Glances, which acts as the small signals that you are doing something wrong.
to be escorted To and from school and parties of brothers and cousins.
the Gossip on that one is 'English' or have flirted at a party.
these are some of the ways in which girls with another ethnic background than Danish are experiencing social control.
It tells teachers and supervisors who have contact with the girls, in one study, Ramboll has made for the Ministry of Children and education.
the Study is based on 68 qualitative interviews with managers, teachers, trainers, tutors and pupils at 14 ungdomsuddannelsesinstitutioner.
the Ministry stresses that the 68 interview is not representative. They function instead as examples of how secondary school pupils are exposed to social control.
According to the teachers and mentors are the particular girls with another ethnic background than Danish, who are being limited in their behavior.
The social control according to the interviewed expressed mainly through surveillance, gossip, and rumors, the choice of gf and choices of education.
"There are girls, seeks us in the study guide, because they feel they can't or don't do anything. They feel controlled and feel monitored almost 24/7," says a supervisor at a secondary school in the study.
Religion plays a big role, they tell.
"I'm also religionslærer, and I have seen some sit and guard each other, when we are working with islam," says a manager at a gymnasium.
minister for Children and education), Pernille Rosenkrantz-Theil (S) believe that the report will get the warning lamps to flash.
"If the culture that is characterised by social control, then it means that you can't live it ungdomsliv as one would want, and that's no good," the minister says to Berlingske.
Also in the Left ring alarm bells.
"It is completely unacceptable in an egalitarian society such as the Danish."
"Why is the report just yet another example of why it is so important that we constantly and consistently put the check against the social control in certain environments," says the Liberal party børneordfører, Ellen Trane Nørby.
the Problem calls on a wide range of initiatives, she believes.
to be inserted through education and information, but there must also be places where the girls can turn.
the Solution is, according to the child and ungeministeren to distribute students across schools. Until now, it is a task for the regions, considers Pernille Rosenkrantz-Theil.
the Government will "at a later stage" submit a proposal for how the future needs to be resolved, she says to Berlingske.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 17:00