This study examines how young people in tenth grade do pupils, and what role gender plays in the young peoples practice. To give an answer to these questions we base our study on a tenth grade class, and we call it 10.x. In this specific class we produce our empirical data by using observations and interviews as methods. We perceive the young people’s practice as dynamic and therefore something that is not established in advance of their actions. We are inspired by the following theoreticists: Laura Gilliam (2009, 2010), Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen (2011), Elsebeth Jensen (2011), Kirsten Grønbæk Hansen (2011) og Turid Skarre Aasebø (2008). In our observations and interviews we notice that the young people divide themselves into small groups. These groups become the structure of our analysis, because we find the relations between the young people are an important part of their practice as pupils. The conclusion of the study is that the young people in 10.x do pupils as an extension of their group. Besides that we find that it is important to be engaged socially, and that the boys generally are better at this than the girls.
|Uddannelser||Pædagogik og Uddannelsesstudier, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||13 jun. 2013|
- 10. klasse