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International Symposium Researching Young Lives 2

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International Symposium Researching Young Lives 2

 

 

International Symposium

 

 

 

Researching Young Lives 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Organizer: Youth Research Center at SWPS University


The body of knowledge on young people entering adulthood remains fragmented and requires systematization. There is insufficient data about social behaviors, personal and professional experiences, and life choices of young people. Therefore, we need more studies to understand these matters better. The aim of the International Symposium Researching Young Lives 2 is to present results of several research projects on children and young people and provide practical information about research tools for studying behaviors of young people entering adulthood.

December 9
9.00-16.15
Warsaw

Focus of the symposium

The symposium will focus on presenting useful methods of researching the markers of opportunities available to young people, their aspirations and important transitional events, such as moving out of the family home, achieving financial independence, setting up own household, having the first child, and securing the first job. These events take place in a changing social environment and in various contexts, including peer groups, local community, and Internet-based media (such as news portals, television, social media, blogs, ect.).

Presenters and participants

The symposium is addressed to researchers interested in interdisciplinary research on youth behaviors. The participants and presenters include academics from Arizona State University and SWPS University.

Program

9.00 Opening

9.15-10.45 Panel 1

  • Anticipating transitions to motherhood. A temporal avenue for researching modern mothering
    – Marta Buler, Paula Pustułka
  • Women entering adulthood - between social pressure and psychological needs
    – Dorota Wiszejko-Wierzbicka
  • Beyond political polarization. Voting behavior of the Polish youth
    – Agnieszka Kwiatkowska, Mikołaj Cześnik
  • Cooperation as the future competence
    – Jowita Radzińska
  • Discussion

10.45-11.00 Coffee break

11.00-12.30 Panel 2

  • Frenemy: a new addition to the bullying circle – Qualitative analysis of peer group dynamics
    – Małgorzata Wójcik
  • Bees & Butterflies? Polish migrants’ social anchoring, mobility and risks post-Brexit
    – Agnieszka Trąbka, Paula Pustułka
  • Education through democracy – Civic activation of youth. Self-reflection on program evaluation methodology
    – Michał Wenzel, Marta Żerkowska-Balas
  • Exploring duality of time. Combining social sequence analysis with Qualitative Longitudinal Analysis using the example of mobile youth transition
    – Dominika Winogrodzka, Justyna Sarnowska
  • Discussion

12.30-13.15 Lunch break

13.15-15.00 Panel 3

  • Youth and (return) migration: The case of Poland
    – Keynote Speaker Izabela Grabowska
  • Child protection and child well-being: Distinct priorities
    – Keynote Speaker Judy Krysik
  • Engaging young people in program evaluation: Lessons from the National Youth Transition Database
    – Miguel Vieyras
  • A Social Services response to family separation
    – David Androff
  • Discussion

15.00-15.15 Coffee break

15.15-16.15 Methodological roundtable

16.15 Closing

 

Date and Location

December 9, 2019
SWPS University
Chodakowska 19/31, 03-815 Warsaw, Poland
Conference Room, 4th floor

Contact

Jowita Radzińska

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