Because of high degree of welfare complexity, the social challenges we face today are very different from when the welfare state was formed. We have, with curiosity, focused on relational interaction between the ‘special staff’ and ordinary employees in the social enterprise Café Ingeborg in Ringsted. Here we have tried to investigate the following questions: What characterizes ‘the social spaces’, when there are increased relational focus, in the employee and citizen interaction? How are social values challenged? In what way has positioning importance? How does relations make cultural importance? We have done that by interviewing three from the special staff and the woman in charge of Café Ingeborg. This thesis will clarify (1) whether people feel excluded and in what way, (2) whether people perceive the relations, they are part of, as equal and (3) what it takes for people to 'move'. Moreover, we have looked into, (4) which culture that can be helpful to promote this motion. The conclusion is: if focusing on the citizen-employee relational interaction, the social spaces will be characterized by a high degree of trust and social capital, which can be seen as a circular process in the interaction where individuals will have the opportunity to develop his or her capabilities.
|Uddannelser||Master i Socialt Entreprenørskab (MSE), (Masteruddannelse) Master|
|Udgivelsesdato||17 dec. 2019|
|Vejledere||Christine Revsbech Jensen|