Socialarbetares arbete med utövare av våld i nära relationer : En fenomenografisk studie
Sammanfattning: In this phenomenographic study of social workers’ experiences regarding working with perpetrators of intimate partner violence (IPV), three focus areas were covered; causes of the use of violence in IPV relationships, effective strategies in the work with perpetrators of IPV, and the perpetrators’ justification of their use of violence in their intimate partner relationships. The experiences regarding causes of use of violence in intimate partner relationships comprised own experiences of abuse from IPV, mental health causes, toxic masculinity, and childhood negligence. These described causes were connected to a structural perspective, a structural societal perspective, a social psychologic perspective, and an individual psychologic perspective. The experiences regarding effective strategies in the work with perpetrators of IPV comprised the establishment of a good work alliance with the perpetrator, to acknowledge the perpetrator’s person, and to promote the perpetrator’s full undertaking of the responsibility for the violence. Lastly, the experiences regarding the perpetrators’ justification of their use of violence in their intimate partner relationships comprised shifting of the responsibility for the violence, impuissance, and an undertaking of the responsibility for the violence. The justification of the violence was connected to how the perpetrators did not want to identify themselves as perpetrators of IPV.
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