CiCea Publications

We are pleased to announce the publishing of the anthology entitled:

Citizenship at the Crossroads: Rights, Identity and Education 

Beata Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz & Vasilios Zorbas (eds.), Prague, CZ: Charles University & CiCea

You can access the papers by clicking on the title of your choice

  1. Young European's constructions of nation, state, country and Europe (A. Ross)
  2. Liberal Studies in Hong Kong SAR of China: The fate of an innovative and inquiry learning school curriculum for encouraging multiple perspectives and critical thinking (E. K-m Chong)
  3. Educating children at children’s homes in the Czech Republic (J. Krátká)
  4. Psychosocial development in the concept of intercultural education (A. Papakonstantinopoulou, J. A. Spinthourakis, I. Dimakos & G. Nikolaou)
  5. Environmental Education and Sustainability in the Greek curriculum: citizenship education and active citizenship (A. Moschopoulou & D. Karakatsani)
  6. The effectiveness of translanguaging language practices in bilingual education: a literature review (N. Angelopoulou)
  7. Gender awareness of students of education (D. Krišová)
  8. At a crossroads: Choosing the way forward to encourage children's empathy towards others (A. Bouchagier)
  9. Culture & Advertisement (F. Chrysafo)
  10. Integrated education, learning disabilities & emotional disorders; Greek Teachers’ Professional Development Needs before new challenges (A.K. Koulis)
  11. Greek Secondary Education Teacher’s Views on Citizenship Education (M. Lelegianni & K. Tsioumis)
  12. Pedagogy of Nature between Outdoor Education and Sustainability (S. Chistolini)
  13. The trust of the future teachers (E. Panagopoulos, A. Adamopoulou, A. Kalamatianou & I. Kamarianos)
  14. Investigation of training needs of primary school teachers of Achaia prefecture in Greece on the art and its use in the educational process (C. Loukopoulou)
  15. Elementary school teachers’ beliefs and classroom practices related to teaching cultural universals (L. Kinyó & K. Dancs)
  16. Notions, Conceptualizations and Meanings of Parental Expectations amongst pupils from different educational environments in their career choices (N. Theocharopoulos, Th. Michaloliakou, M. Katsillis, & I. Kamarianos) 
  17. Attitudes and Values of Primary School Pupils to Environment Protection (B. Zemanová)
  18. Greeks, Germans or Europeans? The views of the students at the Greek High School (Lyceum) in Stuttgart. Are their views affected (and if so, to what extent) by their rights as citizens in a country other than their country of origin in a Europe socially and financially depressed? (C. Pavlos) 
  19. Inclusion of immigrant students in the Greek educational system: a survey research at Patras (K. Sarri & G. Nikolaou) 
  20. Prejudices, social change, and diversity: theoretical insights and research findings under review (G. Gouga, S. Martinaki & C. Asimopoulos) 
  21. Online Participation, Civic Engagement and Identity of Ethnic Minority Students in Hong Kong (K. Chan Ki & K. Kennedy)
  22. Probing into the cultural identity of Roma students: A case study in the Greek EFL context (E. Papalexatou & V. Zorbas) 
  23. Teachers’ opinions on handling refugee education in relation to the recognition of their identity (K. Tsioumis & S. Chiona)
  24. Cultural Sensitivity in Nursing students: An initial review (A. Kalamatianou, J.A. Spinthourakis & E. Panagopoulos)
  25. The effect of origin on children’s social-emotional competence (I. Vegiannis) 
  26. Preservice Teachers’ Perspectives on Warm Demanding Pedagogy: A Case Study (D.T. Zachos & A. Akouarone) 
  27. Representations of the Greek-German relationship in the decade of crisis (2008-2018): A case study on the Greek public history magazine The Illustrated History (G. Vasileiadis, K. Tsioumis, I. Vamvakidou & I. Sailakis)
  28. (S-)Existential Questions among young students: The knowledge area sexuality and relations and sexual and reproductive health and rights as part of controversial issues with importance for Citizenship Education (B. Liljefors-Persson)
  29. Resistance and negotiation: The intersection of constraining norms in educational settings (V. Lozic)
  30. Evaluation of the degree of cross-curricular connections between citizenship education and home economics: A way towards effective citizenship in the contemporary era (E. Vardalou & E. Karatzia-Stavlioti)
  31. A History of the CiCe Academic Network – Part 4: The Network Consolidates (A. Ross)
  32. Intersectionality and Identity in an Asian Context: The Case of Pakistani Youth in Hong Kong (K. J. Kennedy)
  33. The heart of the citizenship education and the revival of New Schools in Europe (S. Chistolini & H. Verkest)
  34. “BOUND TO THE OTHER BEFORE ANY SOCIAL CONTRACT”. Responsibility, the Socio-Political Order, and Beyond, according to Emmanuel Levinas (R. Burggraeve)
  35. The Civic Self-Determination of Senior Secondary School Students in Latvia in the Context of Humanitarian Model of Education (Z. Chehlova, I. Keviša & M. Chehlov)
  36. Citizenhsip education and political socialisation (D. Assem)
  37. The attitudes and outlooks of teachers accepting refugees in Greek schools in uncertain times (F. A. Georgoulia)
  38. Ethnic “Otherness” and Educational Achievement Processes (M. J. Katsillis & P. Moustairas)
  39. Cultural identity of different ethno-cultural students: primary school teachers’ social representations (G. Goula & G. Nikolaou)
  40. Estonian young peoples’ motives of prosocial behavior: Descriptive analysis (M. Aia-Utsal & K. Kõiv)
  41. Policy in propaganda image: Soviet posters (1918-1921) from the Sergo Gregorian poster’s collection (T. Altini & I. Vamvakidou)
  42. Ρerceived social justice through everyday life at school: just schools vs reality? (A. Grivopoulou & D. Karakatsani)
  43. The Re-formation of Elements of Polish Nationalism in Post-war Britain (M. Krawiec)
  44. Reaffirming Citizenship Education in an Uncertain World: The important role of school (I. Vegiannis)
  45. Promoting Social Inclusion of Susceptible Individuals through Street Educational Interventions: A Case Study with Undocumented Refugees (A. G. Katrimpouza & M.-T. V. Giannopoulou)
  46. Citizenship education in kindergarten and primary school: Experiences and conclusions from the Greek environment (K. Tsioumis)
  47. Tolerance as the Moral and Value Basis of Humanisation in Modern Society (M. Marchenoka)
  48. Pupil Council Members’ Conceptions of Citizenship Education (M. Metsärinne, R. Korhonen & E.-M. Niinistö)
  49. Identity Styles of Young Adults in Greece of Crisis: Impact on Perceived Social Support and Affect (P. Drosos & Z. Petraki)
  50. Student engagement in the University of the Peloponnese: A case study in the framework of the IMEP Project (Y. Papadiamantaki & G. Fragoulis)
  51. The Teacher as Citizen: Affirmation of Primary school teachers in Greece during economic crisis (S. Tatsi & K. Bousia)
  52. Time to restate the arguments: education for citizenship back to the top of the agenda (H. Maitles)
  53. Populism: A conceptual definition (C. Dick)
  54. Education for European Citizenship The school as the foundation of European Construction (I. Baltazar)
  55. The Anti-Example Of 132th Primary School Of Grava Post-Truth World And Post-Truth Politics Examples And Anti-Examples Of Truth (A. Balta & A. Mavrogianni)
  56. “She’s going to ask me 10 million questions”: The impact of school-based Holocaust education across generations (P. Cowan & T. Jones)
  57. The importance of Korczak's work in a post-truth world (C. Fakitsa)
  58. Decoding the Disciplines in higher education institutions and democratization of knowledge to contrast the gap between cultures (S. Chistolini & H. Verkest)
  59. Cultural Identity through advertisement: A research approach to a main issue of post modernity (C. Fili & G. Nikolaou)
  60. Emotional capital, positive psychology and mindfulness developments’ for Enabling’s Teachers and Educators: A new way of approaching citizenship’s learning and skills (B. Gendron)
  61. Citizenship education in the modern multicultural kindergarten: Social issues and social action. An action research (K. Strantzali & K. Tsioumis)
  62. Shaping educational expectations in a transient condition: The case of Syrian Refugee Youth in Greece (M.-T. V. Giannopoulou & G. Nikolaou)
  63. Two students’ journeys of thinking about the notions of peace through the tragedy of Hiroshima: A comparative case study of the effect of students’ historical backgrounds on peace education (J. Kim, K. Kusahara, H. Kawaguchi & M. Komatsu)
  64. Factors Influencing Executive Functions Of The Brain Of Thai Adolescents (J. Haenjohn, W. Supwirapakorn, S. Sirithadakunlaphat)
  65. Political identity and citizenship of young new Italian Europeans (S. Chistolini)
  66. The role of the smartphone in modern immigration networks: a case study of refugees served by an NGO in Greece (A. G. Katrimpouza, J. A. Spinthourakis & I. Kamarianos)
  67. Radical Civic Engagement: Motivations, Strategies and Outcomes (K. J. Kennedy & H. Y. Ng)
  68. How do children perceive their peers? Commonalities of external and internal features perceived of other children in the responses of 10-11 years old pupils (L. Kinyo & K. Dancs)
  69. The Re-education of Exiled Poles in Post-war Britain, Myth, Messianism and Martyrdom (M. Krawiec)
  70. Awareness about diversity: a teaching proposal based on the project method (G. Goula, C. Kaloudi & G. Nikolaou)
  71. Teachers' perceptions of their readiness to recognize and treat mental health issues of students (I. Mitsoula &M. Theodoropoulou)
  72. The systemic instructional design of in- school and out- school teaching parameters for Environmental Education via the interdisciplinary approach of Social Marketing Planning and Instructional design (A. Moschopoulou & D. Karakatsani)
  73. Language Identities - do foreign languages play a role? (M. Oprescu)
  74. Teachers’ perceptions of citizenship education in Greek secondary education (P. Skliri, & D. Karakatsani)
  75. Empowering children's identity through a resilience framework (A. Papakonstantinopoulou, J. A. Spinthourakis, I. Dimakos & J. Spyralatos)
  76. Education in the ‘Post-Truth’ era: The importance of Critical Literacy in the Greek EFL classroom (E. Papalexatou)
  77. Understanding The New Generation & Their Choices Passing Through Identity, Flexibility & Migration Crisis (N. Pembecioğlu & A. Akin)
  78. Teaching diversity through multicultural literature (V. Resvani & J. A. Spinthourakis)
  79. Tolerance as a value in citizenship education S. Chistolini & A. P. Almeida)
  80. Local Identities and Development of Truth’s Perception (V. Mittendorf & A. Schmale)
  81. The refugee children’s cultural capital and the Greek schools: a case study of a refugee family in the North-West of Greece (A. Sevi, J. A. Spinthourakis, G. Nikolaou & T. Vavitsas)
  82. The Perception Of Citizenship By Pupils In Greek Schools: An Educational Case Study (E. Sotiropoulou, K. Tsioumis & I. Vamvakidou)
  83. Refugees and Citizenship Education: Research and Proposal for Interventions at the University of Thessaloniki (K. Tsioumis)
  84. Evaluation of the degree of cross-curricular connections between citizenship education and home economics: A way towards effective citizenship in the contemporary era (Ε. Vardalou, E. Karatzia-Stavlioti)
  85. Social justice and leadership in education within the post truth era: The case of Greek secondary education (V. Sougles & D. Karakatsani)
  86. Identity, Multilingulism, Efficacy, and Allophilia: Filtering Out Fake News (I. Karras, M. J. Katsillis, J. A. Spinthourakis & V. Kourtis-Kazoulis)

 

 

 

The 21st CiCea International Conference

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