The impact of political socialization on students’ behavior: Empirical research in schools of Central Macedonia in Greece

Volume 2 Issue 2
Antonis Papaoikonomou
Pages: 1-10 Download Count : 5328 View Count: 5883 DOI Number 10.24331/ijere.327468 Facebook Share on Google+ Save to Zotero Save to Mendeley


The main purpose of this article is to present the secondary education students’ points of view regarding issues that are related to their everyday reality. A link to their political socialization is attempted. At the same time, the influence of independent variables is examined, like "sex", "urbanity", "performance" and "parents’ occupation". The final conclusion shows that even though the majority of students do not express intense negative feelings about different origin, sex and religion, a tendency is at sight, mainly by male students. This conclusion is also compared with the findings of the survey “EUROPE ON THE EDGE”, regarding issues of difference and democratic values.


  • Political socialization
  • students
  • education
  • Greece.
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