Mara, Liviu Catalin

Personal Information

Position: Researchers in training Mara, Liviu Catalin
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Location: Tarragona
Description:
PhD student . BA in Political Science and Public Administration from the University of Granada and Master of Research in Sociology from the University of Barcelona. He's doing a PhD on innovation in SMEs.

Publications

Mara, L. C., Cascón-Pereira, R. & Brunet, I. (2022). Perceptions of empowerment and motivation as outcomes of a continuing vocational education and training (CVET) programme for adults. Education + Training, . [More]  [DOI]
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Perceptions of empowerment and motivation as outcomes of a continuing vocational education and training (CVET) programme for adults
Mara, L. C., Ginieis, M. & Brunet, I. (2021). Strategies for Coping with LGBT Discrimination at Work: a Systematic Literature Review. Sex Res Soc Policy, (18), 339–354. [More]  [DOI]
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Strategies for Coping with LGBT Discrimination at Work: a Systematic Literature Review
Mara, L. C., Brunet, I. & Olivé, J. C. (2020). Innovation skills training in a lifelong learning programme for unemployed people, in Catalonia (Spain). Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research, . [More]  [DOI]
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Innovation skills training in a lifelong learning programme for unemployed people, in Catalonia (Spain)
M., P. C., Mara, L. C., Vladia, I. & Teresa, S.-M. (2020). Social Impact of Psychological Research on Well-Being Shared in Social Media. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 135. [More]  [DOI]
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Social Impact of Psychological Research on Well-Being Shared in Social Media
Diez-Palomar, J. & Mara, L. C. (2020). Mathematics makes you feel attractive: Empowering new alternative masculinities in the context of mathematics classroom. Masculinities & Social Change, 9(1), 53-84. [More]  [DOI]
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Mathematics makes you feel attractive: Empowering new alternative masculinities in the context of mathematics classroom

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