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Between diverging discourses of the child: juveniles’ self-construction in coercive residential care
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
Based on a qualitative study, this article explores how Norwegian juveniles construct themselves through stories of everyday life in coercive residential care and how this is related to diverging discourses of the child’s ...
Barn på tvang. Nyere styringstrender og konkurrerende diskurser i institusjonsbarnevernet
(The University of Bergen, 2018-06-22)
How we give meaning to our experiences constructs reality, and thereby our social practices. This dissertation explores how children in coercive residential care give meaning to their experiences and how professionals ...
Discourses in Residential Child Care and Possibilities for Evidence-Based Practice
(Nordic network of researchers in the study of professions (NORDPRO), 2016)
This article explores professional discourses in the Norwegian residential child care system. It discusses how the discourses serve as constraints on and possibilities for evidence-based practice when different definitions ...
Mellom uansvarlig og kompetent - Forståelser av barnet og rettighetspraksiser blant ansatte i barnevernsinstitusjoner
This article explores variation in social workers’ understanding and practices related to the use of coercion and the protection of children's rights within residential child care in Norway. The inspiration behind this ...