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Vitenskapelig publikasjon
(side 73-86)
av Gerd Christensen
Engelsk sammendrag

Education between individualization and structure

This article demonstrates how genealogy can be used as a method for critical education research. As Foucault emphasized, genealogy is a method for identifying the way in which the individuals are subjectified through discourse. The genealogical analysis in the article is defining two mayor tendencies in contemporary Danish pedagogy: Individualization and structuralizing. The analyses also show an example of how the two tendencies are intermingled in the Danish law of learning plans in day care institutions.

Vitenskapelig publikasjon
(side 87-101)
av Klaus Nielsen, Sarah Senger & Susanne Dalgaard
Engelsk sammendrag

Confessional strategies in educational practice

In this paper it is argued that in recent years, therapeutic techniques have played an increasingly significant role in Danish educational thinking. One way in which this therapeutic thinking discloses itself is in the ever-growing use of educational-therapeutic games as part of the educational practice. Theoretically, this paper is inspired by Foucault and we argue that educational-therapeutic games can be understood as a kind of confessional practice that introduces a pastoral power relationship between pupils and teachers. We present a small empirically based analysis of one of the frequently used therapeutic-educational games in Denmark, called «The Good Chair».

Vitenskapelig publikasjon
(side 102-115)
av Nina Rossholt
Engelsk sammendrag

The many-faced cry: Tone and tempo in the pre-school

This article focuses on crying amongst the youngest children in preschool. The study is based on an critical ethnographic study, doing participating observations among children one and two years of age, and talks with the practitioners. How preschool practitioners compose and enact care through a bodily logic that includes different tones and rhythms are more complex than their talk about crying. Working with Foucault’s material aspect of the subject and Deleuze’s discussion about what a body may do, the article analyzes the complexity and visualization of crying. When practitioners talk about crying, smiling or clean faces they appear to be taking up particular dualistic verbal approaches. These can be read as taken for granted ways of thinking and talking, reflecting discourses of care intertwining age, gender and 'whiteness'. From this angle the article analyze how concepts have material consequences, as we know our world through concepts. Research among the youngest children may make visible the not yet known in our thoughts analyzing processes of materialization. These processes melt the material and discursive together and create practices of care in a preschool context.

Vitenskapelig publikasjon
(side 116-130)
av Andreas Bergh & Emma Arneback
Engelsk sammendrag

The pre-packaged freedom of choice – on the future of Swedish upper-secondary school

The main purpose of this article is to focus what meanings the concept of quality is given in the political development of Swedish upper-secondary school. By using Quentin Skinner’s speech-act theory comparisons is made between the meanings formulated in the early 1990Žs and the now current investigation Framtidsvägen (SOU 2008:27). The result shows consequences for the goal- and resultoriented steering system as well as changes in the perspectives of citizenship education and ideolology.

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