Det svenska klassrummets bemötande av elever med en religiös bakgrund : En kvalitativ innehållsanalys av rapporter från tankesmedjan Timbro
Sammanfattning: This study discusses high school and religion based on David Thurfjell's theory of secularization. The study answers three different research questions where the purpose is to use two reports from the think tank Timbro, based on a qualitative content analysis, to answer the study's research questions. The research questions include, (1) whether the Swedish classroom is secularized or not, based on the think tank Timbro's surveys “Being neutral” and “Confessional independent schools - societal problems or human rights?” (2) how religious students are treated in school by non-religious students and teachers, based on the think tank Timbro's surveys “Being neutral” and “Confessional independent schools - societal problems or human rights?”. The final issue discussed is, (3) different tendencies that can be found in scientific research and based on David Thurfjells theory of secularisation in terms of secularization and schooling. The results of the study have been able to show that there is an exclusion of religious students in the Swedish high school classrooms as some teachers, among other things, choose to use the pronoun "them" when talking about religious people. This means that students with a religious background in the classroom do not feel included in the same way as the secularized students. This is a major reason why religious students choose confessional independent schools over public schools. (Karin Kittelmann Flesners, 2017, s. 21, 27), (Masoud Kamali (2005, s. 29-30), (Jonas Qvarsebo & Fredrik Wenell, 2018, s. 17).
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