Articles in Scientific Journals (Reviewed)

 

Æsøy, K. O. (2014) Lærar og Sjukepleieprofesjonen – på veg mot ein forskingsbasert praksis. NAFOL Årbok 2014 En gang lærer – alltid lærer?

Alexiadou, N., (2014). Schools for the future Europe: values and change beyond Lisbon. Educational research (Windsor. Print). Epub ahead of print.

Alexiadou N. & Essex J. (2014) Teacher education for inclusive practice: Responding to policy. European Journal of Teacher Education.

Alexiadou, N. & Findlow, S. (2014) Developing the educated citizen: Changing frameworks for the roles of universities in Europe and England. Annales, Series Historia et Sociologia, 24 (3), 371-382

Alexiadou, N. & Lange, B. (2014) Europeanising the national education space – Adjusting to the Open Method of Coordination (OMC) in the UK. International Journal of Public Administration, EPub, 2014

Bang, L. (2014) Between the Cat and the Principle: an encounter between Foucault’s and Bourdieu’s conceptualizations of power. Power and Education, 6, 1, pp. 18-31.

Bang, L. (2014) Welcome to school – the empire building business: an affirmation of Bourdieu’s concept of field. Waikota Journal of Education, 19, 1, pp.51-63.

Beach, D. & Puaca, G. (2014) Changing higher education by converging policy-packages: education choices and student identities. European Journal of Higher Education. 4 (1) s. 67-79.

Beach, D., Bagley, C., Eriksson, A. et al. (2014) Changing teacher education in Sweden: Using meta-ethnographic analysis to understand and describe policy making and educational changes. Teaching and Teacher Education : An International Journal of Research and Studies. 44 s. 160-167.

Blondal, K. S. (2014) Student Disengagement and School Dropout: Parenting Practices as. University of Iceland, Reykjavik.

Blondal, K. S. & Adalbjarnardottir, S. A. (2014) Parenting in Relation to School Dropout through Student Engagement: A Longitudinal Study. Journal of Marriage and family, 76, 778-795.

Brunila, K., (2014). The Rise of Survival Discourse in the Era of Therapisation and Marketisation of Education. Education Inquiry 5(1),7 – 23.

Brunila, K. (2014) The Rise of Survival Discourse in the Era of Therapisation and Marketisation of Education. Education Inquiry

Brunila, K. & Siivonen, P. (2014) Preoccupied with the Self. Towards self-responsible, enterprising, flexible, and self-centred subjectivity in education. Discourse.

Brömssen, K. von & Risenfors, S. (2014) The Immigrant Corner A Place for Identification and Resistance. European Educational Research Journal, 13(6), pp. 632-645.

Carlbaum, S., Hult, A., Lindgren, J., Novak, J., Rönnberg, L. & Segerholm, C. (2014) Skolinspektion som styrning. Utbildning & Demokrati 23 (1), 5-21

Dahler-Larsen, P. (2014) Constitutive Effects of Performance Indicators: Getting Beyond Unintended Consequences. Public Management Review, 16, 7, pp 969-986.

Dahler-Larsen, P. (2014) Global Inscription Devices and the Politics of Education. Knowledge Cultures. 2, 4, pp 90-109.

Dervin, F. (2014) Towards Post-Intercultural Teacher Education: Analysing ‘Extreme’ Intercultural Dialogue to Reconstruct Interculturality. European Journal of Teacher Education. 16

Dervin, F. Dervin, F. (2014) International pre-service teachersperceptions of experienced teachersintercultural (in)competence in Finland     Educational Practice and Theory. 36, 2, s. 5-25 21.

Dervin, F. (2014) Editorial, Chinese Students and Scholars in the Global Community: Challenges of Integration. Frontiers of Education in China. 9, 3, s. 297-302.

Dervin, F. (2014) Au-delà du nationalisme méthodologique : linterculturel sans essentialisme. Raisons Politiques. 54, 2, s. 121-132.

Dervin, F. (2014) Exploring ‘new’ interculturality online. Language and Intercultural Communication. 14, 2, s. 191-206.

Dervin, F. & Gao, M. (2014) Representing the Chinese student in literature: The case of A Concise Chinese-English Dictionary FOR LOVERS (KºH-ñÍx) Transfers, Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies.

Dovemark, M. & Beach, D. (2014) Creativity learning in schools: A meta-ethnographic analysis. Knowledge Cultures, 2 (3) s. 98117.

Ecclestone, K. & Brunila, K. (2014) The Goal of Emotional Well-being in British and Finnish Adult Education: the implications of therapeutic approaches to social justice for subjectivity and images of the self. Pedagogy, Culture & Society

Erixon Arreman, I. (2014) Student Perceptions of New Differentiation Policies in Swedish Post-16 Education. European Educational Research Journal 13 (6) pp 616-631

Erlandson, P. & Beach, D. (2014) Ironising with intelligence. British Journal of Sociology of Education. 35 (4) s. 598-614.

Gobbo, F. (2014) “Send in the clowns”, ot he imagination at work: the narratives of three pediatric ward clowns. Studia Paedagogica, 19, 4, pp101-120.

Gunnþórsdóttir, H. & Jóhannesson, I. Á. (2014) Additional workload or a part of the job? Icelandic teachers’ discourse on inclusive education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 18(6), 580-600.

Guttorm, H., Arvola-Orlander, A., Niemi, A-M., Vaahtera, E., Mertanen, K., Tammi, T., Mononen-Batista, S., Brunila, K., Kouhia, A., Paakkaari, A., Kainulainen, V. & Ikävalko, E. (2014). Akateeminen kapitalismi ja kollektiivisuuksien paradoksaalisuudet tohtorikoulutuksessa [Academic capitalism and the paradoxes of colle ctivities in doctoral training]. Aikuiskasvatus 2/2014, 121-128 [Finnish Journal of Adult education].

Harju-Luukkainen, H. & Vettenranta, J. (2014) Social capital and local variation in student perfomance in Swedish-speaking Ostrobothnia in Finland. Paikka ja kasvatus. Hyry-Beihammer, E. K., Hiltunen, M. & Estola, E. (eds.). Lapin yliopistokustannus, Vol. 2014, p. 127-143 17 p.

Harju-Luukkainen, H., Vettenranta, J., Kanervio, P. & Pulkkinen, S. (2014) Principalsperceptions for Finnish- and Swedish-language schools in Finland: An analysis of school-level indices from PISA 2009 leadership and Policy in Schools. 13, 3, s. 334-351.

Huusko, M. & Simola, M. (2014) Bolognan prosessi: Koulutuspoliittisten tavoitteiden ja toimenpiteiden sulatusuuni. Tiedepolitiikka, 39(1), 15-26.

Ikävalko, E. (2014) Valta ja nomadinen tutkijuus tasa-arvotyöryhmässä. Sukupuolentutkimus 4/2014, 1729.

Isopahkala-Bouret, U., Lappalainen S., and Lahelma E., (2014). Educating Worker-Citizens: Visions and Divisions in Curriculum Texts, Journal of Education and Work 27(1), 92-109.

Jóhannesson, A. I. & Ragnarsdóttir, G., (2014). Curriculum, crisis and the work and well-being of Icelandic upper secondary school teachers. Education Inquiry (EDUI) 2014, 5, pp. 43-67.

Kauko, J. (2014) Complexity in higher education politics: bifurcations, choices and irreversibility. Studies in Higher Education. 39, 9, p. 1683-1699.

Kjaran, J.I. & Jóhannesson, I. Á. (2014) Inclusion, exclusion and the queering of spaces in two Icelandic upper secondary schools. Ethnography and Education. Ethnography and Education.

Kosunen, S. (2014) Reputation and parental logics of action in local school choice space in Finland. Journal of Education Policy. 29, 4, s. 443-466.

Kosunen, S. & Carrasco, A. 2014. Parental preferences in school choice: comparing reputational hierarchies of schools in Chile and Finland. Compare. 2014. 1-24.

Kurki, T.& Brunila, K. (2014) Education and training as projectised and precarious politics. Power & Education, 6(3), 283-294.

Lahelma, E. (2014) Troubling discourses of gender and education. Educational Research, vol 56, no 2, pages 171-183

Lahelma, E. & Lappalainen, S. & Mietola, R. & Palmu, T. (2014) Discussions that tickle our brains: Constructing interpretations through multiple ethnographic data sets. Ethnography & Education, 9(1), 51-65.

Lahelma, E. & Lappalainen, S. & Palmu, T. & Pehkonen, (2014) Vocational teachers’ gendered reflections on education, teaching and care. Gender & Education, 26(3), 293-305.

Lappalainen, S. (2014) Locality, mobility and labour market citizenship: Reflections of Finnish vocational students in social services and health care. “Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 22(3), 425-445. DOI: 10.1080/14681366.2014.9149664. Isopahkala-Bouret, U. & Lappalainen, S. & Lahelma, E.”

Lidström, L., Holm, A-S. & Lundström, U. (2014) Maximising opportunities and minimising risks. Young peoples upper secondary school choices in Swedish quasi-markets. Young. Nordic Journal of Youth Research, 22 (1): 1-19.

Linderoth, J. & Öhrn, E. (2014) Chivalry, subordination and courtship culture. Being a Womanin online games. Journal of Gaming & Virtual Worlds, 2014, 6(1), 33-47.

Lundahl, L. & Olofsson, J., (2014). Guarded transitions?: Youth trajectories and school-to-work transition policies in Sweden. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth.

Löytönen, T., Anttila, E., Guttorm, H. & Valkeemäki, A. (2014) Playing with patterns: Fumbling towards collaborative and embodied writing. International Review of Qualitative Research 7 (2), 236-257.

Machart, R. & Dervin, f. (2014) LEduHub malaisien entre tradition et désirs de reconnaissance. Cahiers de la recherche sur l’éducation et les savoirs. 13, s. 53-72 20.

Miettunen, J. & Dervin, F. (2014) The most respected teachers in the world? Media Representations of the Finnish Teacher in Treacherous Times. The International Journal of Education for Diversities. 3, s. 21-36 16.

Mikander, P. & Holm, G. (2014) Constructing threats and a need for control: textbook descriptions of a growing, moving world population. Review of international geographical education online . 4, 1, p. 7-25 19 p.

Niemi, A-M. (2014) Tuki, tarve, leima, oikeus? Erityisyyden muotoutuminen ammatillisen koulutuksen diskursseissa. Kasvatus 45 (4) 349-363

Niemi, A-M. & Kurki, T. (2014) Getting on the right track?: Educational choice-making of students with special educational needs in pre-vocational education and training. Disability & Society, 29 (10), 1631-1644.

Niemi, A-M. & Kurki, T. (2014) Going to the right track? Subjectification in the choice-making processes of students with special needsin pre-vocational education and training. Disability & Society, 29(10), 1631-1644.

Niemi, P-M., Kuusisto, A. & Kallioniemi, A. (2014). Discussing school celebrations from an intercultural perspective – a study in the Finnish context. Intercultural Education, 25 (4), 255-268.

Norðdahl, K. & Jóhannesson, I. Á. (2014) Lets go outside: Icelandic teachersviews of using the outdoors. Education 313: International Journal of Primary, Elementary, and Early Years Education. Published on-line 29 September 2014 as ahead-of-print.

Oskarsdóttir, G.G. (2014) Reading at the transition from preschool to first grade: Continuity individualization curricular drift. Glædur (Icelandic journal on special education), 24(1), 62-74.

Pais, A. & Valero, P. (2014) Whither social theory? Educational Studies in Mathematics, 87(2), 241-248.

Paju, E., Salo, U-M., Guttorm, H., Hohti, R., Lappalainen, S., Mietola, R. & Niemi, A-M. (2014)Feministinen etnografia: Tietämistä ja tutkimista kasvatuksen kentillä. Sukupuolentutkimus 27 (4), 30-41.

Piirainen-Marsh, A. & Tainio, L. (2014) Asymmetries of knowledge and epistemic change in social gaming interaction. The Modern Language Journal, 98 (4), 1022-1038.

Pons, X., Zanten A. van , Da Costa, S. (2014) The national management of public and Catholic schools in France: Moving from a loosely coupled towards an integrated system? Comparative education DOI: 10.1080/03050068.2014.935580

Ragnarsdóttir, G. & Jóhannesson, I. Á. (2014) xCurriculum, crisis and the work and well-being of Icelandic upper secondary school teachers. Education Inquiry, 5(1), 4367.

Ricucci, R. (2014) Religione e politica nellislam territoriale. Differenze tra le prime e le seconde generazioni. Quaderni di sociologia, 66, 67-92.

Ricucci, R. (2014) Senza una lingua in comune: il ruolo genitoriale in emigrazione. Minorigiustizia, 3, pp. 94-101

Riitaoja, A-L. & Dervin, F. (2014) Interreligious dialogue in schools: beyond asymmetry and categorisation? Language and Intercultural Communication. 14, 1, s. 76-90..

Riitaoja, A-L. & Dervin, F. (2014) Interreligious dialogue in schools: beyond asymmetry and categorisation? Language and Intercultural Communication. 14, 1, s. 76-90.

Rinne, R., Jauhiainen, A. & Kankaanpää, J. (2014) Surviving in the Ruins of the University – Lost autonomy and collapsed dreams in the Finnish transition of university policies. Nordic Studies in Education. Special issue: Transnationalisation and Nordic higher education 34 (3), 213-232.

Rosvall, P-Å. (2014) Programarbetslag som stöd för nyutexaminerade kärnämneslärares etablering som gymnasielärare? Educare 2014:1 56-76.

Rosvall, P-Å. & Öhrn, E. (2014) Teachers’ silences about racist attitudes and students’ desires to address these attitudes. Intercultural education 25(5) 337-348.

Rusk, F., Sahlström, F., Pörn, M. & Slotte-Lüttge, A. (2014) Perspectives on using video recordings in conversation analytical studies on learning in interaction. International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 37

Rönnberg, L. (2014) Att ta inspektionen i egna händer. Hur lokala aktörer använder skolinspektionen. Utbildning & Demokrati, 23 (1), 85-107.

Rönnberg, L. (2014) Justifying the Need for Control: Motives for Swedish National School Inspection during Two Governments. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 58 (4), 385-400.

Rönnberg, L. (2014) School inspection in Sweden: historical evolution, resurrection and gradual change. Revue française de pédagogie, N°186, 35-45.

Rönnlund, M. (2014) Justice in and Through Education? StudentsParticipation in DecisionMaking. Journal of Social Science Education, 13(2)

Siivonen, P. & Brunila, K. (2014) The making of entrepreneurial subjectivity in adult education. Studies in Continuing Education.

Tainio, L. & Winkler, I. (2014) The construction of ideal reader in German and Finnish textbooks for literacy education. L1 – Educational Studies in Language and Literature.

Ulla, B. (2014) Auget som arrangement om blikk, makt og skjønn i profesjonsutøvinga til barnehagelæraren. Nordisk Barnehageforsking. Vol. 8/2014, pp. 1-16.

Ulla, B. (2014) The concept of the dispositive: Methodological pathways to critical educational research. Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology (RERM), vol5(2), pp.46-59.

Valero, P., & García, G. (2014)Matemáticas escolares y el gobierno del sujeto moderno [School mathematics and the governing of the Modern subject. BOLEMA: Boletim de Educação Matemática, 28(49), 491-515

Valero, P., & Meaney, T. (2014)Trends in researching the socioeconomic influences on mathematical achievement. ZDM International Journal on Mathematics Education, 46(7), 987-998

Valero, P., Daubjerg, P. & Løvbjerg, K. (2014) Praksisnærhed i erhvervsskolens naturfagsundervisning gennem betydende overgange. NORDYRK. Nordic Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 4, 1-15.

Varjo, J., Kalalahti, M. & Silvennoinen, H. (2014). Families, school choice and democratic iterations on the Right to Education and Freedom of Education in Finnish municipalities. Journal of School Choice 8 (1), 20–48.

Weiner, G. (with Joan Forbes, Aberdeen University) (2014) ‘Gender power in elite schools: methodological insights from researcher reflexive accounts. Research Papers In Education, 29, 2, 172-192

Xing, X. & Dervin, F. (2014) Dancing in Fetters? Chinese principalsperceptions of the effects of Finnish training programs. Frontiers of Education in China. 9, 2, s. 211-237.

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