Emerging Joint Expertise? : Multiagency Collaboration Described in Local Integration Programmes in Finland
Vanhanen, S. (2015). Emerging Joint Expertise? : Multiagency Collaboration Described in Local Integration Programmes in Finland. Finnish Yearbook of Population Research, 50, 85-95. Retrieved from http://ojs.tsv.fi/index.php/fyp/article/view/49665
Published inFinnish Yearbook of Population Research
© the Author, 2015. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of a Creative Commons License.
Multiagency collaboration is seen as an essential way of working to promote the two-way integration of newcomers and a receiving society. The term multiagency collaboration underlines the diversity of actors in cooperation. Cross-sectorial networks are mentioned in higher strategies as well as in the local programmes or plans for action. But how is multiagency work structured at the local level? This article looks at the examples of multiagency collaboration in the written documents of local integration programmes in the Finnish context. The examples are chosen from different areas. It seems that collaboration is widely emphasized as a goal or a working method. Whereas expertise in integration work is relatively novel in Finland, more analytical awareness of multiagency collaboration could support learning in networks and developing hybrid practices in this emerging field of knowledge.
PublisherVäestöliitto ; Suomen Väestotieteen Yhdistys ; Siirtolaisuusinstituutti
MetadataShow full item record
Except where otherwise noted, this item's license is described as © the Author, 2015. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of a Creative Commons License.
Showing items with similar title or keywords.
Kinnunen, Tuija (Centre for Applied Language Studies at the University of Jyväskylä, 2011)This article focuses on the challenges of multilingual court work in Finland. The goal of the article is to describe on the basis of one interpreting event the kind of problems that can be found in the court work regarding ...
Describing the entrepreneurial process of celebrity-entrepreneurs in cultural industries : grounded theory and autoethnographic study of nine female entrepreneurs working in the entertainment industry in Finland Näkyvä, Lotta (2018)Yrittäjyyttä eri ulottuvuuksineen on tutkittu laajasti. Kulttuuriteollisuus, mukaan lukien viihdeala, ovat myös herättäneet viime aikoina taloustutkijoiden mielenkiinnon. Julkisuuden henkilöksi tuleminen on yksi kulttuurialan ...
Dialogism as an Integral Element in Process Drama: Insights into a Drama Teacher’s Artistic-Pedagogical Expertise Viirret, Tuija Leena (2020)The quality of interaction is essential in drama education because of the personalising and corporeal nature of drama practices. In this study, the artistic–pedagogical dialogicality of three drama teachers is elaborated ...
Tynjälä, Päivi; Heikkinen, Hannu L. T.; Kallio, Eeva K. (Routledge, 2020)This chapter examines adult thinking from the perspective of professional expertise and phronēsis, that is, practical wisdom. It first describes differences between experts and novices, and presents three conceptualisations ...
Collaborative argumentation through role-play by students on a degree programme in social services Vapalahti, Kati; Marttunen, Miika (Routledge, 2020)The aim of this study was to investigate the nature of collaborative argumentation by students enrolled in a degree program in social services. Students (n = 29) in a University of Applied Sciences participated in role-play ...