Bridging theory and practice through Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) : critical perspectives on the conceptualisations of WIL at a university in Sweden
Ludvig Sunnemark, Fredrik Sunnemark, Karl Dahlquist, Emil Gahnström, Per Assmo, Laurence Piper
I am associate professor in the history of ideas and have long experience of research and development projects concerning questions of democracy, inclusion, and segregation/integration both in the Swedish and international context. I am also interested in the theory of ideology, the relationships between rhetoric and ideology and film and ideology, as well as theory of knowledge. My current research is focused on developing cooperative processes for social sustainability and epistemological aspects of work-integrated learning.
I am co-program director of the master’s program in work integrated political studies where I also do my main teaching and supervision. I also give courses on the Ph.D. program in work integrated learning and supervise Ph.D. students.
Democracy, inclusion, integration, segregation, sustainability, ideology, cooperative research, epistemology, work integrated learning