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Integrationsarbete med ensamkommande flyktingbarn -en kvalitativ studie av integrationsarbete med ensamkommande flyktingbarn baserad på intervjuer av personal på ett HVB-hem i Helsingborgs kommun.

Stensson, Jane LU and Kalliokulju, Erika LU (2013) SOPA63 20122
School of Social Work
Abstract
Author: Erika Kalliokulju and Jane Stensson Titel: Integration coaches work concerning asylum seeking children Supervisor: Johan Cronehed Assessorer:
The aim of this study is to examine how Helsingborg, a town in Sweden, works with integration of unaccompanied asylum seeking children regarding a temporary home for refugee children and how integration of children which have received asylum is performed. To get the information to this study we have interviewed six integration coaches who work with this. We asked them questions concerning integration and how they help children with their integration process. The answers were differentiated and all of them had their own opinion of what integration is. The majority of the answers mentioned... (More)
Author: Erika Kalliokulju and Jane Stensson Titel: Integration coaches work concerning asylum seeking children Supervisor: Johan Cronehed Assessorer:
The aim of this study is to examine how Helsingborg, a town in Sweden, works with integration of unaccompanied asylum seeking children regarding a temporary home for refugee children and how integration of children which have received asylum is performed. To get the information to this study we have interviewed six integration coaches who work with this. We asked them questions concerning integration and how they help children with their integration process. The answers were differentiated and all of them had their own opinion of what integration is. The majority of the answers mentioned school and safety as key ingredients to get those children to feel like a part of our society.
The staff told us that they had a good cooperation with the schools the children go to and also with voluntary organizations that sometimes take care of the children. In our analyses and result we used a systems theory and a social ecological systems theory to examine how these theories could be used to interpret the information we had gathered. The results showed that there are both positive and negative things with temporary homes that accept both children who are seeking asylum and children who have already been approved to a residence in Sweden. (Less)
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author
Stensson, Jane LU and Kalliokulju, Erika LU
supervisor
organization
alternative title
Integration coaches work concerning asylum seeking children
course
SOPA63 20122
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
asylum seeking children, refugee children, Integration, integration work.
language
Swedish
id
3410818
date added to LUP
2013-01-28 18:10:03
date last changed
2013-01-28 18:10:03
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  abstract     = {Author: Erika Kalliokulju and Jane Stensson Titel: Integration coaches work concerning asylum seeking children Supervisor: Johan Cronehed Assessorer:
The aim of this study is to examine how Helsingborg, a town in Sweden, works with integration of unaccompanied asylum seeking children regarding a temporary home for refugee children and how integration of children which have received asylum is performed. To get the information to this study we have interviewed six integration coaches who work with this. We asked them questions concerning integration and how they help children with their integration process. The answers were differentiated and all of them had their own opinion of what integration is. The majority of the answers mentioned school and safety as key ingredients to get those children to feel like a part of our society.
The staff told us that they had a good cooperation with the schools the children go to and also with voluntary organizations that sometimes take care of the children. In our analyses and result we used a systems theory and a social ecological systems theory to examine how these theories could be used to interpret the information we had gathered. The results showed that there are both positive and negative things with temporary homes that accept both children who are seeking asylum and children who have already been approved to a residence in Sweden.},
  author       = {Stensson, Jane and Kalliokulju, Erika},
  keyword      = {asylum seeking children,refugee children,Integration,integration work.},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Integrationsarbete med ensamkommande flyktingbarn -en kvalitativ studie av integrationsarbete med ensamkommande flyktingbarn baserad på intervjuer av personal på ett HVB-hem i Helsingborgs kommun.},
  year         = {2013},
}