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Vol. 20 No. 4 (2021): Classroom ethnography and rituals in schools
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Editors of this Issue

Katarina Blennow, Lund University, Sweden

Hana Cervinkova, Maynooth University, Ireland

Tilman Grammes, University of Hamburg, Germany

This special issue is dedicated to ethnographies of social science education in schools across Europe. Contributions included in the volume reflect the diverse legacies of school and classroom ethnography in Austria, England, Germany, Norway, Poland, Spain and Sweden. The authors follow different disciplinary and national traditions in the development and use of ethnographic methodologies. They build on anthropological, sociological and educational research from different European and American schools of thought, but their contributions, based on first-hand observations, share a commitment to understanding how everyday school-based practices connect to and illuminate sociocultural and political processes.

Published: 2022-01-14

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New Issue:

We are very happy to inform you about our new issue of the Journal of Social Science Education (JSSE): : JSSE 2021-4: Classroom ethnography and rituals in schools edited by Katarina Blennow, Hana Cervinkova and Tilman Grammes.

This special issue is dedicated to ethnographies of social science education in schools across Europe.

Italy: JSSE listed as A Level Journal at National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes.

Calls for Papers

Most Viewed Papers in 2021

Open and Permanent Call for Papers

The editorial team of the Journal of Social Science Education kindly invites authors to submit papers. The JSSE is an international peer-reviewed scientific journal for research on teaching and learning in the broad field of social science education.

Dorothee Gronostay
 

Bulent Tarman, Mehmet Fatih Yigit

Country Reports 

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Country reports aim to facilitate researchers’ access to colleagues, journals, professional associations and current educational polices in the respective countries.

The JSSE offers a wide range of country reports (link). 

 
Niclas Modig
 

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