Familien og fellesskapets betydning i skoleelevenes selvpresentasjoner
In this study we have allowed students to take with them an image they think is important and let it function as a basis for a reflection on what they feel is important in their lives and in society. The problem is twofold: What do schoolchildren report as important in their lives and how should we understand the pattern that emerges from these reports? The data suggests a cultural pattern in which the young are searching for something collective, including groups they can relate to rather than be freed from. On this background we ask whether we should develop a thinking about connection rather than individualization.
Published: 29 December, 2017
Citation: Ane Malene Sæverot og Ove Skarpenes. «Familien og fellesskapets betydning i skoleelevenes selvpresentasjoner» Vol. 3, 2017, pp. 1–17. http://dx.doi.org/10.23865/ntpk.v3.574
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