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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Building a Composite Indicator to Measure Active Citizenship in EuropeMASCHERINI Massimiliano; HOSKINS Bryony LouiseContributions to Conferences
2008Does Formal Education have an Impact on Active Citizenship Behaviour?HOSKINS Bryony Louise; D'HOMBRES Beatrice; CAMPBELL JoannArticles in Journals
2008Does Formal Education Have an Impact on Active Citizenship Behaviour?HOSKINS BRYONY LOUISE; D'HOMBRES BEATRICE; CAMPBELL JoannEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Learning to Learn and Civic Competences: Different Currencies or Two Sides of the Same Coin?HOSKINS BRYONY LOUISE; DEAKIN CRICK RuthEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Learning to Learn: What is it and Can it Be Measured?HOSKINS Bryony Louise; FREDRIKSSON UlfEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Measuring Active Citizenship through the Development of a Composite IndicatorHOSKINS Bryony Louise; MASCHERINI MassimilianoArticles in Journals
2008Measuring Civic Competence in Europe: a Composite Indicator Based on IEA Civic Education Study 1999 for 14 Years Old in SchoolHOSKINS BRYONY LOUISE; VILLALBA GARCIA ERNESTO; VAN NIJLEN Daniel; BARBER CarolynEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Measuring Youth Civic Competence across Europe in 1999 & 2009HOSKINS Bryony Louise; SAISANA Michaela; VILLALBA CynthiaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Retrieving expert opinion on weights for the Active Citizenship Composite IndicatorMASCHERINI MASSIMILIANO; HOSKINS BRYONY LOUISEEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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