Papadaki Marina


Ελληνική έκδοση σελίδας

Laboratory teaching staff, Department of Sociology

University of Crete-Department of Sociology
Gallos Campus
741 00 Rethymno, Greece
Τel.: +302831077526
Fax: +302831077467
e-mail: papadakma at
Office hours: Thursday 11:30-14:30


I have graduated from Mathematics Department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1992) and I hold a Master degree on Statistics from Auckland University of New Zealand (1996). Also, I am an undergraduated student on “European Civiization” at the Hellenic Open University.


Since 2004 I am employed by the University of Crete (Department of Sociology) as a Specialized Technical & Laboratory staff. My work position entails the support of teaching and research activities in the field of quantitative analysis and social statistics. In addition I am responsible for the laboratory classes on statistics and quantitative methods.


  • Implementations of statistical methods on social research


  1. Papadaki M., Kaloferaki S., Exploring the usage and ‘forced no usage’ of mobile phones among teenagers, Social Science Tribune, vol.61, 2012, (in Creek).
  2. Kalogeraki, S. & Papadaki, M., The impact of mobile use on teenagers’ socialization. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 5 (4),121-134, 2010.
  3. Kalogeraki S., Papadaki M., Alexandridis S., Solidarity Actions towards Migrants during an Era of Anti-immigrant Rhetoric: An Explorative Study in a Greek Local Community, 11th European Sociological Association (ESA) Conference: Crisis, Critique and Change, University of Turin, August 28th-31st, 2013.
  4. Papadaki Μ., «Actions of solidarity during economic crisis. A study in the city of Chania, Crete», paper presented at the workshop of the Postgraduated Program in Sociology: Social Reserch Dimensions of the Crisis, Rethymno, University of Crete, 24 May, 2013, (in Greek