The Hillerød Model: Practices of Bridging and Community Building co-produced from the Margins

Line Lerche Mørck, Maja Baunbjerg

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Abstract

This paper explores a volunteer association Street Lab as “one of the legs” in an alternative collaborative crime preventive strategy, called The Hillerød Model. The term “legs” in and across different practices is based on the local leaders (of Street Lab and SSP) explanations about how the alternative SSP collaboration in the Danish suburb Hillerød is arranged as collaborative practices of bridging and community building. The concept boundary position (a position which overlap in and across different practices) is also a social practice theoretical way of exploring how connections and bridging are co-produced in and across very different communities and across different participants, including multi-positioned social workers, young people and their parents struggling from marginal positions. This paper draws on, and further develops the social practice theoretical understanding of boundary positions and boundary community to grasp the bridging and transformative collaborative praxis, both theoretically and in practice promoting democratic participatory processes and practice development. Boundary community is applied as an analytical approach for analyzing participatory processes of collective brokering and the meanings and productions of overlaps, connections, and collaborations between and across many different communities, contexts, and participants, with a special focus on the young people participating from marginal positions.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftForskning og Forandring
Sider (fra-til)1-30
Antal sider30
StatusAfsendt - 4 sep. 2023

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