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Title: Ethical Relation and Control: Exploring Limits in the Domestic Sphere of Home
Author: Batle Cladera, Susana
Cartoixa García, Jezabel
Llobet Estany, Marta
Uribe, Joan
Keywords: Habitatge públic
Integració social
Treballadors socials
Persones sense sostre
Control social
Relacions humanes
Public housing
Social integration
Social workers
Homeless persons
Social control
Interpersonal relations
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2019
Publisher: European Observatory on Homelessness
Abstract: This paper sets out the service users' life histories and the frontline providers' practice findings -récit de pratique- who have participated in the Housing First pilot project implemented in Barcelona under the name of Primer la Llar (2015-2018). This new method of working is carried out in house. For this analysis, we focus on accompaniment in the home. Establishing a professional relationship, accompanying service users to autonomy and recovery has specific features, especially locating in the home. There, we observe the intersection of both the domestic sphere and the work sphere. Focusing on the first 24 months, we analyze how two feelings emerge horizontality; the sense of controlling someone and being controlled by others, and feeling the house as one's own. The results show how building an ethical relationship seems to be the key to facilitating an accompaniment according to the Housing First philosophy.
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It is part of: European Journal of Homelessness, 2019, vol. 13, num. 2, p. 51-71
ISSN: 2030-2762
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