2013 Conference Proceedings (Lisbon, PT)

Identities and Citizenship Education: Controversy, crisis and challenges
Proceedings of the fifteenth Conference of the Children’s Identity and Citizenship in Europe Academic Network

Peter Cunningham and Fretwell, N. (eds.); Lisbon, PT

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  1. Jurgena, I. Mikainis, Z. and Kevisha, I. – Issues and Solutions in Citizenship Education – the Education of Values in Extracurricular Activities in the Crisis Situation in Latvia
  2. Fülöp, M., Takács, S. and Büki, N. – What does it take to promote cooperative competitive citizenship in a community?
  3. Salih, S. and Issa, T. – How Kurdish Sorani speaking children construct their identity/identities in the supplementary schools?
  4. Kovalcikova, I. and Petrucijova, J. – An international academic discussion platform as a means of identity building for university; students’ opinions about the advantages and disadvantages of EU membership
  5. Ross, A. – Intersecting identities: young people’s constructions of identity in south-east Europe
  6. Ryan, J. and Last, K. – Islam and Citizenship Education – Lessons learnt from pilot programmes delivered in Muslim schools and Madrassa in the UK
  7. Zoïa, G. and Etienne, R. – Citizenship crisis in France, education citizenship crisis
  8. Pratas, M. H. – Learning about ‘Education: The Human Rights dimension’
  9. Rogers, J. – Global Educational Partnerships and Community Cohesion. How can these initiatives inform one another?
  10. Diamantopoulou, A. – How gender and age affect the acceptance of foreign pupils in the school environment by their Greek classmates
  11. Kõiv, K, Zuzeviciute, V., Rone, S. and Liduma, A. – Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian students’ in higher education perspective towards experiences in other countries and migration
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  13. Oprescu, M. and Oprescu, F. – Developing Intercultural Awareness by Integrating Features of Englishness and Rmanianness
  14. Chehlova, Z., Kevisha, I. and Chehlov, M. – Pedagogical conditions for the development of citizenship for senior secondary school students in Latvia
  15. Lašek, J., Loudová, I. and Vace, P. – The Attitudes of Adolescents in the Czech Republic towards Contemporary Civic Virtues in Adults and Their Demands for Changes As the Grounds for a New Focus of Civic Education
  16. Zaleskiene, I. and Jasinauskas, L. – Lithuanian social science textbooks: do they encourage development of the national and civic values?
  17. Lobanoca-Shunina, T. and Shunin, Y. – Nanotechnologies: challenges and controversy on the way to scientific citizenship, new emerging identities and intellectual consumption
  18. Korzeniecka-Bondar, A. and Tołwińska, B. – Social capital as the basis for academic development of young pedagogues, illustrated with the example of the participants of the Young Pedagogues Summer School, operating at the Committee on Pedagogical Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences
  19. Nielsen, L. – Pass or Fail in the Swedish School? A historical perspective on citizenship, diversity and social justice
  20. Milijkovic, D., Rijavec, M. and Jurec, L. – Who volunteers, why and with what consequences? Life aspirations, motives and outcomes of volunteering and well-being
  21. Jeliazkova, M. – Views and Beliefs of Social Studies Teachers on Citizenship Education: a Comparative Study of the Netherlands, Bulgaria and Croatia
  22. Pintassilgo, J. – Values of teachers: a reflection between past and present (from the contribution of Portuguese educator Mário Gonçalves Viana)
  23. Karakatsani, D. and Pavlou, C. – School Leaders and Anti-racism. Political obstacles and pedagogical problems in Greece
  24. Szabó, É., Secui, M. and Kőrössy, J. – Structure and levels of young citizens’ responsibility
  25. Vidnere, M. and Rone, S. – Heart is the only teaching aid in addition to the class: Social-breeding, social-development and attitudes as a result of mobility
  26. Muldoon, R. and Wijeyewardene, I. – The barrier is down but the finishing line recedes from many: improving opportunities and outcomes in enabling education
  27. Parreiral, S. – Children’s voice and participation in all school contexts
  28. Rodrigues, A. – Time to pretend! A performative way in which youth negotiate their identities in their everyday life at schools
  29. Svensson, I. and Welwert, G. – My place in the world
  30. Wagner, B. – Early Childhood Education: Historical Learning-processes in Museums – Performative play stations for preschool children in the permanent exhibit German History in Images and Testimonies at the German Historical Museum
  31. Wagner, B. – Performative Interrelations of Children and Things – Ethnographic Research in the Museum der Dinge
  32. Lozic, V. – The Didactic Challenges of Teaching Students with Autism
  33. Raikes, B. – The Role of Schools in Assisting Children and Young People with a Parent in Prison
  34. Chistolini, S. – Solidarity and active citizenship learned from a natural disaster: the school experience after the May 2012 earthquake in Italy
  35. Pallotta, D. – Looking forward to childhood: training professionals working with children exposed to domestic violence
  36. Chauvigné, C. – Identity construction and social cohesion: the case of French high school students in boarding schools
  37. Leighton, R. – Citizenship Education for children of the elite in England
  38. Tota, P. M. – Education for democratic citizenship as whole-school activity: A case study
  39. Ross, A. – A History of the CiCe Academic Network – Part 2: Learning to Walk
  40. Kenig, N. and Spasovski, O. – Far away but close enough: Possibilities for developing European identity in youth before becoming a member of the European Union
  41. Kõiv, K. – University students’ attitudes towards characteristics of money before, after and during dual currency period in Estonia
  42. Rocha, C. and Ferreira, M. – Uncertainties and challenges in children’s education: changes in family education perceived by kindergarten teachers
  43. Fernández-Gonzáles, A., Jacott, L. and Maldonado, A. – Towards a developmental conceptualization of education of citizens as promoters of social justice
  44. García-Vélez, T., Maldonado, A. and Jacott, L. – Cosmopolitan citizenship in education: Representations of Spanish secondary students
  45. Juanes García, A. – Social Justice: An exploratory study of representations of Social Justice in Secondary Training teachers
  46. Juanes García, A., García, T. and Peréz-Manjarrez, E. – Citizenship Education and Social Justice. From Theory to Practice
  47. Juanes García, A., Peréz-Manjarrez, E., and Fernández-Gonzáles, A. – Social Justice Representations of primary students
  48. Sainz, V., García, T., Peréz-Manjarrez, E., Juanes, A., Fernández-Gonzáles, T., Seguro, V. and Augustin, S. – Validation of a social justice questionnaire
  49. Sainz, V., Juanes, A. and García-Vélez, T. – Social justice representations of training teachers
  50. Seguro, V. and Jacott, L. – Representation of primary students and their families about children’s rights and their participation in different social contexts
  51. White, R. and Jerome, L. – Self-segregating social groups in a super-diverse university
  52. Benson, A. – Becoming a teacher in a global city: superdiversity and workplace constraints
  53. Quinn, M. – Mainstreaming equality in the context of superdiversity: A school case study
  54. Büki, N. – The role of competition in the integration of immigrants to the host society
  55. Heldt, I. – Who cares? Students’ understanding of human rights
  56. Banks, J. W. R. – Sustainability, Citizenship, and Transformation
  57. Kmiec, R. and Roland-Lévy, C. – Social representations of risk and economics among young European citizens: a cross-cultural study
  58. Neves, M. – Teaching ancient national heroes in today’s Europe
  59. Bastaki, M. – Model United Nations and the perception of global citizenship, for Greek senior high school students
  60. Meszaros, N., Szabo, Z. P. and Laszlo, J. – Consensus and differences in the judgement of historical events
  61. Rojas-Bustos, K. – Dispositions towards languages/s in early years practice in England
  62. Henderson, S. – ‘Clogs, boots and shoes built into the sky’: Initial findings from a sociomaterial analysis of education at Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum