Being Heard?

Identifying Student Subject Positions in Research about School and Classroom Community

Authors

  • Eleni Patoulioti Uppsala University
  • Claes Nilholm Uppsala University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3384/confero.2001-4562.231216

Keywords:

community, metaphors, SMART, discourse analysis, subject positions, students, review

Abstract

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Author Biography

Claes Nilholm, Uppsala University

Claes Nilholm is a professor of education at Uppsala University who has a broad research interest with a focus on inclusive education. His main contributions concern theoretical and conceptual issues and overviews and reviews of research.

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