Subject: Social solidarity; education welfare; social activism; volunteerism; shadow education
This paper aims to understand an emergent social practice of solidarity, that of voluntary shadow education (‘social frontistiria’), in its socio-economic context. Perceiving the welfare state as the institutionalized form of solidarity, this paper attempts to analyze i... View more
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