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natércio afonso et al 2009_use and circulation of pisa in portugal

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www.knowandpol.eu 
Project n° 0288848-2 co funded by the European Commission within the Sixth Framework Program
Use and Circulationof OECD’s “Programmefor International StudentAssessment” (PISA)in PortugalNatércio Afonso (Coord.)Estela Costa
With the collaboration of Andreia Caeiro
Portuguese TeamUniversidade de LisboaFaculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação
 
KNOWandPOLORIENTATION 3Supra-nationalinstrumentsWP 12
April 2009
 
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INTRODUCTION
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OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY ON CIRCULATIONAND USE OF PISA AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL
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CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF THE RESEARCH
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3.
 
METHODOLOGY AND SOURCES OF DATA
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3.1. THE DOCUMENT CORPUS
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3.1.1 Bibliography Research Criteria 83.1.2 Definition of the units of analysis 93.1.3 Definition of categories 103.2. PROCESSING OF COLLECTED MATERIAL
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3.2.1. Corpus of Documents 103.2.2. Interviews 11
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DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
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4.1. PISA’S SOCIAL MAPPING, HISTORYAND ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
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4.1.1. THE ORGANIZATIONAL FRAMEWORK AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL
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4.1.1.1. Brief description of the PISA structures at national level 124.1.1.2 Identification and characterisation of the Portuguesebody in charge of the management of PISA 134.1.1.3 Organisation and administrative structure of GAVE 144.1.1.4 Main national actors representative in the PGB and NPM 144.1.1.5 Description of the structures linked to PISA 184.1.1.6 Concluding 214.1.2. THE DECISION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PISA PROGRAMME
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4.1.2.1 Narratives on joining the PISA Programme 244.1.2.2 Justifications for joining PISA 29
 
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4.1.3. PARTICIPATION AT THE INTERNATIONALMANAGEMENT OF THE PROJECT
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4.1.3.1 Activities and agendas 314.1.3.2 Decisions and issues involved 334.1.3.3 Proposals and issues raised at supranational level 354.1.3.4 Type of participation and issues tackled 364.1.3.5 Influence of the Portuguese representatives in the supranationalstructures of PISA and the changes and tensionsin the supranational structures 394.1.3.6 Outlook regarding the development of the studyand the Portuguese participation in the 2007-2009 cycle 40
4.2. PISA, KNOWLEDGE AND POLICY
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4.2.1. PISA NATIONAL REPORTS
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4.2.1.1 Topics Addressed in the PISA National Reports 454.2.1.2 Knowledge of PISA in the debate on public education 484.2.2. THE SCIENTIFIC DEBATE ABOUT PISA
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4.2.3. PISA AND EDUCATIONAL POLICY MAKING
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4.2.3.1. PISA in the educational policy debate 544.2.3.2 PISA as a source of legitimacy for policy 734.2.3.3. PISA as a know-how producer for policy tools 85
CONCLUSIONS
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REFERENCES
90
ACRONYMS AND SIGLES
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APPENDIXES
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APPENDIX A List of Interviews 98APPENDIX B List of activities of National Centres (NC) 99APPENDIX C Blogosphere (list of Blogs analysed) 100APPENDIX D Script Interviews 101APPENDIX E PISA-related texts (Mass Media and Cyberspace) 102APPENDIX F PISA-related communications at the Parliamentary 103APPENDIX G PISA (actors) 104APPENDIX H Categories of analysis 105

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