Argyris Kyridis has studied Political Science and Sociology at the University of Athens. He has obtained his Ph.D in Political Sociology - Sociology of Education at the same University and an M.Sc. in Politics and Sociology at Birkbeck College, University of London. He is currently a associate professor at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, where he teaches Sociology of Education, Research Methodology and Educational Policy. He has published several papers in Greek and European scientific journals. He is the writer or co-author of the following books (in Greek): Educational Inequality, School Discipline, Sociology of Preschool Education, Teachers facing ICT, Bibliology (3 Volumes), Inequalities in the Greek Educational System, Language Teaching with the Use of ICT in Preschool Education, The Social and Educational Characteristics of the students of the Faculty of Education at Florina.


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Class and Profession Stereotypes by Greek Elementary School Students

Recording the stereotyped views of 11-12 years old Greek Children, about the social characteristics and occupations.

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Greek Primary School Students Write on the National Anniversary of March 25th

The way that Greek primary school students understand the March 25th national anniversary.

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Infants’ Phonemic Awareness and Family Literacy in Greece

This paper investigates the way that family’s literacy level influences the infants’ phonological skills.

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What Greek Pupils Believe about People from Other Countries: Social and Cultural Stereotypes

The social and cultural stereotypes of Greek pupils about the cultural and racial other

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National Anniversaries in Greece: Teachers' Attitudes Towards the Role of National Celebrations in Greek Schools

The ideological role of national anniversaries at Greek school.

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Antropomorphic Stereotypic Identities and Biological Inaccuracies in Animal Similes as a Constraint for the Improvement of the Human – Nature Relationship

The stereotypic similes about animals as a constraint for the development of human - nature relationship

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