2007 Conference Proceedings (Montpelier,FR)

Citizenship Education in Society
Proceedings of the ninth Conference of the Children’s Identity and Citizenship in Europe Thematic Network

Alistair Ross (ed.); Ljubljana, FR

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  1. Ross, A. – Active Citizenship and Identities – Towards a Fourth Phase for CiCe
  2. Holden, C. – Children as Citizens: An Introduction
  3. Joldoshalieva, R. and Shamatov, D. – Hopes and Fears for the Future: Voices of Children from Kyrzygstan
  4. Naval, C. and Repáraz, C. – Children’s Concerns: Voices from Spain – Children’s Hopes and Fears for their Future
  5. Claire, H. – Citizens of the Future: South Africa
  6. Nikolayenko, O. – Children’s Hopes and Fears in the Ukraine
  7. Dooly, M. – Citizens of the Future: The Concerns and Actions of Young People around Current European and Global Issues: Preliminary Results from Catalan Teacher Trainees
  8. Børhaug, K. – Legitimacy or Political Mobilisation? A Critical Analysis of Norwegian Social Studies Textbooks
  9. Maitles, H. and Deuchar, R. – Why do they Never Listen to us! Participation Practice in Schools
  10. Maiztegui Oñate, C. and Gómez Marroquín, I. – Promoting the Pupil Voice: How do Spanish Young People Become Active Citizens? Some Reflections About Life-long Learning for Democratic Citizenship
  11. Messina, C., Navarro, A. and Jacott, L. – Adolescents’ Views of Citizenship Education in Spain
  12. Prosen, S. and Pergar Kušcer, M. – The Preschool Teacher as an Object of Attachment
  13. Rone, S. and Liduma, A. – Problems of Civic Education in Latvia
  14. Svensson, I.-M. and Welwert, G. – Where Do Young People Come Together: A Study of How the Public Spaces Rooms Are Used by Older Teenagers in an Urban Environment
  15. Andersone, R. – Citizenship Education in the Integrated Curriculum
  16. Muldoon, R. – Developing Students’ Citizenship Skills Through Recognition of Voluntary Community Work
  17. Korhonen, R. and Graeffe, L. – Citizenship Education as a Challenge in Kindergarten Teacher Education
  18. Watt, P., Gifford, C., Koster, S. and Clark, W. – ‘For People So Young They Had So Much To Offer’: Implementing Active Citizenship in the UK Undergraduate Social Science Curriculum
  19. Kamarianos, J. and Spinthourakis, J. – Teaching Citizenship in the Greek Higher Education Level: Talking About Political Socialization
  20. Fortlouis Wood, L. – Social Identity Theory and the Active Self in Theoretical Context: A Proposed Curriculum for Undergraduate Personality Courses
  21. Filimon, L., Danciu, M., Popa, C. and Laurian, S. – Co-Teaching Citizenship Within the Process of European Integration: The Romanian Experiences of Formal and Non-Formal Education
  22. Mary, L. and Young, A. – Raising the Profile of Language and Identity in Learning During Student Teacher Education
  23. Jurgena, I. and Mikainis, Z. – The Experience and Issues of Citizenship Education in the Higher Education
  24. Gifford, C., Wolodzko, E., Goncalves, S. and Gocsal, A. – National Strategies on Citizenship Related Competencies in Higher Education: A Comparison of Poland, UK, Hungary and Portugal
  25. Lobanova, T. and Shunin, Y. – Communicative Competences as an Instrument for European Identity
  26. Rubinstein Reich, L., Eriksson Sjöö, T., Fresko, B. and Sild Lönroth, C. – Developing Professional Competences Through Building Narratives of Life Experiences
  27. Christersson, C., Hallstedt, P.-A., Hartsmar, N., Högström, M., Malmberg, C. and Mattheos, N. – Education, Dentistry and Social Work: Interactive and Continuous Assessment for Development of Professional Competence
  28. Riojas Clark, E. and Bustos Flores, B. – Academic Student Inventory: Self-Observation Year: Exploring Teacher Candidate Identity Development
  29. Chistonlini, S., Kovalciková, I., Atkan Kerem, E. and Aypay, A. – Being a Teacher in Post-Modern Times: A Comparative Study in Italy, Slovakia, Turkey
  30. Lašek, J., Loudová, I. and Vacek, P. – Teachers’ Subjective Well-Being as an Influential Factor in Feeling Responsible for Students’ Achievement at School
  31. Issa, T. – Educating Global Citizens: Exploring Citizenship Dimensions of Multicultural Classrooms
  32. Berg, W. and Gonçalves, S. – Cross-Cultural Learning and Citizenship
  33. Fülöp, M., Goodwin, R., Nguyen Luu, L., Goebels, K., Rojo, L.-M.., Grad, H. and Berkics, M. – Integration of Chinese Immigrant Children in Four Countries: Germany, Hungary, Spain and the UK
  34. Chehlova, Z. – Intercultural Dialogue as Basis for the Development of Citizenship
  35. Lahti, L. – A Visit to Multicultural School: A Case Study in Finland
  36. Winstead, L. – Starting with Citizenship in Schools: The Social Inclusion of Immigrant Children via an Alternative Dual Language Program
  37. Vidnere, M., Igonin, D. and Plotka, I. – Social Distance and Communicative Relationships Between Nationalities in Latvia: A Psychological Analysis
  38. Lundgren, U. – Intercultural Encounters: A Cross-Atlantic Asynchronous Web-Mediated Discussion on Literary Texts
  39. Petrucijova, J. and Meciar, M. – The Adult Education of Immigrants to the Czech Republic
  40. Fumat, Y. – The Rights of the Child: A European Invention of Universal Significance?
  41. Gendron, B. – Emotional Capital: A Crucial Capital for a Citizenship Society with Personal, Social and Economic Returns
  42. Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B. – Children’s Understanding of Pupils’ Responsibility – A Self-Responsibility Model
  43. Maitles, H. and Cowan, P. – Making the Links: The Relationship Between Learning About the Holocaust and Contemporary Anti-Semitism
  44. Marchenoka, M. and Erliha, S. – Teenagers’ Values Orientation as a Basis for the Development of Latvian Civil Society
  45. Lazar, M. – The Organization of School Activity and the Social and Moral Development of Pupils
  46. Sándor, M. and Fülöp, M. – Gender Differences in Competition in Childhood: Coping with Winning and Losing
  47. Pembecioğlu Öcel, N. – Ethics of Commercials – The Way we Change the Truth for Children: Infantilisation and Idealisation of the World
  48. Haav, K. – Changes in Students’ Values in Estonia
  49. Svingby, G. and Jönsson, R. – Human and Animal Welfare: A Computer Game as a Tool to Enhance Moral Sensitivity
  50. Essomba, M. – Minority Students and Equal Opportunities in Education: Equality as a Step Towards Acquiring Full Citizenship
  51. Pembecioğlu Öcel, N., Gocsál, A. and Tóth, R. – An Analysis of Television Programmes for Children Broadcast in Hungary and Turkey
  52. Foster, R. and Kovalcikova, I. – Approaches to the Education of Asylum Seeker Children in Slovakia and the UK: A Cross-Cultural Comparison
  53. Fernqvist, S., von Gerber, C. and Näsman, E. – Exclusion of Inclusion as Consequence of Economic Hardship in Childhood
  54. Karahasan, H. and Sat, A. – Peace Education in North Cyprus: A Phenomenological Approach
  55. Kõiv, K. – The Meaning of Money: Differences Between Bullies, Victims and Control Group Students
  56. Tatarinceva, A. and Blumenau, N. – Gender Differences: Society, Culture, Language
  57. Schramm, F. and Berg, W. – How to Empower Disadvantaged People
  58. Koutselini, M. and Neophytou, L. – Gender Profiles in Children – How Fifth Elementary Grade Students Attribute Roles to Cypriot Men and Women
  59. Kratsborn, W. – Thea Meaning of Multiple Intelligence and Music for the Design of a Multiple Choice Identity in a Hybrid Society
  60. Pembecioğlu Öcel, N. – The Distorted Image of the World Through Magical Characters and TV Serials: The Child’s Point of View
  61. Blundell, D. and Cunningham, P. – Community Sport Coaching and Citizenship Education: Educating Coaches
  62. Zikmundova, V. – Art Education as a Space to Improve us as Citizens?
  63. Berkics, M. – Cold Hearted Cynics vs Concerned Citizens: Re-Visiting the Notion of Social-Political Cynicism and its Relationship to Citizenship
  64. Kvieskaite, E. – Stereotypes in Civic Journalism
  65. Orosz, G. – Good Citizens? The Darker Side of Hungarian Competitive Business Life
  66. Haghverdian, S. – Social Identity Processes Among Young Immigrant Women in Sweden
  67. Díaz, C. – Ethnic Diversity: Perception, Attitudes and Initial Teacher Education
  68. Tereshchenko, A. – National and Regional Citizenship Identities: A Study of Post-Communist Youth
  69. Woolley, M. and Wragg, T. – ‘We’re Going to Have to be Careful With This One’: The Attitudes and Perceptions of Student History Teachers in Relation to Teaching Controversial Topics
  70. Kartal, O., Saygili, S., Göksçen, E., Özdemir, S., Ates, R., Attila, S. and Kincal, R. – The Tolerance Level of High School Students
  71. Bouakaz, L. – Activating Social Capital: Parents’ Ways of Getting Involved in Their Children’s Education