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Barbara Segatto



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For Italian Law
Iscrizione n.2165 - 13.02.2009 - Registro Stampa Tribunale di Padova

Direttore Responsabile: Giulia Golo

Biblio Index

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Author Title [ Year(Asc)]
2022
Allegri E.  2022.  Service Users’ Involvement in Social Work Education: Lessons from an Innovative Experience. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 14(1):133-150.PDF icon IJSE-2022-1-8.pdf (372.48 KB)
Cabiati E, Folgheraiter F.  2022.  Social Work Education: Innovations and Experiences. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 14(1):1-4.PDF icon IJSE-2022-1-1.pdf (292.79 KB)
Avancini G, Bertoglio C, Masciocchi S, Scalvini S.  2022.  Social Work Practice Placement During the Covid-19 Pandemic: Successful Experiences and Suggestions for the Future. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 14(1):169-185.PDF icon IJSE-2022-1-10.pdf (322.92 KB)
Salmieri L.  2022.  Students, Parents and School-Choices. Gendered Trajectories in the Italian Education System. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 14(2):99-119.PDF icon IJSE-2022-2-6.pdf (284.95 KB)
Sanfelici M, Bilotti A.  2022.  Teaching Social Advocacy in the Digital Era: an Experimental Project. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 14(1):227-245.PDF icon IJSE-2022-1-13.pdf (303.71 KB)
Rudvin M, Di Gennaro E, Di Rosa R T.  2022.  Training Language Mediators and Interpreters through Embodied Cognition, Immersive Learning and Virtual Reality: Didactic, Organizational and Cost Benefits. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 14(3):131-152.PDF icon IJSE-2022-3-6.pdf (348.28 KB)
Dentale M.  2022.  Usefulness of Digital Methods in Evaluating School Work Alternance Projects: How Actors and Contexts Under Observation Can Interconnect. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 14(3):231-254.PDF icon IJSE-2022-3-10.pdf (420.81 KB)
De Falco C C, Punziano G, Trezza D.  2022.  The Vaccine Is Now Here. The State-Regions Governance Between Converging Plans and Diverging Digital Communication. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 14(3):201-230.PDF icon IJSE-2022-3-9pdf.pdf (881.59 KB)
Nothdurfter U, Monaco S.  2022.  When Italian Same-Sex Parent Families Go to School: Fears, Challenges and Coping Strategies. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 14(2):77-97.PDF icon IJSE-2022-2-5.pdf (281.51 KB)
Parma A.  2022.  Who Choose Private Schools in a Free Choice Institutional Setting? Evidence from Milan Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 14(3):255-282.PDF icon IJSE-2022-3-11.pdf (558.54 KB)
2021
D’Ambrosio G, Latini E.  2021.  Analysis of the Mobility Flows within the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Programme at Sapienza University of Rome. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(1):49-69.PDF icon IJSE-2021-1-3.pdf (341.02 KB)
Taddeo G.  2021.  Art and Creativity for Disadvantaged Students: Data and Reflections from the Italian National Plan of Arts. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(3):67-74.PDF icon IJSE-2021-3-4.pdf (1.26 MB)
Giardiello M, Capobianco R.  2021.  Bourdieu’s Theory and Intersectionality: a New Conceptual Framework to Interpret Transition as Social Change of Youth Mobility. The Case of Young Italians. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(2):39-64.PDF icon IJSE-2021-2-3.pdf (396.33 KB)
Pitti I.  2021.  Dealing with the Standard Model of (Male) Adulthood: an Ethnography of Marginalised Young Masculinities and Transitions to Adulthood. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(2):121-144.PDF icon IJSE-2021-2-6.pdf (334.91 KB)
Fasciani M.  2021.  The Digital School Governance Through ICT. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(2):311-316.PDF icon IJSE-2021-2-14.pdf (264.32 KB)
Hellsten L-ann M., Crespi I, Hendry B, Fermani A.  2021.  Extending the Current Theorization on Cyberbullying: Importance of Including Socio-Psychological Perspectives. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(3):85-110.PDF icon IJSE-2021-3-5.pdf (441.27 KB)
Valente A, Caravita S.  2021.  Foreign Minors and Young Adults in Detention Facilities in Italy: Successful Pathways and Critical Factors in the Education Process. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(3):111-134.PDF icon IJSE-2021-3-6.pdf (604.62 KB)
Üzümcü H E.  2021.  Gated Trajectories in Children’s Leisure Time and Space in Turkey: a Relational Reading of the Parents’ Accounts of Supervision. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(2):241-260.PDF icon IJSE-2021-2-11.pdf (346.26 KB)
Masoni I, Villa M.  2021.  Hard Pathways Towards Autonomy and Adulthood. Understanding Youth Transition Patterns in an Italian Fragile Area. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(2):65-98.PDF icon IJSE-2021-2-4.pdf (1.61 MB)
Mesa D.  2021.  The Impact of the Coronavirus on the Life Trajectories of Young People and the Emotional Consequences. A Comparative Analysis in Five European Countries. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(2):99-120.PDF icon IJSE-2021-2-5.pdf (344.59 KB)
Quarta S.  2021.  The Influence of the Family on the Value of Training Pathways in Young NEETS: a Qualitative Study in an Area of Southern Italy. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(1):27-48.PDF icon IJSE-2021-1-2.pdf (333.41 KB)
France A, Giancola O, Maestripieri L, Visentin M.  2021.  Introduction to the Special Section. Mastering Youth Transitions: Italy as a Case for the Contemporary Complexities. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(2):1-14.PDF icon IJSE-2021-2-1.pdf (307.88 KB)
Russo C, Minello A.  2021.  Labouring Academia: Higher Education Never-Ending Youth and Geriatric Pregnancy Issues. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(2):145-170.PDF icon IJSE-2021-2-7.pdf (354.28 KB)
Masullo G, Addeo F, Delli Paoli A, Ruopolo A.  2021.  Learning with ICTs at Primary Level: Teachers’ and Pupils’ Perceptions. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(3):21-44.PDF icon IJSE-2021-3-2.pdf (421.43 KB)
Loperfido M S.  2021.  A ‘Light’ for Sociological Passengers, with the Camera Around the Neck. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 13(3):135-138.PDF icon IJSE-2021-3-7.pdf (316.62 KB)

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