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Children and Inequality Conference - Agenda

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11am - 12noon

Richard Wilkinson keynote


12 – 1.15pm

Lunch and poster session


1.15 – 3pm

Presentations: Parallel sessions

FAB2.25 (H1.49)

3 – 3.15pm

C&t break


3.15 – 4pm

What do we know about children and inequality? Discussion moderated by Julie Dickinson (Birkbeck) and Harriet Tenenbaum (Surrey)






Rebecca Dole & Lindsey Cameron (University of Kent): Indirect contact and knowledge interventions to improve relations in the disabled-nondisabled intergroup context: a systematic review


Gamze Er-Vargün (University of Warwick): The relationship between maternal hostility and equal sharing: The mediator role of the moral reasoning


Ian Hadden, Matthew Easterbrook, Peter Harris (University of Sussex): Thinking local: how individual school context contributes to psychological barriers that create educational inequalities


Rebekka Kesberg (University of Sussex): A relational-based approach to (cultural) schemas of inequality


Michelle McGillion (University of Warwick): tba


Yvonne Skipper (University of Glasgow): White Water Writers- A ‘novel’ way of exploring young people’s views about inequality


Hana Butorova (University of Glasgow): Character-focused mentoring with children experiencing inequality


Aimee Cheung (University of Warwick): SES Differences in Early Vocabulary Development: Beyond Maternal Education


Kirsty Gravestock, Lindsey Cameron, Rita Guerra, Raquel António, and Lazaros Gonidis (University of Kent and Instituto Universitário de Lisboa): Testing the limits of the Parasocial Contact Hypothesis: Does watching Sex Education predict attitudes and behaviours to support equality and challenge injustice for sexual minorities? 


Michaela Gummerum, Belen Lopez-Perez, Lotte Van Dillen, Eric Van Dijk (University of Warwick, Liverpool Hope University, Leiden University): Altruistic punishment and compensation of inequality in children, adolescents, and adults