Tid för ting

  • Anna Jobér
Nyckelord: tid, kunskap, naturvetenskap, NO, mikroskop, posthumanism

Referenser

Barad, K. (2003). Posthumanist Performativity. Toward an Understanding of How Matter Comes to Matter. Journal of Women in Culture and Society 28 (3): 801-831

Carlone, H. (2003). Innovative science within and against a culture of ‘achievement’. Science Education, 87 (3): 307–328

Fenwick, T., Doyle, S., Michael, M., & Scoles, J. (2015). Matters of Learning and Education. Sociomaterial Approaches in Ethnographic Research. In Bollig, S., Honig, M., Neumann, S. & Seele,

C. (eds.) MultiPluriTrans in educational ethnography. Approaching the multimodality, plurality and translocality of educational realities. Bielefeld: Transcript: 141-162

Gunnarsson, K. (2015). Med önskan om kontroll. Figurationer av hälsa i skolors hälsofrämjande arbete. Doctoral Dissertation, Stockholm University

Hagerman, M. (2015). Käraste Herman. Rasbiologen Herman Lundborgs gåta. Stockholm: Norstedt

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Hultén, M. (2008). Naturens kanon. Formering och förändring av innehållet i folkskolans och grundskolans naturvetenskap. Doctoral dissertation, Stockholm University, Department of Education

Ideland, M., Axelsson, T., Jobér, A. & Serder, M. (2016). Helping hands? Exploring school’s external actor-networks. Conference paper presented at ECER conference, Aug 2016, Dublin, Ireland

Isling Poromaa, P. (2015). The significance of materiality in shaping institutional habitus. Exploring dynamics preceding school effects. British Journal of Sociology of Education 1 (19). http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01425692.2015.1093406

Jobér, A. (2012). Social class in science class. Doctoral dissertation, Malmö University and Lund University

Jobér, A. (2016). Revising laboratory work. Sociological perspectives on the science classroom. Cultural Studies of Science Education 1 (21). http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11422-016-9765-1

Jönsson, B. (2006). Guld. Stockholm: Bromberg

Latour, B. (2005). Reassembling the social. An introduction to actor-network theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Lundin, M. & Lindahl, M. G. (2014). Negotiating the relevance of laboratory work. Safety, procedures and accuracy brought to the fore in science education. Nordina 10 (1): 32–45

Mol, A. (2000). Things and thinking. Some incorporations of intellectually. Quest XIV 1-2. http://michiel.ipower.com/Quest_2000_PDF_articles/Quest_14_mol.pdf, assessed 17 May 2016.

Popkewitz, T. (2008). Cosmopolitanism and the age of school reform. Science, education, and making society by making the child. New York: Routledge

Röhl, T. (2015). Transsituating Education. Educational Artefacts in the Classroom and Beyond. In Bollig, S., Honig, M., Neumann, S. & Seele, C. (eds.) MultiPluriTrans in educational ethnography.

Approaching the multimodality, plurality and translocality of educational realities. Bielefeld: Transcript:121 – 139

Zogza, V. & Ergazaki, M. (2013). Inquiry-based science education. Theory and praxis. Review of Science, Mathematics and ICT Education 7 (2): 3–8

Publicerad
2016-12-13