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Vem skulle egentligen göra detta? En kvalitativ studie angående ansvarsfördelningen kring ensamkommande barn.

Achiniotis, Julia LU and Tokic, Nikolina LU (2016) SOPA63 20161
School of Social Work
Abstract
The aim of this study was to see how different welfare operators understands their own, and others, responsibility regarding unaccompanied minors seeking asylum from a welfare pluralistic point of view. The study is based on semi-structured interviews with different professionals representing their welfare operator. In order to examine views of responsibility we conducted nine interviews that centered around the operator's different opinions of their own, and others, responsibility regarding unaccompanied minors. Our results indicates that the responsibility regarding unaccompanied minors in the welfare state was diffuced defiened which led to the different operators not knowing exactly what their own responsibility was. The different... (More)
The aim of this study was to see how different welfare operators understands their own, and others, responsibility regarding unaccompanied minors seeking asylum from a welfare pluralistic point of view. The study is based on semi-structured interviews with different professionals representing their welfare operator. In order to examine views of responsibility we conducted nine interviews that centered around the operator's different opinions of their own, and others, responsibility regarding unaccompanied minors. Our results indicates that the responsibility regarding unaccompanied minors in the welfare state was diffuced defiened which led to the different operators not knowing exactly what their own responsibility was. The different operators often said that they took a lot of responsibility regarding the unaccompanied minors and that the other operators failed to live up to their responsibility. We also found that the different operators saw flaws regarding the emotional care and the knowledge about unaccompanied minors. Our operators also said that unaccompanied minors seeking asylum were often treated as a very homogenous group instead of a heterogenous group with individuals. Furthermore, we also noticed that, because of the diffuce definition of responsibility, the different operators had trouble cooperating and finding ways to do so. Lastly, we found that voluntary organisations thought that they took a larger responsibility regarding unaccompanied but many of the public operators didn’t agree with this. (Less)
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Achiniotis, Julia LU and Tokic, Nikolina LU
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organization
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SOPA63 20161
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
welfare pluralism, Swedish welfare, unaccompanied minors, responsibility
language
Swedish
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8881397
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2016-06-23 14:06:08
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2016-06-23 14:06:08
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  abstract     = {The aim of this study was to see how different welfare operators understands their own, and others, responsibility regarding unaccompanied minors seeking asylum from a welfare pluralistic point of view. The study is based on semi-structured interviews with different professionals representing their welfare operator. In order to examine views of responsibility we conducted nine interviews that centered around the operator's different opinions of their own, and others, responsibility regarding unaccompanied minors. Our results indicates that the responsibility regarding unaccompanied minors in the welfare state was diffuced defiened which led to the different operators not knowing exactly what their own responsibility was. The different operators often said that they took a lot of responsibility regarding the unaccompanied minors and that the other operators failed to live up to their responsibility. We also found that the different operators saw flaws regarding the emotional care and the knowledge about unaccompanied minors. Our operators also said that unaccompanied minors seeking asylum were often treated as a very homogenous group instead of a heterogenous group with individuals. Furthermore, we also noticed that, because of the diffuce definition of responsibility, the different operators had trouble cooperating and finding ways to do so. Lastly, we found that voluntary organisations thought that they took a larger responsibility regarding unaccompanied but many of the public operators didn’t agree with this.},
  author       = {Achiniotis, Julia and Tokic, Nikolina},
  keyword      = {welfare pluralism,Swedish welfare,unaccompanied minors,responsibility},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Vem skulle egentligen göra detta? En kvalitativ studie angående ansvarsfördelningen kring ensamkommande barn.},
  year         = {2016},
}