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Combatting Marginalisation by Co-Creating Education: Methods, Theories and Practices from the Perspectives of Young People

David Thore Gravesen
VIA University College, Denmark

Kaz Stuart
University of Cumbria, UK

Mette Bunting
University of South-Eastern, Norway

Sidse Hølvig Mikkelsen
VIA University College, Denmark

Peter Hornbæk Frostholm
VIA University College, Denmark


Product Details
Format:
Paperback
ISBN:
9781800434516
Published:
08 Feb 2021
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
264 pages - 129 x 198mm
Series:
Great Debates in Higher Education
The result of collaboration between students and researchers across Europe as part of an Erasmus+ funded project, this book sheds light on power structures and exclusion processes in education from the perspectives of young people.  

Bridging practical, empirical and theoretical questions, and focusing on young people’s stories in and outside of school, this edited collection delves into the narratives of young respondents that have experienced severe challenges in their school life. Written in three parts, the authors introduce the basic concepts surrounding social inclusion and equality, present chapters written and co-written with students, and consider the implications and models for practice, both in schools, youth work and higher education. 

Including a final chapter written by guest author Distinguished Professor Michelle Fine, who reflects on the project, and the potentials for future education, youth work and research, this book invites readers to better understand marginalization and how to build an inclusive educational future.
PART I. BACKGROUND DISCUSSIONS, THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNTS 
Chapter 1. Bringing people together. An introduction to the book, the project and the research behind it; David Thore Gravesen, Sidse Hølvig Mikkelsen, and Peter Hornbæk Frostholm
Chapter 2. Social cultural learning: students as co-researchers, a key for students’ success?; Mette Bunting, Sidse Hølvig Mikkelsen, and Paul Cammack
Chapter 3. The context of early school leavers; Kaz Stuart, Mette Bunting, Sidse Hølvig Mikkelsen, and Geir H. Moshuus 
Chapter 4. Equalities literacy framework; Kaz Stuart and David Thore Gravesen 
Chapter 5. The indirect approach – the basics, the craft and the ethics; Peter Hornbæk Frostholm and Steve Walker 
PART 2. EMPIRICAL FINDINGS, NARRATIVES AND ANALYTICAL TAKES 
Chapter 6. The importance of the student-teacher relationship; Mette Bunting and Kristin Jota 
Chapter 7. The educational potential of the arts for at-risk-students; Marie Møller-Skau 
Chapter 8. Social exclusion in school - a view on vulnerability in a context based-perspective; Camilla Josephine Haven Pagh and Mette Elgaard Dyrholm 
Chapter 9. The one and only civilised way through education; Annemette Lund Kjær
Chapter 10. Young voices about inclusive education; Kathrine Bordevich, Mette Bunting, and Ingrid Gulseth Berge
Chapter 11. Educational deprivation in Blackpool in the UK; Kaz Stuart, Deborah Terras, and Tracy Cow 
Chapter 12. ‘Done with’ not ‘Done to’. Confronting marginalization by engaging in conversations with young people; Steve Walker and Mette Bunting 
Chapter 13. The importance of families and social relations outside school; David Thore Gravesen, Sidse Hølvig Mikkelsen, Peter Hornbæk Frostholm, and Josefine Mark Raunkjær 
PART 3. IMPLICATIONS AND POTENTIALS FOR FUTURE PRACTICE 
Chapter 14. A broader view at marginalization – and the steps towards change; David Thore Gravesen, Kaz Stuart, and Mette Bunting 
Chapter 15. Now what? Practical implications for higher education; Sidse Hølvig Mikkelsen and David Thore Gravesen 
Chapter 16. A love letter of sorts; Michelle Fine
David Thore Gravesen is a Research Programme Director at the Research Centre for Pedagogy and Education at VIA University College, Denmark. 

Kaz Stuart is Director of the Centre for Research in Health and Society at the University of Cumbria, UK. 

Mette Bunting is Head of the Department of Educational Science at the University of South-Eastern Norway. 

Sidse Hølvig Mikkelsen is Associate Professor at VIA University College, Denmark. 

Peter Hornbæk Frostholm is Associate Professor at VIA University College, Denmark.

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