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Peter Skagius

Background

MSc in Psychology, 2012

Clinical Psychologist at out-patient clinic, 2012-2013; 2014

Research assistant, Department of Thematic Studies - Child Studies, Autumn 2013.

PhD student at Department of Thematic Studies - Child Studies, 2015-

Research interests

  • The history of childhood
  • The history and sociology of child psychology and psychiatry
  • Science Studies
  • Discourse analysis
  • Actor-network theory, Enactment and 'the ontological turn'
  • Posthumanism

Ongoing research

The title of my dissertation is "Psychiatrization of childhood? Child psychiatric expertise in Swedish media and public broadcast 1968-2008" and it examines the dissemination and circulation of child psychological and psychiatric expertise in Swedish mass media during the later decades of the 20th century and the ways that such expertise has influenced our understanding of children and youths' development, child rearing, family constellations, and so on.

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Publications

Skagius, Peter, & Münger, Ann-Charlotte (2016). Professional reinventions: Swedish psychologists, 1990-2010. History of Psychology, 19(4), 274-297.

Holmquist, Peter (2014). Psykologprofessionen i Sverige 1990-2010. Psykologtidningen, 2, 30-33.

Master's thesis: "En psykolog till alla!" : En diskursanalytisk studie av den svenska psykologprofessionen 1990-2010 ["A psychologist for everyone!": A discourse analysis of the Swedish psychologist 1990-2010]

 

Social media profiles

Academia.edu

Researchgate

PH. d. Student

Telephone: 013-282957
Fax: 013-28 29 00

E-mail:  peter.skagius@liu.se

Address:
Department of Thematic Studies -
Child Studies
Linköping university
SE-581 83 Linköping


About Child studies

Child Studies is an interdisciplinary research unit focusing on issues regarding children, childhood and family in history and society. Education in Child Studies: under graduate level, master level, graduate level (Ph.D).



About Tema

The objective for Tema - The Department of Thematic Studies is to pursue excellent research and education at undergraduate and advanced levels relevant to society.

Child Studies
Gender Studies
Technology and social change
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