2009 Conference Proceedings (Malmö, SE)

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

Alistair Ross & Peter Cunningham (eds.); Malmö, SE

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  1. Ross, A. – Teaching as a political activity: the teacher as a political actor
  2. Ratcliffe, M. – The place of socio-scientific issues in citizenship education
  3. Fülöp, M. – Research on social capital in the Visegrad context: the case of business and competition
  4. Petrucijova, J. – Identity and intergroup relations in terms of business cooperation among the Visegrad countries
  5. Ross, A., Bojanowska, A., Dooley, M., Holden, C., Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B., Pembecioglu, N., Vallejo, C. and Zalewska, A. M. – Rueri Economicus: A study of pro-social behavior by children and young people in an economic setting: a cross-cultural s tudy
  6. Ross, A. and Holden, C. – “I like to be fair – it’s grown up”: English young people playing the Ultimatum Game
  7. Zalewska, A. and Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B. – Social orientation and cooperative pro-social behavior of the Polish youth
  8. Dooly, M. and Vallejo, C. – “It’s the thing to do”: Spanish students’ intra- and international Ultimate Game exchange
  9. Ridderspore, B. – Infants tell the stories of their lives – and it is our obligation as adults to listen
  10. Rubinstein Reich, L. – Developing Human Rights Didactics for Young Children in Teacher Education
  11. Acun, I., Leman Goz, N., Busher, H. and Wilkins, C. – Perceptions of Turkish And British Student Teachers On European-ness and The Role of Citizenship Education
  12. Berg, W. – Cultural Diversity and Human Rights
  13. Chrysovalante, G. and Spinthourakis, J.-A. – Collective Identity in Greek Cypriot’s Curriculum: The case of Primary Education’s Curriculum
  14. Haav, K. – Human Rights and social sciences: education for values and understanding
  15. Lundgren, U., Jacott, L. and Trotta Tuomi, M. – Education for World Citizenship – Preparing Students to be Agents of Social Change
  16. Olson, M. – Democratic Citizen fostering – Its Insiders and its Outsiders, A Call for Democracy to ‘leave home’
  17. Rönnström, N. – The Cosmopolitan Challenge in Citizenship Education
  18. Wagner, B. – Globalisation, Self-Confidence and Projections of national Identity
  19. Aksit, N. – Human Rights and Citizenship in the Primary School Curriculum in Turkey
  20. Kovalcikova, I. and Kresila, J. – How to secure equal opportunities for adequate schooling? Human rights contexts of the Slovak education system relevant to Roma pupils: Meeting student’s learning needs through dynamic assessment
  21. Messina, C., Jacott, L. and Navarro-Sada, A. – Trainee teachers’ knowledge and beliefs about human rights and citizenship education
  22. de Jong, M., Eklundh, A. and Lutz, K. – Children’s participation in their physical environment in pre-school
  23. Leal, R. and Costa, N. – From the right to education to the development o f a 21st century citizen: How to assessment practices of both childhood educators and parents contribute to the children’s development of citizen competences since kindergarten?
  24. Pitsou, C., Spinthourakis, J.-A. and Balias, S. – Human Rights Education and Social Change: Towards the hegemony of human rights culture. The relevance of the change of curriculum and the formation of a new type of teacher
  25. Aypay, A., Vamvakidou, I., Goncalves, S., Spinthourakis, J.-A., Zagos, C., Kyridis, A., Keramyda, M. and Troullou, M. – Approaches of citizenship as they appeared in the proceedings of CICE, content analysis
  26. Torpsten, A.-C. – Swedish as a second language and citizenship education
  27. Westlund, K. – Preschool democracy and children’s choice-making
  28. Chevloca, M. and Chevlova, Z. – Life Values as the Basis for Understanding Human Rights
  29. Cowan, P. and Maitles, H. – Seeing The World Today From A Different Viewpoint: The Impact Of The Lessons From Auschwitz Project On Schools In Scotland
  30. Erliha, S. – Citizenship and the System of Values
  31. Jurgena, I. – Human Rights Studies as an Opportunity for Advancing Students’ Citizenship Education
  32. Liljefors Persson, B. – Cultural Encounters, Co-existence and Identity – Teaching Religious Education for a Global and Sustainable Society
  33. Lindahl, I. – Children’s Philosphical Explorations Concerning Ethical Issues
  34. Koutselini, M. and Agathangelou, S. – Human Rights and Equity in Teaching
  35. Tanaka, N. – Research about the nature of citizenship in Japan
  36. Adalbjamardottir, S. and Markusdottir, M. A. – Civic protest before and after Iceland’s economic crisis: Adolescents speak about participation
  37. Kõiv, K. – Adolescents’ attitudes toward human rights and responsibilities: Comparison between juvenile delinquents and nondelinquents
  38. Plotka, I., Vidnere, M. and Blumenau, N. – The Ethnic Identity and Social Adaptation of the Youth in the Different Culture Spheres
  39. Rone, s., Liduma, A., Zuzeviciute, V., Miliušiene, M. and Kõiv, K. – Baltic Youth’s Change of Attitude towards the “Other”
  40. Virta, A. – Students’ conceptions of historical significance
  41. Cederberg, M. and Ericsson Sjöö, T. – Then I lose Hope
  42. Dulua, T., Secui, M, and Danciu, M. – Gender-related perceptions and causal attributions regarding school achievement
  43. Bauer, T, and Kreuz, A. – Diversity in ERASMUS-student courses. A comparative study reflecting the differences and similarities of international student courses at four European Universities in view of a new ERASMUS mobility
  44. Lobanova, T. and Shunin, Y. – Language as a social behavior: integration of language, communicative competence and identity development
  45. Andersson, I. and Johansson, R. – Peace Education and Preparedness for the Future, interpreted through networks, state and school
  46. Clavaruso, F. P. – Considering right of citizenship through a pedagogical use of photography. A laboratory experience about university education for primary and elementary teachers
  47. Chistolini, S. – Freedom and citizenship in the image of thinking. A teacher multiple interaction team education
  48. Guerra Pratas, M. H. – An experience of education for peace and human rights in teacher training
  49. Mašek, J. and Mašková, P. – Audio-Visual Media In Citizenship Education: How Film Can Help To Apply Human Rights Education Curriculum Topics
  50. Tomé, V., Ponte, C. and Menenez, H. – Promoting the Children Rights in the media, the important contribution of school newspapers
  51. Vamvakidou, I. – Modern Greek History, historic documentary about the human rights: the case of Pomaks
  52. McGlynn, C. and Gifford, C. – Higher Education Teachers’ Understanding of Social Citizenship: The Division of Citizenship Labour
  53. Bhargava, M., Brook, V. and Jerome, L. – Establishing a Rights Respecting Initial Teacher Education Programme
  54. Korhonen, R. and Lestinen, L. – Learning Citizenship Education in University: Views and Experiences of Finnish Class Teacher Students
  55. Welwert, G. and Svensson, I.-M. – The change of a district
  56. Zuzeviciute, V., Miliušiene, M. and Kardeliene, L. – Teachers’ professionalization process in a postmodern world for social cohesion
  57. Berg, W. – Teaching Revolution
  58. Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B. and Zalewska, A. M. – Citizens of the Future: How young people perceive social problems from both local and global perspectives
  59. Gomez, L. – Social Judgements about Ethnic Exclusion in Latin American Immigrant Children Living in the United States
  60. Gomez, M. – The Development of Ethnic Identity in Immigrant Children from Latin America Living in the United States
  61. Khaoury, R. – ‘It changed me it showed me both sides of the story’: Young people’s conceptions and experiences of citizenship in Northern Ireland
  62. Larkins, C. – Children’s Citizenship, Education and Europe-moving beyond rights to embrace respect and recognition
  63. Westlund, K. – Fodusing Children’s Participation: Pre-school teachers in Sweden describe their work with children’s participation
  64. Cooper, A. – Ensuring Validity: Accessing the Constructions of National Identity and Citizenship
  65. de Causans, A. – Social Representation and Ecological Citizenship: The case of Ecological Citizenship: The case of wind farm setting
  66. Gaynor, A. – What kind of citizens are commercial sex workers?
  67. Harsányi, S. G. – Cognitive characteristics of political thinking in Hungary
  68. Lozic, V. – What about history-teaching in hybrid societies? The profile and context of history as a school subject
  69. Löf, C. – Being a good friend. Constructions of friendship in Life Competence Education