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Jämställdhet bland ungdomar i skolmiljö: metodologiska möjligheter och utmaningar.

Becker Carlsdotter, Anna LU (2011) GNVM01 20111
Department of Gender Studies
Abstract
This study is based on the final report of the state investigation "Girls, boys, and individuals-on the importance of equal opportunities for knowledge and development in schools" (SOU: 2010:99) In this final report, published in January 2011 pronounced a need for practical methods for promoting gender equality among adolescents. This study wants to highlight the possibilities of a child / youth perspective and meet the needs of the final report of DEJA highlights. It is driven by a desire to ultimately have a working model that can help bridge the gap between academic science and a practical knowledge process by engaging with students to work out a model for gender equality in schools. By means of observation, 15-year-old pupils observed... (More)
This study is based on the final report of the state investigation "Girls, boys, and individuals-on the importance of equal opportunities for knowledge and development in schools" (SOU: 2010:99) In this final report, published in January 2011 pronounced a need for practical methods for promoting gender equality among adolescents. This study wants to highlight the possibilities of a child / youth perspective and meet the needs of the final report of DEJA highlights. It is driven by a desire to ultimately have a working model that can help bridge the gap between academic science and a practical knowledge process by engaging with students to work out a model for gender equality in schools. By means of observation, 15-year-old pupils observed in the classroom but mostly invisible in the school arena with a focus on creating an understanding of a student perspective of this study approach. The study examines and sees the possibilities and indicates that action research is a way of working with gender issues in school settings. (Less)
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author
Becker Carlsdotter, Anna LU
supervisor
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course
GNVM01 20111
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
observation, challenges gender issues in school settings, school, methodology, gender, grounded theory, action research, students
language
Swedish
id
2064443
date added to LUP
2011-10-17 14:42:12
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2011-10-17 14:42:12
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  abstract     = {This study is based on the final report of the state investigation "Girls, boys, and individuals-on the importance of equal opportunities for knowledge and development in schools" (SOU: 2010:99) In this final report, published in January 2011 pronounced a need for practical methods for promoting gender equality among adolescents. This study wants to highlight the possibilities of a child / youth perspective and meet the needs of the final report of DEJA highlights. It is driven by a desire to ultimately have a working model that can help bridge the gap between academic science and a practical knowledge process by engaging with students to work out a model for gender equality in schools. By means of observation, 15-year-old pupils observed in the classroom but mostly invisible in the school arena with a focus on creating an understanding of a student perspective of this study approach. The study examines and sees the possibilities and indicates that action research is a way of working with gender issues in school settings.},
  author       = {Becker Carlsdotter, Anna},
  keyword      = {observation,challenges gender issues in school settings,school,methodology,gender,grounded theory,action research,students},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Jämställdhet bland ungdomar i skolmiljö: metodologiska möjligheter och utmaningar.},
  year         = {2011},
}