Siddhartha Baviskar

Siddhartha Baviskar
Professionshøjskolen Metropol · Institut for Socialt Arbejde

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Publications (9)
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Statutory meetings are at the core of social work practice, yet there is no quantitatively tested common set of criteria for assessing statutory social workers’ communication skills with young people. Reliably measuring such skills is important for the training and supervision of social workers as well for drawing conclusions about whether such ski...
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Objective: The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) is a widely used mental health screening instrument among children and adolescents and increasingly used by welfare professionals in Denmark. However, the psychometric properties of the SDQ-self report (SDQ-S) among vocational education and training (VET) students are unknown. We assess...
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What is the effect of a disability pension (DP) on the recipients’ marital stability if we keep the recipients’ health constant? Previous research shows that marital stability may be challenged when one partner acquires a disability. However, the effects of permanent benefits such as DP on recipients’ marital stability have not yet been examined. W...
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Ideas as to how and why individuals resort to creaming are generated primarily by a few qualitative studies and have to our knowledge so far not been tested quantitatively. This paper aims to fill this gap and explains the classroom cream-skimming behavior of school teachers in Denmark, defined as prioritizing the teaching of academically promising...
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Lipsky (1980) pointed out that street-level bureaucrats (SLBs) are important policymakers due to the discretion they exercise and argued from a structural perspective that these workers manifest relatively similar coping behaviors owing to their shared working conditions characterized by chronically limited resources and nonvoluntary clients. Using...
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The hypothesis that child gender moderates the relationship between interparental conflict (IPC), conceptualized as a normative phenomenon, and child outcomes was evaluated using Danish mother data from the Danish Longitudinal Survey of Children (DALSC), which follows a nationally representative sample of children born in September-October 1995. IP...
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The objective was to study the prevalence of childhood sexual abuse (CSA) among the mothers of children in Greenland and its association with the psychosocial adjustment of their children. The study was based on a 2007-2008 survey of a national sample of children in Greenland designed by researchers at SFI - The Danish National Centre for Social Re...
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Recent survey research indicates that democracy means different things to different people. For some, democracy is a method of selecting leaders, protecting civil liberties and political rights, and upholding the rule of law. Other citizens have more expansive views of democracy, viewing it as a mechanism for promoting social equality and economic...

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The purpose of the project is to improve the well-being of children and young people and, in the long term, strengthen children's opportunities to master their lives so that they educate, work, get good health and avoid social problems. The goal of the project will be reached by establishing an infrastructure consisting of: • Regular measurements of well-being through SDQ supplemented with standardized national tests from school • An intervention catalog with well-documented and easy-to-use interventions that foster carers can use to improve the childrens well-being and academic skills.