Individen i en dubbel process

Translated title of the contribution: Caught in a double-sided process

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This chapter discusses the consequences for a long-term sick individual when rehabiliation back to work fails and where she is objectified in a double-sided process. She is objectified first as a "sick body" before the medical authorities charged with producing health. Second she is objectified in terms of her rehabilitation to work, when given the responsibility to find the "healthy" part of her self capable of working, if even part-time.
Translated title of the contributionCaught in a double-sided process
Original languageSwedish
Title of host publicationRehabillitering och välfärdspolitik
EditorsRafael Lindqvist, Antoinette Hetzler
PublisherStudentlitteratur AB
ISBN (Print)91-44-034645
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Sociology (excluding Social Work, Social Psychology and Social Anthropology)

Free keywords

  • rehabilitation
  • social policy
  • social insurance
  • long-term sick absences
  • sociology
  • objectification
  • welfare to work
  • sociologi


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