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Elderly care in transition : management, meaning and identity at work : a Scandinavian perspective / Annette Kamp and Helge Hvid (eds.)
[Copenhagen] : Copenhagen Business School Press, c2012
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 3rd Floor  HV1481.S34 E43 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Older people -- Care -- Scandinavia
Older people -- Services for -- Scandinavia
Physical Description 245 p. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references
Contents Introduction: elderly care in transition / Annette Kamp and Helge Hvid -- Paradoxes in elderly care: the Nordic model / Hanne Marlene Dahl and Bente Rasmussen -- The quest for the meaning of work: competing concepts of meaning / Annette Kamp -- Knowledge at play: positioning care workers as professionals through scientific rationality and caring dispositions / Andreas Fejes -- Meaning of work in elderly care in Denmark: fragile reconstructions / Annette Kamp -- The meaning of work from subjective and intersubjective perspectives--a daily conflict of creating and losing meaning in elderly care / Betina Dybbroe -- New public management: constructing a new management identity in care for the elderly / Bente Rasmussen -- Creating meaning in dementia care work--a story of (re)professionalisation? / Pernille Bottrup and Per Bruhn -- The future of elderly care--beyond new public management? / Helge Hvid and Annette Kamp
Alternate Author Hvid, Helge
Kamp, Annette

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