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

By Paraskevi Golia, Ifigenia Vamvakidou, Sophia Anastasiadou and Argyris Kyridis.

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The ideological role of national anniversaries at Greek school.

Keywords: National anniversaries, National memory, National socialization, Teachers

International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 2, pp.127-138. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 908.728KB).

Dr. Paraskevi Golia

Teacher of Primary Education. Graduate of Pedagogic Academy Florina in 1986 and of Pedagogic Department of Education of Florina, Aristotle University, in 1998. She attended Postgraduate Studies in Pedagogic- Humanities and Historical Studies at the same University. MS in faculty of Education, Pedagogic Department of Florina, Aristotle University Thessaloniki: ''Ideological Direction of the Greek Students of Ex Soviet Union (1925-1937): A research in language school books''. She is candidate for a Ph. D. in Educational Politics at the University of West Macedonia (Florina, Greece) and she is assistant in teaching Modern History. She has published several papers in Greek and European scientific journals about pedagogic. She had created also educational software in education.

Ifigenia Vamvakidou

Ifigenia Vamvakidou has studied Modern History and Philosophy of History at the University of Salonica. She has obtained her Ph. D. in Modern History of Greece at the same University and attended Postgraduated Studies in Philosophy of History at the same University. She is currently a lecturer at the University of West Macedonia (Florina, Greece), where she teaches Modern History, Cultural Studies and History of Art and Education. She has published several papers in Greek and European scientific journals about intercultural teaching of history and History of Art. She is the writer of the book in Greek: Thraces in 1821 and the artistic monuments as historical sources.

Sophia Anastasiadou

Sofia Anastasiadou holds a BSc from the Department of Mathematics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece, a Master degree in Mathematics Education from Surrey University Kingston in Great Bretagne. She has obtained her Ph. D. in Multidimensional Statistical Analysis at the Macedonia University of Thessaloniki in Greece. She is currently a Lecturer of Applied Statistics and Educational Research in the Department of Preschool Education University of Western Macedonia in Greece. Apart form Statistics and Mathematics Education in Primary, Secondary and Higher Education her research interests are also focused in the Analysis and Interpretation of Multivariate Data for Social Science. Sofia Anastasiadou has published several papers in Greek, European and International Scientific Journals.

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