In the middle of October 2019, a big conference took place: the ID Conference, dedicated to the subjects of migration and diversity. Sociology in Education and Science Laboratory has organized a whole section on this conference - a section on «Migration, inequality, and identity», as well as presented works by Daniel Alexandrov and Svetlana Savelieva.
What topics were discussed in this section, why we need to talk about migration, and why it’s important to look at both theoretical and practical sides of it - you can read in new material.
The Fifth International Conference on contemporary problems of migrations has been held in Moscow on September 26 and 27, 2019. SESL has attended the conference as an invited participant: Ksenia Tenisheva has presented work on Migrant children in Russian Schools and came back with interesting news.
On June 27, the Laboratory held a conference for its research groups that had been working on various projects throughout the year. Our student researchers have presented their findings on a whole variety of topics, including sex education, bullying and cyberbullying in adolescents, parental involvement in the education of children, school choice, and gender stereotypes among teachers.
Longread about the expedition to the Kaluga region.
On February, 28, 2019, Daniel A. Alexandrov have announced the results of our research on the Saint Petersburg youth vocational guidance system to the listeners of the Saint-Petersburg International Labor Forum.
The Laboratory has presented its report on the “School choice” project at the International Conference held by the European Association for Education Law and Policy (ELA) in Lisbon.
The laboratory has been researching risk behaviours of adolescents for quite a long time. We have been using methods of social network analysis that allow us to track the changes in behaviours and relations of young people who study together.
On 13-15th September the European Association for Research on Adolescence Conference was held at the University of Ghent, Belgium. On these three days there were many speeches, poster sessions, and keynotes.
I have been living in Berlin for the last six months, and it is only now that I can finally say I am more or less at ease with the city.
Hi everyone! It has already been a month since I moved to the Netherlands and started my studies at Utrecht University.