Search for dissertations about: "work approach"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 3556 swedish dissertations containing the words work approach.

  1. 1. Managing social work Organisational conditions and everyday work for managers in the Swedish social services

    Author : Emelie Shanks; Tommy Lundström; Åke Bergmark; Staffan Höjer; []
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Social work; managers; social work management; social work administration; social work leadership; human service management; managerialism; marketisation; New Public Management; organisational conditions; social services; socialt arbete; Social Work;

    Abstract : The personal social services in Sweden have undergone major changes during recent decades, partly due to the reforms caused by the influence of New Public Management (NPM) and partly due to the trend towards greater specialisation. These changes have had consequences for both social work management and for social work practice. READ MORE

  2. 2. Knowing at work A study of professional knowledge in integration work directed to newly arrived immigrants

    University dissertation from Trollhättan : University West

    Author : Marie Vesterlind; Inga Wernersson; Thomas Winman; Anita Norlund; [2016]
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Professional knowledge; integration work; civic orientation; work integrated learning; meaning-making; standardization; quality; cultural brokers; Work Integrated Learning; Arbetsintegrerat lärande; Socialt arbete; Social work;

    Abstract : Currently, new knowledge domains and professions emerge as a consequence of societal changes that transform that conditions for work and work integrated learning. Integration work directed to newly arrived immigrants is one example of such a new professional knowledge domain. READ MORE

  3. 3. Experiencing work/non-work Theorising individuals’ process of integrating and segmenting work, family, social and private

    University dissertation from Jönköping : Jean-Charles Languilaire and Jönköping International Business School

    Author : Jean-Charles Languilaire; Tomas Müllern; Mikael Nordenmark; [2009]
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; work non-work; middle-manager; France; life domains; work-life field; boundary perspective; individuals work non-work experiences;

    Abstract : The relationships between work and personal life have been on the public, business, and research agenda for about 35 years. Perspectives on these relationships have shifted from a work-family to work-life or work-personal life focus, from a conflict to a balance or enrichment view and, finally, from a segmentation to an integration perspective. READ MORE

  4. 4. Implementing Community Based Re/habilitation in Uganda and Sweden A Comparative Approach

    University dissertation from Sundsvall : Mid Sweden University

    Author : Charlotte Persson; Masoud Kamali; Rafael Lindqvist; [2014]
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; International Social work; Social Justice; Disability; Travelling Ideas; Implementation; Community Based Rehabilitation;

    Abstract : In our global world, ideas in general and social work models in particular are spread and implemented in a variety of socioeconomic, political and cultural contexts, generating different outcomes. Many ideas and services launched in different countries by international organisations or governments in order to bring social justice to marginalised and oppressed groups, such as people with disabilities, have been criticised for not reaching or involving those such services aim to serve. READ MORE

  5. 5. Social Work Approaching Evidence-Based Practice. Rethinking Social Work

    University dissertation from Luleå tekniska universitet

    Author : Benitha Eliasson; [2014]
    Keywords : TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; Arbetsvetenskap; Human Work Science;

    Abstract : The Swedish public sector has undergone major changes over the last decades, with increased demands to be effective and perform their tasks with high quality, but also with the demand to increase the influence of users and citizens over the support given. This development has influenced how social services organise and how their work is perform, and is one motive given as to why evidence-based practice was introduced. READ MORE