Sökning: "barn och fritid"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 6 avhandlingar innehållade orden barn och fritid.
1. Family theme parks, happiness and children’s consumption : From roller-coasters to Pippi Longstocking
Sammanfattning : This book provides an ethnographic contribution to research on children’s consumption, family life and happiness. Various and shifting notions of happiness are explored, as well as conditions for and challenges to happiness, through an analysis of video-recorded interviews and mobile ethnography conducted in two of the most popular theme parks in Sweden. LÄS MER
2. Screen Rites: a study of Swedish young people´s use and meaning-making of screen-based media in everyday life
Sammanfattning : We are all aware of how many different media have become a familiar equipment in the home, perceived as any other furnityre. The media have become more or less unconsciously intertwined in everyday routines. LÄS MER
3. Färmedelsvalets komplexa förutsättningar : En studie av arbetspendling i småbarnshushåll med Kils kommun som exempel
Sammanfattning : Gottfridsson, H. O., 2007, Färdmedelsvalets komplexa förutsättningar - En studie av arbetspendling i småbarnshushåll med Kils kommun som exempel, (Complex conditions governing choice of transport - A study of parents of young children commuting to work from the municipality of Kil). LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Aims: To analyse the associations between health and neighbourhood social position, measured by a composite index (Care Need Index, CNI). Furthermore evaluate CNI in preparation for future analysis of its usefulness for allocating primary health care resources to deprived neighbourhoods. LÄS MER
5. Supported housing in the community for persons with severe mental illness. Psychosocial environment, needs, quality of life and social network
Sammanfattning : This study investigated psychosocial environment, needs, quality of life and social network for persons with severe mental illness in supported housing in the community. Eighty-three persons with severe mental illness living in three different types of housing setting accepted to participate in the interviews, which took place between December 1997 and April 2000. LÄS MER