Lokal yrkesfagskultur og ulikhet i fortellinger om ungdoms utdanningsvalg

- et stedssensitivt blikk på Oslo og Rogaland

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https://doi.org/10.7577/njcie.3246

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educational aspirations; vocational education; place sensitivity; place; youth

Abstract

The literature on vocational educational aspirations typically lacks a conception of space, place and local employment opportunities. This article compares two locations in Norway, that is, the capital Oslo, characterised by knowledge-intensive industries, and a rural district in Rogaland, characterised by manufacturing and oil-related industries, to illuminate how aspirations, class and location intersects. In Oslo, there is a lack of available apprenticeships, a strong east-west segregation regarding enrolment to vocational education and training, and few schools provide vocational programs. In contrast, Rogaland has a firmly established vocational culture, and large shares of youth opt for vocational educations following ten years of compulsory schooling. Drawing on interviews with young people in Oslo and Rogaland, the case-comparative analysis illustrates how these two locations are (re)producing very different educational logics, directing youth either away from or towards vocational education. The article aims to contribute to understandings of educational aspirations by advocating place-sensitivity in the complex ways that social inequality in education is shaped, maintained and reinforced.

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Author Biography

Kristinn Hegna

Kristinn Hegna er førsteamanuensis ved Insitutt for pedagogikk ved Universitetet i Oslo. Hun var ansatt som forsker ved Seksjon for ungdomsforskning ved NOVA fra 1996-2015, og har sittet i redaksjonen i Tidsskrift for ungdomsforskning siden 2008. Hun har publisert tekster om ungdom, utdanning, yrkesfag, utdanningsvalg, identitet, seksuell orientering, og betydningen av kjønn, innvandrings- og klassebakgrunn.

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2019-12-12

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Hegna, K., & Reegård, K. (2019). Lokal yrkesfagskultur og ulikhet i fortellinger om ungdoms utdanningsvalg : - et stedssensitivt blikk på Oslo og Rogaland. Nordic Journal of Comparative and International Education (NJCIE), 3(3), 91–108. https://doi.org/10.7577/njcie.3246