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‘They don’t know what it means to be a student’: Inclusion and exclusion in the nexus between ‘global’ and ‘local’
This article will show how the global educational policy expectations of being a self-managing learner unfold in the context of two school organisations in Norway, and contribute to the exclusion of so-called newly arrived ...
Included as excluded and excluded as included: minority language pupils in Norwegian inclusion policy
This article offers an analysis of four Norwegian policy documents on inclusion of minority language pupils. The main concepts of this policy will be reconstructed and re-described, applying Niklas Luhmann's systems theory ...
The Borderlands of Educational Inclusion. Analyses of inclusion and exclusion processes for minority language students
(The University of Bergen, 2016-05-31)
This dissertation is based on three studies that provide qualitative analyses of systemic inclusion and exclusion processes for the group labelled minority language students in Norwegian educational policy. The theoretical ...
Education without a shared language: dynamics of inclusion and exclusion in Norwegian introductory classes for newly arrived minority language students
Based upon fieldwork in two upper secondary schools in Norway, this article offers an analysis of inclusion and exclusion processes for newly arrived minority language students. Minority language students are defined by ...