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(O)problematisk implementering av lagar och mål gällande bosättning av asylsökande-En fallstudie på ett av migrationsverkets anläggningsboende för asylsökande

Pasalic, Lejla LU (2013) MRSG20 20131
Human Rights Studies
Abstract
The Swedish Migration Board is the authority who has the main responsibility to provide housing for asylum seekers. Housing which the migration board provides is called ABO. The purpose of this thesis is to examine how the people working with ABO perceive their different areas of responsibility and implementation of the Swedish laws and goals set up for one specific ABO. This will be done with a qualitative approach where four employees who work with ABO will be interviewed. The theory of street-level bureaucracy with the assumption that frontline employees have wide discretion, and because of that are able to influence their everyday work, will be applied. The thesis shows that they perceive their influence as limited because of their... (More)
The Swedish Migration Board is the authority who has the main responsibility to provide housing for asylum seekers. Housing which the migration board provides is called ABO. The purpose of this thesis is to examine how the people working with ABO perceive their different areas of responsibility and implementation of the Swedish laws and goals set up for one specific ABO. This will be done with a qualitative approach where four employees who work with ABO will be interviewed. The theory of street-level bureaucracy with the assumption that frontline employees have wide discretion, and because of that are able to influence their everyday work, will be applied. The thesis shows that they perceive their influence as limited because of their dependence of other participants in the process, and sometimes even an unawareness of policies. The conclusions of this thesis are therefore also that the theory of street-level bureaucrats is not sufficient to describe how these workers perceive their influence. (Less)
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author
Pasalic, Lejla LU
supervisor
organization
course
MRSG20 20131
year
type
L2 - 2nd term paper (old degree order)
subject
keywords
Street-level bureaucracy, bottom-up, asylum seekers, The Swedish Migration board, implementation, housing
language
Swedish
id
3802193
date added to LUP
2013-08-08 08:25:58
date last changed
2014-09-04 08:27:38
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  abstract     = {The Swedish Migration Board is the authority who has the main responsibility to provide housing for asylum seekers. Housing which the migration board provides is called ABO. The purpose of this thesis is to examine how the people working with ABO perceive their different areas of responsibility and implementation of the Swedish laws and goals set up for one specific ABO. This will be done with a qualitative approach where four employees who work with ABO will be interviewed. The theory of street-level bureaucracy with the assumption that frontline employees have wide discretion, and because of that are able to influence their everyday work, will be applied. The thesis shows that they perceive their influence as limited because of their dependence of other participants in the process, and sometimes even an unawareness of policies. The conclusions of this thesis are therefore also that the theory of street-level bureaucrats is not sufficient to describe how these workers perceive their influence.},
  author       = {Pasalic, Lejla},
  keyword      = {Street-level bureaucracy,bottom-up,asylum seekers,The Swedish Migration board,implementation,housing},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {(O)problematisk implementering av lagar och mål gällande bosättning av asylsökande-En fallstudie på ett av migrationsverkets anläggningsboende för asylsökande},
  year         = {2013},
}