Technical Report. Parent Structured Interview Study. Procedures, Instruments, Development, Samples and Showcases.
|Title in English||Technical Report Parent Structured Interview Study. Procedures, Instruments, Development, Samples and Showcases.|
|Year of publication||2018|
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|Description||The main goal of the structured interview study was to give voice to parents in ten European countries. The goal of this study was to create new knowledge about: cultural and linguistic resources in families, acculturation-participation orientation and identity construction, experiences with (early) education provisions and other services, aspirations and expectations, and wellbeing of parents and children. To achieve these goals, WP2 collected empirical data with structured interviews with parents from four specific disadvantaged groups across ten European countries with different education systems, welfare regimes and integration policies. These interviews involved parents with children in the 3- to 6-years and 9- to 12-years age range to capture the pre-primary phase and the phase before the transition to secondary school, including the experiences and decisions of parents relating to these phases. PAUL LESEMAN, YVONNE ANDERS, EDWARD MELHUISH, AYÇA ALAYLI, RYANNE FRANCOT, EBRAR GÜLEC, KONSTANTINOS PETROGIANNIS, CECÍLIA AGUIAR, JANA OBROVSKÁ are contributing authors.|