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    Alsegård, Helena
    Linköping University, Department of Culture and Communication, National Centre for Outdoor Education (NCU).
    Ta trappan till uppsatsen: En studie om stöd och hinder i uppsatsskrivande bland yrkesverksamma deltidsstudenter vid Nationellt Centrum för Utomhuspedagogik.2009Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (One Year)), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    "To take the stair to the Essay" is a hermeneutically bent empirical study based on a qualitative research. In the interviews, which are done with two focus groups with help of semi-structured questions, eight students participated who studied the Master program in Outdoor Education 2007-2009 at Linköpings University (LiU).

    The purpose with this essay is to examine with an empirical study how students who are studying Outdoor Education at LiU experiences their process to begin, carry out and complete their writing of the Master Essay. In the study I focus on the significance of support and what possible obstacles the students experienced personally, in their surroundings and in relation with the University.

    The result shows that the majority of these adult students, which on average work approximately 90% parallel to the part time studies on 50%, thought that the most important factors of motivations before the beginning of the Essay was the own feeling of inward satisfaction along with gaining increased respect from colleagues and employers for their work.

    During the realization the majority thought that different "mental tools" had been supportive, together with when there had been a plain progress in the step-form applicable especially with the literature and the reflection. It was also positive to begin early with the Essay during the course. There was a concern for not getting continuously guidance and plain and concrete information about the Essay writing from LiU, which felt like an obstacle in the writing process.

    At the end of the writing process the importance of outward confirmation had decreased and the own inward motivation was the most important. The social group process regarded to have had significance on the realization of the course and the participants wished a more web based contact between the meetings.

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