Essays about: "thematic analysis"

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  1. 1. Looking into the black box: The roles of development workers in enhancing climate resilience and gender equality for ethnic minority women through the EmPower project in Vietnam

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för globala studier

    Author : Hong Hanh Nguyen; [2022-01-18]
    Keywords : feminist political ecology; development workers; climate change; gender equality; ethnic minorities; Vietnam;

    Abstract : The climate change-gender nexus has increasingly become the arena in which adaptation interventions take place. One such intervention is the EmPower program in the Asia-Pacific region by UN Women and UNEP. This research is a case study on how one program component on women’s renewable energy entrepreneurship is implemented in Vietnam. READ MORE

  2. 2. "We are increasingly western rather than Soviet" : A qualitative study on attitudes to English in Lithuania

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Engelska institutionen

    Author : Eva Svenborn Johansson; [2022]
    Keywords : English language; language attitudes; language ideologies; linguistic imperialism; Lithuania; Russification.;

    Abstract : The English language holds a status of a global Lingua Franca that is geographically and historically unique, and English dominance and the language ideologies surrounding it have been the subject of extensive research and discussions. Two contrasting viewpoints significant for these discussions are the idea of the global spread of English as a form of linguistic imperialism, and the idea of the global spread of English as a natural, and mostly positive, consequence of globalisation. READ MORE

  3. 3. Social passivity in English classrooms : A qualitative study on how upper-secondary English teachers in Sweden work to help socially passive students

    University essay from Mälardalens universitet/Akademin för utbildning, kultur och kommunikation

    Author : Jennifer Ängerfors; [2022]
    Keywords : Social passivity; English as a second language; Second language learning; Unwillingness to communicate; Qualitative; Upper-secondary school; Sweden;

    Abstract : The purpose of this study was to increase our knowledge of how upper-secondary English teachers in Sweden work to ensure that students who are socially passive reach the learning objectives regarding oral proficiency in the English subject. The study explores how six English teachers interpret the underlying factors causing students to be passive in English class, and what they do about this. READ MORE

  4. 4. Stigmatization of Self-identified Asians During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Sweden: A Qualitative Study on Stigma, ‘Passing,’ and Potential Solutions from the Perspective of the Interviewees

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för globala studier

    Author : Alexander C. Jonsson; [2021-12-22]
    Keywords : Stigma; Passing; Future suggestions; Covid-19; Discrimination against Asians; Whiteness; Intersectionality; Sweden;

    Abstract : With the derogatory political discourse by Donald Trump calling the Covid-19 pandemic the “China Virus,” and the “Wuhan Flu” there has been perceived increase in stigmatization, and discrimination towards Asian diaspora abroad. Shocking events have occurred in regard to Asian hate where within the US a Thai man was fatally assaulted in San Francisco (Fuller 2021); in the UK a Singaporean student was physically assaulted (Rawlinson and Quinn 2020); and in Sweden a couple were physically assaulted on the Stockholm metro to name a few (The Local 2020). READ MORE

  5. 5. ENGAGEMENT AND SENSE OF COMMUNITY IN A DISTANCE CIVIC ORIENTATION COURSE Design of a Communication Space for Newly Arrived Immigrants

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för pedagogik, kommunikation och lärande

    Author : Hilda Haqvinsson; [2021-12-14]
    Keywords : Distance Education; Newly Arrived Immigrants; Communication; Engagement; Sense of Community; Discussion Forum;

    Abstract : Purpose:The purpose of this research is to a), through collaboration with end users, develop a communication space in a distance civic orientation course, and thus b) investigate what aspects that may be important to include in this space in order to facilitate the learners’ sense of community and thus possibly their engagement in that course.Theory:For this capstone project, the Design Thinking method and its human-centred approach is used as a framework to continuously relate the progression of the project back to the users and their needs. READ MORE