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IJREE – International Journal for Research on Extended Education
2-2021: Free Contributions

Sang Hoon Bae: Editor’s Preface

General Contributions
Regula Windlinger / Laura Züger: Job Demands, Job Resources and Well-Being of Staff in Extended Education Services in Switzerland: A Longitudinal Study
David Thore Gravesen / Sidse Hølvig Mikkelsen: “It’s not about the grades!” On Shadow Education in Denmark and How Parents Wish to Help Their Children Get Ahead
Bruce Hurst: Exploring Playful Participatory Research with Children in School Age Care

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2196-3673

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9. Jahrgang 2021

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2

Date of publication

16.05.2022

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48

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Englisch

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17 x 24 cm

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https://doi.org/10.3224/ijree.v9i2

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child-rearing strategies, extended education, Foucault, inequality in education, job characteristics, job demands-resources model, participatory research, play, private supplementary tutoring, school age care, shadow education, staff well-being, youth education

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Job Demands, Job Resources and Well-Being of Staff in Extended Education Services in Switzerland: A Longitudinal Study (Regula Windlinger, Laura Züger)
Extended education services are expanding in Switzerland. Their quality depends on the working conditions and well-being of staff. This study examined the relationships between job demands, job resources and well-being using the job demands-resources ( JD-R) model. 655 staff members from 113 extended education services from three Swiss cantons participated in the three-wave study. Overall, staff reported low levels of job demands and high levels of resources except for autonomy. Results provided support for the motivational and health impairment processes proposed by the JD-R model, although not consistently for both measurement intervals. The findings highlight the importance of focussing on working conditions, especially when extended education services expand in the future. Keywords: Job Demands-Resources model, job characteristics, staff well-being, extended education
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“It’s not about the grades!” On Shadow Education in Denmark and How Parents Wish to Help Their Children Get Ahead (David Thore Gravesen, Sidse Hølvig Mikkelsen)
This article is about shadow education in Denmark. Based on qualitative interview data with families that purchase private supplementary tutoring, we analyse how this tutoring is related to child-rearing strategies in the families. With theoretical inspiration from Annette Lareau, we analyse the parents’ involvement in their children’s education as aspects of concerted cultivation. With the concept parentocracy, we shed light on the role parents’ wealth and wishes play in their children’s educational life. Finally, we look to contemporary educational youth research and the concept performance culture, to address implications such as stress, pressure, competitiveness, and a strong focus on grades among students in Danish upper secondary education. Keywords: Shadow education, private supplementary tutoring, child-rearing strategies, youth education, inequality in education
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Exploring Playful Participatory Research with Children in School Age Care (Bruce Hurst)
Participatory research methods that focus on children’s right to form and express views about research topics have grown in popularity in recent decades. It is less common for play to have a central role in participatory research. This article provides an account of a small, participatory research project conducted in a School Age Care setting in Melbourne, Australia where play had a more central role in the method. The decision to embed the research in a play-based setting contributed to a fluid, playful research environment where play and work became entangled in complex ways. This article draws on poststructural theories to make sense of what happened during the research. It contemplates whether there is a place for playful research in extended education settings and if there are any benefits. Keywords: Extended education, school age care, participatory research, play, Foucault
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Content

IJREE – International Journal for Research on Extended Education
2-2021: Free Contributions

Sang Hoon Bae: Editor’s Preface

General Contributions
Regula Windlinger / Laura Züger: Job Demands, Job Resources and Well-Being of Staff in Extended Education Services in Switzerland: A Longitudinal Study
David Thore Gravesen / Sidse Hølvig Mikkelsen: “It’s not about the grades!” On Shadow Education in Denmark and How Parents Wish to Help Their Children Get Ahead
Bruce Hurst: Exploring Playful Participatory Research with Children in School Age Care

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2196-3673

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2196-7423

Volume

9. Jahrgang 2021

Edition

2

Date of publication

16.05.2022

Scope

48

Language

Englisch

Format

17 x 24 cm

DOI

https://doi.org/10.3224/ijree.v9i2

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Job Demands, Job Resources and Well-Being of Staff in Extended Education Services in Switzerland: A Longitudinal Study (Regula Windlinger, Laura Züger)
Extended education services are expanding in Switzerland. Their quality depends on the working conditions and well-being of staff. This study examined the relationships between job demands, job resources and well-being using the job demands-resources ( JD-R) model. 655 staff members from 113 extended education services from three Swiss cantons participated in the three-wave study. Overall, staff reported low levels of job demands and high levels of resources except for autonomy. Results provided support for the motivational and health impairment processes proposed by the JD-R model, although not consistently for both measurement intervals. The findings highlight the importance of focussing on working conditions, especially when extended education services expand in the future. Keywords: Job Demands-Resources model, job characteristics, staff well-being, extended education
» Buy Single Contribution (Budrich Journals) / Einzelbeitrag kaufen (Budrich Journals)

“It’s not about the grades!” On Shadow Education in Denmark and How Parents Wish to Help Their Children Get Ahead (David Thore Gravesen, Sidse Hølvig Mikkelsen)
This article is about shadow education in Denmark. Based on qualitative interview data with families that purchase private supplementary tutoring, we analyse how this tutoring is related to child-rearing strategies in the families. With theoretical inspiration from Annette Lareau, we analyse the parents’ involvement in their children’s education as aspects of concerted cultivation. With the concept parentocracy, we shed light on the role parents’ wealth and wishes play in their children’s educational life. Finally, we look to contemporary educational youth research and the concept performance culture, to address implications such as stress, pressure, competitiveness, and a strong focus on grades among students in Danish upper secondary education. Keywords: Shadow education, private supplementary tutoring, child-rearing strategies, youth education, inequality in education
» Buy Single Contribution (Budrich Journals) / Einzelbeitrag kaufen (Budrich Journals)

Exploring Playful Participatory Research with Children in School Age Care (Bruce Hurst)
Participatory research methods that focus on children’s right to form and express views about research topics have grown in popularity in recent decades. It is less common for play to have a central role in participatory research. This article provides an account of a small, participatory research project conducted in a School Age Care setting in Melbourne, Australia where play had a more central role in the method. The decision to embed the research in a play-based setting contributed to a fluid, playful research environment where play and work became entangled in complex ways. This article draws on poststructural theories to make sense of what happened during the research. It contemplates whether there is a place for playful research in extended education settings and if there are any benefits. Keywords: Extended education, school age care, participatory research, play, Foucault
» Buy Single Contribution (Budrich Journals) / Einzelbeitrag kaufen (Budrich Journals)

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