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De relatie tussen Sense of Coherence en narratieve toekomstverbeelding onder ervaringsdeskundigen en professionals in het straf- en zorgsysteem.

Prins, J. (2016) De relatie tussen Sense of Coherence en narratieve toekomstverbeelding onder ervaringsdeskundigen en professionals in het straf- en zorgsysteem.

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Abstract:95% of the ex-prisoners and ex-addicts (experts) drop back in their old, criminal habits after a while. Likewise it is for the social workers of the experts (professionals) important to learn to deal with the disappointment that their work is not always helping the experts. Research is done about the way in which the Sense of Coherence (SOC) from experts and professionals correlates with their future imagination about the punish- and curesystem. The SOC consists of the components comprehensibility, manageability and meaningfulness. It is expected that the SOC will be expressed in the same way in the survey and letters. The 21 participants who joined the pilot (experts and professionals) filled in an survey (SOC-13) and they wrote a letter from the future. The letters are analyzed on the basis of the three components of the SOC. Correlations between the survey and the letter are computed with Spearman’s correlation. The scores of the survey are average and within the norms. In the letters the frequency of meaningfulness is the highest, followed by manageability and finally comprehensibility. There is no relation found between the survey and the letter. The reliability (α=0,865) and the validity of the survey were high. The letter can’t be used as measuring instrument, but it can be an addition to the survey for a concrete view of the SOC.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:70 social sciences in general, 77 psychology
Programme:Psychology BSc (56604)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/70117
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