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Fysiska aktivitetens och sociala gemenskapens effekter på deprimerade döva

Ferreira, Felicia LU (2013) SOPA63 20122
School of Social Work
Abstract
Abstract
Author: Felicia Ferreira
Title: Physical activity and social community effects on depressed deaf.
Supervisor: Mats Hilte

Depression and physical inactivity is a major health problem; it can cause death and various diseases. It also causes alienation when that the depressed cannot be bothered to participate in a social community. This exclusion is quite common among the deaf and the onset of depression often has a basis in just that. Research suggests that physical activity and social interaction can probably cure / relieve depression. This essay highlights the depression and social community effects on depressed deaf and how professionals in social work can Apple exercise and social interaction in their work. I used a... (More)
Abstract
Author: Felicia Ferreira
Title: Physical activity and social community effects on depressed deaf.
Supervisor: Mats Hilte

Depression and physical inactivity is a major health problem; it can cause death and various diseases. It also causes alienation when that the depressed cannot be bothered to participate in a social community. This exclusion is quite common among the deaf and the onset of depression often has a basis in just that. Research suggests that physical activity and social interaction can probably cure / relieve depression. This essay highlights the depression and social community effects on depressed deaf and how professionals in social work can Apple exercise and social interaction in their work. I used a qualitative study with interviews of both professionals in the sign language social work, physicians at Psychiatry outpatient clinic and a sign language personal trainer. As theories presented cognitive theory and salutogenic theory in parallel with the concept of sense of coherence (SOC).

Keyword:
Deaf, depression, physical activity, salutogenic theory, cognitive theory. (Less)
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author
Ferreira, Felicia LU
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SOPA63 20122
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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Deaf, depression, physical activity, salutogenic theory, cognitive theory
language
Swedish
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3410166
date added to LUP
2013-02-01 17:41:58
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2013-02-01 17:41:58
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Author: Felicia Ferreira
Title: Physical activity and social community effects on depressed deaf. 
Supervisor: Mats Hilte

Depression and physical inactivity is a major health problem; it can cause death and various diseases. It also causes alienation when that the depressed cannot be bothered to participate in a social community. This exclusion is quite common among the deaf and the onset of depression often has a basis in just that. Research suggests that physical activity and social interaction can probably cure / relieve depression. This essay highlights the depression and social community effects on depressed deaf and how professionals in social work can Apple exercise and social interaction in their work. I used a qualitative study with interviews of both professionals in the sign language social work, physicians at Psychiatry outpatient clinic and a sign language personal trainer. As theories presented cognitive theory and salutogenic theory in parallel with the concept of sense of coherence (SOC). 

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