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This XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology will focus on how scholars, public intellectuals, policy makers, journalists and activists from diverse fields can and do contribute to our understanding of power, violence and justice.
The conference is sociologically oriented but welcomes contributions from related fields (Geography, anthropology, political science, economics and labour studies, international relations and law). We encourage submissions under any of the following themes: a. Highly skilled migrants and...
The RC19 annual conference brings together international scholars in the fields of comparative welfare state and social policy studies, encompassing a range of disciplines such as sociology, social policy, political science, and economics. Conference theme: Expansion and Retrenchment in Social...
The ISA Forum of Sociology is designed as a mid-term meeting of Research Committees, Working Groups and Thematic Groups combined with the Business Meeting of the ISA Research Council. The International Sociology Association is a non-profit association for scientific purposes in the field of...
Confernece Theme: Facing an Unequal World: Challenges for Global Sociology. Thematic Groups: - Human Rights and Global Justice - Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty - Visual Sociology - Institutional Ethnography - Senses and Society
Conference themes: - How to measure the progress in QoL? Applicability of QoL data for policy makers and the general public. - What got better what got worse? Who are the winners and losers of societal development? - Why does progress pessimism prevail in public opinion?
Objectives: - The most important objective of the Forum is to provide a meeting place for the various Research Committees, Working Groups, and Thematic Groups. Organizers will be provided as much flexibility as possible in designing their respective programs within the scheduled time slots. -...
RC15 encourages submission of papers on all topics relevant to the Sociology of Health and Health Care.
Topics: 1. Migration from and to Central and Eastern Europe—diagnosis and interpretations. 2. The social and cultural contexts, and the consequences of differentiation and marginalisation in Central and Eastern European societies. 3. Is there a (ideal) type of Central and Eastern European...
Abstracts are welcome on theoretical, empirical and applied housing research but are particularly welcomed from a sociological or social sciences perspective (broadly and not in any way exhaustive: geography, political science, public policy, social policy, economics, finance, management &...
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