Den muslimske familie som genstand for skoling : Det danske skolesystem, fremmedarbejderbørn og deres forældre fra 1970erne til de tidlige 1990ere

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Since the 1970s, the Danish educational politics has handled children of labor migrants from the global South as an object of and a specific problem to schooling, describing these children through their parents; more specifically through their parents’ relation to labor market and through what was perceived as their special behavior and mentality, the latter two often focusing on “traditions” (1970s), religion in relation to “culture” (especially since the 1980s) and “values” (since the 1990s).
The chapter explores how school authorities and professionals understood and developed pedagogical strategies which on the one hand saw the parents as a central problem for and central explanation of their children’s school behavior, and on the other hand regarded migrant parents as a resource in order to diversify curriculum and schooling.
Bidragets oversatte titelDen muslimske familie som genstand for skoling : Det danske skolesystem, fremmedarbejderbørn og deres forældre fra 1970erne til de tidlige 1990ere
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelFamily, Values, and the Transfer of Knowledge in Northern Societies, 1500-2000
RedaktørerUlla Aatsinki, Johanna Annola, Mervi Kaarninen
Antal sider17
Vol/bind10
Udgivelses stedNew York
ForlagRoutledge
Publikationsdato2019
Udgave1
Sider283-299
Kapitel13
ISBN (Trykt)978-0-367-07757-0, 978-0-429-02262-3
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-0-429-02262-3
StatusUdgivet - 2019
NavnRoutledge Studies in Cultural History
Vol/bind10

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    Buchardt, M. (2019). Schooling the Muslim Family: The Danish School System, Foreign Workers, and Their Children from the 1970s to the Early 1990s. I U. Aatsinki, J. Annola, & M. Kaarninen (red.), Family, Values, and the Transfer of Knowledge in Northern Societies, 1500-2000 (1 udg., Bind 10, s. 283-299). New York: Routledge. Routledge Studies in Cultural History, Bind. 10
    Buchardt, Mette. / Schooling the Muslim Family : The Danish School System, Foreign Workers, and Their Children from the 1970s to the Early 1990s. Family, Values, and the Transfer of Knowledge in Northern Societies, 1500-2000. red. / Ulla Aatsinki ; Johanna Annola ; Mervi Kaarninen. Bind 10 1. udg. New York : Routledge, 2019. s. 283-299 (Routledge Studies in Cultural History, Bind 10).
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