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Social work within a Jamaican Rastafarian community - A study of values regarding women

Tutturen Nilsson, Karin LU (2013) SOPA63 20122
School of Social Work
Abstract (Swedish)
Author: Karin Tutturen Nilsson
Title: Social work within the Rastafarian Community – A study of values regarding women
Supervisor: Jan Magnusson

This is a qualitative field study of social work within the Rastafarian community in purpose to investigate how values regarding women within the group reflect in social work executed by Rastafarians. The Rastafarian group is often portrayed as patriarchal in the literature while there are ideals in social work to treat all people equally. Based on this, focus is on how Rastafarian social workers relate to the values and ideals which exist regarding women within the Rastafarian Community in their professional role. The paper provides a possible approach of how the Rastafarians role as social... (More)
Author: Karin Tutturen Nilsson
Title: Social work within the Rastafarian Community – A study of values regarding women
Supervisor: Jan Magnusson

This is a qualitative field study of social work within the Rastafarian community in purpose to investigate how values regarding women within the group reflect in social work executed by Rastafarians. The Rastafarian group is often portrayed as patriarchal in the literature while there are ideals in social work to treat all people equally. Based on this, focus is on how Rastafarian social workers relate to the values and ideals which exist regarding women within the Rastafarian Community in their professional role. The paper provides a possible approach of how the Rastafarians role as social workers affects the Rastafarian Community’s values regarding women. (Less)
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Tutturen Nilsson, Karin LU
supervisor
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course
SOPA63 20122
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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faith, ideal, patriarchal, equality, values, women, “social worker team”, “Rastafarian community team”, Rasta group, Social work, Jamaica, society, traditional.
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SIDA
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English
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3349530
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2013-01-28 18:08:28
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  abstract     = {Author: Karin Tutturen Nilsson
Title: Social work within the Rastafarian Community – A study of values regarding women
Supervisor: Jan Magnusson 

This is a qualitative field study of social work within the Rastafarian community in purpose to investigate how values regarding women within the group reflect in social work executed by Rastafarians. The Rastafarian group is often portrayed as patriarchal in the literature while there are ideals in social work to treat all people equally. Based on this, focus is on how Rastafarian social workers relate to the values and ideals which exist regarding women within the Rastafarian Community in their professional role. The paper provides a possible approach of how the Rastafarians role as social workers affects the Rastafarian Community’s values regarding women.},
  author       = {Tutturen Nilsson, Karin},
  keyword      = {faith,ideal,patriarchal,equality,values,women,“social worker team”,“Rastafarian community team”,Rasta group,Social work,Jamaica,society,traditional.},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Social work within a Jamaican Rastafarian community - A study of values regarding women},
  year         = {2013},
}