A strong commitment: conforming a school identity at one compulsory faith school in a disadvantaged area

@article{Lunneblad2017ASC,
  title={A strong commitment: conforming a school identity at one compulsory faith school in a disadvantaged area},
  author={Johannes Lunneblad and Ylva Odenbring and A. Hellman},
  journal={Ethnography and Education},
  year={2017},
  volume={12},
  pages={112 - 126}
}
ABSTRACT The focus of the present study is on how educators and students create a ‘sense of belonging’ and school identity. The ethnography was carried out at an independent Christian school with children and students aged six to sixteen years. This study’s aim is to contribute knowledge about how the identity of a school has become an important factor in the context of the marketisation of education. The identity of the school is articulated as a school with a Christian profile. Further, the… Expand

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