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Discursive occupational risks

The study resulted in a method for formulating, assessing and intervening in organisational occupational risks. The point of departure is that everyday organising is largely due to the discourses dominating the specific workplace. Through focus groups the discourses can be identified. Thereafter it is possible to raise awareness and understanding of how they interact and create situations that generate ill-being. Interventions are made by problematising the current discourses and introducing new ones. Understanding the discourses can be seen as a prerequisite for success in organisational change and interventions.

PI: Lisbeth Rydén, consultant and doctoral student in Business Administration at KTH Royal Institute of TechnologyFinancing: AFA. Project period 2010–2015. From 2016 – the method will be further developed and form a basis for Ryden’s PhD thesis

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