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Psykosocialt utsatta gymnasieungdomar - en kvalitativ intervjustudie
2004 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor)Student thesis
Abstract [sv]

Syftet med denna C-uppsats var att se hur den psykosociala situationen ser ut för ungdomar i ålder 16-19 år på gymnasiet. För att uppfylla syftet utgick jag från tre frågeställningar: - Vilka är de psykosocialt utsatta ungdomarna i ålder 16-19 år på gymnasiet och på vilket sätt är de utsatta? - Hur upplever personalen att den psykosociala utsattheten visar sig i skolmiljön? - Vilket stöd upplever personal inom gymnasieskolan de utsatta ungdomarna kan erbjudas? Jag har använt mig av kvalitativ metod och varit inspirerad av Grounded Theory. I undersökningen presenteras resultaten av datainsamlingen, baserat på intervjuer med halvstrukturerade frågor omfattande åtta personal i gymnasieskolan. Intervjupersonerna representerade skolhälsovård, elevvård, skolledning och lärare. Utifrån empirin sammanställdes fem olika kategorier med utsatta ungdomar. Dessa kategorier gavs namn Skilsmässobarn, Ungdomar som lever vuxenliv, Unga utanför, Pressade ungdomar och Skoltrötta/trötta ungdomar. Ytterligare fem kategorier framträdde som uttryck för den psykosociala utsattheten. Dessa kallade jag för Oro, Självdestruktivt beteende och/eller tankar, Antidepressiva medel, Bristande ansvarstagande och Övriga uttryck. Resultatet visade att skolpersonalen upplever att många ungdomar har en sämre psykisk hälsa. I diskussionen lyfte jag fram vikten av förebyggande psykosocialt arbete.

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The purpose of this essay was to examine what the psychosocial situation is like for young people aged between 16 and 19 in upper secondery school. In order to fullfill the purpose started with three questions: - Who are the psychosocially exposed young people in aged between 16 and 19 in upper secondary school and in what ways are they exposed? - How do persons working in upper secondary school perceive that the psychosocial exposure is displayed in the school environment? - What kind of support do persons working in upper secondary school fell that they offer psychosocially exposed young people? In my study I have used qualitative method inspired by Grounded Theory. In the essay the results of a data acquisition, based on interviews with half-open questions comprehending eight people working in upper secondary school, is presented. The interviewees represent school health care, student care, school administration as well as teachers. Based on the study five categories of young people living in psychosocially exposed situations were determined. These are: Children with separated parents, Young people with an adult lifestyle, Young people under pressure and Tired/tired of studies young people. The study also shows five categories of expressions from living in psychosocial exposure. I called these: Worry, Self-destructive behavior and/or thoughts, Lack of responsibility and Other expressions. The result shows that persons working in upper secondary school feel that many young people suffer from poor mental health. In the discussion I pointed out the importance of psychosocial work as preventive measure.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2004. , 40 p.
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URN: urn:nbn:se:kau:diva-59067Local ID: SOM C-8OAI: oai:DiVA.org:kau-59067DiVA: diva2:1123776
Subject / course
Social Work
Available from: 2017-07-13 Created: 2017-07-13

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