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Biblio Index

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Triventi M.  2010.  Something changes, something not. Long-term trends in gender segregation of fields of study in Italy. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 2(2):47-80.PDF icon 2010_2_3.pdf (211.85 KB)
Di Fraia G, Risi E, Pronzato R.  2019.  Socio-Narrative Representations of Immigrants by Italian Young People. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 11(2):126-146.PDF icon IJSE-2019-2-07.pdf (346.91 KB)
Diana P.  2017.  Sociological Knowledge and Labor Market: The Dilemma of Professions. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 9(2):186-193.PDF icon 2017_2_10.pdf (191.71 KB)
Camorrino A.  2016.  Socialization of the “Homeless Mind”. An Analysis of Contemporary Society through the Contribution of Peter Berger. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 8(3):269-287.PDF icon 2016_3_13.pdf (298.19 KB)
Stokmans MWJ, Nieuwenhuijsen H.  2015.  Socialization, Mediation and Learning by Doing: The Role of School, Family and (Virtual) Peers in Playing Video Games. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(2):301-329.PDF icon 2015_2_12.pdf (636.95 KB)
Costa C.  2013.  Socialization and sociability. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 5(3):246-269.PDF icon 2013_3_13.pdf (268.07 KB)
Bertin G.  2015.  The Social Model and the Construction of the European Identity. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(2):278-300.PDF icon 2015_2_11.pdf (649.77 KB)
D’Ambrosi L, Papakristo P, Polci V.  2018.  Social Media and Gender Violence: Communication Strategies for a “New Education”. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 10(2):76-89.PDF icon 2018_2_6.pdf (467.86 KB)
Vergolini L.  2018.  Social Inequalities in Higher Education Participation in Trentino from the Bologna Process to the Great Recession (2000-2012). Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 10(3):269-296.PDF icon 2018-3-13.pdf (1.36 MB)
Queirolo Palmas L.  2012.  The Social Construction of the Youth-migration Nexus in Contemporary Spain. A Critical Overview. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 4(3):3-33.PDF icon 2012_3_1.pdf (344.97 KB)
Rossi E.  2019.  The Social Construction of Gender in Adult-Children Interactions and Narratives at Preschool, Primary and Middle school. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 11(2):58-82.PDF icon IJSE-2019-2-04.pdf (334.01 KB)
Sciandra A.  2011.  Social capital and social network sites: an empirical analysis of European high school students. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 3(3):52-68.PDF icon 2011_3_4.pdf (460.75 KB)
Taysum A, Murrel Abery V.  2017.  Shifts in Education Policy, Administration and Governance in Guyana 1831–2017. Seeking ‘A Political’ Agenda for Equity and Renewal. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 9(2):55-87.PDF icon 2017_2_4.pdf (482.09 KB)
Bertin G.  2013.  Sensemaking and social research in the analysis of educational processes: some methodological problems. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 5(3):147-174.PDF icon 2013_3_9.pdf (332.34 KB)
Hejwosz-Gromkowska D.  2019.  Selling Sociology. A Comparison of Online Marketing to Prospective Students at English and Polish Universities. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 11(2):448-467.PDF icon IJSE-2019-2-22.pdf (354.4 KB)
Panarese P.  2015.  Selling Gender. The Representation of Boys and Girls in Italian Toy Commercials. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(3):335-361.PDF icon 2015_3_14.pdf (537.22 KB)
Zay D.  2012.  A Secular Cooperative School. Can it Promote an Inclusive Education and Society? ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 4(1):88-112.PDF icon 2012_1_5.pdf (477.62 KB)
Abrantes P, Quaresma MLuísa.  2013.  Schools for the elite, schools for the poor: The same educational system, contrasting socialization environments. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 5(2):133-159.PDF icon 2013_2_6.pdf (343.33 KB)
Ottaviano C.  2010.  Schools and religions: experience, symbols and pratices. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 2(1):192-207.PDF icon 2010_1_8.pdf (100.07 KB)
Colombo M, Landri P.  2009.  Schools and networked sociality. The making of new technologies for teaching-and-learning. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 1(1):97-103.PDF icon 2009_1_8.pdf (132.59 KB)
Capogna S.  2016.  Schools 2.0: Experiences and Expertise. Digital Teachers Wanted. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 8(2):54-67.PDF icon 2016_2_4.pdf (448.23 KB)
Zevgitis T, Emvalotis A.  2018.  School Networks in Europe: a Network Analysis of the Comenius Multilateral Partnerships under the Lifelong Learning Programme. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 10(2):181-206.PDF icon 2018_2_11.pdf (1.19 MB)
Lauri T.  2013.  School choice as the problem of educational governance in a pluralistic frame. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 5(2):160-188.PDF icon 2013_2_7.pdf (368.41 KB)
Barzanò G.  2011.  School autonomy and the new “accountabilities” of European education leaders: case studies in England, France, Italy and Portugal. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 3(3):184-209.PDF icon 2011_3_9.pdf (560.63 KB)
Censi A.  2009.  School and family: values and relations. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 1(1):85-96.PDF icon 2009_1_7.pdf (112.71 KB)

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