Revue suisse de sociologie, vol. 48-Issue 1/2022

Expériences en sociologie de l'éducation – promesses et expériences
Rolf BECKER,Joël BERGER,David GLAUSER,Ben JANN
Date de publication
18 mars 2022
Résumé
The Swiss Journal of Sociology was established in 1975 on the initiative of the Swiss Sociological Association. It is published three times a year with the support of the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences. The journal is a multilingual voice for analysis and research in sociology. It publishes work on the theory, methods, practice, and history of the social sciences in English, French, or German. Although a central aim of the journal is to reflect the state of the discipline in Switzerland as well as current developments, articles and book reviews will be accepted irrespective of the author's nationality or whether the submitted work focuses on this country. The journal is understood as a representative medium and therefore open to all research areas, to a ... Lire la suite
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ISSN 03793664
Date de première publication du titre 1er mars 2022
ISBN 9783037772607
EAN-13 9783037772607
Référence 126245-69
Nombre de pages de contenu principal 252
Format 15 x 22.5 x 1.3 cm
Poids 361 g

Editorial [E]

Experiments in the Sociology of Education – Promises and Experiences [E]

Experimental Research in Education: An Appraisal of the Italian Experience [E]

Factorial Survey Experiments in the Sociology of Education. Potentials, Pitfalls, Evaluation [E]

Discrimination at the Crossroads? Evidence from a Factorial Survey Experiment on Teacher's Tracking Decisions [E]

Legitimacy of Group-Specific Support for College Access – Results of an Experimental Vignette Study [G]

Do Intensive Guidance Programs Reduce Social Inequality in the Transition to Higher Education? Results of a Field Experiment [G]

Home Street Home. Experiences of Homelessness in a City in French-Speaking Switzerland [F]

Spatial Planning as Public Space: Some Issues of Local Democracy raised by the Extension of the E´cole ho^telie`re in the Lausanne peri-urban area [F]

Constructing Vocations. The Promotion of Vocations by Professional Associations [G]

The Swiss Journal of Sociology was established in 1975 on the initiative of the Swiss Sociological Association. It is published three times a year with the support of the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences. The journal is a multilingual voice for analysis and research in sociology. It publishes work on the theory, methods, practice, and history of the social sciences in English, French, or German. Although a central aim of the journal is to reflect the state of the discipline in Switzerland as well as current developments, articles and book reviews will be accepted irrespective of the author's nationality or whether the submitted work focuses on this country. The journal is understood as a representative medium and therefore open to all research areas, to a plurality of schools and methodological approaches. It neither favours nor excludes any research orientation but particularly intends to promote communication between different perspectives. In order to fulfil this aim, all submissions will be refereed anonymously by at least two reviewers.

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