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She is equally adamant that the story of Thai women in Norway is more a positive one than a negative one. I am happy to live in Norway with my husband.' The TV programme comes at a time when a government report in Finland concluded that well over 90% of marriages between Thai women and men from Finland were happy ones.
Finnish women's groups had called for an investigation into the high levels of Thai women opting to live at home as housewives.
The articles focus on a) the cultural politics of Norwegian sex education, b) the interplay between sexuality and questions of cultural differences in Social Science textbooks, c) conceptual and affective problems in education about “race” and racism, and d) the impact of affective educational spaces on teaching and learning questions of “difference” in the classroom.
The first two articles primarily consist of discussions of existing research and textbook analyses. The analysis highlights the persistence of heteronormalizing and racializing conceptual frameworks in education that aims to combat discrimination.
I decided to pursue this topic further with my female friends, also from Norway.
I must also add that many of my Norwegian female friends have been in long-term relationships also with Norwegian guys.
All fighting for a show that doesn’t really need the help.
They’re hard at work tweeting at celebrities and launching petitions for the network on which it aired, NRK, to add English subtitles for international fans.
It consists of four articles and an introduction that discusses contextual, methodological, and theoretical issues that were important for the research that the articles present. Each season is told from the POV of one main character.It’s unique in that clips of the show are posted in real time online, as if its characters are real people.Specifically, it argues that the denial of “race” as a relevant concept in Norwegian public discourse and education currently hinders educational efforts to prevent racism among young people. Furthermore, it sheds light on how affective aspects of classroom interaction can strengthen or work against education that reproduces oppressive social norms.