Capabilities and Special Needs: An Educational Foundation

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The author, Christian Christrup Kjeldsen, presents a comprehensive
capability-oriented study of high excellence. For this work he has recieved the doctor titel Dr.phil (Doktor der Philosophie) from Bielefeld University, Germany 2013 with the highest possible grade "ausgezeichnet". The doctoral thesis deals with a new Danish innovative policy (Act. no. 564 of 2007), a social work and educational intervention for mentally challenged Young people and other young people with special needs, the so-called individually arranged youth education (STU). The investigated area has lately been taken into international consideration in relation to the implementation of the UN convention on the rights of persons with disabilities. As for the theoretical basis, the research makes
use of the sociological open-ended and relational concepts of Pierre Bourdieu and the normative yardstick of the Capability Approach. An approach that has been formulated by Amartya Sen and Martha Nussbaum, it introduces, discusses and finally analyses data with an emphasis on Martha Nussbaum’s central human functionings of practical reason and bodily health with a particular focus on the
freedom to choose.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
UdgivelsesstedHamburg
UdgiverVerlag Dr. Kovac
Antal sider561
ISBN (trykt)978-3-8300-7782-4
StatusUdgivet - 2014
SerieSozialpaedagogik in Forschung und Praxis
Vol/bind31
ISSN1615-1151

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  • Capability Approach, STU, Ungdomsuddannelse for unge med særlige behov, Pædagogisk Sociologi, Ungdomsuddannelse, Specialpædagogik

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