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Biblio Index

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Author Title [ Year(Asc)]
2015
Melaugh B.  2015.  Critical Conversations. Narratives of youth work practice in austerity Ireland. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(1):97-117.PDF icon 2015_1_5.pdf (274.93 KB)
Pandolfini V, Poli S.  2015.  Education as a Capability for Young Adults’ Life Trajectories: Some Evidence from an Italian Case Study. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(2):43-69.PDF icon 2015_2_3.pdf (421.09 KB)
Gomensoro A, Bolzman C.  2015.  The Effect of the Socioeconomic Status of Ethnic Groups on Educational Inequalities in Switzerland: Which “Hidden” Mechanisms? Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(2):70-98.PDF icon 2015_2_4.pdf (718.35 KB)
Dibou T.  2015.  Estonian experience of implementing the new forms of youth participation in youth policy. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(1):176-206.PDF icon 2015_1_8.pdf (798.94 KB)
Morciano D.  2015.  Evaluating outcomes and mechanisms of non-formal education in youth centres. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(1):67-96.PDF icon 2015_1_4.pdf (582.53 KB)
Roussou E.  2015.  From Socialization to Individualization: A New Challenge for Portuguese Religiosity. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(3):89-112.PDF icon 2015_3_4.pdf (549.61 KB)
Fiore B.  2015.  Improving excellence in schools: Evidence from the Italian OECD-PISA 2012 data. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(2):126-156.PDF icon 2015_2_6.pdf (741.45 KB)
Calvo S, Castelli L, Marcionetti J, Crescentini A, Cattaneo A.  2015.  Inequality in Canton Ticino's school system: between conservation and (some) openings. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(2):186-224.PDF icon 2015_2_8.pdf (905.42 KB)
Dei M.  2015.  An Inquiry into the Social Prestige of Teachers in Italy. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(3):244-266.PDF icon 2015_3_11.pdf (506.99 KB)
Palumbo M, Pandolfini V.  2015.  Introduction to the Special Section: Educational Paths, Social Inequalities and Life Trajectories. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(2):1-17.PDF icon 2015_2_1.pdf (303.5 KB)
Morciano D, Scardigno F, Merico M.  2015.  Introduction to the Special Section: Youth Work, non-formal education and youth participation. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(1):1-11.PDF icon 2015_1_1.pdf (417.63 KB)
Fusco D, Heathfield M.  2015.  Modeling Democracy: Is youth “participation” enough? Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(1):12-31.PDF icon 2015_1_2.pdf (520.17 KB)
Sotiriou E.  2015.  “Monasticizing the Monastic”: Religious Clothes, Socialization and the Transformation of Body and Self among Greek Orthodox Nuns. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(3):140-166.PDF icon 2015_3_6.pdf (423.22 KB)
Pattaro C.  2015.  New media & youth identity. Issues and research pathways. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(1):297-327.PDF icon 2015_1_12.pdf (734.45 KB)
Stuart K, Maynard L.  2015.  Non-formal youth development and its impact on young people’s lives: Case study – Brathay Trust, UK. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(1):231-262.PDF icon 2015_1_10.pdf (776.88 KB)
Argentin G, Triventi M.  2015.  The North-South Divide in School Grading Standards: New Evidence from National Assessments of the Italian Student Population. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(2):157-185.PDF icon 2015_2_7.pdf (656.8 KB)
Rodrigues M, Menezes I, Ferreira P.  2015.  The Organisational and Educational Contexts of the Portuguese Catholic Scout Association: their Impact on Youth Participation. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(1):148-175.PDF icon 2015_1_7.pdf (953.35 KB)
Ricucci R.  2015.  Orientation activities in times of crisis: new challenges for secondary schools. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(2):99-125.PDF icon 2015_2_5.pdf (364.78 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)
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)
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)
Stathopoulou T, Willert TStauning.  2015.  Readdressing Diversity and Plurality at School. Religious Education in Greece. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(3):113-139.PDF icon 2015_3_5.pdf (739.11 KB)
Schut J.  2015.  Recognition of prior learning in youth work in the European Union: causes for its limited use and modeling the outcomes. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(1):263-296.PDF icon 2015_1_11.pdf (924.63 KB)
Greuel F, König F, Reiter S.  2015.  Reducing Prejudice in Pluralistic Societies. Trends in Non-Formal and Informal Anti-Prejudice Education in Germany. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 7(1):207-230.PDF icon 2015_1_9.pdf (443.44 KB)

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