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CiCe’s fourth European Research Student Conference was held at the Malmö University, Sweden, under the theme 'Human Rights and Citizenship Education'.
The conference was attended by fourteen new researchers from six countries who reported on their ongoing research.
Vanja Lozic (Malmö University, Sweden) spoke about history-teaching in hybrid societies and the profile, structure and context of history in multicultural schools.
Andrea Gaynor (University of Huddersfield, UK) posed the question in her paper ‘What Kind of Citizens are Commercial Sex Workers?’.
Fernanda Bazanella Noguiera (University of Aveiro, Portugal) made connection between citizenship education and ICT and how it is possible to develop communities of practice.
Aigline de Causans (Universite de Reims Champagne Ardenne, France) presented her research results on the social representation of global warming and pro-environmental behaviour.
Szabolcs Gergo Harsányi (Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) analyzed the cognitive characteristics of political thinking in Hungary.
Aaron Cooper (University of Huddersfield, UK) discussed the problem with being British.
Camilla Löf (Malmö Unversity, Sweden) the construction of friendship in life competence education.
Mohamed Elhaddad (University of West of England) argued for the supplementary school system in Englad.
Beata Szabó (Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) investigated the representations of social differences in function of family socialization.
Miriam Sang-Ah Park (Brunel University, England) presented a comparative research on families.
Hiroe Terada (University of Iceland, Iceland) identified leadership behaviors of young Children atpPreschool.
Helena Gião (University of Lisbon, Portugal) discussed the Portuguese intercultural society in a comparative study.
Kristin Fransson’s paper (Malmö University, Sweden) was about the construction of children's identity within the Swedish sports movement.
Neil Summers’ (University of Western England, UK) presented his ethnographic results on parental perceptions of enabling strategies of services supporting children with intellectual disabilities.
There were two workshops; one on identifying biases in research and a session led by Marta Fulop on ways to present research papers, as well as a Research Student Poster session in the main CiCe conference where participants in the Research Student Conference had the opportunity to present their research to a wider audience.
Three Best Paper Awards were to Miriam Sang-Ah-Park (Brunel University, UK), Beata Szabó (Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) and Vanja Lozic (Malmö University).
The conference organising committee was chaired by Marta Fulop (Hungary) and included Luigi Cajani (Italy), Roger Johansson (Sweden) Penelope Harnett (UK) and Sigrun Adalbjarnardottir (Iceland).