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    Young People’s Relationship to Education: The Case of Greek Youth.Vasilis Koulaidis, Kostas Dimopoulos, Anna Tsatsaroni & Athanassios Katsis - 2006 - Educational Studies 32 (4):343-359.
    The aim of this study is to explore how Greek youth understands their relationship to education, and how this understanding might change as a result of the interplay between participation in different educational/social arrangements and structural factors such as gender, socio?economic background and area of residence. In total, 800 young people (i.e. four groups?students in upper?secondary school, tertiary education, vocational education and training and working young people) were surveyed. The results yield an impressive homogeneity of the young people?s views corresponding (...)
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    Mathematics and its Publics: Texts, Contexts and Users.Jeff Evans & Anna Tsatsaroni - 2000 - Social Epistemology 14 (1):55-68.
    This paper argues that mathematics education curricular policy has slowly effected a reversal in the relationship between mathematics and its publics: from mathematics assuming its users to mathematics defined by its (supposed) users. Mathematics education research itself, its contribution to challenging the former notwithstanding, has often unwittingly supported this shift. While in the mid 1980s the mathematics educators propagating the teaching of mathematics by applications represented a small and unique group, by the mid 1990s those advocating teaching mathematics this way (...)
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  3. Changing Knowledge in Higher Education.Antigone Sarakinioti, Anna Tsatsaroni & George Stamelos - 2011 - In Gabrielle Ivinson, Brian Davies & John Fitz (eds.), Knowledge and Identity: Concepts and Applications in Bernstein's Sociology. Routledge. pp. 69--89.