Editor-in-Chief
Silvio Scanagatta
Barbara Segatto

Executive Committee
Ursula Apitzsch, Jean-Louis Derouet, Luisa Ribolzi, Alison Taysum, Carlos Alberto Torres, Catherine Yan Wang

International Scientific Board

Management Staff
Managing editor
Anna Dal Ben

Book review editor
Maddalena Colombo

 

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

Direttore Responsabile: Giulia Golo

Biblio Index

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Angelini P, Sciandra A.  2013.  Pixel vs. Font. Facebook and Young People’s Self-Presentation. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 5(1):58-81.PDF icon 2013_1_4.pdf (470.21 KB)
Kantzara V.  2013.  Pluralism and Education: A Compatible Relation. Post-Commentary Notes. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 5(2):233-248.PDF icon 2013_2_10.pdf (251.69 KB)
Fornari R, Giancola O.  2011.  Policies for decentralization, school autonomy and educational inequalities among the Italian regions. Empirical evidence from Pisa 2006. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 3(2):150-172.PDF icon 2011_2_8.pdf (512.95 KB)
Pellegrino V.  2019.  Post-commentary. Assuming the Fact of Being South: Theoretical and Methodological Considerations for a Postcolonial Social Science. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 11(3):185-193.PDF icon IJSE-2019-3-10.pdf (271.34 KB)
Mayo P.  2019.  Post-commentary. Southern European/Mediterranean contributions to Sociology of Education. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 11(3):178-184.PDF icon IJSE-2019-3-09.pdf (263.37 KB)
Cipriani R.  2015.  Postface to the Special Section: Socialization and Religion. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(3):239-243.PDF icon 2015_3_10.pdf (257.66 KB)
Gaballo G.  2016.  Precarious Researchers. An Exploratory Study in the Universities of Central and South Italy. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 8(3):98-125.PDF icon 2016_3_6.pdf (19.51 MB)
Siri A.  2015.  Predicting students’ dropout at university using Artificial Neural Networks. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(2):225-247.PDF icon 2015_2_9.pdf (658.01 KB)
Costa C.  2015.  Preface to the Special Section: Socialization and Religion. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(3):1-9.PDF icon 2015_3_1.pdf (364.25 KB)
Ress A, Azzolini D.  2014.  Primary and secondary effects of social background on educational attainment in Italy. Evidence from an administrative dataset. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 6(1):53-80.PDF icon 2014_1_3.pdf (487.2 KB)
Effendi YRustan, Bafadal I, I Sudana NDegeng, Arifin I.  2020.  The Principal Transformational Leadership Strategy in Developing National Policies for Strengthening Character Education in Eastern Indonesia. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 12(2):51-78.PDF icon IJSE-2020-2-3.pdf (612.37 KB)
Akanbi GOluremilek.  2013.  Privatization and the ‘international schools’: the need to maintain standard. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 5(1):119-133.PDF icon 2013_1_7.pdf (10.35 MB)
Contini R M, Pica-Smith C.  2017.  Problematizing the Conceptual Framework of Interculturalism and its Pedagogical Extension of Intercultural Education: Theoretical Perspectives and their Implications. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 9(3):236-255.PDF icon 2017_3_10.pdf (448.87 KB)
Capogna S.  2020.  The Profession of Educating Amid Contexts, Digital Innovation and Professional Habitus. 12(1):249-269.PDF icon IJSE-2020-1-14.pdf (461.63 KB)
García MªRosalía M, Alvarez IZambrano.  2020.  The Promotion of a Health Culture From the Experience of the Pablo De Olavide University (Spain). Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 12(3):41-62.PDF icon IJSE-2020-3-3.pdf (302.25 KB)
Contel M, Buzzi C, Loner E, Sartori F, Tucci M.  2018.  Psychosocial and Contextual Factors Related to Early Drinking Initiation in a Sample of Italian Adolescents (12-14 years). Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 10(3):201-219.PDF icon 2018-3-10.pdf (744.86 KB)
Pandolfini V.  2013.  Public or private education? Parents’ choices between actual and potential pluralism ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 5(2):189-217.PDF icon 2013_2_8.pdf (369.86 KB)
Cordini M.  2015.  Public schools and the struggle for democracy: insights from the American context. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(1):328-337.PDF icon 2015_1_13.pdf (398.02 KB)
Fabretti V.  2011.  The public vs. private school choice debate: pluralism and recognition in education. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 3(1):115-139.PDF icon 2011_1_6.pdf (601.6 KB)
Fornari R, Pompili G.  2010.  Pursuing quality in mass higher education: the dilemma of equity and excellence in Italy. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 2(2):17-46.PDF icon 2010_2_2.pdf (335.47 KB)
Carrà E.  2013.  “Putting Family First”: a Sociological Analysis of Doherty’s Citizen Professionalism and Participatory Approaches. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 5(3):127-146.PDF icon 2013_3_8.pdf (291.04 KB)
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Fischer L, Fischer MGrazia.  2009.  Quantitative survey of Italian head teachers. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 1(3):47-75.PDF icon 2009_3_4.pdf (385.41 KB)

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