Professor of Sociology

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Publications:
Greek Students in the University of West Macedonia Describe Minorities

Greek students in West Macedonia University were asked to describe minorities in written text. In this study we hope to combine the semiotic analysis and the content analysis.

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The Internal Meaning of the Adverse Notional Conceptions About the West and East in Greek Society and Culture and the Adherence to Specific Cultural and National Stereotypes

The research attempts to elucidate the students’ perceptions about and attitudes towards the different semantic description of the specific terms in History as well as everyday life.

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“When I hear the Word Book I am Getting Nervous”: What Greek Primary School Pupils Believe about Books

The present paper investigates children's relationship with books as objects and the consequences ensuing from using and working with books.

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Nationalism through State-Constructed Symbols: The Case of National Anthems

The content and the “hidden” meanings of 18 national hymns will be analysed in order to investigate the nationalistic, propagandistic and sometimes the chauvinistic elements they include.

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An Antiquated Institution: The Socio-political Role of the Modern Sovereign Nation-state

This presentation challenges the thesis that the sovereign nation-state remains the foundational actor of global politics in the era of globalisation.

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Western Values in the Third World: State, Democracy and Globalisation

The session explores the new western imperialism as it relates to the Third World countries through the use of notions such "sovereign nation-state", "neoliberal democracy" and "globalisation".

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Posters as a Form of Political Discourse: Posters of the Communist Youth of Greece in the Dictatorship Era (1967–1974)

The paper focuses on the “semiotics of resistance” and searches for the “hidden messages” of the illegal posters designed by the communist guerrillas during the dictatorship era in Greece.

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Cross-thematic Curriculum Framework for Kindergartens: Teachers’ Perceptions about Assessment

This study focuses on kindergarten teachers’ perceptions about assessment which is based on the Greek Cross-thematic Curriculum Framework for Kindergartens.

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