Essays about: "Swedish prison and probation service"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 8 essays containing the words Swedish prison and probation service.

  1. 1. The Swedish Prison and Probation Service assistance of prison development : Focus on Somalia

    University essay from Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för samhällsstudier (SS)

    Author : Lina Petersson; [2019]
    Keywords : Swedish prison and probation service; SPPS; prison development; seconded personnel; aid; Somalia; institutional development; peacekeeping;

    Abstract : Despite the Swedish Prison and Probation Service (SPPS) are a pioneer on the global arena regarding the area of corrections, generally little is known of what they do in Sweden as well as internationally. This study will explore the SPPS implementation of prison development in Somalia, which will be done through interviews with seconded personnel and others within the Swedish government that have connections to the prison development in Somalia. READ MORE

  2. 2. Returning to Society: Daily-life stressors in the immediate prison release phase

    University essay from Malmö högskola/Hälsa och samhälle

    Author : Laura Wahlhuetter; [2017]
    Keywords : immediate prison release phase; Interactive Voice Response; paroled offenders; stress stressors; transition phase;

    Abstract : This paper is the third part of an ongoing research project by Andersson et al. 2014 using Interactive Voice Response, an innovative automatic telephone assessment to study Swedish paroled offenders in the first 30 days after prison. READ MORE

  3. 3. Stereotypical male uniforms, an experimental study on leadership and gender.

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för psykologi

    Author : Amelie Vilson Fritz; [2015]
    Keywords : family flexibility.; social identity threats; group identification gender ; leadership self-efficacy; leadership aspiration; male dominated occupations; uniform; Swedish prison and probation service; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Within the Swedish prison and probation service 80% of the officers on duty (which is a leadership position) are male. Could this inequality have something to do with the stereotypical male authoritarian uniform used in this specific organization? The purpose of this study was to investigate if the uniform used within the Swedish prison and probation service could influence our leadership aspiration, leadership self-efficacy, group identification (gender), social identity threats and/or family flexibility, and if it affects men and women differently. READ MORE

  4. 4. Controlling ‘the foreigner’. Shifting borders and securitisations in Sweden’s internal migration control.

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen; Lunds universitet/Master of Science in Global Studies; Lunds universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Emelie Persson; [2014]
    Keywords : REVA; borders; postcolonial theory; securitisation; free movement; exceptionalism; internal control of foreigners; migration control; Foucault; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : Internal control of foreigners is a measure of migration control employed by the Swedish state, with two main goals: to monitor that no foreigners reside in the country without legal permits, and to find and detain foreigners who are to be deported. Charged by the government to increase efficiency in expulsions, the Migration Board, The National Police Board and the Prison and Probation Service initiated the cooperation project REVA in 2009-2014, which this thesis takes as its point of departure. READ MORE

  5. 5. The Y-name Syndrome: Prisons and Prejudice

    University essay from Handelshögskolan i Stockholm/Institutionen för nationalekonomi

    Author : Erik Segerborg; Mikael Söderström; [2010]
    Keywords : First names; Y-names; Prison; Discrimination; Socioeconomic status;

    Abstract : The y-name syndrome is a wide-spread conception in Swedish society about men with names that end with a y, such as Ronny, Conny and Jonny. Y-names are taken as signals of low socioeconomic status, including criminality. To the best of our knowledge, the subject has, as of yet, not been examined empirically. READ MORE