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  1. 1. Gestaltningar av offererfarenheter: samtal med unga män som utsatts för brott

    Detta är en avhandling från Lund University, Dept. of Sociology, P.O. Box 114 SE-221 00 Lund, Sweden

    Författare :Veronika Burcar Alm; [2005]
    Nyckelord :SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Samhällsvetenskaper; Social sciences; young men; violence; victim status; victimhood; vagueness; support; speech as action; robbery; rhetoric; pronoun; positioning; police; play down; narrative; masculinity; judiciary; identity; humour; crime victim; conversation; constructionism; competence; assault; actor; ambivalence; Criminology; Kriminologi; Sociology; Sociologi; Social psychology; Socialpsykologi;

    Sammanfattning : In this dissertation, young men's experiences of being victims of crime are analysed. Several kinds of material are considered in this study, but the primary data consist of informal, tape-recorded interviews with ten young men (17 to 21 year's old) who had been assaulted or mugged. LÄS MER

  2. 2. Victimization, Positioning, and Support : Young Victims' Experiences of Crime

    Detta är en avhandling från Örebro : Örebro University

    Författare :Sara Thunberg; Åsa Källström; Kjerstin Andersson Bruck; Terese Glatz; Simon Green; [2020]
    Nyckelord :SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Youth; Young People; Victimization; Support; Positioning; Professional; Family; Friends; Information; Practical help;

    Sammanfattning : Victimization early in life can result in a number of different short and long-term consequences, for which young people might need help and support. However, from previous research it is unclear what kind of support young people perceive as supportive. LÄS MER

  3. 3. Villiga stödjare och motvilliga offer : Självpresentation och identitetsskapande hos stödjare och brottsoffer

    Detta är en avhandling från Örebro : Örebro University

    Författare :Lotta Jägervi; [2016]
    Nyckelord :SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Crime victim; victim support; social identity; self-presentation;

    Sammanfattning : Crime victim is a term with many connotations, which has been criticized for implying passivity and helplessness. To be categorized as a crime victim is not always welcomed. Still, being able to claim status as a victim is also connected to gains, in terms of both financial compensation and emotional support and compassion. LÄS MER

  4. 4. Mellan systerskap och behandling : Omförhandlingar inom ett förändrat stödfält för våldsutsatta kvinnor

    Detta är en avhandling från Örebro : Örebro University

    Författare :Sara Helmersson; [2017-02-16]
    Nyckelord :SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Våld i nära relationer; våldsutsatta kvinnor; kvinnojour; socialtjänsten; stöd; samtal; behandling; violence in intimate relationships; abused women; women s shelter; social services; support; counselling;

    Sammanfattning : In Sweden, support for abused women has historically been a task for female volunteers in women’s shelters. However, due to amendments in the Social Services Act, some local municipalities have in recent years initiated services for people with experience of violence in intimate relationships, often women and men, abused as well as abusers. LÄS MER

  5. 5. The Emergence of the Crime Victim in the Swedish Social Services Act

    Detta är en avhandling från Stockholm : Department of Social Work, Stockholm University

    Författare :Carina Ljungwald; Stockholms universitet.; [2011]
    Nyckelord :SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; crime victim; domestic violence; social welfare law; social work; social services; SOCIAL SCIENCES Social sciences Social work; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP Socialvetenskap Socialt arbete; Social Work; socialt arbete;

    Sammanfattning : This study sought to explain how crime victims emerged as a target group in the Swedish Social Services Act in 2001. The findings, derived from legislative documents, a literature review, and focus group interviews with social workers, showed that the 2001 provisions both duplicated and undermined pre-existing provisions of the Social Services Act. LÄS MER