Kulturkrockar i skolan : En fallstudie av integrering i det svenska skolsystemet
Sammanfattning: Some children grow up between two different cultures and in some cases different religious values / beliefs, how does it affect their everyday life both inside and outside school environments. Previous research shows that children may experience exclusion or a feeling of being in-between due to cultures and religious differences. A constant meeting with Swedish culture at school and then another at home, a so-called culture clash. The purpose is to investigate a family's experiences of integration in school through a case study, how it affects them as an Algerian ethnic family and what conditions are needed for an integrated society and education. A society where children do not have to be exposed to any type of abuse. In this study, a qualitative research method has been used as an approach to collect data from interviews with family members of North African descent, which was most appropriate given what the study intends to investigate and develop in this research work. Both unstructured and semi-structured interviews were chosen to be conducted to gather as much fact as possible, both through closed questions and open-ended questions. A result that through an analyse shows that there are children who can feel left out in certain Swedish festivals / cultural events and feelings of not being understood, and a feeling of middle ground arises where Algerian and Swedish cultures clash. At the same time, previous research was examined to find theoretical facts in the research work's subject choice. Thereafter, theory and empiricism were set against each other in an abductive approach.
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