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Petya holds a masters in Polish and Bulgarian Philology from the Sofia University. She is PhD in Sociology and Chief Assistant in IFS-BAS. Petya works on the topics of labor and civil society, science and media, etc.
In her scientific work she collaborates actively with HomeNet Eastern Europe and Central Asia and the global network of home workers. The spark of her scientific interest ignites from her previous work as a communications expert in an NGOs such as KNSB, UNICEF Bulgaria, etc.

Здравков, С., Иванов, М., Климентова, П. (2022). Публичното разбиране на науката в мрежовия свят. Стратегии на образователната и научната политика, 30, 3, „Аз-буки“, DOI:
Климентова, П. (2021). Защитата на атипичния труд в Бългрия и преходът от традиционна към всекидневна гражданска активност. Социологически проблеми, 53 (2): 561–582,
Климентова, П. (2021)Защитата на атипичния труд в България и преходът от традиционна към всекидневна гражданска активност. Социологически проблеми, 53, 2, 561-582
Klimentova, P. (2017). The problem of everyday citizenship through the lens of the concepts of orders of significance and modes of engagement of Luc Boltanski and Laurent Thévenot. Psychological Research, Volume 20, Book 1, pp. 125–134;
Klimentova, P. (2018) Contemporary forms of everyday citizenship in the sphere of labor: The experts’ point of view. Interview with the chairman of the Association of Domestic Workers in Bulgaria. In: Contemporary Societal Challenges and Sociology Education. Collection of reports, UNSS, pp. 169–177;
Klimentova, P. (2021) The protection of atypical labor in Bulgaria and the transition from traditional to everyday civic activity. Sociological Issues, 53, 2, 561-582

The Images of Science in the Digital World: Between Social Networks and Internet Media;
Improving the teaching of philosophy and civic education (for grades VIII-XII) by developing key student competencies