Nune G. Gevorgyan
24.02.2016

Lecturer, Researcher

Researcher/ Chess Educational Research Center
Lecturer/ Chair of Sociology and Social Work

Education
2010-2012: Armenian State Pedagogical University after Kh. Abovyan, Faculty of Psychology of Education and Sociology, Department of Pedagogy and Sociology, Master’s degree
2006-2010: Armenian State Pedagogical University after Kh. Abovyan, Faculty of Psychology and Social Pedagogy, Department of Pedagogy and Sociology, Bachelor’s degree

Work Experience
Since November 3, 2015: Armenian State Pedagogical University after Kh. Abovyan, Chess Educational Research Center, researcher
Since September 01, 2012: Armenian State Pedagogical University after Kh. Abovyan, Faculty of Psychology of Education and Sociology, Chair of Sociology and Social Work, lecturer

Courses
Bachelor's degree course: General Sociology (1st course), History of Sociology (1st course), Computer Software in Sociological Researches (3rd, 4rd course)
Master's degree course: Qualitative Methods in Sociology (1st course)

Scope of Academic Interests
History of Sociology, Methodology and Methods of Sociological Research, Theory and Practice of Sociological Work

Trainings
October 6, 2010: TRUST Social Work and Sociological Research Center, ''Introduction to Leadership Development and Gender Education'' training (20 hours)
23.04-22.05, 2013: Armenian-Indian Center for Excellence in ICT, ''Statistical Analysis with SPSS " training (30 hours)

Publications
1. "The need of employment of people with disabilities in the Republic of Armenia." Materials of the conference devoted to the "20th anniversary of the International Day of Disabled Persons", Yerevan, 2013 (coauthor A. Badalyan) (pp. 110-114), 5 p.;
2. "Leisure as a social and cultural phenomenon," Materials of the conference "The value orientation of youth and their problems", Yerevan, 2012 (coauthor G. Mkoyan) (pp. 82-84), 3 p.;
3. "The development of sociological thought in the early Middle Ages in Armenia", "Social technologies in today's society", St. Petersburg, 2012 (coauthor E. Sahakyan) (pp. 59-61), 3 p.

Languages: Russian and English.

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