Specialpedagogik och socialt arbete - samarbete i skyddat boende med familjer som är utsatta för våld i hemmet.

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Specialpedagogik och socialt arbete - samarbete i skyddat boende med familjer som är utsatta för våld i hemmet.

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Publication 2-year master student thesis
Title Specialpedagogik och socialt arbete - samarbete i skyddat boende med familjer som är utsatta för våld i hemmet.
Author Staxlund, Jenny
Date 2018
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Background: Children who grow up in families where violence prevails at home is in a traumatic situation and is at increased risk of developing mental health issues. Some of the exposed families come to sheltered housing. There special education and social workers work to support, protect and help them in the emergency crisis they are. The work is based on theories, research and approved experience. The background to the study is that I want to deepen myself in the process that has led to today's working method and I think that it is valuable insight to provide the interdisciplinary subject between pedagogy and social work. Parental capacity is affected when there is violence, that we know from research, but is it understood from the perspective of social workers and from the special education perspective? Aim and study questions: The aim is to make visible the multifaceted assignments of special education as part of the work on children who are exposed to domestic violence. The detailed questions are: • How does the process of special education work look like in sheltered housing? • What expectations do the social workers have on special education in sheltered housing? • How is parental capacity affected when there is domestic violence based on the social work perspective and from the special educational perspective? Theory: Theories used in the study are the special education perspective, a sociological theory of Bourdieu's concepts, habitus, capital and fields as explanation model and Vygotsky's pedagogical theory. Method: Three social workers who work in sheltered housing have been interviewed. All interviews have been recorded, transcribed and later analyzed. The interviews were semi-structured and were based on keywords. Even diary notes have been included in the empirical material. The methodology is based on a narrative approach. The result and analysis are categorized based on the themes presented in the stories. Presentation of empirical evidence: The empirical material shows that child perspective, thoughts about what is normal, routines, everyday structure, group dynamics and activities in the shelter are key parts. And how the work will focus on salutogenic, development, the future, opportunities for play and the environment. Finally, the results that deal with parental ability, emotions and the tools that professionals can afford to force those in needs to strengthen them in the future. Implications: Because of the study, I think there is a need to work interdisciplinary between social work and the special education. Together, these two professions can create favorable conditions for those families who are subjected to domestic violence when they come to sheltered housing. Based on the laws and governing documents available, it is obvious that there are requirements for how children´s right should be safeguarded. Conclusion: The conclusion is that improved efforts for children and parents in sheltered housing is an important part of reducing long-term domestic violence. Children are the adults of the future and if we can prevent violence at home, there may be opportunities to prevent domestic violence to continue for generations.
Publisher Malmö universitet/Lärande och samhälle
Language swe (iso)
Subject domestic violence
sheltered housing
social work
special education
trauma
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/25491 Permalink to this page
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