Barns röst?

Circulation of Knowledge and “Children’s Voice” in Text Form – Cirkulation av kunskap och “barns röst” i textform

Informanters autentiska röst har länge problematiserats, så även barns, bl. a. av barndomsforskaren Spyros Spyrou.1 För att förstå denna problematisering räcker det att föreställa sig hur “barns röster” cirkulerar och modifieras genom otaliga kanaler.

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Academia-Art

Academia-Art project, artworks and photo by Zlatana Knezevic
Academia-Art is a subproject of Research-Art. Depicted on this picture are two Academia-Artworks: “Ideals” and “The Chair of the Absent Knower”

I not only use creative expressions that help me in my writing or to communicate the message of my texts. I have also experimented with a small project that I call Academia-Art (2019-2020) which is visible below. It raises questions about the reuse of knowledge and has also helped me to express challenging experiences in academia. Below, I describe this in Swedish, the language of my academic contexts.

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Dissertation review

…this research advances the field considerably in terms of our understanding of issues of responding to diversity, children’s participation and to understanding how knowledge cultures determine outcomes.”

Williams 2020

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I was very pleased to read Professor Charlotte Williams’ review of my dissertation. Williams is a leading scholar in social work and she is internationally recognised for her research on ethnic diversity, multiculturalism, racism, and social justice issues in the context of welfare regimes and practices.

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