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Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/2336/76233
Title:
Barna og unglingasími Rauðakrosshússins
Authors:
Helgi Hjartarson; Eiríkur Örn Arnarson
Citation:
Sálfræðiritið 2000, 6:79-87
Issue Date:
2000
Abstract:
Farið var yfir öll skráð símtöl sem borist höfðu barna og unglingasíma Rauðakrosshússins frá opnun árið 1987 alls 26.837. Markmið rannsóknarinnar var meðal annars að kanna símahegðun og ástæður símhringinga ungmenna og fullorðinna. Skráningablað símaþjónustu Rauðakrosshússins var notað sem mælitæki, sem skiptist í tvo hluta: almennar upplýsingar um símhringjanda og ástæður hringingar. Í samræmi við niðurstöður annarra rannsókna hringdu mun fleiri stúlkur en piltar. Meðalaldur í hópi barna og unglinga var 14 ár, en 36 ár meðal fullorðinna. Helmingur þeirra sem hringdu í hópi barna og unglinga var utan af landi (49%). Skýring kann að vera að félagsleg þjónusta sé í lágmarki í dreifbýli og persónuleg nálægð folks valdi því að unglingur kjósi frekar að leita með vandamál sin til utanaðkomandi aðila. Flest börn og unglingar hringdu á milli 12 og 16 í símaþjónustuna eftir skóla þegar foreldrar voru ekki heima. Þegar litið var á umræðuefni kom fram í flestum tilvikum munur á ungmennum og fullorðnum. Umræðuefni barna og unglinga tengdust þeim sem algeng eru í bernsku og gelgjuskeiði. Flestir fullorðinna hringdu til að leita ráða vegna barns. Stór hluti ungmenna og fullorðinna hrindi vegna vanlíðunar. Einnig kom fram verulegur munur á milli kynja eftir umræðuefnum. Hins vegar var aðeins í fáum tilvikum munur á milli fólks af höfuðborgarsvæðinu og landsbyggðinni eftir umræðuefnum.; Telephone calls received since the inauguration of the Childline at the Red Cross House in Reykjavik in 1987 were included in this study. The purpose of the investigation was to find out the reason for calling and to compare the telephone calls received from children and adolescents with those from adults. The 26837 telephone calls registered at the Childline during the period 1987 till the end of October 1995 formed the basis for data analysis. The Childline registration sheet was used for collecting data for subsequent analysis. The registration sheet filled in by the employee is divided into two parts: general information about the caller and the reason for calling. More girls than boys called the Childline which is in accord with previous findings. About half the calls made by children and adolescents were from the country, the reason being limited social services available in the country. Another explanation is the closely knit community in the country encouraging seeking outside support. Most of the calls were made by the children and adolescent callers between 12:00 and 16:00 p.m. after school while the parents were at work. There is a marked difference between adults and children and adolescent callers in relation the subjects of discussion. Children and adolescents talked about matters relating to those common during adolescence, e.g. love, relationships with adults, questions relating to body image, sex, questions pertaining to pregnancy and abortion. Most of the adults sought advice about their child. Many callers in both groups were in low spirits when they called. A gender difference was reflected in girls calling in relation to difficulties experienced in love, pregnancy and abortion. More women than men contacted the Childline seeking advice relating to her child whereas men sought advice for their personal problem. The experience of the Childline underlines the importance of such a service being available for children and adolescents in an emergency, for seeking advice and being able to talk to someone when in need.
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dc.contributor.authorHelgi Hjartarson-
dc.contributor.authorEiríkur Örn Arnarson-
dc.date.accessioned2009-08-04T13:24:49Z-
dc.date.available2009-08-04T13:24:49Z-
dc.date.issued2000-
dc.date.submitted2009-08-04-
dc.identifier.citationSálfræðiritið 2000, 6:79-87en
dc.identifier.issn1022-8551-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2336/76233-
dc.descriptionNeðst á síðunni er hægt að nálgast greinina í heild sinni með því að smella á hlekkinn View/Openen
dc.description.abstractFarið var yfir öll skráð símtöl sem borist höfðu barna og unglingasíma Rauðakrosshússins frá opnun árið 1987 alls 26.837. Markmið rannsóknarinnar var meðal annars að kanna símahegðun og ástæður símhringinga ungmenna og fullorðinna. Skráningablað símaþjónustu Rauðakrosshússins var notað sem mælitæki, sem skiptist í tvo hluta: almennar upplýsingar um símhringjanda og ástæður hringingar. Í samræmi við niðurstöður annarra rannsókna hringdu mun fleiri stúlkur en piltar. Meðalaldur í hópi barna og unglinga var 14 ár, en 36 ár meðal fullorðinna. Helmingur þeirra sem hringdu í hópi barna og unglinga var utan af landi (49%). Skýring kann að vera að félagsleg þjónusta sé í lágmarki í dreifbýli og persónuleg nálægð folks valdi því að unglingur kjósi frekar að leita með vandamál sin til utanaðkomandi aðila. Flest börn og unglingar hringdu á milli 12 og 16 í símaþjónustuna eftir skóla þegar foreldrar voru ekki heima. Þegar litið var á umræðuefni kom fram í flestum tilvikum munur á ungmennum og fullorðnum. Umræðuefni barna og unglinga tengdust þeim sem algeng eru í bernsku og gelgjuskeiði. Flestir fullorðinna hringdu til að leita ráða vegna barns. Stór hluti ungmenna og fullorðinna hrindi vegna vanlíðunar. Einnig kom fram verulegur munur á milli kynja eftir umræðuefnum. Hins vegar var aðeins í fáum tilvikum munur á milli fólks af höfuðborgarsvæðinu og landsbyggðinni eftir umræðuefnum.en
dc.description.abstractTelephone calls received since the inauguration of the Childline at the Red Cross House in Reykjavik in 1987 were included in this study. The purpose of the investigation was to find out the reason for calling and to compare the telephone calls received from children and adolescents with those from adults. The 26837 telephone calls registered at the Childline during the period 1987 till the end of October 1995 formed the basis for data analysis. The Childline registration sheet was used for collecting data for subsequent analysis. The registration sheet filled in by the employee is divided into two parts: general information about the caller and the reason for calling. More girls than boys called the Childline which is in accord with previous findings. About half the calls made by children and adolescents were from the country, the reason being limited social services available in the country. Another explanation is the closely knit community in the country encouraging seeking outside support. Most of the calls were made by the children and adolescent callers between 12:00 and 16:00 p.m. after school while the parents were at work. There is a marked difference between adults and children and adolescent callers in relation the subjects of discussion. Children and adolescents talked about matters relating to those common during adolescence, e.g. love, relationships with adults, questions relating to body image, sex, questions pertaining to pregnancy and abortion. Most of the adults sought advice about their child. Many callers in both groups were in low spirits when they called. A gender difference was reflected in girls calling in relation to difficulties experienced in love, pregnancy and abortion. More women than men contacted the Childline seeking advice relating to her child whereas men sought advice for their personal problem. The experience of the Childline underlines the importance of such a service being available for children and adolescents in an emergency, for seeking advice and being able to talk to someone when in need.is
dc.description.sponsorshipTelephone calls received since the inauguration of the Childline at the Red Cross House in Reykjavik in 1987 were included in this study. The purpose of the investigation was to find out the reason for calling and to compare the telephone calls received from children and adolescents with those from adults. The 26837 telephone calls registered at the Childline during the period 1987 till the end of October 1995 formed the basis for data analysis. The Childline registration sheet was used for collecting data for subsequent analysis. The registration sheet filled in by the employee is divided into two parts: general information about the caller and the reason for calling. More girls than boys called the Childline which is in accord with previous findings. About half the calls made by children and adolescents were from the country, the reason being limited social services available in the country. Another explanation is the closely knit community in the country encouraging seeking outside support. Most of the calls were made by the children and adolescent callers between 12:00 and 16:00 p.m. after school while the parents were at work. There is a marked difference between adults and children and adolescent callers in relation the subjects of discussion. Children and adolescents talked about matters relating to those common during adolescence, e.g. love, relationships with adults, questions relating to body image, sex, questions pertaining to pregnancy and abortion. Most of the adults sought advice about their child. Many callers in both groups were in low spirits when they called. A gender difference was reflected in girls calling in relation to difficulties experienced in love, pregnancy and abortion. More women than men contacted the Childline seeking advice relating to her child whereas men sought advice for their personal problem. The experience of the Childline underlines the importance of such a service being available for children and adolescents in an emergency, for seeking advice and being able to talk to someone when in need.en
dc.language.isoisen
dc.publisherSálfræðingafélag Íslandsen
dc.relation.urlhttp://www.sal.isen
dc.subjectRauðakrosshúsiðen
dc.subjectUnglingaren
dc.subjectBörnen
dc.subject.meshAdolescenten
dc.subject.meshHotlinesen
dc.subject.meshCrisis Interventionen
dc.subject.meshPeer Groupen
dc.subject.meshTelephoneen
dc.subject.meshStatistics as Topicen
dc.titleBarna og unglingasími Rauðakrosshússinsis
dc.typeArticleen
dc.identifier.journalSálfræðiritiðen
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