Tema: dominerende diskurser i talen om professioner
av John Kreisler og Lejf Moos
The discourse of professions dominates how we conceive of occupational groups like teachers and nurses. It does not, however, necessarily grasp very well the core of the work these groups ...
av Per Fibæk Laursen
Educational policy and debate in Denmark were from the beginning of the 1990s and until recently dominated by a discourse about the dramatic transformation from an industrial society to a ...
av John Krejsler
This article questions whether discourses on professions and/or professional development are able to capture the essential features of change currently underway in occupations such as teaching and nursing. It ...
av Kirsten Weber
This article discusses two concepts of subjectivity in public service work, namely dynamisation (Ziehe, D) and authenticity (Fibæk Laursen, DK), both referring to the teaching profession. The scope widens when ...
av Lejf Moos
Public sector professions in in Scandinavia have for many years been associated with the state apparatus and they therefore were built on visions of a democratic society. Professionals have been ...
av Katrin Hjort
The article analyses the popularity of the concept Competence Development as representing holy as well as unholy alliances between the European Policy on Life Long Learning, New Public Management and ...
av Karen Borgnakke
In the political discourse professionalisation represents the dynamic sign of development by changing previous societies cruder gender and class patterns and by changing the traditional education system. In this context ...
av Henning Salling Olesen
This paper discusses the relationship between discursive knowledge and experience. The discussion is based on empirical and theoretical research of professions and professional learning., Examples are taken from the medical ...
av Sol-Britt Arnolds-Granlund
Ola Erstad: Digital kompetanse i skolen en inføring