Poor laws and schooling in Stockholm

Poor laws and schooling in Stockholm Purpose The purpose of this paper is to utilize illustrative examples from the industrialisation period in Sweden to analyse the interlace between poor legislation and school legislation.Designmethodologyapproach It deals with how state regulation and societal transformations intervened in the lives of poor children and their parents. In particular, this article examines how collaboration between schools and poor relief resulted in normative judgements about their social inclusion and exclusion.Findings Overall, the article illuminates a new era in the history of social policy, an epoch when old assumptions were abandoned and fresh links were forged between industrialisation, national economics, education, gender relations, and social welfare. These changes are clarified not only by reference to nineteenth century sources but also to national and international research, and ideas about capital and gender relations associated with, among others, Hannah Arendt and Pierre Bourdieu.Originalityvalue The study illustrates how and why the official public spirit affects children and why understanding of this relationship needs to be broadened as well as deepened. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png History of Education Review Emerald Publishing

Poor laws and schooling in Stockholm

History of Education Review, Volume 42 (1): 15 – Jun 21, 2013

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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0819-8691
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10.1108/08198691311317688
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to utilize illustrative examples from the industrialisation period in Sweden to analyse the interlace between poor legislation and school legislation.Designmethodologyapproach It deals with how state regulation and societal transformations intervened in the lives of poor children and their parents. In particular, this article examines how collaboration between schools and poor relief resulted in normative judgements about their social inclusion and exclusion.Findings Overall, the article illuminates a new era in the history of social policy, an epoch when old assumptions were abandoned and fresh links were forged between industrialisation, national economics, education, gender relations, and social welfare. These changes are clarified not only by reference to nineteenth century sources but also to national and international research, and ideas about capital and gender relations associated with, among others, Hannah Arendt and Pierre Bourdieu.Originalityvalue The study illustrates how and why the official public spirit affects children and why understanding of this relationship needs to be broadened as well as deepened.

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History of Education ReviewEmerald Publishing

Published: Jun 21, 2013

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