Marios Vryonides is Associate Professor of Sociology and Research Methods at the European University Cyprus where he works since 2007. He got his PhD from Institute of Education – University of London (2003). From 2004 until 2009 he was visiting lecturer at the Institute of Education – University of London. Previously, he has taught at Anglia Polytechnic University (2001-2003) and the University of the Aegean (2004-2007). From 2008 until 2013 he was Cyprus’ national coordinator of the European Social Survey. He is currently the Secretary of the Research Committee on Sociology of Education (RC04) of the International Sociological Association. He has published widely on sociological and educational issues in international peer reviewed journals. His research interests focus on contemporary sociological theory, sociology of education, in the theories of cultural and social capital and in the processes of educational choice-making.
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