BSc in Statistics, MA and Phd in Sociology, University of Reading, UK. Research interests: theory and application of quantitative methods in sociology, social demography, information and communication technologies, deviant behavior.


Publications:
The Impact of Mobile Use on Teenagers’ Socialization

The study explores teenage mobile use as a mean of enforcing social interaction and bonding with family and peers

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Preliminary Evidence of Gender Differentiated Patterns of Mobile Communication Among Teenagers

The paper examines differences between male and female teenagers in the intensity of mobile communication, the usages of specific features and the motives of mobile communication.

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On the Benefits and Constraints of the Web-based Illicit Drug Survey

The benefits of the web-based drug survey may far outweigh its constraints for specific research questions and designs.

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The Measurement of Children’s Well-being during Recessionary Times

The paper underlines the importance of child-centered approaches to subjective well-being that can work complementary to objective measures in order to adequately inform preventive policy initiatives.

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The Role of Ethnic Threat Perceptions in Explaining Anti-immigrant Sentiments: The Case of Greece

This study explores the pivotal role of perceived economic threats in forming anti-immigrant sentiments in Greece between 2004/2005, 2008/2009 and 2010/2011.

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Exploring Potential Impacts of Using Different Operational Definitions of Migrants in Quantitative Research

The study uncovers the differentiated impacts of using the foreign birth and foreign citizenship operational definitions to assess the relations formed among migrants residing in Greece and Sweden.

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Published online: September 5, 2014

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The Upsurge in Intolerance against Migrants during the Greek Recession

The paper explores migrant-related attitudes before and during the Greek debt crisis and investigates the main triggers of developing intolerance against migrants.

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