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Studying citizenship education in the Netherlands. A qualitative approach to researching the teaching, shaping, and enacting of citizenship in three Dutch primary schools

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Yke Eijkemans ,

Yke Eijkemans, MSc is a lecturer and thesis supervisor at the department of Cultural Anthropology at Utrecht University and PhD-candidate at CEDLA, University of Amsterdam. Her PhD-project addresses citizenship education among school children in different socioeconomic contexts in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
About Yke
Yke Eijkemans, MSc is a lecturer and thesis supervisor at the department of Cultural Anthropology at Utrecht University and PhD-candidate at CEDLA, University of Amsterdam. Her PhD-project addresses citizenship education among school children in different socioeconomic contexts in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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Amy Berkhout,

Amy Berkhout, BA is completing her Master’s degree in Cultural Anthropology: Sustainable Citizenship at Utrecht University. She gained her undergraduate degree at the University of Bristol from the Historical Studies department and has three years’ professional experience delivering sustainability and citizenship based projects at primary and secondary schools in the United Kingdom for non-profit organizations.
About Amy
Amy Berkhout, BA is completing her Master’s degree in Cultural Anthropology: Sustainable Citizenship at Utrecht University. She gained her undergraduate degree at the University of Bristol from the Historical Studies department and has three years’ professional experience delivering sustainability and citizenship based projects at primary and secondary schools in the United Kingdom for non-profit organizations.
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Evie Jetten,

Evie Jetten, Bsc is a Master’s student in Cultural Anthropology: Sustainable Citizenship at Utrecht University. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Pedagogy and has worked with children during various internships at primary and secondary schools and in a pediatric department at a hospital.
About Evie
Evie Jetten, Bsc is a Master’s student in Cultural Anthropology: Sustainable Citizenship at Utrecht University. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Pedagogy and has worked with children during various internships at primary and secondary schools and in a pediatric department at a hospital.
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Lieke Kleinsmann

Lieke Kleinsmann, BSc is a Master’s student in Cultural Anthropology: Sustainable Citizenship at Utrecht University. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Cultural Anthropology and conducted fieldwork on language and identity in education in the Caribbean.
About Lieke
Lieke Kleinsmann, BSc is a Master’s student in Cultural Anthropology: Sustainable Citizenship at Utrecht University. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Cultural Anthropology and conducted fieldwork on language and identity in education in the Caribbean.
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DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/jsi.517
How to Cite: Eijkemans, Y. et al., (2017). Studying citizenship education in the Netherlands. A qualitative approach to researching the teaching, shaping, and enacting of citizenship in three Dutch primary schools. Journal of Social Intervention: Theory and Practice. 26(1), pp.93–100. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/jsi.517
Published on 16 Mar 2017.

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