Vem tror du att jag är? En studie av hur möten mellan SFI-elever med PTSD och SFI-lärare under SFI-utbildningen kan medverka till skapandet av elevernas självrelation.

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Vem tror du att jag är? En studie av hur möten mellan SFI-elever med PTSD och SFI-lärare under SFI-utbildningen kan medverka till skapandet av elevernas självrelation.

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Publication 2-year master student thesis
Title Vem tror du att jag är? En studie av hur möten mellan SFI-elever med PTSD och SFI-lärare under SFI-utbildningen kan medverka till skapandet av elevernas självrelation.
Author Tegnér Hallin, Catarina
Date 2018
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The aim of this study is to inquire into the thoughts of students of Swedish for Immi-grants suffering from PTSD as well as other psychosocial disorders and teachers of Swedish for immigrants relating to the importance of the relation of recognition to the creation of self-relation, which is defined by Honneth (2003) as ” the awareness or per-ception a person has of herself considering which abilities she has been dealt” (Honneth 2003:101). My research questions concern the thoughts and perceptions that teachers of SFI and students suffering from PTSD-related issues have concerning the core in and purpose of the SFI-education as well as what they perceive might facilitate and/or obstruct the de-velopment of a positive self-relation. The study is based on Axel Honneth’s theory of recognition and moral violation as well as Pierre Bourdieu’s theory of social fields. The content of the study is based on four interviews with students and seven with teachers which were conducted during the fall of 2016 as well as spring of 2017. The interviews were conducted using Bourdieu’s methodological guidelines for interviews – participating objectification – the purpose of which is to develop data that enables the position of the interviewee to be analyzed without the scholar engaging in objectifying distance. In order for an individual to develop a positive self-relation in which he or she recei-ves the opportunity to develop self confidence, self respect as well as solidarity, a relat-ion of recognition on three levels is required, which according to Honneth is fundamen-tal to individual self-realization. The findings of the study show that the students of SFI-suffering from PTSD-disorder request recognition on all three of said levels, in-cluding the emotional first level, defined by Honneth as care for others for the sake of him or her. The included teachers are neither aware of or prepared for this, but belive that recognition on the remaining two levels, the moral/judicial and the self-worth/social appreciation level respectively, occur during SFI-education. Further, the teachers argue that conflicts occur relating to the teacher's perceptions of the students as responsible adult individuals versus the demands that society have regarding the content of SFI-education together with the requirements of rapid progression and integration into the system put forth by the employment office and/or social services. Said conflict generates an experience of teachers as being impersonal, nonindependent and disrespectful amongst students. The teachers consider relating to and recognizing students in ages, educational degrees and social backgrounds virtually comparable to their own to be considerably easier than relating to students whose are not.
Publisher Malmö universitet/Lärande och samhälle
Language swe (iso)
Subject Erkännande
Moralisk kränkning
SFI
Självrelation
Sociala fält
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