Verlag Barbara Budrich

Search
Filter
Filter by Produkt-Kategorien.
select all / select none
Subjects
Education
Gender Studies
History
University Didactics
Politics
Politische Bildung
Psychology
Key Competences
Social Work
Society
Open Access
Our English Publications
prolog-Verlag
Inspirited
utb
Series
Journals

Verlag Barbara Budrich

Search
Filter
Filter by Produkt-Kategorien.
select all / select none
Subjects
Education
Gender Studies
History
University Didactics
Politics
Politische Bildung
Psychology
Key Competences
Social Work
Society
Open Access
Our English Publications
prolog-Verlag
Inspirited
utb
Series
Journals

Information about the book

Pre-order

ISBN: 978-3-8474-2626-4

Perspectives on Transitions in Refugee Education

Ruptures, Passages, and Re-Orientations

Autor*innen/Herausgeber*innen:

Erscheinungsdatum : ca. 12.12.2022

Not yet available
Reserve now

42,99  incl. VAT - 53,00  incl. VAT

(Preis noch vorläufig)

Before you can add this product to your shopping cart, you must complete the current order: shopping cart

ISBN: 978-3-8474-2626-4
Kategorien: Education, Social Work

Description

Refugees face transitions in their lives: on an individual, a social and a cultural level. This book covers various aspects of these transitions and their intersections with educational experiences. Studies from different country contexts show the complex relationships between individual, culture, society and institutions. Examining these relationships and experiences during transitional processes aims to contribute to a deeper understanding of the different types of transitions in the context of refugee education, which may lead to an improvement of support structures in the future.

The aim of this book is to present various aspects of transitions that refugees are facing in their lives and the intersections among these transitions and refugee education. Chapters from different country contexts reveal how refugees engage in several transitional processes due to movement between different countries, their settlement in a new country, as well as the transitions that are inherent to their life-course. Examining the various aspects of such relationships and experiences during transitional processes may help to understand the typologies of different transitions in the context of refugee education. Transitional processes that the chapters of the book tackle include educational transitions, transformative transitions, cultural transitions as well as social transitions from various refugee groups’ perceptions including parents, students, teachers and unaccompanied minors. Several chapters discuss how experience of transition is influenced by rules, regulations, and responses of micro and macro environments, such as local community, institutions, governments at the national and international levels while some other specifically indicate the aspects of transitions taking place in schools.

The authors:
Seyda Subasi Singh, PhD, works in the Department of Education at the Faculty of Philosophy and Education at the University of Vienna, Austria
Olja Jovanović Milanović, PhD, works at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Belgrade, Serbia
Michelle Proyer, PhD, works at the Center for Teacher Education and the Department of Education at the Faculty of Philosophy and Education at the University of Vienna, Austria

The target group:
Lecturers and researchers in educational science and migration studies

Additional information

Publisher

ISBN

978-3-8474-2626-4

eISBN

978-3-8474-1786-6

Format

A5

Scope

ca. 220

Year of publication

2022

Date of publication

ca. 12.12.2022

Edition

1

Language

Englisch

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Perspectives on Transitions in Refugee Education”

Your email address will not be published.

Autor*innen

Schlagwörter

Educational inclusion, Forced migration, refugee education, refugees, social inclusion, Transitions

Description

Description

Refugees face transitions in their lives: on an individual, a social and a cultural level. This book covers various aspects of these transitions and their intersections with educational experiences. Studies from different country contexts show the complex relationships between individual, culture, society and institutions. Examining these relationships and experiences during transitional processes aims to contribute to a deeper understanding of the different types of transitions in the context of refugee education, which may lead to an improvement of support structures in the future.

The aim of this book is to present various aspects of transitions that refugees are facing in their lives and the intersections among these transitions and refugee education. Chapters from different country contexts reveal how refugees engage in several transitional processes due to movement between different countries, their settlement in a new country, as well as the transitions that are inherent to their life-course. Examining the various aspects of such relationships and experiences during transitional processes may help to understand the typologies of different transitions in the context of refugee education. Transitional processes that the chapters of the book tackle include educational transitions, transformative transitions, cultural transitions as well as social transitions from various refugee groups’ perceptions including parents, students, teachers and unaccompanied minors. Several chapters discuss how experience of transition is influenced by rules, regulations, and responses of micro and macro environments, such as local community, institutions, governments at the national and international levels while some other specifically indicate the aspects of transitions taking place in schools.

The authors:
Seyda Subasi Singh, PhD, works in the Department of Education at the Faculty of Philosophy and Education at the University of Vienna, Austria
Olja Jovanović Milanović, PhD, works at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Belgrade, Serbia
Michelle Proyer, PhD, works at the Center for Teacher Education and the Department of Education at the Faculty of Philosophy and Education at the University of Vienna, Austria

The target group:
Lecturers and researchers in educational science and migration studies

Bibliography

Additional information

Publisher

ISBN

978-3-8474-2626-4

eISBN

978-3-8474-1786-6

Format

A5

Scope

ca. 220

Year of publication

2022

Date of publication

ca. 12.12.2022

Edition

1

Language

Englisch

Reviews (0)

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Perspectives on Transitions in Refugee Education”

Your email address will not be published.

Authors

Autor*innen

Tags

Pressestimmen

Abstracts

en_USEnglish

Shipping costs

Books and journals print editions:
When ordering via this website:
Free shipping within Germany.
International shipping: 5,00 Euro.

eBooks and PDFs:
No shipping costs.

Journal subscriptions:
The subscription conditions of the magazine apply.