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Location: UP.3.211
University of Manchester Building: University Place, Third Floor Oxford Road
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
RN10_01b: Contextual factors in education
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Adriana Aubert, University of Barcelona

Teaching Styles and School Alienation in Luxembourgish Primary Schools: A Mixed-Method Study

Alyssa Laureen Grecu, Andreas Hadjar

University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

A Sociological View On Teacher Efficacy: A Closer Look At The School Context

Lennart Van Eycken, Mieke Van Houtte

Ghent University, Belgium

Remaking Place-Based Education Inequality in an Era of Austerity: The Interactive Effects of Education Austerity Reforms and Neighborhood Distress and Gentrification in Chicago

Stephanie Farmer1, Ashley Baber2

1: Roosevelt University, United States of America; 2: Loyola University - Chicago

Interplays Between Individual And Social Group Factors In School Bullying

Selma Therese Lyng

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

RN10_02b: ICT in education
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Bernadette Brereton, Dundalk Institute of Technology

Education and “e-Inclusion”: Supranational Goals, Local Productions. From European Public Policies to Aix-Marseille’s Projects

Matthieu Demory

Aix-Marseille Univ, LAMES, CNRS, Aix-en-Provence, France

The Impact Of Online Research Sites In Shifting Boundaries, Lessening Barriers And Increasing ‘Belonging’ In The HE Academic Community

Bernadette Brereton

Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland

Education For Digital Natives – Employing Digital Learning Devices To Empower Students’ Individual Knowledge From Diverse Social Backgrounds

Jana Heinz

Technical Universtity Munich, Germany

Education in Information Societies: a Chance or Challenge? – Comparing the Effect of ICT Use on Student Performance in Countries at Different Levels of Information Society

Aniko Vincze

University of Szeged, Hungary

RN10_03b: Gender and education
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Mieke Van Houtte, Ghent University

Gendered Universities and Work-life Balance Strategies. A Study Case in a University in Spain

Alícia Villar Aguilés1, Sandra Obiol Francés2

1: University of Valencia, Spain; 2: University of Valencia, Spain

“Why Do Girls Shoot Higher Than Boys?”: Individual And Country-level Predictors Of The Reversed Gender Gap In Educational Expectations

Francisco Olivos

The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

Sibling Influence in Field of Study Choices

Maaike van der Vleuten1, Ineke Maas2, Jeroen Weesie2

1: Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, The; 2: Utrecht University, Netherlands, The

The Intergenerational Transmission Of Occupational Norms: Gender And Social Status

Dinah Gross1,2

1: University of Lausanne, Switzerland; 2: University of Geneva, Switzerland

RN10_04b: Life-long learning
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Adriana Aubert, University of Barcelona

The Role Of Lifelong Learning In Improving The Efficiency Of Knowledge-intensive Enterprises

Grigorii Kliucharev, Anna Chursina, Irina Trofimova

Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation

A Proposal for Conceptualising, Analysing and Training Computational and Critical Thinking in Adults in the Knowledge Society

Tatiana Iñiguez-Berrozpe1, Carmen Elboj-Saso1, Francesco Marcaletti2, Ellen Boeren3

1: University of Zaragoza, Spain; 2: Universitat Internacional de Catalunya; 3: University of Edinburgh

The Double Exclusion: Level of Education and Educational Activity of Adults

Barbara Worek1, Magdalena Jelonek2

1: Jagiellonian University, Poland; 2: Cracow University of Economics, Poland

European Lifelong Guidance Policies and Devices: an Opportunity or a Hindrance to Emancipation?

Antonietta De Feo1, Marco Romito2, Catarina Gonçalves3

1: University of Roma 3, Italy; 2: University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy; 3: University of Lisbon, Institute of Education, Portugal

Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
RN10_05b: Perceptions and constructions of vulnerability
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Mieke Van Houtte, Ghent University

Interactive Constructions of Youth Vulnerability

Xavier Rambla

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

Sense of Futility as Subject of Disciplinary Action: do Students with Negative Attitudes toward the Educational System get disciplined more often?

Emma Degroote, Mieke Van Houtte

Ghent University, Belgium

“Excessive” Bodies In The Secondary Classroom: (Short) Stories Of Students With Restricted Growth Of Their Secondary Education In The United Kingdom

Antonios Ktenidis

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

Compensation of Educational Disadvantages as Social Service?

Éva Perpék1,2, Márta Kiss1,2

1: Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre for Social Sciences, Hungary; 2: Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

RN10_06b: Curriculum design and development
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Antigoni Alba Papakonstantinou, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Re-imagineering Learning: Art-making As An Emergent Community Of Practice

Jo Trowsdale

University of Warwick, United Kingdom

Cultural Literacy in the English Curriculum: Amalgams of Cultural Conservatism and Enterprise Culture.

Ebru Soytemel, Eleni Stamou, Anton Popov

University of Aston - Centre for Critical Inquiry into Society and Culture (CCISC), United Kingdom

My Perfect Day In School

Mikkel Kjer, Chantal Nielsen

The Danish National Centre for Social Research, Denmark

RN10_07b: Social inequality in primary and secondary education
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Dinah Gross, University of Lausanne

Student Enrolment in Upper Secondary Education within Ethnically and Socioeconomically Heterogeneous municipalities in southern Stockholm, Sweden

Håkan Forsberg

Uppsala University, Sweden

The Effects of National Performance Standards on Educational Poverty – Findings from a Fixed Effects Approach with PISA Data

Janna Teltemann1, Reinhard Schunck2

1: University of Hildesheim, Germany; 2: GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Does It Make Sense to Measure the Inequality of Opportunity in Education? Comparing Inequality of Opportunity to Inequality of Outcome in Adolescents’ Reading Achievement Across 37 Countries and Over Time

Anna Gromada, Yekaterina Chzhen, Gwyther Rees

UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti, Italy

The Social Space of Swedish Preschools: A Bourdieusian Analysis of Families’ Preschool Enrolment in a Marketised Welfare State

Jennifer Charlotte Waddling, Håkan Forsberg

Uppsala University, Sweden

Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
RN10_09b: Particular contexts
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Ece Cihan Ertem, Lund University

Work-Family-School Conflict For Non-Traditional Students In Cyprus

Eleni Damianidou, Maria Iacovou

University of Cyprus, Cyprus

Time Series Correlation of Indigenous and Total Young Child Populations in Taiwan: Intermarriage, Legal Status, and Educational Rights

Chien-Lung Wang, Ju-Hui Chang

National Taitung University, Taiwan

The Agency Of Deaf Indian Learners Of English In A Peer-To-Peer Multiliteracies Project

Eilidh Rose McEwan

Institute of International Sign Languages and Deaf Studies, School of Languages and Global Studies, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

Alternative Spaces Of Failure: Disabled ‘Bad Boys’ in Alternative Further Educational Provision

Craig Johnston

University of Winchester, United Kingdom

RN10_10b: Internationalisation
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Mieke Van Houtte, Ghent University

Who Choose to Study Abroad, and What Educational Field Do They Choose?

Håvard Helland

OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

The impact of European school partnerships: The case of Greek participation

Theodoros Zevgitis, Anastassios Emvalotis

University of Ioannina, Greece

The Education of the Global Elite: The Role of ‘Traditional International Schools’

Hugh Lauder, Tristan Bunnell, Michael Donnelly, Sam Whewall

University of Bath, United Kingdom

Accountability Reform in the Chilean Education System: Exploring its Trajectory and Enactment through a Cultural Political Economy Approach

Lluís Parcerisa1, Alejandra Falabella2

1: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain; 2: Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile

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