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UNIBO’s contribution to GOETE

UNIBO will carry out a part of the field work for Italy, especially the country report (WP 2), the teacher training analysis (WP 3), the individual survey (WP 4) and a part of the local case studies. It will further be involved in the analysis (WP 8) and dissemination (WP 9).

Previous experience relevant to the tasks

International research projects “Childhood and Families as a place of problems and socio-educational resources” and “Care in Education between families and social service”; European Research Projects in the context of EGRIS (European Group for Integrated Social Research): “UP2YOUTH” – Youth as actor of social change; “YOYO – Youth Policy and Participation”; “Misleading trajectories? Evaluation of employment policies for young adults”; European Research Project “HERO  Health promotion and Educational support for the Rehabilitation of Offenders”; Dream Job – European research Project on vocational training; Summer School in Visual Sociology; Social relations and risk behaviour in adolescence: the role of family and peer group; “New” Families and educational processes: explorative study on family behaviour; research on young people’s transitions from school to work in local contexts.

Team involved:

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Morena Cuconato

Educationalist, research interests include also youth policies and personalised teaching and learning.

 

Mariagrazia Contini, Professor for Social Pedagogy, research into questions related to children and families as well as social and youth welfare services.

 

Maria Teresa Tagliaventi, phd, Sociologist, specialist in issues of school-to-work transitions, child work and child poverty.

 

Nicola de Luigi, phd, Sociologist, researcher in the Department of Sociology. Research interest: youth and welfare policies at local level, youth participation and youth transitions.

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Silvia Demozzi

Phd researcher at the Bologna Department of Education, University of Bologna. She conducts research on issues relating to children as well as social and youth welfare services in Italy; childhood and adolescence illness; educational strategies about ecological and climatic changes (Gregory Bateson's Theory).

 

Alessandro Martelli, phd, Sociologist, researcher in the Department of Sociology. Research interest: youth and welfare policies at local level, youth participation and youth transitions.

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Alessandro Tolomelli

Ph.D., research Fellow at Department of Education “Giovanni Maria Bertin” and adjunct Lecturer at Faculty of Education, Bologna University.

Frederica Taddia

Federica Taddia