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Växelvis boende och stress
Örebro University, Department of Behavioural, Social and Legal Sciences.
Örebro University, Department of Behavioural, Social and Legal Sciences.
2008 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [sv]

Syftet med föreliggande studie var att jämföra stressupplevelsen hos unga kvinnor som har bott i växelvis boende med unga kvinnor som har bott i kärnfamilj. Två fokusgruppsintervjuer genomfördes där sammanlagt tio kvinnor medverkade i åldern 16-20 år. Med hjälp av en intervjuguide, som innehöll frågeställningar vilka behandlade begreppet stress, upplevelsen av kvinnornas vardag och boendeform samt kvinnornas kontakt med föräldrar, syskon, släkt och vänner, besvarades frågeställningarna. Utgångspunkten för analysen har förutom tidigare forskning varit Aaron Antonovskys teori KASAM vilket ansågs relevant då känslan av sammanhang grundläggs i barndomen och fokuserar på god hälsa. Resultatet visade bland annat att de unga kvinnorna vilka hade bott i kärnfamilj endast gav uttryck för en skolrelaterad stress medan kvinnorna med erfarenhet från ett växelvis boende uppgav att deras stress var kopplad till både boendeform, fritid och föräldrarelationen. Studiens slutsats var att dessa kvinnor upplevde fler stressfaktorer i sin omgivning, där framförallt föräldrarnas konfliktnivå och lojalitetskonflikten var avgörande. Därutöver framkom att syskonstödet kunde vara mer betydelsefullt än föräldrastödet för kvinnorna med erfarenhet av ett växelvis boende.

Abstract [en]

The main objective in this study was to examine if womens’ experience of stress differs depending on their form of living, core family as compared to living alternatingly with mother and father. The method chosen was focus group interviews with two groups with ten young women in the age of 16 to 20 years. The interviews were designed to elicit a discussion on the topics given in the interview schedule. This schedule contined questions about the concept of stress, how the participants experienced their form living and contact with parents, siblings, relatives and friends. The starting point of the analysis has, among other research, been Antonovskys theory of KASAM. The theory was considered to be relevant because the basic idea in the theory is that the founding of “a sense of coherence” develops during childhood and focuses on good health during this period. The results showed, among other things, that the informants in core families only expressed school related stress while the informants in the group alternating between the parents stated that their stress was more connected to their living arrangement, spare time and the relationship with their parents. Moreover, this group also expressed the conflicts between their parents and the sense of loyalty towards the parents as stressfull. In addition to that the study showed that support from siblings could be of more crucial importance compared to parental support for the young women in the “alternating living” group. To sum up, the conclusion of this study is that the women in the “alternating living” group experienced more stress factors in their surroundings.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2008. , 35 p.
Keyword [en]
Young women, alternating living between the parents, stress
Keyword [sv]
Unga kvinnor, växelvis boende, stress
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Social Work
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URN: urn:nbn:se:oru:diva-1952ISRN: ORU-BSR/SA-C--08/0116--SEOAI: oai:DiVA.org:oru-1952DiVA: diva2:135688
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