This article wants to show how it influences pedagogues’ judgement when models of governance are implemented in residences where children and young people are placed. Foucault’s concept of gov-ernmentality is used (Foucault, 1988) and explains how these models of governance result in peda-gogues altering their conception of what a good pedagogue is and what they do. The article then argues for the existence of a correlation between implementation of models of governance and an influence on pedagogues’ judgement.
- children and youth
- schools, courses and institutions
- social work and social conditions
- education, professions and jobs