Assistant Professor
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Research Interests: 
  • Knowledge and pedagogic practices in the contemporary environments of education and lifelong learning
  • Sociological analysis of the education policy, and especially of higher education policies
  • Education/training and professional identities of teachers
  • Social/ educational inequalities and policies/ practices of inclusion
Selected Publications: 
  1. A. Sarakinioti, A. Tsatsaroni, & G. Stamelos, “Changing knowledge in Higher Education”, in G. Ivinson, B. Davies & J. Fitz (eds.), Knowledge and Identity: Concepts and applications in Bernstein's sociology. London: Routledge 2011, pp. 69-89.
  2. Α. Τsatsaroni, A. Sarakinioti, & P. Sifakakis, “The theory of symbolic control and its contribution to the understanding of transformations in education and the ‘Totally Pedagogised Society’”, in Th. Thanos (ed.), The Sociology of Education in Greece. Athens: Gutenberg 2015, pp. 57-76. (in Greek)
  3. Α. Sarakinioti, & A. Tsastaroni, “Discipline and Knowledge in the era of competencies”, in G. Stamelos, (ed.), For a poetics of the educational landscape, Ten years after… dedicated to the memory of Joseph Solomon, Volume I. Athens: Alexandreia 2011, pp. 240-267.  (In Greek)
  4. Α. Sarakinioti, & A. Tsatsaroni, (2010), “Curricula and pedagogic identities in the education of teachers in Greece: An analysis model”, in V. Koulaidis & A. Tsatsaroni (eds.), Pedagogic Practices: Educational research and education policy. Athens: Metaixmio 2010, pp. 179-224.  (In Greek)
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  6. P. Sifakakis, A. Tsataroni, A. Sarakinioti, & M. Kourou, “Governance and Knowledge Transformations in Educational Administration: Greek Responses to Global Policies”, Journal of Educational Administration and History vol. 48, 1 (2016), pp. 35-67.
  7. A. Sarakinioti, & A. Tsatsaroni, “European education policy initiatives and teacher education curriculum reforms in Greece”, Education Inquiry vol. 6, 3 (2015), pp. 259-288.
  8. A. Tsatsaroni, P. Sifakakis, & A. Sarakinioti, “Transformations in the field of symbolic control and their implications for the Greek educational administration”, European Educational Research Journal vol. 14, 6 (2015), pp. 508-530.  http://doi:10.1177/1474904115611911
  9. A. Sarakinioti, “Exploring the Content of Subject Specific Competences in the Context of Greek Initial Teacher Education”, Academia vol. 1, 1 (2011), pp. 227-249.
  10. A. Sarakinioti, “Teacher Education and Knowledge: Juggling among University, School and Labour Market”, in the electronic proceedings of the 2nd National Conference of Sociology of Education: "Education and society in times of crisis", Rhodes, 20-22 May 2016, e-publication in process. (in greek)
  11. Μ. Matousi, A. Sarakinioti, & A. Tsatsaroni, “Between secondary and tertiary education. IVETs: Right to Education or opportunity for Lifelong learning?”, in the electronic proceedings of the 7th Conference of History of Education: “Which knowledge is of most value? Historical-comparative approaches”, Patras, 27-30 June 2014, pp. 34-46. (In Greek)
  12. Α. Sarakinioti, & Α. Papadopoulou, “The educational policy for the Greek Roma people and social justice. Policy planning and policy intervention, relations and obstacles”, in the electronic proceedings of the 3nd Conference of History of Education: “Education and Social Justice”, Patras, 3-5 October 2008. (In Greek)