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TE Neonazisme1 Conclusion or what did we learn? n 6. The danger of spreading seems to be small if adults (x teachers, researchers) engage in dialog.Extreme groups recruits by going to excess who scares adults The effect of opposition diminish when adults get insight
TE Neonazisme2 Conclusion or what did we learn? n 7. Using the methods of school,-class, therapeutic meetings may be one adequate methods. It may become a forum for more mature forum for dialogue and make a basis for belongingnes in a broader context.
TE Neonazisme3 Conclusion or what did we learn? n 8.Belongingness is a key - word. It is a problem in modern society that belongingness to significant groups is not easily accessible for everyone. Extreme groups can be one alternative or surrogate Belongness needs sicial arenas, to expend these are important, and the school can play an important part
TE Neonazisme4 Conclusion or what did we learn? n 9. Moralisation seems to have a low effect almost opposite (consolidation). That does not mean that the teacher is some sort of a meaning eunuch. He has his moral, integrity and is in the right to claim respect as a person. Racism has something to do with personal moral and responsibility
TE Neonazisme5 Conclusion or what did we learn? n 10. The competence to solve social problems can always be raised to a higher and more mature level. But this will demand systematic educational planning and effort.
TE Neonazisme6 Main Conclusion n Teachers and engaged adults can work with such problems even though he stands for personally stands for a different position than the existing youth culture he works in and with. Personal contact and a engagement is the important thing. Dialogue is more important than agreement. Some of the teachers thought that the last was unessential