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Valeriya Malik

  • Valeriya Malik has been at HSE since 2013.

Responsibilities

Management of Russian Panel Study  'Trajectories in Education and Careers'

 

 

Education

  • 2003

    Degree
    Moscow Higher School of Social and Economic Sciences

  • 2002

    Degree in Sociology
    International Solomon University

Postgraduate Studies

3rd year of study
Approved topic of thesis: Uncertainty of Educational and Career Aspirations and its Role in Educational Trajectories Formation
Academic Supervisor: Kurakin, Dmitry

Conferences

  • 2018
    Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys II (Колчестер). Presentation: Do we lose panel participants when switch to online mode? Evidence from Russian Panel Study ‘Trajectories in Education and Career‘
  • 25th International Conference on Jewish Studies (Москва). Presentation: Формирование образовательно-профессиональных траекторий при столкновении с дискриминационными барьерами: изучение на основе автобиографий (евреи в СССР)
  • 25th International Conference on Jewish Studies (Москва). Presentation: Формирование образовательно-профессиональных траекторий при столкновении с дискриминационными барьерами: изучение на основе автобиографий (евреи в СССР)
  • 2017
    VIII Международная конференция исследователей высшего образования (Москва). Presentation: Формирование образовательно-профессиональных траекторий при столкновении с дискриминационными барьерами доступа к высшему образованию: изучение на основе автобиографий (евреи в СССР)
  • 2016
    Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies Conference (Бамберг). Presentation: Mixed-mode Data Collection in the Russian Panel Study ‘Trajectories in Education and Careers’
  • 2015
    6th conference of the European Survey Research Association (Рейкьявик). Presentation: Tracking of respondents in the Russian panel study of educational and occupational trajectories
  • XVI Апрельская международная научная конференция "Модернизация экономики и общества" (Москва). Presentation: Панельное исследование "Траектории в образовании и профессии (ТрОП)

  • XVI Апрельская международная научная конференция "Модернизация экономики и общества" (Москва). Presentation: Влияние социальных характеристик семей на образовательные траектории учеников после 9-го класса
  • 2014
    Конференция Общества лонгитюдных исследований и исследований жизненного курса (Лозанна). Presentation: Russian longitudinal panel study of educational and occupational trajectories: Study description and opportunities for social policy

Publications8

IoE Methodological Experience of Conducting Longitudinal Research Presented at International Conference in Germany

Leading expert at the Center for Cultural Sociology and Anthropology of Education participated in the annual conference of the Society for Longitudinal and Life-Course Studies. Her report on the Institute of Education researchers’ expertise was welcomed with interest by the international community of scientists.

Parents' Education Can Hinder Social Mobility for Children

Families' limited cultural capital can hinder social mobility for their school-age childern and 'doom' them to a particular educational path. Academic performance being comparable, the chances of continuing studies in high school (grades 10 and 11) after nine years of secondary school are unequal for teenagers from families of different socioeconomic status. While children of well-educated and affluent parents usually go on to high school and then to college, their peers from working-class families often switch to vocational school despite good academic performance, thus maintaining socioeconomic inequality.