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Rehabilitering genom empowerment: possible selves som motivation.
University of Borås, School of Education and Behavioural Science.
University of Borås, School of Education and Behavioural Science.
2013 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor)Student thesisAlternative title
Rehabilitation through empowerment : possible selves as motivation. (English)
Abstract [sv]

Denna kvantitativa enkätstudie har sin utgångspunkt i empowerment och har utförts på ett svenskt brukarstyrt företag som bedriver missbruksrehabilitering efter en empowermentbaserad arbetsmodell. Denna rehabiliteringsmodell innebär att man aktivt jobbar med att stärka individens självbild och att öka dennes egenmakt. Syftet med modellen är att individen genom ökad självkontroll ska kunna ta ansvar för sin livssituation och därmed uppbringa den nödvändiga motivation som krävs för att få till stånd en långsiktig förändring. Studien har undersökt skillnader i possible selves mellan individer som befinner sig i respektive har fullgjort sin rehabilitering och som därefter valt att stanna kvar i verksamheten. Respondenterna ombads ange hur starka positiva respektive negativa känslor de förknippade med ett antal fördefinierade possible selves. Hälften av dessa possible selves var ämnade att ha positiv karaktär och den andra hälften att ha negativ karaktär. Respondenterna fick även skatta sannolikheten för att de själva skulle hamna i den aktuella situationen som varje påstående beskrev. Resultatet visade att de som fortfarande befann sig i rehabiliteringsfasen rapporterade fler negativa possible selves med åtminstone någon sannolikhet att inträffa. Styrkan på sannolikheten för att negativa possible selves skulle inträffa skattades också högre av denna grupp. Även antalet balanserade possible selves, alltså ett positivt och ett negativt possible self inom samma område, var fler i rehabiliteringsgruppen. Antagandet att en skillnad skulle föreligga även i avseendet synen på positiva possible selves fann studien inget stöd för.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
University of Borås/School of Education and Behavioural Sciences , 2013.
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Keywords [en]
Possible selves, Rehabilitering, Empowerment
Keywords [sv]
Missbruk
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Social Sciences
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URN: urn:nbn:se:hb:diva-17118Local ID: 2320/12296OAI: oai:DiVA.org:hb-17118DiVA, id: diva2:1309021
Note

This quantitative study has been designed with the concept empowerment as its starting point and has been conducted at a Swedish employee run corporation which is managing drug rehabilitation with an empowerment based working-model. This rehabilitation-model means actively pursuing the strengthening of the individual’s self-concept and to increase one´s sense of self-control. The purpose of the model is that the individual through increased self-control should be able to take responsibility for one´s life-situation and thereby seize the necessary motivation which is required to make a lasting change. This study has investigated the differences in possible selves between individuals who are undergoing, as opposed to have completed, rehabilitation and who thereafter have chosen to remain in the operations. The respondents were asked to report the strength of their positive and negative feelings respectively associated with a set of predefined possible selves. Half of these possible selves were designed to have a positive character while the other half where designed to have a negative character. The respondents also got to report the likelihood that they themselves would end up in the situation that each statement described. The result showed that those who were still in the rehabilitation phase reported more negative possible selves with at least some probability to come about. The strength of the probability that negative possible selves would come about was also reported higher by this group. The number of balanced possible selves, meaning a positive and a negative possible self within the same domain, were also more numerous in the rehabilitation-group. The assumption that there would also be a difference in the view regarding positive possible selves was not supported by this study.

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