This thesis examines how social acceleration have an influence on Danish adult- and child care- workers work-life. Furthermore, in which extend the society and the work community can reduce and prevent work related traumatic stress among them. Our approach has been positioned by the critical theory perspective. Through an analysis of four interviews with previously stressed out adult- and child- care workers, we applied the knowledge of Hartmut Rosa and Nadja U. Prætorius. The findings are expressed in how the social acceleration affects the adult- and child- care workers to suppress their professional and personal skills, which leads to work related traumatic stress and alienation. The society and the work community can reduce and prevent work related traumatic stress among adult- and child- care workers in a limited period through enhancing psychosocial work environment, and enhancing the cooperation between leaders, workers and the local authority. Our final conclusion extrapolates the need to discuss which values our society prefer, in order to prevent work related traumatic stress among adult- and child- care workers in the Danish society.
|Uddannelser||Arbejdslivsstudier, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||30 jun. 2018|
|Vejledere||Klaus T. Nielsen|