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  • Erixon Arreman, Inger, 1954-, et al. (författare)
  • Izobrazevanje uciteljev in raziskovanje : sodobne svedske perspektive v mednarodnem konteksturecent
  • 2007
  • Ingår i: Prispevki k posodobitvi pedagoskih studisjskih programov II. - Ljubljana : Pedagoška fakulteta. - 978-961-253-019-8 ; s. 91-115
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • This article deals with the emergence and development of new research structures for Swedish teacher education in the beginning of the new millennium. From 2001 onwards, it has been possible to undertake research and post-graduate studies within teacher education which prior to the 2001 reform was not possible. As a result of the reform a new research discipline, Educational Work, was established in teacher education in various Swedish universities and colleges. Moreover, a national post-graduate school in Educational Work was founded, for which Umeå University, one of the larger Swedish teacher education institutions, was appointed Host University. For the article policy documents relating to teacher education and research into national, regional and local perspectives were used to explore institutional history, structures and research development in teacher education from 1946 to the present time. A micro-level perspective was further offered based on two interview studies involving teacher educators, senior managers, doctoral students and supervisors at Umeå University, including a key national representative of the major Swedish teacher union. The article draws on a variety of frameworks to explore relationships between various parts of teacher education and also more widely in the university. These include relations of power and gender based on the theoretical perspectives of Bourdieu, Foucault, Connell and Sarfatti Larson, among others. The article shows that the emergence of new research areas in teacher education in Sweden was a multilayered process involving a variety of actors at different levels at Umeå University and elsewhere. The aims of the article are to present the new research structures in teacher education in Sweden, and thereby point to the implications of the structural reform, and also to contribute to current cross-national discourses on the need to establish a research base for teacher education.
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  • Lundahl, Lisbeth, 1951-, et al. (författare)
  • Marketizacija edukacije po švedsko
  • 2016
  • Ingår i: Komu je napoti kakovostno javno šolstvo?. - Ljubljana : CEPS and SVIZ. - 978-961-92131-5-5 ; s. 85-115
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  • Möller, Tommy (författare)
  • Påverkar personvalet den politiska kulturen?
  • 2002
  • Ingår i: Jämställdhet : en modesak eller ett ständigt pågående arbete?. - Stockholm : Sveriges Riksdag.
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  • Torkar, Janina, et al. (författare)
  • Razvoj podeželja na območju predvidenega Krajinskega parka Dragonja mnenje aktivnih prebivalcev
  • 2017
  • Ingår i: Geografski vestnik - Geographical Bullentin. - Ljubljana. - 0350-3895. ; 89:1, s. 63-78
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • The article presents the results of a research done in rural settlements located within the area of the prospective Dragonja Landscape Park. We analysed documents of local communities, undertook observation of a workshop, and interviewed ten local inhabitants in order to obtain information about local inhabitants’ awareness and their interest in being involved in rural development, and about their valuing of the environment and natural resources, and to gain insight into their expectations in the matters of quality of life. We have established that our respondents are entirely familiar with the past and current development programs and projects, that they are well aware of the importance the protection of natural and cultural heritage has for sustainable development, and that they want to participate actively in the future. With the help of our respondents, observation in the workshop, and analysis of the documents also the less promising aspects of development have been revealed. We found out that local participation was weak in the past, that those who were active are in the minority, and that changes depend on the collective efforts of individuals. Those living in the remote villages located in the area of the prospective Dragonja Landscape Park are few and mostly of advanced age. It seems that the younger ones have resigned themselves to being powerless, and therefore it is urgent, in order to foster their participation in local development, to increase their awareness and motivation and extend their education. We also can expect that the incoming young people will have an important role to play.
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