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August 2017 - May 2022
Sami University College of Applied Sciences
- Guest Professor
With increasing mobility of people across the world, there is a pressing need to develop evidence-based teaching practices that lead to high-quality education, which serves the needs of inclusive societies and social and epistemic justice. This book presents cutting-edge qualitative case-study research across a range of educational contexts, resear...
The aim of this article is to describe and analyze how school leaders as key actors in policy enactment understand, talk about and act in relation to Newly Arrived Migrant Students (NAMSs) enrolled in a separate Language Introduction Program in Sweden. Drawing on the work of Stephen J. Ball and colleagues, we argue that a particular discursive form...
The present paper deals with the study of repair patterns. Repair, seen as some type of intrinsic trouble manifested by some party during interaction, has here been studied in an institutional setting, the second-language class-room. The repair sequences have been studied relative to the activity type in which the participants are involved. The res...
The purpose of this article is twofold. On the one hand, we will discuss the concept of dominance in spoken interaction. We will distinguish between different dimensions of dominance and particularly analyze the notion of interactional dominance. On the other hand, we will describe a method of empirical dialogue analysis, the so-called initiative-r...