Bostadssökande med skyddade personuppgifter : Hur kontaktpersoner underlättar hyreskontrakt

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Malmö universitet/Institutionen för socialt arbete (SA)

Sammanfattning: The aim of this paper was to illustrate how private landlords perceives people with confidential personal information and their victim status. And look at how that could affect their willingness to offer a lease. The purpose of this paper was also to illustrate how contact persons close to the person with confidential personal information use strategies to support them in their search for housing. In addition, I will bring to light the consequences of not securing housing as a person with confidential personal information. With the use of a qualitative approach the empirical data was collected through semi-structured interviews with four contact persons who had several years of practice with people with confidentialinformation. The results were analyzed with intersectional theory and Nils Christies theory of the ideal victim. The results where then presented in seven themes. The results show that landlords find the confidential personal information as a signal for problems. It also shows that women with confidential personal information had an easier time finding housing than men in the same situation. The results also suggests that men with confidential personal information that has an immigrant background are at a further disadvantage.

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