Reconsidering the Constitution of School Historical Knowledge: The Greek History Schoolbooks as Texts of National Identity
Read the Greek history schoolbooks as products both of their authors' rhetorical fact construction strategies and of the tradition of argumentation of the historical representation of the Greek nation.
International Journal of Learning, Volume 8.
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2000 Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, Department of Psychology, Doctoral Diploma in Psychology, Subject area: Social psychology
1992 University of Lancaster, U.K., Department of Psychology, Postgraduate
Diploma in Research Techniques in Psychology
1988 Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, Department of Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology, B.A. in Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology, orientation: Psychology
1998-2001 Teaching as adjunct lecturer at the Department of Preschool
Education, School of Pedagogy of Florina, Aristotle University of
Thessaloniki. Courses: Social Psychology, History of Psychology
1995-1997 Teaching as teacher of humanities in secondary education
1992-1994 Research assistant at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, Department of Psychology. Project "The Greek schoolbooks and UNESCO" (Director: Prof. D.Papadopoulou)
1999 Constructing national identity: The case of the Greek history schoolbooks. Psychologia, 6, 227-235
1999 Changes in the Greek history schoolbooks: How effective are they in "improving" the image of the national other? In the Proceedings of the International Conference on "The image of the "other"/neighbour in the schoolbooks of the Balkan countries (pp. 375-391). Athens: Typothito-G.Dardanos.
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