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Polivanova K. N., Vopilova I., Nisskaya A. Научные доклады Института образования. WP IE. НИУ ВШЭ, 2016. No. 04.
The report is aimed at identifying categories and approaches which are appropriate for designing contemporary educational programs for parents through the analysis of its history and current trends. Thå a uthors consider the main stages in the development of educational programs for parents in Europe, USA and Russia and trace changes in the programs content from the emergence of the first schools for Mothers focused on informing parents in the field of hygiene and health issues, to the emergence of parenting training for the development of parental competencies and skills. Currently the main trends in the development of educational programs for parents are orientated to the needs and requirements of a parent, to parent’s personal, inner resources. This article explains the use of the category of parental self-efficacy for designing educational programs.
Added: Mar 28, 2016
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Kurakin D. Научные доклады Института образования. WP IE. НИУ ВШЭ, 2014. No. WP 01/IE/2014.
Longitudinal cohort studies of life trajectories are progressively gaining international renown as the most relevant methods for studying education, socialization, and labor market, among other related issues. The Russian Longitudinal Panel Study of Educational and Occupational Trajectories is the first national-scale project of this type in contemporary Russia, and is aimed at improving the current lack of reliable high-quality data on this issue. The benefits of the longitudinal design for causal analysis are much discussed in literature and well acknowledged by scholars. Our study strives to combine the traditional benefits of quantitative analysis with the advantages of cultural-oriented interpretive analysis in sociology, anthropology, and psychology. Another important feature of this study is enriching the data from the national panel with the data from international tests of student competences, namely PISA and TIMSS. In this paper I shed light on the aims, context, perspectives and ambitions of the study; discuss the conceptual benefits, restrictions, and implicit assumptions of the approach; observe the methodological design, and briefly review the main research questions that shaped the study.
Added: Mar 17, 2015
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Polivanova K. N. Научные доклады Института образования. WP IE. НИУ ВШЭ, 2015
The paper presents a new instrument that has been elaborated to reveal contemporary teens’ peer interaction content and the results obtained. The instrument “remake” refers to pro- jective methods. The teens watch an old Soviet movie “Tomorrow, April 3rd” about everyday life of a school class. Then they are given a task to write down a script of a new movie based on the same events as they could happen today and later to produce a new film (selecting the most interesting episodes). The whole course of script and movie production is being traced and pro- tocoled. The data obtained was analyzed as follows: the original episodes were compared to those of the original version. It made it possible to reveal the most valuable episodes for present-day teens. Those presenting interaction with teachers were ignored, presenting interaction with par- ents — discussed but rejected. The selected episodes concerned trust and betrayal (though unintentional) in peer interaction. Themes of bulling and aggression were also discussed. The analysis of the course of discussion reveals hot interest to different aspects of corporeality. Thus it has been concluded that borders and border violation are the most important in peer interac- tion. Physical (corporal) borders as well as psychological ones constitute the emotionally inten- sive experience.   
Added: Apr 1, 2015