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Ernst Thoutenhoofd

Senior lecturer

Ernst Thoutenhoofd
Senior lecturer
ernst.thoutenhoofd@gu.se
+46 31 786 2153

Room number: A2.165
Postal Address: Box 300, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Västra Hamngatan 25 , 41117 Göteborg


Department of Education and Special Education (More Information)
Box 300
405 30 Göteborg
Fax: +46 31 786 2070
Visiting Address: Västra Hamngatan 25 , 411 17 Göteborg

About Ernst Thoutenhoofd

Ernst has a PhD in Sociology and Social Policy (University of Durham, 1996). He has held research and lecturing positions at the Universities of Durham, Central Lancashire and Edinburgh in the UK (1989–2006), and the Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences (2006–2010) and the University of Groningen (2009–2013) in the Netherlands.

During the Spring term of 2017 Ernst was visiting scholar at the Center for Social Theory at the University of Ghent (Belgium).

His main research interest is in the sociology of new technologies and measurement, notably the technocratic and data-driven means of the system of education.

Ernst is co-founding editor of the book series Scholarly Communication (Brill, Leiden), intended as shared inquiry into the mutual shaping of reading, writing and being learned; and peer-review board member of the open access journal Scholarly and Research Communication.

 

 "The possibility of variation lies in variety and not in the sufficiently probable chance of there being exemplars among a large number of individuals that distinguish themselves as being particularly innovative."
—Niklas Luhmann, Theory of Society Vol.1 p.263

 

Peer-reviewed articles

Sluiter, M.N., Wienen, A.W., Thoutenhoofd, E.D., Doornenbal, J.M., & Batstra, L. (2019) Teachers' role and attitudes concerning ADHD medication: A qualitative analysis. Psychology in the Schools 56(8):1259–1270. DOI 10.1002/pits.22270

Wienen, A. W., Sluiter, M. N., Thoutenhoofd, E.D., Jonge, P. de, & Batstra, L. (2019). The advantages of an ADHD classification from the perspective of teachers. European Journal of Special Needs Education (advance publication). DOI 10.1080/08856257.2019.1580838

Wienen, A.W., Batstra, L., Thoutenhoofd, E.D., de Jonge, P. & Bos, E.H. (2018) Teachers’ perceptions of behavioral problems in Dutch primary education pupils: The role of relative age. PLoS ONE 13(10): e0204718. DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0204718

Wienen, A.W., Batstra, L., Thoutenhoofd, E.D., Bos, E.H. and de Jonge, P. (2018) Do troublesome pupils impact teacher perception of the behaviour of their classmates? European Journal of Special Needs Education. DOI 10.1080/08856257.2017.1421600.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2018) The datafication of learning: Data technologies as reflection issue in the system of education. Studies in Philosophy and Education. 37(5):433–449. DOI 10.1007/s11217-017-9584-1.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2017) New techniques of difference: On data as school pupils. Studies in Philosophy and Education. 36(5):517–532. DOI 10.1007/s11217-016-9528-1.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D., Knot-Dickscheit, J., Rogge, J., van der Meer, M., Schulze, G., Jacobs, G. & van den Bogaerde, B. (2016) The sound of study: Student experiences of listening in the university soundscape. Journal of Further and Higher Education. 40(6):804–823.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. & Pirrie, A. (2015) From self-regulation to learning to learn: observations on the construction of self and learning. British Educational Research Journal. 41(1):72–84.

Krabbe, E.E., Thoutenhoofd, E.D., Conradi, M., Pijl, S.J. and Batstra, L. (2014) Birth month as predictor of ADHD medication use in Dutch school classes. European Journal of Special Needs Education. 29(4):571–578.

Pirrie, A. & Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2013) Learning to learn in the European Reference Framework for Lifelong Learning. Oxford Review of Education. 35(9):609–626.

Schulze, G., Rogge, J., Jacobs, G., Knot-Dicksheit, J., Thoutenhoofd, E.D. & van den Bogaerde, B. (2013) Grundlagenstudie zur Erfassung der Hörfähigkeit von Studierenden an den Universitäten Oldenburg, Groningen und der Hochschule Utrecht | A baseline survey for capturing the hearing ability and hearing disability of students at the Universities of Oldenburg and Groningen, and the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht. Empirische Sonderpadagogik. 2013(1), S.85-99.

Batstra, L. & Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2012) The risk that DSM-5 will further inflate the diagnostic bubble. Current Psychiatry Reviews. 8(4), 260-263.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2010) Science, technology and deafness: An introduction to organised knowledge as social problem, in Sign Language Studies. 10(2):143–154.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2010) Acting with attainment technologies in deaf education: Re- inventing monitoring as an intervention collaboratory, in Sign Language Studies. 10(2):214–230.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2007) Science, social science and technologies of deafness: Deaf studies and social change, in Deaf Worlds. 23(2/3):88–102.

Grimes, M., Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and Byrne, D. (2007) Language approaches used with deaf pupils in Scottish schools: 2001–2004, in Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education. 12(4):530-551.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2006) Cochlear implanted pupils in Scottish schools: 4-year school attainment data (2000–2004), in Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education. 11(2):171– 188.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2005) The sign language interpreter in inclusive education: Power of authority and limits of objectivism, in The Translator. 11(2):237–258.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2003) The British Sign Language variant of Stokoe notation: Report on a type-design project, in Sign Language Studies. 3(3):341–370.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2003) Inclusion of deaf pupils in standardised educational assessments: Potential sources of differential item functioning (DIF), in Deaf Worlds. 19(3)49–78.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2001) The development of a FileMaker Pro database for the morphemic analysis of productive forms in BSL, in International Journal of Sign Language and Linguistics. 4(1/2):107–123.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2001) Print culture and deaf readers, in Deaf Worlds. (17)3:80–88. Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2000) Philosophy’s real-world consequences for deaf people: Thought on iconicity, sign language and being deaf, in Human Studies. (23)3:261-279.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (1999) The mistake of the iconicity fallacy, in Deaf Worlds. 15(1):28-32.

Powers, S., Gregory, S. and Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (1999) An executive summary of the DfEE RR65, in Deaf Worlds. Coleford, England: Forest Bookshop. (15)2:8-12.

Powers, S., Gregory, S. and Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (1999) The educational achievements of deaf children: A literature review. Executive summary, in Deafness and Education International. (1)1:1-9.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (1998) Method in a photographic enquiry of being Deaf, in Sociological Research Online. http://www.socresonline.org.uk/socresonline/3/2/2.html: Socres. (3)2.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (1997) Vision | Deaf: vision as a constitutive element of Deaf communities, in Deaf Worlds. (13)1:19–29.
 

Books

Peursen, W.Th. van, Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and van der Weel, A. eds (October 2010) Text comparison and digital creativity: The production of presence and meaning in digital text scholarship. Leiden, the Netherlands: Brill.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D., Archbold, S.M., Gregory, S., Lutman, M.E., Nikolopoulos, T.P. and Sach, T.H. (2005) Paediatric cochlear implantation: Evaluating outcomes. London, England: Whurr.

 

Book chapters

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (October 2010), e-Research and textual presence, edited by van Peursen, W., Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and van der Weel, A., in Text comparison and digital creativity: The production of presence and meaning in digital text scholarship. Leiden, the Netherlands: Brill.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2008) Over cochleaire implantatie als kennisobject in digitale wetenschap, edited by van der Lem, T. and Spaai, G. (eds), in Effecten van CI in kinderen: Een breed perspectief. Deventer, the Netherlands: van Tricht. 67–82.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2008) Het meten van resultaten bij cochleaire implantatie, edited by van der Lem, T. and Spaai, G. (eds), in Effecten van CI in kinderen: Een breed perspectief. Deventer, the Netherlands: van Tricht. 117–130.

 

Non-refereed articles

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and Batstra, L. (2013) Overleeft de psychiatrie de DSM-5? Diagnostische inflatie trivialiseert de term stoornis. De Psycholoog, maart 2013 pp.10- 17.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D., Leiper, C. and Grimes, M. (2006) The weight of deaf education: Managing identity across placements and communication options. Public download on Academia.edu.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (1995) ‘What-no caption?’ The visual and ways of knowing, in Signpost 8(1–2):22–27.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (1993) Ways of seeing photographic criticism, in Signpost. 6(3):35–42. Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (1992) Transcribing and reading: what constitutes a writing system?,
in Signpost 5(2):39–53.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (1990) The link between calligraphy and notation, in Signpost 3(1):12–13.

 

Reports and proceedings

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and van Roy, M. (2011) Initiating practitioner research into self- organising learning. Vanthournout, G., Coertjens, L., Donche, V., Gijbels, D., Evans, C. and Cools, E. (eds), 'Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of Education, Learning, Styles, Individual differences Network'. University of Antwerp/Tribun EU. ISBN 978-80-263-0007-6. pp.356-362. Public download on Academia.edu.

Brennan, M., Grimes, M. and Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2006) Deaf students in Scottish Higher Education: A report for the Scottish Funding Council. Coleford, England: Douglas McLean.

Crasborn, O., Hanke, T., Thoutenhoofd, E.D., Zwitserlood, I. and Efthimiou, E. (eds) (2009) Construction and exploitation of sign language corpora. Proceedings of the 3rd workshop on the representation and processing of sign languages. Paris, France: ELRA.

Powers, S., Gregory, S. and Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (1998) The educational achievements of deaf children: a literature review. Research Report 65. London, England: Department of Education and Employment.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (1996) Ocularcentrism and Deaf people: a social photography project. Doctoral dissertation. Durham, England: University of Durham. Revised and available as public download on Academia.edu.

 

Conference presentations

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2017) On the absorption of educational concerns by technologies. Paper presented to the 11th annual Science in Public conference. The University of Sheffield, 10–12 July.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2017) The databased production of learning: New technologies in the system of education. Paper presented to the Nordic STS conference. The University of Gothenburg, 31 May–2 June.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and Zeelen, J.J.M. (2012) Workshop on qualitative research methods. Presentation to the ISED-research days 2012. University of Utrecht, 15-16 November.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and van Roy, M. (2012) Learning to learn as professionalising pedagogy: How can teachers learn to support self-organising learning? Roundtable presented to the annual SIG14 (Learning and Professional Development) meeting of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI). University of Antwerp, 22-24 August. Powerpoint on Slideshare.

Knot-Dickscheit, J. Thoutenhoofd, E.D., Hazekamp, J. and van den Dool, R. (2012) Results of the "Have you heard?" Groningen study. Qualitative research into the study-barriers and learning styles of hearing-disabled students in Higher Education. Presentation to the Arbeitsgruppe Empirische Sonderpädagogische Forschung (AESF) Frühjahrstagung. University of Oldenburg, Germany, 7 July. Powerpoint on Slideshare.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and van Roy, M. (2011) Initiating practitioner research into self- organising learning: Identifying conditions for learning that needs no external authority. Paper presented to the Education, Learning, Styles and Individual differences Network (ELSIN) 16th Annual Conference. Antwerp (Belgium), University of Antwerp, 29 June-1 July. Powerpoint on Slideshare.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2011) Ocularcentring techniques in (e-) education: What technological objects teach us about learning without teachers. Invited paper presented to the ESF workshop Visual communication in contemporary European societies: Shaping identities, citizenship, communities, inclusion strategies. University of Bologna (Italy), Alma Mater Studiorum Forli, 2-3 April 2011. Powerpoint on Slideshare.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and van Roy, M. (2011) Learning as collaboratory: First steps towards self-organising learning. Paper presented to the ISED Thinking and Learning Skills Symposium, Groningen University, Groningen, 10-11 February 2011. Powerpoint on Slideshare.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2011) Het doof studeren netwerk: Dove en slechthorende studenten in het hoger onderwijs in 2010/2011. Invited lecture presented to the Doof Studeren: Landelijke Netwerk Bijeenkomst. Hogeschool Utrecht, Utrecht, 22 January 2011. Powerpoint on Slideshare.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2010) De sociale participatie van objecten: Bruno Latour en actor- netwerk theorie (ANT) in de sociale wetenschappen. Invited lecture presented to psychology students of Groningen University, 7 December 2010. Powerpoint on Slideshare.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2010) Posthuman classifications: New technological dynamics in the classification of objects and ideas. Invited lecture presented to students of St John University, York, 27 October 2010. Powerpoint on Slideshare.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and van den Bogaerde, B. (2010) The sociopolitics of access: Deaf students in Dutch higher education. Paper presented to the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion conference in Vienna, 14-16 July 2010. Powerpoint on Slideshare.

Zuiderent-Jerak, T. and Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2009) Modes of intervention in science and technology studies: Presentation to the Danish Association of Science and Technology Studies (DASTS). Copenhagen (Denmark), 10–11 June.

Zuiderent-Jerak, T. and Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2008) Constructing constructivisst expertise: Epistemologies of ‘acting with’. Paper presented to the joint 4S/EASST meeting, ‘Acting with science, technology and medicine’. Rotterdam, August 20–23.

Peursen, W. van and Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2008) Text comparison and digital creativity: An introduction to the colloquium theme. Paper presented to the KNAW/VKS Text comparison and digital creativity colloquium. Amsterdam, 30–31 October.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and van Peursen, W. (2008) Ascribing and inscribing presence: Intertextuality in virtual environments. Paper presented to the KNAW/VKS Text comparison and digital creativity colloquium. Amsterdam, 30–31 October.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and Ratto, M. (2007) Cyberinfrastructure and the cochlear implant: Technological objects, social ordering, and epistemic conflict. Discussion document for ‘Inside knowledge: (un)doing methodologies, imagining alternatives. Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis (ASCA), 28–30 March.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and Ratto, M. (2007) Contact zones in digital scholarship: Corpus construction for spoken and signed languages. Paper presented to the ‘Crossing boundaries in e-research’ panel of ‘Ways of knowing’, the annual meeting of the Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S). Montreal, 11–13 October.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and Naue, U. (2007) Panel of STS, disability studies and deaf studies. Presentation at the 4S 2007 annual meeting. Montreal, 11–13 October.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. and Crasborn, O. (2007) Sign language corpus creation and interface concerns. Paper presented to the ‘Emergence of corpus sign linguistics’ panel of the 40th annual meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL). Edinburgh, 6–8 September.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2008) Acting with attainment technologies in deaf education: Addressing the gap between rapid change and durable evaluation. Paper presented to the joint 4S/EASST meeting, ‘Acting with science, technology and medicine’. Rotterdam, August 20–23.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2007) Sign language corpus creation as digital humanities ethnography. Paper presented to Corpus linguistics 2007, Birmingham 27–30 July.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2007) Integration and innovation in e-research: The role of multimodal corpora in sign linguistics. Keynote paper presented to the NCeSS ‘New horizons in linguistics’ symposium. Oxford e-Research centre, Oxford 20 September.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2007) Corpus linguistics as multimedia laboratory: Material culture and experimental practice in the social sciences. Paper presented at the ‘Science and technology studies view of e-social science’ panel, Third international conference on e-social science, Ann Arbor, 7–9 October.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2006) Understanding cochlear implantation evidence with respect to public and private targets: Language aspirations and the ‘Achievements of Deaf Pupils in Scotland’ (ADPS) data. Paper presented at the Symposium Effecten van CI bij Kinderen: Een Breed Perspectief, Amsterdam, 10 November 2006.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2006) Performing a language community: Ethnographic work inside sign language corpora. Research poster shown at the Virtual Ethnography in Contemporary Social Sciences workshop, Amsterdam 27–29 September.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2006) New technologies in medicine and in education: De-signing deaf children’s voices. Presentation at the Society for the Social Studies of Science Conference: Silence, Suffering and Survival, Vancouver, 1-5 November 2006.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (2003) Situating outcomes in paediatric cochlear implantation: Paper presented to the BSA Medical Sociology Group 35th Annual Conference, University of York, 26 September 2003.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (1999) Attainment and expectations in deaf education. Paper presented to the EPHIC (Educational Psychologists working with Hearing Impaired Children) Meeting, Royal Schools for the Deaf, Manchester. Unpublished document.

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (1998) The development of a FileMaker Pro database for the morphemic analysis of productive forms in BSL. Invited paper presented to the ESF Intersign Network workshop on lexical databases. Hamburg, 17–19 July.

Latest publications

Teachers’ role and attitudes concerning ADHD medication: A qualitative analysis
Maruschka N. Sluiter, Albert W. Wienen, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, Jeanette M. Doornenbal, Laura Batstra
Psychology in the schools, Journal article 2019
Journal article

The advantages of an ADHD classification from the perspective of teachers
Albert Wienen, Maruschka N. Sluiter, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, Peter de Jonge, Laura Batstra
European Journal of Special Needs Education, Journal article 2019
Journal article

Do troublesome pupils impact teacher perception of the behaviour of their classmates?
Bert Wienen, Laura Batstra, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, Elisabeth H. Bos, Peter de Jonge
European Journal of Special Needs Education, Journal article 2019
Journal article

Teachers’ perceptions of behavioral problems in Dutch primary education pupils: The role of relative age
Albert H. Wienen, Laura Batstra, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, Peter de Jonge, Elisabeth H. Bos
PLoS ONE, Journal article 2018
Journal article

New Techniques of Difference: On Data as School Pupils
Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd
Studies in Philosophy and Education, Journal article 2017
Journal article

The sound of study: Student experiences of listening in the university soundscape
Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, Jana Knot-Dickscheit, Jana Rogge, Margriet van der Meer, Gisela Schulze et al.
Journal of Further and Higher Education, Journal article 2016
Journal article

From self-regulation to learning to learn: Observations on the construction of self and learning
Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, A. Pirrie
British Educational Research Journal, Journal article 2015
Journal article

Birth month as predictor of ADHD medication use in Dutch school classes
Elsbeth Krabbe, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, Marc Conradi, Sip Jan Pijl, Laura Batstra
European Journal of Special Needs Education, Journal article 2014
Journal article

Learning to learn in the European Reference Framework for lifelong learning
A. Pirrie, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd
Oxford Review of Education, Journal article 2013
Journal article

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2019

Teachers’ role and attitudes concerning ADHD medication: A qualitative analysis
Maruschka N. Sluiter, Albert W. Wienen, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, Jeanette M. Doornenbal, Laura Batstra
Psychology in the schools, Journal article 2019
Journal article

The advantages of an ADHD classification from the perspective of teachers
Albert Wienen, Maruschka N. Sluiter, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, Peter de Jonge, Laura Batstra
European Journal of Special Needs Education, Journal article 2019
Journal article

Do troublesome pupils impact teacher perception of the behaviour of their classmates?
Bert Wienen, Laura Batstra, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, Elisabeth H. Bos, Peter de Jonge
European Journal of Special Needs Education, Journal article 2019
Journal article

2018

Teachers’ perceptions of behavioral problems in Dutch primary education pupils: The role of relative age
Albert H. Wienen, Laura Batstra, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, Peter de Jonge, Elisabeth H. Bos
PLoS ONE, Journal article 2018
Journal article

2017

New Techniques of Difference: On Data as School Pupils
Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd
Studies in Philosophy and Education, Journal article 2017
Journal article

2016

The sound of study: Student experiences of listening in the university soundscape
Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, Jana Knot-Dickscheit, Jana Rogge, Margriet van der Meer, Gisela Schulze et al.
Journal of Further and Higher Education, Journal article 2016
Journal article

2015

From self-regulation to learning to learn: Observations on the construction of self and learning
Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, A. Pirrie
British Educational Research Journal, Journal article 2015
Journal article

2014

Birth month as predictor of ADHD medication use in Dutch school classes
Elsbeth Krabbe, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, Marc Conradi, Sip Jan Pijl, Laura Batstra
European Journal of Special Needs Education, Journal article 2014
Journal article

2013

Learning to learn in the European Reference Framework for lifelong learning
A. Pirrie, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd
Oxford Review of Education, Journal article 2013
Journal article

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