Interviews

Research interviews

  • Eleonor Bredlöv Eknor_FotografSören Andersson Professionalism in the Preschool Teaching Profession Eleonor Bredlöv Eknor is a new postdoc at the unit of Early Childhood Education (FUFF). In the interview, she talks about her research area vocational education research, with focus on informal learning processes and about how power and sex contribute to how you become professional.
  • Annelie Fredricson, BUV. Fotograf: Niklas Björling, Stockholms universitet. Kindergarten Didactics Annelie Fredricson’s dissertation is about the didactics of kindergarten and, among other things, about what meaning the journal Barnträdgården (Kindergarten) and the kindergarten movement’s proponents have had for the development of Sweden’s preschools.
  • Lina Lundström Interview with Lina Lundström About performing friendship in upper secondary school. - We are needing a language for friendshipping in school, say Lina Lundström.
  • Kim Ringmar Sylwander Kim Ringmar Sylwander about Violations and Love is Interwoven in Young People’s Daily Online Life In a new dissertation, Kim Ringmar Sylwander maps young girls’ daily life on social media – an environment where hate and violent acts are interwoven with love and expressions of friendship.
  • Ung flicka sitter på huk vid en bokhylla och läser en bok på ett bibliotek. Interview with Sara Andersson about reading Girls Sara Andersson, PhD-student at the Department of Child and Youth Studies, gives an interview in connection to her disputation with the dissertation “Reading girls. Policies of reading and the transparent subject.”
  • Ulrika Winerdal.jpg Interview with Ulrika Winerdal Ulrika Winderdal’s research pinpoints how law enforcement agencies think in regards to their mission regarding children and young people that commit very serious crimes. She further speaks about the agencies’ “double responsibility”.
  • Christine Eriksson. Fotograf Niklas Björling Interview with Christine Eriksson What happens when a researcher, together with two pedagogues and six preschool children, start singing in a bus, or playing with their voices in a tunnel, or why not just sit on the floor of the subway train with a pen and a bit of cardboard to investigate what kind of patterns the vibrations of the body draw?
  • Arniika Kuusisto. Foto: Niklas Björling, Stockholms universitet. Passionate Researcher and Professor at BUV Arniika Kuusisto, is a professor at the Department of Child and Youth Studies, Stockholm University. She has previously been an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Helsinki and holds the title of Honorary Researcher at the Department of Education, University of Oxford.
  • Mindre_151001_BUV_0152_ylva_lorentzon_stående_fotograf_niklas_björling_1300x1950.jpg Ylva Lorentzon about the Status of Children’s Culture and about Defending a Doctoral Thesis Ylva Lorentzon has defended her doctoral thesis “Open worlds, reserved rooms: On status and politics of child culture in the everyday practice of the performing arts”. Here are her thoughts about her research.
  • Susanne Kjällander Digital tablets in today´s preschool, Susanne Kjällander Listen to Susanne Kjällander, Senior Lecturer at Department of Child and Youth Studies, when she talks about her exciting research.
  • Rickard Jonsson. Boys' Anti-School Culture, Rickard Jonsson Rickard Jonsson is a researcher at the Department of Child and Youth Studies. He is interested in finding answers to: How are stereotypes constructed?