This study investigates the work of the SSP (a collaboration between the schools, the social services and the police) and their work with the the social norms approach (social pejling) norms approach, which mainly focuses on preventing criminal and unwanted behavior. SSP is targeting sixth graders with this approach in a collaboration between the municipalities in Københavns Vestegn. Our attention is directed on what exactly happens in the meeting be-tween a standardized concept of a questionnaire and a dynamic entity of a classroom. This study is built upon a two day fieldwork in two sixth grades in Ballerup, and with the infor-mation collected from this case study we have analyzed and discussed the work of SSP with focus on illuminating the process between the intermediary and the children and their re-spective agendas in the classroom. We have examined the social political background of SSP and used prevention theory from their prevention concept and the theory and term of vulnerability. They are included with the purpose of expanding our understanding and knowledge of the positive and negative attributes of preventional work. During this study we have reached the conclusion that SSP is a product of a historical dis-course and structural changes in society with a humanistic starting point, but balances on the line between being a caretaker and an agency of control. Furthermore we can conclude that making a standardized session making a static concept as a prevention crime is a complicated matter because a context is dynamic, meaning that there always will appear variations.
|Uddannelser||Pædagogik og Uddannelsesstudier, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor|
|Udgivelsesdato||21 dec. 2015|
- social bearing
- social pejling