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History of Education in Norway: Alternative Perspectives in Research

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In an article in the 1990 yearbook for Norwegian school history, the grand old man of Norwegian school history research, Hans Jørgen Dokka, turned a critical eye on school-history research in Norway and asked: What should school history research preferably concern itself with if it is to give increased insight into today’s school situation? In this article I will attempt to pursue this issue by outlining some alternative perspectives from which historical researchers can choose.

Document Type: Research Article


Affiliations: University of Trondheim

Publication date: January 1, 1995

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