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ELEVGENERERAT VÅLD MOT LÄRARE: UTSTRÄCKNING OCH SAMBAND MED LÄRARES DEMOGRAFISKA FAKTORER
Örebro University, School of Law, Psychology and Social Work.
Örebro University, School of Law, Psychology and Social Work.
2018 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [sv]

Tidigare studier har funnit att lärares demografiska faktorer har ett samband med deras utsatthet för elevgenererat våld. Med anledning av detta blev syftet med denna kvantitativa tvärsnittsstudie att undersöka svenska grundskole- och gymnasielärares utsatthet för elevgenererat våld, samt om lärares demografiska faktorer kön, ålder, yrkesverksamma år och etnicitet hade ett samband med deras utsatthet för verbalt och fysiskt våld. Rekryteringen skedde via Facebook inlägg och mejl till rektorer samt biträdande rektorer där en webbenkät och ett informationsbrev bifogades. Nittiotre lärare deltog i studien (kvinnor = 63 och män = 30) varav 65,2 % av lärarna hade varit utsatta för elevgenererat våld minst en gång under de senaste 12 månaderna. Lärarna hade utsatts för verbalt elevgenererat våld i större utsträckning än fysiskt våld. Signifikanta samband tyder på att utsatthet för elevgenererat våld är vanligare hos yngre än äldre lärare samt hos lärare med annan etnisk bakgrund än svensk. Det fanns inte några samband mellan lärarnas utsatthet för elevgenererat våld och deras kön respektive yrkesverksamma år som lärare. En logistisk regression visade att lärare med annan etnisk bakgrund har ökad risk att utsättas för fysiskt elevgenererat våld. Trots ett litet urval verkar lärares demografiska faktorer påverka deras utsatthet för elevgenererat våld

Abstract [en]

Previous studies have found that teachers' demographic factors are related to their vulnerability to student-generated violence. Because of this, the purpose of this quantitative cross-sectional study to examine the vulnerability to student’s violence in Sweden to upper secondary school and high school teachers, as well as teachers' demographic factors gender, age, work experience and ethnicity were related to their exposure to verbal and physical violence. Recruitment was via Facebook posts and emails to principals and assistant principals where a website and an information letter were attached. Ninety-three teachers participated in the study (women = 63 and men = 30), of which 65,2 % of the teachers had been exposed to student-generated violence at least once in the past 12 months. Teachers had been exposed to verbal student-generated violence to a greater extent than physical violence. Significant connection suggests that vulnerability to student-generated violence is more common in younger than older teachers, as well as in teachers with a different ethnic background than Swedish. There was no connection between teachers' gender and work experience as teachers and their vulnerability to student-generated violence. A logistic regression showed that teachers with different ethnic backgrounds have an increased risk of being subjected to student-generated physical violence. Despite a small selection, it is concluded that teachers' demographic factors may affect their vulnerability to student-generated violence.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2018. , p. 33
Keywords [en]
primary- and secondary school teachers, gender, age, ethnicity, work experience, student generated violence
Keywords [sv]
grundskole- och gymnasielärare, kön, ålder, etnicitet, yrkesverksamma år, elevgenererat våld.
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URN: urn:nbn:se:oru:diva-69596OAI: oai:DiVA.org:oru-69596DiVA, id: diva2:1256362
Subject / course
Criminology
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Available from: 2018-10-16 Created: 2018-10-16 Last updated: 2018-10-16Bibliographically approved

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