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  • Children's Daily Life Highly Regulated

    [9 Mar 2017] Children in Sweden and the US experience their daily life as highly structured and regulated. But while US children state that homework and long schooldays are what makes everyday life difficult, Swedish children point to the continuous nagging and stress that occur in relation to daily routines. These are some key findings of a new study from the University of Gothenburg.

  • Four questions to Annika Bergviken Rensfeldt

    [19 Dec 2016] ... associate head of department, senior lecturer in education with a focus on learning and IT at the Department of Education, Communication and Learning and the first person at the Faculty of Education to be appointed Excellent Teacher.

  • Professor Ove Sernhede celebrated for his contribution

    [13 Dec 2016] A group of Swedish and international researchers have written a book to honour their colleague and friend Ove Sernhede, professor of child and youth studies at the Department of Education, Communication and Learning. According to the authors, Sernhede has served as an intellectual source of inspiration to youth and cultural researchers for over 30 years.

  • More crimes reported to police despite falling crime rates

    [3 Nov 2016] The school environment is the place where Swedish adolescents are most likely to commit or fall victim to acts of violence. 'The school violence is a problem. But at the same time as the number of crimes committed at schools has decreased, the number of police reports filed has increased as a result of the ongoing juridification of the school environment', said Johannes Lunneblad, associate professor at the Department of Education, Communication and Learning, at an open lecture at the Faculty of Education in October.

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