Sara Hayrik Shmavonyan
24.02.2016

Lecturer

shmavonyansara37@aspu.am

Lecturer/ Chair of Sociology and Social work

Education

2002-2004, Yerevan State University, Faculty of Philosophy, Sociology and Psychology, master’s degree in sociology
1998-2002, Yerevan State University, Faculty of Philosophy, Sociology and Psychology, bachelor’s degree in sociology

Academic Credentials- Master’s degree

Work Experience

2009-Present, Lecturer at ASPU, Faculty of Education Psychology and Sociology, Department of Sociology
2004-2009, Lecturer at ASPU, Department of Philosophy

Courses (bachelor’s)

Methods and techniques of sociological researches
Ethnography and ethnosociology
Sociology of social institutions
Sociology of family
Methods of teaching sociology
Sociology of international relations

Scope of Academic Interests
Sociology of conflicts
Sociology of family
Applied sociology

Trainings

1. Ways of prevention of trafficking
2. Applied features of qualitative research
3. Poverty reduction strategies
4. Ways of overcoming ethnic conflicts

Publications
/for the last 5 years or the most important for scholar/

1. "Changes in the attitudes towards people with disabilities in the Armenian society," materials of the conference dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the "International Day of Disabled Persons" by the United Nations, ASPU, 2013, pp. 87-95
2. “Causes of conflicts and ways of prevention in a young family”, Law and reality international juridical journal, N5, Yerevan, 2012, pp.34-35 /co-author, Yu. A. Gasparyan/
3. "Heredity and anti-social behavior of an individual," Kantegh, 2011, pp. 196-171
4. “The nature of interpersonal conflicts and the main factors of their emergence among the young students in the transitional period”, Kantegh, 2009, pp. 235-241
5. “The objectives of formation of the middle class in Armenia", materials of the 53rd conference of the faculty members, postgraduates, aspirants and researchers dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the foundation of ASPU, Yerevan 2008, Issue 1, pp. 288-290

Languages: Russian, English

 

 

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