Laboratory teaching staff, Department of Sociology
University of Crete-Department of Sociology
741 00 Rethymno, Greece
e-mail: papadakma at uoc.gr
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
- Papadaki M., Kaloferaki S., Exploring the usage and ‘forced no usage’ of mobile phones among teenagers, Social Science Tribune, vol.61, 2012, (in Creek).
- Kalogeraki, S. & Papadaki, M., The impact of mobile use on teenagers’ socialization. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 5 (4),121-134, 2010.
- 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.
- 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