Bjørg Kjær
  • Tuborgvej 164, D, 356

    2400 København NV

    Denmark

1988 …2024

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Research

My research is situated within critical disability studies and anthropology, recently focused on ethical and moral issues related to `special needs´ and (dis)ability in educational, societal and familial contexts as well as in research. In recent years I have studied social and cultural aspects related to diagnosed children, their families and professionals. Especially I am interested in children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ASD, and the consequences of everyday interpretations of what it means to be autistic.

Education/Academic qualification

Etnologi, Ph.d., Børn og barndom på fritidshjem. Et folkloristisk studie af fortolkning og forhandling om barnlig identitet, University of Gothenburg

Award Date: 5 Dec 2005

Folkloristik og retorik, Cand. mag., University of Copenhagen

Award Date: 14 Oct 1994

External positions

Nationalt Videncenter for Inklusion og Eksklusion (NVIE)

20062010

Forsker, Højvangseminariet

20012003

Keywords

  • Research into children and youth
  • Children as cultural and social agents
  • Child identity, negotiated and normalised
  • Ethical perspectives
  • Pedagogics for special needs
  • Special needs
  • Ethical perspectives
  • Parent collaboration
  • parenthood
  • Pedagogical quality
  • Good practice
  • Professional imaginaries of problems, (dis)ability, and practical pedagogy
  • Care facilities for children
  • Day care and kindergarten as a cultural system
  • Professional identity
  • Inclusive pedagogy

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