publication . Article . 2015

Everyday practice at the Sunflower: the staff's representations and governing strategies as contributions to the order of discourse

Björn Haglund;
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  • Published: 11 Jun 2015 Journal: Education Inquiry (issn: 2000-4508, eissn: 2000-4508, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Education Inquiry
Abstract
Swedish leisure-time centres were formerly part of Swedish social and family policies but were transferred to an educational context in the 1990s. This transfer was accentuated by both the Education Act of 2010 and the new teacher training established in 2011, which also included education particularly directed for leisure-time centres. The state’s intention with this discursive shift was to highlight education and learning within the activity in a more distinct way. This article is based on an ethnography-inspired study at one leisure-time centre called the Sunflower. The data are based on six weeks of field work including participating observations, field note...
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free text keywords: leisure-time centres; social constructionism; ethnography; discourses; governing strategies, Ethnography, Pedagogy, Social environment, Discourse analysis, Sociology, Attendance, Social constructionism, Teacher education, Education Act, Citation
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publication . Article . 2015

Everyday practice at the Sunflower: the staff's representations and governing strategies as contributions to the order of discourse

Björn Haglund;