Sygeplejestuderendes omsorgsforudsætninger ved studiestart i 2002

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    Abstract

    The object of the article is to describe the life-history-related care prerequisites of student nurses. The social-scientific study looks at students starting their professional bachelor training in 2002. The methods are based on mapping the population by means of a questionnaire which provides data about students' life histories. Additionally, nine selected students were interviewed to provide deeper insight into gender-related work-, domination- and relationship conditions within their families. A similar study of student nurses was carried out in 1987.

    In the constructed material from 2002, certain general and gender-specific care experiences were observed, which were not related to social class. At the same time, the material shows that the girls' social background leaves its mark on the care experiences. The finds are presented in the form of three constructed cases: Middleclass Lone, lower middle-class Mette and working class Nanna. The discussion puts into perspective which experiences are perceived as class-specific and which are likely to be anchored in an image of youth more characteristic of the period in relation to the first survey in 1987.

    Key words: Student nurses, care prerequisites, social and gender-related care experience.

    Eriksen Rask T, Vedsegaard H, Pedersen Krogsgaard M. Student nurses' care assumptions when they started their studies in 2002. Sygeplejersken 2008;(1):44-9.

    The object of the article is to describe the life-history-related care prerequisites of student nurses. The social-scientific study looks at students starting their professional bachelor training in 2002. The methods are based on mapping the population by means of a questionnaire which provides data about students' life histories. Additionally, nine selected students were interviewed to provide deeper insight into gender-related work-, domination- and relationship conditions within their families. A similar study of student nurses was carried out in 1987.

    In the constructed material from 2002, certain general and gender-specific care experiences were observed, which were not related to social class. At the same time, the material shows that the girls' social background leaves its mark on the care experiences. The finds are presented in the form of three constructed cases: Middleclass Lone, lower middle-class Mette and working class Nanna. The discussion puts into perspective which experiences are perceived as class-specific and which are likely to be anchored in an image of youth more characteristic of the period in relation to the first survey in 1987.

    OriginalsprogDansk
    TidsskriftSygeplejersken
    Udgave nummer1
    Sider (fra-til)44-49
    Antal sider6
    ISSN0049-3856
    StatusUdgivet - 10 jan. 2008

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