Researcher

Katerina Iliou

TYPE:
Researcher
GRADE:
C
SPECIALTY:
Social Psychologist
OFFICE:
7.7
TEL.:
210-7491614
EMAIL:
kiliou@ekke.gr
Curriculum Vitae

SHORT CV

Katerina Iliou holds a PhD in Social Psychology (Panteion University, Psychology department) on “New forms of prejudice” and two Master’s degrees, one on “Social exclusion and minorities”, and one on “Adults education”. She is researcher at National Centre for Social Research (EKKE), Institute of Social Research. She is experienced in implementing research field projects on national and international research programs and has developed publication action and presentations in international conferences. Her research interests concern: prejudice, racism, patriotism, intergroup relations, social identity, youth identity, and attitude measurement scales.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Prejudice
  • Racism
  • Patriotism
  • Intergroup relations
  • Social identity
  • Youth identity

ADMINISTRATIVE WORK

  • 2015-2017: Vice president of the Personnel Association of the National Centre for Social Research
  • 2013-2015: Secretary of the Personnel Association of the National Centre for Social Research

SELECTED PROJECTS

  • Youth Web Print Platform (YouWeP (2017-2020)
  • Web survey on social and political attitudes and values: Greece and Hungary (2017)
  • CESSDA –ATTIKH- Support and development of Greek partners for participation to the Consortia of European RIs within ESFRI /2006 (2014-2015)
  • Dynamic management of databases and cartographic representation – SoDaMap (2012-2015)
  • Combating discrimination in the field of entrepreneurship: Women and young Roma and Muslim immigrants (2013-2014)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Iliou, K. (2017). Minority affiliation and social identity: Profile, attitudes and professional strategies of Roma and Muslim immigrants. In N. Demertzis, D. Balourdos, I. Kikilias, N. Spiropoulou, M. Chrisakis (Eds.), The Social Portrait of Greece 2016-2017, National Centre for Social Research, Athens
  • Iliou, K. (2016). Entrepreneurial survival and attitudes towards the immigrants in the center of Athens: Individual and collective interest or Symbolic Racism? In M. Thanopoulou, A. Mouriki, J. Tsiganou (Eds.), Employment and social policy in the city of Athens: Research delineates (pp.64-84), National Centre for Social Research, Athens
  • Iliou, K. (2015). Combating Discrimination in the Field of Entrepreneurship: Interviewing women and young Roma and Muslim Immigrants. In D. Balourdos, & j. Tsiganou (Eds), Combating Discrimination in the Field of Entrepreneurship: Women and Young Roma and Muslim Immigrants (pp. 203-218), Papazisis Publishers, Athens
  • Iliou, K., Spiropoulou, N. (2015). Mixed methods research: The combination of methods in social sciences. In K.N. Phellas, D. Balourdos (Eds.), Society and research: Contemporary quantitative and qualitative methods (pp.319-357), Papazisis, Athens
  • Iliou, K. (2014). Personal perceptions and political affiliation shaping immigration attitudes in times of fiscal austerity: The case of Greece. In N. Petropoulos, G. Tsobanoglou (Eds) The Debt Crisis In the Eurozone: Social Impacts (pp.227-250), Cambridge Scholar Publishing, UK
  • Iliou, K., Kakepaki, M., Kountouri, F. (2012). Ethnic coexistence at school: Attitudes and perceptions in adolescence. In A. Afouxenidis, N. Sarris, O. Tsakiridi (eds.), Inclusion of immigrants: Perceptions, policies, practices, National Centre for Social Research, pp. 97-123
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