2008 Conference Proceedings (Istanbul,TU)

Citizenship Education in Society
Proceedings of the tenth Conference of the Children’s Identity and Citizenship in Europe Academic Network

Alistair Ross & Peter Cunningham (eds.); Istanbul, TU

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  1. Ross, A. – Constructing European Identities
  2. Mansson, A. – Becoming a pre-school child
  3. Sandén, I. – Play, Identity and Inclusion
  4. Persson, S. – The discourse of difference
  5. Hartsmar, N. and Sandström, M. – Permission to Speak
  6. de Jong, M. – Inclusion – exclusion: Bullying and the role of the physical school environment
  7. Holden, C. – ‘The English are all in Spain’, Educating European Citizens: experiences from England
  8. Dooly, M. – How they see it: Spanish children and youth’s perspectives about the future
  9. Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B. and Zalewska, A. – Citizens of the Future: How young people perceive social problems from both local and global perspectives
  10. Cederberg, M., Hartsman, N. and Lingärde, S. – Reflections on disadvantage in education with focus on socio-economic background – aspects from a comparative study
  11. Dooly, M. and Vallego, C. – Linguistic Minorities in Education: Practice and Policies
  12. Williams, K. – Redistribution or Recognition: political conceptions of minority ethnic groups in European education policies
  13. Lempesi, G. E., Leathwood, C. and Gendron, B. – Social Inclusion and Gender
  14. Kaldi, S. – Project-based learning to promote citizenship education in Greek primary classrooms
  15. Plotka, I. et al. – Ethnic Identity and Social Adaptation in the different cultural spheres for the different ethnic groups
  16. Berg, W. – Transcultural identity
  17. Calvaruso, F. P. – To re-create the educational conditions of processes
  18. Meyers, C., Lanngers, C. and Koenig, V. – The autonomous building of teachers’ identity through the use of an action-research diary
  19. Waite, S. et al. – Concepts of diversity in the UK: person-centred methodological approaches to tracking identity formation within education
  20. Roland-Lévy, C. – Social identity in connection to war and peace in France
  21. Flouris, G. and Pasias, G. – A shift in citizenship paradigm: The Case of the Greek Elementary Education Curricula
  22. Chistolini, S. – The experience of second-chance schools in two Mediterranean cities: Catania and Athens
  23. Nikolakaki, M. – Between Deliberative and Critical Citizenship Education: Reflections on theory and praxis
  24. Svesnsson, I.-M. and Welwert, G. – Zlatan Court – a dream in reality
  25. Kõiv, K. – Perception of national and supernational identity: differences between bullies, victims, and pupils who are not involved
  26. Uzman, E. and Temiz, E. – Perceptions of children’s democratic tights by primary school teachers
  27. Carvalho, C. et al. – Changing practices, Changing identities: A study with pupils at risk of educational exclusion
  28. Eriksson-Sjöö, T. – CAP methodology in settling into school
  29. Lismane, I. – Cultural diversity in the learning society: Knowledge and skills for life
  30. Kovalcikova, I. and Kresila, J. – Culture and competence – an example from the Roma ethnic group of the rudiments of identity development
  31. Korhonen, R. and Greaffe, L. – Inclusive citizenship in pre-school education and immigrant children
  32. Hatt, A. and Issa, T. – Language and identity in multicultural settings: Ethnographic case studies of an early years centre and reception classes
  33. Oñate, C. M., Jacott, L., Navarro, A., Maldonado, A., Messina, C., Navareno, P., and Murillo, J. – Citizenship Education in Spain: Current Perspectives in a Diverse Society
  34. Liduma, A. and Rone, S. – Attitudes of Latvian youths towards migration in the European context
  35. Lobanova, T. and Shunin, Y. – Language as a form of social glue to hold us together
  36. Michail, D. – Identity construction among the Albanian immigrant students of pre-primary and primary age and the parents’ strategies of social inclusion: An ethnographic approach
  37. Švarcová, E., Vacek, P and Lasek, J. – Immigrants’ children and their feelings of social support in the Czech Republic
  38. Winstead, L. – African Immigrant Perceptions of their Identity and Place in French Society
  39. Blumenau, N. et al. – Researching ethnic tolerance, social identity and social communicative competence among teachers in Russian, Latvian and Estonian schools
  40. Crippen, G. – Internationalism in education: Making it a reality in International Schools through standards
  41. Dinvaut, A. – Identities in textbooks: do they reflect cultural and linguistic diversity?
  42. Smart, S. and Hutchings, M. – Developing education for global citizenship through international placements for school leaders
  43. Jurgena, I. and Mikainis, Z. – Opportunities for the Development of Students’ Citizenship Identity in Higher Education in Latvia
  44. Philippou, S., Karahasan, H. and Latif, A. – What room for European Citizenship? Exploring constructions of ‘Europe’ in geography curricula across the divide in Cyprus
  45. Pinto, M. – Young people’s discursive constructions of European Identities
  46. Jacott, L. et al. – Exploring Students’ Voices on Citizenship
  47. Mary, L. – Parents’ views on the importance of Personal, Social and Citizenship Education
  48. Navarro Sada, A. et al. – Spanish secondary students’ attitudes towards Citizenship Education: indicators based on the IEA Civic Education Study
  49. Fülöp, M., Davies, I. and Navarro Sada, A. – ‘Citizenship’: what does it mean to trainee teachers in England, Hungary and Spain
  50. Cajani, L. – An excessive virtuous identity: Europe moves to censor historians
  51. Solé, M. G. and Freitas, M. L. – History as identity construction and fostering of ‘memory’ preservation
  52. Cowan, P. – Seeing, Hearing and Feeling – How can a visit to Auschwitz encourage young people to practice citizenship
  53. Maitles, H. and Cowan, P. – More open to diversity? The longer term citizenship impact of learning about the Holocaust
  54. Koutselini, M. and Agathangelou, S. – The informal curriculum on gender identity
  55. Neophytou, L. and Koutselini, M. – The influence of gender, age and experience on the development of teacher perspectives
  56. Secui, M., Danciu, M. and Filimon, L. – Dorrelates of Gender Identity in Adolescence
  57. Papadimitriou, I., Lempesi, G. E. and Spinthourakis, J. A. – Identity, gender and immigration: Policy ramifications in multicultural Greece
  58. Marchenoka, M. and Tatrinceva, A. – Forming a teenager’s personal identity: a necessary condition for further developing a tolerant civil society in Latvia
  59. Essomba, M. A. et al. – Immigrant adolescents in Catalonia and the construction of cultural identity: Life stories and inclusion processes
  60. Altan, H. Z. – The role of popular culture and the identity crisis experienced in puberty
  61. Latunina, A. – The formation of civic identity in a multicultural society: a sociocultural approach
  62. Kiviniemi, U. – Teacher education and the idea of investigative working style
  63. Petrucijova, J. and Meciar, M. – Developing of cultural citizens in the context of the reform of educational curriculum in the Czech Republic
  64. Cappelle, G., Le Roy, E. and Verkest, H. – How to introduce citizenship in a special world?
  65. Stamou, A. G. et al. – Constructing an identity of able-bodiedness: Discourses of disability by primary school children
  66. Harnett, P. – Who are we? Who are you? Challenges in constructing identities through studying the past: Some findings from the TEACH Report
  67. Haav, K. – The development of political identities of Estonian and Russian students in Estonia: Integration, isolation or conflict?
  68. Chehlova, Z. – The Humanitarian Basis for the Development of Cultural Identity of Secondary School Students
  69. Lalor, J. and Rami, J. – The role of culture in the development of identity in diverse education settings
  70. Chehlov, M. – Value Orientations as the Basis for the Development of Self-Identity of Senior Secondary Students
  71. Aksit, T., Aksit, N. and Atasalar, J. – Values that social studies textbooks value: initial outcomes
  72. Blundell, D. and Cunningham, P. – Making room for the community sport coach
  73. Mašek, J. – Citizenship Education and Media Pedagogy: Developing Citizenship Skills with Media Environments
  74. Adalbjamardottir, S. – Young people’s civic awareness and engagement: Listening to their voices using thematic and developmental analysis
  75. Wolodzko, E. – Students’ identity as a reflective project: Reflectivity as individual and social competence
  76. Fortlouis-Wood, L. – The Importance of Friendships for Social Identity Development: Research, Theory, and Practice: A Workshop
  77. Kratsborn, W. and Kuizenga, H. – It’s Hard fun: Reflecting on Identity in the educational game ‘The European House’ – Workshop
  78. Etienne, R. et al. – How to deal with ‘Living in the presence of the other’ in early childhood education: Workshop