Sociologist, Senior Researcher, EKKE
Hadjiyanni Andromachi was born in 1958 in Arta. She is a sociologist working as associate researcher in the Institute of Urban and Rural Sociology of the National Centre of Social Research. She holds a DEA in social sciences, a DEA in social geography and a Doctorat de 3eme Cycle in Urban Sociology of the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, France. In the past she has been involved in research subjects concerning social representations and social practices within urban areas. Her recent research interests include the analysis of sociability and social networks, as well as the connection between education, the labor market and social stratification. Selected publications: «Young people’s social networks and their role in employment», in I.Lambiri-Dimaki (ed), Sociology in Greece today, 2002, Volume C. Papazisis Editions. Athens; «Social capital and finding work», in Maratou-Alipranti L, Panagiotopoulou R., Koniordos S., (eds), Social developments in contemporary Greece: Employment, education, family, deviation, 2006, Athens: National Center for Social Research/Sakoulas, p.p. 129-153, (in Greek); (with A., Valassi, D.), "Higher Education and Reproduction of Distinctions: the small and the large door to Greek Higher Education", pp. 207-245 in T. Maloutas et al. (Eds) Social and Spatial Transformation in 21st Century Athens, 2009, NCSR, Athens (in Greek); «On Social Cohesion in Greece», The Tocqueville Review / La Revue Toqueville, 2010, Vol 31, No 1, p.7-40.