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Buchardt, Mette – European Education, 2018
Culture seems to function as a central explanation when refugees and other migrants are framed as a risk and a challenge in European and national politics across the member states, including educational politics. Based on the case of Denmark during the 1970s, the article unfolds how education historically has been an arena for the internal…
Descriptors: Refugees, Welfare Services, Immigrants, Politics of Education
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Tarim, Seyda Deniz – European Education, 2018
Children's spontaneous peer-group interactions were video-recorded and analyzed using techniques of ethnography and talk-in interaction. The examples illustrate how the children socialize novices to language practices and other culturally appropriate practices used in their peer-group communities. The children's translation work is a discursive…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Barriers, Peer Relationship, Video Technology
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Karsli-Calamak, Elif – European Education, 2018
This ethnographically informed field study, drawing on a blend of feminist theories and cultural learning pathways framework, reveals that Syrian mothers show strong presence and readiness to take active roles when opportunities present themselves in alternative spaces in the public schools of Turkey. As mothers produce counterstories in relation…
Descriptors: Mother Attitudes, School Role, Refugees, Family School Relationship
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Rodriguez, Sophia – European Education, 2018
This article theorizes migration as risk, drawing on Biesta's notion of risk. The author explores how productive risk connects with emancipation, seeing the risky migrant subjects in societies in new ways, rather than positioning them as marginalized threats. Finally, the author connects the theory of migration as risk to current qualitative data…
Descriptors: Risk, Immigrants, Immigration, Disadvantaged
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Garaz, Stela; Torotcoi, Simona – European Education, 2017
This article explores how elitist elements are preserved within an expanding higher education. It analyzes whether the choice of field of study may be one of these elements and focuses on the case of Roma students in Eastern and Southeastern Europe. The analysis reveals that Roma in the region are not only underrepresented in higher education in…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Higher Education, Minority Groups, Labor Market
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Alexiadou, Nafsika; Norberg, Anders – European Education, 2017
This article analyzes the Swedish Strategy for Roma Inclusion. Drawing on interviews and documentary materials produced around the Strategy by official sources and Roma organizations, we describe its background, rationale, and evolution, as well as the rifts it has revealed around the issues of minority representation and the framing of inclusion.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Minority Groups, Educational Policy, Inclusion
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Dunajeva, Jekatyerina – European Education, 2017
Historically, schools have been homogenizing institutions that often disadvantaged people of color and ethnic and religious minorities. In this article I examine Roma education in Hungary, focusing on (re)production of racial identities and the negotiation of ethnic labels. I distinguish two models of education as they relate to ideas of…
Descriptors: Minority Groups, Inclusion, Educational Attainment, Educational History
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Miškolci, Jozef; Kovácová, Lucia; Kubánová, Martina – European Education, 2017
Based on a social constructivist theoretical framework, this research study examines how the design of proinclusive educational policies and the general public construct the Roma students and parents in Slovakia. For this purpose, data from two selected educational policies and five focus groups conducted in five regions in Slovakia were analyzed.…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Educational Policy, Focus Groups, Foreign Countries
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Messing, Vera – European Education, 2017
This article examines how various forms of ethnic segregation in education affect everyday life and future aspirations of Roma youth in three Central and Eastern European countries: the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Slovakia. It draws on a comparative European investigation about the diverging experiences and paths of ethnic minority youth in…
Descriptors: Minority Groups, Foreign Countries, Ethnic Groups, Racial Segregation
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Klenk, Hazel – European Education, 2017
This article draws on research with a group of refugee women who attend English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) classes at a community center in London. It considers the role education can play in their social integration processes, employing an approach that has been developed from feminist notions of empowerment and social practice…
Descriptors: Refugees, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Females
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Chinga-Ramirez, Carla – European Education, 2017
This article explores how some minority pupils' self-definition as "foreigners" leads to their inability to also consider themselves diligent and talented pupils in the Norwegian school. The minority pupils' self-definition as "foreigners" creates binary understandings of being a diligent and conscientious pupil, a definition…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Minority Group Students, Foreign Students, Self Concept
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North, Amy – European Education, 2017
This article is concerned with the literacy learning experiences of a group of female migrant domestic workers from Nepal and India who participated in weekly literacy support sessions at the Migrant Resource Centre in London. The article draws on qualitative research to explore the women's engagement with different forms of learning, and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Literacy Education, Learning Experience, Migrant Workers
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Fassetta, Giovanna; Imperiale, Maria Grazia; Frimberger, Katja; Attia, Mariam; Al-Masri, Nazmi – European Education, 2017
This article discusses an action research study that involved the design and delivery of an online training course for teachers of Arabic to speakers of other languages in the Gaza Strip (Palestine). Grounded in Freirean pedagogy, the course aimed to respond to the employment needs of university graduates by creating opportunities for online…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Web Based Instruction, Teacher Education, Electronic Learning
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Ozer, Y. Yesim; Komsuoglu, Aysegul; Atesok, Z. Ozde – European Education, 2017
The unexpected and vast Syrian refugee crisis with an ever-growing number of young Syrians appears to be one of the greatest challenges for the Turkish education system. While low enrollment rates are alarming, the dual system that emerged in the urban settings creates a main challenge to a comprehensive and supportive education system and…
Descriptors: Futures (of Society), Foreign Countries, Refugees, Enrollment Rate
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Streitwieser, Bernhard; Brueck, Lukas; Moody, Rachel; Taylor, Margaret – European Education, 2017
By the close of 2015, roughly 890,000 new refugees had arrived in Germany, more than half fleeing the ongoing Syrian Civil War. While Germany had been accustomed to heavy migration streams since the end of the Second World War, the speed of the refugee influx was unexpected. Federal, state, and municipal governments and German civil society,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, Higher Education, Universities
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