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PhD students / PhD projects


Majsa Allelin

PhD project: To understand and explain how and why Grade 9 students are expected to take responsibility on the Swedish education market, both when it comes to the choice of school and the every day school life.

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Johanna Andersson

PhD poject: To examine how sexual health is represented, communicated and made accessible through professionals in social work. The study intends to highlight sexual health as a phenomenon at a community level as well as an organizational level.

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Awla Rasool

PhD project: Honour-based violence and oppression

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Lowe Bergström

Rakel Berman

PhD project: Children´s experiences of shared residence, i. e. sharing their time between two households after the parental separation.
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Christofer Bjurhult

PhD project: To investigate how unaccompanied children, who live in a residential care unit for unaccompanied children, experience their daily lives and their beings - from an existential perspective.

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Kristin Blom

Åsa Borgström

PhD project: the research project Particip@tion on Internet? Pupils with intellectual disabilities and identification processes on Internet at University West, Trollhättan, Sweden.

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Anneli de Cabo y Morena

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Tua Hassling

PhD project: Domestic violence and child abuse and the need of child protection. In order to be able to recover from traumatic experiences, children may need immediate protection through the social services but they also need protection from continued violence and/or other factors that contribute to an unstable environment.

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Tobias Jansson

Bahran Kazemi

PhD project: Yhe construction of the group unaccompanied minors through compulsory care according to The Care of Young Persons Act (LVU).

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Johan Lindwall

PhD project focuses on the municipal addiction care program with regards to individuals using narcotics and the exercise of public authority. The dissertation aims to highlight different dimensions, experiences and areas of tension that caracterize the meeting between the social services and individuals using narcotics.

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Ariana Fernandes Guilherme

PhD project: Same, same but different...Why: A comparative study of the introductory programme for newly arrived refugees and immigrants in Denmark, Sweden and Norway.
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Fanny Holt

Linda Mossberg

PhD project: Vårdalinstitutet – the Swedish Institute for Health Sciences – is the financier as she is a part of the research project “Strategic collaboration - a study about planning and governance of care and rehabilitation of persons with mental disabilities”.
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Hanna Mac Innes

PhD project: Examining opportunities for social inclusion of older migrants.

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Satsuki Murofushi

PhD project: Examining the formal and informal care provided to frail elderly adults, as well as the support developed on a municipal level for their family caregivers. My dissertation aims to study the employment of family members as home care assistants.

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Narola Olsson

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Anna Ryan Begtsson

PhD project: Collective mobilization and practices of resistance among professional and occupational groups working in the welfare sector in Sweden. Research in different contexts, institutionally as well as geographically, has shown how changes in welfare policies under a neoliberal ideology, and the entry of New Public Management (NPM) in the public sector, have changed both working conditions and work content.

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Elisabet Sernbo

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Annika Nika Söderlund

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Elias Ternström

Nina Tryggvason

PhD project: The study takes it’s starting point from the sociology of childhood theory and will focus on participation processes in the family, from the children's perspective. The thesis is based in an international cross-cultural research project: Parenting Across Cultures (PAC).
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Russell Turner

PhD project: Part of the Lordia project, an inter-disciplinary research programme looking at psychosocial development during adolescence. My doctoral studies will be focusing on the development of drug use/abuse and criminality. In particular I will be looking at the role of family, school and friendship networks.

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Matti Wirehag

PhD project: Mainly on housing, housing rights and homelessness in both a Swedish and international perspective. The ongoing thesis is especially interested in the orgniazation and methods used to help homeless persons access housing.

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