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    Skornja, Tarik
    University West, Department of Social and Behavioural Studies.
    Upplevelser av sociala mediers roll bland behandlingsassistenter i vård och behandling2012Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    This study purposed to increase the understanding of social media’s (Facebook, Twitter, blogs, forums) role of young people in care and treatment through interviews with professionals who work at HVB-homes (homes for care or residence). An additional purpose was to investigate whether the use of social media affects the work situation and work methods among the professionals. The study was based on a qualitative research approach with a thematic analysis. The result is based on semi structured interviews with five informants whose profession is care assistants. 

    The results showed that the informants experienced social media as a free zone, which creates problems, but also a sense of community. Social media is seen as a negative trend that is believed to lead to health risks and access to crime, but still gives them a sense of participation. By the results of the study we can see that young people are trying to increase their self-esteem and status by how they’re presenting themselves through social media. Suggestions for future research are a continuation of how social media are used by young people in the organization and mobilization in different contexts such as sports, demonstrations, and others; this from the young people’s point of view or other professionals who are in contact with young people. 

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