Nya verktyg – nytt föräldraskap?: En studie om Kometprogrammets syfte och påverkan på samspelet mellan förälder och barn
Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Parent training programmes is a wide phenomenon in Sweden today and is concidered to be the most effective method for parents with cildren who have conduct problems. The Komet programme is a manualbased parent training programe developed by the city of Stockholm to strengten interaction between parent and child as well as reducing conflicts in families. The aim of this study was to examine the puspose of the Komet programme as well as the influence it may have on interaction between parent and child. To fulfil the purpose six qualitative interviews were conducted, two interviews with professionals from the Komet programme and four interviews with parents who had participated in the Komet programme. A multidimensional tool for interpretation was used, containing normalisationperspective with focus on child upbringing, roletheory and attachmenttheory. The results showed that the parent’s participation in the Komet programme led to a reduction in conflicts within the family as well as improvement in interaction between parent and child. Further more the results showed that all of the parents where insecure in their parentrole before taking part in the Komet programme. After their participation in the Komet programme they all stated a feeling of having received new tools to better handle conflicts within the family. The overall results of the study led to the creation of two new conceptions introduced in the final discussion: The modern problem family and The manualbased parenthood.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2008. , 51 p.
Komet programme – Parent training – Interaction – Conduct problems
Kometprogrammet – Föräldrautbildning – Samspel – Beteendeproblem
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:su:diva-26395OAI: oai:DiVA.org:su-26395DiVA: diva2:209231
Öhlund , Thomas