Hverdagsrehabilitering og motivationsforhandling
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Hjortebjerg, Jenny Maria Magnusson1, Forfatter
Strøbæk, Pernille2, Vejleder
1Det Samfundsvidenskabelige Fakultet, Københavns Universitet, København, Danmark, diskurs:7001              
2Institut for Psykologi, Det Samfundsvidenskabelige Fakultet, Københavns Universitet, København, Danmark, diskurs:7012              
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Ukontrollerede emneord: motivation, hverdagsrehabilitering
 Abstract: Everyday rehabilitation has since its introduction to the first Danish municipality in 2007 been spreading to other municipalities nation wide with rapid speed. The concept is part of a paradigmatic change occurring in the public sector’s home care; a shift is made from a home care characterized by a service-oriented approach to, instead, an activating approach. Research on the concept of motivation in regard to this new approach in the home care sector is limited, however, a number of research studies and evaluations mention citizen motivation as a crucial factor in regard to the approach’s success possibilities, but further studies on this subject have not been conducted in a Danish context. The purpose of this thesis, therefore, is to explore the characteristics of the citizens’ and employees’ understanding and negotiation of motivation.
After an inquiry, with a historic perspective, on different psychological understandings of motivation a systemic approach represented by Martin E. Ford and Albert Bandura, assuming humans as intentional and agentive operating in a transactional relationship with the surrounding environment, is adopted. A qualitative research design is created, involving observations in a Danish municipalitie’s home care unit, followed by interviews with four of the observed actors; two citizens and two employees.
A phenomenological approach is found suitable for analysis of the generated data and findings suggest sixteen themes of importance for the understanding and negotiation of motivation. These themes are synthesized in terms of their relations to three zones: a societal/organizational zone, a local zone and a personal zone.
It is discussed how the transactional understanding of human behaviour can offer an understanding of the relationships found between several of the zone’s themes. The concept of self-efficacy is explored in relation to the results, and it is found that some of the theoretically described information sources of self-efficacy are found relevant for the understanding of the results. It is also argued, however, that the results can shed light on some of the theory’s less elaborated elements. It is concluded that the understanding and negotiation of motivation is a dynamic concept determined by a number of factors occurring both in relation to the individual and the environment in a transactional manner.
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 Type: Speciale
Alternativ titel: En kvalitativ undersøgelse af forståelse og forhandling af motivation i mødet mellem borger og medarbejder i en hverdagsrehabiliterende hjemmeplejeindsats
Alternativ titel: Everyday Rehabilitation and Motivation Negotiation
Alternativ titel: A qualitative study of the understanding and negotiation of motivation in the meeting between citizen and employee in an everyday rehabilitation home care unit
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Sprog: Danish - dan
 Datoer: 2014-01-07
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 Publiceringsinfo: København : Københavns Universitet
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 Type: Speciale
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