Suvi Holmberg

Suvi Holmberg
Tampere University | UTA · Faculty of Social Sciences

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Tässä artikkelissa kysymme, miten koti tilana tukee ja haastaa psykososiaalisesti orientoituneen katkaisuhoidon käytäntöjä. Tutkimuksen metodologinen kehys nojaa kodin maantieteen perinteeseen. Lähestymme kotia monimerkityksellisenä kulttuuristen, materiaalisten, emotionaalisten ja sosiaalisten merkitysten läpäisemänä tilana. Tutkimusaineisto on ke...
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The study contributes to discursive and interactional housing and home studies by analysing home visit conversations with clients who need support with their housing and living in the community. It focuses on the ways in which professionals comment on clients’ home environments. The data, which consist of 20 audio-recorded home visits in Mobile Sup...
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This article is concerned with the doing and production of data. We ask how data are made in intimate spaces such as the home in collaboration with the different parties involved in home-based care and services. The article builds on ethnographic field notes from 73 home visits, in the context of home-based mental health, substance abuse and social...
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Purpose: This study aims to explore how agency is constructed in everyday life with cancer in relation to daily activities and habits. Agency is approached as a key element of daily life existence, and it is constructed in terms of “acting in the world”, self-behaviour, changing routines, identity expectations and life course. Methods: The study is...
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The study provides a categorization of the different elements of the “recovery in” model (RIM). The objective is to analyze elements of RIM in positive assessments during home visit interactions. RIM approaches mental illness as a long-term condition that people live with in their daily lives in their communities. The model emphasizes the rights of...

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