Marta Gil Lacruz is a Doctor of psychology and sociology. Her thesis “The Health System and the Community” won the Zaragoza University Extraordinary Social Sciences Doctorate Award for the academic year 2002-2003. She is currently Tenured Professor of Social Psychology. Her many publications include Health and Sources of Social Support (The Centre for Sociological Research, 2000), A Didactic Guide to Social Psychology (Promolibro, 2004), Social Psychology, a Commitment Applied to Health (University Press, 2007) and numerous articles and collaborations in projects relative to theoretical aspects applied to the social psychology of health, lifestyles and social determinants.
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Luis Cantarero Abad is a psychologist and a Doctor of Social and Cultural Anthropology. He is currently a professor at Zaragoza University where he is Director of the postgraduate degree course ‘Sport and Society: Multidisciplinary Training and Contemporary Challenges’. Luis is a member of the Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Nutrition and Social Habits. His main research interest is sport and nutrition from a psychosocial and cultural perspective and he has published a wide variety of articles on this subject in both national and international journals and magazines.
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Miguel Ángel Cañete Lairla is Psychologist specialist in domestic violence and DEA in Psychology and Learning. Actually, he works as Associate Professor at Humanities and Education Faculty (Huesca, University of Zaragoza). His thesis "male violence: gender variables in battered women" is in progress from his clinical experience and psychosocial research carried out since 2005 until today. He also is an expert in applied statistical research to social sciences, with numerous and important collaborations in scientific methodology of psychology and medicine professionals. Research interests: Programs evaluation, psycho-educational processes and contexts and Current Perspectives in Psychology and Gender Research.
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Elena Espeitx Bernat is a Doctor of Social Anthropology and professor at the Centre d'Enseyament Superior en Nutrició i Dietética in Barcelona. Since 1993 she has participated in numerous national and international research projects. Her most recent publications include: Nutrition and Young People in the Process of Emancipation in Catalonia (2003); Nutritional Behaviour of Senegalese, Moroccans and Ecuadorians in Catalonia (2005); Nutrition and Women in Situations of Economic Instability in Barcelona" (2005); The Social Perception of Nutritional Safety in Catalonia (2005- 2006); Women as the Heads of Single-parent Families: Access to Housing and Consequences for Quality of Life and Health (2007); Young People Environmentalism and Participation (2007). Elena is also Scientific Coordinator of the independent Social Research organisation ‘Applied Social Analysis’ and a member of the ‘Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Nutrition and Social Habits’.
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Carmen Gallego Ranedo is Associate Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology in the Department of Psychology and Sociology at the University of Zaragoza She holds a degree in Geography and History (1982) from the University of Barcelona. PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology from the "Rovira y Virgili" University of Tarragona. 2002, title thesis: "African immigration in Zaragoza. Space, discourse and memory of migratory processes in Aragon". Master in Applied Social Studies, specializing in Interpersonal Relations. 1988. University of Zaragoza. Diploma in European Social Policy by the European Institute Interuniversitaire de L'Acción Sociale. 1992. University of Marcinelle (Belgium). She graduated from the University of Barcelona (1982) with a degree in Geography and History and obtained a PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology at the Rovira y Virgili" University of Tarragona ( 2002). Thesis title: “African immigration in Zaragoza. Space, discourse and memory of migratory processes in Aragon". Master in Applied Social Studies, specializing in Interpersonal Relations. University of Zaragoza (1988). Diploma in European Social Policies by the European Institute Interuniversitaire de L'Acción Sociale. University of Marcinnelle (Belgium) (1992). She has carried out several studies on territorial organization and social-economic development in Aragon. Research on river transport on the Ebro. Studies on popular architecture in the Aragonese Pyrenees. Studies on Immigration in Aragon (of both nationals and foreigners) - Social Participation in the city of León (Nicaragua).
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Ana Isabel Gil-Lacruz, is an empirical health economist who obtained the Ph.D. with the dissertation entitled: Alcohol Consumption among Spanish youth: Human Capital, Social Capital and Welfare. This Dissertation got the honorific distinction of European Ph.D. and it was awarded as an Extraordinary Ph. Dissertation in Social Science at Zaragoza University (Spain). Gil-Lacruz has been recently working in the projects "Cross-National Patterns and Predictors of Life-Cycle Smoking Behavior", (sponsored by the National Institute of Health of the United States), "Risky sexual behaviours and alcohol consumption" (sponsored by the Spanish Association of Health Economics, "Healthy life styles in a community" (sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science) and "Women and health" (sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs). These research has resulted in published papers on the journals Applied Economics, Empirical Economics, Trimestre Economico, Salud Mental and Social Behaviour and Personality, among others.
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María Luisa Gracía Perez is a sociologist. Her doctoral thesis (2015): "Impact assessment: dimensions and models. An experience in healthcare in Aragon ", carried out within the PhD program Sociology of Public Policies of the University of Zaragoza. She qualified with an outstanding cum laude. She combines her intense professional activity in the socio-sanitary field with university teaching. Currently, she is a Project Management Technician (Aragonese Institute of Health Sciences) and Associate Professor of the Faculty of Social Sciences (University of Zaragoza). her lines of research are: sociology of health, health training, evaluation of programs, citizen participation in the health system, etc.
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Eva María Lira Rodríguez is a Ph.D. Assistant Professor in Social Psychology of the University of Zaragoza at the Faculty of Humanities and Education (Campus of Huesca) and research associate at the Research Institute of Personnel Psychology, Organizational Development and Quality of Working Life (IDOCAL) of the University of Valencia. She obtained a PhD magna cum laude in work and organizational psychology at the University of Valencia. Her research focuses on virtual teams, team effectiveness, emotional intelligence, and multilevel models. She research yielded several publications in A1 journals, book chapters in important editorials, and contributions to international congresses.
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Pilar Martín Hernández is a Doctor of Psychology. Her thesis “Demands and Resources of the Working Environment: An Extension of the Demand-Control Model” won the Valencia University Prize for Extraordinary Psychological Work, 2003-2004. She is currently Assistant Professor of Social Psychology at the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences in Teruel. Pilar has contributed to a number of published works and written articles on innovation and communication, information and occupational stress and psychological wellbeing and immigration.
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Manuela Pérez Pérez is Associate Professor of Business Organization at the School of Engineering and Architecture in the Zaragoza University (Spain). She teaches on Operation Management and Business Strategy for Degrees and Masters in Engineering. Her research studies focus on Teleworking, Innovation and New Technologies in Organizations, Flexibility of Human Resources in Companies, Work/ Family Balance. In this sense, she has participated in countless events (conferences, congresses, ...), has collaborated in 13 research projects (financed mainly by the Ministry of Science and Innovation and the local Government of Aragon), in a hundred works (presented at national and international congresses), as many other articles published in national and international magazines. She has collaborated in the publication of about twenty books, and is the sole author of one (Doctoral Thesis, awarded by the Economic and Social Council of Aragon). She has published arfticles in journals such as Personnel Review, Joumal of Management Studies, lnternational Business Management, lnternational Journal of Manpower, British Journal of Management, and Gender in Management. She also actively participates in the governing bodies of the School of Engineering and Architecture (Quality Assurance Committee of the Engineering Degrees, School Board, Course Coordinator ...)
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María Luz Rodrigo-Estevan is Tenured Professor of Medieval History at the University of Zaragoza. She is a member of the Spanish Society of Medieval Studies and the International Commission on the Anthropology of Food. Her research interests are focused on social history and anthropology; her many works include: Documents for History and Justice in Aragon (1991); Inquisitorial Processes in Daroca and its Community (1994); Power and Daily Life in the Late Medieval City (1996); The City of Daroca at the End of the Middle Ages (1999), Medieval Aragonese Testaments: Rites and Attitudes Towards Death (2002). María has contributed to a variety or published works and specialist journals on social issues, economics, mental health, law and the region of Aragon in the middle ages.
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María Sierra Berdejo Maria Sierra Berdejo is Ph.D. in Sociology of Public and Social Policies. She also holds degrees in Sociology (Specialising in Social Psychology) and Social Work and a Diploma of Advanced Studies in Sociology. Her professional activities focus on education and health. She is currently Coordinator of the Ibón Drug Dependence Prevention and Attention Centre in Sabiñánigo (Huesca) and Associate Professor of Sociology at the Zaragoza University School of Health Sciences. María’s research work concentrates on health and education issues from a social perspective. She has published articles in specialist journals and been involved in national and international conferences and meetings.
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Ana Cristina Tesán Tesán, graduated in Elementary proficiency (Human Sciences specialty), Graduate in Psychology, clinical qualification for health care system. Masters in Psychopedagogy and in Lifelong Learning. Liberal professional with a great experience in: training, individual therapeutic care and group dynamics, developed both in the private sphere and in the community. She currently collaborates as an associate professor in the area of Social Psychology at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Work at the University of Zaragoza. Areas of research interest: Interrelation between the social, educational and clinical spheres in the group sphere. Social evolution through the oral transmission of ideas and knowledge.
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Juanjo Cáceres Nevot is a Social and Human Sciences researcher and Doctor of History who specialises in the analysis of nutrition and other social behaviour from a historical, social and cultural perspective. Janjo is a member of the Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Nutrition and Social Habits and is works for the ANSOAP social analysis company. His many publications include: Com a la llosa res: Transformacions alimentàries a l’Alt Urgell i el Pallars Sobirà (CPTPC, 2001); Els comportaments alimentaris dels joves en procés d’emancipació (Observatori de la Joventut, 2005) and Cuines en migració: alimentació i salud d’equatorians, marroquins i senegalesos a Catalunya (2006).
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Mª Eugenia Gallizo Llorens studied Journalism at Navarra University’s Faculty of Communication and currently works in the national and international media. Mª Eugenia regularly collaborates with a number of specialist publications in the area of nutrition and health, the subject of her thesis at Zaragoza University, where she is involved in a number of research projects.
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Marina Heredia Ríos is a qualified teacher (she is a specialist in therapeutic pedagogy), holds a Diploma in Social Work from Zaragoza University and a post-graduate qualification in Socio-Occupational Orientation from Spain’s Open University (UNED). Since 1988 she has worked for the Aragon Unión General de Trabajadores trade union in the departments of Social Services, Women and Youth. Marina was a member of the Regional Executive Committee of the union from 1998 and 2006 and was responsible for Employment, Women and Trade Union Education. She is currently employed as Coordinator of the union’s Secretariat of Equality and Social Policies.
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Jordi Martínez Callaghan has a PhD in Sociology of Public Policies and graduated in Social Work at the University of Zaragoza. He has specialized in the qualitative analysis of migratory flows towards the Western countries. He has collaborated with the University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom) and Meiji University (Japan) in research and dissemination projects on the Japanese immigrant community in Europe. His professional activity has developed in the field of secondary education. He is currently working at the San Valero Foundation with Senior Secondary, and Vocational Training students. His activity in the field of research focuses on the study of the social networks of immigrants during their settlement process in the host society. He is currently working with CESA (Economic and Social Council of Aragon) doing research on the project of integration of young foreigners in the education system.
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Diana Carolina Mira Tamayo is a social worker and has a Master in sociology of public policies by the University of Zaragoza. She is currently a doctoral student and collaborates with different institutions on aging issues such as: Humanitarian Office of Havana Cuba, Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO), the Aging and Society Program and the Hands United for Peace Foundation in Buenos Aires-Argentina. In Spain she has collaborated with the City of Zaragoza in the evaluation of the Plan of the historical urban area. She has also participated in a European program Extreme Right in Nuremberg, Germany. This doctoral student has a scholarship of the Universtage program for professional internships in Buenos Aires, Argentina and the DGA, CAI program as well as and the University of Zaragoza program for development cooperation practices in Havana, Cuba, conducting courses, research and interaction in different interdisciplinary teams. Research interests: positive health, life styles and quality of life in the elderly of the third and fourth age subgroups.
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Paula Val Naval is a Doctor of Latin Philology at the University of Zaragoza. Paula specialises in Latin medieval texts and her work has been published in academic journals. Special mention should be made of the 2006 publication of her Doctoral thesis Estudio, edición crítica, traducción y comentario de la Summa supra phisonomiam de Guillermo de Aragón (c.1300).
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Jesus Zapatero Herranz is a psychologist and specialist in Educational Guidance. Guidance in secondary schools and associate professor in the Faculty of Education. Masters in Teacher Training and Learning throughout life. He is currently conducting a thesis on evaluation processes and quality improvement in counseling. He has participated in European initiatives and training and development in local projects and community revitalization sociolaboral. Research interests: The educational and vocational guidance, teacher training, action research in education.
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