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Att tillgodose ensamkommande barns individuella behov- en kvalitativ studie om HVB-personals arbete ur ett professionsperspektiv

Skoglund, Sofia LU and Ekelund, Maria LU (2016) SOPA63 20152
School of Social Work
Abstract
The aim of this study was to examine how professionals on residential care for
unaccompanied children worked with the youths needs. Due to the increase of refugees
coming to Sweden and specially unaccompanied children it has become one of our present
time most important political questions. In order to examine how the professionals are
working with the unaccompanied children’s needs we believed that a qualitative study was
necessary, and therefore we conducted six interviews. The theory of professional approach
(Holm, 1995, 2001) was used to examined which approach the professionals used in their
work with the youths, which need the professionals saw was the most important and if the
personal put the youths needs before theirs. Our... (More)
The aim of this study was to examine how professionals on residential care for
unaccompanied children worked with the youths needs. Due to the increase of refugees
coming to Sweden and specially unaccompanied children it has become one of our present
time most important political questions. In order to examine how the professionals are
working with the unaccompanied children’s needs we believed that a qualitative study was
necessary, and therefore we conducted six interviews. The theory of professional approach
(Holm, 1995, 2001) was used to examined which approach the professionals used in their
work with the youths, which need the professionals saw was the most important and if the
personal put the youths needs before theirs. Our result showed that the needs the professionals
saw were the most important with the youths, was the need of a safe relationship, being a
participated in the decisions that involved them and the need of learning how to cope with
their anxiety. Our result also showed that in their work with the youths needs the
professionals had different approaches, an approach that was influenced by rules, an approach
that saw the youths as responsible adults and an last approach there the professionals acted as
a role model. We could also see that the professionals had an aptitude to see the youths need
as a group and not as individual. The respondent expressed that achieving an individual work
was hard when the youths all had different needs and different takes at what is important. (Less)
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Skoglund, Sofia LU and Ekelund, Maria LU
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organization
course
SOPA63 20152
year
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
professionals, unaccompanied children, residential care, needs, professional approach
language
Swedish
id
8523061
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2016-02-02 08:17:01
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2016-02-02 08:17:01
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  abstract     = {The aim of this study was to examine how professionals on residential care for
unaccompanied children worked with the youths needs. Due to the increase of refugees
coming to Sweden and specially unaccompanied children it has become one of our present
time most important political questions. In order to examine how the professionals are
working with the unaccompanied children’s needs we believed that a qualitative study was
necessary, and therefore we conducted six interviews. The theory of professional approach
(Holm, 1995, 2001) was used to examined which approach the professionals used in their
work with the youths, which need the professionals saw was the most important and if the
personal put the youths needs before theirs. Our result showed that the needs the professionals
saw were the most important with the youths, was the need of a safe relationship, being a
participated in the decisions that involved them and the need of learning how to cope with
their anxiety. Our result also showed that in their work with the youths needs the
professionals had different approaches, an approach that was influenced by rules, an approach
that saw the youths as responsible adults and an last approach there the professionals acted as
a role model. We could also see that the professionals had an aptitude to see the youths need
as a group and not as individual. The respondent expressed that achieving an individual work
was hard when the youths all had different needs and different takes at what is important.},
  author       = {Skoglund, Sofia and Ekelund, Maria},
  keyword      = {professionals,unaccompanied children,residential care,needs,professional approach},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Att tillgodose ensamkommande barns individuella behov- en kvalitativ studie om HVB-personals arbete ur ett professionsperspektiv},
  year         = {2016},
}