SÄRSKILT BOENDE SOM MÖTESPLATS En studie av vardagliga relationer mellan personal och de boende

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SÄRSKILT BOENDE SOM MÖTESPLATS En studie av vardagliga relationer mellan personal och de boende

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Publication Student thesis
Title SÄRSKILT BOENDE SOM MÖTESPLATS En studie av vardagliga relationer mellan personal och de boende
Author(s) El-zein, Faozi ; Jasharaj, Besim
Date 2011
English abstract
Abstract This essay is about the visibility of everyday life in a nursing home. The thesis is based on the following questions: What characterizes the social life and conversation between staff and residents? What content has the social life and the conversation between these parties? What is the power relationship between the staff and residents? To answer these questions, we used the qualitative approach with open observations, along with interviews. The study is partly based on direct observation by an observer as a participant in a special housing, and on semi-structured interviews with seven respondents, three of them staff and four residents in the same nursing home. For the results and analysis section, we use the Grounded Theory as a method which constructs a parallel between data processing and analysis of the interviews, where we first encode, categorize and create themes. These we use then to tie our results to the symbolic interactionism, and role theory.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Hälsa och samhälle
Pages 53
Language swe (iso)
Subject(s) residents
care staff
meeting
relationship
conversation
social life and nursing home
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/11689 (link to this page)

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