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Silvio Scanagatta
Barbara Segatto



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



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Managing editor
Anna Dal Ben

 

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

Direttore Responsabile: Giulia Golo

Biblio Index

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Padua D.  2020.  Storytelling and the ‘Educational Mismatch’. Building 21st Century Skills via Experience Learning. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 12(2):175-199.PDF icon IJSE-2020-2-8.pdf (405.63 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)
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)
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)
Pandolfini V.  2010.  The Use of New Technologies in Teachers’ Professional Development: New Ways to Enhance Personal Capabilities? Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 2(3):98-121.PDF icon 2010_3_6.pdf (146.57 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)
Pandolfini V.  2011.  The administrative, technical and ancillary (ATA) staff of schools in Italy: a “digital” experience of professional in-service training. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 3(2):199-214.PDF icon 2011_2_10.pdf (381.08 KB)
Pandolfini V.  2016.  Exploring the Impact of ICTs in Education: Controversies and Challenges. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 8(2):28-53.PDF icon 2016_2_3.pdf (523.4 KB)
Parayre S.  2017.  The Cleanliness of the Child between Social Standards and Care Concerns (16th-20th centuries, France). Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 9(3):21-45.PDF icon 2017_3_2.pdf (2.1 MB)
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)
Parziale F, Vatrella S.  2018.  Can Schools Help Working-Class Students Access University? Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 10(3):245-268.PDF icon 2018-3-12.pdf (843.28 KB)
Pattaro C.  2014.  The evolution of multi-ethnic schools in Italy: research pathways on social integration. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 6(3):270-282.PDF icon 2014_3_12.pdf (440.42 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)
Pattaro C.  2016.  Character Education: Themes and Researches. An Academic Literature Review. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 8(1):6-30.PDF icon 2016_1_2.pdf (640.06 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)
Pereira L, Jorge A, Brites M J.  2017.  Media Education Competitions: An Efficient Strategy For Digital Literacies? Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 9(1):77-92.PDF icon 2017_1_5.pdf (424.17 KB)
Perino M, Allasino E.  2014.  Immigrant families interactions with schools. Some evidence from an Italian research. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 6(2):256-279.PDF icon 2014_2_11.pdf (390.79 KB)
Pesenti L.  2013.  Education and Capabilities: a Multidimensional Approach in Counteracting Poverty. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. 5(3):89-110.PDF icon 2013_3_6.pdf (287.49 KB)
Pica-Smith C, Contini R M, Ives B.  2018.  Is Diversity Enough? Exploring Intergroup Friendships in Italian Multiethnic Schools Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 10(3):140-164.PDF icon 2018-3-07.pdf (463.93 KB)
Piccioni T, Scarcelli C M, Stella R.  2020.  Inexperienced, Addicted, at Risk. How Young People Describe Their Parents’ Use of Digital Media. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 12(1):270-292.PDF icon IJSE-2020-1-15.pdf (366.55 KB)
Pischetola M.  2019.  Teachers and Technologies in Brazilian Schools: a Study From the Perspective of Media Ecology. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 11(2):411-427.PDF icon IJSE-2019-2-20.pdf (324.91 KB)
Pishghadam R, Shakeebaee G, Rahmani S.  2019.  Sensory Capital in Education: the Missing Piece? Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 11(3):265-282.PDF icon IJSE-2019-3-15.pdf (490.98 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)
Pitzalis M.  2016.  The Technological Turn: Policies of Innovation, Politics and Mobilisation. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 8(2):11-27.PDF icon 2016_2_2.pdf (451.2 KB)
Pitzalis M.  2009.  Hamsters on a wheel? Conflict over the role of School Teachers in the primary education state school model Italian Journal of Sociology of Education. 1(3):116-135.PDF icon 2009_3_7.pdf (315.83 KB)

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