen) emphasis on the positive effects, or rather follow our selected
research, which emphasizes the negative effects. The conclusion is then used as a
platform for a discussion about what perils the institutes perspectives might entail.
We interviewed representatives from seven different educational institutions for
social work, via telephone and each chose a faculty member as a representative.
The thesis... (More)
This is a qualitative, semi-structured bachelor thesis, within the social work,
Bachelor of Science program. The purpose of this thesis is to identify whether
seven of the Swedish social work educations perspective on service users as guest
speakers mainly follows The National Board of Health and Welfare’s
(Socialstyrelsen) emphasis on the positive effects, or rather follow our selected
research, which emphasizes the negative effects. The conclusion is then used as a
platform for a discussion about what perils the institutes perspectives might entail.
We interviewed representatives from seven different educational institutions for
social work, via telephone and each chose a faculty member as a representative.
The thesis shows that although the institutions express that the service user’s
knowledge is a valuable contribution to the social work education, there are many
aspects of our interviews that point towards the opposite. You can argue that this
contradiction is a sign of the institutes using the collaboration with service users
to, through co-optation, manage how they are being perceived by society. (Less)
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author
Richmond, Nina LU and Nilsson, Caroline LU
supervisor
organization
course
SOPA63 20121
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Service User, Student, Teacher, Guest Speaker, Social Work Education
language
Swedish
id
3050967
date added to LUP
2012-09-07 11:33:37
date last changed
2012-09-07 11:33:37
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  abstract     = {This is a qualitative, semi-structured bachelor thesis, within the social work, 
Bachelor of Science program. The purpose of this thesis is to identify whether 
seven of the Swedish social work educations perspective on service users as guest 
speakers mainly follows The National Board of Health and Welfare’s 
(Socialstyrelsen) emphasis on the positive effects, or rather follow our selected 
research, which emphasizes the negative effects. The conclusion is then used as a 
platform for a discussion about what perils the institutes perspectives might entail. 
We interviewed representatives from seven different educational institutions for 
social work, via telephone and each chose a faculty member as a representative. 
The thesis shows that although the institutions express that the service user’s 
knowledge is a valuable contribution to the social work education, there are many 
aspects of our interviews that point towards the opposite. You can argue that this 
contradiction is a sign of the institutes using the collaboration with service users 
to, through co-optation, manage how they are being perceived by society.},
  author       = {Richmond, Nina and Nilsson, Caroline},
  keyword      = {Service User,Student,Teacher,Guest Speaker,Social Work Education},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {”Åh, vad kul att träffa en riktig brukare” – En kvalitativ studie av lärarkårens beskrivningar av brukarledda gästföreläsningar i socionomutbildningen},
  year         = {2012},
}