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54 p, 3.3 MB From So Far to So Close. Addressing the Refugee Phenomenon: History, Sociology, Technology / Fitili, Magda (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) ; Ţârău, Virgiliu (Bolyai University) ; Karabegović, Dzeneta (University of Salzburg) ; Sharifi, Massoud (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) ; Mosquera, Merlys (Asociación San Juan de Dios España) ; Fosso, Rolland ; Mulholland, Paul (The Open University) ; Hernández, Marc (La Tempesta Media) ; Zorrilla, Mikel (Vicomtech)
La Conferència internacional "From So Far to So Close. Addressing the Refugee Phenomenon: History, Sociology, Technology" es va celebrar en format virtual els dies 15 i 16 de juny de 2020. La primera taula rodona "History of Refugees in the 20th Century" va incloure les següents intervencions: 1. [...]
International Conference: From So Far to So Close. Addressing the Refugee Phenomenon: History, Sociology and Technology (June 15-16th, Virtual Format), : 2020  
18 p, 399.5 KB Professionalism in the era of accountability : role discrepancy and responses among teachers in the Netherlands / Browes, Natalie (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Sociologia) ; Altinyelken, Hülya K. (University of Amsterdam. Department of Child Development and Education)
The roles and identities of professionals have undergone significanttransformation in an ever-globalising world shaped by neoliberal values. In the field of education, standardisation and outcome-based qualitymeasures have become the norm. [...]
2022 - 10.1111/1468-4446.12917
British Journal of Sociology, Vol. 73, núm.1 (January 2022) , p.188-205  
The role of schooling in times of global pandemic : a sociological approach / Tarabini-Castellani, Aina
The health emergency generated by COVID-19 and the massive closure of schools has given rise to an unprecedented situation for education systems worldwide. This situation has raised fundamental questions about the role of the school in contemporary societies and whether it still fulfils a particular function as a social institution. [...]
2021 - 10.1080/09620214.2021.1966825
International Studies in Sociology of Education, 2021 (24 August)  
4 p, 542.0 KB The Intersections of Economic Insecurity, Non-Standard Employment and Gender in Southern Europe / Maestripieri, Lara (Politecnico di Milano) ; Ierodiakonou, Christiana (University of Cyprus)
2021 - 10.3389/fsoc.2021.730671
Frontiers in Sociology vol. 6 (july 2021), 2021  
15 p, 307.9 KB Mastering Youth Transitions : Italy as a Case for the Contemporary Complexities / France, Alan (University of Auckland. Faculty of Arts Administration) ; Giancola, Orazio (Sapienza University of Rome. Department of Social and Economic Sciences) ; Maestripieri, Lara (University of Milan. Department of Architecture and Urban Studies) ; Visentin, Martina (University of Padova. Department of Political Science, Law and International Studies)
2021 - 10.14658/pupj-ijse-2021-2-1
Italian Journal of Sociology of Education, Vol. 13 Núm. 2 (2021) , p. 1-14  
18 p, 424.4 KB Living arrangements across households in Europe / Liu, Chia ; Esteve, Albert
This chapter explores living arrangements across 21 European countries. Globally, European living arrangements are characterised by uniquely high levels of single-person households, the predominance of nuclear families, and low levels of intergenerational co-residence between adult children and their parents (Eurostat 2015; United Nations 2018). [...]
The diversity of living arrangements in Europe is the result of deep historical roots of family systems that trace back to preindustrial times (Hajnal 1982). The structural or cultural nature of this diversity has been debated since the late nineteenth century. [...]
This chapter provides an account of Europe's regional diversity in living arrangements. A traditional way to approach the study of family diversity is by using the family as a unit of analysis. Given the nature of our data, we take an 'individual approach' in which we use the individual as a unit of analysis and classify the respondents by their living arrangements. [...]

Edward Elgar Publishing 2021
Research Handbook on the Sociology of the Family, 2021, p. 187-204  
14 p, 473.0 KB Assumption of the Myths of Romantic Love : Its Relationship With Sex, Type of Sex-Affective Relationship, and Sexual Orientation / Cubells Serra, Jenny (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Psicologia Social) ; Sánchez-Sicilia, Alejandro (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Psicologia Social) ; Astudillo-Mendoza, Priscila (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Psicologia Social) ; Escandón-Nagel, Neli (Universidad Católica de Temuco (Xile). Departamento de Psicología) ; Baeza-Rivera, María José (Universidad Católica de Temuco (Xile). Departamento de Psicología)
Romantic love promotes and lays the foundation for the development of hegemonic affective sex relationships, guiding the normative ways of feeling and experiencing love. This way of conceiving love is an intrinsic part of women's subordination, and it entails a greater tolerance for situations of violence in sex-affective relationships in which the exercise of asymmetric power relations between men and women is legitimized. [...]
2021 - 10.3389/fsoc.2021.621646
Frontiers in Sociology, Vol. 6 (may 2021)  
6 p, 729.8 KB The Covid-19 pandemics : why intersectionality matters / Maestripieri, Lara (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Covid-19 has been a disrupting event in contemporary social life but is far from being a great equaliser. Preliminary studies have put in evidence how different social groups faced a differentiated risk of contagion and coped differently with the various consequences of the emergency. [...]
2021 - 10.3389/fsoc.2021.642662
Frontiers en Sociology, 2021  
25 p, 575.9 KB Naming oneself in the social mirror : a vignette-based survey / Mac-Clure, Oscar (Universidad de Los Lagos) ; Barozet, Emmanuelle (Universidad de Chile) ; Valenzuela, Ana María (Universidad de Santiago de Chile)
In order to understand the way in which people self-identify in society and as a contribution to debates about class identity in Latin America, in this article we assess how individuals categorize themselves and others socially, and discuss whether a significant portion of the population classifies itself as middle class. [...]
2020 - 10.1177/0011392120932953
Current sociology, June 27 (2020)  
19 p, 695.9 KB Effects of innovativeness and innovation behavior on tourism smes performance : the case of Albania / Domi, Shpresim (Agricultural University of Tirana) ; Keco, Remzi (Agricultural University of Tirana) ; Capelleras i Segura, Joan-Lluís (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) ; Mehmeti, Gentjan (Agricultural University of Tirana)
Though SMEs play a crucial role in countries' economic development, some of them succeed and others fail during their life cycle. In this regard, managers/owners continually have to identify the most significant factors that influence performance management. [...]
2019 - 10.14254/2071-789X.2019/12-3/5
Economics and Sociology, Vol. 12 Núm. 3 (2019) , p. 67-85  

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