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  • Alfonsson, Johan, 1985- (författare)
  • Alienation och Arbete. Unga behovsanställdas villkor i den flexibla kapitalismen
  • 2020
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • The aim of this dissertation is to investigate how flexible capitalism, drawing from the case of on-call employees, influences the ability to control life and work and affects relationships with other people, both inside and outside work; and to investigate how this can be understood in terms of alienation. A subsidiary aim that emerges from this investigation is to develop existing alienation theories in a way that enables them to be used to understand human existence under flexible capitalism. Alienation is understood as a process in which something that should be connected has lost its connection: it is a relation of relationlessness. This raises three questions: How can we decide what a relation “ought” to be? What relations are being alienated and what is causing these relations to become relationless? In the thesis I use an immanent perspective to identify the “ought” in the studied context: the capitalist mode of production. For value to exist it is required that man is, as Marx puts it in Capital, “the free proprietor of his own labour-capacity, hence of his own person”. Thus, there is a premise of self-determination in capitalism. A premise which, because of man’s need to create value and the fact that her activity must be subordinated to the value logic, cannot be realized. This applies to everyone in our society, capitalists and labourers alike, and alienates man from her activity, herself, others and her product. This is understood as abstract alienation. On a concrete and specific level the control of how to reach this value-goal and to what extent this affects the individual’s life may differ depending on how value production takes place and the individual’s position in production. I call this concrete alienation and it can be understood as the concrete expression of the abstract alienation. In this way, alienation is neither a purely structural nor a purely subjective phenomenon. It can be both. Following changes in the accumulation regime the concrete alienation has transformed during the last decades, which is expressed in the on-call employees’ situation. Based on an analysis of 17 in-depth interviews I conclude that that their subjective motifs of being in the employment differ and their employment is objectively shaped differently. The objective and subjective dimensions are the basis for understanding on-call employees’ alienation at a concrete level. Drawing from Jaeggi’s qualified subjectivism I argue that since a premise of capitalism is self-determination, the individual must have a say in their situation and experience. If an individual feels that she can’t control her life she is thus alienated from the premise of self-determination. If she feels that she can control her life but this feeling is not realised, meaning that there is no objective possibility to control or steer her life, there is no self-determination and thus alienation persists even though it is not perceived. The result tells us that on-call employment can be used both as a way to increase the freedom and self-determination over one’s life and hinder it, it can instrumentalise life and work in a specific way, and it can hinder the control over social relations, both in and outside of work. As a result, even though they all experience abstract alienation, their level of concrete alienation differs.
  • Berlin, Marie, 1965- (författare)
  • Out-of-Home Care and Educational Outcomes Prevalence, Patterns and Consequences
  • 2020
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • <p>The aim of this thesis is to examine educational stratification in the context of out-of-home care (OHC; foster family care, residential care) and to place one of society’s most vulnerable groups in the fields of social stratification and family complexity research. About 5% of the Swedish population experience OHC during childhood or adolescence. OHC is not only a matter of protecting children and youth; it is also intended to improve future opportunities and compensate for adverse childhood factors. However, a vast body of international research, including Swedish studies, shows that a substantial proportion of young people from OHC have poor school performance and low educational attainment as adults. Furthermore, this is strongly associated with their high risk of other adverse outcomes in life. To date there are no signs of improvement in this regard, and the disadvantage of having a low education is increasing in today’s knowledge-based society.</p><p>Many previous OHC studies have relied on small, local samples, and longitudinal data are often lacking. In this respect, Swedish researchers are well positioned to contribute to the field through research based on our high-quality population registers. The main data source in this thesis – the Child Welfare Intervention Register – covers half a century of OHC data. Based on these data, an overview of OHC prevalence in Sweden and patterns of educational outcomes are presented in the introductory chapter. The thesis further consists of five individual studies investigating different aspects of the transition through the educational system to adult life among children and youth from OHC. Two of the five studies focus on children who spent most of their childhood in OHC and for whom society has assumed a long-term commitment of parental responsibilities.</p><p>The descriptive data show that patterns of poor educational outcomes in the OHC population have remained stable as long as they can be followed in the registers. Study I shows that youth who exited long-term care were disadvantaged as compared to youth without OHC experience, both in terms of educational attainment and regarding the strong association between poor school performance and other adverse outcomes in young adulthood. Up to 55% of their excess risks of later psychosocial problems were statistically attributable to dismal school performance. Study II shows that 54% of clients in substance-misuse treatment in the 1980s had been in OHC, half before their teen years and half as teenagers. In this group, OHC was associated with excess mortality during the 30-year follow-up from exit from treatment, with statistical significance mainly for females who had entered OHC before their teens. School failure was more common in the OHC population than for misuse clients without OHC experience, and was strongly associated with the excess mortality of females. Two Nordic comparative studies (Studies III and IV) show that the OHC population had a substantially higher risk of not completing upper-secondary education across countries, and that poor performance in primary school inflicted a greater risk in OHC youth of being NEET in young adulthood than for their peers without OHC experience. Study V shows that the intergenerational transmission of education was weak and inconsistent in the foster care setting, and that living in a highly educated foster family did not have a robust positive effect on foster children’s educational outcomes.</p>
  • Brandshaug, Malene (författare)
  • Liquid landscapes: Human-water interactions and water scarcity in Yanque, Peru
  • 2020
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • In the farming district of Yanque in the Southern Peruvian Andes, everyday life revolves around acquiring enough water for irrigation. This thesis concerns water scarcity and focuses on a range of water management practices. Based on ethnographic fieldwork conducted among small-scale farmers from January to December 2016, the core chapters of this thesis scrutinise how water is searched for in physical and bureaucratic landscapes; how it is captured in canals, reservoirs and fields; and how it is paid to and for through offerings to earth-beings and through money transfers to the state and water organisations. By paying attention to human-water interactions, the thesis not only explores what people do with water, but also the variations in what water is, becomes and does in Yanque. Hence, this study is situated within an anthropology concerned with more-than-human relations. In an Anthropocene world marked by increased water scarcity, Liquid landscapes also addresses the relation between national and regional politics of water governance and local water management. It argues that a historical continuity of water scarcity in Yanque is exacerbated by environmental changes concerning disappearing glaciers and irregular rains, as well as by a continued coloniality. The thesis shows how indeterminacy is created in political spaces, in the mountain and valley landscape, and through emotion and affect. Furthermore, by describing and analysing heterogeneous practices that Yanqueños prove to be remarkably skilled in navigating and evoking, the thesis seeks to move beyond what can appear to be opposing water realities. Liquid landscapes concludes that by enacting water as a sentient person and as a passive substance, Yanqueños do not simply adopt the dominant way of valuing water as an object to be used efficiently. Rather, they creatively combine divergent water management practices, use distinct yet entangled irrigation infrastructures, and make relevant multiple versions of water to deal with water scarcity. Moreover, the thesis ends by holding that although Yanque farmers are especially vulnerable to environmental and ecological changes, which are intensified by inequalities and marginalisation, the indeterminacy of their water situation is not only characterised by vulnerability and uncertainty, but also by strength, creativity and possibility.
  • Bäckström, Hanna, 1986- (författare)
  • Att hjälpa andra gåvans, rättvisans och medkänslans aporier i frivilligarbete
  • 2020
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • <p>The thesis addresses the issue of social work in Swedish civil society, focusing on the ambition and practice of helping others as an existential as well as a social, political and cultural phenomenon. The aim is to study the ambiguities and aporetic conflicts that imbue helping activities and the desire to help others, using ethnographic as well as philosophical method. An interview study comprising of 12 volunteers and activists, all working with begging EU-citizens in Sweden, was carried out between 2015 and 2016. The interviews aimed to gather context specific experiences of helping others from a vulnerable group, especially concerning questions of power asymmetry and moral and political dilemmas. Subsequently, a reading of the participants’ narratives informed by Jacques Derrida’s deconstruction was performed. Following Derrida’s understanding of deconstruction as a bipartite process, focusing on genealogy and representation as well as the logico-formal paradoxes, aporias or ‘undecidables’, that characterise certain phenomena, two strands of research questions guided the analysis: Firstly, how do the participants understand and create meaning regarding their helping activities? And secondly, what seemingly impossible paradoxes, aporias, emerge in the constituting ideas and practices of helping, as they are expressed in the participants' narratives?</p><p>Resulting from this reading and a parallel literature study, three main areas of conflict were identified: altruistic gift-giving vs. reciprocity and exchange, objective and structural justice vs. personal relations and exceptions, and lastly, the meaning of empathy as well as the difficulty of representing the suffering of others. The main theoretical sources are Derrida, Emmanuel Levinas, Hélène Cixous and Jessica Benjamin, whose writings on economy, gifts, responsibility, desire and intersubjectivity respectively, are employed to understand and theoretically develop the participants' experiences.</p><p>Connecting the difficulty of doing a good deed to feminist ethical elaborations on care and justice, I conclusively argue for a deconstructive ethics of care, that takes the aporetic character of helping others into account, while not relinquishing the responsibility towards the other and the possibility of solidarity.</p>
  • Curtis, Reed T., 1984- (författare)
  • Without mast, without sails, without compass Non-traditional trajectories into higher education and the duality of the folk-market
  • 2020
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • <p>In 1809, the trajectory of Swedish history and the identities associated with the country changed after Finland was lost to Russia. Swedish General von Döbeln explained that the loss left the nation "without mast, without sails, without compass." The research within this dissertation is not of war but of a similar sense of loss. The loss of the folk-home.</p><p>Through an abductive case-study of present-day students entering higher education, the author explores the sociocultural history of Sweden, the Swedish education system, student self-efficacy beliefs, and the educational trajectories students experience on their way into higher education. This research uses a mixed methods design where a quantitative survey and qualitative narrative interviews complement each other. First, students within an introduction to university learning summer course at a large research university in Sweden completed a psychosocial survey measuring their self-efficacy beliefs about their academic skills and career decision making abilities. A statistically significant correlation was found between the two measures. </p><p>Second, 11 students from the same course participated in narrative interviews where they detailed their educational trajectories between upper-secondary education and higher education. The author constructed, analyzed, mapped, and discussed each narrative using careership and social cognitive theory. Students within this study suggest that their transition between compulsory education and upper-secondary education was particularly impactful and shaped their self-efficacy beliefs and educational trajectories into higher education. Students describe a lonely process of upper-secondary education decision making at the age of 15 when they were sent to market without preparation, without support, and without the necessary tools. The majority eventually changed academic programs and schools during upper-secondary education. This led to lengthy ruptures outside of formal education that significantly delayed their progress towards graduation. Students only later decided to pursue a non-traditional trajectory into higher education after the negative self-efficacy beliefs they developed during these ruptures were challenged externally.</p><p>Lastly, previous research, theory, and the empirical findings were systematically combined through an interactive process of abduction. First, the author developed the concept of the folk-market, which better represents the current neoliberal welfare model present in late modern Sweden. The folk-market must be understood as a duality. The folk-market is both a market <em>for </em>folk and a market <em>of</em> folk. Citizens are both the consumers and the consumed. Second, the author presents folk-market theory, which suggests that neoliberal reforms that embed markets within welfare systems alter transition regimes, redirect state responsibility, and distance the connections citizens have with the state. Therefore, the findings suggest that notions of statist individualism misrepresent late modern Sweden. The relationships individuals and families have with the state are now indirect and filtered through the folk-market. This study also indicates that though Swedish, neoliberal, and adolescent narratives of "autonomous youth" are unrealistic, they directly shape educational policy in Sweden. As such, many students in Sweden are left navigating a competitive folk-market without mast, without sails, without compass.</p>
  • Helmfrid, Sigrun, 1955- (författare)
  • Cotton and Cabaret Domestic Economy and Female Agency in Burkina Faso
  • 2020
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • <p>This study investigates the functioning of the domestic economy of smallholder cotton farmers with the overall aim of interrogating female agency, based on ethnographic fieldwork in Burkina Faso in the mid-1990s. The thesis addresses the following interrelated research questions: How were the smallholder domestic economies organized and how did they function? What were the mechanisms for economic inequality and social stratification? To what extent did women benefit from cotton farming? What economic strategies were available to women? And finally, how could female agency be conceptualized in relation to the domestic unit under male headship? Permeating the analysis is the insight that domestic economies of many West African farming societies consist of separate but interconnected economic domains, the “common” economy of the farming unit and the “individual” economies of its male and female members. It demonstrates that women have vested interests in both the common economy and their individual ones, since women’s individual undertakings, to a large extent, are motivated by their gendered responsibilities towards the domestic group. The study argues for an agency concept that captures the different modes in which women exercise agency, both as individuals and as members of social bodies.</p>
  • Hjärpe, Teres (författare)
  • Mätning och motstånd : Sifferstyrning i socialtjänstens vardag
  • 2020. - 1st
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • In the name of transparency and accountability, numbers and statistics have gained importance as indicators of quality, effectiveness and efficiency of welfare services such as social work. It has been argued that the requirements to formalise how and on what grounds decisions are made have undermined the professional autonomy and discretion of social workers. These requests have arguably also led to new kinds of knowledge use in social work. The purpose of this dissertation is to explore how social work practice takes form and develops around quantification and measuring activities based on the following questions: 1. How are numbers used to govern social workers’ judgements and decisions? 2. What practices arise as a response to this “governing by numbers”? and 3. What are the consequences of quantification and measuring activities for the way knowledge is constructed at the social service office?Ethnographic fieldwork was conducted in several Swedish municipalities, with a focus on child welfare investigations and assistance assessments for elderly, sick and disabled citizens. The dissertation is based on data from participant observations, “shadowing”, interviews, photographs and documents. Theoretically, the analysis primarily builds on an interactionist, sociology of knowledge approach. In addition, inspiration comes from governmentality and “governing by numbers”- theory and studies of stat-activist (i.e. resistance by numbers) and pragmatic resistance.Selected cases of number-based governance are analysed in four empirical chapters: Clock-time governance of child welfare investigations; governing by comparing care managers performance; governing by controlling the measurable and making what has been made invisible visible.This study provides a concrete empirical illustration of metric cultures emerging in the social services. The emergence of those metric cultures stems from the tension between governing-by-numbers initiatives “from above” and the way in which the social workers “from below” also use quantification for resistance and counter purposes. The study shows that on the one hand number-based directives in many ways help and give social workers "clear" guidelines in the context of busy work schedules. Additionally, metrics serve as important ammunition when social workers negotiate and demand resources, and monitor their workload. On the other hand, it is shown that the governing-by-numbers initiatives have led to new ways for social workers to understand and talk about their tasks. In managements’ supervision of the social workers, and arguably also in client meetings, the numbers offer a neutral and objective language distancing the message from the sender, and excluding knowledge perceived as subjective. New dilemmas follow, as well as increased control over the social workers by management, new and time-consuming administrative work and an attention shift from clients to measurable achievements.
  • Hoppstadius, Helena, 1970- (författare)
  • Mäns våld mot kvinnor Diskurser och kunskap i det sociala arbetets praktik
  • 2020
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • <p>I avhandlingen analyseras vilken kunskap och diskurser som vägleder socialtjänstens arbete med mäns våld mot kvinnor. Avhandlingens övergripande frågeställningar fokuserar på: diskurser om mäns våld i Socialstyrelsens utbildningsmaterial, socialarbetares kunskapsbehov och hur dessa tillgodoses, samt socialarbetares uppfattningar om mäns våld mot kvinnor. Avhandlingen har ett feministiskt och intersektionellt perspektiv och bygger på två delstudier. I den första delstudien används kvalitativa metoder, och empirin består av fem utbildningsmaterial om mäns våld mot kvinnor som publicerats av Socialstyrelsen. Empirin analyserats med hjälp av Carol Bacchis policy approach What’s the Problem Represented to be?, och Norman Faircloughs kritiska diskursanalys. Empirin i den andra delstudien utgörs av enkätdata som inhämtats bland 153 socialarbetare verksamma i socialtjänsten i tre svenska kommuner med olika demografi och geografisk placering. Avhandlingen visar tre centrala resultat. För det första framställs mäns våld i könsneutrala termer och våldet beskrivs som ett relationsvåld och/eller familjevåld. För det andra problematiserar utbildningsmaterialens texter inte mäns överordning, de fäster inte heller någon särskild vikt vid strukturella orsakssammanhang. För det tredje centreras kunskapen och diskurserna kring individuella behov och orsaker. Främst fokuseras behoven hos de grupper av kvinnor som Regeringen menar är särskilt sårbara för våld. Det senare leder till att kvinnor kollektiviseras och att mäns ansvar för våldet, i synnerhet svenska män, och sambandet mellan våld, jämlikhet och andra sociala strukturer förbises. Professionell erfarenhet i ärenden där våld förekommer och utbildning inom området är faktorer som socialarbetarna anser bidragit till att öka deras kunskap. Trots detta uppger respondenter med lång arbetslivserfarenhet, hög utbildning, och fortbildning att de saknar kunskap om mäns våld mot kvinnor. Även fast att socialarbetarna upplever kunskapsbrist, visar resultatet att socialarbetarna endast tagit del stöddokument i begränsad omfattning. Den här avhandlingen bidrar med kunskap om vikten av språkanvändning och hur vi förstår mäns våld mot kvinnor. Resultatet kan användas för att ifrågasätta och utmana rådande normer om mäns våld i samhället.</p>
  • Höglund, Jenny, 1974- (författare)
  • Naturbaserade insatser i socialt arbete En studie av lantgårdsbaserade dagverksamheter med sociala mål
  • 2020
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • <p>Detta är en avhandling om naturbaserade insatser i socialt arbete med fokus på lantgårdsbaserade dagverksamheter med sociala mål. Lantgårdsbaserade dagverksamheter har tidigare uppmärksammats i exempelvis Norge, Nederländerna och Storbritannien. I det svenska sammanhanget saknades dock kunskap om insatsernas förekomst och vardagliga praktik ur handledarnas och deltagarnas perspektiv.</p><p>Det övergripande syftet har varit att beskriva och analysera <em>hur </em>dagverksamheter med utgångspunkt i lantgårdsmiljöer med djur utformas som insatser med sociala mål, samt <em>vad</em> anordnare/handledare och deltagare tillskriver värde och mening i ett urval av verksamheter. Insatserna som studerats är inriktade mot att ge meningsfull sysselsättning för personer med funktionsnedsättning alternativt arbetslivsinriktad rehabilitering för personer sjukskrivna eller arbetslösa till följd av psykisk ohälsa. Resultatet visar att insatserna är en sammansättning av tre nyckelement: <em>sociala sammanhang</em> med handledare, deltagargrupper och djuren som aktörer, <em>lantgårdsmiljön</em> som fysiska arena och <em>lantgårdsunderstödda aktiviteter</em> som är i fokus under dagarna. Ett centralt resultat i avhandlingen är att nyckelelement samspelar i den vardagliga praktiken. En vardaglig praktik där såväl interaktion mellan människor, samspel med djur som upplevelser av miljön tillskrivs betydelse.</p>
  • Lindahl, Jonas, 1978- (författare)
  • In search of future excellence bibliometric indicators, gender differences, and predicting research performance in the early career
  • 2020
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • <p>The governance of higher education institutions and science have endured significant changes during the last decades, emphasizing competitiveness, performance, and excellence. Embedded in this development is an increased use of bibliometric indicators as decision support tools in contexts of e.g., employment, appointment, and funding. These changes have gradually extended to the early career phase and the doctoral education.</p><p>The aim of this thesis is to make a contribution to an ongoing discussion about the predictability of research performance and the reasonability of using bibliometric indicators in the early career, with a focus on gender differences. The thesis revolves around three overarching research questions focusing the early career and the doctoral education: (1) the degree to which research performance, as operationalized with bibliometric indicators, is predictable; (2) the degree to which gender differences in early career performance can be explained by research performance during the doctoral education; and (3) to what degree factors such as collaboration and supervisor behaviour, might affect gender differences in research performance.</p><p>The main results suggests that research performance in the early career, as operationalized by bibliometric indicators, is predictable. Individuals who publish larger volumes, publish more in high prestige journals, and more excellent research early in their career, are more likely to attain excellence later on. The results also indicates that gender differences in performance can be observed as early asduring doctor education and that these differences partly explain the observed performance differences between males and females in the early career.</p><p>Finally, the results suggests that gender differences in performance during doctoral education can largely be explained by the doctoral student’s collaborative networks and supervisor behaviour. It is concluded that while research performance, as operationalized by bibliometric indicators, duringthe early career is predictable, there are gender differences in performance that have to be taken into consideration. If they are not, the use of these types of performance indicators in science policy and management might increase the gender gap in science.</p>
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