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Project data

Data from Bylderup, 28 participants:

  • 28 semi-structured interviews with focus on place conducted by a standard speaking interviewer – all transcribed
  • 28 semi-structured interviews with focus on place conducted by a dialect speaking interviewer – all transcribed
  • Group-recordings of all informants during physics lessons and mathematics lessons
  • Recordings (video and audio) of three focus group sessions regarding the local place identity – all transcribed
  • Self-recordings of 9 informants
  • Questionnaires regarding habits of everyday mobility
  • Mental maps regarding different aspects of everyday mobility and sense of place
  • Ethnographic observations during lessons and breaks
  • Ethnographic observations of selected participants during peer-group hanging out and spare time activities (sports etc.)
  • 54 video recordings of student counselling

Data from Vollsmose, 73 participants:

  • 70 semi-structured interviews with individual participants with focus on place conducted by a standard speaking interviewer – all transcribed
  • Group-recordings of most participants, mainly during Danish lessons and mathematics lessons
  • Recordings (video and audio) of six focus group sessions regarding local place identity – all transcribed 
  • Questionnaires regarding habits of everyday mobility
  • Mental maps regarding different aspects of everyday mobility and sense of place
  • Ethnographic observations during lessons and breaks
  • Ethnographic observations of selected participants during peer-group hanging out and spare time activities (sports etc.)
  • 65 video recordings of student counseling

Data from Munkebjerg

  • 11 semi-structured interviews with 9th graders at Munkebjergskolen, a public school in a more affluent area (compared to Vollsmose) of Odense 

Cooperation with The LANCHART Centre (DGCSS)

The project data is handled in cooperation with the LANCHART Centre. The Centre is associated with the Department Nordic Studies and Linguistics (NorS). 

The project data will be included in the LANCHART and NorS corpura of Danish spoken language.

The project follows the ethical guidelines for collecting and preserving linguistic and ethnographic data developed by LANCHART, University of Copenhagen.