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Om självkännedom och dess betydelse inom socionomyrket

Sävenryd, Tilda LU and Vallgren, Emelie LU (2017) SOPA63 20171
School of Social Work
Abstract
The aim of this study was to examine how social workers explain and arguing the impact of self-knowledge related to their work. Six qualitative interviews with social workers from Sweden were made. The study contains a definition of the conception of self-knowledge based on our result from the study, which briefly explains as the ability to know yourself, both merits and limitations. The analysis and discussion is focusing on the impact of self-knowledge and its influence to the work with clients but also how it can influence the social worker and their own wellbeing. The theory we have used to analyze the result is Max Webers theory about social action and is based on why people make their actions. The theory were used to analyze how the... (More)
The aim of this study was to examine how social workers explain and arguing the impact of self-knowledge related to their work. Six qualitative interviews with social workers from Sweden were made. The study contains a definition of the conception of self-knowledge based on our result from the study, which briefly explains as the ability to know yourself, both merits and limitations. The analysis and discussion is focusing on the impact of self-knowledge and its influence to the work with clients but also how it can influence the social worker and their own wellbeing. The theory we have used to analyze the result is Max Webers theory about social action and is based on why people make their actions. The theory were used to analyze how the social workers explain the importance of selfknowledge related to social work The conclusion of the study is that selfknowledge can influence the work with clients and the well-being of the social workers since the study shows that a social worker use themselves when working and therefore it’s important that you have a knowledge about yourself. (Less)
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author
Sävenryd, Tilda LU and Vallgren, Emelie LU
supervisor
organization
course
SOPA63 20171
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Self-knowledge, Self-awareness, Social work, Social Action
language
Swedish
id
8924872
date added to LUP
2017-09-18 10:54:53
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2019-01-01 03:45:21
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  abstract     = {The aim of this study was to examine how social workers explain and arguing the impact of self-knowledge related to their work. Six qualitative interviews with social workers from Sweden were made. The study contains a definition of the conception of self-knowledge based on our result from the study, which briefly explains as the ability to know yourself, both merits and limitations. The analysis and discussion is focusing on the impact of self-knowledge and its influence to the work with clients but also how it can influence the social worker and their own wellbeing. The theory we have used to analyze the result is Max Webers theory about social action and is based on why people make their actions. The theory were used to analyze how the social workers explain the importance of selfknowledge related to social work The conclusion of the study is that selfknowledge can influence the work with clients and the well-being of the social workers since the study shows that a social worker use themselves when working and therefore it’s important that you have a knowledge about yourself.},
  author       = {Sävenryd, Tilda and Vallgren, Emelie},
  keyword      = {Self-knowledge,Self-awareness,Social work,Social Action},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Om självkännedom och dess betydelse inom socionomyrket},
  year         = {2017},
}