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The filete porteño is an artistic drawing typically used in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Following this style, 2 keywords were used to symbolize the complex idea of the “Social Justice” and “Democratization”: “people“ and “ballot boxes“. People were represented with an attitude towards life of happiness and hope. Three shapes represent human bodies; one of them is hugging a circular shape that contains the second keyword, a “Ballot Box”, that symbolizes democratization, together with the voting paper.

2nd ISA Forum of Sociology - Social Justice and Democratization 2º Foro ISA de Sociología - Justicia Social y Democratización 1-4, August 2012, Buenos Aires, Argentina
© 2012 International Sociological Association Programme book Graphic design by: Santángelo Diseño Printed in Argentina

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Introduction Venue site maps and floor plans ...................................... Welcome by Michael Burawoy....................................... Welcome by Margaret Abraham..................................... Welcome by Alberto L. Bialakowsky and Alicia I. Palermo .................................. Forum Organization ...................................................... General Information ......................................................

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Programme Opening Ceremony ...................................................... 35 Programme Structure ..................................................... 36 Timetables .................................................................. 38

Programme - Session Details Plenary Sessions .......................................................... 95 Open Forum ............................................................... 97 Sessions Details ........................................................... 98 Research Committees Sessions ........................................ 100 Working Groups Sessions .............................................. 323 Thematic Groups Sessions ............................................. 331 Joint Sessions ............................................................... 350 ALAS/AAS Sessions ..................................................... 393 Other Activities ............................................................ 412

Index Author Index ................................................................ 415

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nevertheless the Forum is also committed to projecting the public face of sociology. It proved to be a turning point in the development of our association and I expect our visit to Buenos Aires to represent a similar renaissance. but also the complex. but it has inspired sociologists to interrogate the very meaning both of social justice and of democratization. The theme is fitting for a second reason: sociologists. relations between social justice and democratization. It is fitting because this last year has seen movements for social justice and democratization sweep across the planet from the Arab Spring to the Indignados to the Occupy Movement to the International Student Movement. often against brutal dictatorships and foreign interventions. Finally. The Forum has only been possible due to the sustained and dedicated work of Margaret Abraham. and often contradictory. have distinguished themselves in the relentless pursuit of both social justice and democratization.Welcome Bienvenida Bienvenue Welcome address by the President of the International Sociological Association It is a great pleasure to welcome the delegates to the second Forum of the International Sociological Association here in Buenos Aires. but Latin American sociologists in particular. when the World Congress was held in Mexico City. the theme is fitting because sociology has a long and laudable tradition of studying not only the conditions of their mutual expansion. breaking attendance records and projecting new visions for sociology. the organizers have endowed our meeting with a most fitting theme – Social Justice and Democratization. Although we are here first and foremost as a meeting of our 55 Research Committees (and our Thematic Groups and Working Groups). Thus. This wave of social protest is still only in its infancy. ISA Vice-President and  13  Michael Burawoy President of the ISA . We were last in Latin America in 1982.

We would not be here were it not for the Michael Burawoy generosity of the administration of the University of President of the ISA Buenos Aires who have offered us their premises Bienvenida del Presidente de la Asociación Internacional de Sociología Es un gran placer dar la bienvenida a los delegados del Segundo Fórum de la Asociación Internacional de Sociología aquí en Buenos Aires. y al Secretariado de la AIS en Madrid. VicePresidenta de la AIS y Presidenta del Fórum. Fue un punto de inflexión en el desarrollo de nuestra asociación y espero que nuestra visita a Buenos Aires provoque un auge similar. Alberto Bialakowsky many assistants and aids. todavía en sus inicios. Por último. al Comité Organizador Local encabezado por sus co-Presidentes. ha alentado a los sociólogos a examinar el significado mismo de los conceptos de justicia social y democratización. cuando el Congreso Mundial se celebró en la Ciudad de México. Michael Burawoy Presidente de la ISA  14  . Agradezco a Margaret Abraham. que nos ha ofrecido sus instalaciones como sede para este gran evento. los organizadores asignaron a nuestra reunión el tema de “Justicia social y democratización”. and I welcome you all and Alicia Palermo. No estaríamos aquí sin la generosidad de la Universidad de Buenos Aires. el tema es adecuado porque la sociología tiene una larga y encomiable tradición de estudiar no sólo las condiciones de su mutua expansión sino también las relaciones complejas. Madrid. su arduo trabajo en la organización de este Fórum. Alberto Bialakowsky y Alicia Palermo. Ocupa Wall Street y el Movimiento Internacional de Estudiantes. Les doy las gracias a todos ellos y a sus muchos ayudantes y voluntarios. Esta ola de protesta social. El tema también es adecuado por una segunda razón: los sociólogos –y en particular los sociólogos latinoamericanos– se han distinguido por la búsqueda permanente tanto de justicia social como de democratización. the Local Organizing Committee to host this huge event. and the ISA Secretariat in to what will be a most memorable event. I thank them all and their headed by its co-Presidents. Es especialmente adecuado dado que el año pasado se produjeron movimientos por la justicia social y la democratización en todo el mundo como la Primavera Árabe. batiendo récords de asistencia y planteando nuevos rumbos para la sociología. a menudo contra dictaduras brutales e intervenciones extranjeras. el Fórum también tiene el objetivo de difundir la imagen pública de la sociología. y les doy la bienvenida a este evento. que será memorable. los Indignados.Forum President. Estuvimos por última vez en Latinoamérica en 1982. y con frecuencia contradictorias. Aunque estamos aquí principalmente para reunir nuestros 55 Comités de Investigación. Por ello. entre la justicia social y la democratización. así como nuestros Grupos Temáticos y Grupos de Trabajo.

depuis le printemps arabe jusqu’au mouvement des indignados. en passant par le mouvement Occupy et le mouvement international des étudiants. Le thème est approprié sachant que l’année passée a vu déferler dans le monde entier des mouvements en faveur de la justice sociale et de la démocratisation.Message de bienvenue du Président de l’Association Internationale de Sociologie C’est un grand plaisir d’accueillir les délégués au deuxième Forum de l’Association Internationale de Sociologie ici à Buenos Aires. à l’occasion du Congrès mondial qui s’était tenu à Mexico. et du Secrétariat de l’ISA à Madrid. Enfin. Le dernier évènement de ce type qui ait eu lieu en Amérique latine remonte à 1982. mais aussi à leurs relations complexes et souvent contradictoires. mais elle a amené les sociologues à s’interroger sur le vrai sens de la justice sociale et de la démocratisation. se sont illustrés par leur inlassable quête à la fois de justice et de démocratisation. ainsi que tous ceux qui les ont aidés dans leur tâche. Alberto Bialakowsky et Alicia Palermo. et en particulier les sociologues latinoaméricains. qui a accepté d’accueillir ce grand évènement dans ses locaux. le thème est approprié dans la mesure où la sociologie s’intéresse depuis longtemps non seulement aux conditions de l’expansion mutuelle de la justice sociale et de la démocratisation. du Comité Local d’Organisation dirigé par ses co-Présidents. Bien que nous soyons ici présents d’abord et avant tout pour réunir nos 55 Comités de Recherche (ainsi que de nos Groupes Thématiques et Groupes de Travail). Ce Congrès a marqué un tournant dans le développement de notre association et j’espère que notre venue à Buenos Aires sera porteuse d’une semblable renaissance. souvent en opposition à la brutalité des dictatures et aux interventions étrangères. cette rencontre a été organisée sur un thème particulièrement approprié : Justice sociale et Démocratisation. Et nous ne serions pas ici sans la générosité de l’administration de l’Université de Buenos Aires. Il y a une deuxième raison pour laquelle ce thème est approprié : les sociologues. Je les remercie tous. Par conséquent. Ce Forum n’est devenu réalité que grâce au travail de longue haleine et au dévouement de Margaret Abraham. Vice-Présidente de l’ISA et Présidente du Forum. ce Forum vise également à présenter l’aspect public de la sociologie. Michael Burawoy Président de l’ISA  15  . Cette vague de protestation sociale n’en est encore qu’à ses débuts. et vous souhaite à tous la bienvenue pour ce qui va constituer un évènement particulièrement mémorable. en battant des records de participation et en proposant de nouvelles perspectives pour la sociologie.

Through their various research specialties and collaborative endeavors. This past year. In addition. our local organizational partners for this Forum have also put together thirty additional sessions that further expand our focus on Latin America. under the stewardship of their respective program coordinators. exchange of information and global dialogue that can contribute to transformative change. As we know Latin America has been an important site for the study of social justice and democratization and Latin American sociologists have been deeply committed to research and action in the struggles for social justice and democratization. policy and practice can substantively address the complex issues and formidable dilemmas of our time. scale. Research Council ISA Forum President . Much of the success for the scientific wealth. and diversity of this program is the result of the immense efforts of the 55 ISA Research Committees. and economic regimes with indomitable courage. This Forum provides an excellent platform for us to proactively engage in the international dissemination. striving for social justice and daring against all odds to take the difficult roads to democratization. On behalf of the International Sociological Association it is my great honor to welcome you all to the Second ISA Forum of Sociology in Buenos Aires! Our Forum theme of “Social Justice and Democratization” is particularly timely. Thematic and Working Groups whose sessions are the foremost priority of this Forum held in Buenos Aires.Welcome from ISA Vice-President Research Council and Forum President Dear colleagues and friends. These sessions cover a range of topics. have together organized over six hundred and fifty sessions. political.  16  Margaret Abraham ISA Vice-President. it is critical for us to consider the multiple ways that our sociological research. and public sociology which we hope will stimulate further discussion and debate. we have organized four plenary sessions especially devoted to deepening our understanding of social justice and democratization. pedagogy. social and economic inequalities. We are therefore fortunate to have the Local Organizing Committee setting up two important Open Forum sessions that specifically spotlight social justice and the processes of democratization in Latin America. As sociologists. these groups. gender and human rights. we have witnessed how people across the globe have been challenging oppressive social. We have developed a strong program for this Second ISA Forum of Sociology. The Latin American Sociological Association and the Argentinian Association of Sociology. including many issues and regions that specifically focus on the Forum theme.

I hope that this Forum on the theme of social justice and democratization will result in ongoing dialogue and exchange of ideas and that it will strengthen the links between sociologists and the public sphere. history and culture of Argentina. Research Council ISA Forum President Bienvenida de la Vice-Presidenta del Consejo de Investigación y Presidenta del Fórum de la ISA Estimados colegas y amigos: En nombre de la Asociación Internacional de Sociología es para mí un gran honor darles la bienvenida al Segundo Fórum de la ISA en Buenos Aires. El tema del Fórum. Michael Burawoy. SAGE Publications. Such open access virtual space has the potential to break down borders and boundaries and offer us greater possibilities to share our sociological research. política y práctica sociológica pueden examinar a fondo las cuestiones complejas y los enormes dilemas de nuestra época. has been crucial in all stages of preparing for this big event. To each of you conference participants who have come from all over the world. I want to also take this opportunity to thank the Local Organizing Committee headed by its co-Presidents. el intercambio de información y el diálogo global. que pueden contribuir a un cambio transformador. led by Izabela Barlinska. enjoy the new intellectual challenges that emerge in international meetings and discussions. equal. policy and practices in the public sphere. dissemination. pedagogía. is designed to promote more open. fitting with the theme of this Second ISA Forum and as part of my commitment as ISA Vice President for Research. the University of Buenos Aires for opening this wonderful academic venue to all of us. Ultimately. es fundamental que tengamos en cuenta las múltiples maneras en que nuestra investigación. ISA President. Hemos desarrollado un sólido programa para este Segundo Fórum de Sociología de la ISA. we have also launched a new ISA initiative to create a virtual open access “Social Justice and Democratization Space”. Este Fórum proporciona una excelente plataforma para que nos involucremos de forma proactiva en la difusión internacional. lo político y lo económico con valentía inquebrantable. pedagogy. Palermo. A tremendous amount of work has been undertaken at the backstage to ensure the success of this Forum with more than 3600 participants from 88 countries. es particularmente oportuno. This initiative. Gran parte del éxito en términos de riqueza científica. for their collaboration and also to convey a deep appreciation to our host. Como sociólogos. Bialakowsky and Alicia I. Executive Secretary. the Research Coordinating Committee and the Executive Committee have all been an integral part of this journey. amplitud y diversidad del programa se debe a los inmensos esfuerzos de los 55 Comités  17  . and sustainable forms of knowledge production. Once again a very warm welcome and I personally hope to meet many of you during the Forum! Margaret Abraham ISA Vice-President. The ISA Secretariat in Madrid. I hope this Second ISA Forum provides an excellent opportunity to share your research. El año pasado fuimos testigos de cómo por todo el mundo la gente desafió regímenes opresivos en lo social. form new friendships and strategize about social change. in conjunction with Robert Rojek. learn from one another. and exchange.I am extremely pleased to share that. “Justicia social y democratización”. aspirando a la justicia social y atreviéndose pese a todos los obstáculos a emprender el difícil camino de la democratización. learn about the traditions. Alberto L. at the same time as it will enlarge and make the latter more inclusive.

el Comité Coordinador de Investigación y el Comité Ejecutivo han sido parte integrante de esta labor. espero que este Segundo Fórum de la ISA les proporcione una excelente oportunidad de compartir vuestra investigación. muchos de los cuales se centran en cuestiones y regiones directamente relacionadas con el tema del Fórum. hemos organizado cuatro sesiones plenarias especialmente dedicadas a profundizar en nuestra comprensión de la justicia social y la democratización. que esperamos fomenten todavía más el diálogo y el debate. ha sido indispensable en todas las etapas de la preparación de este gran evento. pedagogía. espero que este Fórum sobre “Justicia social y democratización” dé lugar a un diálogo e intercambio de ideas continuo y que fortalezca los lazos entre los sociólogos y la esfera pública. Michael Burawoy. forjar nuevas amistades y desarrollar estrategias para el cambio social. las desigualdades sociales y económicas. Acorde con el tema de este Segundo Fórum de la ISA y como parte de mi compromiso como Vicepresidenta de Investigación de la ISA. Una vez más. el Comité Organizador Local ha organizado dos importantes sesiones del Foro Abierto que hacen hincapié específicamente en la justicia social y los procesos de democratización en Latinoamérica. Presidente de la ISA. Secretaria Ejecutiva. A los participantes de esta conferencia que han venido de todo el mundo. la Universidad de Buenos Aires. historia y cultura de la Argentina. La Asociación Latinoamericana de Sociología y la Asociación Argentina de Sociología. por acogernos a todos en esta magnífica sede académica. dirigida por Izabela Barlinska. bajo la gestión de los respectivos Coordinadores de Programa. nuestros co-organizadores locales para este Fórum. el género y los derechos humanos. han organizado más de 650 sesiones. estos grupos. difusión e intercambio del conocimiento. Margaret Abraham Vice-Presidenta del Consejo de Investigación Presidenta del Fórum de la ISA  18  . encabezado por sus co-presidentes Alberto L. Se ha realizado un enorme esfuerzo entre bastidores para velar por el éxito de este Fórum con más de 3600 participantes de 88 países. me complace sobremanera compartir con ustedes que hemos puesto en marcha una nueva iniciativa para crear un “espacio de justicia social y democratización” virtual y de acceso abierto. aprender de las tradiciones. política y prácticas sociológicas en la esfera pública. y la sociología pública.de Investigación de la ISA. Bialakowsky y Alicia I. Latinoamérica ha sido una región importante para el estudio de la justicia social y la democratización y los sociólogos latinoamericanos han estado profundamente comprometidos con la investigación y la acción en estas luchas. Como sabemos. En esta línea. También quiero aprovechar la ocasión de agradecer al Comité Organizador Local. por su colaboración y también deseo transmitir un profundo agradecimiento a nuestro anfitrión. En definitiva. para fomentar formas más abiertas. A través de sus numerosas investigaciones especializadas y proyectos de colaboración. Palermo. así como los Grupos Temáticos y de Trabajo. conjuntamente con Robert Rojek de la editorial SAGE. Esta iniciativa se ha diseñado. cuyas sesiones son la máxima prioridad de este Fórum en Buenos Aires. han organizado treinta sesiones adicionales que amplían nuestro alcance en Latinoamérica. Además. Estas sesiones abarcan una amplia gama de asuntos. La Secretaría de la ISA en Madrid. disfrutar de los desafíos intelectuales que surgen en las reuniones y diálogos internacionales. igualitarias y sostenibles de producción. Este espacio virtual de acceso abierto tiene el potencial de romper las fronteras y ofrecernos mayores posibilidades de compartir nuestra investigación. aprender de los demás. les doy una cálida bienvenida y espero conocer personalmente a muchos de ustedes durante el Fórum. al tiempo que convierta dicha esfera pública en más grande e inclusiva.

et les sociologues latino-américains ont. Le Secrétariat de l’ISA à Madrid. Nous avons ainsi la chance d’avoir le Comité Local d’Organisation qui organise deux importantes séances de Forum ouvert qui mettent spécifiquement l’accent sur la justice sociale et les processus de démocratisation en Amérique latine. nos partenaires chargés de l’organisation de ce Forum au niveau local. susciteront de nouveaux débats. notre pédagogie. « Justice sociale et Démocratisation ». L’Association Latino-Américaine de Sociologie et l’Association Argentine de Sociologie. en accord avec le thème de ce deuxième Forum de l’ISA et au titre de mon engagement en tant que Vice-Présidente de l’ISA à la Recherche. Une part importante de la réussite de ce programme. est destinée à favoriser des formes de production. est le fruit des efforts considérables déployés par les 55 Comités de Recherche et Groupes Thématiques et de Travail de l’ISA. en termes de richesse. nous l’espérons. On le sait. J’ai le grand plaisir de vous informer que. Grâce à leurs différents domaines de spécialité et à leurs efforts de collaboration. Ces séances concernent un large éventail de sujets. nous avons par ailleurs lancé une nouvelle initiative de l’ISA visant à créer un « Espace pour la Justice sociale et la Démocratisation » en libre accès virtuel. Dans les coulisses. ces groupes ont. chers amis. avec plus de 3600 participants venus de 88 pays. nous avons pu voir comment. Ce type d’espace virtuel en accès libre est susceptible d’abolir les frontières et d’élargir nos possibilités de partager au sein de la sphère publique nos recherches. à travers leurs recherches et leur action. Nous avons élaboré un solide programme pour ce deuxième Forum de Sociologie de l’ISA. luttant pour la justice sociale et osant malgré tous les obstacles s’engager sur les voies ardues de la démocratisation. les inégalités sociales et économiques et la sociologie publique. vient particulièrement à propos. dont les séances constituent la toute première priorité de ce Forum de Buenos Aires. égalitaires et durables. c’est pour moi un grand honneur de vous accueillir à ce deuxième Forum de Sociologie de l’ISA à Buenos Aires ! Le thème de notre Forum. politiques et économiques oppressifs. dirigé par Izabela Barlinska (Secrétaire Exécutive). quatre séances plénières ont été spécialement conçues pour nous permettre d’approfondir notre compréhension concernant la justice sociale et la démocratisation. réalisée conjointement avec Robert Rojek (SAGE Publications). il est essentiel pour nous de prendre en considération les multiples manières dont nos recherches. ont également mis en place 30 séances supplémentaires plus centrées sur l’Amérique latine. organisé ensemble plus de 650 séances. d’envergure et de diversité scientifiques. En outre. En tant que sociologues. Au nom de l’Association Internationale de Sociologie.Message de bienvenue du Vice-Présidente du Conseil de la Recherche y Présidente du Forum de l’ISA Chers collègues. Depuis l’année dernière. notre pédagogie. l’Amérique latine a constitué un terrain important pour l’étude de la justice sociale et de la démocratisation. nos orientations et nos pratiques dans le domaine de la sociologie. les questions de genre et les droits de l’homme. qui. Ce Forum constitue pour nous une excellente occasion de jouer un rôle en amont dans la diffusion. sous la houlette de leurs organisateurs respectifs. un travail considérable a été réalisé pour assurer la réussite de ce Forum. dont de nombreuses problématiques et régions spécifiquement axées sur le thème du Forum. dans le monde entier. nos orientations et notre pratique dans le domaine de la sociologie peuvent nous permettre d’aborder de manière approfondie les problèmes complexes et les dilemmes considérables de notre temps. a joué un rôle déterminant à toutes les étapes des préparatifs  19  . des personnes se sont élevées avec un courage sans bornes contre des régimes sociaux. Cette initiative. de diffusion et d’échange des savoirs plus ouvertes. l’échange d’informations et le dialogue à l’échelle internationale qui sont susceptibles de contribuer à un changement en profondeur. été fortement engagés dans les luttes pour la justice sociale et la démocratisation.

Bialakowsky et Alicia I.en vue de ce grand évènement. de nouer de nouvelles amitiés et d’imaginer des stratégies pour le changement social. Alberto L. d’apprécier les nouveaux défis intellectuels qui émergent lors de ces rencontres et débats internationaux. participants à ce congrès qui êtes venus du monde entier. et renforcer les liens entre les sociologues et la sphère publique tout en élargissant et rendant cette dernière plus participative. l’Université de Buenos Aires. Conseil de la Recherche Présidente du Forum de l’ISA  20  . ainsi que le Comité de Coordination de la Recherche et le Comité Exécutif. À chacun de vous. j’espère que ce Forum sur le thème de la justice sociale et de la démocratisation va entraîner un dialogue et un échange d’idées qui vont se poursuivre. Enfin. je vous souhaite chaleureusement la bienvenue et j’espère avoir l’occasion de rencontrer personnellement beaucoup d’entre vous pendant le Forum ! Margaret Abraham Vice-Présidente de l’ISA. pour nous avoir ouvert les portes de cette formidable institution. d’en savoir plus sur les traditions. Je voudrais également profiter de cette occasion pour remercier pour leur collaboration le Comité Local d’Organisation dirigé par ses co-Présidents. mais aussi transmettre ma profonde reconnaissance à notre hôte. d’apprendre les uns des autres. l’histoire et la culture argentines. je souhaite que cette deuxième édition du Forum de l’ISA soit une excellente occasion de partager vos recherches. Encore une fois. ont tous pleinement participé à cette entreprise. Michael Burawoy (Président de l’ISA). Palermo.

Welcome from the Presidents of the Local Organising Committee
Forum, spaces and bridges
The night is falling already at the door … Its brush already makes the air wet And out of it, spring is born. (Tango: Afiches, Author: Homero Expósito ) A quick historical note. A little more than a decade ago, during the crisis experienced in Argentina in 2001, involving the economic collapse, the brutal crisis of the national currency, and of its symbolic value, all taking place in a context of social war, evictions, and impoverishment during that fateful month of December, was one of the greatest fractures ever suffered by our society since the bloody dictatorship (1976-1983). This crisis occurred, much to our surprise, in a time of full democracy, bringing about a restructuring of society, a social bifurcation. Here, there and everywhere, there were warnings accumulating collectively and subjectively. All this to say, dear colleagues from the world over, that in those days of social fragmentation and emergence of the masses, something remarkable happened: civil society came together to create hundreds of “neighborhood forums”; people gathered together to think about a way out towards “change for a livable world”. Within academia, we have often asked ourselves: how can we think collectively in the midst of devastation? In these days we have turned the question around: in the midst of social anomy, is the act of thinking necessary? Yes, it is a necessity, maybe a cultural compulsion. In these times, after the “springs of democratization”, after the renewed mobilizations of the indignados, what seems to be out of the question, is going back to where we were – the leveling which the global systemic subjection imposes becomes geometric, it unfolds of itself. We are gathering in large numbers in Buenos Aires to reflect. It is a consequence, the result of an action, a multiple associative will which realizes itself. The Forum becomes a horizon among our members that expands, recovers and renews itself. Perhaps we are moving towards a reading of the invisible side of our sociological planet, still insufficiently revealed by a sociology that makes itself present. This expansion of horizons is breaking molds, once concentric, once minimalist, once of the elites. The massive attendance opens up a discourse – related to our scientific concerns as well as to the condition of our existence without which there wouldn’t be any science.
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Alberto L. Bialakowsky President of the Local Organising Committee

Alicia I. Palermo President of the AAS Co-President of the Local Organising Committee

The Second ISA Forum brings us together to consider Social Justice and Democratization in our multiplied networks and the specialties of the research committees, in the struggle and in the inter-change of perspectives, and maybe also to share the twists and turns of the collective intellect in which we take part as an audience and as a symposium. You all know, or sense, that we have struggled tirelessly for this meeting to take place. Our passionate fervor allows us to welcome you to the imagined intellectual agora of this ISA Forum

to make of it a praxis, a fraternal bridge, a burst of ideas, a spring from which to drink and make this Forum our Forum, an international brand of creativity. Please let our Buenos Aires be yours. Alberto L. Bialakowsky President of the Local Organising Committee Alicia I. Palermo President of the AAS Co-President of the Local Organising Committee

Bienvenida de los Presidentes del Comité Organizador Local
Fórum, espacios y puentes
Ya cae la noche a la cancel sociedad civil se dio cita para crear cientos de … Ya moja el aire su pincel “fórums barriales”; el pueblo se reunía para peny hace con él la primavera. sar gregariamente una salida hacia “un cambio para un mundo vivible”. (Tango: Afiches, Nos hemos interrogado muchas veces Autor: Homero Expósito ) sociológicamente en la academia sobre este hecho: ¿cómo es posible pensar colectivamente en Pequeña historia. Hace poco más que una dé- medio de la devastación?, y actualmente hemos cada, en la crisis vivida en la Argentina duran- rotado la pregunta: ¿en medio de la anomia sote 2001, el estallido económico, la crisis brutal cial es preciso pensar? Sí, se trata de una necede la moneda y su valor simbólico que dice sidad, quizás de una pulsión cultural. En estos parlamentar temporariamente en medio de la días de hoy, luego de las “primaveras por la deguerra social, el desalojo y el empobrecimien- mocratización”, de las renovadas movilizaciones to, resumían en ese fatídico mes de diciembre de los “indignados”, lo excluido parece, como no una de las fracturas más grandes que acontecía puede ser de otro modo, retornar; lo aplanado en nuestra sociedad desde la cruenta dictadura que impone la sujeción sistémica global cobra (1976-1983); dicha crisis aconteció para nuestro geometría, se despliega. Nos hemos dado cita multitudinariamente asombro en plena democracia o en instancias democráticas. Este deshacimiento marcó una re- en Buenos Aires para reflexionar; se trata de un fundación, una bifurcación social, de allí hasta efecto, del resultado de una acción, una voluntad aquí la orilla se llenó de alertas que fueron acu- asociativa múltiple que se realiza, el Fórum se torna un horizonte al interior de nuestras memmuladas colectiva y subjetivamente. Sea esta diminuta crónica, para decirles bresías y se expande, se recupera y se renueva. queridas y queridos colegas del orbe, que en Quizás estamos transitando una lectura del lado aquellos días de fragmentación social, estalli- no visible de nuestro planeta sociológico, aún do de multitudes, ocurrió un hecho singular: la insuficientemente descubierto de una sociología
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presencial. Este oleaje va rompiendo moldes, otrora concéntricos, otrora minimalistas, otrora de élites. La presencia masiva inaugura un discurso, se trata por cierto de nuestros contenidos científicos, se trata también de la condición de nuestra presencia sin la cual la ciencia no existe. Los temas del II ISA Fórum que nos convocan sobre Justicia Social y Democratización nos aguardan reticulares multiplicados en las especialidades de los comités de investigación, en la lucha y en el inter-cambio de perspectivas, quizás también para coincidir en las transversales del intelecto colectivo que protagonizamos como concurrencia y simposio. Todas y todos saben, o intuyen, que hemos luchado denodadamente para encontrarnos,

nuestro fervor casi apasionado es darles la ¡Bienvenida! a este ágora intelectual imaginada del Fórum ISA para hacerlo praxis, puente fraternal, como estallido del pensamiento, como fuente para abrevar-nos y hacer de este nuestro Fórum, una marca orbital de creatividad. Por favor, hagan suya y propia nuestra Buenos Aires. Alberto L. Bialakowsky Presidente del Comité Organizador Local Alicia I. Palermo Presidenta de la AAS Copresidenta del Comité Organizador Local

Message de bienvenue des Présidents du Comité Organisateur Local
Forum, espaces et ponts
Après ce très bref rappel, chers Déjà la nuit tombe dehors … Déjà son pinceau mouille l’air collègues venus du monde entier, je voudrais Et en fait le printemps. vous dire qu’en ces temps de fragmentation sociale, d’explosion des masses, il est arrivé (Tango: Afiches, quelque chose de singulier : la société civile Auteur: Homero Expósito ) s’est rassemblée pour créer des centaines de «forums de quartier» ; le peuple s’est réuni pour Un peu d’histoire. Il y a un peu plus de dix ans, tenter de trouver, ensemble, une issue vers «un pendant la crise qu’a subie l’Argentine en 2001, changement pour un monde vivable». Dans les milieux universitaires, nous l’effondrement économique, la crise brutale de la devise nationale et sa valeur symbolique en nous sommes souvent interrogés là-dessus en plein milieu d’une guerre sociale, les expulsions termes sociologiques : Comment est-il possible et l’appauvrissement, résumaient, en ce mois de penser collectivement au milieu de la fatidique de décembre, ce qui a constitué l’une dévastation ? Et nous avons aujourd’hui retourné des fractures les plus importantes de notre société la question : dans un contexte d’anomie sociale, depuis la sanglante dictature (1976-1983). À est-il nécessaire de penser ? Oui, il s’agit d’une notre grand étonnement, cette crise est intervenue nécessité, peut-être d’une pulsion culturelle. en pleine démocratie ou période démocratique. Ces temps-ci, suite aux « printemps pour la Cet effondrement a été le point de départ d’une démocratisation », aux mobilisations renouvelées refondation, d’un tournant social. Partout, on a des « indignés », ce qui semble exclu – et il ne entendu des signaux d’alarme qui s’accumulaient pourrait pas en être autrement – c’est de revenir collectivement et subjectivement. en arrière ; le nivellement que l’assujettissement
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systémique mondial impose devient géométrique, il se déploie. Nous nous sommes donné rendez-vous en masse à Buenos Aires, pour réfléchir ; il s’agit d’une conséquence, du résultat d’une action, une volonté associative multiple qui se réalise. Le Forum devient un horizon pour nos membres, et il s’étend, se reconstitue et se renouvelle. Il se peut que nous soyons en train de nous diriger vers une lecture du côté non visible de notre planète sociologique, encore insuffisamment exploré par une sociologie qui observe. Cette vague est en train de briser des moules, jadis concentriques, jadis minimalistes, jadis propres à des élites. La participation massive annonce un discours où il sera d’ailleurs question de nos contenus scientifiques, et aussi de la condition de notre présence sans laquelle la science n’existe pas. Les thèmes du IIe Forum de l’ISA qui nous réunissent ici pour parler de justice sociale et de démocratisation figurent des réseaux multiples dans les différentes spécialités des comités de

recherche, dans la lutte et l’échange de points de vue, peut-être aussi pour se retrouver sur les chemins de traverse de l’intellect collectif dont nous sommes les protagonistes en tant qu’assistance et que symposium. Nous savons tous, ou en avons l’intuition, qu’il a fallu se battre inlassablement pour organiser cette rencontre. Et c’est avec beaucoup de ferveur que nous vous souhaitons la bienvenue à cette agora intellectuelle qu’est le Forum de l’ISA, pour en faire une praxis, un pont fraternel, telle une explosion de la pensée, telle une source où boire abondamment, et faire de ce Forum votre Forum, une marque de créativité qui rayonne à l’échelle internationale. Que notre ville de Buenos Aires soit la vôtre. Alberto L. Bialakowsky Président du Comité Organisateur Local Alicia I. Palermo Présidente de l'AAS Coprésidente du Comité Organisateur Local

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Forum Organization
Executive Committee of the International Sociological Association 2010-2014
President Michael BURAWOY University of California, Berkeley, USA Vice-President Research Council Margaret ABRAHAM Hofstra University, USA Vice-President National Associations Tina UYS University of Johannesburg, South Africa Vice-President Programme Raquel SOSA ELÍZAGA Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico Vice-President Publications Jennifer PLATT University of Sussex, United Kingdom Vice-President Finance and Membership Robert VAN KRIEKEN University of Sydney, Australia Members of the Executive Committee Louis CHAUVEL Sciences-Po University Paris, France Dilek CINDOGLU Bilkent University, Turkey Tom DWYER University of Campinas, Brazil Jan Marie FRITZ University of Cincinnati, USA Sari HANAFI American University of Beirut, Lebanon Jaime JIMÉNEZ Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico Habibul KHONDKER Zayed University, United Arab Emirates Simon MAPADIMENG North-West University, South Africa Ishwar MODI International Institute of Social Sciences, India Nikita POKROVSKY Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia Emma PORIO Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines Yoshimichi SATO Tohoku University, Japan Vineeta SINHA National University, Singapore Benjamin TEJERINA University of the Basque Country, Spain Chin-Chun YI Academia Sinica, Taiwan Elena ZDRAVOMYSLOVA European University St. Petersburg, Russia Executive Secretary Izabela BARLINSKA Poland
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Second ISA Forum Scientific Committee
President Margaret ABRAHAM Hofstra University, USA Vice-Presidents Alberto L. BIALAKOWSKY Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Michael BURAWOY University of California, Berkeley, USA Alicia I. PALERMO Universidad Nacional de Luján, Argentina Executive Secretary Izabela BARLINSKA International Sociological Association Members Representatives of the International Sociological Association Louis CHAUVEL Sciences-Po University Paris, France Dilek CINDOGLU Bilkent University, Turkey Tom DWYER University of Campinas, Brazil Jan M. FRITZ University of Cincinnati, USA Sari HANAFI American University of Beirut, Lebanon Jaime JIMENEZ Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico Habibul KHONDEKER Zayed University, United Arab Emirates Mokong Simon MAPADIMENG the National Arts Council, South Africa Ishwar MODI International Institute of Social Sciences, India Jennifer PLATT University of Sussex, United Kingdom Nikita POKROVSKY Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia Emma PORIO Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines Yoshimichi SATO Tohoku University, Japan Vineeta SINHA National University of Singapore Raquel SOSA ELÍZAGA Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico Benjamin TEJERINA University of the Basque Country, Spain Tina UYS University of Johannesburg, South Africa Robert VAN KRIEKEN University of Sydney, Australia Chin-Chun YI Academia Sinica, Taiwan Elena ZDRAVOMYSLOVA European University St. Petersburg, Russia Representatives of the Argentinean Sociological Association and of the Latin-American Sociological Association Eduardo AQUEVEDO SOTO Universidad de Valparaíso, Chile Dora BARRANCOS Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, Argentina Daniel CAMACHO MONGE Universidad de Costa Rica Emilio de IPOLA Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Theotonio DOS SANTOS Unesco, Brazil Marco A. GANDASEGUI Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos Justo Arosemena, Panama

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Pablo GENTILI CLACSO, Argentina Liliana GASTRON Universidad Nacional de Luján, Argentina Inés IZAGUIRRE Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Paulo H. MARTINS Universidad Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil Miguel MURMIS Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, Argentina Jaime PRECIADO CORONADO Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico

Aníbal QUIJANO Universidad Ricardo Palma, Perú Emir SADER CLACSO, Brazil Raquel SOSA ELÍZAGA Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México José Vicente TAVARES DOS SANTOS Universidad Federal de Rio Grande Do Sul, Brazil

Local Organizing Committee
Local Organizing Institutions Asociación Latinoamericana de Sociología Asociación Argentina de Sociología Local Organizing Committee President Alberto Leonardo BIALAKOWSKY ALAS, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Co-President Alicia I. PALERMO AAS, Universidad Nacional de Luján, Argentina Vice-Presidents Alberto Edgardo BARBIERI Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Sergio CALETTI Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Mónica PINTO Facultad de Derecho, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Honorary Vice-president Paulo Henrique MARTINS ALAS, Universidad Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil Members General Coordinators Alcira DAROQUI Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Silvia LAGO MARTÍNEZ Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Federico SCHUSTER Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Venues Coordinators Beatriz WEHLE Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Ana J. ARIAS Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Adriana CLEMENTE Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Andrea GASTRÓN Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Research Committees’ Hosts Coordinator Gloria LYNCH Universidad Nacional de Luján, Argentina Book Exhibition Coordinator Marcelo LANGIERI Universidad de Buenos Aires, CLACSO Cultural Events Clara BRAVIN Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Coordination with Universities Graciela COUSINET Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina Ana María PÉREZ Universidad Nacional del Nordeste, Argentina

Juan PIOVANI Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina Norberto ROCHA Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Argentina Adriana ZAFFARONI Universidad Nacional de Salta, Argentina Scientific Committee Support Néstor COHEN Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Marcelo LANGIERI Universidad de Buenos Aires, CLACSO Carolina MERA Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Julián REBÓN Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Adrián SCRIBANO Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina

Local hosts
RC02 Ariel WILKIS Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina RC03 Debora LACASA Universidad Nacional de Luján, Argentina RC04 Eduardo LANGER Asociación Argentina de Sociologia and Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina RC05 Anahí GONZÁLEZ Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina RC07 María Ana GONZÁLEZ Universidad Nacional de Luján, Argentina RC09 Mercedes KRAUSE Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina RC10 Denise KASPARIAN Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina RC11 Adriana FASSIO Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina RC12 Andrea GASTRÓN Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina RC13 Lía FERRERO Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina RC14 Ana MAROTÍAS Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina RC15 Ana DURO Asociación Argentina de Sociología, Argentina RC17 Bernardo MARESCA Asociación Argentina de Sociología, Argentina RC18 Jaquelina ANAPO Asociación Argentina de Sociología, Argentina

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Argentina RC41 Nicolás SACCO Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina RC55 Florencia CHAHBENDERIAN Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina RC48 Melina VÁZQUEZ Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina RC42 Mónica CASTRO Universidad Nacional de Luján. Argentina TG06 Juan FERENAZ Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina RC31 Bernardo MARESCA Asociación Argentina de Sociología.RC19 Mónica CLOT Asociación Argentina de Sociología and Universidad de Buenos Aires. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina RC24 Melina TOBIAS Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina RC46 Sebastián CARRANO CEIL CONICET. Argentina WG02 Verónica GIORDANO Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina RC44 Cecilia María LUSNICH Universidad de Buenos Aires. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina RC49 Eugenia BIANCHI Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Argentina TG05 Syd KROCHMALNY Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina RC20 Gabriel NARDACCHIONE CONICET and Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Argentina RC21 Soledad ARQUEROS CONICET. Argentina RC32 Delia FRANCO Argentina RC33 Gabriela ORLANDO Universidad Nacional de Luján. Argentina RC37 Claudia FIDANZA Universidad Nacional de Luján. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina RC47 Candela HERNÁNDEZ Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina TG03 Silvia GUEMUREMAN Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina RC52 Gabriela PLOTNO CONICET. Argentina RC45 Carolina NAJMÍAS Becaria CONICET. Argentina RC51 Joaquín ZAJAC Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina TG07 Gabriel GIANNONE CONICET. Argentina RC25 Claudia FIDANZA Universidad Nacional de Luján. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina TG04 Héctor POGGIESE FLACSO. Argentina RC30 Javier HERMO Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina RC38 Betina FREIDIN CONICET. Argentina RC26 Marilina WINIKS Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina RC35 Ana GRONDONA Argentina RC36 Guadalupe ROMERO and Pilar FIUZA Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina RC43 Cecilia ZAPATA Becaria CONICET. Argentina WG05 Dan ADASZKO Universidad Católica ODSA. Argentina RC54 Victoria D'HERS Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Argentina RC29 Mariano Hernán GUTIÉRREZ Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Argentina WG01 Sebastián PEREYRA CONICET and Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Argentina RC22 María Cecilia GALERA Argentina RC23 Mariana VERSINO Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Argentina RC34 Pablo VOMMARO CLACSO. Argentina RC53 Valeria LLOBET Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Argentina  29  .

including Saturdays and Sundays. Please do not accept street exchange proposals. Banks open weekdays only from 10 am to 3 pm. must keep the payment slips to submit them at the Customs Offices before boarding. Florida 15.  30  .com> Currency and Foreign Exchange AR$ The Argentinian currency is the peso. Shopping centers are open daily from 10 am to 10 pm. Buenos Aires. For update on exchange rates please visit <www. Phone: (54 11) 4342 7561/2413 or (54 11) 4343 0932 <www. Voltage  The electrical supply in Argentina is 220 volts. stores and restaurants. 4th floor. Mobile phones Many mobile phone companies provide international coverage but be aware that international fares may apply. Major credit cards are accepted in most hotels. Tips  Service in restaurants is not included in the bill and a 10% tip is suggested. Tax Refund $ The prevailing rate of VAT in Argentina is 21% and is included in retail prices. 50 Hz.globalrefund.com> <infocenter@ar. local fares will apply. Traveler’s checks are almost exclusively exchanged at hotels and banks. $ Cash machines (ATM ) are common and accept major credit cards. Foreign tourists who may have bought items in the country for an amount exceeding AR$ 70 in stores participating in the Tax Refund system (identified with a logo). If you choose to do this. If you have a tri-band cellphone.globalrefund. Shopping Shops are open from 10 am to 7 pm from Monday to Friday and from 9 am to 1 pm on Saturdays. you will be able to buy in Buenos Aires a new SIM card (around USD 10 ) and receive a new local cellphone number.General information Emergency numbers in Buenos Aires    Fire Brigade: 100 Police Station: 101/911 Medical Emergency (SAME): 107 For more information. Banks and exchange agencies provide currency exchange.A. please contact: Global Refund Argentina S.com>. The amount of the refund corresponds to the VAT charge (21%) minus any administrative charge.oanda.

Limo services. have become popular in recent years. Phone: (54 11) 4302 7816 access of taxis to the city airports and other major destinations. Email: turista@policiafederal. Monday . each one managed by an individual company. known as remises. Their frequency makes them equal to the subway systems of other cities. loss. Information is available in English. you suffer some kind of abuse or discrimination. but buses cover a far wider area than the subway.Friday. Taxi drivers are known for trying to take advantage of tourists.org. petty crime. brochures) and useful information to move around the city. These compete with each other. You can also receive help in case of extraordinary procedures with embassies and consulates. It also works on crime prevention. Ukrainian and Japanese. Phone: (54 11) 4323 8001  License controls are not enforced rigorously. in the neighborhood of La Boca ). is a high-yield system providing access to various parts of the city.ar> Tourist police station headquarters receive any formal complaints from tourists in cases of offense.ar REMIS World Car: Phone: (54 11) 5480 1215 <www. during your visit. Pedro de Mendoza 1835 (close to Benito Quinquela Martin Museum. please contact the Tourist Ombudsman.ar Buses Taxis and Remises Black-and-yellow city taxis depend on Buenos Aires City Government. from “subterráneo” meaning underground or subway).com> <reservas@worldcar-sa. . theft. They are run by private companies: Ave.Tourist information Tourist Information Centers provide all kinds of printed material (maps. The Buenos Aires underground has six lines which also have links to the commuter rail system. Fares are cheaper than that of city buses. There have been numerous reports of organized crime controlling the  31  There are over 150 city bus lines called colectivos. If. French.gov. guidebooks. Address: Avenida Corrientes 436 Phone: 0800 999 5000 (54 11) 4346 5748 Public transportation system Subway The Buenos Aires subway (locally known as subte.com. Italian. 10 am – 5 pm Email: turista@defensoria. and attract exceptionally high use with virtually no public financial support. Portuguese.worldcar-sa. etc.com> REMIS Vip Cars Sales Points Phone: (54 11) 5480 4590 (54 11) 5480 4594 Tourist police station  REMIS Manuel Tienda León Sales Phone: (5411) 4314 3636 (5411) 4315 5115 <informes@tiendaleon.

July 31 Wednesday. usually no further than four blocks from commuters’ residences. August 3 Saturday. Secretariat are located in the Faculty of Economics of the University of Buenos Aires. Address: Avenida Córdoba 2122. August 4 9 am – 8 pm 8 am – 6 pm 8 am – 6 pm 8 am – 3 pm 8 am – 3 pm Opening Ceremony and Reception The Opening Ceremony will take place on Wednesday. Colectivos do not have a fixed timetable. July 31 at 9 am. August 1 from 4:15 pm to 5:45 pm at the Assembly Hall of the Faculty of Economics. Tuesday. August 4 All delegates are invited to join for an evening of entertainment. depending on the bus line and time of the day. but run from four to six per hour. you will have to pay by credit card in order to be able to attend the conference. The Reception will take place from 8:15 pm to 9:45 pm in the Patio Uriburu of the Faculty of Economics. Please note that if we have not received your payment beforehand. all delegates are requested to wear or bring their badge during all the congress activities. August 2 Friday. Badges Each delegate will receive a name badge upon registration. the colectivo is the most popular means of transport to move around the city. Party. Book Exhibition book exhibition is located in the  The Patio Uriburu of the Faculty of Economics and will be open for the duration of the congress. Finger food and drinks will be served. With inexpensive tickets and extensive routes. The ticket is sold on the bus and only coins are accepted. For security reasons. You will have the opportunity to mingle and party with colleagues from all over the world at  32  . Registration Information  The Registration Desk and Conference Certificates Conference certificates will be available at the Registration Desk. August 1 Thursday. Registration Desk Opening Hours On-site registration starts on Tuesday.

nor for loss of. 1 glass of wine (paid bar service available) Disclaimer  Technical Information The Organizing Committee and the International Sociological Association accept no liability for any injuries/ losses incurred by participants and/ or accompanying persons. Buenos Aires. travel and cancellation as the Congress does not cover individuals against cancellation of bookings. and vegetable pies) Main Course: pizzas (mozzarella. napolitana. or damage to. address: Sarmiento 1272. theft or damage to belongings. empanadas (beef. Price per person is USD 30 and includes: Starters: sandwiches. Delegates are advised to take out their own insurance to cover personal belongings. � A projector and a laptop will be available in all lecture halls for PowerPoint presentations. any luggage and/or personal belongings. Internet access in lecture halls is not available.Salones Buen Aire. fugazzetta) Dessert: ice creams Drinks: soda and mineral water. eggplant. ham and cheese.  33  .

Dean. Argentina Orchestra Orquesta Infanto-Juvenil de Florencio Varela Director: Osvaldo AGUILERA Programa Socioeducativo del Minsterio de Educación de La Nación  35  . Argentina Sergio CALETTI. LOC President Alicia I. ISA President Margaret ABRAHAM. BIALAKOWSKY. Faculty of Economics and Vice-Rector. University of Buenos Aires. Faculty of Social Sciences. University of Buenos Aires. Latin-American Sociological Association University of Buenos Aires Representatives Alberto Edgardo BARBIERI.Opening Ceremony International Sociological Association Michael BURAWOY. LOC Co-President and President. President. Argentinian Sociological Association Paulo Henrique MARTINS. ISA Vice President Research and Forum President: Opening Address: Making a Difference: Sociology. Social Justice and Democratization in the 21st Century Local Organizing Committee Alberto L. PALERMO. Dean.

Programme Structure July 09:00-10:30 10:45-12:15 12:30-14:00 Tuesday 31 Registration August Wednesday 1 Thursday 2 Friday 3 RC ~ WG ~ TG RC ~ WG ~ TG RC ~ WG ~ TG RC ~ WG ~ TG RC ~ WG ~ TG RC ~ WG ~ TG RC ~ WG ~ TG RC ~ WG ~ TG RC ~ WG ~ TG RC ~ WG ~ TG Saturday 4 Research Council Business Meeting 2 RC ~ WG ~ TG RC ~ WG ~ TG  36  .

14:30-16:00 16:15-17:45 Research Council Business Meeting 1 Meet ISA Editors & Journals 18:15-19:45 20:15-21:45 Registration Registration RC ~ WG ~ TG RC ~ WG ~ TG RC ~ WG ~ TG Opening Ceremony RC ~ WG ~ TG Roundtable Junior/ Senior Scholars Opening Plenary Session Plenary Session Plenary Session Welcome Reception Open Forum Open Forum RC ~ WG ~ TG RC ~ WG ~ TG Clossing Plenary Session Party RC = Research Committees WG = Working Groups TG = Thematic Groups  37  .

17:45 Session Other Activities Other Activities 2 3 Room 4 ID 1 2 Title Meet ISA Editors & Journals Research Council Business Meeting .Anfiteatro {NB} = New Building .Timetables July SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 29 30 31 1 16:15 .Nuevo edificio {OB} = Old Building .Salón de Actos APT = Amphitheatre .Viejo edificio  38  .Part I APT 10 {OB} 450 {NB} AH = Assembly Hall .

gestión y ética Alienation Theory Revisited.10:30 Session ALAS AAS Sessions RC36 Alienation Theory and Research RC25 Language and Society RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences RC53 Sociology of Childhood RC07 Futures Research RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis RC11 Sociology of Aging RC20 Comparative Sociology RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology 2 Room APT 212 {OB} 452 {NB} 32 {OB} 462 {NB} 444 {NB} APT 16 {OB} 443 {NB} 440 {NB} 458 {NB} APT 120 {OB} 3 Chair 4 ID 3 4 Title Additional Session 1 .Educación. Society and Exclusions. Part I Devorah Kalekin-Fishman Sergey Ryazantsev Claudia Malacrida 5 6 Analyzing Racist Discourses Body in Culture and Society: Embodiment. Part I-A in English Citizenship and Experiences of Participation / Ciudadanía y Experiencias de Participación Community: A Key Sociological Concept 7 8 Edgardo Lander 9 Victoria Haidar 10 11 12 Connecting Generations: Societal Policies and Family Relations Cultural Changes and Values in Comparative Perspective Democracy and Surveillance Technologies: Relationships between Global South and Global North Susan McDaniel  39  . Theory and Practice Children.August SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 29 30 31 1 09:00 .

10:30 Session RC32 Women in Society RC31 Sociology of Migration RC43 Housing and Built Environment RC14 Sociology of Communication. New Work Division and New Skills. Part I Room 446 {NB} 307 {OB} 469 {NB} 450 {NB} Chair 14 15 16 Raul-Enrique Rojo 17 432 {NB} APT 110 {OB} 412 {NB} 23 {OB} 29 {OB} 448 {NB} 38 {OB} Reinhold Kilian 18 19 20 21 22 23 María Jesús Rodríguez García Heinz-Herbert Noll Ani Wierenga 24 17 {OB} RC18 Political Sociology RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups 25 460 {NB} 434 {NB} Mike Saks 26  40  . Latin America Imaginaires Démocratiques Contemporains Co-Organized with AISLF GT12 Socio-anthropologie Politique Involuntary Psychiatric Treatment and the Misuse of Psychiatric Institutions as Instruments of Political Oppression Leisure and Tourism: Social and Environmental Concerns. Citizenship. Part I Local Institutions/Global Frames: Dynamics of Durability and Transformation Measuring and Monitoring Social Progress I Migrant Workers. Work and Gender Equality: A Comparative and Cross-Cultural Perspective Disasters and Social Justice for Migrants Housing Markets: Comparative. Labour Unions and Collective Protests New Alliances among the Young: Political Action. Part I: Comparative Analysis of the Practices of Work and Management of Employment Politics of Community and Community Development in the South: An Epistemological Engagement Professions and Democracy. Knowledge and Culture RC49 Mental Health and Illness RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC03 Community Research RC55 Social Indicators RC44 Labor Movements RC34 Sociology of Youth RC48 Social Movements. and Engagement New Trends and Theoretical Approach in the Field of Social Mobilizations and Social Change New Work Organization.09:00 . Collective Actions and Social Change RC30 Sociology of Work ID 13 Title Democracy.

Felipe Gaytan Alcala Peter Ratcliffe 37 Habibul H. Part II RC33 Round Table: Epistemology and Research Design RC33 Round Table: Process-Oriented Methodology and Theories in Historical and Comparative Sociology. Part III 28 {OB} 35 36 Religion and the Challenges of the Contemporary World Researching Racism and Nationalism in an Increasingly Challenging Academic Environment Social Change. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology Round Table Session: Logic and methodology in sociology RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology Round Table Session: Logic and methodology in sociology RC22 Sociology of Religion RC05 Racism.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 09:00 . Part I RC10 Round Table: Social justice and participation: The role of higher education.10:30 Session RC10 Round Table: Social justice and participation: The role of higher education. Part II 22 {OB} 33 {OB} 27 {OB} 32 33 34 RC33 Round Table: Qualitative Methods in the Sociology of Religion. New Technology and Democratization in the Middle East and North Africa Region Social Justice. Democratization and Environmental Sociology 414 {NB} 454 {NB} 464 {NB} Hugo Jose Suarez. Khondker 38 303 {OB} Mikael Klintman  41  . Part I RC04 Sociology of Education RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC24 Environment and Society 2 Title 3 4 Room 25 {OB} ID 27 Chair RC10 RC04 Part I: Round Table 1 Stakeholders in School and Work 28 RC10 RC04 Part I: Round Table 2 Participation and Citizenship 26 {OB} 29 30 RC10 RC04 Part I: Round Table 3 Expansion of Opportunities RC19 Business Meeting 26 {OB} APT 210 {OB} 31 RC33 Round Table: Empirical Methods in Aging Research.

Media Movements and Politics of Social Justice Modernizations and Modernities in Global Contexts: South-South Dialogues Suzanne Vaughan 10:45 .10:30 Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC19 Sociology of Poverty.based Inequalities: Recent Research and Challenges Alienation Theory Revisited. Sociological Practice RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements ID 46 47 48 49 Title Additional Session 2 .and Gender.09:00 .12:15 Session ALAS AAS Sessions RC41 Sociology of Population RC11 Sociology of Aging RC36 Alienation Theory and Research RC37 Sociology of Arts RC26 Sociotechnics. Part II Room APT 212 {OB} 468 {NB} 440 {NB} 452 {NB} 466 {NB} 442 {NB} 302 {OB} Chair Maria Guadalupe Vega-Lopez Julie McMullin 50 51 Analyzing Art Works as a Way to Social Knowledge. Cultural Citizenship and Sustainability: Human Networks in Action Bridging sociologies. Part I Borders. Globalisation. Part I Towards Better Healthcare for All: What Matters in the Transformation of Healthcare Systems and Policy. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC21 Regional and Urban Development TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty TG06 Institutional Ethnography WG05 Famine and Society WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology ID 39 40 Title The Role of Professional Ethics in Promoting Social Compromise. cosmopolitanism and the individual Arturo Rodriguez Morato 52 Henri lustiger Thaler  42  . Part I Room APT 10 {OB} 438 {NB} Chair Anita Hirsch Adler 41 301 {OB} 309 {OB} 306 {OB} 34 {OB} 31 {OB} Patrick Brown 42 43 44 45 Social Justice and Institutional Ethnography Civic Space. Part I Urban Studies and the Challenge of Travelling Concepts and Comparative Methods Risk and Health/Illness.Derecho y la política Demographic challenges in societies Age.

society and exclusions. perceptions and experiences Innovative approaches to informal work Leisure in turbulent times (Presidential Session of ISA RC13) Measuring and Monitoring Social Progress II Migration of labour and human rights issues: Reflections on global context 458 {NB} 450 {NB} Jean-Pascal Daloz Lise Demailly 59 60 32 {OB} 432 {NB} 443 {NB} 413 {NB} 410 {NB} 438 {NB} 29 {OB} APT 10 {OB} 23 {OB} 307 {OB} German Fernandez Vavrik Bronwen Lichtenstein 61 Oliver Kozlarek 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 Ishwar Modi Robert Bijl Smita Verma  43  . Part I-B in English Comparative Housing Policy 55 56 Comparative Legal Culture Creativity. Knowledge and Culture RC25 Language and Society RC49 Mental Health and Illness RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis RC46 Clinical Sociology RC02 Economy and Society RC15 Sociology of Health RC44 Labor Movements RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC55 Social Indicators RC31 Sociology of Migration 2 Title 3 4 Room 444 {NB} 469 {NB} 457 {NB} 38 {OB} Marina Kurkchiyan Helena Flam ID 53 54 Chair Children. Collective Actions and Social Change RC20 Comparative Sociology RC14 Sociology of Communication.12:15 Session RC53 Sociology of Childhood RC43 Housing and Built Environment RC12 Sociology of Law RC48 Social Movements.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 10:45 . emotion and risk 57 58 Current research in comparative Sociology Discours a propos de la democratie Session co-organized with AISLF GT21 Socio-anthropologie Politique Discourse & Identity Distinguished Speaker Panel: Emerging Issues in the Sociology of Mental Health Epistemological challenges presented by the experience of modernity in nonWestern contexts 1 Essentials of Community Intervention Global Stratification Health care choice: Discourses.

Social Welfare and Social Policy RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups RC34 Sociology of Youth Round Table Session 1: Youth and work in a globalized world RC34 Sociology of Youth ID 69 Title New work in the study of science.12:15 Session RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC24 Environment and Society RC10 Participation. Part I Room APT 120 {OB} 303 {OB} 456 {NB} Chair Ralph Matthews 70 71 Ritsuko Ozaki 72 73 Political Inequality Outside of the West. representaciones sociales y sentidos del trabajo / Subjectivities. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management RC18 Political Sociology RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Technology and knowledge Nuclear power. risk and climate change Participation and its relationship to social justice and democracy.10:45 . labour representations and meanings Religion and the rights of social minorities 76 25 {OB} RC34 Sociology of Youth Round Table Session 1: Youth and work in a globalized world RC34 Sociology of Youth Round Table Session 1: Youth and work in a globalized world RC34 Sociology of Youth 77 26 {OB} 78 26 {OB} 79 33 {OB} RC22 Sociology of Religion 80 414 {NB}  44  . Part I Poverty and social policy in Latin America 460 {NB} APT 210 {OB} Jennifer Pribble 74 Professional competence and careers 434 {NB} 22 {OB} Christine Harrington 75 RC34 Round Table: Desigualdades y precariedades en las trayectorias laborales / Inequalities and precariousness in employment trajectories RC34 Round Table: Efectos de las características y cambios de la economía sobre el empleo juvenil / Effects of economy changes on youth employment RC34 Round Table: Nuevos fenómenos laborales en un mundo globalizado / New labour phenomena in a globalized world RC34 Round Table: Políticas de formación laboral y de empleo juvenil / Youth employment and training policies RC34 Round Table: Subjetividades.

Marginalization and Racism. communication and cultural practices on the social web and abroad Urban outskirts: Renewed conflicts in a comparative perspective What Makes an Organization 84 85 RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC17 Sociology of Organization RC38 Biography and Society RC32 Women in Society TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty TG06 Institutional Ethnography TG05 Visual Sociology WG05 Famine and Society RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology 86 87 88 89 Where Are You From? Experiences of Exclusion. Part I. Part I Women. violence and social justice. Part III The body in network society: Memory. Human Rights and the Well-Being of NonCitizens: New Boundaries of Citizenship and Belonging.12:15 Session RC45 Rational Choice RC42 Social Psychology RC29 Deviance and Social Control RC07 Futures Research RC51 Sociocybernetics 2 Title 3 4 Room 453 {NB} 19 {OB} 459 {NB} APT 16 {OB} 304 {OB} 462 {NB} 301 {OB} 433 {NB} 454 {NB} 446 {NB} 305 {OB} 309 {OB} 306 {OB} 430 {NB} 34 {OB} 31 {OB} Fumiya Onaka Helma Lutz Celi Scalon ID 81 82 83 Chair Social capital: Current research on the construction of social capital Social Justice and Democratization Social justice and Democratization: Diffuse Violence and Social Control Social Justice. Food Insecurity and Malnutrition Process-Oriented Methodology and Theories in Historical and Comparative Sociology Liza McCoy Regev Nathansohn  45  . Part I Risk and Health/Illness. Equality and Participation Systemic perspective to think knowledge and cultural management development. Part II 90 91 Evangelia Tastsoglou Claudia Tazreiter 92 Martyn Chamberlain 93 94 95 96 The Social Organization of Knowledge. Part I Visual Sociology as/of Activism for Social Justice Climate Change.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 10:45 .

Sociological Practice RC53 Sociology of Childhood RC48 Social Movements. Schulz. William Carroll Seung Kuk Kim 103 104 105 Ling-Yun Tang 106 107 108 Biography and Ethnography Caring for older adults with dementia Cellular globalization: Social theory as projected on applied Sociology Children’s rights and social justice Collective action and the rebirth of social movements for social and economic justice in Chile: causes.12:30 . choices. emotions and spatial cognition in the information society (In)justice and inequalities in a globalized (democratic) world Actors. (il)legitimacy and consecration processes? I Beyond risk: Governing unknowns Room APT 212 {OB} 462 {NB} 19 {OB} 453 {NB} 452 {NB} APT 16 {OB} 302 {OB} 466 {NB} APT 120 {OB} 436 {NB} 440 {NB} 442 {NB} 444 {NB} 38 {OB} Chair Bianca Maria Pirani 99 100 101 102 Markus S.Derecho.14:00 Session ALAS AAS Sessions RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences RC42 Social Psychology RC45 Rational Choice RC36 Alienation Theory and Research RC07 Futures Research RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements RC37 Sociology of Arts RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC38 Biography and Society RC11 Sociology of Aging RC26 Sociotechnics. culture and morality Andreas Oskar Kempf Kate O’Loughlin Nikita Pokrovsky 109 110 Francisco Baez Urbina 111 112 413 {NB} 458 {NB}  46  . Collective Actions and Social Change RC46 Clinical Sociology RC20 Comparative Sociology ID 97 98 Title Additional Session 3 . cultura y migración Body. and rationality in the Global South Agency and empowerment in the life world Alternatives to neoliberal globalization: Comparing counter-hegemonic projects Part I Anti-nuclear movements after Fukushima disaster Art. demands and result in a global world Community Development and Social Justice Comparative studies of historical and contemporary civilising and decivilising shifts in politics.

Part I 2 Title 3 4 Room 468 {NB} 454 {NB} 32 {OB} 24 {OB} 303 {OB} 433 {NB} 448 {NB} 17 {OB} 457 {NB} APT 110 {OB} APT 210 {OB} Susana Novick Pedro Nunez.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 12:30 . Knowledge. and socio-technical risks Globalisation and its impacts on professions and organisations Itinerary of research on youth studies in Argentina: Key analysis. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC31 Sociology of Migration RC18 Political Sociology RC02 Economy and Society RC32 Women in Society Round Table Session: Women. reclamos y alternativas Law and migration Leisure. natural disasters. urbanization. perspectives and interdisciplinary views La crisis del trabajo y políticas de vida digna: Diagnósticos. social justice and democratization. Ecology RC32 Round Table: Challenging gendered spaces and categories 307 {OB} 460 {NB} 410 {NB} 22 {OB}  47  . migration and ethnic relations Models of social assistance in Latin America 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 Out of Place Emotions: managing emotions from a distance Party Members and Activists in Latin America Political Economy. Carles Feixa Matthias Gross Nira Yuval-Davis ID 113 114 Chair Current issues in population and social justice Diaspora and ethno-national conflict 115 116 Discourses of Exclusion and Resistance Empirical Methods in Aging Research 1 Viviane Resende 117 118 Environmental problems.14:00 Session RC41 Sociology of Population RC05 Racism. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC25 Language and Society RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology RC24 Environment and Society RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups RC34 Sociology of Youth RC30 Sociology of Work RC12 Sociology of Law RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC19 Sociology of Poverty.

social justice and democratization.14:00 Session RC32 Women in Society RC32 Women in Society RC32 Women in Society Round Table Session: Women. social control and deviance The role of professional ethics in promoting social compromise. Part II The transformation of lives: Making up people through biotechnologies 443 {NB} 304 {OB} 459 {NB} APT 10 {OB} 438 {NB} Daniela Lopez 137 RC29 Deviance and Social Control RC04 Sociology of Education RC15 Sociology of Health 138 139 140 Maria Ligia De Olivera Barbosa  48  . Part I RC32 Women in Society Round Table Session: Women. social inequalities.12:30 . social justice and democratization. welfare & economic (re) structuring 33 {OB} 132 133 134 Religious pluralism and struggle for justice in secular democracies Social Indicator Databases Social participation and the economic and social crisis 414 {NB} 23 {OB} 456 {NB} 135 Socio-political orders beside the state or the limits of the Leviathan 464 {NB} Dieter Neubert 136 Subjectivity. Part I RC22 Sociology of Religion RC55 Social Indicators RC10 Participation. Part II The dilemmas of the public safety. Organizational Democracy and SelfManagement RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis RC51 Sociocybernetics ID 128 129 130 Title RC32 Round Table: Violence: expressions and solutions RC32 Round Table: Women in action: Images and realities RC32 Round Table: Women’s work environments Room 25 {OB} 26 {OB} 26 {OB} Chair Vappu Tyyska 131 RC32 Round Table: Women. symbolic power and social justice Systemic Perspective to think knowledge and cultural management development.

Justice. capital and the struggles of migrant and immigrant workers for social and economic justice Urban planning and public policies for social and ethnic mix: ‘faith-based displacement activities’ or effective instruments against socio-spatial exclusion? On Crime. Part I 142 143 430 {NB} 309 {OB} 308 {OB} 305 {OB} 34 {OB} 35 {OB} 31 {OB} Ruthie Ginsburg 144 Marian Burchardt 145 146 Sensory Experiences: Constituents of Social Justice and Democratization? Transnational Feminism. Biography and Everyday Life.Sociología de la salud y las políticas sanitarias Analyzing art works as a way to social knowledge II Asian religions in the era of globalization Basic universalism: Is Latin America getting closer or further away? Room APT 212 {OB} 466 {NB} 414 {NB} APT 210 {OB} Chair Paulo Menezes  49  . Part II Food Insecurity. Activism. Power and Resistance: Top-Down and Bottom-Up Visual Practices Risk.16:00 Session ALAS AAS Sessions RC37 Sociology of Arts RC22 Sociology of Religion RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Poverty and Vulnerabilities in Developing Nations Local Responses to Globalization: Cases of Different Countries Modernities in Theory: Perspectives of/from the Colonized Others Invitation Only Sylvanna Falcon 147 148 Dmytro Chuchko 149 14:30 . and Social Justice. Global Women’s Movements.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 12:30 . Social Welfare and Social Policy ID 150 151 152 153 Title Additional Session 4 .14:00 Session RC44 Labor Movements RC21 Regional and Urban Development TG05 Visual Sociology TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty TG07 Senses and Society TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice WG05 Famine and Society WG01 Sociology of LocalGlobal Relations WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology 2 Title 3 4 Room 29 {OB} 301 {OB} ID 141 Chair Jennifer Chun Unfree labour: States.

Sexuality.Valentine Rigas Ulrike Schuerkens J.14:30 . voices and well being. Part I 452 {NB} 413 {NB} 464 {NB} 303 {OB} 462 {NB} 440 {NB} 448 {NB} 32 {OB} 410 {NB} 457 {NB} APT 10 {OB} 438 {NB} 436 {NB} Marvin Prosono 159 160 161 162 Gender. Disability and Social Justice Globalization. Part I Governing global socio-ecological systems Human/machine social interaction: The felt presence of absent bodies performing the sonic and visual streams Images. Conflicts. Part II Medications and pharmaceuticalization: Continuity and change Methodological Challenges in Biography Research Anastasia. social movements and democracy in the global era Current issues in population research Diversity of civic participation patterns in a globalizing world Room 444 {NB} 302 {OB} 468 {NB} 456 {NB} Chair Fernando Calderon 156 157 Rosa Maria Camarena-Cordova Pawel Starosta 158 From alienation to empowerment. policing and access to justice Language and Migrations/ Lengua y Migraciones Latin America and global social change Law and politics Leisure and tourism: Social and environmental concerns. and resistance movements. Roland Terborg Agelica Cuellar Vazquez Feiwel Kupferberg  50  . Poster session & RC 53 Reception. Organizational Democracy and SelfManagement RC36 Alienation Theory and Research RC46 Clinical Sociology RC07 Futures Research RC24 Environment and Society RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences RC11 Sociology of Aging RC34 Sociology of Youth RC25 Language and Society RC02 Economy and Society RC12 Sociology of Law RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC15 Sociology of Health RC38 Biography and Society ID 154 155 Title Children’s lives. David Tabara Adrian Scribano 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 Kyriakos Markides Rodolfo Gutierrez. Meaning. futures of management. and Discourses of Ageing Juvenile violence.16:00 Session RC53 Sociology of Childhood RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements RC41 Sociology of Population RC10 Participation.

the labor movement and the fight against precarious employment 304 {OB} APT 10 {OB} David Konstantinovsky RC31 Sociology of Migration RC30 Sociology of Work RC44 Labor Movements RC44 Labor Movements Round Table Session: Emerging alternatives for the labor movement: New visions. Democracy at work and social justice: an international perspective RC44 Round Table 2: Strategies for organizing informal workers RC44 Round Table 3: The solidarity economy. Knowledge and Culture RC51 Sociocybernetics RC04 Sociology of Education 2 Title 3 4 Room 23 {OB} 450 {NB} Isleide Fontenelle ID 171 172 Chair Methodological issues in constructing complex social indicators New media. democracy and social justice Part I 173 174 Observing.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 14:30 .16:00 Session RC55 Social Indicators RC14 Sociology of Communication. new contexts. new strategies RC32 Women in Society RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups 180 26 {OB} 181 Researching women’s lives in post-colonial contexts: Challenges and transformations in decolonizing self and research Science institutions and society: Mutual interactions and adaptations Science. ethnicity and immigration on schooling in a globalizing world Out of Place Emotions: Ambiguity of being Panel session. new contexts. innovation and professional development 446 {NB} APT 120 {OB} 434 {NB} Akosua Adomako Ampofo 182 183 Lorenzo Speranza  51  . new strategies RC44 Labor Movements 175 176 177 178 307 {OB} 17 {OB} 22 {OB} 25 {OB} Jacklyn Cock 179 RC44 Round Table 4: New strategies for bringing union democracy to unions with diverse memberships RC44 Round Table 5: Organizing Strategies. measuring and reconstructing emergent meaning Opportunities and barriers to educational access and equity in developed nations: Issues of race. Diversity and Union Democracy 26 {OB} RC44 Labor Movements Round Table Session: Emerging alternatives for the labor movement: New visions.

Bialakowsky  52  . Sensory Transgressions The Social Organization of Knowledge. Training and Development. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations ID 184 Title The role of design and social justice in 21st century cities: Paradoxes and challenges The sociological explanations of deviance.19:45 Plenary Sessions 194 Plenary Session I: Social Justice and Democratization AH Alberto L.16:00 Session RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC29 Deviance and Social Control RC05 Racism.14:30 . Part I Risk. Part II Visual Activism: The (Street) Art of Making Visible Alternative Ways of Seeing the World Panel Session: Global Cultural Centers and Development of Local Cultures Social Positioning in Comparative/ Historical Perspective Paul Luken Christian von Wissel 192 193 Trica Keaton 18:15 . crime and social control Violencia e interculturalidad / Violence and interculturality. Part I Localizing Global Justice: The Politics of Education. Biography and Everyday Life. Part II Room 301 {OB} 459 {NB} 454 {NB} 305 {OB} 309 {OB} 308 {OB} 306 {OB} 430 {NB} 35 {OB} 31 {OB} Chair 185 186 Nelson Arteaga Botello Kristy Kelly 187 188 Marian Burchardt 189 190 191 Sensory Order(s). Nationalism and Ethnic Relations TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty TG07 Senses and Society TG06 Institutional Ethnography TG05 Visual Sociology WG01 Sociology of LocalGlobal Relations RC05 Racism.

de grupo profesional u otras? Assessing quality of life and social development: Notions. Problematic Positionalities and Marginalised Voices: The Methodological Challenge Death and politics: Socio-historical and comparative approaches.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 09:00 . Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC20 Comparative Sociology RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC48 Social Movements. Knowledge and Culture RC05 Racism. Collective Actions and Social Change RC07 Futures Research RC02 Economy and Society RC45 Rational Choice RC25 Language and Society RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology 197 23 {OB} 436 {NB} APT 120 {OB} 450 {NB} Agustin Salvia 198 199 Susan Bell Hebe Vessuri 200 Indhu Rajagopal 201 Contemporary Racisms.10:30 Session ALAS AAS Sessions RC30 Sociology of Work 2 Title 3 4 Room APT 212 {OB} 17 {OB} ID 195 196 Chair Additional Session 5 . approaches and indicators Bodies in motion Changing dynamic in research organizations Consumer culture and social issues RC55 Social Indicators RC38 Biography and Society RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC14 Sociology of Communication.Participación política y programas sociales Articulating work and family: Gender or professional group differences? / Conciliar empleo y familia: ¿Unas diferencias de género. Part I Democratization and the promise of leisure Democratization movements and human rights. Language and the Body Ethnography APT 16 {OB} 410 {NB} 453 {NB} 32 {OB} 24 {OB} Celine-Marie Pascale 206 207 208 209  53  . Part I 454 {NB} 458 {NB} APT 110 {OB} 38 {OB} Alice Feldman 202 203 204 Christianne Luce Gomes 205 Democratizing futures and digital inclusion: Participatory opportunities and pitfalls Diversity in corporate networks Embedded rational choice in institutional change Empowerment.

employment opportunities. home care.09:00 . Part II Ruy Braga Neena Chappell Emilio Taddei 216 217 218 Habibul H. and mental health Room 432 {NB} 303 {OB} 301 {OB} 29 {OB} 440 {NB} 302 {OB} 448 {NB} 464 {NB} 446 {NB} Chair 211 212 Global Commodity Chains And Environmental Flows Housing and the right to the city. alienation and everyday life 222 RC10 RC04 Part II: Round Table 1 Profesionales. Alicia Itati Palermo RC17 Sociology of Organization RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups RC36 Alienation Theory and Research RC10 Round Table Social justice and participation: The role of higher education. Khondker Alicia Dambrauskas. and end of life Latin American social movements and social justice in the Global South Mass higher education. Part II RC10 Round Table: Social justice and participation: The role of higher education. social justice. and youth Migration In (Post-) Socialist Societies Movimientos de mujeres por la justicia social y la democratización en América Latina / Women`s movements for social justice and democratization in Latin America Part I Organizational critique before (and after?) Critical Management Studies/ Mechanisms of innovation Professions and democracy. Guivant 213 214 215 Labor movements and the State: What happens when political allies take power? Later life decision making: Consumption.10:30 Session RC49 Mental Health and Illness RC24 Environment and Society RC43 Housing and Built Environment RC44 Labor Movements RC11 Sociology of Aging RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements RC34 Sociology of Youth RC31 Sociology of Migration RC32 Women in Society ID 210 Title Gender. universidades y conocimiento 223 RC10 RC04 Part II: Round Table 2 Desafíos de inclusión 25 {OB}  54  . Part II 219 433 {NB} 434 {NB} 452 {NB} 22 {OB} Helena Serra 220 221 Race. Part I Julia S.

alienation and everyday life Room APT 212 {OB} 466 {NB} 452 {NB} Chair Florent Gaudez Richard Miskolci  55  . Part I Social inequalities and secondary education: Theories. methods and research findings Sociology of complementary and alternative medicine.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 09:00 .Sociología urbana Artistic and non-artistic markets: Entrepreneurship. creativity and innovation Bodies. emotions. Marginalization and Inequalities in Globalised Asia and Africa in the Context of Access to Food. Part I Towards better healthcare for all: What matters in the transformation of healthcare systems and policy. Part II Voluntary Risk Taking and Edgework 414 {NB} 307 {OB} 304 {OB} APT 10 {OB} 438 {NB} APT 210 {OB} 309 {OB} 34 {OB} Steven Lyng 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 Social Injustice.12:15 Session ALAS AAS Sessions RC37 Sociology of Arts RC36 Alienation Theory and Research ID 234 235 236 Title Additional Session 6 . Health Services and Education 10:45 .10:30 Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC18 Political Sociology Roundtable Session: Democratization and political behavior in the Latin America RC22 Sociology of Religion RC31 Sociology of Migration RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC04 Sociology of Education RC15 Sociology of Health RC15 Sociology of Health TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty WG05 Famine and Society 2 Title 3 4 Room 26 {OB} 26 {OB} ID 224 225 Chair RC10 RC04 Part II: Round Table 3 Desigualdad escolar RC18 Round Table 1: Democratization and elections in Latin America 226 Regimes of religious regulation I: Government and social regulation of religion Repeat migration and social inequalities and equalities Segregation(s) and urban inequalities in major cities around the world.

Part II Disaster. Collective Actions and Social Change RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC18 Political Sociology RC31 Sociology of Migration RC12 Sociology of Law RC13 Sociology of Leisure 244 245 Riley Dunlap Josephine Beoku-Betts 246 247 248 Imagining futures: Social movements. comparative Human Relations and its Importance for Well-Being Human rights violations 243 RC24 Environment and Society RC32 Women in Society RC43 Housing and Built Environment RC55 Social Indicators RC29 Deviance and Social Control RC48 Social Movements.12:15 Session RC53 Sociology of Childhood RC44 Labor Movements RC46 Clinical Sociology RC20 Comparative Sociology RC49 Mental Health and Illness RC42 Social Psychology ID 237 238 239 240 241 Title Childhood in democracy's infancy China’s emerging working class and the future of the labor movement Corruption and Globalization: Open discussion Death and politics: Socio-historical and comparative approaches. publics and contentious politics . society and mental health Room 444 {NB} 29 {OB} 413 {NB} 458 {NB} 432 {NB} 19 {OB} 303 {OB} 446 {NB} 469 {NB} 23 {OB} 459 {NB} APT 16 {OB} Chair 242 Discursive and narrative approaches to identity research Environmental attitudes and behaviours Gender. development and transnational citizenship: A SouthNorth academic dialogue Legal professions.Part I Benjamin Tejerina 249 International science and technology cooperation: The role of academic mobility Intra-party conflicts: Enhancing or diminishing democracy at large? Latin American migration. science and technology: Postcolonial and feminist perspectives Housing policies: Latin America. Part 1 Leisure across disciplines: Theories and methods APT 120 {OB} 460 {NB} 307 {OB} 457 {NB} APT 110 {OB} Jean-Michel Lafleur 250 251 252 253 Hilary Sommerland Thomas Henricks  56  .10:45 . popular housing.

12:15 Session RC25 Language and Society RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC51 Sociocybernetics RC30 Sociology of Work 2 Title 3 4 Room 32 {OB} 301 {OB} 304 {OB} 17 {OB} ID 254 255 Chair Amado Alarcon Lenguas Indígenas / Indigenous Languages Local Welfare: Changing States. Part II 256 257 RC14 Sociology of Communication. Stakeholders Mobilization and Policy Rescaling Modern sociological systems theory in social practice. Part I Pictures. Part II Ivy Bourgeault 264 265 22 {OB} 25 {OB} RC34 Sociology of Youth Round Table Session 2: Youth identity construction: Between individualization and collective experiences of belongingness and resistance 266 26 {OB}  57  .WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 10:45 . Knowledge and Culture RC11 Sociology of Aging RC38 Biography and Society RC41 Sociology of Population RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups RC34 Sociology of Youth RC34 Sociology of Youth 258 450 {NB} Oksana Lychkovska 259 260 261 262 Participation and cultural sociology of the life course. Part I RC34 Round Table: Identity construction processes between individualization and collective experiences. place and identity RC34 Round Table: Identity construction processes between individualization and collective experiences. Part I RC34 Round Table: Class. Part II New career theory and new realities of work in the Knowledge Economy / Nuevas teorías de la carerra y nuevas realidades de trabajo en la Economía del Conocimiento New media. diversity and inclusion. biographies and families Population Challenges in Health Equity Power and slavery 456 {NB} 436 {NB} 468 {NB} 443 {NB} 434 {NB} Julia Rozanova Kathy Davis Craig Browne 263 Professional governance and health human resource management: The challenges of equality. democracy and social justice.

Social Welfare and Social Policy RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC04 Sociology of Education RC02 Economy and Society RC05 Racism.10:45 . education and resistance Room 26 {OB} Chair 268 RC34 Round Table: Youth activism and resistance in the process of identity construction 33 {OB} 269 270 RC45 Business Meeting Regimes of religious regulation II: Multiculturalism and the management of religion Social protection for older adults in Latin America and beyond 453 {NB} 414 {NB} APT 210 {OB} 271 272 The body and difference in society: Embodiment. theory and social control The cultural politics of economic development 462 {NB} 464 {NB} Jacqueline Low 273 274 The democratic schooling: Limits.12:15 Session RC34 Sociology of Youth Round Table Session 2: Youth identity construction: Between individualization and collective experiences of belongingness and resistance RC34 Sociology of Youth Round Table Session 2: Youth identity construction: Between individualization and collective experiences of belongingness and resistance RC45 Rational Choice RC22 Sociology of Religion RC19 Sociology of Poverty. possibilities. and consequences and national agendas in a globalizing world Theorizing gender. state and economy Tracking Contemporary Racisms on Virtual spaces and Print media What makes consumer market organizations? APT 10 {OB} 410 {NB} 454 {NB} 433 {NB} Bandana Purkayastha 275 276 277  58  . Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC17 Sociology of Organization ID 267 Title RC34 Round Table: Identity.

de grupo profesional u otras? Economy. Alison Griffith Edward Sieh 282 Case-Based Comparative-Historical Investigations: Different Purposes. Part II Children’s bodies Community empowerment and regional cohesion policy in times of crisis Conciliar empleo y familia: ¿Unas diferencias de género. tecnología y sociedad: Territorios de confluencia Alternatives religiosities and beliefs in contemporary world Alternatives to neoliberal globalization: Comparing counter-hegemonic projects.Ciencia. Different Strategies. Sociological Practice RC30 Sociology of Work RC02 Economy and Society ID 285 286 287 Title Additional Session 7 . Different Outcomes Local Development and Local Democracy: Problems of Social Justice Tackling Poverty and Vulnerability: Role of the Informal Sector 283 284 12:30 .14:00 Session ALAS AAS Sessions RC22 Sociology of Religion RC02 Economy and Society RC53 Sociology of Childhood RC26 Sociotechnics. economists & public decision making Room APT 212 {OB} 414 {NB} APT 16 {OB} 444 {NB} 442 {NB} 17 {OB} 410 {NB} Chair 288 289 290 291  59  . Human Rights and Global Justice 279 280 281 Jorgelina Flury Barbara Comber.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 10:45 .12:15 Session RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements TG05 Visual Sociology TG06 Institutional Ethnography TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology WG01 Sociology of LocalGlobal Relations WG05 Famine and Society 2 Title 3 4 Room 302 {OB} 430 {NB} 306 {OB} 305 {OB} 31 {OB} 35 {OB} 34 {OB} Larisa Vdovichenko ID 278 Chair Maria da Gloria Gohn ¿Repolitización de las movilizaciones sociales en América Latina? Civic Media and Creative Youth Activism in the Middle East Puzzles and Challenges in Institutional Ethnography Research Risk.

Part 2 Leisure education: Social justice in life-long learning.12:30 . Part II Room 462 {NB} 443 {NB} 436 {NB} 302 {OB} 413 {NB} APT 10 {OB} 432 {NB} 301 {OB} 434 {NB} Chair Shinsuke Sakumichi 293 Sergio Tavolaro 294 295 Lena Inowlocki Daishiro Nomiya 296 297 298 Ana Garcia de Fanelli 299 300 In-between fragmentation and new identities: Professional socialisation within established and emerging fields of professionalism.14:00 Session RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis RC38 Biography and Society RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements RC46 Clinical Sociology RC04 Sociology of Education RC49 Mental Health and Illness RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC12 Sociology of Law RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC31 Sociology of Migration RC25 Language and Society RC15 Sociology of Health RC17 Sociology of Organization ID 292 Title Embodiment and creation: Metropolitan bodies and the flows of tradition Epistemological challenges presented by the experience of modernity in nonWestern contexts 2 Food as a special symbol in the migration process Forms of social justice: Localism and globalism in Asian context Health and Justice Higher education policies to promote retention and graduation HIV/AIDS. social change and social justice Housing and the right to the city. Part I Interfaces between the technical world and the lived reality. Legal professions. Part I Migrant ‘illegality’ and non-citizen precarious status in the Americas Nationalism and Identity Obesity: A 21st century plague? Organizing climate change Christiane Schnell 301 APT 120 {OB} 457 {NB} APT 110 {OB} 307 {OB} 32 {OB} 438 {NB} 433 {NB} Ewa Morawska Nadya Georgieva Hilary Sommerland 302 303 304 305 306 307  60  .

responses and consequence Women. public care and custody Youth and violence 468 {NB} 446 {NB} 448 {NB} 459 {NB} Antoinette Hetzler Trudi Cooper  61  . for and through young people: Community. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC11 Sociology of Aging RC05 Racism.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 12:30 . violence and social justice. Part II Working with.14:00 Session RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Collective Actions and Social Change RC41 Sociology of Population RC32 Women in Society RC34 Sociology of Youth RC29 Deviance and Social Control 2 Title 3 4 Room APT 210 {OB} ID 308 Chair Panel discussion: The quality of social policy: Explaining cross-national and sub-national differences Panel: The life-course perspective in Latin America RC05 Business Meeting 309 310 440 {NB} 454 {NB} 22 {OB} 311 RC36 Round Table 1: Alienated labor in the production of cultural and social capital 312 313 314 315 316 317 RC55 Business Meeting Social justice and democratization: Avantgardes (then and now). Knowledge and Culture RC48 Social Movements. art and change I Social resource theory: challenges. insights and prospects. Panel session The attack on public sector unionism and labor’s response The challenge of Sociocybernetics for Cultural and Political Knowing Videography and the Analysis of Visual Knowledge and Culture 23 {OB} 466 {NB} 19 {OB} 29 {OB} 304 {OB} 24 {OB} Ruut Veenhoven Jeffrey Halley 318 Visual Representation of Injustice and Exclusion 38 {OB} Piotr Sztompka 319 320 321 322 Who’s afraid of population decline? Challenges. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC36 Alienation Theory and Research Round Table Session: Alienation and culture RC55 Social Indicators RC37 Sociology of Arts RC42 Social Psychology RC44 Labor Movements RC51 Sociocybernetics RC14 Sociology of Communication.

Medioambiente. recursos naturales y desarrollo Academic capitalism: Transformation of justice or democracy development? Beliefs in the city: Religious transformations in urban areas Citizenship and in/exclusion Civil society and the state in Latin America and beyond: New patterns of relationship. Social Security and Democratization Room 305 {OB} 308 {OB} 309 {OB} 31 {OB} 34 {OB} Chair Kristy Kelly 324 325 Natalia Besedovsky 326 327 14:30 . Part II Sensory Scholarship: New Directions in Theory and Methodology? Theoretical Developments on Risk. Part I The Sociogenesis of Environmental Injustice and Inequality in Latin America: HistoricComparative Sociological Approaches Towards Social and Financial Inclusion: Exploring Right Path through Social Justice.12:30 . Knowledge and Culture RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences ID 328 329 330 331 332 Title Additional Session 8 . new media and art in the global world Paul Lopes 335 Embodied players: Re-thinking the role of the physical in leisure 462 {NB}  62  . Training and Development.14:00 Session TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice TG07 Senses and Society TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology WG05 Famine and Society ID 323 Title Localizing Global Justice: The Politics of Education. Uncertainty and Related Concepts. Part I Cultural dimensions of crime and violence Room APT 212 {OB} APT 10 {OB} 414 {NB} 448 {NB} 460 {NB} 459 {NB} 450 {NB} Chair Svetlana Sharonova 333 334 Cultural industries.16:00 Session ALAS AAS Sessions RC04 Sociology of Education RC22 Sociology of Religion RC34 Sociology of Youth RC18 Political Sociology RC29 Deviance and Social Control RC14 Sociology of Communication.

Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC31 Sociology of Migration RC55 Social Indicators RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC51 Sociocybernetics 2 Title 3 4 Room 440 {NB} APT 120 {OB} ID 336 Chair Julie McMullin Extending working lives: Are workplace practises convergent with recent policy directions? Forms of interaction between science. democracy and diversity of lifestyles: Children and the youth Migrating out of the home and into the gendered and racialized globalized market of household labor Migration and Quality of Life. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups RC05 Racism. Collective Actions and Social Change RC26 Sociotechnics.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 14:30 . 337 338 452 {NB} 339 Governance. Part I Migration and Social Change 434 {NB} Helena Serra 343 454 {NB} APT 10 {OB} 307 {OB} 23 {OB} 464 {NB} Scott Poynting 344 345 Mary Romero 346 347 David Bartram 348 Modern sociological systems theory in social practice (A): Applications to societal problems 304 {OB}  63  . civil society and new models of democracy Health and migration: Current issues in population health Ibero-American views on participation. Sociological Practice RC41 Sociology of Population RC10 Participation. Part II.16:00 Session RC11 Sociology of Aging RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC48 Social Movements. autochthony and the politics of belonging Leisure. universities and society: Knowledge mobilization. regulation and the societal impacts of scientific knowledge From alienation to empowerment. Part II Indigeneity. social justice and democracy 442 {NB} 468 {NB} 456 {NB} Arianna Montanari 340 341 Martha Nelida Ruiz Uribe 342 In-between fragmentation and new identities: Professional socialisation within established and emerging fields of professionalism.

Part I Carmen Midaglia  64  . Part II. Social Welfare and Social Policy 355 26 {OB} 26 {OB} 33 {OB} 32 {OB} 469 {NB} 29 {OB} 413 {NB} APT 210 {OB} Arlene Torres 356 Laura Robinson 357 Henry Veltmeyer 358 359 360 361 362 RC44 Business Meeting RC46 Business Meeting Social policy in Latin America .16:00 Session RC32 Women in Society ID 349 Title Movimientos de mujeres por la justicia social y la democratización en América Latina / Women`s movements for social justice and democratization in Latin America Part II New work organization. Transnationalisation of work practices Organizing markets Postcolonialism and decoloniality: A dialogue RC07 Roundtable 1A: Politics of the Future RC07 Roundtable 1B: Memory’s futures: Human rights and transitional justice / El futuro de la memoria: derechos humanos y políticas de transición: verdad. Carlos Demasi John Holmwood 351 352 353 354 RC07 Futures Research Round Table Session 1 RC07 Futures Research Round Table Session 1 RC07 Futures Research Round Table Session 1 RC25 Language and Society RC43 Housing and Built Environment RC44 Labor Movements RC46 Clinical Sociology RC19 Sociology of Poverty. new work division and new skills. Michal Bodemann. justicia y reparación RC07 Roundtable 1C: Imagining futures: Social movements. publics and contentious politics RC07 Roundtable 1D: Technology/media/futures RC07 Roundtable 1E: Alternatives to neoliberal globalization: Comparing counterhegemonic projects RC25 Business Meeting RC43 Business Meeting Room 446 {NB} Chair Marlise Matos RC30 Sociology of Work RC02 Economy and Society RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis RC07 Futures Research Round Table Session 1 RC07 Futures Research Round Table Session 1 350 17 {OB} 433 {NB} 443 {NB} 22 {OB} 25 {OB} Y.14:30 .

Part II Transnational Ruling Relations WG01 Business Meeting Klaus Peter Japp 375 376 Lois Andre-Bechely 377 WG05 Business Meeting  65  . Uncertainty and Related Concepts. comparative studies and planning. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC38 Biography and Society RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements RC12 Sociology of Law RC37 Sociology of Arts TG05 Visual Sociology TG07 Senses and Society TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty TG06 Institutional Ethnography WG01 Sociology of LocalGlobal Relations WG05 Famine and Society 364 365 Sustainable consumption and environmental behaviours The social psychology of extreme political actions Towards better healthcare for all: What matters in the transformation of healthcare systems and policy.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 14:30 . Part III Transnational family migrations Urban conflicts. Part I Urban movements in the new metropolitan context Urban problems Uses and misuses of the arts in the public sphere I Critiquing Participatory Video: Experiences from Around the World Meet the Authors – Phillip Vannini and Dennis Waskul TG03 Business Meeting 366 367 436 {NB} 301 {OB} 302 {OB} 457 {NB} 466 {NB} 430 {NB} 308 {OB} 305 {OB} 309 {OB} 306 {OB} 35 {OB} 34 {OB} Irini Siouti 368 Pierre Hamel 369 370 371 372 373 Antonio Azuela Florent Gaudez Gabry Vanderveen 374 Theoretical Developments on Risk.16:00 Session ID Title 2 3 4 Room 303 {OB} 19 {OB} 438 {NB} Chair Magnus Boström 363 RC24 Environment and Society RC42 Social Psychology RC19 Sociology of Poverty.

Part I Gender & Arab revolts: Where are the women? Generations and intergenerational relationships in the global age Governing cities: A comparison of large cities Keynote speaker session: Ruut Veenhoven: Quality of life: Its past and its future Leisure. family and migration Futures. values and sociological theory . time-budgets and the economic crisis Media. Knowledge and Culture RC05 Racism. Collective Actions and Social Change RC31 Sociology of Migration RC07 Futures Research RC32 Women in Society RC34 Sociology of Youth RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC55 Social Indicators RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC14 Sociology of Communication.Migraciones y relaciones interculturales Current Sociology Academic choices and barriers on the transition to tertiary education: Issues of social justice Civil society and the state in Latin America and beyond: New patterns of relationship. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC48 Social Movements. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology ID 378 379 380 Title Additional Session 9 .16:15 .17:45 Session ALAS AAS Sessions Other Activities RC04 Sociology of Education RC18 Political Sociology RC19 Sociology of Poverty. cultural diversity and identity transformations in a global world 434 {NB} APT 16 {OB} 446 {NB} 448 {NB} 301 {OB} 23 {OB} APT 110 {OB} 450 {NB} Ethel Kosminsky Elisa Reis Zakia Salime Carmen Leccardi 389 390 391 Mariano Rojas Jochen Dreher 392 Memoria indígena: ¿Otra dimensión de las luchas políticas actuales de los pueblos originarios de Latinoamérica? Methodology and its Role in Interrogating Social and Demographic Dynamics 454 {NB} 24 {OB} Natividad Gutierrez Chong Linda Hewitt 393  66  . work. Part II Comparative social assistance models Room APT 212 {OB} 453 {NB} APT 10 {OB} 460 {NB} APT 210 {OB} Chair Iasonas Lamprianou 381 382 383 Democratization movements and human rights. Part II 38 {OB} Sharon Barnartt 384 385 386 387 388 Food.

democracy and justice The social psychology of language.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 16:15 . Trade unions in the green economy When.17:45 Session RC31 Sociology of Migration RC11 Sociology of Aging RC02 Economy and Society RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC11 Sociology of Aging RC15 Sociology of Health RC20 Comparative Sociology RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis RC36 Alienation Theory and Research RC37 Sociology of Arts RC51 Sociocybernetics RC46 Clinical Sociology 2 Title 3 4 Room 307 {OB} 456 {NB} 410 {NB} 464 {NB} ID 394 Chair Catherine de Wenden New migration profiles in a globalised world and changing paradigms of migration Participation and its relationship to social justice and democracy. Part II RC02 Business Meeting RC09 Business Meeting 395 396 397 Martine Revel 398 399 400 401 RC11 Business Meeting RC15 Business Meeting RC20 Business Meeting RC23 Business Meeting 440 {NB} 438 {NB} 458 {NB} APT 120 {OB} 443 {NB} 452 {NB} 466 {NB} 304 {OB} 413 {NB} 303 {OB} 19 {OB} 29 {OB} 302 {OB} Larry Isaac 402 RC35 Business Meeting 403 RC36 Business Meeting 404 405 406 RC37 Business Meeting RC51 Business meeting Social Justice and Democratization Social learning for sustainability: Knowledge. where and how do movements matter? Consequences of social movements  67  407 RC24 Environment and Society RC42 Social Psychology RC44 Labor Movements RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements 408 409 410 .

Part I Table 1: Human Rights as Politics Room 430 {NB} 22 {OB} Chair Valentina Anzoise 413 Table 2: Social Justice 25 {OB} 414 Table 3: Human Rights Abuses 26 {OB} Tessa le Roux 415 TG04 Business Meeting 309 {OB} 306 {OB} 416 TG06 Business Meeting 18:15 .16:15 . the search for dignity and the oppression of the masses I TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty TG06 Institutional Ethnography ID 411 412 Title Collaborative Visual Methodologies. Federico Schuster  68  . the search for dignity and the oppression of the masses I TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice Round Table Session: Human Rights.21:45 418 OPEN FORUM I: Social Justice and Democratization in Argentina / Justicia Social y Democratización en Argentina AH Silvia Lago Martinez.17:45 Session TG05 Visual Sociology TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice Round Table Session: Human Rights.19:45 Plenary Sessions 417 Plenary Session II: Gender and Human Rights AH Margaret Abraham 20:15 . the search for dignity and the oppression of the masses I TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice Round Table Session: Human Rights.

age of inequality As the world turns: Higher education for democratic participation or status quo elitism? Biography. society and exclusions. Part I Children. social economy and economic policies for justice and participation in the new millennium 428 Economic development and the role of social policy: Latin America and East Asia APT 210 {OB} 429 430 Ethnicity. beliefs and religiosities Exploring boundaries of pathology and normality. livelihoods and social-environmental interactions Contested science. biographical research and politics. Schmidt  69  . risk and governance 422 423 424 425 426 303 {OB} APT 120 {OB} 456 {NB} Maria Fregidou-Malama 427 Cooperatives. bodies and minds following the emergence of the new neurosciences: Sociological challenges Gender policies in Latin America: A route to social justice? Global modernity. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC22 Sociology of Religion RC15 Sociology of Health 2 Title 3 4 Room APT 212 {OB} 460 {NB} APT 10 {OB} 436 {NB} 444 {NB} 450 {NB} Magdalena Felice Michaela Koettig ID 419 420 421 Chair Additional Session 10 . e-democracia y e-competencia en las sociedades contemporáneas Conflicting economies. Organizational Democracy and SelfManagement RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Part II-A in Spanish Ciudadanía digital. Sociology facing the post-western age 414 {NB} 438 {NB} RC32 Women in Society RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis 431 432 446 {NB} 443 {NB} Breno Cypriano Volker H.Mujeres y juventud Age of democracy.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 09:00 .10:30 Session ALAS AAS Sessions RC18 Political Sociology RC04 Sociology of Education RC38 Biography and Society RC53 Sociology of Childhood RC14 Sociology of Communication. Knowledge and Culture RC24 Environment and Society RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC10 Participation.

Part II Social capital: Current research on bases and outcomes 442 443 Emilio de Ipola 444 RC11 Sociology of Aging RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC45 Rational Choice 445 446 440 {NB} 301 {OB} 453 {NB} John Williamson 447  70  . Part I New challenges in mental health policies 438 439 440 441 New roles for intellectuals in the labor movement? Old & New Media: Changing Public Spheres Policies on Inequality.09:00 . Racialization and Migration Public spaces put to the test. Part I Responsibility. participation and communication in organisations / Experiencias de participación y comunicación: responsabilidad social en organizaciones de Latinoamérica Retirement. older workers and pension policy Segregation(s) and urban inequalities in major cities around the world. migrants and the development of inclusive urban cultures and identities. futures of management and resistance movements.10:30 Session RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC43 Housing and Built Environment RC34 Sociology of Youth RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC49 Mental Health and Illness RC44 Labor Movements RC25 Language and Society WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology RC20 Comparative Sociology RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology RC17 Sociology of Organization ID 433 Title Globalization. A EuropeLatin America comparison Qualitative Methods in the Sociology of Religion. Part II Room 464 {NB} Chair 434 Housing policy and processes 469 {NB} 448 {NB} APT 110 {OB} 307 {OB} 432 {NB} 29 {OB} 32 {OB} 454 {NB} 458 {NB} 24 {OB} 433 {NB} Anahi Farji Neer Vilna Bashi Treitler Lynne Ciochetto Yuri Kazepov 435 436 437 Keywords in youth studies Leisure and the arts: Identity and selfexpression Migration.

Part 1 / Reflexividad transnormativa en una sociedad multidimensional. Parte 1 Society.0 3 4 Room 302 {OB} 457 {NB} ID 448 Chair Antimo Luigi Farro 449 Social systems and legal systems: transnormative reflexivity in a multidimensional society. Sociological Practice RC31 Sociology of Migration RC29 Deviance and Social Control RC46 Clinical Sociology RC37 Sociology of Arts RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups RC30 Sociology of Work TG05 Visual Sociology TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice Round Table Session: Human Rights. social capital and the globalisation of work Temporary labour migrations: The resurgence of guestworker programs The debate on policing models Vitorio Olgiati RC51 Sociocybernetics RC26 Sociotechnics.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 09:00 . the search for dignity and the oppression of the masses II 450 451 304 {OB} 442 {NB} 468 {NB} 459 {NB} 413 {NB} 466 {NB} 434 {NB} 17 {OB} 430 {NB} 309 {OB} 22 {OB} 25 {OB} Dee Britton Manuel Cavia Viviana Arbelo Nataliya Velikaya 452 453 Gustavo Verduzco 454 The History and Current Status of Clinical Sociology in Nations and Regions: Open Discussion The sociology of art and sociological theory: Intersections and new dialogues Theoretical challenges for professions and professionalism: Social justice. democratisation and transformative change Work and immigration Collaborative Visual Methodologies.10:30 Session RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements RC12 Sociology of Law 2 Title Social Movement 2. Part I 455 456 Eduardo De La Fuente Jens-Christian Smeby 457 458 459 460 Table 1: Theory of Dignity Table 2: Brazil and Argentina 461  71  . ciberculture and sociocybernetics and sociology on the move Sustainable communities. Part II Governing the Risk Society.

Applied and Engaged Public Sociology and Interdisciplinary Programs in the US and Other Countries: Open Discussion Age of Democracy. emociones. Age of Inequality. biographical research and politics.10:30 Session TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice TG07 Senses and Society WG01 Sociology of LocalGlobal Relations ID 462 Title Table 3: National Issue The Senses in Selfhood and Identity Panel Session: Protest Movement in Globalizing World Room 26 {OB} 308 {OB} 35 {OB} Chair 463 464 Arvydas Matulionis 10:45 . Part II Art as research tool and/or sociological data: Visual.Trabajo. orden jurídico y las nuevas prácticas de inclusión RT 1a Cultura económica y sociedad RT 1b Desigualdades educativas y sociales RT 1c Sociología. antropología y aproximaciones filosóficas a las emociones en el contexto escolar RT 1d Movimientos sociales. alienation and resistance: Studies in contemporary culture / Cuerpos.09:00 . participación y democracia en América Latina Accreditation of Clinical.12:15 Session ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions RC46 Clinical Sociology ID 465 466 467 468 Title Additional Session 11 . emotions. Part II Bodies. sound and sensory methodologies Authors meets actors: Dialogues between academia and Latin American social movements Biography. alienación y resistencia: Estudios sobre cultura contemporánea Room APT 212 {OB} 27 {OB} 28 {OB} 29 {OB} 30 {OB} 413 {NB} Chair 469 470 RC18 Political Sociology RC37 Sociology of Arts RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements RC38 Biography and Society RC36 Alienation Theory and Research 471 472 460 {NB} 466 {NB} 302 {OB} 436 {NB} 452 {NB} Eduardo De La Fuente 473 Manuel Antonio Garreton Lena Perez Miriam Adelman 474 475  72  .

Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC02 Economy and Society RC11 Sociology of Aging RC30 Sociology of Work RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology 2 Title 3 4 Room 444 {NB} 443 {NB} 450 {NB} David Strecker ID 476 477 Chair Children.0 Co-organized with AISO Leticia Porto Pedrosa 479 Economic globalization. society and exclusions.12:15 Session RC53 Sociology of Childhood RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis RC14 Sociology of Communication. values and sociological theory.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 10:45 . Knowledge and Culture RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology RC07 Futures Research RC41 Sociology of Population RC43 Housing and Built Environment RC32 Women in Society RC05 Racism. Part II-B in Spanish Democracy and democratisation 478 Desarrollo social y cooperación 2. Part III 484 485 Identity politics and skilled migration: Negotiating social justice issues Inclusion and exclusion in ethnically diverse non-settler societies Informal economies and the ethnography of economic life. Intergenerational solidarity: Bringing the public and the private into dialogue Labor solidarity in the era of neo-liberal globalization Leisure and digital transformation: Emerging patterns of communication and electronic community / El ocio y las transformaciones digitales / Les loisirs et les transformations numeriques Mental health and illness in modern societies 486 487 488 489 RC49 Mental Health and Illness 490 432 {NB}  73  . culture and the transformation of management practices 464 {NB} 480 Experimental Sociology 24 {OB} APT 16 {OB} 468 {NB} 469 {NB} 446 {NB} 454 {NB} 410 {NB} 440 {NB} 17 {OB} APT 110 {OB} Ryoichi Horiguchi Virpi Timonen Peter Ratcliffe Dudley Poston 481 482 483 Futures. Part II Global issues in fertility and reproductive health Housing and the Right to the City.

10:45 . Organizational Democracy and SelfManagement RC22 Sociology of Religion RC04 Sociology of Education Round Table Session: Issues of democracy and justice in education RC04 Sociology of Education Round Table Session: Issues of democracy and justice in education RC04 Sociology of Education RC04 Sociology of Education Round Table Session: Issues of democracy and justice in education RC04 Sociology of Education RC17 Sociology of Organization RC26 Sociotechnics. Natural resource governance: Participation. Alex Teixeira  74  . Collective Actions and Social Change ID 491 Title Movimientos sociales actuales en América Latina II.12:15 Session RC48 Social Movements. Juan Pegoraro. oposición. articulación. Part II Room 38 {OB} Chair Fernanda Valeria Torres 492 RC24 Environment and Society RC44 Labor Movements RC10 Participation. citizenship and democratization Organizing the production of alternative visions to support social justice Participation and Cultural Sociology of the life course. Sociological Practice RC29 Deviance and Social Control 493 494 303 {OB} 29 {OB} 456 {NB} Jose Esteban Castro Michelle Williams Andreas Hoff 495 496 Politics and Religion RC04 Round Table 1: Democracy 414 {NB} 22 {OB} M’hammed Sabour 497 RC04 Round Table 2: Teachers and schooling 25 {OB} Mariano Fernandez-Enguita 498 499 RC04 Round Table 3: Educational issues in Latin America RC04 Round Table 4: Educational issues of globalization 26 {OB} 26 {OB} Jason Chien-chen Chang 500 501 RC04 Round Table 5: Issues of ethics in education RC17 Business Meeting 33 {OB} 433 {NB} 442 {NB} 459 {NB} Esther Ibarra Rosales 502 RC26 Business Meeting 503 RC29 Business Meeting Robert Nash Parker. Posturas frente a la arena político-institucional: Participación.

Part 2 / Reflexividad transnormativa en una sociedad multidimensional. Part II Work. comparative studies and planning. safer patients and the right to health care The Role of Language in Shaping Gender Justice and Sexual Rights Movements The social and environmental impacts of nanotechnologies and other emerging technologies Transnational actors and processes in social policy: Latin America and beyond RC51 Sociocybernetics RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences RC45 Rational Choice RC15 Sociology of Health RC32 Women in Society RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC19 Sociology of Poverty.12:15 Session RC20 Comparative Sociology RC12 Sociology of Law 2 Title 3 4 Room 458 {NB} 457 {NB} ID 504 505 Chair Jean-Pascal Daloz Germano Schwartz Social distinction and globalization Social systems and legal systems: transnormative reflexivity in a multidimensional society. Part II 307 {OB} 301 {OB} 19 {OB} 23 {OB} 448 {NB} 309 {OB} Peter Kivisto 515 516 517 Ronald Anderson Ilze Koroleva 518 Chiranjibi Rijal  75  . identities and labor subjectivities in the new capitalism: Psychosocial readings World suffering Young people as actors of development in transitional countries: Ethnic majority and minority youth Governing the Risk Society.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 10:45 . Social Welfare and Social Policy RC31 Sociology of Migration RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC42 Social Psychology RC55 Social Indicators RC34 Sociology of Youth TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty 506 507 304 {OB} 462 {NB} 453 {NB} 438 {NB} 32 {OB} APT 120 {OB} APT 210 {OB} Ito Peng Melanie Heath Roberto Cipriani 508 509 510 511 512 513 514 Undocumented immigrants and social justice Urban conflicts. Parte 2 Sociocybernetic approach to democratization processes The cultural nature of time: How many kinds of time? The evolution of networks and social cooperation The health workforce governance continuum: Good professionals.

Mei Ling Wong Benjamin Tejerina Edmund Kenneth Mugayehwenkyi  76  . publics and contentious politics. Recruitment and Values of the Local Political Class Room 305 {OB} 430 {NB} 308 {OB} 31 {OB} 35 {OB} Chair Maria de Lourdes Beldi de Alcantara Valentina Anzoise 520 521 522 523 12:30 .Movimientos sociales RT 2a Derecho y profesiones RT 2b Problemas urbanos RT 2c Análisis científico y grupos sociales en riesgo Bilinguismo y Jerarquía Social / Bilingualism and Social Hierarchy Cultural and spiritual leisure values of the East and West Developments in the study of mortality Environmental movements. organizations and civil societies Health Inequalities Across European Health Systems Imagining futures: Social movements.12:15 Session TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice TG05 Visual Sociology TG07 Senses and Society WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology WG01 Sociology of LocalGlobal Relations ID 519 Title Human Rights: How Do We Tackle the Problems of Indigenous Youth? New Media.10:45 . Part II Intergenerational Relations: Intimate Ties and Solidarity Room APT 212 {OB} 27 {OB} 28 {OB} 29 {OB} 32 {OB} APT 110 {OB} 468 {NB} 303 {OB} 438 {NB} APT 16 {OB} 440 {NB} Chair Lourdes Neri Catherine. Space and Place Latin America: Modernizations and Modernities in Global Contexts – Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives Political Culture and Political Actors: Socialization. Videos and Cyber-Activism on Social and Environmental Issues Urbanity.14:00 Session ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions RC25 Language and Society RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC41 Sociology of Population RC24 Environment and Society RC15 Sociology of Health RC07 Futures Research RC11 Sociology of Aging ID 524 525 526 527 528 529 530 531 532 533 534 Title Additional Session 12 .

A comparative study of Brazil. Part I Organizations and Mixed Methods.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 12:30 . stigmatization and redress of rights 2 Title 3 4 Room APT 10 {OB} APT 120 {OB} 29 {OB} 307 {OB} 38 {OB} Robert O’Brien ID 535 536 Chair Justice in schools and civic education Latin America in the global science system 537 Making transnational networks more effective vehicles for North-South and South-South labor solidarity Migration and Development I Movimientos sociales actuales en América Latina. Collective Actions and Social Change RC02 Economy and Society RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology RC20 Comparative Sociology RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements RC10 Participation. Israel and United States 22 {OB}  77  . Organizational Democracy and Self-Management RC12 Sociology of Law RC14 Sociology of Communication.14:00 Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC44 Labor Movements RC31 Sociology of Migration RC48 Social Movements. Possibilities and Requirements of a MesoLevel Sociology Qualitative Interviews in Comparative Sociology Radical movements examine a political and social order RC10 Business Meeting 410 {NB} 24 {OB} 458 {NB} 302 {OB} 456 {NB} Fumiya Onaka Antimo Luigi Farro 542 543 544 545 546 RC12 Business Meeting RC14 Business Meeting 457 {NB} 450 {NB} 547 RC18 Round Table 1: Responses to stigmatization and redress rights . Knowledge and Culture RC18 Political Sociology Roundtable Session: Socio-political identities. Part III 538 539 Eric Popkin Antonia Muñoz 540 541 Neoliberalism and recomposition of Latin American elites.

alienation and overcoming alienation The social construction of the police: Dilemmas of police learning The uneasy relationship between CCTs and universalism in Latin America 462 {NB} 452 {NB} 459 {NB} APT 210 {OB} Damayanthie Eluwawalage 558 559 560 561 Time and Society 443 {NB} 23 {OB} Robert Hassan 562 Translating research on subjective well-being into public policies  78  . stigmatization and redress of rights RC22 Sociology of Religion RC30 Sociology of Work RC32 Women in Society RC42 Social Psychology RC46 Clinical Sociology RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC51 Sociocybernetics RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences RC36 Alienation Theory and Research RC29 Deviance and Social Control RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis RC55 Social Indicators ID 548 Title RC18 Round Table 2: Transcending the national borders: Social forces and socio-political identities in international politics Room 25 {OB} Chair Fernando Lopez-Alves 549 550 551 552 553 554 RC22 Business Meeting RC30 Business Meeting RC32 Business Meeting RC42 Business Meeting RC46 Business Meeting and Award Presentations Social justice and voice: Urban suffering between transformations of the city and participation Sociocybernetic principles: Technology.14:00 Session RC18 Political Sociology Roundtable Session: Socio-political identities. ecology and globalization The Arab revolution of 2011 in comparative perspective 414 {NB} 17 {OB} 446 {NB} 19 {OB} 413 {NB} 301 {OB} 304 {OB} 464 {NB} Guillermina Jasso 555 556 557 The body and the habitat: Mapping the environment The Internet.12:30 .

Part II Youth cultures and new social movements in the context of the digital revolution Risk Discourse and the Media.16:00 Session ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ID 570 571 Title Additional Session 13 .Calidad de vida. cibercultur@ y Sociedad Building Transnational Solidarity among National Labor Movements Business Meeting Room APT 212 {OB} 27 {OB} Chair ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions RC51 Sociocybernetics RC44 Labor Movements RC21 Regional and Urban Development 572 28 {OB} 29 {OB} 304 {OB} 29 {OB} 301 {OB} Edward Webster 573 574 575 576  79  . Part I 565 566 Airi-Alina Allaste 567 Social or Community Conditions That Nurture and Sustain Human Rights Teaching Visual Methods. estratificación social y políticas públicas RT 3a Desigualdad y pobreza en el espacio urbano 1: personas en situación de calle y procesos de renovación en áreas centrales RT 3b Desigualdad y pobreza en el espacio urbano 2: disputas por el espacio público y acciones estatales RT 3c Investigaciones actuales en Sociología Book Presentation: Sociocibernética. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC34 Sociology of Youth TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice TG05 Visual Sociology WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology 2 Title 3 4 Room 466 {NB} 436 {NB} 448 {NB} 309 {OB} 305 {OB} 430 {NB} 31 {OB} Brian Gran ID 563 564 Chair Jan Marontate Roswitha Breckner Uses and misuses of the arts in the public sphere II Where are you from? Experiences of exclusion. marginalization and racism. Learning to Become a Visual Sociologist The Politics of Development and Social Struggle in Latin America: The Sociogenesis and Psychogenesis of Political Consciousness 568 569 Syd Krochmalny 14:30 .14:00 Session RC37 Sociology of Arts RC05 Racism.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 12:30 .

social justice and empowerment in the Middle East Gender empowerment and microfinance: Theoretical and empirical perspectives Informal settlements: Land and housing markets. Gary Dworkin  80  . Knowledge and Culture RC41 Sociology of Population RC32 Women in Society RC32 Women in Society RC43 Housing and Built Environment RC42 Social Psychology RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Part II RC04 Business Meeting RC07 Business Meeting 410 {NB} 23 {OB} 460 {NB} 438 {NB} Jan Delhey RC04 Sociology of Education RC07 Futures Research 589 590 APT 10 {OB} APT 16 {OB} A. Panel session Keynote lecture Ana Rivoir 579 580 468 {NB} 446 {NB} 453 {NB} 469 {NB} 19 {OB} APT 210 {OB} Suaad Zayed Al-Oraimi. poverty and social status Participatory institutions. Part II Objective living conditions. political clientelism and democratization within the State Professional governance and health human resource management: the challenges of equality. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC02 Economy and Society RC55 Social Indicators RC18 Political Sociology RC15 Sociology of Health ID 577 Title Civil society against violence Room 302 {OB} 450 {NB} Chair Hyun-Chin Lim 578 Cuestiones en torno a la comunicación contemporánea / Contemporary communication issues Demographic challenges associated with aging populations in the developing world From subordination to representation: Democratization.14:30 . Nilay Cabuk Kaya 581 582 583 584 585 586 587 588 Neoliberalism and recomposition of Latin American elites. policies and formalisation International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences. diversity and inclusion.16:00 Session RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements RC14 Sociology of Communication.

WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 14:30 . art and change II 466 {NB} Ilaria Riccioni  81  . disaster and sustainability: Remodelling on Fukushima Social inclusion (or its absence) in settler societies Social justice and democratization through participation and/or self-management? APT 120 {OB} 454 {NB} 456 {NB} Ann Denis 599 600 Vera Vratusa 601 Social justice and democratization: Avantgardes (then and now).16:00 Session RC24 Environment and Society Round Table Session: Current research in environmental Sociology 1 2 Title 3 4 Room 22 {OB} ID 591 Chair Luigi Pellizzoni RC24 Table 1 Environmental governance: from local to global (English) 592 RC24 Environment and Society Round Table Session: Current research in environmental Sociology 1 593 RC24 Environment and Society Round Table Session: Current research in environmental Sociology 1 RC24 Environment and Society Round Table Session: Current research in environmental Sociology 1 RC31 Sociology of Migration RC38 Biography and Society RC48 Social Movements. Collective Actions and Social Change RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC05 Racism. Organizational Democracy and SelfManagement RC37 Sociology of Arts 594 RC24 Table 2 Natural resource governance in Latin America (Spanish/English) 25 {OB} Fernanda Sant Anna RC24 Table 3 Environmental conflict in Latin America (Spanish/English) 26 {OB} Ana Vara RC24 Table 4 Energy. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC10 Participation. climate and risk (English) 26 {OB} Koichi Hasegawa 595 596 597 RC31 Business Meeting RC38 Business Meeting RC48 Business Meeting 307 {OB} 436 {NB} 38 {OB} 598 Risk.

26.16:00 Session RC25 Language and Society RC32 Women in Society RC46 Clinical Sociology RC34 Sociology of Youth TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty ID 602 603 604 605 606 Title The Language of Collective Memory Women. 28. leisure and family in the age of transformations Work and Clinical Sociology Youth cultures from a cosmopolitan perspective Risk Discourse and the Media. 25.19:45 Plenary Sessions 609 Plenary Session III: Social and Economic Inequality AH Alicia Itati Palermo 20:15 . 24. Part II Room 32 {OB} APT 110 {OB} 413 {NB} 448 {NB} 309 {OB} Chair Roberta Villalon Leonardas Rinkevicius 16:15 .21:45 610 OPEN FORUM II: Processes of Democratization in Latin America / Procesos de Democratización en Latinoamérica AH Pablo Gentili  82  . 23.17:45 WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology 608 WG02 Business Meeting 31 {OB} 18:15 . 35. 22. 33. 38. 19. 29 & 30 {OB} 16:15 .17:45 Other Activities 607 Simultaneous Roundtable Session for Junior/Senior Sociologists 17. 34.14:30 .

El trabajo etnográfico en la producción de conocimiento RT 4a La organización financiera y de los mercados a nivel nacional e internacional RT 4b Políticas Sociales. Mercado y Religión Research Council Business Meeting. Seguridad Social y Cultura Organizacional RT 4c Recursos naturales. Part II Aging and the care crisis Challenging the logic of neoliberalism: Labor-feminist coalitions and work-family policy campaigns Changing populations and its consequences Community governance: Contesting power and socio-spatial inequality Decentering sociology: Reconceptualizations for a global era Do urban planning and practice contribute to social justice and democratization in cities? Generations: Connections across the life course Hybridity.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 09:00 . Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC07 Futures Research RC31 Sociology of Migration RC55 Social Indicators 2 Title 3 4 Room APT 212 {OB} 27 {OB} 28 {OB} 29 {OB} 30 {OB} AH 446 {NB} 29 {OB} 468 {NB} 457 {NB} 443 {NB} 301 {OB} 440 {NB} 454 {NB} APT 16 {OB} 307 {OB} 23 {OB} Ligia Tavera Fenollosa Monica Ibanez-Angulo Christian Suter Marc Szydlik Boris Holzer Linda Christiansen-Ruffman ID 611 Chair Additional Session 14 . Part III In and out of place: Participation of transnational migrants in civil society Inequality in Quality of Life. desarrollo y Sociedad 2 RT 4d Política. Well-Being and Happiness 612 613 614 615 616 617 618 619 620 621 622 623 624 625 626 627  83  .10:30 Session ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions Other Activities RC32 Women in Society RC44 Labor Movements RC41 Sociology of Population RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC11 Sociology of Aging RC05 Racism. border crossings and indigenous knowledges Imagining futures: Social movements. publics and contentious politics.

articulación.10:30 Session RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences RC14 Sociology of Communication. Part II Movimientos sociales actuales en América Latina I. Smith 629 Silvia Lago Martinez 630 631 La infancia en las sociedades de disciplinamiento y exclusión social Late modernity and social control 444 {NB} 459 {NB} 460 {NB} 438 {NB} 464 {NB} 38 {OB} Lidia Villar. Posturas frente a la arena politicoinstitucional: Participación. oposición. Co-organized with ALAS Room 462 {NB} 450 {NB} Chair Thomas S. Collective Actions and Social Change ID 628 Title Integration. Natural resource rights and other environmental issues and solutions in developing countries Precarity and new forms of employment Qualitative Methods in the Sociology of Religion. interaction and synchronization Jóvenes y comunicación. Knowledge and Culture RC53 Sociology of Childhood RC29 Deviance and Social Control RC18 Political Sociology RC15 Sociology of Health RC31 Sociology of Migration RC48 Social Movements. Antonia Muñoz Gianluca Passarelli 632 Leaders and Leadership: How the Presidentialization of Politics Affected the Balance of Powers within Parties Men’s health: Intersections between culture and science Migration and development.09:00 . Part II RC47 Business Meeting 633 634 635 636 RC24 Environment and Society RC30 Sociology of Work RC22 Sociology of Religion RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements RC04 Sociology of Education RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups RC02 Economy and Society 637 638 639 303 {OB} 17 {OB} 24 {OB} 302 {OB} APT 10 {OB} 434 {NB} 410 {NB} Justin Page Antimo Luigi Farro 640 641 Social compromise in higher education for social cohesion Teachers and teaching of social sciences in Latin America The ethnography of economic life Antonio Teodoro Amurabi Oliveira 642  84  .

Globalización y desarrollo local: protestas.12:15 Session ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ID 651 Title Additional Session 15 . Sujetos y Campos de una Sociología del Mundo Audiovisual Room APT 212 {OB} 27 {OB} 28 {OB} 29 {OB} Chair 652 653 654  85  .WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 09:00 .10:30 Session RC26 Sociotechnics. justicia y Sociología del público RT 5b Migrantes: experiencias de vida. Work and Risk 644 645 646 647 APT 110 {OB} 436 {NB} 430 {NB} 305 {OB} Hermilio Santos Jerome Krase 648 649 650 308 {OB} 309 {OB} 10:45 . participación e inserción social RT 5c Brasil interrogado: perspectivas teóricas y comparativas RT 5d El Cine y la Construcción del Imaginario Audiovisual del Mundo Contemporáneo. Sociological Practice RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Part IV Transformation of leisure and ageing perspectives Victims and perpetrators in socio-political (post) conflict settings Culture and Visual Forms of Power: Experiencing Contemporary Spaces of Resistance Human Rights Practices in Argentina: How Movements/NGOs and Other Collectives are Using Human Rights for Social Justice in Argentina Migrant Sensescapes and Transnationalism Social Policy. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC38 Biography and Society TG05 Visual Sociology TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice TG07 Senses and Society TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty 2 Title 3 4 Room 442 {NB} APT 210 {OB} ID 643 Chair Shehina Fazal The info-communication network industry and sociality Towards better healthcare for all: What matters in the transformation of healthcare systems and policy. formas de organización.

10:45 . Collective Actions and Social Change RC38 Biography and Society ID 655 Title Acciones colectivas y luchas democratizadoras en Latinoamérica. ‘buen vivir’ and voluntary simplicity: New lifestyles and political commitments Critical theories: A dialogue between Europe and Latin America Del Sistema de Consulta de Organizaciones Indígenas y Conflictos Étnicos en las Américas (SICETNO) Diasporas. nation-states and regional integration Economic sociology: New approaches from Latin America Environmental issues Room 38 {OB} Chair Graciela Di Marco 656 436 {NB} 302 {OB} 443 {NB} 454 {NB} 307 {OB} 410 {NB} 434 {NB} 444 {NB} 17 {OB} Beate Littig Maria da Gloria Gohn. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC31 Sociology of Migration RC02 Economy and Society RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups RC53 Sociology of Childhood RC30 Sociology of Work 658 659 Paula Muraca 660 661 662 Theophilus Fadayomi Charles Gadea 663 664 Globalization and new contours of childhood Health and safety at work: Occupational hazards and technological risks / Salud y seguridad en el trabajo: Riesgos laborales y tecnológicos IJURR Lecture: Resourceful cities and citizens: chances and challenges of comparative urban studies Intra-party democratization Leisure education: Social justice in life-long learning. Biography and experiences with violence Climate justice. Part II Men and reproduction Methods for the Sociological Analysis of Affect and Emotion 1 RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC18 Political Sociology RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC15 Sociology of Health RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology 665 301 {OB} 460 {NB} APT 110 {OB} 438 {NB} 24 {OB} Gesche Schauenburg. Europa y Norte de África / Collective action and democratization struggles in Latin America. Geoffrey Pleyers Rosa Hartmut 657 RC24 Environment and Society RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis RC05 Racism. Europe and North Africa. Sonja Fucker 666 667 668 669  86  .12:15 Session RC48 Social Movements.

rights. Co-organized with ALAIC Cesar Bolano 682 683 Religion. mobility. Part II Networks. migration Social distinctions and gender patterns in higher education and opportunities and barriers on the labor market 414 {NB} APT 10 {OB}  87  . justicia y reparación RC07 Roundtable 2C: Imagining futures: Social movements. Knowledge and Culture RC22 Sociology of Religion RC04 Sociology of Education 680 681 Redes y transformaciones sociales. Cities Governance and Global Markets 672 673 Old age and society: Views from Latin America Priorities in youth studies in the BRICS countries: Changes and challenges for the future RC07 Roundtable 2A: Futures of water: Scenarios and struggles / Futuros del agua: escenarios y luchas RC07 Roundtable 2B: Memory’s futures: Human rights and transitional justice / El futuro de la memoria: derechos humanos y políticas de transición: verdad. publics and contentious politics RC07 Roundtable 2D: Tehcnology/Media/Futures RC07 Roundtable 2E: New approaches RC24 Business Meeting RC49 Business meeting 440 {NB} 448 {NB} 22 {OB} 25 {OB} Valentina Salvi 674 675 RC07 Futures Research Round Table Session 2 RC07 Futures Research Round Table Session 2 RC07 Futures Research Round Table Session 2 676 26 {OB} 26 {OB} 33 {OB} 303 {OB} 432 {NB} 450 {NB} Bronwen Lichtenstein Marcelo Castaneda 677 678 679 RC24 Environment and Society RC49 Mental Health and Illness RC14 Sociology of Communication.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 10:45 .12:15 Session RC55 Social Indicators RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC11 Sociology of Aging RC34 Sociology of Youth RC07 Futures Research Round Table Session 2 RC07 Futures Research Round Table Session 2 2 Title 3 4 Room 23 {OB} 464 {NB} ID 670 671 Chair Sergiu Baltatescu Migration and Quality of Life.

Crime and New Technologies TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty TG05 Visual Sociology TG07 Senses and Society WG01 Sociology of LocalGlobal Relations 694 309 {OB} 430 {NB} 308 {OB} 35 {OB} Aigul Zabirova 695 696 697 TG05 Business Meeting & Rachel Tanur Memorial Prize Awarding Ceremony TG07 Business Meeting Social Challenges in Developing Countries as Consequences of Globalization  88  .10:45 .12:15 Session RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Panel session The Social Selectivity of Criminal Justice 468 {NB} 446 {NB} 32 {OB} APT 120 {OB} 457 {NB} 459 {NB} 19 {OB} 413 {NB} 29 {OB} Pavan Mamidi Vitorio Olgiati Sirma Bilge 686 687 688 Roberta Villalon 689 690 691 692 693 Topics in social psychology Using Clinical Sociology to Improve Society Worker’s taking over factories as a response to capital taking away jobs: Reflections on experiences in Argentina and elsewhere Risk. Part II Room APT 210 {OB} Chair Rosalia Cortes 685 Sociology of population: Dimensions of child and the overarching global transformation The ethics of intersectional politics and the challenges to alliances and coalition building in and outside academe The Language of Resistance: Social Change & Social Justice The New Frontiers Of The Digital Divide: Technological Inequalities And Social Justice The quest for justice and the limits of law. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC41 Sociology of Population RC32 Women in Society RC25 Language and Society RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC12 Sociology of Law RC29 Deviance and Social Control RC42 Social Psychology RC46 Clinical Sociology RC44 Labor Movements ID 684 Title Social policy in Latin America.

race. Regine Herbrik Marco Martiniello 710 711 712 Howard Williamson  89  .14:00 Session ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions RC05 Racism. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC11 Sociology of Aging RC25 Language and Society RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology RC31 Sociology of Migration RC24 Environment and Society RC34 Sociology of Youth 706 APT 210 {OB} Hildegard Theobald 707 708 709 Images of old age Language and Discourse in Online Social Media Methods for the Sociological Analysis of Affect and Emotion 2 Migration. ethnicity) Democratising science and technology through protests and mobilizations for social justice Future of leisure in a troubled world Futures of education: Alternative experiences and new politics between inequality and democratization / Futuros de la educación: Experiencias alternativas y nuevas políticas entre desigualdad y democratización Global social policy 703 704 705 RC19 Sociology of Poverty.Sociología audiovisual y de las artes RT 6a Contextos: trabajo y trabajadores RT 6b Precaridad y disciplina en “neofordism” RT 6c Informalidad de trabajo en contextos locales Democracies in transition: The political cultures of excluded groups (gender. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC07 Futures Research 2 Title 3 4 Room APT 212 {OB} 27 {OB} 28 {OB} 29 {OB} 454 {NB} APT 120 {OB} APT 110 {OB} APT 16 {OB} Scott North Hiroyuki Toyota Ulrike Vieten ID 698 699 700 701 702 Chair Additional Session 16 .WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 12:30 . migrants and the development of inclusive urban cultures and identities II New directions in environmental sociology Open session on the Forum theme: Social justice and democratization 440 {NB} 32 {OB} 24 {OB} 307 {OB} 303 {OB} 448 {NB} Elizabeth Brooke Sheila Amado Stefan Hohne.

Part I RC02 Round Table 1: Focus on Latin America RC02 Round Table 2: Politics. Part I Maria Ligia De Olivera Barbosa Dani Rudnicki Nazanin Shahrokni TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty 727 309 {OB} Dan Woodman  90  . function and meaning.14:00 Session RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC02 Economy and Society Round Table Session RC02 Economy and Society Round Table Session RC02 Economy and Society Round Table Session RC41 Sociology of Population RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups RC48 Social Movements. Islamic piety and social justice:’The headscarf ban’ at the intersections of intimate and public democratization Risk and the Sociology of Youth. Collective Actions and Social Change RC38 Biography and Society RC29 Deviance and Social Control RC04 Sociology of Education RC15 Sociology of Health RC12 Sociology of Law RC32 Women in Society ID 713 Title Political inequality outside of the West. Part 1 Women.12:30 . Part II Room 464 {NB} Chair 714 Public spaces in global metropolises: Form. Economy and Society RC02 Round Table 3: States and Economies: case studies RC41 Business Meeting RC52 Business Meeting 301 {OB} 22 {OB} 25 {OB} 26 {OB} 468 {NB} 434 {NB} 38 {OB} Tova Benski 715 716 717 718 719 720 Social movements as embodied collective acts 721 722 The foundation of professional identities in life experiences The metamorphosis of prison 436 {NB} 459 {NB} APT 10 {OB} 438 {NB} 457 {NB} 446 {NB} Rosa Maria Brandhorst 723 724 725 726 The policies for tertiary education: Does diversification mean democratization? The role of the ‘Third Sector’ in health care reforms The sociology of human rights.

16:00 Session ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology RC07 Futures Research RC07 Futures Research 2 Title 3 4 Room APT 212 {OB} 27 {OB} 28 {OB} 29 {OB} 24 {OB} APT 120 {OB} APT 16 {OB} Lynn Rapaport ID 728 729 Chair Additional Session 17 . jóvenes y comunicación RT 7a Debates y perspectivas teóricoconceptuales para el estudio de la conflictividad y el cambio social RT 7b Política y derechos humanos RT 7c Movimientos de estudiantes y estudiantes en movimiento: experiencias organizativas en América Latina Analyzing Communities on the Internet 730 731 732 733 ICTs for Science and Technology Development in Latin America and the Economic South: Present and Future Memory s futures: Human rights and transitional justice. Part I / El futuro de la Memoria: Derechos Humanos y Políticas de Transición: Verdad.Responsabilidad social. Part II RC24 Table 1 (English) Environmental movements and civil society 739 RC24 Environment and Society Round Table Session: Current research in environmental Sociology 2 RC24 Environment and Society Round Table Session: Current research in environmental Sociology 2 740 RC24 Table 2 (English) Theoretical innovation in environmental Sociology 25 {OB} Raymond Murphy  91  . Justicia y Reparación. Parte I Multi-dimensionality of leisure in a multicultural world Organizing global and domestic finances 734 RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC17 Sociology of Organization RC11 Sociology of Aging RC21 Regional and Urban Development 735 736 APT 110 {OB} 410 {NB} 440 {NB} 301 {OB} 22 {OB} Brian Gareau Adriana Fassio 737 738 Public policies to promote healthy and happy aging Public spaces in global metropolises: Form.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 14:30 . function and meaning.

Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC32 Women in Society TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty 747 38 {OB} Deborah Gould 748 The politics of welfare policy in Latin America APT 210 {OB} Ingrid Wehr 749 750 The sociology of human rights. Collective Actions and Social Change RC19 Sociology of Poverty. what are we missing? Strange bedfellows: Activist affinities across difference 450 {NB} Isabel de La Torre Prados 744 745 746 443 {NB} 438 {NB} 448 {NB} Bernadetta Siara Howard Williamson RC48 Social Movements. liberty and constitutionalism: Feminist perspectives Violencia e interculturalidad / Violence and interculturality. Part II Women. poverty and the struggle for survival Risk and the Sociology of Youth. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC12 Sociology of Law RC04 Sociology of Education RC32 Women in Society RC05 Racism. Part II 457 {NB} APT 10 {OB} 446 {NB} 454 {NB} 17 {OB} 309 {OB} Dani Rudnicki Jason Chien-chen Chang Kalpana Kannabiran Daniel Gutierrez Martinez 751 752 753 754 Timo Harrikari  92  . participación y medios de comunicación Co-organized with AISO Sexualities and migration Sociology of health and health care Special session on the Forum theme: Are the available youth sociology discourses adequate to capture the biggest questions of our time? Where are we going. Knowledge and Culture RC31 Sociology of Migration RC15 Sociology of Health RC34 Sociology of Youth ID 741 742 Title RC24 Table 3 (Spanish/English) Sustainable development in Latin America RC24 Table 4 (Spanish/English) Global environmental governance Room 26 {OB} 26 {OB} Chair 743 Responsabilidad social.16:00 Session RC24 Environment and Society RC24 Environment and Society Round Table Session: Current research in environmental Sociology 2 RC14 Sociology of Communication.14:30 . Part 2 Twenty years of educational democratization in Taiwan: Forms and consequences Violence.

social justice and democratization. Racialization/Ethnicization and Migration Knowledge based economies and networks of knowledge transfer La voz en las calles iberoamericanas: Las manifestaciones públicas como modo de acción Methods for Sociology of Memory (Spanish Language Session) RC13 Business Meeting RC18 Business Meeting RC32 Round Table: The shifting ground of feminist action and analysis 454 {NB} 410 {NB} 38 {OB} Scott Poynting 763 764 Michael Voegtli. What does it mean for developing and under-developed countries in the global 21st century? Futures of water: Scenarios and struggles / Futuros del agua: Escenarios y luchas. Collective Actions and Social Change RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC18 Political Sociology RC32 Women in Society Round Table Session: Women.WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 16:15 . Social Welfare and Social Policy RC05 Racism. sustainable equity and enduring redress.17:45 Session ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC04 Sociology of Education 2 Title 3 4 Room 27 {OB} 28 {OB} 29 {OB} 301 {OB} APT 10 {OB} Shaheeda Essack ID 755 756 757 Chair RT 8a Experiencias del cuerpo: abordajes desde las ciencias sociales RT 8b Cuerpo y sociedad: elementos para su conceptualización RT 8d Globalización: desfíos sociales. Sergio Tamayo 765 24 {OB} APT 110 {OB} 460 {NB} 22 {OB} 766 767 768  93  . actores y cultura política en los países en desarrollo Cities and climate change 758 759 Education: A catalyst for human development. Part I Gender and family policy RC07 Futures Research RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC02 Economy and Society RC48 Social Movements. Part II 760 761 APT 16 {OB} APT 210 {OB} Jose Esteban Castro Debora Lopreite 762 Inequality.

mothers.19:45 Plenary Sessions 775 Plenary Session IV: Public Sociology AH Raquel Sosa Elízaga  94  . Part II RC34 Sociology of Youth RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences ID 769 Title RC32 Round Table: Women in social movements Room 25 {OB} Chair 770 RC32 Round Table: Women. Part II RC32 Women in Society Round Table Session: Women. social justice and democratization. social justice and democratization. Part II Ivan Lopez 18:15 .16:15 . families 26 {OB} 771 772 RC34 Business Meeting RC54 Business Meeting and conclusions 448 {NB} 462 {NB} 303 {OB} 438 {NB} James Cote 773 RC24 Environment and Society RC15 Sociology of Health 774 Social justice and the environment Sociology of complementary and alternative medicine.17:45 Session RC32 Women in Society Round Table Session: Women.

Argentina Poverty and Human Rights Mona ABAZA. Universidad de Buenos Aires Authors and Papers Michael BURAWOY. Universidad Central de Venezuela. Consejo Nacionald de Investigaciones Cientificas y Técnicas. United States Social Movements Today Mónica PINTO.Salón de Actos Chair: Margaret ABRAHAM. and “Cosmopolitan Feminism”  95  . BIALAKOWSKY. Caracas. “Human Security”. Venezuela Post-Democracy in an Increasingly Unequal World. Hofstra University.Salón de Actos Chair: Alberto L. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. The American University. (La post-democracia en un mundo cada vez más desigual) Thursday 2 August 18:15 . Buenos Aires. United Kingdom “Human Rights”. University of East London. University of California. South Africa Contesting Gender and Human Rights Entitlements in Southern Africa: Contemporary Feminist Struggles Nira YUVAL-DAVIS. University of Buenos Aires. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales. Buenos Aires. Berkeley. United States Authors and Papers Dora BARRANCOS.19:45 417 Plenary Session II: Gender and Human Rights Location: Assembly Hall . Cairo.19:45 194 Plenary Session I: Social Justice and Democratization Location: Assembly Hall .Plenary Sessions Wednesday 1 August 18:15 . University of the Western Cape. Egypt Visual Art and the Revolution: Gender Struggles in Cairo's Murals and Graffiti Edgardo LANDER. Argentina Estudios de género y renovación de las Ciencias Sociales Patricia McFADDEN.

Colombia Public Sociology 2.19:45 609 Plenary Session III: Social and Economic Inequality Location: Assembly Hall . University of Los Andes.Friday 3 August 18:15 .0:  A New Sociological Map from the Global South Emir SADER. University of Witwatersrand. Johannesburg. Lima. University of São Paulo. HK PolyU Joint China Social Work Research Center. Peru The Crisis of the Coloniality of Power: A New Pattern of Social Conflict Pun NGAI. Foxconn Nightmare and the Struggle of the Chinese Worker Saturday 4 August 18:15 . CLACSO. National University of Lujan. University of Barcelona. Brazil Reflections on the Brazilian Experience with the Solidarity Economy Aníbal QUIJANO. Spain The Sociology That Overcomes Inequalities Karl VON HOLDT. Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales de la UNAM Authors and Papers Cesar RODRIGUEZ-GARAVITO. Universidad Ricardo Palma. Argentina Authors and Papers Paul SINGER. Hong Kong Apple Dream.Salón de Actos Chair: Raquel SOSA ELÍZAGA.Salón de Actos Chair: Alicia I. Argentina Hegemonic Crisis and Latin American Critical Thought Marta SOLER.19:45 775 Plenary Session IV: Public Sociology Location: Assembly Hall . Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Buenos Aires. PALERMO. South Africa From Public Sociology to Critical Sociology and Back: The Cycles of Sociological Activism  96  .

Argentina and Alba CAROSIO.Salón de Actos Chair: Pablo GENTILI. Univeridad de Buenos Aires and Federico SCHUSTER. Ricardo SIDICARO.Open Forum Thursday 2 August 20:15 . Buenos Aires. President. Buenos Aires. Paulo Henrique MARTINS. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Universidad de Buenos Aires. CLACSO.Salón de Actos Chairs: Silvia Lago MARTÍNEZ. Co-founder Association Madres de Plaza de Mayo. Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires. Brazil. President Servicio Paz y Justicia. CLACSO. Asociación Latinoamericana de Sociología. Buenos Aires. Argentina Friday 3 August 20:15 . Argentina  97  . Argentina and Julián REBON. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina Panelists: Adolfo PÉREZ ESQUIVEL. Argentina Panelists: Sergio CALETTI. Centro de Estudios de la Mujer Discussants: Marcelo LANGIERI. Argentina and Inés IZAGUIRRE.21:45 610 OPEN FORUM II: Processes of Democratization in Latin America / Procesos de Democratización en Latinoamérica Location: Assembly Hall . Argentina and Adriana CLEMENTE.21:45 418 OPEN FORUM I: Social Justice and Democratization in Argentina / Justicia Social y Democratización en Argentina Location: Assembly Hall . Universidad de Buenos Aires. Inés CORTIÑAS. Univesidad Nacional de Quilmes. Argentina. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales. Argentina Discussants: Beatriz WEHLE.

Nuevo edificio {OB} = Old Building .Session Details APT = Amphitheatre .Viejo edificio {*} = Distributed Paper  98  .Anfiteatro {NB} = New Building .

Sociological Practice RC29 Deviance and Social Control RC30 Sociology of Work RC31 Sociology of Migration RC32 Women in Society RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology RC34 Sociology of Youth RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis RC36 Alienation Theory and Research RC37 Sociology of Arts RC38 Biography and Society RC41 Sociology of Population RC42 Social Psychology RC43 Housing and Built Environment RC44 Labor Movements RC45 Rational Choice RC46 Clinical Sociology RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements RC48 Social Movements. Knowledge and Culture RC15 Sociology of Health RC17 Sociology of Organization RC18 Political Sociology RC19 Sociology of Poverty.RC02 Economy and Society RC03 Community Research RC04 Sociology of Education RC05 Racism. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC07 Futures Research RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC10 Participation. Collective Actions and Social Change RC49 Mental Health and Illness RC51 Sociocybernetics RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups RC53 Sociology of Childhood RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences RC55 Social Indicators WG01 Sociology of Local-Global Relations WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology WG05 Famine and Society TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty TG05 Visual Sociology TG06 Institutional Ethnography TG07 Senses and Society JS Joint Sessions ALAS AAS Sessions  99  . Organizational Democracy and Self-Management RC11 Sociology of Aging RC12 Sociology of Law RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC14 Sociology of Communication. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC20 Comparative Sociology RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC22 Sociology of Religion RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC24 Environment and Society RC25 Language and Society RC26 Sociotechnics.

York University.14:00 102 Alternatives to neoliberal globalization: Comparing counter-hegemonic projects . York University.Part I Joint Session RC07 Futures Research (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society  100  . Knowledge. and Carla LIPSIG-MUMME. USA Authors and Papers Hiroshi TAROHMARU. USA Authors and Papers Felipe FILOMENO. Australia Trends in global wealth inequality from a world systems theory perspective Hiroshi SETOOKA. Curtin University. Ecology Location: 410 {NB} Session Organizers: William CARROLL. Canada Social economy. Kyoto University.Research Committees RC02 12:30 . University of California-Riverside. USA Seeds of change: The mobilization of farmers as knowledge-users Caleb GOODS. Japan On the so-called “new middle class citizens” as the powers of the changing capitalist system 12:30 .J. Japan Industry. University of Victoria. University of Canberra. Johns Hopkins University. occupation and income inequality in global cities and rural area Jenny CHESTERS. Milos DEBNAR and Daisuke YASUI. USA Open-source education Economy and Society Programme Coordinator: William CARROLL. Canada. Komazawa University.12:15 63 Global Stratification Location: 410 {NB} Session Organizer: Hiroko INOUE. University of Texas. University of Victoria. and alternative energy: The privatization of energy work through environmentalism Bryan STEPHENS. McMURTRY.14:00 126 Political Economy. the state. Canada Wednesday 1 August 10:45 . Australia Greening the Australian automotive industry J.

USA Authors and Papers Christopher CHASE-DUNN and Hiroko INOUE. Mexico New trends in South-South Latin American cooperation Kathleen SCHWARTZMAN. United Kingdom Feminism and the future of capitalism Gloria BONDER. Gender. Martin GASSER. University of Fribourg. state and economy: The need of a multiple mainstreaming Nadya GUIMARAES. 2010 10:45 . Yi-jr LIN and Ke-Wei LU. FLACSO. France Embedded regulation and social inequalities: The blurry frontier between domestic employment and professional care. legitimacy and gender diversity in corporate governance Julian CARDENAS. a nation dependent upon a declining hegemon? Meindert FENNEMA and Eelke HEEMSKERK. Colombia Transnational corporate elite networks in Latin America Ray-May HSUNG. USA Latin America in the modern world-system: World revolutions and the evolution of global governance Alexis ALVAREZ and Rebecca ALVAREZ. Lancaster University. Brazil and Helena HIRATA. Val BURRIS. University of Amsterdam. 2005. National Chengchi University.16:00 166 Latin America and global social change Location: 410 {NB} Session Organizer: Christopher CHASE-DUNN. USA Human rights in pink tide regimes Daniele BENZ and Giuseppe LO BRUTTO. Netherlands Authors and Papers Roy BARNES. Netherlands Female directors as signalling device: Status. economists & public decision making Location: 410 {NB} Session Organizer: Mariana HEREDIA. CNRS. University of California-Riverside. Brazil in a comparative perspective Sarah KERSTEN. USA Diversity of ties and political contributions 12:30 .Location: APT 16 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . USA. University of CaliforniaRiverside. University of Amsterdam. University of Antioquia. Wayne State University. Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla. Argentina. Argentina  101  . China.14:00 291 Economy. University of Oregon. University of California-Riverside. state and economy Location: 410 {NB} Session Organizer: Heidi GOTTFRIED. Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Dynamic networks of interlocked directorates in Taiwan semiconductor industry: 1995. USA Authors and Papers Sylvia WALBY. Switzerland How do economic downturns affect gender inequality within working arrangements? A comparison of Swiss regions {*} Thursday 2 August 09:00 – 10:30 206 Diversity in corporate networks Location: 410 {NB} Session Organizers: Meindert FENNEMA and Eelke HEEMSKERK. University of Michigan-Flint. University of Arizona.12:15 275 Theorizing gender. 2000. Michael NOLLERT and Sebastian SCHIEF. University of São Paulo. USA What will be the fate of Mexico.

USA Conflict and consensus among elite economists in the state: Network structures and competition for influence in Mexico and Argentina Karin FISCHER.Actors. and ideas Hernán RAMÍREZ. Canada 12:30 . Università degli studi di Milano. Universidade Federal de São Carlos. Brazil La imbricación estado. Brazil The debate on the new developmentalism in Brazil: A division within neoliberal ideas? {*} Joint Session RC07 Futures Research (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society Location: APT 16 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . France Do economists hold power? The role of economists in the French railway market liberalization (1970-2011) Iagê MIOLA. University of Victoria.12:15 486 Informal economies and the ethnography of economic life Location: 410 {NB} Session Organizer: Daniel FRIDMAN. livelihoods and social-environmental interactions Joint Session RC24 Environment and Society (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society Location: 303 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . Institute of Sociology. UC Chile. University of Lille 1.17:45 396 RC02 Business Meeting Location: 410 {NB} Friday 3 August 09:00 – 10:30 425 Conflicting economies. Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos. grupos dominantes y think tanks en los orígenes del neoliberalismo del cono Sur Jose Marcos NOVELLI.14:00 287 Alternatives to neoliberal globalization: Comparing counter-hegemonic projects . Chile Ambiguous agreement around the “regulatory state”: How the resolution of an academic controversy impacted on state-building in Chile Jean FINEZ. National Research University Higher School of Economics. USA How is “political technocracy” possible? Economic expertise and politics in China and Latin America Tod VAN GUNTEN. institutions.Part II  102  . Yale University. Brazil Economic knowledge on the Brazilian debate on poverty .Authors and Papers Yingyao WANG. University of Wisconsin-Madison. Italy Clash of rationalities? Economic science and legal reasoning in the production of competition policy in Brazil Konstantin FURSOV. Russia Mathematical economics in the USSR as an intellectual movement: Theory of optimal functioning socialist economy Márcia CUNHA. University of São Paulo.16:00 351 Organizing markets Joint session RC17 Sociology of Organization (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society Location: 433 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 16:15 . Austria Networks of power: Central bankers in Latin America Antoine MAILLET.

Lagos State University. Part II Location: 410 {NB} Session Organizer: Alejandra SALAS-PORRAS. Brazil Elites estratégicas y cambio institucional: La construcción del proyecto post-neoliberal en Argentina y Brasil  103  .Authors and Papers Cecília Elisabeth BARBOSA SOARES. formación.12:15 493 Organizing the production of alternative visions to support social justice Joint session RC44 Labor Movements (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society Location: 29 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Argentina. Mexico Changes in the composition and organization of the Mexican business elite Alejandra SALAS-PORRAS. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Brazil Crisis. México Democracy. Turkey An informal sphere: The “pirate taxi” drivers Olabisi YUSUFF. UFRJ. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Brazil The rootless copy: An approach to the counterfeit consumption in Rio de Janeiro Maria Raquel LIMA. financial crisis and economic alternatives Daniel BIN. Renato BOSCHI and Flavio GAITÁN. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. University of Buenos Aires. University of Brasilia. Part I Location: 410 {NB} Session Organizer: Alejandra SALASPORRAS. Argentina La recomposición de la elite económica Argentina entre 1976-2001 Karina ASSIS. Brazil Las elites económicas y políticas en el Brasil contemporáneo {*} 10:45 . IDAES/ UNSAM-CONICET. Nigeria Ethnography study of informal economic activities of rural women in South-West Nigeria Ariel WILKIS. Argentina El tiempo del dinero: Etnografías sobre la velocidad de circulaciones monetarias Cristina PUGA and Matilde LUNA. Istanbul University. Chile Big business in Chile: An assessment of macro-regional class formation Alicia GIRÓN. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. UFSCar. IESP-UERJ. Orígenes. CONICET-UBA. trayectorias y experiencias de los miembros del poder ejecutivo nacional durante el último cuarto del siglo XX Gastón BELTRAN. Ana Gabriela CASTELLANI. Brazil. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Mexico Authors and Papers Karin FISCHER. Institute of Sociology. Brazil Economies of waste: Work with recyclable materials and the natives logics of value (re)creation Filiz BALOGLU and Burhan BALOGLU.16:00 585 Neoliberalism and recomposition of Latin American elites. Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Argentina. public debt and financialization of the Brazilian economy 12:30 -14:00 540 Neoliberalism and recomposition of Latin American elites. Mexico Authors and Papers Eli DINIZ. Mexico De-nationalizing state elites in Mexico Paula CANELO. Mariana HEREDIA. Argentina Transformaciones recientes en las elites gubernamentales argentinas. CESE-IDAES/UNSAM y CONICET.

University of Victoria. Argentina Authors and Papers Jaiane PEREIRA1. ENS/EHESS/CNRS. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento. Universidade Federal de São Carlos. Argentina Notas sobre el estado y la apropiación del excedente en las teorías neoschumpeterianas de la innovación y el desarrollo {*} Saturday 4 August 09:00 . (2) Universidade Estadual de Maringá. Universidade Federal de Goiás. Argentina Entre la caja fuerte y la "timba": Tensiones en torno de las instituciones financieras en las sociedades contemporáneas Nicolás VIOTTI. IDAES/UNSAM–CONICET. Universidad de Buenos Aires. University of California. Brazil. Canada Authors and Papers Martina LOEW and Florian STOLL. France Multiple realities and contradictions within the transnational corporation 10:45 . Birmingham. Germany Practices of time and space in hairdressers in Frankfurt.” Deal by Deal Mariana LUZZI. IDAES-UNSAM. FLACSO. Argentina and Martín SCHORR. University of Michigan. Argentina Alianzas público-privadas: La industria del software. Experiencias en Argentina e India Francesco VIGLIAROLO. Universidad Nacional de San Martin. Federal University of Pelotas. Argentina ¿Más desarrollo y menos dependencia? El actual proceso de transnacionalización de la burguesía argentina Lorena COBE. (3) Unifamma.10:30 642 The ethnography of economic life Location: 410 {NB} Session Organizer: Daniel Fridman. UBA. Brazil Towards an economic sociology of the investment and religious practices in Brazil Marina DE SOUZA SARTORE. Alessandra CENERINO3.12:15 661 Economic sociology: New approaches from Latin America Location: 410 {NB} Session Organizer: Gaston BELTRAN. USA Beneath the Model: From “Developing Nation” to “Emerging Market. FLACSO. (1) Faculdade de Jandaia do Sul. Dortmund and Glasgow Frederick WHERRY. Márcia Cristina DAVID de SOUZA4 and Cristiani PASSOLONGO NOVELI2. IIGG-UBA and Santiago CUNIAL. Technische Universität Darmstadt. Argentina Finanzas y poder en el capitalismo contemporáneo: La configuración de la elite bancaria en la Argentina de la década de 1990 Erica Ambiel JULIAN. Argentina The socio-economic phenomenology: A relational approaches Carmen CINCUNEGUI. USA The analytics of economic ethnographies Leslie SALZINGER. Brazil A experiência internacional na formação de executivos de empresas transnacionais brasileiras {*} Michel VILLETTE. University of Buenos Aires. Brazil Economic sociological view of the SRI market in Brazil Dora ORLANSKY. Argentina La vida económica de la nueva religiosidad en los sectores medios urbanos: Un análisis etnográfico sobre el movimiento the art of living en Argentina  104  . Brazil. Universitat Rovira i Virgili.Andres WAINER. Spain Aglomeraciones industriales en regiones periféricas: El intercambio de recursos con el territorio {*} Carina BORRASTERO. Maurício REINERT2. Brazil. Brazil Expandindo as possibilidades de compreensão da inovação: Alternativas da sociologia econômica Elaine Silveira LEITE. (4) União Dinâmica de Faculdades Cataratas.

asociaciones y desarrollo económico local {*} Authors and Papers Federico MANCHÓN. Argentina La visión acerca de la política económica en los principales actores socioeconómicos de la Argentina de comienzos de los años '90 Luciene RODRIGUES and Maria Elizete GONÇALVES. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Xochimilco. Felipe PEREZ. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Argentina Desentrañando las características de un emergente estado post-neoliberal en Argentina: Representaciones del gobierno nacional de los ajustes estructurales solicitados por el FMI en el canje de la deuda externa 2003-2005 Nicolás DVOSKIN. Universidad de Buenos Aires.14:00 715 RC02 Round Table 1: Focus on Latin America Location: 22 {OB} Authors and Papers Hernán FAIR. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. nueva economía. Paulo Thiago MELO and Rodrigo CORTEZ. Copenhagen Business School. Universidade do Estado de Mato Grosso. Brazil O papel das políticas públicas na redução das desigualdades de renda no Brasil Rafael PALACIOS.Universidad de Buenos Aires. Brazil Las posibles relaciones entre capital social. CONICET-UBA-UNGS. Brazil Seeking for new patterns of development in Brazil: The case of a science park in São Paulo state Sven BISLEV. Argentina La nueva seguridad social latinoamericana: Nuevos derechos. Denmark Reforming the welfare states in new growth economies and mature welfare states Helena SALES. CONICET. Universidade Federal da Paraíba. Brazil Las cooperativas: ¿Hacia la inclusión social y generación de ingresos de los recolectores en el siglo XXI? Diana Carolina HERNANDEZ PATIÑO. CONICET/ UBA. Argentina La "plaza del sí": Medios y reformas estructurales en los años '90 en Argentina 716 RC02 Round Table 2: Politics. Mallmann CENTENARO. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Colombia Ciudadanía y subjetividad en la crisis de la modernidad: Multitudes en la red Miguel Ángel VITE PEREZ. ¿nueva democracia? Micaela BALDONI. Argentina Desajustes y solapamientos entre elites de posición y decisión Eduardo GÁLVEZ. Venezuela Nuevos desafíos de la política económica de américa Latina mediante la producción de conocimiento: Desafíos de la política de estado en Venezuela Alejandro Gabriel MANZO. Mexico Modificaciones en la gobernanza internacional del sistema financiero internacional Vanessa ROCHA. FLACSO. Brazil. IPN. Ciencias Económicas. Economy and Society Location: 25 {OB}  105  . University of São Paulo. Brazil The quality of life concept in Jurerê internacional territorial development 12:30 . Argentina Domestic production and neoliberalism at the borders Rafael G. Mexico Una lectura sociológica de la macroeconomía de los servicios en las zonas metropolitanas de Michoacán Mariana GENÉ.Angela ESTER. Argentina Economical crisis and large employers’ economical preferences in Argentina (1989-2003) 717 RC02 Round Table 3: States and Economies: case studies Location: 26 {OB} Authors and Papers Eugenia MOREY. Universidade Estadual de Montes Claros. Universidade do Vale do rio Dos Sinos. FELIZARDO.

India Socio-cultural dynamics of institutions among the Sugalis of South India Vladimir VITOVSKY. Eastern Africa Eswarappa KASI. Universidad Pablo de Olavide. USA and Marios VRYONIDES. University of Coimbra. Spain 28 RC10RC04 Part I: Round Table 2 Participation and Citizenship Joint Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) Location: 25 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Spain and Rachel HARVEY. University of Houston. Portugal Los desafíos de la justicia comunitaria en Brasil: Hacia un nuevo sentido común de justicia 16:15 . Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee)  106  .16:00 736 Organizing global and domestic finances Joint Session RC17 Sociology of Organization RC02 Economy and Society (host committee) Location: 410 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Authors and Papers Soichiro SHIRAISHI. Nairobi Research Station.14:30 . Cyprus RC03 Community Research Programme Coordinators: Clemente NAVARRO.10:30 27 Wednesday 1 August RC10RC04 Part I: Round Table 1 Stakeholders in School and Work Joint Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation. Universidad Pablo de Olavide. Gary DWORKIN. European University Cyprus. National Institute of Rural Development. courts and local councils in rural Uganda. Columbia University.17:45 763 Knowledge based economies and networks of knowledge transfer Joint Session RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC02 Economy and Society (host committee) Location: 410 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions RC04 Sociology of Education Programme Coordinators: A. Kenya Handling democratic systems: Daily functions of police. USA 09:00 .10:30 19 Local Institutions/Global Frames: Dynamics of Durability and Transformation Location: 412 {NB} Chair: María Jesús RODRÍGUEZ GARCÍA.

Mexico Social commitment of higher education. Juarez Autonomous University of Tabasco. Part I Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizer: Anita HIRSCH ADLER.14:00 139 The role of professional ethics in promoting social compromise. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Mexico What is social responsibility? The perspective of the researchers from the National Autonomous University of Mexico Juan Martin LOPEZ-CALVA. Mexico Professional ethics in the social sciences in Mexico Ana Marcela MUNGARAY LAGARDA and Alfonso GARCÍA CORTES. UNAM. Japan. Mexico Ethics and professional commitment 12:30 . Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. responsibility and honesty in an educational task from the point of view of teaching post graduate professors Judith PÉREZ-CASTRO. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México. The case of the faculty of humanities at UABC Rodrigo LÓPEZ ZAVALA and Martha Lorena SOLÍS ARAGÓN. Mexico Considerations from professional ethics and professional skills. The National Autonomous University of Mexico. Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa. Mexico Unethical actions of professors in the communication discipline at the National Autonomous University of Mexico Yayoi YUKAWA1. Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla. Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Morelos. Mexico Chair: Maria Ligia De OLIVERA BARBOSA. Mexico Respect. Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas.10:30 39 The Role of Professional Ethics in Promoting Social Compromise. (1) Hitotsubashi University. (2) Hiroshima University. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) Location: 26 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Araceli BARRAGAN. Chisato KITANAKA2 and Mieko YOKOYAMA2. Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León. Mexico Ethical questions about professions: A strategy for the ethical education of college students towards social commitment  107  . Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Part II Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizer: Anita HIRSCH-ADLER. Brazil Authors and Papers Patricia AMARO GONZALEZ and Pedro ESPINOZA BACA. UNAM. Universidad Autonoma de Baja California. A professional ethics analysis Ana ESCALANTE and Marina IBARRA. Mexico Dilemmas in professional ethics of the researcher Guadalupe CHAVEZ-GONZALEZ. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Mexico Authors and Papers Amador BAUTISTA. Japan Researcher’s ethics in multi-authorship papers in natural sciences at Japanese universities: The intersection of harassment and scientific misconduct 09:00 . Mexico Chair: Anita HIRSCH ADLER.Location: 26 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 29 RC10RC04 Part I: Round Table 3 Expansion of Opportunities Joint Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation. Mexico Professional ethics and social commitment of the university Ibarra ROSALES GUADALUPE. Mexico How to teach professional ethics in graduate programs? Opinions of the professors-researchers from the Juarez autonomous university of Tabasco Martha Elizabeth CAMPOS HUERTA.

USA University completion by children of immigrants in western countries Thursday 2 August 09:00 . UBA. Gary DWORKIN. Australia Optimistic students: Occupational expectations of migrant youth in comparative perspective Dionysios GOUVIAS. United Kingdom Educational aspirations among ethnic minority youth in Brussels: Does the perception of ethnic discrimination in the labour market matter? A mixedmethod approach  108  . University of the Aegean. Porto Alegre. Syracuse University. Universidad Autónoma de Baja California. Russia Authors and Papers Joanna SIKORA and Lawrence J. Universidad Alberto Hurtado. methods and research findings Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizers: Analia MEO and Cora STEINBERG. Brazil The impact of cultural capital on secondary students performance in Brazil Flavia TERIGI. Céline TENEY. SAHA. CONICET-UNGS. Argentina Co-chairs: Analia MEO and Cora STEINBERG. United Kingdom The role of support staff and social inequalities in UK secondary schools – Putting ‘others’ back into policy Bernardo CAPRARA and Marilia RAMOS. Argentina. Meg MAGUIRE. University of Buenos Aires. City University London. Belgium. UBA. University of London. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento. King’s College London. University of Houston. Argentina Authors and Papers Annette BRAUN.10:30 229 Social inequalities and secondary education: Theories. United Kingdom. Germany and Laurie HANQUINET.Adriana FASSIO and Juan Jose GILLI. Argentina Social imaginaries of teaching ethics in two public administration schools in Argentina Edna LUNA and Armandina SERNA. Russian Academy of Sciences. Australian National University. familias y elección de escuelas secundarias: ¿Quién elige? 14:30 . Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung. ethnicity and immigration on schooling in a globalizing world Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizer: A. Université Libre de Bruxelles. Greece Youth and labour market(s) in Europe: ‘Opportunities’ or just ‘risks’? – Findings from the European social survey Perrine DEVLEESHOUWER. Chile and Alejandra FALABELLA. Argentina La escolarización de los adolescentes en los grandes centros urbanos: Aportes de tres investigaciones sobre régimen académico y trayectorias escolares Marie VERHOEVEN. USA Chair: David KONSTANTINOVSKY. Pontificia Universidad Católica. Bárbara BRISCIOLI. University of York. Chile Jóvenes. UNAM. Sociology.16:00 174 Opportunities and barriers to educational access and equity in developed nations: Issues of race. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. United Kingdom and Stephen BALL. Mexico University teachers: A comparative study between Mexico and Spain about the components of professional teaching ethics Eva ESCUTIA. Belgium Multiple embedded inequalities and cultural diversity in educational systems: A theoretical and empirical exploration Alejandro CARRASCO. and Ana Gracia TOSCANO. IACCHOS/GIRSEF. Mexico Media and professional values in students of communication and journalism at fes aragón UNAM Amy LUTZ.

Rosario AUSTRAL and Silvana TISSERA.10:30 222 C10RC04 Part II: Round Table 1 Profesionales. Argentina Violencia simbólica y construcción de los datos: El potencial de las metodologías participativas en la investigación con jóvenes en situación de pobreza Valeria DABENIGNO. Universidad de Chile. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) Location: 22 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 223 RC10RC04 Part II: Round Table 2 Desafíos de inclusión Joint Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation. Chile Democratisation through school choice? Rhetoric and reality in the Australian ‘education revolution’ 09:00 . University of Western Sydney. Hebrew University of Jerusalem. India Authoritarian school: A nurturing place for autocracy Angelo SOUZA. Mexico La representación de la globalización y el multiculturalismo en los libros de texto de historia mexicanos Joel WINDLE. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) Location: 25 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 224 C10RC04 Part II: Round Table 3 Desigualdad escolar Joint Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation.Ada FREYTES FREY. possibilities. Ministerio de Educación. Australia Co-chairs: Lawrence J. Brazil Educational policies and democratic administration of education in Brazil: Between managerialism and paternalism María Dolores BALLESTEROS PÁEZ. Australia and Carol REID. Australian National University. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Gary DWORKIN and Pamela TOBE. and consequences. Indian Sociological Society. Israel and Clara SABBAGH. Australia and Rodrigo ROCO FOSSA. universidades y conocimiento Joint Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation. Australia Authors and Papers Yvonne LEEMAN. Universidade Federal do Paraná. Argentina Inclusión educativa e involucramiento escolar. Monash University. USA Limits to democratic schooling and trust in an era of high-stakes accountability Nura RESH. Silvina LARRIPA. Israel Sense of justice as a hidden curriculum: Indicator of school democracy that affect democratic attitudes Manmohanjit HUNDAL. University of Western Sydney. Netherlands Contested spaces for democratic citizenship education A. ITESM. and national agendas in a globalizing world Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizers: Lawrence J. Australian National University. University of Humanistic Studies. University Arturo Jauretche. Argentina Educational inequality and social mobility in Argentina Thursday 2 August 10:45 . Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) Location: 26 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  109  . University of Haifa. SAHA. University of Houston. Perspectivas y acciones en cuatro instituciones estatales de la ciudad de Buenos Aires Agustin SALVIA and Diego QUARTULLI. SAHA. Australia and Carol REID.12:15 274 The democratic schooling: Limits.

16:00 329 Academic capitalism: Transformation of justice or democracy development? Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizer: Svetlana SHARONOVA. Brazil The challenge of dropout in public elementary schools: A case study in the city of Rio de Janeiro Cláudia CAVALCANTE. Trinidad and Tobago ‘Racialised facilitative capital’ and the paving of differential paths to achievement of afro-trinidadian boys Córa Hisae HAGINO. and graduation of underrepresented students 14:30 . Part I Joint Session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC04 Sociology of Education Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  110  . Russia Chair: Svetlana SHARONOVA. Scientific Research Institute of Social Systems. St. CONICET-Universidad Nacional de San Martín. USA Institutional efforts to promote recruitment. Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg.14:00 303 Leisure education: Social justice in life-long learning. Canada Teaching as an act of caregiving: Transforming the lived experience of people with alzheimer’s through access to educational programs Ravi RAMPERSAD. Argentina Chair: Ana GARCÍA DE FANELLI. Brazil Age-grade gap. El acceso a la universidad en la Argentina y los dilemas de las políticas institucionales Manoel ALMEIDA NETO. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. retention. Brazil Challenges related of retention and professionalization of lower-income students in higher education in Brazil: The case of students at a private university Gloria GONZALEZ and Kim C. Russia Authors and Papers Walter BARTL. United Kingdom Socially just academia? An exploration of the experiences of student parents in English higher education Jorge M. Germany Declining university participation in demographically shrinking regions? Sonia Regina THIAGO BASTOS and Thiago BASTOS DE SOUZA. College of Science. PUC-Rio. Technology and Applied Arts. National Council for Scientific and Technical Research. University of Bedfordshire. Tikhon’s Orthodox University. Argentina.12:30 . St. Argentina.14:00 297 Higher education policies to promote retention and graduation Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizer: Ana GARCÍA DE FANELLI. GOROSTIAGA and María Fernanda ARIAS. Russia Transformation of curricula under the influence of the academic capitalism 12:30 . American Dental Education Association. Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Goiás. a serious brazilian educacional problem Maria Luiza CANEDO and Alice XAVIER. University of Coimbra. Brazil Quota system and the new protagonists in a contemporary public higher education in Brazil Kathleen DOWNIE. Tikhon’s Orthodox University. Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais. Toronto District School Board. Karina LASTRA. Portugal The Bologna process and the Portuguese universities Elena AVDEEVA. D’ABREU. National Council for Scientific and Technical Research. Pablo FRANK ITALIA and Ana CAMBOURS DE DONINI. Argentina Authors and Papers Marie-Pierre MOREAU and Charlotte KERNER.

St. PERSSON. University of California. Taiwan. University West Macedonia. and Andrey REZAEV. Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. Linnaeus University. Colombia ¿Es la universidad una garantía de futuro? Los efectos de la educación superior en licenciados de sectores populares Lin MEI-LING. Juha HEDMAN and Päivi KAIPAINEN. Russian Academy of Sciences. France Choix d’orientation et hiérarchie des disciplines Evaggelia KALERANTE.17:45 380 Academic choices and barriers on the transition to tertiary education: Issues of social justice Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizer: Iasonas LAMPRIANOU. Russia Authors and Papers Florence BONNER. University of Eastern Finland. University of California. Cyprus Authors and Papers David KONSTANTINOVSKIY. University of York. and the common good in local perspective 16:15 . Russia Co-chairs: Walter ALLEN. Mexico Higher education and the social impact of the postgraduate studies in a Mexican university Gabriel TOLOSA CHACON. Universidad Nacional de Colombia. National Open University.12:15 496 RC04 Round Table 1: Democracy Location: 22 {OB} Chair: M’hammed SABOUR. Centre Maurice Halbwachs. Cyprus Chair: Iasonas LAMPRIANOU. and Andrey REZAEV. Russia Choices. University of Turku.10:30 421 As the world turns: Higher education for democratic participation or status quo elitism? Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizers: Walter ALLEN. Access to higher education: Fairness. USA Tertiary institutional transformation for minority women in STEM education Gabriela PLOTNO. Sociology and communication. University of Cyprus. Greece University level educational policy in economic crisis: Observations and interpretations by Albanian immigrant university students {*} 10:45 . USA. University of Cyprus.Daria TSUKANOVA. Turku. Russia Professional competences – One of democracy characteristics in academic capitalism Friday 3 August 09:00 . Howard University. France L’éducation comme stratégie de mobilité sociale dans les familles marginalisées à la ville de Bogotá Bernard CONVERT. transformations and barriers Magnus X. innovation. Finland  111  . equality of opportunities and labour market outcomes from baby boomers to recent generations – The case of Finland Paul WAKELING. Petersburg State University. Sweden Should I stay or should I go? How choice to become an upper secondary schoolteacher are structured Osmo KIVINEN. Finland Educational expansion. USA. National Autonomous University of Mexico. St. United Kingdom Effectively maintained inequality or sponsored mobility? The case of postgraduate education in the UK Ingrid BEJARANO. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Petersburg State University. Argentina Higher education and the role of family background: Reproduction of the social structure? Anita HIRSCH.

Stockholm University. Universidad de Chile. Spain How to promote effective participatory schools in the managerial era: The case of successful democratic schools in Europe 497 RC04 Round Table 2: Teachers and schooling Location: 25 {OB} Chair: Mariano FERNÁNDEZ-ENGUITA. Taiwan Globalization policies for educational development and the attendant issues of social justice: The case of Taiwan Felicia PICANÇO. Swedish National Agency for Education. Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales. Argentina Elegir una escuela para un estudiante sordo o hipoacúsico: La desigualdad de oportunidades educativas desde la perspectiva de las familias 499 RC04 Round Table 4: Educational issues of globalization Location: 26 {OB} Chair: Jason Chien-chen CHANG. Brazil Teachers and the schooling democratization: Who is this subject in the inequality Brazilian context? Mariano FERNÁNDEZ-ENGUITA. DGETI-CBTis 76. national and state-based pressures for teachers in Australian schools: The toll on teacher wellbeing. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Chile Los niños y las niñas migrantes latinoamericanos en la escuela chilena. Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Morelos. Sweden Democracy in school Óscar PRIETO-FLORES. United Kingdom Democratic schooling in a global context Jason Chien-chen CHANG. Mexico. Taiwan Authors and Papers Jack DEMAINE. Universidade Federal do Paraná. Loughborough University. Etnografía en el patio de recreo: Jugando y tensionando identidades nacionales Carolina NAJMIAS. educación y desarrollo en América Latina Dery Lorena SUÁREZ-CABRERA. Sweden and Anna TOROPOVA. Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. University of Eastern Finland. Mexico Desigualdad. Universidad Complutense. Finland Education. University of Girona. and Cesar FONSECA.Authors and Papers M’hammed SABOUR. knowledge and democracy: Taking Freire and Bourdieu to the Moroccan academic field Ingrid BAMBERG. Universidad Complutense. the capacity to innovate and opportunities for democratic and socially just education Luciana SANTOS LENOIR. Australia Global. Mexico Professional values in highschool teachers Andréa GOUVEIA and Vinicius Wagner OLIVEIRA SANTOS. Chinese Culture University. Universidade Estadual de Montes Claros. Rio de Janeiro Federal University. Chinese Culture University. Brazil Who goes and who stays: Betting on higher education in the context of expansion Anne-Marie MORGAN. University of South Australia. France Schooling practices in democratic South Africa: What education policy and fieldwork say about social justice and equity Ann-Kristin BOSTROM. Spain Teachers and social network services: Uses for mobilization and legitimation purposes 498 RC04 Round Table 3: Educational issues in Latin America Location: 26 {OB} Authors and Papers Maira Yuritzi BECERRIL TINOCO. Spain Authors and Papers Marina IBARRA. Brazil Globalization and the paradigm of democratic education in Brazil  112  .

Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. University of Haifa. Chile Civic knowledge and political participation in unequal contexts: Six Latin American countries in comparative perspective Lawrence J. Israel. UNED. Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias. USA and Eric HAAS. WestEd. Daniel MIRANDA. España Pedro NUNEZ. USA Beyond “idealized” models in citizenship education: Embodied cognition. SAHA. Mexico Ethics violence and an education professional Manmohanjit HUNDAL.500 RC04 Round Table 5: Issues of ethics in education Location: 33 {OB} Chair: Esther IBARRA ROSALES. Portugal Authors and Papers Rodrigo MARTÍNEZ NOVO. Martín BASCOPE and Jorge ESCOBAR.14:00 535 Justice in schools and civic education Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizers: Nura RESH. Australia Student perceptions of the “just world” of the school: Impact on future career and civic behaviors Marios VRYONIDES. Spain Las desigualdades del conocimiento innovador: Una aproximación espacio temporal en el marco de la educación superior  113  . USA 12:30 . India Dithering school in inculcating morality: Plight of Indian school system Esther IBARRA ROSALES. The Institute for Social Research. Gary DWORKIN. Indian Sociological Society. University of Houston. Mexico and Valentín FÉLIX SALAZAR. University of Houston. metaphors and democracy Authors and Papers Eustolia DURÁN PIZAÑA. University of Haifa. Australian National University.10:30 640 Social compromise in higher education for social cohesion Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizer: Antonio TEODORO. and Clara SABBAGH. Cyprus Challenging multiculturalism: Interethnic violence in schools in Cyprus Saturday 4 August 09:00 .16:00 589 RC04 Business Meeting Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizer: A. Israel. Portugal Chair: Antonio TEODORO. Gary DWORKIN. European University Cyprus. Israel Authors and Papers Juan Carlos CASTILLO. Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Argentina Las percepciones de las personas jóvenes sobre la "justicia": Distribución de bienes escasos y resolución de conflictos en el espacio escolar Branislava BARANOVIC and Sasa PUZIC. Croatia School climate and conflicts among pupils Gustavo FISCHMAN. Arizona State University. Hebrew University of Jerusalem. UNED. España The ethical dimension of education in Latin America: An international perspective 14:30 . FLACSO-CONICET. Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa. USA Chair: A. Cristián COX. and Clara SABBAGH. Escuela Normal de Sinaloa. Israel Co-chairs: Nura RESH.

Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. National Pedagogical University of Colombia. Universidad de la República. Argentina Tabúes sobre sexualidad y género en docentes de escuelas públicas argentinas 10:45 .Adriana MARRERO and Leandro PEREIRA DE LOS SANTOS. Un modelo alternativo de inclusión en la escuela 10:45 . Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Universidade Federal de Pelotas.12:15 667 Leisure education: Social justice in life-long learning. Brazil The hierarchy between teaching and bachelor degrees in different areas of knowledge: An analysis of gender inequality Marilia MOSCHKOVICH. Lukas PASOS and Juan MARTINEZ. Part II Joint Session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC04 Sociology of Education Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  114  . University of Buenos Aires. Brazil Distance education. Uruguay Análisis comparado de trayectorias académicas de varones y mujeres. Sweden Gender consciousness in the classroom generates social justice and democracy outside it Laís PATROCINO. Universidad de la República. Uruguay Las paradojas de los mecanismos de inclusión social: Un estudio de casos sobre nueve universidades del MERCOSUR Fernando ESTEBAN. Universidad Católica Argentina. ANEP. Un estudio de casos múltiples en la universidad pública de Uruguay Ann-Katrin WITT and Marta CUESTA.12:15 683 Social distinctions and gender patterns in higher education and opportunities and barriers on the labor market Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizer: Ann-Katrin WITT. Graciela CAFFERATTA and Javier ACUÑA PÉREZ. Argentina Higher education. Argentina and Dan ADASZKO. State University of Campinas. information and production teams: Connections necessary for the production of teaching materials Maria Cecilia LOREA LEITE. Sweden Co-chair: M CUESTA. Brazil Images of justice: Contributions to rethinking the curriculum and legal pedagogy Jhon PINZON. Colombia Pedagogia de las drogas. Uruguay. Halmstad University. Halmstad University. Halmstad University. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Brazil Gender differences and inequalities in the Brazilian academic careers Ana Lía KORNBLIT and Sebastián Ezequiel SUSTAS. Sweden Authors and Papers Cecilia TOMASSINI. economic development and international emigration of high skilled population in Latin America and Caribbean Claudia CUNHA.

Brazil Expectations about higher education in City of God. Brazil: Does diversification in access make a difference? June Alisson CRUZ. What does it mean for developing and under-developed countries in the global 21st century? Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizer: Shaheeda ESSACK. Julio Adriano Ferreira REIS. UNLP-IDHICS-CONICET. Department of Higher Education. Brazil Discussant: Adriana MARRERO. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Taiwan Pursuing ideology or conforming reality: Why does education shift its function from equity to competitiveness in the era of globalization? Chou-Sung YANG. Taiwan Rethinking the nature of ‘national basic education’ reform in Taiwan: The promotion of social justice? 16:15 . Jorge GAIO and Tomas Sparano MARTINS. Roberta DA ROCHA. USA Comprehensive access and outcomes: Modeling the impacts on student-level outcomes of attention to resourcing tertiary education opportunities for underserved students 14:30 . Brazil The differential access to labor market positions of higher occupational prestige and the type of organizational management of higher education institutions Laura Inés ROVELLI. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Brazil Two-faced democratization: The recent expansion of Brazil’s vocational education Catherine HORN. Rosa MARTINS.12:30 . Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná. Universidad de la República. National Chung Cheng University. South Africa Chair: Shaheeda ESSACK. Luci Michelon LOHMANN.16:00 750 Twenty years of educational democratization in Taiwan: Forms and consequences Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizer: Jason Chien-chen CHANG. National Chi Nan University. Taiwan Chair: Jason Chien-chen CHANG.17:45 759 Education: A catalyst for human development. Brazil Chair: Maria Ligia De OLIVERA BARBOSA. National University of Tainan. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. sustainable equity and enduring redress. Taiwan Authors and Papers Tien-Hui CHIANG. cultural diversity and multiculturalism education in Taiwan Sheng Yao CHENG. Argentina How far higher education expansion in Argentina is it contributing to greater social equality? Rosana HERINGER. Federal University for Minas Gerais. Universidade de Brasilia. National Chung Cheng University. University of Houston. Department of Higher Education. South Africa Authors and Papers Ana Lorena BRUEL. Uruguay Authors and Papers Antonio PRATES.14:00 723 The policies for tertiary education: Does diversification mean democratization? Location: APT 10 {OB} Session Organizer: Maria Ligia De OLIVERA BARBOSA. Brazil Corporate and tax structures in Brazilian higher education Stefan KLEIN. Matheus FALEIRO and Túlio PAULA. Chinese Culture University. Brazil Educational opportunities distribution: Analysis elements over the access to public school of the Rio de Janeiro municipality  115  . Taiwan Tolerance. Taiwan A study on social justice and afterschool programs in Taiwan Feng-Jihu LEE. Chinese Culture University.

University of East London. Mexico Education in poverty contexts. University of Texas at El Paso.14:00 114 Diaspora and ethno-national conflict Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizers: Ipek DEMIR. United Kingdom Chair: Nira YUVAL-DAVIS.10:30 36 Researching racism and nationalism in an increasingly challenging academic environment Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizers: Karim MURJI. United Kingdom Chair: Peter RATCLIFFE. Canada Some challenges of contemporary research on ethnic and race relations in Canadian universities Karim MURJI.Sheng-Yih CHUANG. USA The attack on Latina/o human rights in the United States: Theoretical and methodological challenges Ann DENIS. Université d’Ottawa. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations Programme Coordinator: Ann DENIS. Nigeria Functional rural education: The path to social justice and true democracy in Nigeria Nydia VALENZUELA. Part I Joint Session RC38 Biography and Society RC05 Racism. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations (host committee) Location: 454 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Racism.12:15 89 Where Are You From? Experiences of Exclusion. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. University of Warwick. Universidad de Buenos Aires. and Nira YUVAL-DAVIS. USA. University of Texas at San Antonio. Open University. USA. Russian State Social University. United Kingdom . Taiwan Barriers and borders of social justice and education reform: A view from global democracy Lygia COSTA and Mariane KOSLINSKI. Russia Questionable theoretical statements on racism Jorgelina LOZA. United Kingdom. Canada Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . National Kaohsiung Normal University. University of Agriculture. Sam Houston State University. University of East London. United Kingdom  116  12:30 . Mexico Fighting exclusion in Latin American education Adolphus NASWEM and Egri EJEMBI. Open University. and Maria Cristina MORALES. Karen Manges DOUGLAS. and Peter RATCLIFFE. United Kingdom Critical public scholarship? Race and ethnic studies in the public sphere RC05 10:45 . United Kingdom. UNAM. University of Warwick. Université d’Ottawa. Argentina La idea de nación en el presente latinoamericano: Un recorrido por tres países de la región Rogelio SÁENZ. Marginalization and Racism. Tecnológico de Monterrey. Brazil Impacts of educational inequalities on class structure in Brazil 2001-2009 Raquel SOSA ELÍZAGA. University of Leicester. the role of parents’ participation in public primary schools Authors and Papers Dina TANATOVA.

Authors and Papers Ulrike VIETEN. parallel society and multiculturalism in 19th century America Glenda BALLANTYNE.14:00 122 Leisure. Swinburne University of Technology. Georg-August-University of Goettingen. Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México. UNIFESP. Mexico  117  . El Colegio Mexiquerise. Australia Tradition and innovation in diasporic Turkish Alevi identity Zeynep BAYKAL.10:30 201 Contemporary racisms. problematic positionalities and marginalised voices: The methodological challenge Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizer: Alice FELDMAN. Netherlands Multiplying diasporic identities and living intersected belonging Y. Turkey Between assimilation and survival: Laz community in Turkey 14:30 . Charles University. Canada Nation. Ireland Chair: Alice FELDMAN. urbanization. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations Location: 31 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . Part I Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizers: Daniel GUTIERREZ MARTINEZ.16:00 193 Social Positioning in Comparative/ Historical Perspective Joint Session WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology (host committee) RC05 Racism. citizenship and belonging: Negotiating Muslim cultural politics in Canada Selma MUHIC DIZDAREVIC. migration and ethnic relations Joint Session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC05 Racism. USA Ethos and logos in Israeli citizenship: Discourse analysis of civic studies textbooks Rixta WUNDRAK. Brazil Diasporas. Free University Amsterdam. University College. Germany and Nadine BLUMER. University College. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Middle East Technical University. Istanbul Technical University. Canada The German-American hyphen: Leading culture. Ireland 14:30 . Turkey The role of transnational bonds in self-positioning of Armenians in Turkey José Lindomar COELHO ALBUQUERQUE. University of Toronto.16:00 186 Violencia e interculturalidad / Violence and interculturality. Czech Republic Racism and discrimination in the Czech Republic 2009-2011 Ayse SERDAR. Germany Othering and territorial claims in the PalestinianIsraeli context Jasmin ZINE. Mexico Chair: Nelson ARTEAGA BOTELLO. Fairleigh Dickinson University. Michal BODEMANN. borders and ethnic and national conflict: The case of Brazilians in Paraguay Authors and Papers Riad NASSER. Mexico and Nelson ARTEAGA BOTELLO. University of Toronto. Wilfrid Laurier University. Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México.

Authors and Papers Joanna SADGROVE and Gill VALENTINE. University of Melbourne. University of Connecticut.16:00 343 Indigeneity. University of St. University of Connecticut. Ruhr-University Bochum. United Kingdom Chair: Scott POYNTING. Uppsala University. Sweden Media representations of migrant care workers in Swedish daily newspapers Hatice ÇOBAN KENES. Canada 10:45 . The University of Western Australia. Turkey This geography belongs to us… what I am. Thomas. USA and Millsom HENRY-WARING. Poland Between participatory research and standardized measurement process. United Kingdom Silent narratives: Exclusion in the biographical research process Karolina LUKASIEWICZ and Patrycja ANTOSZ. Germany A research-documentary project on experiences of racism Claudio CAVAS and Maria Inácia DAVILA NETO. USA White power activists’ use of virtual social space and its implications Celeste CASTIGLIONE. Leeds University. University of East London. autochthony and the politics of belonging Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizer: Nira YUVAL-DAVIS. University of Melbourne. Argentina Social representations of Latin American migrants in Argentine newspapers (1999-2007) Sandra TORRES. University of Leicester. United Kingdom Indigeneity and autochthony – In between claiming and defending rights Eva GERHARZ. University of East London. is…who calls for?: Belonging and national identity in Southeast Turkey  118  . Uppsala University. USA Authors and Papers Millsom HENRY-WARING. Middle East Technical University. Brazil Diaspora and Africa: Black identitary constructions in Brazil Abdolghayoum NEMATINIYA. Iowa State University. Germany Re-inventing tradition for the sake of “belonging there” – Ruptures and dissonances Özgür BAL. Australia Chair: Bandana PURKAYASTHA. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Nira YUVAL-DAVIS. methodological challenges in researching discrimination Rudolf LEIPRECHT. India Baloch of Iran and Pakistan: Major problems of social development of a southern Asian community Betty DOBRATZ. Jagiellonian University. Australia Limited emancipation online: Why constructions of ‘race’ and racisms are still evident in new social media Farida FOZDAR. Université d’Ottawa.14:00 310 RC05 Business Meeting Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizer: Ann DENIS. University of Buenos Aires. USA and Lisa WALDNER. Australia Diablogging about asylum seekers 14:30 . Interdisciplinary Centre for Education and Communication in Migration Processes. Turkey Reception of racist-discriminative media discourse 12:30 .12:15 276 Tracking contemporary racisms on virtual spaces and print media Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizers: Bandana PURKAYASTHA. Sweden and Jonas LINDBLOM. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.

El Colegio Mexiquense. traditional moderns?: Contrasts of modernity in postcolonial Latin America Friday 3 August 09:00 . Université d’Ottawa. Roehampton University. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Universidad de Los Lagos. Germany Modern traditions.12:15 485 Inclusion and exclusion in ethnically diverse non-settler societies Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizers: Vilna BASHI TREITLER. Universidad de Buenos Aires. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Floya ANTHIAS. racialization and migration Joint Session RC05 Racism. Universidad Nacional Autonóma de México. and the politics of belonging Carlos Javier COWAN ROS. Universidad Nacional de Salta. Mexico Doxa conquest and inequalities state policy in indigenous communities Patricia VIERA BRAVO. University of Warwick. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Brazil Kilombo: Historias de un pueblo sabio Adriana ZAFFARONI and Gerardo CHOQUE.10:30 441 Policies on inequality. Australia The framing of public debate on indigenous rights and asylum seekers: The foreign. Universidad de Santiago de Chile.Peter GALE. the feared. USA and Ann DENIS. Ludwig-MaximiliansUniversitaet Munich. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations (host committee) WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology Location: 454 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 16:15 . en el contexto de la (re)emergencia étnica en Yavi Daniel GUTIÉRREZ-MARTÍNEZ. University of South Australia. Argentina Diáspora y resistencia del pueblo Quilmes 10:45 . Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico. Mexico Chair: Natividad GUTIERREZ CHONG.17:45 392 Memoria indígena: ¿Otra dimensión de las luchas políticas actuales de los pueblos originarios de Latinoamérica? Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizers: Natividad GUTIERREZ CHONG and Claudia VILLAGRAN MUNOZ. Chile Discriminación y reconocimiento de los inmgirantes en Santiago de Chile: Una tipología de la aceptación y el rechazo al extranjero  119  . Canada Chair: Peter RATCLIFFE. Argentina La "comunidad" yaveña: (re)configuración de una modalidad organizativa y de un principio de adscripción kolla. Mexico Küme mongen: La reivindicación de la lógica ancestral del buen vivir mapuche para habitar territorios recuperados Omar Javier CASTILLO GARZA. City University of New York. Mexico ¡Aquí siempre han existido indígenas! La lucha memorial originaria en El Salvador y Uruguay para demandar reconocimiento y derechos Francisca FERNANDEZ. Mexico Authors and Papers Claudia VILLAGRAN. United Kingdom Transnational migrants and theorising stratification: Towards new paradigms of inequality Luis Eduardo THAYER. Chile Memorias andinas de resistencia: El cuerpo como territorio en disputa Maria Cristina LIMA.

University of Ottawa. and Vilna BASHI TREITLER. Japan Europeans in Japan . Chile Inmigración senegalesa en Argentina: Globalización y procesos de exclusión socio urbanos Sara BONFANTI. Utrecht University. UNR. Argentina Hacia la construcción de políticas interculturales en la Universidad Nacional de Salta Jock COLLINS. Canada A Canadian anomaly? The social construction of multicultural national identity Adriana ZAFFARONI and Álvaro GUAYMÁS. Argentina Construcciones raciales y étnicas de los inmigrantes latinoamericanos en Argentina a partir de las políticas migratorias Sofía FERNÁNDEZ. University of Johannesburg. Canada Mapping Quebecois sexual nationalism at times of “crisis of multicultural accommodation” Elke WINTER. Canada  120  . Universidad de Chile. University of Technology.experiences of differentiation and exclusion Authors and Papers Sirma BILGE.10:30 624 Hybridity. Deakin University.16:00 599 Social inclusion (or its absence) in settler societies Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizers: Ann DENIS. Part II Joint Session RC38 Biography and Society (host committee) RC05 Racism. South Africa Religious conversion. border crossings and indigenous knowledges Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizers: Vince MAROTTA and Paula MURACA. University of Montreal. Australia Social exclusion and inclusion of immigrant minorities in Australia Rachel BUSBRIDGE. Vanderbilt University. Turkey The unchanging other: The case of romani community in Turkey Milos DEBNAR. Netherlands National identification of immigrants and natives in the Netherlands {*} Gulcin CON. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Sweden Analyzing migrant youth’s patterns of social exclusion in Sweden: What role for ethnicization processes? Thomas DE VROOME.14:00 564 Where are you from? Experiences of exclusion. marginalization and racism. Deakin University. Umea University.Trica KEATON. Université d’Ottawa. Kyoto University. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations Location: 436 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Argentina Cultos pentecostales y procesos étnicos identitarios: La danza evangélica como aspecto diferencial significativo del pentecostalismo qom (toba) 14:30 . USA Chair: Ann DENIS. Universidad Nacional de Salta. Middle East Technical University. Université d’Ottawa. Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Argentina and Mary Luz ESTUPIÑAN. Australia Authors and Papers Lucila NEJAMKIS. City University of New York. Australia Co-chairs: Vince MAROTTA and Paula MURACA. USA Everyday anti-blackness and anti-racism in contemporary France Gisele KLEIDERMACHER. Israel (Re)constructing past and future in the settler colony Elli KRIEL. social inclusion and community under pressure: The South African Jewish experience 12:30 . Canada.

Freie Universität Berlin. Brazil The rise of diversity in contemporary educational policies Victor ARMONY.. Australia Discussant: Héctor CALLEROS RODRIGUEZ. University of Georgia. Germany Citizenship and nationhood in Turkey. ethnicity) Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizers: Natividad GUTIERREZ CHONG. Italy Migrant women’s political practices: Gender. Middle East Technical University.Patricia RICHARDS. raza y etnicidad en acción Sergio COSTA. Mexico Sistema de consulta de organizaciones indígenas y conflictos étnicos en las Américas (SICETNO) Gabriela CANEDO VASQUEZ. Mexico Chair: Paula MURACA. race. Mexico Authors and Papers Natividad GUTIERREZ CHONG. Bolivia Reconocimiento de la democracia comunitaria en el estado plurinacional boliviano Eran GUNDUZ. Netherlands Authors and Papers 10:45 . Mexico and Ulrike VIETEN. Turkey 12:30 . Brazil La moda por la civilización en Argentina y contra los argentinos Tatiane RODRIGUES. Netherlands Chair: Ulrike VIETEN.C. Universidade de São Paulo. University of Milan. Hacettepe University Institution of Population Studies. University of Quebec at Montreal. Aleksandër Xhuvani University. Centro Cuarto Intermedio. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.12:15 659 Del Sistema de Consulta de Organizaciones Indígenas y Conflictos Étnicos en las Américas (SICETNO) Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizer: Natividad GUTIERREZ CHONG. Free University Amsterdam. University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations Location: 446 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  121  . Turkey The dilemma of remaining in between: Case of Arab Alawitas in Turkey {*} Mustafa ISLEK. El Colegio de Tlaxcala A. race and ethnicity in action / Prácticas políticas de las mujeres migrantes: Género. Free University Amsterdam. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Turkey Forced migration and adaptation after Lausanne Convention: The case of Güzelyurt. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. USA Modernity/coloniality and conflicts over indigenous rights in the Chilean south Rana CAVUSOGLU.14:00 702 Democracies in transition: The political cultures of excluded groups (gender. Albania Roma minority situation during the long years of Albanian transition 10:45 .12:15 686 The ethics of intersectional politics and the challenges to alliances and coalition building in and outside academe Joint Session RC32 Women in Society (host committee) RC05 Racism. Germany Cultural rights and democratic legitimacy: Conceptual approaches and uses in Latin America Rafael MANTOVANI. Deakin University. Who is excluded? Daniela CHERUBINI. Canada A comparative perspective on the identification of minorities by governments in the Americas Elda GJERGJI. Federal University of Pernambuco.

Mexico. Mexico Authors and Papers Priscila Elisabete da SILVA. Mexico Chair: Daniel GUTIERREZ MARTINEZ. Argentina Relaciones interculturales en las instituciones escolar y judicial en Argentina: Modalidades de ejercicio de la violencia simbólica hacia los migrantes externos Pablo DI NAPOLI. Venezuela  122  . South Africa Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . El Colegio Mexiquense. Centro Nacional Patagónico.14:30 . Universidad de Buenos Aires. hacia una lectura del lugar del inmigrante en la ciudad de Puerto Madryn Anahi PATRICIA GONZALEZ and Gabriela PLOTNIK. Brazil Conquistas y resentimientos: La cuestión racial y su impacto en las movilizaciones sociopolíticas en Brasil y en los EE. and Daniel GUTIERREZ MARTINEZ. Universidad Central de Venezuela. USA. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Brazil and Ariel FINGUERUT. Racialization/ Ethnicization. University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. El Colegio Mexiquense.UU. Universidad Central de Venezuela. violencia y creación social 16:15 . Mexico Interculturalidad. University of Kwazulu-Natal. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations (host committee) Location: 454 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions RC07 Futures Research Programme Coordinators: Markus S.17:45 762 Inequality. Universidad de Buenos Aire. and Migration Joint Session WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology RC05 Racism. Venezuela Chair: Edgardo LANDER. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. SCHULZ. UNAM. Brazil Intercultural education and current rural education in Brazil: Political and pedagogical approaches Nelson ARTEAGA BOTELLO. El caso de los estudiantes tipificados como violentos Girleide Tôrres LEMOS. Federal University of Pernambuco.16:00 752 Violencia e interculturalidad / Violence and interculturality. and Janssen Felipe DA SILVA. Radhamany SOORYAMOORTHY. Universide de São Paulo. violencia y otredad. Argentina Racismo. Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México. Mexico and Edgardo LANDER. contemporáneos Sergio Andrés KAMINKER. Part II Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizers: Nelson ARTEAGA BOTELLO. Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México.10:30 8 Citizenship and Experiences of Participation / Ciudanía y Experiencias de Participación Location: APT 16 {OB} Session Organizers: Raquel SOSA ELÍZAGA. Brazil. Argentina Racialización y migrantes limítrofes.

University of Redlands. Brazil. Mexico The institutionalization of civic participation of NGOs in Mexico: The paradoxes of inclusion of new elites in the political system Mila IVANOVIC. Equality and Participation Location: APT 16 {OB} Session Organizer: Celi Scalon. Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo. inequality and social exclusion and the impact of education in Brazil David KONSTANTINOVSKIY. Université Paris 8/Labtop. Santa Clara University. clientelismo y liderazgo: Una inmersión desde abajo en los retos y callejones sin salida de la democracia venezolana del siglo XXI Andranik TANGIAN. USA Authors and Papers Sara SCHOONMAKER.12:15 84 Social Justice. and proposals for the future 12:30 . Brazil A dialogue between Judith Butler’s and Axel Honneth’s theory of recognition Thursday 2 August 09:00 . USA Forking digital inclusion: The development of LibreOffice and the document foundation Patricio FELDMAN and Celina FISCHNALLER. Taller Universitario de Derechos Humanos. Germany German parliamentary elections 2009. participation outcomes.Authors and Papers Federico ANAYA-GALLARDO. Russian Academy of Sciences. Part I Joint Session RC07 Futures Research RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) Location: 464 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . Brazil Poverty.10:30 205 Democratizing futures and digital inclusion: Participatory opportunities and pitfalls Location: APT 16 {OB} Session Organizer: Laura ROBINSON. Russia Winners and losers – From empirical date to model Ingemar KAREHOLT. UFRJ Authors and Papers Emil Albert SOBOTTKA. Pontifical Catholic University at Porto Alegre. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Federal University of São Paulo.Part I Joint Session RC07 Futures Research (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society Location: APT 16 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . UFRJ Chair: Celi Scalon. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Stockholm University. Argentina  123  . Sweden Socieconomic position and political participation in terms of voting among elderly 77+ in Sweden Ingrid CYFER. Maria Eduarda OTA and Joao Carlos BASSANI. Has the future remained in the past? Experiences of disrespect and the utopia of autonomous life projects Makeliny NOGUEIRA.16:00 160 Globalization. futures of management. Argentina Políticas públicas para la inclusión socio-digital y apropiación social de las TIC: El caso de San Luis.14:00 102 Alternatives to neoliberal globalization: Comparing counterhegemonic projects . and resistance movements. France Burocracia.

Universidad de Buenos Aires. Portugal Authors and Papers Marcos GONZÁLEZ-HERNANDO. Agencia Nacional de Investigacion e Innovacion. Uruguay Chairs: Y. time sociology and the narration of dangerous times Martina YOPO. USA Hacking digital universalism: OLPC & information networks in the Andes Confronting the uncertain: On crisis. Argentina Memoria y poder. Portugal Politics. time and democracy Yuriy VASSERMAN. Argentina La ESMA como sitio de memoria: Del testimonio al centro de interpretación Valentina SALVI. USA Social well-being and gender equality’s contribution to the growth of the internet globally Daniel Aldana COHEN.Ronald ANDERSON. Universidad de Buenos Aires.16:00 353 RC07 Roundtable 1A: Politics of the Future Location: 22 {OB} Session Organizer: Emilia ARAUJO. Universidad Alberto Hurtado. USA Memory complex: Rhetorics of remembrance then and now 10:45 . Collective Actions and Social Change RC07 Futures Research (host committee) Location: APT 16 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . University of Toronto. Michal BODEMANN. Universidade do Minho. and contentious politics . IDES-CONICET.Part II Joint Session RC07 Futures Research (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society Location: APT 16 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . Las luchas políticas por el sentido del pasado de violencia y dictadura en la Argentina Claudia FELD. New York University.12:15 248 Imagining futures: Social movements. Universidade do Minho. Universidad de la República. Chile Políticas sociales para el futuro: Una reflexión diacrónica sobre el sujeto desde el enfoque de las capacidades Emilia ARAUJO. University of Minnesota. Soka University of America. and Carlos DEMASI. Argentina Entre pasado y futuro. United Kingdom  124  . London School of Economics. Uruguay Authors and Papers Emilio CRENZEL. USA Occupy Wall street’s sources of creativity Anita CHAN. University of Illinois. Russia Russian politics modernization: A sociocultural approach 354 RC07 Roundtable 1B: Memory’s futures: Human rights and transitional justice / El futuro de la memoria: derechos humanos y políticas de transición: verdad. justicia y reparación Location: 25 {OB} Session Organizer: Gabriela FRIED AMILIVIA. USA Documentary film as memory and evidence: The use of visual media in trials for crimes against humanity in Argentina Kristi WILSON.14:00 287 Alternatives to neoliberal globalization: Comparing counterhegemonic projects . Canada.Part I Joint Session RC48 Social Movements. publics. Perm State Technical University. Las memorias de los/as oficiales del ejército argentino Tomas CROWDER-TARABORRELLI. Soka University of America.

USA Exploring participatory online music fandom through reggaetón Mun Cho KIM. University of California. publics. South Korea Toward a new media policy in the age of convergence Giuseppina PELLEGRINO. Universidad del País Vasco. Universidad Diego Portales. Markus S.355 RC07 Roundtable 1C: Imagining futures: Social movements. Santa Clara University. Spain Chair: Arlene TORRES. Italy How current infrastructures shape future democracy: Notes on orphans and belonging in politics of information (technology) Tomohisa HIRATA. Ruth FELDER. and Angharad VALDIVIA. SCHULZ. Canada. Korea University. USA Re-imagining economic relations and the role of the social welfare state: Perspectives from an argentine shantytown {*} Cecilia MINAVERRY. Chile Avances de investigación: El imaginario social del movimiento Arcoiris en Chile Megan PEPPEL. Japan Digital inclusions in internet cafes and their problems: Comparative study on the internet access for overseas filipina domestic workers in Hong Kong. USA Chair: Laura ROBINSON. The City University of New York. USA and Benjamin TEJERINA MONTAÑA. SIMON and Claudio GONZÁLEZ PARRA. USA. Banaras Hindu University. Universidad del País Vasco. Argentina Movimientos alterglobalización: Un análisis crítico de las propuestas de la Asociación para la Fijación de Impuestos en las Transacciones Financieras para Ayudar a los Ciudadanos (ATTAC) Katherine McKIERNAN. FLACSO. Chile The governmentality of governance and governability in indigenous communities in Chile Maisa BASCUAS. Australia Citizen security as a new human right? Securitization and the new moral economy of rights in Latin America Jeanne W. Uruguay opens up the wounds of the past Michael HUMPHREY. University of Illinois at Urbana– Champaign. Canada Authors and Papers Estela VALVERDE. USA “La Cámpora” en la última campaña presidencial para entender las relaciones entre movimientos sociales y kirchnerismo 356 RC07 Roundtable 1D: Technology/ media/futures Location: 26 {OB} Session Organizers: Laura ROBINSON. Santa Clara University. University of Victoria. University of Illinois at Urbana– Champaign. Australia Defeated amnesty laws: Standing between impunity and accountability. University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign. India Globalization and vision quest of what is viable future {*} Leonardo CANCINO PEREZ. Singapore and Taipei 357 RC07 Roundtable 1E: Alternatives to neoliberal globalization: Comparing counterhegemonic projects Location: 33 {OB} Session Organizers: William CARROLL. Kyoto University. USA  125  . Ana LOGIUDICE and Irene PROVENZANO. University of Sydney. USA Chair: Henry VELTMEYER. Argentina Argentina: A successfull case of post-neoliberalism? Authors and Papers Manjeet CHATURVEDI. USA Authors and Papers Michelle RIVERA. Universidad de Concepción. Universidad de Buenos Aires. SCHULZ. Mexico. and Markus S. and contentious politics Location: 26 {OB} Session Organizers: Ligia TAVERA FENOLLOSA. Saint Mary’s University. Macquarie University. Franklin and Marshall College. University of Calabria. University of Illinois.

Canada Roadmaps for social transformation: Arab spring Pekka SULKUNEN. SCHULZ. LUKE. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. USA. USA Race. values. Zayed University. present and futures Timothy W.10:30 433 Globalization. Brazil Authors and Papers James DATOR. KHONDKER. values. SCHMIDT. University of Helsinki. re-spatialization and the struggle over the iconography of the global city Natàlia CANTÓ-MILÀ. United Arab Emirates Institutionalizing democracy. John SWEENEY and Aubrey YEE. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. strengthening state: Bangladesh experience Angharad VALDIVIA. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. University of Hawaii at Manoa.17:45 385 Futures. USA Communicating power: Technological innovation and social change in the past. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Spain On ‘habitus’. York University. and sociological theory . futures of management. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. University of Illinois. Nigeria Transnational hegemony. ‘forms of sociation’ and the future Jacqueline GIBBONS. University of Illinois. Part II Joint Session RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) RC07 Futures Research Location: 464 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 16:15 . Brazil. USA Chair: Elisa REIS. University of Lagos. University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University.Adebayo NINALOWO.Part I Location: APT 16 {OB} Session Organizers: Elisa REIS. Technical University Berlin. and Elisa REIS. and sociological theory . USA Disrupted modernities: The dissipation of the present as a utopian future of the industrial past Habibul H. Finland Is mass society a threat to representative democracy? Revisiting David Riesman’s theory of the other-directed character Robert J. knowledge base and contestation {*} Friday 3 August 09:00 . USA Disney in Latin America: Visualizing the new generation of global children’s television  126  . SCHULZ. and resistance movements.12:15 481 Futures. Germany Protentions as structures of selection in social systems: The role of anticipated futures in the case of a scientific innovation 10:45 . and Markus S. Brazil Authors and Papers Cameron McCARTHY.Part II Location: APT 16 {OB} Session Organizers: Markus S.

Part II Joint Session RC07 Futures Research (host committee) RC48 Social Movements. publics.12:15 674 RC07 Roundtable 2A: Futures of water: Scenarios and struggles / Futuros del agua: escenarios y luchas Location: 22 {OB} Authors and Papers Analia OTERO.14:00 533 Imagining futures: Social movements. CONICET. justicia y reparación Location: 25 {OB} Session Organizer: Gabriela FRIED AMILIVIA. Argentina Authors and Papers Virginia VECCHIOLI. Collective Actions and Social Change Location: APT 16 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Paula ISACOVICH. Brasil y Uruguay 14:30 . California State University. Collective Actions and Social Change Location: APT 16 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . participación de los jóvenes Adriana MARRERO. FLACSO. International Relations. Universidad de la República. structuration and identity construction in Uruguayan highschool students 675 RC07 Roundtable 2B: Memory’s futures: Human rights and transitional justice / El futuro de la memoria: derechos humanos y políticas de transición: verdad. University of São Paulo. Brazil Public justice policy Renan HONÓRIO QUINALHA. publics. Universidade Estadual Paulista “Julio de Mesquita Filho”. Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Argentina Jóvenes haciendo el estado. Reflexiones etnográficas sobre otros modos de "participación" juvenil Juan MONTES CATÓ and Patricia VENTRICI. Brazil Cortes supremas y justicia transicional: Estudio comparado entre Argentina. Universidad de Buenos Aires. USA Chair: Valentina SALVI. University of São Paulo. Argentina Trabajo. Brazil A truth commission in Brazil? Challenges and perspectives to integrate human rights and democracy Naiara GROSSI and Roberto Brocanelli CORONA. and contentious politics . Argentina Derechos humanos y violencia política en la Argentina Raphael NEVES.Part III Joint Session RC07 Futures Research (host committee) RC48 Social Movements.16:00 590 RC07 Business Meeting Location: APT 16 {OB} Saturday 4 August 9:00 . Argentina Jóvenes y movimientos sociales: Formas de participación político social  127  . and contentious politics . prácticas sindicales. Universidad de Buenos Aires.10:30 625 Imagining futures: Social movements.12:30 . Uruguay From the trenches: Pluralism.

Universidade do Minho. Kinneret Academic College. Indiana University. USA and Gideon SJOBERG. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Colombia Sociedades de control y subjetividades contemporáneas {*} Jorge GONZÁLEZ. Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro. Universidade Metodista de São Paulo. CPDA/UFRRJ. vision and social moblization {*} Lyusyena KIRAKOSYAN. University of Warsaw. DePauw University. Spain and Ligia TAVERA FENOLLOSA. compassion Sanne VAMMEN LARSEN and Anne MERRILD HANSEN. USA Institution building to prefigure sacred societies and states: The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. USA and Robert ROBINSON. Sam Houston State University. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. India Movement breeds movement: Interlinks of issues. Santa Clara University. Brazil Democratizing the Brazilian public sphere: New dynamics in the relationship between state and black social movements Christiana SOARES DE FREITAS. organizations and ideologies {*} Karen Manges DOUGLAS. FLACSO. Poland Mothers’ social rights and neoliberalism in Poland Rajesh MISRA. Wageningen University. Brazil Technological initiatives in the Brazilian public sphere fostering mechanisms of social and digital inclusion {*} Camilo Enrique RIOS ROZO. Università degli Studi Roma Tre. Brazil Cybercultur@: Emergent local knowledge communities in Latin America 678 RC07 Roundtable 2E: New approaches Location: 33 {OB} Session Organizer: Emilia ARAUJO. publics. communication. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. GUBKIN. Netherlands Sacred land and the politics of voice {*} 677 RC07 Roundtable 2D: Technology/ Media/Futures Location: 26 {OB} Session Organizers: Laura ROBINSON. University of Illinois. University of Lucknow. Brazil Authors and Papers Angela RANDOLPHO PAIVA. USA. Comunione e Liberazione in Italy. Shas in Israel. SCHULZ. USA Is promoting disability rights conducive to a stronger democracy in Brazil? {*} Shulamit S. Aalborg University. USA and Angharad VALDIVIA. Benjamin TEJERINA MONTAÑA. and contentious politics Location: 26 {OB} Session Organizers: Markus S. Loyola University of Chicago. Mexico Authors and Papers Nancy DAVIS. USA Hope. Israel Stairways to peace in an Israeli academic college: Contact.Claudio TOGNONATO. Portugal Authors and Papers Natalie HABER. and the Salvation Army in the USA Renata Ewa HRYCIUK. USA Coping with the risks of a future drought: The case of the Edwards Aquifer Authority in Texas {*} Radhika BORDE. Universidad del País Vasco. University of Brasilia. Universidad Nacional de Colombia. USA Chair: Marcelo CASTANEDA. Italy Derechos humanos y relaciones internacionales entre Italia y Argentina durante la dictadura militar (1976-1983) 676 RC07 Roundtable 2C: Imagining futures: Social movements. Mexico and Cicila PERUZZO. Denmark Imagining the future of Greenland {*}  128  . University of Texas at Austin.

USA Authors and Papers Isis SÁNCHEZ ESTELLÉS and Rebeca PÉREZ LEÓN. United Kingdom How can we create more democratic futures Rodrigo MARTÍNEZ NOVO. 1967-1978 Sultan KHAN. UAM. USA “Opportunity of a lifetime”: Paraprofessionals in New York city schools. University of KwaZulu-Natal. educación y emigración en el sureste mexicano Adriane FERRARINI. Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero. Justicia y Reparación Parte I Location: APT 16 {OB} Session Organizer: Gabriela FRIED AMILIVIA. Arizona State University. Columbia University. Instituto CSIC. USA The compass of memory: Uruguayan belated transitional justice and the social struggle between the right of victims to ‘truth and justice’ vs policies of oblivion (1985-2011) Sachiko TAKITA-ISHII.12:30 . Japan Co-chair: Gustavo FISCHMAN. Pomona College. Kansai Gaidai University. South Africa “The out of sight classroom” – Teaching and learning sociology through field trips 14:30 . Pomona College.16:00 733 ICTs for Science and Technology Development in Latin America and the Economic South: Present and Future Joint Session RC07 Futures Research RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology (host committee) Location: APT 120 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . Hiroyuki TOYOTA. Uruguay Después de la caducidad: Tareas pendientes en Uruguay Gabriela FRIED AMILIVIA. Japan and Sonsoles SAN ROMÁN. Yokohama City University.16:00 734 Memory's futures: Human rights and transitional justice . Japan Lost and found: How memory finds its place in the human mind after a disaster  129  .Part I / El futuro de la Memoria: Derechos Humanos y Políticas de Transición: Verdad. UNAM. Spain and Julia OSCA LLUCH. Spain Chair: Hiroyuki TOYOTA. Universidad de la República. Kansai Gaidai University. University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos.14:00 705 Futures of education: Alternative experiences and new politics between inequality and democratization / Futuros de la educación: Experiencias alternativas y nuevas políticas entre desigualdad y democratización Location: APT 16 {OB} Session Organizers: Raquel SOSA ELÍZAGA. Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. USA Chair: Lynn RAPAPORT. USA Discussant: Lynn RAPAPORT. California State University. Spain Capturando tendencias: La herramienta bibliométrica para la detección de desigualdades en el espacio de educación superior Rocío LÓPEZ VELASCO. Mexico Género. Brazil Training for self-management and solidarity: Challenges and future prospects Nicholas JURAVICH. University of Essex. USA Authors and Papers Carlos DEMASI. California State University. Mexico.

10:30 37 Social Change. Zayed University. Brazil and Hermelinda ROCHA. Fabrícia GOMES DE LUCENA.Petersburg State University. Habibul H. Newcastle University. Argentina Perspectivas de la producción de conocimiento en recursos hídricos y la relación entre los organismos científico-tecnológicos y sociedad civil Denis Antônio de Mendonça BERNARDES. Cicera GOMES.17:45 760 Futures of water: Scenarios and struggles / Futuros del agua: Escenarios y luchas. Arizona State University. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Damiano TAGLIAVINI and Sergio HANELA. St. Russia The next transformation: From glam-capitalism to alter-capitalism 10:45 . United Kingdom Chair: José ESTEBAN CASTRO. USA Movimientos sociales urbanos y minería transnacional: En búsqueda de la justicia del agua en Arequipa. KHONDKER. Perú RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development Programme Coordinators: Ulrike M. Part I Joint Session RC18 Political Sociology (host committee) RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development Location: 460 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  130  . United Arab Emirates Wednesday 1 August 09:00 .12:15 72 Political Inequality Outside of the West. Eliane BESERRA.16:15 . Brazil. Mexico Cambios en la legislación. France. Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. Zayed University. City University of New York. SCHUERKENS. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. El Colegio de Posgraduados de Chapingo. Secretaria de Recursos Hídricos de Pernambuco. ITEP Pernambuco. New Technology and Democratization in the Middle East and North Africa Region Location: 464 {NB} Chair: Habibul H. derechos de aguas y organizaciones de usuarios Denisse ROCA SERVAT. KHONDKER. Brazil Água e desenvolvimento em Pernambuco (Brasil): Uma equação socialmente desigual Jacinta PALERM. Part I Location: APT 16 {OB} Session Organizer: José ESTEBAN CASTRO. Instituto Nacional del Agua.M. United Arab Emirates Authors and Papers Saim Can BERITAN. USA The transposition of the public sphere: From public space to cyberspace Dmitry IVANOV. Newcastle University. Alexandre RAMOS.

University of Bayreuth. Portugal The cultural politics of economic development: Mapping the Xikrin-Mebengôkrê political participation in environmental politics – The Belo Monte case Daniel FRIDMAN. Germany Some thoughts on the working of competing orders and links between them Reinhart KÖSSLER. Maharishi Dayanand University. Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement. UERJ. Part I Joint Session RC07 Futures Research RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) Location: 464 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  131  . Germany Chair: Dieter NEUBERT. United Kingdom Development. USA An ethnicist state sells its multicultural heritage: Marketization as a rupture in turkish nationalism Rafael COSTA.12:30 . futures of management. Bonn International Center for Conversion.14:00 135 Socio-political orders beside the state or the limits of the Leviathan Location: 464 {NB} Session Organizers: Dieter NEUBERT and Artur BOGNER. nation and “official futures”: The case of the rhetoric of progress in contemporary Chile Sadhu AHLAWAT.12:15 273 The cultural politics of economic development Location: 464 {NB} Session Organizer: Frederick WHERRY. University of Bayreuth. Germany Institutional pluralism – A normal state of affairs? Nicole HAAS.16:00 160 Globalization. and resistance movements. University of Victoria. India Politics of inclusion and local governance in India {*} 14:30 . Brazil Three sociological aspects of a political court Thursday 2 August 09:00 .10:30 217 Migration In (Post-) Socialist Societies Joint Session RC31 Sociology of Migration RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) Location: 464 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . Cornell University. Brazil Who is the new middle class in Brazil? Marcos GONZALEZ-HERNANDO. Arnold Bergstraesser Insttitut. USA Authors and Papers Defne OVER. Germany Authors and Papers Artur BOGNER. Henrique RANGEL and Maíra ALMEIDA. London School of Economics. University of Coimbra. Netherlands Public support for vigilantism and confidence in criminal justice Carlos BOLONHA. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Canada American dreams in Argentina: Making financial self-help global Hebe OLIVEIRA. University of Bayreuth. University of Michigan. Germany Visions of the use of freedom: Competing concepts of socio-political order Elke GRAWERT.

University of Oradea. CSIC. Brazil Culture and market: The virtual capitalism (a case study of the site catharsis) Joshua HENDRICK. Chile Le monde (in)visible de l’agrobusiness au Chili. Part II  132  . and Habibul H.12:15 479 Economic globalization. futures of management. Russia Resource potential of the Russian mentality: Adapting to global complexity {*} Jean Carlo FAUSTINO. France. Zayed University. Romania Students mobilities from “Aurel Vlaicu” university.10:30 433 Globalization. University of Victoria. Saint-Petersburg State University. KHONDKER. Spain and Héctor CEBOLLA BOADO. and resistance movements.16:00 347 Migration and Social Change Location: 464 {NB} Session Organizer: Emma PORIO. Intra-European higlyskilled migration. United Arab Emirates Friday 3 August 9:00 .17:45 397 RC09 Business Meeting Location: 464 {NB} Session Organizers: Ulrike M. Étude de la vallée du limarí Constanza SYMMES. Universidade Federal do Ceará. and the transformation of management practices Location: 464 {NB} Session Organizer: Ulrike M. SCHUERKENS. A comparative case study Ana LOPEZ SALA. Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. University “Aurel Vlaicu” Arad. France Édition indépendante. Philippines Authors and Papers Loredana Denisa LASTUN. Universidade Federal de São Carlos. SCHUERKENS. and social change in Turkey: The organizational practices of the Fethullah Gulen movement Andréa B. France Authors and Papers Rafael OLIVEIRA. culture. UNED.M. Romania and Dan Aurel BANCIU. ambiguity. GILL.M. Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. espace publique et transition politique au Chili 16:15 . USA Islam. Arad and Oradea university.14:30 . École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales. Ecole des Hautes études en Sciences Sociales. Loyola University Maryland. Canada Learning to succeed: Entrepreneurial subjects of development Tamara HERAN. Ateneo de Manila University. Brazil Inside migration: The countrymanxs integration through the “caipira music” {*} Joint Session RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) RC07 Futures Research Location: 464 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . Spain Migrant associations and access to public resources: The case of the municipality of Madrid Marina NEGROVA.

USA Authors and Papers Michelle F. The Johns Hopkins University. Russia The 2017 problem: A next revolutionary situation 10:45 . University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Part II Joint Session RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) RC18 Political Sociology Location: 464 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  133  .12:30 . George Mason University.Petersburg State University.16:00 603 Women. leisure and family in the age of transformations Joint Session RC32 Women in Society RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 .10:30 634 Migration and development Part II Joint Session RC31 Sociology of Migration RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) Location: 464 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . CRRID. Academia Sinica. St.14:00 538 Migration and Development I Joint Session RC31 Sociology of Migration (host committee) RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development Location: 307 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Saturday 4 August 09:00 . USA The positional puzzle of uprisings and revolutions in the Middle East: Regional inequalities in worldhistorical perspective Dmitry IVANOV. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.14:00 556 The Arab revolution of 2011 in comparative perspective Location: 464 {NB} Session Organizer: Saïd ARJOMAND. and global markets Location: 464 {NB} Session Organizer: Kuang-chi CHANG. USA Explaining success and failure in the Middle East revolts of 2011 Mohammed BAMYEH. USA Revolution and enlightenment Kevan HARRIS. HSIEH. Taiwan Explaining the resilience of a decentralized production network: The case from Taiwan Arnaud SALES. Stony Brook University. USA Authors and Papers Jack GOLDSTONE. India Institutional response to emerging challenges of climate change in urban India: A case of planned city in foothills of Himalaya {*} 14:30 . cities governance.14:00 713 Political inequality outside of the West.12:15 671 Networks. USA The significance of trust in business relocation Manoj Kumar TEOTIA. Université de Montréal. Canada Networks and structuration processes Kuang-chi CHANG. University of Pittsburgh.

Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) Location: 26 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . Universidad Nacional de La Plata. CNRS-IDHE. Emek Yezreel College. Canada Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . IRES ER Authors and Papers Jennifer DAY. Argentina La gobernanza: Qué es y qué propone Christian MAHIEU. Canada The master of disguise: Hidden faces of participation. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management Programme Coordinators: Isabel DA COSTA.12:15 71 Participation and its relationship to social justice and democracy. Universidade Federal de São Carlos. Israel Authors and Papers Nora Inés RUBBINI.10:30 27 RC10RC04 Part I: Round Table 1 Stakeholders in School and Work Joint Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation.14:00 134 Social participation and the economic and social crisis Location: 456 {NB} Session Organizer: Francesco Garibaldo. and their cultural meanings Participation.RC10 10:45 . justice et parité de participation Vera VRATUSA. France Diversité. University of Melbourne. Australia The costs of complacency: A preview of life without newspapers in America’s big cities and small towns  134  . Brazil Public sphere and environment {*} Julia ROZANOVA. ageism. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) Location: 25 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 28 RC10RC04 Part I: Round Table 2 Participation and Citizenship Joint Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation. CNRS-IDHE. Universidade Estadual. Brazil. University of British Columbia. Serbia Can there be social justice and democracy without participation in economic self-management and political self-government? Roberta CAVA. France and Julia ROZANOVA. University of Belgrade. Aline Michelle Nascimento AUGUSTINHO. University of British Columbia. France Co-Chair: Michal PALGI. Part I Location: 456 {NB} Session Organizer: Isabel DA COSTA. CNRS. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) Location: 26 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 29 RC10RC04 Part I: Round Table 3 Expansion of Opportunities Joint Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation.

Brazil Participation in the higher education chamber of the national education council during Fernando Henrique Cardoso administration {*} 10:45 . India Civic participation to make local governments child friendly: A case study from kerala Ana María PÉREZ RUBIO and Federico BUTTI.P. Brazil Participation and land reform in Brazil Gisele Heloise BARBOSA. Kerala Institute of Local Administration. the market.Martha Nelida RUIZ URIBE. and civil society in the execution of social policies? Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) Location: 26 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) Location: 22 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 223 RC10RC04 Part II: Round Table 2 Desafíos de inclusión Joint Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation. Argentina La participación como práctica social: Actores y construcción de subjetividades Camila PENNA. Universidade Federal de São Carlos.10:30 222 RC10RC04 Part II: Round Table 1 Profesionales. universidades y conocimiento Joint Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation. Universidade de Brasília. Brazil Councils and equality principle between government and civil society in Brazil Gisele Heloise BARBOSA. Universidade Federal de São Carlos. Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires. Universidad Nacional del Nordeste. Argentina Authors and Papers P. Instituto Universitario Internacional de Toluca. Mexico Latin American student protests in the contexts of the international youth movements for democracy and social justice Luciana LEAO and Maria Carolina DYSMAN. University of Lodz. BALAN. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. University of Lodz. Part I Joint Session RC11 Sociology of Aging RC10 Participation. Poland Chair: Pawel STAROSTA. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) Location: 25 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 224 RC10RC04 Part II: Round Table 3 Desigualdad escolar Joint Session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation. Poland Co-chair: Alicia VILLAFANE.16:00 157 Diversity of civic participation patterns in a globalizing world Location: 456 {NB} Session Organizer: Pawel STAROSTA.12:15 259 Participation and cultural sociology of the life course. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) Location: 456 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  135  . Rio de Janeiro. Brazil How do Brazilians perceive the role of the state.

Universitat Rovira i Virgili. USA Building civic capacity in a Mexico city slum community Friday 3 August 09:00 .14:30 . University of Gävle. Lyon College. Brazil The bases for experiences of participatory democracy in Latin America Alexandra MARTÍNEZ. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging Location: 456 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . Instituto Universitario Internacional de Toluca. Sweden Authors and Papers Carla Arantes de SOUZA. Brazil Economía solidaria en Brasil: Un movimiento social. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging Location: 456 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . social justice and democracy Location: 456 {NB} Session Organizer: Jaime PRECIADO CORONADO. University of Gävle. Argentina and Rafael BÖCKER.14:00 544 RC10 Business Meeting Location: 456 {NB}  136  . Mexico Chair: Martha Nelida RUIZ URIBE.12:15 494 Participation and cultural sociology of the life course. Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata. Venezuela Participación y emancipación en Venezuela Scott ROULIER. Brazil Micro entrepreneurship and associations in developing peripheral countries Manuel MANZONI. político y cultural Marilia VERONESE and Adriane FERRARINI.16:00 341 Ibero-American views on participation. Universidad Estadual Paulista “Júlio de Mesquita Filho”.17:45 395 Participation and its relationship to social justice and democracy. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Spain Participación y justicia social en la política agroalimentaria y agroindustrial de Argentina 16:15 . Mexico Authors and Papers Felipe ADDOR. University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos. Part II Joint Session RC10 Participation. Sweden Chair: Maria FREGIDOU-MALAMA. social economy and economic policies for justice and participation in the new millennium Location: 456 {NB} Session Organizer: Maria FREGIDOUMALAMA.10:30 427 Cooperatives. Part II Joint Session RC10 Participation. Universidad de Guadalajara.

networks and positive ecology via community initiatives in Tasmania. McMaster University. Carolyn ROSENTHAL. University of Toronto. Canada Wednesday 1 August 09:00 .14:30 . participación popular y experiencias de autogestión en Brasil actual Luiz Inácio GAIGER. Australia Maria FREGIDOU-MALAMA. University of Belgrade.16:00 600 Social justice and democratization through participation and/or selfmanagement? Location: 456 {NB} Session Organizer: Vera VRATUSA. Monash University. IIGG-CIN. Nigeria. Intergenerational households and well-being of the older persons’ in Nigeria {*}  137  . Canada. deliberative democracy. University of Gävle. Canada and Anne MARTIN-MATTHEWS. Julie McMULLIN. University of Belgrade. Brazil Women between caring for the elderly and for the youngsters Elias WAHAB. University of Western Ontario. Brazil The uniqueness of solidarity entrepreneurship in the fight against social exclusion Robin KRABBE. Serbia Chair: Vera VRATUSA. Turkey Intergenerational split? The Turkish elderly parents and their adult children Alda MOTTA. Argentina Acción colectiva y autogestión Vanessa Moreira SÍGOLO. Universidade de São Paulo. Canada Authors and Papers Catherine CRAVEN and Anne MARTIN-MATTHEWS. Sweden What are the advantages of JAK Members Bank? RC11 Sociology of Aging Programme Coordinators: Susan FELDMAN. Canada Chair: Susan McDANIEL. Brazil Democracia. Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos. Australia Self-determination. University of British Columbia. Serbia Authors and Papers Candela HERNÁNDEZ. University of British Columbia. University of British Columbia. Universidade Federal da Bahia. Australia. Canada and Lynn McDONALD. University of Lethbridge.10:30 10 Connecting Generations: Societal Policies and Family Relations Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizer: Anne MARTIN-MATTHEWS. Lagos State University. Middle East Technical University. Canada An ethic of independence and diminished filial piety: Chinese widows’ support systems in Canada Gulcin CON and Sibel KALAYCIOGLU. University of Tasmania.

Linköping University. Sweden Migrantship and old age: Intersecting social positions Authors and Papers Lucie LECHEVALIER HURARD. University of Delaware. USA Mental fitness for dementia patients: Can it work? {*} Michèle BAUMANN and Katia LURBE I PUERTO. Brazil Age and gender in Brazilian self-help books Clary KREKULA. Virginia Tech. Portugal Older women’s employment: Pension crisis and crisis of care Talita CASTRO. Canada The gendered nature of caregiver perceptions of the effectiveness of cholinesterase inhibitors (ChEI) for those with dementia Beverly SANBRN. France What is the value of keeping patients at home if informal caregivers become exhausted to the detriment of their own life satisfaction? {*} 12:30 .14:00 107 Caring for older adults with dementia Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizer: Neena CHAPPELL. Karlstad University. University of Victoria. University of Waterloo. Canada Aging. and Neal King. The University of British Columbia. USA. Luxembourg. Centre for Health Studies. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Sweden Gender equality politics and age relations in workplaces Laura MACHAT-FROM. University of Victoria. University Paris Descartes. CONICET. Technical University of Lisbon. University of Western Ontario. University of Alberta. género y pobreza: Estrategias de reproducción de los hogares en el barrio el Sur {*} Sally BOULD. University of Luxembourg. Australia 12:30 . University of Sydney. Argentina Vejez. New Zealand Dementia stories: Representations of carers Neena CHAPPELL. France La spécialisation des modes de prise en charge de la maladie d’alzheimer en France : Entre levier d’évolution des carrières professionnelles.10:45 . Sweden. University of Michigan.based Inequalities: Recent Research and Challenges Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizers: Clary KREKULA. Victoria University of Wellington. Kyoto University.and Gender. USA Chair: Julie McMULLIN. Canada and Malcolm MACLURE. and intimacy: The gendered experience of close relationships among adults 75+ who have multiple chronic conditions Florencia BRAVO ALMONACID.14:00 116 Empirical Methods in Aging Research 1 Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging Location: 24 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  138  . Government of British Columbia. Canada and Colleen MAXWELL. Japan Conceptual analysis of “dementia” among family caregivers in Japanese SHGs Laurel STRAIN. Canada Chair: Kate O’LOUGHLIN. Luxembourg and Nearkasen CHAU. and Sara CASACA. Sophie COUFFIGNAL. University of Uppsala. frailty. désinsertion sociale des patients et renforcement de la stigmatisation Shu KINOSHITA. Canada Authors and Papers Laura HURD CLARKE and Erica BENNETT. Belmont Senior Living.12:15 48 Age. Canada Families caring for assisted living and nursing home residents with dementia: Does setting matter? Allison KIRKMAN. Université Paris 13.

14:00 309 Panel: The life-course perspective in Latin America Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizer: María Julieta ODDONE. USA Authors and Papers Peter ÖBERG.10:30 214 Later life decision making: Consumption. psicología y trabajo social (Universidad de Granada. Meaning. University of Buenos Aires.14:30 . Ingema. and end of life Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizer: Lucie VIDOVICOVA. Canada Chair: Kyriakos MARKIDES. Japan Care service utilization among frail elderly in Japan Jeanne KATZ and Caroline HOLLAND. Canada Authors and Papers Lucie VIDOVICOVA. Czech Republic Consumption in older age: Risks and potentials 12:30 . United Kingdom Understanding informal carers’ decision-making in choosing a care home for a person with dementia in hospital Nicole SACHMERDA. Part I Joint Session RC11 Sociology of Aging RC10 Participation. University of Gävle.16:00 163 Images. The Open University. Argentina Discussant: María Julieta ODDONE  139  . University of Texas Medical Branch. España) Jill REYNOLDS. University of Leipzig. Masaryk University. and Discourses of Ageing Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizer: Julie McMULLIN. Universidad de Granada. United Kingdom Exploring the goals of older people with high support needs in the UK: Does their consumption match their aspirations? Saeko KIKUZAWA. Caroline HOLLAND and Sheila PEACE. University of Buenos Aires. Masaryk University. Spain "This is a good time for ageing" – Images of old age from social workers and private health care providers Javiera SANHUEZA. Argentina Discussant: Hugo José SUAREZ. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) Location: 456 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Thursday 2 August 09:00 . España Imaginarios sobre la vejez de jóvenes universitarios: Un estudio comparativo entre alumnos de medicina. Mexico Authors and Papers María Julieta ODDONE. home care. Autonomous University of Mexico. University of Western Ontario. Sweden Diversity and ageing – The meaning of new intimate relationships in later life Gerardo ZAMORA. Tokyo. Erkuden ALDAZ. Hosei University. The Open University. University of Victoria. Izaskun CUARTANGO and Nerea GALDONA. Machida. Germany “Because I do not want to be a burden – Also beyond my death” – Results of a qualitative interview study on funeral decisions 10:45 . The Open University. Czech Republic Chair: Neena CHAPPELl. United Kingdom Discourses of child free later life: A gendered topic Jeanne KATZ.12:15 259 Participation and cultural sociology of the life course.

University of British Columbia. Australia Age discrimination among older workers: The Australian experience 16:15 . Swinburne University. Switzerland Crisis y memoria histórica: El golpe de estado de 1973 en Chile Gloria LYNCH. and Julie McMULLIN. Karla HEESE and Hal KENDIG. USA Chair: John WILLIAMSON. Juliana Presotto PEREIRA NETTO and Julia LENZI SILVA. Canada Authors and Papers Elizabeth BROOKE. Part II Joint Session RC10 Participation.17:45 398 RC11 Business Meeting Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizer: Anne MARTIN-MATTHEWS. University of Sydney. Universidad Diego Portales. Boston College. University of Western Ontario. Boston College. Germany Ageing and employability . University of Western Ontario. Argentina Cambios y transiciones en el curso de la vida. Swinburne University. Switzerland Changes and events across the life course: An international comparison Eduardo GUICHARD.16:00 336 Extending working lives: Are workplace practises convergent with recent policy directions? Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizers: Elizabeth BROOKE. Australia Thriving or surviving? Extending working lives in different occupational contexts Anita TISCH. Boston College. Natalia SARKISIAN.Stefano CAVALLI. University of Geneve. Institute for Employment Research. Universidad Nacional de Luján. US Social Security Administration. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging Location: 456 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . Chile. Argentina en el estudio CEVI 16:15 .10:30 445 Retirement.the influence of personal circumstances and individual factors Kate O’LOUGHLIN. Canada Friday 3 August 09:00 . Australia. USA Authors and Papers Esteban CALVO.17:45 395 Participation and its relationship to social justice and democracy. University of Geneva. older workers. USA Causal effects of retirement timing on health and well-being Maria Alejandra ARLEGUI. Universidade Estadual Paulista “Júlio de Mesquita Filho”. Argentina Social security’s reform impact in Argentina (1996-2010) Silvio Marques GARCIA. and pension policy Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizer: John WILLIAMSON. USA and Christopher TAMBORINI. Brazil Ageing in the countryside and the need of public policies of social security as means to implement the rights of elderly rural workers in Brazil  140  . Canada Chair: Julie McMULLIN.

Bettina ISENGARD. University of Western Ontario. Mexico La generación de bienestar a partir de la experiencia de los beneficiarios del programa pensión alimenticia para adultos mayores en el Estado de México Torbjörn BILDTGARD. time and space: Intergenerational functional solidarity in a comparative perspective Maria-Jose TORREJON and Anne MARTIN-MATTHEWS. Stockholm University. Sweden.12:15 487 Intergenerational solidarity: Bringing the public and the private into dialogue Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizers: Virpi TIMONEN. and Peter ÖBERG. France Gender and privatization: The experience of Argentina 1994-2008 12:30 . Japan A comparison of determinants between married children’s coresidence with their fathers and with their mothers in Japan Torbjörn BILDTGARD. Universidade Federal da Bahia. University of British Columbia. and Thomas SCHARF. TBC Authors and Papers Môniele SANTOS. Sweden The impact of new intimate relationships in later life on social and filial relationships Reiko YAMATO. Kansai University. Canada Chair: Edmund Kenneth MUGAYEHWENKYI. Part II Joint Session RC10 Participation. Sweden Time as a structuring condition behind new intimate relationships in later life {*} 10:45 .Roxana ELETA-DE FILIPPIS. Ronny KÖNIG and Tina SCHMID. Canada Intergenerational solidarity and care of older people: Linking families and bureaucracy in context Reiko YAMATO. Japan Inconsistency between policy presumptions and actual relationships of the intergenerational relationships within the family in present-day Japan 10:45 . Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging Location: 456 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . Trinity College. Ireland Chair: Virpi TIMONEN. Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México. University of Zurich.16:00 579 Demographic challenges associated with aging populations in the developing world Joint Session RC41 Sociology of Population (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging Location: 468 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  141  .12:15 494 Participation and cultural sociology of the life course. Switzerland Money. Ireland Authors and Papers Marc SZYDLIK.14:00 534 Intergenerational Relations: Intimate Ties and Solidarity Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizer: Julie McMULLIN. Ireland. University of Gävle. Brazil Familia(s): Las distintas prácticas de la “solidaridad” en el mundo contemporáneo Gabriela FUENTES REYES. National University of Ireland. Kansai University. Le Havre University. Stockholm University. Trinity College.

University Francisco de Miranda. Venezuela and Veronica MONTES DE OCA. University of Santiago de Chile. Mexico Envejecimiento y grupos en alto riesgo en América Latina y el Caribe Paulina OSORIO. Argentina Panelists: Liliana GASTRON. Luxembourg Intergenerational transfer of money and services in France. Chile Vejez y viudez en Chile: Interpretaciones socioculturales desde la experiencia Leonor NAVA. Venezuela Authors and Papers Verónica MONTES DE OCA. desde la perspectiva de género 09:00 . University Francisco de Miranda. soccer and the media: Paradoxical images and discourses of aging  142  . Chile Intercambio de apoyo entre hijos adultos y sus padres mayores en Chile: Retos y desafíos actuales {*} 10:45 . Sweden Chair: Elizabeth BROOKE. Autonomous University of Mexico. University of Zurich. Swinburne University. University Francisco de Miranda.12:15 672 Old age and society: Views from Latin America Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizer: María Julieta ODDONE. University of Zurich.Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Australia Authors and Papers Leonardo PACHECO. Umea University. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. University of Lujan. Mexico Discussant: Blanca de Lima. Germany.14:00 707 Images of old age Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizer: Kathrin KOMP. Canada and Amber GAZSO. Argentina. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Denmark and Italy María Beatriz FERNANDEZ LORCA. Venezuela Las representaciones sociales que poseen los docentes jubilados sobre la violencia ejercida por la sociedad hacia los adultos mayores Liliana GASTRON. Institute of University of Zurich. Argentina Acerca de las personas de edad en las universidades argentinas. Canada Generationing relations in challenging times: Americans and Canadians in mid-life in the great recession Gunther SCHMAUS and Sally BOULD. Brazil Defeat. Chile. University of Lethbridge. University of Santiago de Chile. Leonor NAVA. Switzerland Intergenerational support and quality of life in old age: Do welfare state regimes matter? Susan McDANIEL and Seonggee UM. Paulina OSORIO. CONICET. Universidade Federal de Alfenas. Switzerland Chair: Marc SZYDLIK. Switzerland Authors and Papers Franz NEUBERGER and Klaus HABERKERN. York University. University of Lujan.10:30 623 Generations: Connections across the life course Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizer: Marc SZYDLIK.10:30 645 Transformation of leisure and ageing perspectives Joint Session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . CEPS/ INSTEAD.

University of Buenos Aires. Sweden and Anna OLAISON. United Kingdom Wednesday 1 August 10:45 . 2008) {*} Elena DEL BARRIO and Mayte SANCHO. Brazil Retirement preparation plans and implementation of the rights of the elderly in Brazil: Dialogs on the paradoxes of the non-working retiree {*} 14:30 . Juliana Presotto PEREIRA NETTO and Silvio Garcia MARQUES. Friedrich-Schiller-Universitaet. Sweden Understandings of ethnic ‘otherness’ in need assessment practices Jacqueline LOW. Ingema. Canada From zoomers to geezerade: Representations of the body in ageist and classist society Carolina Alondra GUIDOTTI GONZALEZ. Chile and Adriana FASSIO. Umea University. Linkoping University. University of Sussex. Germany A new image of old age: The case of third age societies Sandra TORRES. United Kingdom  143  . Erkuden ALDAZ. Ersta Sköndal University College. Spain Politicas sociales para mejorar el bienestar de las personas que envejecen. Argentina Chair: Adriana FASSIO. University New Brunswick. University of Westminster. Spain. Uppsala University. Aalborg University. Universidade Estadual Paulista “Júlio de Mesquita Filho”. Nerea GALDONA.16:00 737 Public policies to promote healthy and happy aging Location: 440 {NB} Session Organizers: Esteban CALVO. Miguel LETURIA. Emilia FORSSELL.12:15 55 Comparative Legal Culture Location: 457 {NB} Chair: Marina KURKCHIYAN. Oxford University. Sweden. España Asistencialismo y salud en el marco de las políticas sociales dirigidas a personas mayores en Chile: El caso del programa VÍNCULOS (Servicio Nacional del Adulto Mayor. Denmark Reform strategies in home care for elderly in Europe Igone ETXEBERRIA. Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg. Matia-Innova. Javier YANGUAS and Elena URDANETA. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Sweden and Elena WIEGAND. Consejería de Asuntos Sociales. Spain How can policies promote healthy and happy aging among the oldest old (85+) and centenarians? RC12 Sociology of Law Programme Coordinator: Reza BANAKAR. Spain and Alfonso GURPEGUI. Universidad de Granada.Stephan LESSENICH. United Kingdom Successful ageing in long-term care: International comparison and lesson learning Javiera SANHUEZA. Brazil El envejecimiento desde la óptica demográfica: Podemos hablar de un cambio de paradigma? {*} Henglien Lisa CHEN. Argentina Authors and Papers Tine ROSTGAARD. University of Buenos Aires. Ingema. la experiencia en el País Vasco (España) {*} Julia LENZI SILVA. Germany From retirement to active ageing: Changing images of “old age” in the late twentieth century Kathrin KOMP. Universidad Diego Portales.

Harvard Law School. United Kingdom Law. El delito de robo calificado por uso de armas Swethaa BALLAKRISHNEN. Brazil The professional law training in Brazil. La normativa actual que las protege contrastada con el nuevo Convenio 189 de la Organización Internacional del Trabajo  144  . University of Buenos Aires. Noelia AZCONA. Emilse Romina SORIA GARCIA. Argentina. University of Westminster.16:00 167 Law and politics Location: 457 {NB} Chair: Agelica CUELLAR VAZQUEZ. Purdue University. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Vinícius Reis BARBOSA. Getulio Vargas Foundation School of Law. Argentina Chair: Susana NOVICK. Part 1 Location: 457 {NB} Chair: Hilary SOMMERLAND. Brazil Collective action and contentious politics: The right to health in Brazil and Portugal David NELKEN. India Globalization and migration of indigenous people Verónica JARAMILLO. Argentina and Ana Laura MERA SALGUERO. University of Leicester.12:15 252 Legal professions. Taiwan A multi-legal system or conflicts of different legal traditions: Case of Taiwanese legal reform in communication law Felipe ASENSI. Colombia About the relationships between law. Argentina Authors and Papers Rashmi JAIN. Mexico Authors and Papers Lawrence FRIEDMAN. USA The politics of judicial election and selection Daniela URZOLA. University of Buenos Aires. force and justice in Jacques Derrida Thursday 2 August 10:45 . Universidad del País Vasco. FCU. Universidad de Cartagena. Argentina. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Italy Doing justice in an unjust world: The case of human trafficking 14:30 . USA Gender and the advantage of new institutional frameworks: The legal profession in India 12:30 . Universidade Estadual Paulista “Júlio de Mesquita Filho”. Argentina La constitución multicultural.Authors and Papers Reza BANAKAR. el estado de derecho y la flexibilización de las formas jurídicas Chun Hung LIN. University of Rajasthan. Macerata University. Fernando Martin BERTONE. Argentina Criterios utilizados por los jueces al cuantificar el tiempo de condena. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. USA Legal culture and youth drug use: A multilevel model of the European Union Carlos José PERETTE. Stanford University. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. human fundamental rights and the persistence of liberal bacharelism: A reading from the book “Os aprendizes do poder” (the apprentices of power) by Sérgio Adorno Carlos LISTA. Argentina. culture and driving habits in Iran Michael VUOLO.14:00 121 Law and migration Location: 457 {NB} Session Organizer: Susana NOVICK. Argentina Las trabajadoras del servicio doméstico inmigrantes en la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires.

Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Argentina Juicios por jurados 12:30 . Australia Emotions and the courtroom Eliana SPADONI. FGV Direito Rio.10:30 449 Social systems and legal systems: transnormative reflexivity in a multidimensional society. United Kingdom Family judges in England and Wales: The adversarial myth 14:30 .Fernando DE CASTRO FONTAINHA. Brazil Crisis económica Europea y la ley de responsabilidad fiscal de Brasil María Lorena GIAQUINTA. Part 2 / Reflexividad transnormativa en una sociedad multidimensional. Argentina Social and political lawyering: The quest for social justice and democratisation Sharyn ROACH ANLEU and Kathy MACK.14:00 302 Legal professions.16:00 369 Urban problems Location: 457 {NB} Chair: Antonio AZUELA. Université Paris Diderot Paris 7 . Australia Diversification of judicial scriveners’ practice and where shall it go: The fluctuating boundaries of lawrelated occupations in Japan Ole HAMMERSLEV. Denmark How to get to Denmark: The legal profession’s construction of the Nordic welfare states and beyond Mavis MACLEAN. Universidad Nacional de San Martin. apropiar. Brazil  145  . Part 1 / Reflexividad transnormativa en una sociedad multidimensional. Japan and Kay-Wah CHAN. Usos y jurisprudencia en la vivienda social en Buenos Aires Friday 3 August 09:00 . Italy Authors and Papers José Antonio CALLEGARI. University of Leicester. Italy Activismo judicial y reforma urbana en Brasil – Límites y posibilidades 10:45 . poseer. Flinders University.12:15 505 Social systems and legal systems: transnormative reflexivity in a multidimensional society. Part 2 Location: 457 {NB} Chair: Hilary SOMMERLAND. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Takayuki II. Brazil To be a candidate in Brazil: Towards a new legal profession? Carlos LISTA. University of Southern Denmark. Università degli Studi di Milano. Argentina Juridificación y conflictos ambientales Emilia SCHIJMAN. Parte 1 Location: 457 {NB} Chair: Vitorio OLGIATI. Mexico Authors and Papers Lucas KONZEN. Parte 2 Location: 457 {NB} Chair: Germano SCHWARTZ. Universidade Federal Fluminense. Brazil Ouvidoria: Apertura cognitiva y acceso a la administración de la justicia José Antonio CALLEGARI. Universidade Federal Fluminense. Macquarie University. Faculdade da Serra Gaúcha. France Ocupar. Hirosaki University. Oxford University. University of Macerata.

Brazil and Vitorio OLGIATI. Reza BANAKAR. USA Inside the pyramid of disputes: Naming problems and filing grievances in California prisons  146  . United Kingdom Chair: Vitorio OLGIATI. University of Westminster. Part 1 Location: 457 {NB} Chair: Dani RUDNICKI.P. Spain Religious symbols and state secularization: A discussion in the context of public liberties Maria Guiomar da CUNHA FROTA and Pedro Alves BARBOSA NETO. Universidade Federal Fluminense. CONICET. Brazil The difficult dialogue between exclusion and inclusion of individuals with mental disorders Saturday 4 August 10:45 .14:00 545 RC12 Business Meeting Location: 457 {NB} Session Organizers: Germano SCHWARTZ. Centro Universitário Ritter dos Reis. University of Macerata. School of Law. Brazil 12:30 . Universidade Fedral de Minas Gerais. India. Argentina Violaciones a los derechos humanos durante la última dictadura militar Argentina: Disputas jurídico-políticas en torno a la restitución de niños apropiados en la "transición democrática" Juliana Livia ANTUNES DA ROCHA. Brazil Authors and Papers Sabina REGUEIRO. Brazil The culture of fear and urban space: Thoughts on the social sensation of insecurity Fernando Emmanuel ARLETTAZ. Part 2 Location: 457 {NB} Chair: Dani Rudnicki. Brazil Parameters and procedures of the inter American system on child rights violations processes 12:30 .12:15 689 The quest for justice and the limits of law.Authors and Papers Renata Almeida DA COSTA. Italy Panelists: Arvind Kumar AGRAWAL. Central Univ of H. University of Westminster.14:00 725 The sociology of human rights. University of Zaragoza. Faculdade da Serra Gaúcha. University of Macerata. Italy 14:30 .16:00 749 The sociology of human rights. Faculdade da Serra Gaúcha. Panel session Location: 457 {NB} Session Organizer: Reza BANAKAR. Brazil Authors and Papers Valerie JENNESS and Kitty CALAVITA. University of California. United Kingdom and Germano SCHWARTZ. Centro Universitário Ritter dos Reis.

social justice and democratization Amin PIRZADA. India Chair: Christianne Luce GOMES. social order and heritage leisure: Reconstructing England through the national trust Claudia MARTINEZ MULLEN. Part II Joint Session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC24 Environment and Society Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Thursday 2 August 09:00 . India Chair: Ishwar MODI. Canada Leisure. United Kingdom Whiteness. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. India International Institute of Social Sciences. Part I Joint Session RC24 Environment and Society RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 .RC13 Sociology of Leisure Programme Coordinator: Ishwar MODI. USA Postmodern play: Evaluating Huizinga’s challenge Christiana CONSTANTOPOULOU. India Authors and Papers Thomas HENRICKS. South Africa South African leisure in turbulent economic times 14:30 . India International Institute of Social Sciences. urbanization.10:30 203 Democratization and the promise of leisure Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizer: Ishwar MODI. Leeds Metropolitan University. India Francis LOBO.10:30 18 Leisure and Tourism: Social and Environmental Concerns. Trent University. Edith Cowan University. India Socio-pysocological dynamics of pilgrimage in turbulent times: A case study of Hazratbal shrine Wednesday 1 August 9:00 . India International Institute of Social Sciences.16:00 168 Leisure and tourism: Social and environmental concerns. Australia Leisure happiness and development: A contemporary Australian perspective Alan LAW. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . India International Institute of Social Sciences. Greece Leisure in turbulent times: “Second Life” realizations Karl SPRACKLEN. Brazil  147  .14:00 122 Leisure. migration and ethnic relations Joint Session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC05 Racism. Panteion University. Elon University. University of Kashmir.12:15 66 Leisure in turbulent times (Presidential Session of ISA RC 13) Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizer: Ishwar MODI.

12:15 253 Leisure across disciplines: Theories and methods Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizer: Kenneth ROBERTS. democratic citizenship among indians Danieli HELENA RAMPELOTTI. work. School of Sociology. United Kingdom Chair: Thomas HENRICKS. CSJM University. India International Institute of Social Sciences. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Elon University.14:00 303 Leisure education: Social justice in life-long learning.16:00 344 Leisure. Middle East Technical University. Turkey Sergio PIGNUOLI OCAMPO. USA Authors and Papers Kenneth ROBERTS. universidade tuiuti do parana. Part I Joint Session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC04 Sociology of Education Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . democracy and diversity of lifestyles: Children and the youth Joint Session RC53 Sociology of Childhood RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . Brazil Projeto politico pedagogico democratico e participativo 12:30 . United Kingdom Modernisation Theory and Leisure in Late-Developing Countries Zerrin ARSLAN. Massey University. Universidade Metodista de Piracicaba. USA  148  .17:45 390 Leisure.10:30 436 Leisure and the arts: Identity and self-expression Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizer: Ishwar MODI. India Leisure. Uruguay Leisure and dreams. Turkey Leisure as construction of distinction: A case of Ankara. Traveling as a leisure imaginary in South America Cinthia LOPES DA SILVA. INDIA Conceptual shift in leisure patterns of the youth as a result of economic furor 16:15 . India Chair: Lynne CIOCHETTO. Argentina La polémica con el humanismo como vector de problematización e innovación teóricas en sociología Sanjay TEWARI. time-budgets and the economic crisis Joint Session RC30 Sociology of Work RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Friday 3 August 09:00 . social and political accountability.Authors and Papers Rosario RADAKOVICH. Brazil El rol del profesional de educación física y las políticas públicas del deporte y ocio en el contexto brasileño Misri Lal VERMA. Universidad de la República. University of Liverpool. CSJM University.

Brazil Processes of stigmatization of religions of African origin in the city of Campina grande Ajeeta BHATIA. Department of University of Leipzig. University of Mumbai. Russia Extracurricular art practices: Developing emotional competence in adolescence João Matias DE OLIVEIRA NETO. Brazil and Juliana CORREA. Pontificia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais. India Yoga – An universal spiritual leisure value Silvina SCHAMMAH GESSER. Israel Consuming history consuming culture in XXI century Spain: The case of Gernika /guernica Vania NORONHA. Brasil Rodrigo Antonio ELIZALDE SOTO. Brazil Cine y biografías políticas: la política de la imagen y la construcción biográfica de los personajes políticos en la filmografía de Silvio Tendler Virginia Quimey PFLÜCKE. Brazil Las celebraciones de Nossa Senhora do Rosário en Belo Horizonte. University of Szeged. Finland Differences in leisure activities between older and younger Finns Denise FALCÃO. India International Institute of Social Sciences. Hungary Leisure in relation to religion as seen from the results of a transnational empirical lifestyle research of the “visegrad countries” (HU. University of Turku. Indian Institute of Advanced Study. MUMBAI. India and Aneela GADRE.Authors and Papers Alba COLOMBO. Germany The everyday image of a peronist nation? A discourse analysis of peronism and power in Buenos Aires street art Pekka RÄSÄNEN and Outi SARPILA.12:15 489 Leisure and digital transformation: Emerging patterns of communication and electronic community / El ocio y las transformaciones digitales / Les loisirs et les transformations numériques Join Session RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC14 Sociology of Communication. College of Arts and Commerce. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. PL.14:00 529 Cultural and spiritual leisure values of the East and West Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizer: Ishwar MODI. Chinese Culture Institute Authors and Papers Zsuzsanna BENKÖ and Klára TARKÓ. CZ. Spain Traditional arts events as new perspectives of leisure in multicultural societies in Europe Alexandra NENKO. Arts & Humanities. National Research University Higher School of Economics. Hebrew University of Jerusalem. UEMG. SK) Melise LUNGUINHO. Brazil The course of the party and party in progress: Experiences of otherness through tourism and leisure backpack 12:30 . India and Ma HUIDI. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Knowledge and Culture RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  149  . Universidade Federal de Campina Grande. Brazil Ocio transformacional y diversidad cultural 10:45 . India Co-chairs: Veena SHARMA.

Portugal Improvisations of leisure behind bars Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Colombia Consumo de sustancias psicoactivas en instituciones educativas públicas y su relación con las políticas públicas en Colombia 10:45 . India International Institute of Social Sciences. India Co-chairs: Claudia MARTINEZ MULLEN. USA and Shalini MODI.12:15 667 Leisure education: Social justice in life-long learning. Universidade Federal do Brasil. Germany Integration of online-based brand communities into value creating processes of firms Cláudia RESENDE. University of Latvia. Universidade de Lisboa.16:00 603 Women. Universidad del Valle.14:30 . Brazil The future of leisure in a city in transformation: The case of Rio de Janeiro Christianne GOMES. Japan  150  .16:00 735 Multi-dimensionality of leisure in a multicultural world Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizer: Ishwar MODI. Rhodes University. Japan Chair: Scott NORTH.10:30 645 Transformation of leisure and ageing perspectives Joint session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . Brazil Ocio y redes sociales Melanie WENZEL. India Authors and Papers Sigita SNIKERE and Ilze KOROLEVA. Department of University of Rajasthan.14:00 704 Future of leisure in a troubled world Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizer: Scott NORTH. Latvia Drugs and leisure activities among Eastern European young people Rashmi JAIN. India Youth and changing leisure patterns: A study of youth in urban India Miyerlandy CABANZO VALENCIA and Carlos Felipe MUÑOZ BARRENECHE. leisure and family in the age of transformations Joint Session RC32 Women in Society RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Authors and Papers Tania Maria Freitas BARROS MACIEL. Osaka University. India International Institute of Social Sciences. Technical University Berlin. Part II Joint Session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC04 Sociology of Education Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . Osaka University.

Digital revolution and docile body  151  . Université de Lille 1. Greece and Olivier CHANTRAINE. USA Chair: Isleide FONTENELLE. Panteion University. York University. Fundação Getulio Vargas. democracy and social justice Part I Location: 450 {NB} Session Organizers: Isleide FONTENELLE. Brazil Authors and Papers Florent GAUDEZ. Discours et histoires dans l’Argentine post-dictatoriale (1983-1989) RC14 Sociology of Communication. Brazil Du candidat “Raul” au président “Alfonsin”. India Lise DEMAILLY. Canada. Panteion University. France Démocratie digitale et e-participation : A la croisée d’une sociologie des usages et d’une anthropologie du symbolique 14:30 . Knowledge and Culture Programme Coordinator: Christiana CONSTANTOPOULOU. Greece Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Fundação Getulio Vargas. France Chair: Lise DEMAILLY. Brazil Authors and Papers Indhu RAJAGOPAL. CLERSE.17:45 766 RC13 Business Meeting Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizer: Ishwar MODI. Greece L’imaginaire démocratique européen 10:45 . France Paradoxes du discours démocratique et de ses supports Emilio DE IPOLA. Panteion University.16:15 .16:00 172 New media.12:15 58 Discours à propos de la démocratie Session co-organized with Aislf GT 12 Socio-anthropologie Politique Location: 450 {NB} Session Organizers: Christiana CONSTANTOPOULOU. Argentina Démocratie et inégalité Raul-Enrique ROJO. Université Pierre-Mendès. France Les figures éclatées de la “démocratie sanitaire” Christiana CONSTANTOPOULOU. Université de Lille. The University of Texas San Antonio. Université de Buenos Aires. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Panteion University. Université de Lille.10:30 16 Imaginaires Démocratiques Contemporains Co-Organized with Aislf GT 12 Socioanthropologie Politique Location: 450 {NB} Session Organizers: Christiana CONSTANTOPOULOU. Brazil and Jeffrey HALLEY. France Authors and Papers Olivier CHANTRAINE. Université de Lille. Greece and Olivier CHANTRAINE. India International Institute of Social Sciences. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. France Chair: Raul-Enrique ROJO.

Brazil Chair: Indhu RAJAGOPAL. University of Helsinki.14:00 317 Videography and the Analysis of Visual Knowledge and Culture Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC14 Sociology of Communication. Brazil For a genealogy of responsibility in consumption Ryoichi HORIGUCHI. USA Old songs. Swedish School of Textiles. and social identity in Wisconsin’s capitol occupation Vinicius Wagner OLIVEIRA SANTOS. Halmstad University. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Fundação Getulio Vargas. Finland Evolving online society and the transformation of political organization in Internet Oksana LYCHKOVSKA. The University of Texas San Antonio. Spain Digital skills as a conditioning factor for digital political participation Martin BERG. new media: Facebook. Brazil The AfroDigital museum: Citizenship. The University of Texas San Antonio. Fundação Getulio Vargas. Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. York University. Odessa National Mechnikov University. Knowledge and Culture Location: 24 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  152  . Austria Chances and risks on social networking sites: The impact of education on the use of SNS and on awareness of data (in)security {*} 10:45 . Sweden Facebook: Automated structures and reflexive social practices Jackson FOOTE. identity and technology Stefano DE MARCO. University of Wisconsin-Madison. Ukraine Authors and Papers Myrian SANTOS. State University of Rio de Janeiro. Odessa National Mechnikov University. Mirko ANTINO. Ukraine and Isleide FONTENELLE. Odessa National Mechnikov University. Japan Gender equality in the safety culture Viviane RIEGEL. Ukraine Blogging as participatory media practices and new public sphere constructors in Ukrainian society Natalia WAECHTER. democracy and social justice Part II Location: 450 {NB} Session Organizers: Isleide FONTENELLE. Brazil Information society. Kinki University. Spain and Cristóbal TORRESALBERO. Brazil Global consumption culture: Global brandsx influence in social practices Elias LE GRAND. public policies and the social management of the subjectivity Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Fundação Getulio Vargas. protest songs. Canada Authors and Papers Consumer culture and social issues {*} Isleide FONTENELLE. USA. Institute for Advanced Studies.10:30 200 Consumer culture and social issues Location: 450 {NB} Session Organizers: Jeffrey HALLEY. Oksana LYCHKOVSKA. Brazil and Jeffrey HALLEY. Sweden Moral-aesthetic regulation and class formation: The case of “chavs” in the UK 12:30 .Ilkka ARMINEN. USA Chair: Oksana LYCHKOVSKA. ESPM/SP. State University of Campinas.12:15 258 New media.

Universidade Federal Fluminense. Colombia Chair: Magdalena FELICE. Political Science and Communication. Dokkyo University. RUIZ SAN ROMAN. Ra’anana. Brazil Arts and crafts: Between creativity and techniques learning. Brazil The Brazil imagined in Latin America Kayko OKAMURA. Colgate University. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Argentina Authors and Papers José A. cultural diversity and identity transformations in a global world Location: 450 {NB} Session Organizers: Isleide FONTENELLE. culture and consume: A campana brothers case study Marcello DA SILVA MALGARIN FILHO and Débora KRISCHKE LEITÃO. University of Konstanz. Germany  153  . Fundação Getulio Vargas. Universidade Federal de Santa Maria. Ukraine and Jeffrey HALLEY. Brazil Pixel bricolage: Machinima and production of digital art Authors and Papers Eliska ALTMANN. Brazil Front page: Identity and social exclusion in headlines of populars newspapers Patricia REINHEIMER. Argentina and Daniela SZPILBARG. art and work. Japan Old and new media in local societies in times of catastrophe: The role of local papers during the great east Japan earthqake Carlos Eduardo FIALHO. Spain El desarrollo de herramientas de comunicación gobierno-ciudadano como riesgo para el desarrollo de las comunidades 16:15 . IIGG. FGV-EAESP.16:00 334 Cultural industries. USA Chair: Paul LOPES. Israel Hummus in Israel: Between the industrial and the artisanal Ezequiel SAFERSTEIN. UFRRJ. Brazil Design. Ukraine and Jeffrey HALLEY. practices and representations of publishers as opposed to a global publishing industry Ines PEREIRA and Luciana SHINODA. UBA-CONICET. Fundação Getulio Vargas. Argentina Global publishers? New skills. Odessa National Mechnikov University.CIN. identity and subjectivity Farrah BÉRUBÉ. Universidad del Norte.14:30 . Brazil. UBA-CONICET. USA Authors and Papers Dafna HIRSCH. Open University of Israel. new media and art in the global world Location: 450 {NB} Session Organizers: Isleide FONTENELLE. USA Chair: Jochen DREHER. Odessa National Mechnikov University. The University of Texas San Antonio.10:30 424 Ciudadanía digital. e-democracia y e-competencia en las sociedades contemporáneas Location: 450 {NB} Session Organizer: Elias SAID-HUNG. The University of Texas San Antonio. Brazil and Tatiana MIRANDA. Oksana LYCHKOVSKA. Canada Cultural diversity and journalism in Canada Friday 3 August 09:00 . Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. Brazil. Oksana LYCHKOVSKA.17:45 391 Media. Sociology. Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro.

inmigración y políticas públicas de integración Clotildes TEIXEIRA and Alcenir REIS. Mexico La vinculación de las instituciones de educación superior en México Florencia CLAES and José Miguel OSTESO. Fundación Internacional para el Desarrollo de Gobiernos Confiables. Spain and Eduardo CALDERÓN. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.12:15 489 Leisure and digital transformation: Emerging patterns of communication and electronic community / El ocio y las transformaciones digitales / Les loisirs et les transformations numériques Joint Session RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC14 Sociology of Communication. RUIZ SAN ROMAN. Mexico and Antonio LUCAS. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya.14:00 546 RC14 Business Meeting Location: 450 {NB}  154  .12:15 478 Desarrollo social y cooperación 2. Universidad Católica del Uruguay. Spain Más allá del IWA 4: Los intentos de racionalizar el gobierno desde una perspectiva local Antonio COLOMER. Uruguay E-government in Uruguay: A way to improve citizenship Mauricio Nihil OLIVERA. Uruguay TIC y bienestar: El impacto de las habilidades digitales en las trayectorias académicas y laborales de los jóvenes uruguayos evaluados por PISA 2003 (en base a estudio de tipo Panel) Silvia LAGO MARTINEZ and Mirta MAURO. Knowledge and Culture RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . Argentina Cibercultura. Brazil La información y el patrimonio inmaterial: Una propuesta de la ciudadanía digital Natalia Daniela CONTRERAS FERNANDEZ. ciberciudadanías y acción política Nicolás ROCHE. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Spain Authors and Papers Carlos GADSDEN. Universidad Católica del Uruguay. Spain E-migración: Sociedad de la información. SEP.Matías DODEL. Spain Chair: Leticia PORTO PEDROSA. Spain Capacitación sobre economía solidaria y desarrollo comunitario Carlos SANTAMARIA. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Colombia El país de los corazones 10:45 . Universidad de Guadalajara. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Ignasi BRUNET. Mexico.0 Co-organized with AISO Location: 450 {NB} Session Organizer: José A. Universidad Pontificia de Valencia. Spain Metadatos en la biblioteca: Trabajo colaborativo en la comunidad universitaria 10:45 . Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Universidad de Buenos Aires.

juventud y desarrollo. Universidade Federal de Sergipe. UNLP-CONICET. Argentina. Argentina Tic. Argentina Chair: Silvia Lago MARTÍNEZ. CONICET-Universidad de Buenos Aires. The University of Texas San Antonio. La apropiación de la computadora e Internet por jóvenes de sectores populares en Argentina Juan Ignacio JALIF. Social Communication and Journalism. UBA UNSAM.14:30 . espacio y aura José A. Spain and Gaspar BRÄNDLE SEÑAN. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. UBA UNLa. UNSAM-CONICET. Colombia Participación ciudadana móvil en jóvenes en condición vulnerable en Colombia 10:45 . Argentina The problem of equality in everyday life Sebastián BENÍTEZ LARGHI. Argentina El uso escolar y no escolar de las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación en los jóvenes de la provincia de Santa Cruz Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Brazil. Canada A critical sociology of journalism: Regulating cultural diversity in the Montreal and New York press Bilyana MARTINOVSKI. Odessa National Mechnikov University. Argentina Consumo de cine y música: Tiempo. Brazil  155  . Spain Conflicto y solución de conflictos entre jóvenes. Universidad del Norte. Isleide FONTENELLE. Argentina. IDAES/UNSAMIIGG-UBA. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina. Universidad de la República. IDAES/UNSAM UBA. Argentina and Diego PICOTTO. Univeridad de Buenos Aires. Argentina Dispositivos pedagógicos. Universidad de Murcia. Instituto Gino Germani. Japan. Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral. RUIZ SAN ROMAN. Dolores CACERES ZAPATERO.10:30 629 Jóvenes y comunicación Co-organized with ALAS Location: 450 {NB} Session Organizer: Silvia Lago MARTÍNEZ. Brazil Chair: Cesar BOLANO. Ariel FONTECOBA. Argentina Distintas perspectivas sobre la vinculación políticajuventud en la última década: El discurso de los medios y de los actores en clave comparada Ana WORTMAN.16:00 578 Cuestiones en torno a la comunicación contemporánea / Contemporary communication issues Location: 450 {NB} Session Organizers: Ryoichi HORIGUCHI. UNLP-CONICET. Argentina. Fundação Getulio Vargas. Ukraine and Jeffrey HALLEY. Diferencias y semejanzas de la relación cara a cara y en Internet Julieta ARMELLA.12:15 681 Redes y transformaciones sociales Co-organized with ALAIC Location: 450 {NB} Session Organizer: Cesar BOLANO. Argentina Authors and Papers Elias SAID-HUNG. Oksana LYCHKOVSKA. Uruguay Authors and Papers Greg NIELSEN. Kinki University. O de cuando las tecnologías invadieron las aulas Lucas BANG. cultura mediática y subjetividad. Argentina and Jimena PONCE DE LEÓN. Concordia University. Stockholm University and University College of Boras. Carolina AGUERRE. Univeridad de Buenos Aires. and Marina Alejandra OLLARI. Universidad de San Andrés-CONICET. Universidade Federal de Sergipe. Marina MOGUILLANSKY. USA Chair: Ana RIVOIR. Sweden The ethical turn: Communication as a manifestation of the ethical Daniela Griselda LOPEZ.

Universidad Complutense de Madrid. participación y medios de comunicación Co-organized with AISO Location: 450 {NB} Session Organizer: Isabel de LA TORRE PRADOS. nuevas tecnologías y cambio social. ORTIZ-NEGRON. University of Puerto Rico.16:00 743 Responsabilidad social. Spain La huelga como la ficción institucionalizada de la participación de los trabajadores en los conflictos colectivos Giuseppina PELLEGRINO. Spain. Brazil La música grabada y su formato digital: Transformaciones en la industria discográfica brasileña Authors and Papers Laura L. Universidad de Sevilla. Spain La responsabilidad social y la transparencia informativa en los medios de comunicación en España 12:30 . Puerto Rico La televisión como mediación sociopolítica: Entre la responsabilidad social. Colombia Participación y relaciones sociales desde los líderes de opinión online de Twitter en América Latina y Medio Oriente Florencia CLAES and Luis DELTELL. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Construir la responsabilidad social a través de los medios de comunicación Alexia SANZ HERNÁNDEZ.14:00 708 Language and Discourse in Online Social Media Joint Session RC25 Language and Society (host committee) RC14 Sociology of Communication. Reineris MONTERO LAURENCIO and Víctor Hugo PÉREZ GALLO. Un estudio de caso: La insurgencia popular de Oaxaca Cauê DE CAMARGO MARTINS. Spain Chair: Isabel de LA TORRE PRADOS. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Cuba Cultura energética y comportamiento organizacional. Spain Prácticas de apropiación. Universidad del Norte. Universidad Rovira i Virgili. Knowledge and Culture Location: 32 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . Spain Twitter y la medición de audiencias Tommaso GRAVANTE. University of Calabria. Universidade Federal de São Paulo. dos estudios de caso en instituciones universitarias Leticia PORTO PEDROSA. Instituto Superior Minero-Metalúrgico.Authors and Papers Elias SAID-HUNG and Carlos ARCILA-CALDERÓN. Universidad de Zaragoza. Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. Italy La comunicación social (sobre la violencia) de género. la imagen y el espectáculo Ignasi BRUNET and David MORAL. Spain  156  .

King’s College London. María Belén MOREJON and Mariano ECHECONEA. Australia. France Signing up for an early clinical trial: How important is the physician-patient relationship in the patient’s choice? Claudia MALACRIDA. University of Kent. Università di Bologna. Canada Authors and Papers Johanne COLLIN and Julien SIMARD. Australia.RC15 Sociology of Health Programme Coordinator: Ivy BOURGEAULT. University of Queensland. Michael CALNAN. United Kingdom and Michael CALNAN. University of Lethbridge. perceptions and experiences Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizers: Kirsten HARLEY. McGill University. Matías BALLESTEROS. University of Kent. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Sylvain BESLE and Emilien SCHULTZ. femininity. The University of Sydney. University of Buenos Aires. University of Montreal. University of London. United Kingdom and Jonathan GABE. University of Cambridge. University of Ottawa. University of London. Australia Navigating back pain care: A sociological study of women’s illness pathways within and between intersecting social worlds Betina FREIDIN.10:30 40 Towards Better Healthcare for All: What Matters in the Transformation of Healthcare Systems and Policy. DESROSIERS. Charlotte KENTEN and Sarah DEEDAT. Fran COLLYER and Karen WILLIS. United Kingdom Planning for an (un)certain future: Choice within English end of life care Kirsten HARLEY.12:15 64 Health care choice: Discourses. and Hugo C. CONICET. Canada Women imagining the ideal birth: Discourses of risk. The University of Sydney. and morality 12:30 . Italy Human enhancement and social justice: Is there a right to not enhance?  157  . Canada. Argentina Choosing Ayurveda as a health care practice in Argentina {*} Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Jonathan GABE. United Kingdom Choosing health care: A view from the sociological literature Myfanwy MORGAN. Canada Erica BORGSTROM. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC15 Sociology of Health (host committee) Location: 438 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 .14:00 140 The transformation of lives: Making up people through biotechnologies Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizers: Johanne COLLIN and Annette LEIBING. United Kingdom Shaping individual choice for public benefit: Promoting deceased organ donation in a system of informed consent Emma KIRBY and Alex BROOM. Montreal Enhancement and evolving polarities: The case of "smart drugs" Antonio MATURO. Part I Joint Session RC19 Sociology of Poverty. University of Montreal. Université Paris IV Sorbonne.

Germany. Lund University. Italy Pharmaceutical and italian health service among consumption and social construction in Italy {*} 14:30 . Sweden What do the SSRI pills do? Users experiences of antidepressants at the crossroads of bodies. Royal Holloway University of London. Ankara. minds and medicine Annette LEIBING. Italy and Simona OLIVADOTI. Taiwan Gene as a metaphor: The geneticization of aboriginal identity in Taiwan {*} Shai MULINARI. University of Montreal. France Another look at pharmaceuticals Marcia GRISOTTI. York University and Pamela SIEGEL. University of MilanBicocca. Ryukoku University.10:30 230 Sociology of complementary and alternative medicine. Royal Holloway. Brazil Controversies and uncertainties on health claims for functional foods in Brazil Sebastian SATTLER and Carsten SAUER. Argentina Médicos que practican medicinas no convencionales: Marginación histórica.Kerstin SANDELL. Instituto Superior de Ciências da Saúde Egas MONIZ and Jonathan GABE. nichos de integración institucional. University of Buenos Aires and CONICET. United Kingdom Strategies of CAM to cam’isise health-care in Portugal: The case of acupuncture and homeopathy  158  . EHESS. Goethe University Frankfurt. University of Erfurt.16:00 169 Medications and pharmaceuticalization: Continuity and change Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizers: Noemia LOPES. Université de Lyon. Federal University of Santa Catarina. Canada How to fix a broken heart: Stem cells. Anahita GRISONI. University of Buenos Aires and CONICET. Guido MEHLKOP. Germany High-flying scholars: An empirical study on the decision-making process of scientists using smart pills to enhance performance Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Taipei. Japan Legalization of functional food in late-modern Japan: A sociological analysis of the state legitimatization of “health food” and “health drug” and some considerations of its implications for the risk-society thesis and the medicalization of life thesis Johanne COLLIN. Royal Holloway University of London. Part I Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizers: Nelson FILICE DE BARROS. University of London Authors and Papers Koichiro KURODA. Joana ALMEIDA. University of Campinas. Middle East Technical University. Florianopolis. National Agency for Regional Health Service. Lund University. Betina FREIDIN. Turkey Pharmaceuticalization of society through the popular healthy life discourse: The case of Turkey {*} Mara TOGNETTI BORDOGNA. Germany and Peter GRAEFF. University of Montreal. y modalidades de práctica profesional Joana ALMEIDA. Sweden Regulating drug information in Europe: A pyrrhic victory for countervailing forces? Nihan BOZOK and Mehmet BOZOK. Academia Sincia. aging and cardiac disease Yu-yueh TSAI. Institute of Sociology. Albert BANERJEE. Otsu. Rome. Canada and Pierre-Marie DAVID. Bielefeld University. State University of Campinas Authors and Papers Betina FREIDIN.

14:00 306 Obesity: A 21st century plague? Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizer: Karen GRANT.Pamela SIEGEL. Paris. Monash University. EHESS-IIAC. Nelson FILICE DE BARROS and José Barreto CAMPELLO CARVALHEIRA. Social Welfare and Social Policy (host committee) RC15 Sociology of Health Location: APT 210 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . University of Manitoba  159  . Osaka. Australia The role of the fatosphere in obese adults’ sense of inclusion and changing responses to obesity stigma Malena MONTEVERDE and Enrique PELAEZ. University of Guelph. Japan Global impact and changing local reality: Understanding of overweight and obesity in Japan {*} 09:00 .16:00 365 Towards better healthcare for all: What matters in the transformation of healthcare systems and policy. Kanpur Ayurvedic healthcare in India: An alternate to allopath? Authors and Papers Manuela FERRARI. Part I Joint Session RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups (host committee) RC15 Sociology of Health Location: 434 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 .10:30 231 Towards better healthcare for all: What matters in the transformation of healthcare systems and policy. University of Toronto. CSJM University. diversity and inclusion. Canada Re-visioning ethical responses to fat: From enforcing body norms to exploring the possibilities unique to different bodies Marissa DICKINS and Samantha THOMAS. State University of Campinas. Kanpur City. Argentina Obesidad y nivel socio económico de la población adulta de Argentina {*} Chika SHINOHARA.12:15 263 Professional governance and health human resource management: The challenges of equality. France The stigma of being “overweight” in three European countries Carla RICE. Canada Weight trouble: Between eating disorder and obesity myths Solenn CAROF. University of New England. Brazil Health professionals’ perceptions on the use of integrative medicine for cancer patients at the clinics hospital of the state university of campinas. Part II Joint Session RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Australia and Bri KING. CONICET-UNC. Brazil Sanjay TEWARI. Social Welfare and Social Policy (host committee) RC15 Sociology of Health Location: 438 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . India and LIC of India. Momoyama Gakuin University. Part III Joint Session RC19 Sociology of Poverty.

Kirsten HARLEY. United Kingdom. Australia A case study of health workforce governance change in Australia Eszter KOVACS and Gábor SZÓCSKA. Netherlands Dependence. Semmelweis University. University of Sydney. Italy and S.12:15 509 The health workforce governance continuum: Good professionals. bodies and minds following the emergence of the new neurosciences: Sociological challenges Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizers: Kerstin SANDELL and Shai MULINARI. Argentina Improving access to educational materials in sub saharan health professions schools Friday 3 August 09:00 . University of Sydney Authors and Papers Samantha MEYER. Edmond GIRASEK. Semmelweis University. Università di Bologna.V. Harvard University Inequities of access to health care in Italy: The role of socioeconomic status Eszter KOVACS. University of Newcastle. Italy The logic of therapeutic action in the construction of artificial nature Caragh BROSNAN. University of Sydney. safer patients and the right to health care Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizer: Stephanie SHORT. London. Australia and Patrick BROWN. Australia Mobility of filipino nurses: Interviews in Australia and the Philippines Hugo MERCER. SUBRAMANIAN. Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences. Flinders University.10:30 430 Exploring boundaries of pathology and normality. University of Milano-Bicocca Authors and Papers Espen DAHL and Kjetil VAN DER WEL. Norway Health inequalities across Europe: Do welfare arrangements make a difference? Valeria GLORIOSO. Edit EKE and Miklós SZÓCSKA. findings of health PROMeTHEUS 10:45 . Budapest. University of Amsterdam. Budapest. Craig VEITCH and Stephanie SHORT. trust and agency? Exploring contingency within the lay-professional interface  160  . Lund University Authors and Papers Antonio MATURO. Hungary Global challenges and local needs – How European mobility of medical doctors affects on health inequalities. Universidad de Buenos Aires. University of Milano-Bicocca.17:45 399 RC15 Business Meeting Location: 438 {NB} Fiona PACEY. Brunel University.16:15 . Hungary Medical profession and medical error prevention in Hungary Stephanie SHORT and Kanchan MARCUS. Australia Investigating the ‘neuro’ in neuroethics: The implications for neuroethics of the multiplicity of neuroscience and the brain 12:30 .14:00 532 Health Inequalities across European Health Systems Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizers: Mara TOGNETTI and Annalisa ORNAGHI.

essentialisms and reproductive discourses  161  . Chile Uncertainty and reproductive responsibility: Men and assisted reproduction in Chile Tina MILLER. Part IV Joint Session RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Brazil and Márcia Thereza COUTO.12:15 668 Men and reproduction Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizers: Maria LOHAN. University of Florida Authors and Papers Dean MURPHY. Czech Republic “Boys with the toys”. Hegemonies of men over reproduction: Biomedical childbirth made in Czech Republic 10:45 . Lorraine CULLEY. Slovak Academy of Sciences. Australia Gay men. De Montfort University and William MARSIGLIO. Miroslav POPPER. Universidade Federal de São Paulo. Universidades de São Paulo. University of Ottawa. Universidade de São Paulo. Brisbane. diversity and inclusion. Swedish School of Social Science Authors and Papers Rosana MACHIN. Slovakia Are fathers accepted around here? Implicit and explicit messages about parenthood in Slovak media and legislation {*} 14:30 .Louise BOUCHARD. University of Ottawa. São Carlos. surrogacy and parenthood Florencia HERRERA.10:30 644 Towards better healthcare for all: What matters in the transformation of healthcare systems and policy. Brno. Escuela de Universidad Diego Portales. Bratislava. United Kingdom Anticipating and ‘experiencing’ birth: Men. Sydney. Brazil and Ricardo BATISTA. moralities and being cared for: An exploration of experiences of living and dying in a hospice Iva SMIDOVA. Ivan LUKSIK and Gabriel BIANCHI. Marcelo ALBERTINI.10:30 633 Men’s health: Intersections between culture and science Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizer: Elianne RISKA. Santiago. Part II Joint Session RC15 Sociology of Health (host committee) RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups Location: 438 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 09:00 . University of Queensland. Canada Bibliometric analysis of research on health inequalities {*} Magda PETRJANOSOVA. Australia Masculinity. Canada. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC15 Sociology of Health (host committee) Location: APT 210 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Masaryk University. Oxford Brookes University. University of New South Wales.16:00 588 Professional governance and health human resource management: the challenges of equality. Brazil Concepts of gender and masculinity between primary healthcare professionals in Brazil Alex BROOM and Emma KIRBY. Queen’s University Belfast.

Ile-Ife. National University of Ireland Galway. Sailesh BHATTARAI. University of Australia The what. Fiocruz.Sandi DHEENSA and Bob WILLIAMS. Ivan LUKSIK and Magda PETRJANOSOVA. Ireland Facilitating transition to fatherhood the role antenatal education classes {*} Gabriel BIANCHI. Tessa MORGAN and Margaret WILLIAMSON. Slovakia Stereotypes about fathers and family planning {*} 14:30 . when. United Kingdom The third sector. Brazil Tercer sector y el cáncer en Brasil 16:15 . Anatilde IDOYAGA MOLINA. Sophia CONSTANTINO and Meagan DAVIS. Seisa University. University of Campinas. Trinity College Dublin. Boston Patients and community participation Lourdes Karoline ALMEIDA SILVA and Francisco OLIVEIRA BARROS JUNIOR. University of Auckland. University of Ottawa Authors and Papers Claudia CHAUFAN. Better health.17:45 774 Sociology of complementary and alternative medicine. Declan DEVANE. King’s College London. Alison METCALFE. Pretoria. Harvard School of Public Health. New Zealand. Joanne BARNES. Obafemi Awolowo University. Italy The quality of social-health services and the role of social activism in tuscany Miwako HOSODA. Pisa University. Part II Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizer: Nelson FILICE DE BARROS. Carlo RUZZA and Ming LIM University of Leicester. San Francisco You must not confuse poverty with laziness: A case study on the power of discourse to reproduce diabetes inequalities Ojo AGUNBIADE. Kay STEWART. Nigeria The exemplary adults and the challenge of seeking care for sexually transmitted infections among older adults in Nigeria Jacqueline TUDBALL. Nepal.14:00 724 The role of the ‘Third Sector’ in health care reforms Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizer: Guido GIARELLI. Australia. Miroslav POPPER. Ireland. who. Australia. Brazil and Cristiane SPADACIO. Kanagawa. Universidade Federal do Piauí. Marie PIROTTA. Yokohama. United Kingdom Men’s experiences of antenatal screening: A grounded theory analysis {*} Tracy MORISON. University of Campinas. Monash University. Argentina. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences. Human Sciences Research Council. how and if of medicines decision-making 12:30 . Slovak Academy of Sciences. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas. University of Birmingham. Brazil. University of California. United Kingdom. NPS Better choices. Brazil Panelists: Camila GONÇALO. University Magna Graecia Authors and Papers Ellen ANNANDALE.16:00 745 Sociology of health and health care Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizer: Ivy BOURGEAULT. Japan. University of Campinas. South Africa Heterosexual men and parenthood decision-making in South Africa: Attending to the invisible norm {*} Lorraine ANDREWS and Joan LALOR. Bratislava. Brazil  162  . patient communities and the changing NHS in England Rita BIANCHERI and Silvia CERVIA. Marcio Luiz MELLO.

Copenhagen Business School  163  . Copenhagen Business School. University of New England.Authors and Papers Pamela SIEGEL and Nelson FILICE DE BARROS. Brazil Categorías profesionales y las prácticas integrativas y complementarias {*} Camila GONÇALO and Nelson BARROS. Brazil New objects and social actors produced by positive evidence of the use of complementary and integrative practices in the field of oral health Cristiane SPADACIO and Nelson BARROS. 09:00 . Liz McFALL. Ireland Studies/ Mechanisms of innovation Location: 433 {NB} Session Organizers: Alan SCOTT.10:30 Kathia SERRANO-VELARDE. University of Campinas. University of Campinas. Copenhagen Business School. Thursday 2 August Copenhagen Business School. United Kingdom. Berlin Authors and Papers Frederik THUESEN.14:00 118 Globalisation and its impacts on professions and organisations Joint Session RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups RC17 Sociology of Organization (host committee) RC17 Location: 433 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Sociology of Organization Programme Coordinators: Paul DU GAY. Denmark Organizing with or without organization theory? 12:30 . Copenhagen. Cristina BESIO and Uli MEYER. Frederiksberg. University 219 Organizational critique before (and of Heidelberg. Denmark Stakeholder theories and the dynamics of an inclusive labor market {*} Wednesday 1 August 10:45 . Copenhagen Business School. University College Dublin. Frederiksberg. Technical University. Open University. Brazil The use of traditional medicine and complementary and alternative medicine by type 2 diabetes patients as a marker of social distinction in Brazil Authors and Papers Signe VIKKELSO and Paul DU GAY. The Danish National Centre for Social Research. Denmark Where did ‘task’ go in organization theory? Susanne EKMAN. Denmark. University of Campinas. Germany and Robert van after?) Critical Management KRIEKEN. Denmark The persona of organization theorists – What happened to good old-fashioned relevance? Karen BOLL.12:15 88 What Makes an Organization Location: 433 {NB} Session Organizer: Paul DU GAY. Frederiksberg.

National University of Singapore Market making and organization of consumer goods markets 14:30 . Anita ENGELS and Lisa KNOLL. Madrid. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Antonio LUCAS.P. Universidad Complutense. Belgium Is innovation routine? Diverse types of innovative behavior and routine work Authors and Papers J. Germany What did companies learn in the EU emissions trading system phase I? 10:45 . University of Heidelberg.Nadja DAMIJ. Spain and Sergio LLANO. Santiago. United Kingdom Devising consumption: The question of “private fact” Dr Tomas ARIZTIA. Colombia Communication as a basic element of organizations: Contributions and perspectives from digital social networks Liz McFALL. University of London. Germany Did markets for emission trading reduce pollution? empirical evidence from EU emission trading system – Phase I (2005-2007) Miguel RODRIGUEZ LOPEZ. Australia  164  . España and Kathia SERRANO-VELARDE.10:30 444 Responsibility. University of Victoria. Faculty of Information Studies Novo mesto. Universidad Diego Portales. United Kingdom Finding the ‘low hanging fruit’: Modelling and experimentation in consumer debt collection organisations Miodrag PETROVIC. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Nuclear economics: Evaluatory epistemologies and the shaping of Chile’s energy market Miguel RODRIGUEZ LOPEZ.12:15 277 What makes consumer market organizations? Location: 433 {NB} Session Organizer: Liz McFALL. Madrid. Hamburg University.16:00 351 Organizing markets Joint Session RC17 Sociology of Organization (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society Location: 433 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Friday 3 August 09:00 . Leuven.14:00 307 Organizing climate change Location: 433 {NB} Session Organizer: Stewart CLEGG. HIVA Research Institute for Work and Society. Universidad Complutense. Open University. Slovenia Innovative organisation as a social field: Microfoundations of innovation Stan DE SPIEGELAERE and Guy VAN GYES. Chile Marketing and advertisement evaluation practices: The making of the chilean middle class consumer Joe DEVILLE. Canada Corporate elite organizations and the legitimization of carbon markets: An analysis of the environmental policy-planning network 1996-2010 Manuel TIRONI. participation and communication in organisations Experiencias de participación y comunicación: responsabilidad social en organizaciones de Latinoamérica Location: 433 {NB} Session Organizers: Antonio LUCAS. Sydney. SAPINSKI. Germany 12:30 . Open University. Hamburg University. University of Technology.

14:00 541 Organizations and Mixed Methods. Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Universidad de la República Uruguay El análisis de datos cualitativos empleando software no privativo (Trama y Freemind) para el estudio de procesos organizacionales {*} Ignasi BRUNET ICART and Joan RODRÍGUEZ SOLER.Authors and Papers Leonardo MARENGO and María Inés LANDA. Madrid. Montevideo. Spain La cultura de la responsabilidad social corporativa en los consumidores y ciudadanos Gastón CASA DIAMANTE. Ministerio de Trabajo de la Provincia de Buenos Aires. Universidad Rovira i Virgili. Un enfoque sociológico Alexia SANZ HERNÁNDEZ and Manuel RAMOS MARTÍN. Spain Desarrollo local y crisis económica: ¿Nuevos escenarios? María GÓMEZ Y PATIÑO.16:00 736 Organizing global and domestic finances Joint Session RC17 Sociology of Organization RC02 Economy and Society (host committee) Location: 410 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  165  . Argentina and Andrea SUAREZ MAESTRE. Universidad Rovira i Virgili. Universidad de Zaragoza. Argentina Efectos del teletrabajo para el trabajador y la organización {*} Alejandro PIZZI. Spain and Aldo MENESES CARVAJAL. Uruguay ¿Alineamiento o involucramiento? Ingrid GONZÁLEZ MALDONADO. Possibilities and Requirements of a Meso-Level Sociology Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC17 Sociology of Organization Location: 24 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30. Caso de biografía académica Nora Inés RUBBINI. Universidad de Chile Entre los "indignación" democrática y el "laissez-faire" liberal: Dos formas de conflicto en la comunicación y la participación política {*} 10:45 . Universidad Central de Venezuela Diseño metodológico de la actividad académica del docente-investigador y su entorno social. Argentina Neo-organicismo y dispositivos inmunitarios en las dinámicas empresariales contemporáneas Isabel DE LA TORRE PRADOS. Córdoba. Universidad de Zaragoza. Universidad Auntónoma. Tarragona. Tarragona.12:15 501 RC17 Business Meeting Location: 433 {NB} 12:30. Spain El absentismo laboral en las organizaciones. Spain La recuperación del ciudadano en la política cultural local {*} Alejandro NOBOA. CONICET. Universidad de la República.

University of Stratchlyde. United Kingdom Discussant: Luis RAMIRO. Brazil Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . CONICET. India The policies of nationalization and privatization in India: Anti-poverty or anti-reservations 10:45 – 12:15 72 Political Inequality Outside of the West. Buenos Aires. University of Salamanca  166  . Part I Joint Session RC18 Political Sociology (host committee) RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development Location: 460 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Thursday 2 August 09:00 .14:00 125 Party Members and Activists in Latin America Location: 460 {NB} Session Organizer: Wolfgang RÜDIG. El caso de Santiago del Estero (1999-2010) Political Sociology Programme Coordinator: Felix LOPEZ. Universidad de Buenos Aires. National Institute of Rural Development Authors and Papers Sadhu AHLAWAT. Maharishi Dayanand University. Institute of Applied Economic Research. Argentina Cómo se construye un partido político “nuevo”: La emergencia del partido PRO en el distrito federal de Argentina Gastón KNEETEMAN. Universidad de Murcia. Argentina Las formas de reclutamiento de candidatos de los partidos políticos oficialistas en las provincias argentinas. pertenecía partidaria y diferencias internas en el radicalismo de una ciudad entre ríos (Argentina) entre 1996 y 1999 Victoria ORTIZ DE ROZAS. Buenos Aires. Universidad de Montevideo.10:30 25 Politics of Community and Community Development in the South: An Epistemological Engagement Location: 460 {NB} Session Organizers: Arun KUMAR. Uruguay Discussant: Manuel ALCANTARA SAEZ. Argentina Las cosas se cambian desde adentro: Recambio generacional. Ambedkar University and Eswarappa KASI. Rohtak.10:30 225 RC18 Round Table 1: Democratization and elections in Latin America Location: 26 {OB} Session Organizers: Rosario QUEIROLO and María Fernanda BOIDI.RC18 12:30 . Spain Authors and Papers Gabriel VOMMARO. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento.

Brazil Authors and Papers Soraya CORTES. Brazil Financiamiento de campanãs electorales y sistema electoral: Reflexiones sobre la agenda de la reforma política en Brasil. Argentina Democracia en Paraguay (1989-2008): Un análisis sociológico y político sobre el triunfo electoral de Fernando Lugo Méndez dentro de la transición a la democracia Florence HAEGEL and Carole BACHELOT.Authors and Papers María Fernanda BOIDI and Rosario QUEIROLO. 2003-2011 Janaína XAVIER DO NASCIMENTO. Brazil. Universidade Tecnologica Federal do Parana. Free University of Brussel. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Uruguay Different adjustment to new institutions: The case of uruguayan primaries Magdalena LOPEZ. Paris. leadership.16:00 332 Civil society and the state in Latin America and beyond: New patterns of relationship. Brazil Authors and Papers José Roberto GONZÁLEZ HERNÁNDEZ and Guadalupe Margarita GONZÁLEZ HERNÁNDEZ. Brazil Electoral behavior Rosario QUEIROLO and María Fernanda BOIDI. Wanderley REIS. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Mexico Social organizations. São Paulo. Uruguay Insatisfacción ciudadana e inestabilidad política en Argentina y Uruguay Bruno PINHEIRO. Matheus de Sá MORÁVIA and Lara Marina FERREIRA. Porto Alegre. CIFRA/González Raga & Asociados. Universidad de Montevideo.17:45 381 Civil society and the state in Latin America and beyond: New patterns of relationship. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.12:15 250 Intra-party conflicts: Enhancing or diminishing democracy at large? Location: 460 {NB} Session Organizer: Emilie van HAUTE. Centre d’études européennes. Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas. Thiago GREGHI. Marcelo BARBOSA. Part I Location: 460 {NB} Session Organizers: Elisa REIS and Graziella MORAES SILVA. Brazil An outside view: Councils in brazilian structure of partcipatory governance 16:15 . structural and cyclical dynamics 14:30 . Montevideo. Université Libre de Bruxelles Authors and Papers Caroline CLOSE. Belgium Macro and meso causes of party factionalism: A comparative analysis  167  . and construction of full citizenship: Two experiences in north central Mexico 10:45 . University of São. Curitiba. Miranda BOREL. France Party factionalism in french dominant parties: Relational. Fernando VIEIRA de FREITAS. Brazilian Centre of Analysis and Planning. Uruguay ¿Problemas en el paraíso? inseguridad y democracia en Uruguay Luis Eduardo GONZÁLEZ. Part II Location: 460 {NB} Session Organizers: Elisa REIS and Graziella MORAES SILVA. Universidad de Montevideo. Brazil Changing the relationship between the state and nonfor-profit organisations: The bureaucratisation of decision-making on organisations’ tax relieve in Brazil Adrian GURZA LAVALLE and Maira RODRIGUES.

Elisa REIS. social dualism. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. Azcapotzalco. The dynanics of Latin American democracies in the XXI century Friday 3 August 09:00 . Netherlands Generalized trust and political trust among immigrant and natives Carlos WAISMAN.12:15 471 Age of Democracy. CAMPOS. CSIC. The Polish Academy of Sciences. England Ideologies of equality? Public representations of poverty in unequal democracies Irina TOMESCU-DUBROW. Diogo LYRA and Marco NATALINO.10:30 420 Age of democracy. University of London. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Vilna Bashi TREITLER. Poland and Kazimierz SLOMCZYNSKI. Jessica WELBURN. Brazil Democracy and inequality: Socioeconomic impacts in the satisfaction with the regime Godofredo VIDAL DE LA ROSA. Brazil Revisiting autonomy: Historical turning points in NGOs-state relations in contemporary Brazil Ana NATALUCCI. Universidade Federal da Paraiba. Notas a propósito de la experiencia Argentina (2003-2011) Camila PENNA. Universidade de Brasília. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. CONICET. Universidade Federal Santa Maria. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. United States The political context of discrimination in Europe: Assessing trends on the basis of the European social survey (ESS) 12:30 .S. Brazil Social movements participation and land reform in Brazil {*} Thomas DE VROOME. City University of New York  168  . Mexico Inclusion/exclusion. Brazil.part II Location: 460 {NB} Session Organizer: Joshua DUBROW. Brazil Discussants: Hanna HERZOG. age of inequality Location: 460 {NB} Session Organizer: Joshua DUBROW. Universidad de Río Cuarto. Polish Academy of Sciences. University of California. Spain Residential concentration. ethnicity and party competition effects on the representation of immigrant-origin minorities in the Madrid metropolitan area Matias LOPEZ. João Pessoa. Age of Inequality .Rogerio MEDEIROS. Polish Academy of Sciences. San Diego. United States Democracy. Argentina Lo social y lo político en el cambio de época. Israel and United States Location: 22 {OB} Session Organizer: Graziella MORAES SILVA. Madrid. Poland Authors and Papers Santiago PÉREZ-NIEVAS. Utrecht University. Tel Aviv University. Poland Authors and Papers Rosana CAMPOS and Christiane S. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. University of Michigan. Amrita LAMBA. and the emergence of the bi-facial state 10:45 . The Ohio State University. Argentina. Warsaw.14:00 547 RC18 Round Table 2: Responses to stigmatization and redress rights – A comparative study of Brazil. María Florencia PAGLIARONE. Spain and Daniela VINTILA.

IACOVINI. Canada Chair: Fernando LOPEZ-ALVES. Universidade de São Paulo. political identities and social movements: The configuration of the political scene in La Matanza (Buenos Aires) {*} Authors and Papers Rafael MANDAGARAN GALLO and Ricardo MULLER. University of Bologna. Institute of Applied Economic Research. Brazil Democratic governance in Brazil: Institutional framework and political context shaping the national councils of social policies Peng LU. Brazil Authors and Papers Andrea RIGON.10:30 632 Leaders and Leadership: How the Presidentialization of Politics Affected the Balance of Powers within Parties Location: 460 {NB} Session Organizer: Gianluca PASSARELLI. St. Federal University of Pernambuco. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Thomas University. Brazil and Carlos PEREIRA. Italy Chair: Gianluca PASSARELLI. Danielle KLINTOWITZ. Getulio Vargas Foundation. United States Soraya CORTES.16:00 587 Participatory institutions. Universidade de São Paulo. CONICET. Buenos Aires. Italy Discussant: Gianluca PASSARELLI. Buenos Aires.548 RC18 Round Table 3: Transcending the national borders: Social forces and socio-political identities in international politics Location: 25 {OB} Session Organizer: Mikhail A. University of Bologna. Porto Alegre. Brazil The parliamentarization of presidentialism 14:30 . Brazil The United States and European union democracy promotion: From euro-Mediterranean partnership to uprisings in north of Africa and Middle East (2011) Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Argentina Presidential leadership of Hugo Chavez: Resources and strategies in the exercise of power Marcus André MELO. participación y financiación del desarrollo urbano en Brasil David GARIBAY. CONICET. Dublin. Italy Authors and Papers Leandro ERYSZEWICZ. Buenos Aires. Université Lumière Lyon 2. Trinity College. Fundação Getulio Vargas. Brazil Poder de decisión. political clientelism and democratization within the State Location: 460 {NB} Session Organizer: Felix LOPEZ. China The “wealthy-gentry politics” for capitalists in China {*} Paula Graciela KRAUSE. Universidad de California. University of Bologna. Beijing. Brazil. France Implementing participation to build new local political relations: The case of Santa Tecla (El Salvador)  169  . Florianopolis. Argentina Clientelist practices. Ireland Institutionalising patronage politics? Overlapping local authorities in the implementation of a participatory urban development programme in Nairobi Raquel ROLNIK. Political Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Rodrigo FARIA G. Argentina Leadership and presidentialization of politics in Argentina Mariano FRASCHINI. São Paulo. Brazil. MOLCHANOV. Universidad Nacional General San Martín.

MJELDE. CONICET.17:45 767 RC18 Business Meeting Location: 460 {NB} Session Organizer: Piero IGNAZI. Part II Joint Session RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) RC18 Political Sociology Location: 464 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  170  . University of Groningen. Social Welfare and Social Policy Programme Coordinators: Camila ARZA. University of Stratchlyde.10:30 40 Towards Better Healthcare for All: What Matters in the Transformation of Healthcare Systems and Policy. Karabuk University. Latin American School of Social Sciences. Canada Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Buenos Aires. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC15 Sociology of Health (Host Committee) Location: 438 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . Norway Party response to membership decline: What member functions do membership parties seek to preserve? Luis RAMIRO. Universidad de Murcia.10:30 30 RC19 Business Meeting Location: APT 210 {OB} 09:00 . Buenos Aires. Spain The effect of party primaries on electoral performance Emre CON. Argentina {*} 16:15 .14:00 713 Political inequality outside of the West. Italy RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Netherlands Joining and leaving Dutch politial parties. Turkey 2011 elections in Turkey and the radical break in the republican people’s party: Outcomes of the intraparty democratization Gabriel LEVITA. University of Bergen. Argentina and Daniel BELAND. University of Bologna. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Wijbrandt VAN SCHUUR.12:15 666 Intra-party democratization Location: 460 {NB} Session Organizer: Wolfgang RÜDIG. University of Saskatchewan. Part I Joint Session RC19 Poverty. Argentina ¿Cómo se llega a ser senador de la nación Argentina? (2001-2011): Pluralización de orígenes y trayectorias {*} Leandro ERYSZEWICZ and Paula Graciela KRAUSE. CONICET. results from a panel study Hilmar L.10:45 . Argentina Mutation or crisis of the argentine political parties? An analysis of the peronist party in the province of Buenos Aires.

Chile The impact of social assistance transfers on chronic and transitory poverty in Chile: 2001-2006 14:30 . Mexico ¿Oportunidades? Impacto del Programa Oportunidades sobre la movilidad social en México Carla GOMES and Bila SORJ. Carleton University. Brazil The cash transfer programs in Brazil. Brazil Possibilities and limitations of income transfer programs and social assistance services: Are we condemned to the punishment of sisyphus? Rogerio MEDEIROS. Argentina Universal social protection or conditional cash transfers: The disputes over labeling. University of Richmond. João Pinheiro Foundation. Brazil Conditional cash transfer and the monitoring of conditionalities: Aspects of implementation of Brazil’s bolsa familia program in varied municipal contexts Maria Ines FERREIRA. Latin American School of Social Sciences. Brazil The gender of the “new citizenship”: The mulheres da paz (Peace Women) program Debora LOPREITE and Laura MACDONALD. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Thais MARIN. Argentina and Daniel BELAND. United Kingdom and Maxine MOLYNEUX.12:15 73 Poverty and social policy in Latin America Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizers: Camila ARZA. Universidade Federal do Brazil. Just a word game? / Protección social universal o transferencias monetarias condicionadas: Las disputas por el nombre. Pontificia Universidad Catolica of Chile. Brazil Citizenship and bolsa familia {*] 12:30 . Fundação Getulio Vargas de São Paulo.10:45 . Mexico. Costa Rica  171  . Canada Transformation of Latin American welfare regimes: Early childhood education and care (ECEC) policies and the new investment strategy in Argentina and Mexico Luis MALDONADO. Canada Chair: Jennifer PRIBBLE. Universidade Federal da Paraiba. University of Manchester. University of London. University of São Paulo. Universidade Federal do Recôncavo da Bahia.14:00 123 Models of social assistance in Latin America Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizers: Armando BARRIENTOS. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. Institute for the Study of the Americas. University of Buenos Aires. University of Saskatchewan. Universidad de Costa Rica. USA Authors and Papers Fernando BURGOS. ¿Sólo un juego de palabras? Carla BRONZO.16:00 153 Basic universalism: Is Latin America getting closer or further away? Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizer: Juliana MARTÍNEZ FRANZONI. Honduras and Nicaragua: Similarities and differences in the fight against poverty Ana Lucía GRONDONA. Brazil Implementation of cash transfer programs: The role of street-level bureaucrats Iliana YASCHINE.

USA Discussant: Camila ARZA. USA Universalism at the subnational level in Argentina and Brazil Santiago ANRIA. Geneva. University of North Carolina. South Africa Pathways to universalism: Latin American experiences with social insurance and social assistance in comparative perspective Camila ARZA. Germany Universalism and anti-poverty-policy: A question of power and dominance? Carmen MIDAGLIA. Marcelo CASTILLO. University of Cape Town.12:15 271 Social protection for older adults in Latin America and beyond Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizer: Camila ARZA. Universidad de Montevideo. Uruguay La integración social y el olvido de los sectores sociales medios Authors and Papers Katja HUJO and Sarah COOK. Chile How the Chilean pension system discriminates against women Paulo TAFNER and Carolina BOTELHO. Asia and sub-saharan Africa Milko MATIJASCIC. Brazil Youth and social security coverage in Brazil 12:30 .Authors and Papers Jeremy SEEKINGS. Federal Reserve Bank. health. University of North Carolina. International Social Security Association. and social assistance Thursday 2 August 09:00 . USA Pension in Brazil: Outcomes and the pending agenda Manuel RIESCO and Francisco DURÁN. Florencia ANTÍA and Guillermo FUENTES. Argentina  172  . Brazil and Stephen KAY. University of Kassel. Latin American School of Social Sciences. Latin American School of Social Sciences. Part II Joint Session RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Switzerland What drives social pension reform? Comparing Latin America.10:30 231 Towards better healthcare for all: What matters in the transformation of healthcare systems and policy. Argentina Authors and Papers Sara NIEDZWIECKI. USA Universalizing access in education. Social Welfare and Social Policy (host committee) RC15 Sociology of Health Location: APT 210 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 .14:00 308 Panel discussion: The quality of social policy: Explaining cross-national and sub-national differences Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizer: Evelyne HUBER. Research Institute for Social Development. University of North Carolina. Argentina Towards universal protection for older adults? The expansion of old age pensions in Latin America Nico WEINMANN and Paul HECKER. Latin American School of Social Sciences. University of Richmond. Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada. Cenda. USA Social movements and social policy: The bolivian case Jennifer PRIBBLE.

17:45 382 Comparative social assistance models Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizers: Armando BARRIENTOS.16:00 362 Social policy in Latin America. Universität Kassel. University of São Paulo. Uruguay Mecanismos intergeneracionales de inclusión y exclusión.14:30 . Tensión entre compresión y medición de la pobreza extrema Orión Arturo FLORES CAMACHO. Latin American School of Social Sciences. University of London. similar implementation problems? Nora NAGELS. Part III Joint Session RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Un análisis desde la perspectiva de los destinatarios de las políticas sociales Susana PEÑALVA. Canada Chair: Carmen MIDAGLIA. Norway Latin American conditional cash transfers (CCTs) and Scandinavian activation schemes – Similar ideas. Argentina and Daniel BELAND. Universidad de la República. United Kingdom and Maxine MOLYNEUX. USA Rural pension reform in China: Lessons from within and beyond Latin America Einar OVERBYE. Instituto Superior de Investigación y Docencia para el Magisterio. Universidad de Guadalajara. United Kingdom Authors and Papers John WILLIAMSON. Mexico Las políticas de bienestar y desarrollo para las personas con discapacidad en México: De la exclusión al asistencialismo incompleto Enrique VALENCIA LOMELÍ. Uruguay Authors and Papers Adriana CLEMENTE.16:00 365 Towards better healthcare for all: What matters in the transformation of healthcare systems and policy. Switzerland Des programmes de lutte contre la pauvreté au Pérou et en Bolivie : Du référentiel néolibéral à inflexions sociales à un droit universel à l’assistance ? Ezequiel Luis BISTOLETTI and Carl Friedrich BOSSERT. Social Welfare and Social Policy (host committee) RC15 Sociology of Health Location: 438 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 16:15 . últimas redes y reconfiguración de la pobreza y la indigencia en medios urbanos. Marcia BARBERO PORTELA and Sebastián GOINHEIX. Argentina Social policies strategizing in Latin America: A cognitive return on the regional experience and on the shift of their reference frames 14:30 . Universidad de Montevideo. University of Saskatchewan. Akershus University College. Germany Between clientelism and universalism: The political dynamics behind social policy change in Argentina and Venezuela Ian PRATES. CONICET. University of Manchester. Brazil The beneficiaries of bolsa familia program and labor market: Empirical findings and the trajectory of the welfare policies in Brazil  173  . Boston College. IHEID. Argentina Familiarización del enfoque de bienestar. Part I Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizers: Camila ARZA. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Mexico Regímenes de bienestar en Corea del Sur y México: Actores e instituciones contrastantes Miguel SERNA.

Germany Interaction of national and transnational factors in elder care policies: Constructing a conceptual framework  174  . Korea Authors and Papers Sonia DRAIBE. University of Saskatchewan. different outcomes. Chile Diverse histories. Argentina La fabrique des politiques sociales en Amérique Latine : Des acteurs et processus au basculement de référentiels {*] 12:30 . Seoul. University of Vechta. CONICET. menos estado? Neoliberal pressures and health sector reform in Argentina. Canada Authors and Papers Hildegard THEOBALD. UNRISD. Canada Chair: Ito PENG. University of Campinas. Taekyoon KIM. Seoul National University.Friday 3 August 09:00 . Indiana University. Seoul National University. Switzerland Social policy and mixed governance: Lessons from South Korea Hyojin JANG. Nuevamente el dilema: ¿Universalismo o focalización? Rosalia CORTES. Ilcheong YI. United Kingdom Families under the sun: Implications of a conditional cash transfer in Montes de María. South Korea. Universidad de Costa Rica Authors and Papers Matías IUCCI. Germany Welfare regime trajectories: Latin America in perspective Huck-ju KWON and Jooha LEE. Universidad de Guadalajara. CONICET. Argentina Income transfer programs and labour policies in Argentina. University of Bristol. South Korea Neoliberal globalization and the pension reform in Panama Marina ANGELAKI. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas. USA ¿Más mercado. United Kingdom Transnational actors and pension policy: The cases of Argentina and Greece Shiri NOY. social policy and development in Latin America and East Asia Ingrid WEHR and Kerstin PRIWITZER. South Korea. Ewha University. Panteion University. Greece and Leandro CARRERA. University of Freiburg. University of Toronto. Cenda.12:15 512 Transnational actors and processes in social policy: Latin America and beyond Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizer: Daniel BELAND. Costa Rica and Peru Koen VOOREND. Colombia 10:45 . Seoul National University. University of Costa Rica A blessing or a curse? Migration and social policy in Central America Susana PEÑALVA. México Regímenes de bienestar latinoamericanos y transferencias monetarias condicionadas.14:00 560 The uneasy relationship between CCTs and universalism in Latin America Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizer: Juliana MARTÍNEZ Franzoni. Argentina Políticas sociales y clientelismo.10:30 428 Economic development and the role of social policy: Latin America and East Asia Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizer: Huck-ju KWON. Brazil and Manuel RIESCO. Bloomington. conflicting strategies? Maria Elisa BALEN. Límites de la inclusión social con igualdad de derechos en dos programas sociales en Argentina Carlos BARBA. London School of Economics.

Lund University. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro. Stockholm University. Sweden Emerging welfare states: Comparing East Asian and Scandinavian redistribution models in a global context Katrin WEIBLE. Nanyang Technological University. (Europe) and Latin America Kenneth NELSON. Universidad de Buenos Aires.10:30 644 Towards better healthcare for all: What matters in the transformation of healthcare systems and policy. Denmark Welfare societies in new democracies: Comparing regional developments in East Asia.16:00 584 Keynote lecture Location: APT 210 {OB} Authors and Papers Evelyne HUBER. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y técnicas. Claudia CABRERA. USA Democracy and Social Policy in Latin America Bruno Miranda NEVES and José dos Santos SOUZA. Latin American School of Social Sciences. Tommy FERRARINI and Florencia ROVIRA TORRES. Singapore Welfare reform and its limits in Singapore 10:45 . University of Saskatchewan. Department of University of Copenhagen. Germany Authors and Papers Peter ABRAHAMSON.14:00 706 Global social policy Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizers: Daniel BELAND. Part IV Joint Session RC19 Sociology of Poverty. Canada and Camila ARZA. Argentina Chair: Hildegard THEOBALD. Social Welfare and Social Policy RC15 Sociology of Health (host committee) Location: APT 210 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . Germany South Africa’s system of social cash transfers: Towards collective social responsibility? Youyenn TEO. Universidad de Guanajuato. Sweden and Hoai Anh TRAN Malmo University. Argentina Lo universal de la asignación universal por hijo en el conurbano bonaerense Katya RODRÍGUEZ. University of North Carolina.Part II Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizer: Camila ARZA. Sweden Public transfers and poverty: A global perspective Kjell NILSSON.14:30 . University of Vechta.12:15 684 Social policy in Latin America . Argentina Chair: Rosalia CORTES. Argentina Políticas públicas hacia la pobreza: La relación entre el BID y el estado nacional (2003-2009) Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Magnus RING and Johan SANDBERG. Brazil Los desafios de la educación de jóvenes y adultos en la red federal de educación profesional y tecnológica brasileña Vanesa CIOLLI. Mexico Modelo de asistencia social en México y pobreza: Una reflexión al finalizar la primera década del siglo XXI  175  . Latin American School of Social Sciences. Bielefeld University. Argentina Authors and Papers M.

Argentina and Frederick TURNER. University of Saskatchewan.10:30 11 Cultural Changes and Values in Comparative Perspective Location: 458 {NB} Session Organizers: Marita CARBALLO. University of Freiburg.16:00 748 The politics of welfare policy in Latin America Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizers: Camila ARZA. Oxford University. for poor women Emanuele FERRAGINA and Martin SEELEIB-KAISER.14:30 . Canada Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Canada Chair: Ingrid WEHR. Germany Authors and Papers Jorge MANGONNET. electoral competition and popular contention: The politics of subnational workfare spending in Argentina. Brazil and Juliana MARTÍNEZ FRANZONI. Latin American School of Social Sciences. Universidad de Costa Rica Can public policies catch up with the “silent revolution”? Responses from Latin America’s “best case” scenarios Yumi GARCIA dos SANTOS. Mexico Contesting neoliberalism from below. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas. Estela ARCOS and Luz Angelica MUÑOZ. Kantar Latin America. University of Saskatchewan. France 16:15 . University of Oxford. Argentina  176  . Canada and Camila ARZA. Argentina and Daniel BELAND. Latin American School of Social Sciences. Maison Interuniversitaire des Sciences de l’Homme. Kantar Latin America. University of Connecticut. 1970-2008 Authors and Papers Merike BLOFIELD. Chile. USA and Marita CARBALLO. Universidad de Playa Ancha Valparaíso. United Kingdom Recalibrating welfare states in the OECD world? The (R)evolutionary expansion of family policy RC20 Comparative Sociology Programme Coordinator: Jean-Pascal DALOZ. University of Connecticut. Chile Social policy on health in Chile. United Kingdom Contentious collective action and social spending in Latin America.17:45 761 Gender and family policy Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizers: Daniel BELAND. Centro de Estudos da Metrópole-CEM. USA Co-chairs: Frederick TURNER. 2003-2009 Guillermo FUENTES and Martín RODRÍGUEZ ARAÚJO. Universidad Andres Bello. Models of social policy at sub-national level Barbara ZARATE. Argentina Chair: Debora LOPREITE. Argentina Fiscal imbalances. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. Carleton University. University of Miami. Uruguay Más allá del contexto: Los factores que hicieron posible el "descongelamiento" del sistema de salud durante el primer gobierno de izquierda en el Uruguay Anahely MEDRANO. Brazil Are social rights knocking on the door or are there new forms of regulation of poor women? The new welfare service in Brazil and its recipients Ximena SANCHEZ. Universidad de Montevideo.

Part I Location: 458 {NB} Session Organizers: Gabriel KESSLER and Sandra GAYOL. Universidad de Deusto. University of Chieti-Pescara. Maison Interuniversitaire des Sciences de l’Homme. Argentina Discussants: María Carolina ZAPIOLA. Germany Peace versus justice: The peace process in West Nile. Spain The impact of interpersonal trust and economic performance on political support: Evidences from 38 European countries Ricardo HERMELO. Australia and Stephen VERTIGANS. culture and morality Location: 458 {NB} Session Organizers: Robert van KRIEKEN.10:30 202 Death and politics: Socio-historical and comparative approaches. Robert Gordon University. Japan Authors and Papers Ettore RECCHI. San Agustín School. Argentina Governability and economic growth 12:30 . Le cas des ateliers de tôlerie chez Renault en Argentine. University of Bayreuth. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Artur BOGNER and Dieter NEUBERT. CONICET. Norway Avatar politics Ariel SEVILLA. USA Mortal politics of the US labor movement: When? Where? Why? Success?  177  . USA and Paul LIPOLD. Vanderbilt University. University of Sydney. University of Oslo.12:15 57 Current research in comparative sociology Location: 458 {NB} Session Organizer: Jean-Pascal DALOZ. Netherlands Mindfulness interventions. Brentwood. France Chair: Jean-Pascal DALOZ. Students riots as civilizing processes in Chile 10:45 . en France et au Brésil Edurne BARTOLOMÉ. France Co-Chair: Masamichi SASAKI. and the civilizing process Miguel FERNÁNDEZ. University of Amsterdam. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento Authors and Papers Larry ISAAC. Universidad de Deusto. TNS Latin America.14:00 112 Comparative studies of historical and contemporary civilising and decivilising shifts in politics. UNGS and Carolina SCHILLAGI. France L’ethnographie comme méthode de comparaison internationale « par le bas ». University of Chuo. Uganda Bowen PAULLE.Authors and Papers Edurne BARTOLOMÉ. disadvantaged students. Chile Policies of inversion. TNS Argentina and Constanza CILLEY. Université de Reims. Spain Trust and interethnic contact in european neighbourhoods: Evidences from six european cities Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Italy Europe as transnational social space: A comparative assessment Anne KROGSTAD. Maison Interuniversitaire des Sciences de l’Homme.

Los crímenes del “petiso orejudo” y las discusiones sobre el delito y el castigo infantil y juvenil en la Buenos Aires de comienzos del siglo XX 12:30 – 14:00 326 The Sociogenesis of Environmental Injustice and Inequality in Latin America: Historic-Comparative Sociological Approaches Joint Session RC20 Comparative Sociology RCC24 Environment and Society. Brazil Modes d’engagement et formes de reconnaissance : Mobilisations collectives au Brésil et en France  178  .17:45 400 RC20 Business Meeting Location: 458 {NB} Friday 3 August 09:00 . Argentina Rituales funerarios heroicos y memorial cívico Jose BURUCUA and Nicolas KWIATKOWSKI. Argentina Martirio individual y colectivo como fórmula para la representación de masacres históricas Pablo Facundo ESCALANTE. WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology (host committee) Location: 31 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . Argentina Muertes heroicas y ajusticiamientos en la Revolución de Mayo. Buenos Aires. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento.10:30 442 Public spaces put to the test. 1810-1812 Mariana LUZZI. Argentina Reparar lo irreparable. CONICET. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento. Argentina Authors and Papers Fabio REIS MOTA. Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Una aproximación al proceso de configuración de su carácter público 16:15 . Argentina Authors and Papers María Alejandra FERNANDEZ. CONICET. Los debates en torno de las indemnizaciones a las víctimas del terrorismo de estado en la Argentina Juan Ignacio PIOVANI. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento. A Europe-Latin America comparison Location: 458 {NB} Session Organizer: Gabriel NARDACCHIONE. Part II Location: 458 {NB} Session Organizers: Gabriel KESSLER and Sandra GAYOL. Argentina El mercado de la muerte: Un estado de la cuestión sobre cementerios. Niterói. Argentina Un ejemplar extraordinario de la fauna criminal. University of São Paulo. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento. Brazil The emergence of the figure of the victim and its political impact Beatriz BRAGONI. CONICET. Universidade Federal Fluminense.Clodomir MATOS JÚNIOR. Universidad San Martín. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento. Argentina and Carla DEL CUETO. Universidad de Buenos Aires. memoriales y jardines de paz Carolina SCHILLAGI. Argentina Casos de muertes en la Argentina de los años noventa.12:15 240 Death and politics: Socio-historical and comparative approaches. CONICET. Argentina Los funerales del panteón de París como disputa simbólica entre el rey y la asamblea nacional María Carolina ZAPIOLA. Argentina Chair: Emilio de IPOLA.

Japan Women’s University. New University of Lisbon. Brazil Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.14:00 542 Qualitative Interviews in Comparative Sociology Location: 458 {NB} Session Organizer: Fumiya ONAKA. CONICET. France The academic pedigree: A globalized means of distinction? Svein S. Norway The paradoxical autonomy of nordic elite sport system Regional and Urban Development Programme Coordinators: Fernando DIAZ ORUETA. Center for Metropolitan Studies and University of São Paulo. Norwegian School of Management. Japan Narratives of Japanese Peruvian internment experiences during World War II RC21 10:45 . Belgium and Brigitte DARCHY-KOECHLIN. Universidad del Rosario. ANDERSEN. Colombia Adaptarse y resistir al poder de los actores armados: Dos facetas de la acción colectiva en contextos de violencia Leandro Sebastian LOPEZ. Japan Discussant: Cecile VERMOT. University of Cape Town. Japan The “Japanese war orphans“ who remain in China in comparison with those who returned to Japan Shuko NAKADA.12:15 504 Social distinction and globalization Location: 458 {NB} Session Organizer: Jean-Pascal DALOZ. Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Universidad de La Rioja. Instituto de Investigaciones Dr. Mexico Health care personnel facing the new abortion law in Mexico city 12:30 . Observatoire Sociologique du Changement.10:30 41 Urban Studies and the Challenge of Travelling Concepts and Comparative Methods Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizer: Jeremy SEEKINGS. Argentina Inmigrantes. South Africa  179  . University of Strasbourg. Interacciones y diversidad en un aula universitaria argentina Alicia MARQUEZ MURRIETA. Portugal Everything under my skin: The tragic in the vulnerabilities of HIV positive people in Portugal Juan Carlos GUERRERO BERNAL. Argentina Cambiando de ubicación y de marco. Yuri KAZEPOV. Germany Chair: Jean-Pascal DALOZ. Maison Interuniversitaire des Sciences de l’Homme. comerciantes y un conde: Análisis de los relatos sobre los orígenes de un barrio de clase media de la ciudad de Buenos Aires a partir de un abordaje pragmatista-pragmático del espacio público German FERNANDEZ VAVRIK. University of Urbino. trabajadores. Université catholique de Louvain. José María Luis Mora. Spain Authors and Papers Zhang LAN. France Authors and Papers Hugues DRAELANTS. Rikkyo University. Italy and Eduardo MARQUES. Japan Women’s University. Japan Women’s University. Spain. Japan Chair: Fumiya ONAKA.José Manuel RESENDE.

Brazil and Gabriel De SANTIS FELTRAN. spectral identities. USA Remaking the edge of Europe from Buenos Aires to Istanbul: Urban landscapes. Centro de Estudos da Metrópole. Austria Shifting paradigms? Towards a qualitative sociological approach for international comparative gentrification research {*} Justin KADI. École des hautes études en sciences sociales. Brazil Three actors and engagements on the outskirts of São Paulo Leilah LANDIM.12:15 87 Urban outskirts: Renewed conflicts in a comparative perspective Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizers: Neiva Vieira Da CUNHA. temor e inseguridad en la periferia de la ciudad de La Plata  180  12:30 . University of São Paulo. France The reception of the first Chicago School of Sociology in Brazil Diego ARANGO LÓPEZ. Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Serviço social. migration and ethnic relations Joint Session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC05 Racism. Brazil Urban territories: A multi-scale analysis of public policies (Brazil. Universidade Federal de São Carlos. France The travelling city. Harokopio University & National Centre for Social Research. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 .14:00 142 Urban planning and public policies for social and ethnic mix: ‘faithbased displacement activities’ or effective instruments against sociospatial exclusion? Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizers: Claire COLOMB and Sonia ARBACI. Tufts University.Authors and Papers Licia VALLADARES. University of Lille 1. University of Vienna. A view from outside the core Ryan CENTNER. University of Amsterdam. Argentina Estigmas. São Carlos.14:00 122 Leisure. Greece The travelling adventures of urban theory. United Kingdom The challenge of investigating policy mobilities. social learning and policy change in (global) urban studies: Methodological reflections Thomas MALOUTAS. Universidad de Buenos Aires. University College London . University College London. Brazil Authors and Papers Ramiro SEGURA. PUCRio. Brazil Civil organizations and urban outskirts: Cartographies Isabel GEORGES. São Paulo) {*} 12:30 . Brazil La notion de risque environnementale et les favelas de Rio de Janeiro : La flexibilité du discours officiele dans le cas de la favela Rocinha Ana Paula GALDEANO. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Netherlands Comparative urban housing market neoliberalization – A methodological framework {*} Maria CARMAN. Argentina Apuntes sobre la interdependencia de las clases sociales en un espacio paradigmático: Las urbanizaciones cerradas Rafael SOARES GONÇALVES. and the politics of location Florian HUBER. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. transfer and reception of modern urbanism in Latin American cities Claire COLOMB. urbanization.

Lucía SOLARI. United Kingdom Neighborhood mix and social attitudes: The intersections of class and ethnicity in a northern english city {*} 14:30 . housing and public space in the intensification of downtown Toronto: Good intentions and neo-liberal realities {*} Jorge Martín MOTTA. Hungary Producing CET – Uneasy alliances in the making of a new urban space Lidia K. Politecnico di Milano. UC Santa Cruz. UFR SHS.16:00 184 The role of design and social justice in 21st century cities: Paradoxes and challenges Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizers: Verónica DEVALLE and Carla RODRÍGUEZ. France When promoting social mix leads to support gentrification: The case of Paris Gill VALENTINE. Ángela MENCHÓN. USA Jesús LEAL. The City University of New York. University of Western Sydney. or spatial segregation? Negotiating technical expertise in the making of the shemlan master plan in Lebanon Massimo BRICOCOLI and Roberta CUCCA. Poiesis. Carolina CUESTA. Humboldt University Berlin. USA The gentrification of sensibilities: Politics and aesthetics in a NYC changing neighborhood Eva GARCIA PEREZ. MANZO. American University of Beirut. Faculty of Spatial Planning. Argentina Prácticas sociales. Mercedes PÉREZ WODTKE. Germany Social mix or gentrification: Contradictory perspectives on urban regeneration in Berlin-neukoelln Lana SALMAN. El caso de la exAU3 en la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires desde una mirada proyectual {*}  181  . Dortmund University of Technology. Canada Design. Argentina Authors and Papers Miriam GREENBERG. Université Paris-Est Marne-laVallée. Central European University Budapest. Natalia RAPISARDA. Buenos Aires. Spain La mezcla social en las áreas metropolitanas de Madrid y Barcelona Anne CLERVAL. Dipartimento di Architettura e PIanificazione. Rodrigo FERNÁNDEZ BUFFA. Argentina Ciudad marca y planes estratégicos en metrópolis de la cultura: Una aproximación a Madrid y Buenos Aires {*} William MICHELSON. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Bárbara CRIVOS and Bárbara ROMANO. Lebanon Ethnic integration. the Netherlands. India Rupturing aesthetics from order: New challenges for inclusive urban design Judit VERES. University of Toronto. Johan ANDERSSON and Aneta PIEKUT. diseño arquitectónico-urbano y espacio público. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.Authors and Papers Michael DARCY and Lauren KENWORTHY. Germany First the mixture and then what? Community participation and neighbourhood integration in mixed neighbourhoods in Rotterdam. and New Haven. USA New urban imaginaries in the branded city: Towards a critical and comparative approach Kulwinder KAUR. Juan Pablo NEGRO. Spain Social interaction in urban public spaces: When residential social mixing doesn't bring social cohesion {*} Elena MARTÍNEZ GOYTRE and Daniel SORANDO ORTÍN. Leeds University. Australia ‘We’re moving – like it or not’: Tenant driven research on forced relocation and social mix Sandra HUNING and Nina SCHUSTER. Sociología II. Department of Architecture and Design. AECID. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Italy Local effects of a diffused and misleading rhetoric: Social mix and local housing policies Julia NAST. Jamia Millia Islamia University. Social Sciences and Psychology.C.

Greece. Brazil {*} Edmond PRETECEILLE and Marco OBERTI. Harokopio University. King’s College London. France Urban segregation and school inequalities: Structural changes and the impact of the school distric policy reform in parisian suburbs Tim BUTLER and Chris HAMNETT. Stavros SIRIGOS. United Kingdom Gentrification. Spain Contextualizing gentrification: A comparative study of Madrid and Buenos Aires {*} Clarice MISOCZKY DE OLIVEIRA and João FARIAS ROVATI.10:30 228 Segregation(s) and urban inequalities in major cities around the world. Greece Authors and Papers John LOGAN. Germany Immigration in European cities and the determinants of social exclusion {*} Andromachi HADJIYANNI and Antoinetta CAPELLA. University of Thessaly. Finland Selective migration flows and the production and reproduction of ethnic residential segregation {*} Giuliana COSTA. Brazil Large urban projects – The study-case of Porto Alegre. Italy and Benjamin EWERT. Spain and Thomas MALOUTAS. Greece. OSC. urban segregation and inequalities: The case of Sciences Po in Paris {*} André CAETANO and Luciana ANDRADE. University of Crete. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. National Centre For Social Research. Brown University. Germany Creative tourism: Buenos Aires and the authenticity production of tango dance tourists {*} Jorge SEQUERA. Masaryk University. University of Helsinki. Universidad de Barcelona. USA Black flight: Racial shuffling in American metropolitan areas Miguel RUBIALES. University of Hamburg. Greece. Pontificia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais.Franco BARRIONUEVO ANZALDI. Justus-Liebig Universität Giessen. Czech Republic We are the last ones here… The experience of growing old in gentrifying post-socialist urban environment? {*} Katja VILKAMA. Brazil Three research traditions and their influences over the two major residential segregation studies in Brazil during the last two decades Hilary SILVER and Orly CLERGE. OSC. France Promoting “social diversity”. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Brown University. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Spain Élites y desigualdad urbana: Segregación residencial de las clases altas en las grandes regiones metropolitanas españolas 1991-2010 {*} Lucie GALCANOVA. and Despoina VALASSI. Part I Joint Session RC43 Housing and Built Environment RC21 Regional and Urban Development (host committee) Location: 301 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 09:00 . Universite Paris 7 .10:30 212 Housing and the right to the city. education and exclusionary displacement in east London Marco OBERTI. Greece Urban segregation and educational inequality in Athens {*} Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Politecnico di Milano. Part I Location: 304 {OB} Session Organizers: Jesús LEAL. USA School segregation and school inequality in the US  182  . Isabel PUJADAS and Jordi BAYONA. StavrosNikiforos SPYRELLIS.

Humboldt University of Berlin. Universitat de Barcelona.10:45 . Kabukichô Caroline PATSIAS. Brazil: Conflict and community association in the re-creation of a public sphere in the housing milieu (2006-2010) Corinna HÖLZL.16:00 367 Urban conflicts. Universidade Federal do Paraná. Japan The problem of order of urban subcultural groups: A case study of Japanese sex industry and a shopping center organization in mid-tokyo’s amusement district. Brazil Authors and Papers Veronica GAGO. Germany Demographic change and educational reform in times of new public management 14:30 . ALONSO. Ambiens Sociedade Cooperativa. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. CONICET. Institut d’études politiques d’Aix-en-Provence. Germany Strategies and outcome of citizen participation in current planning conflicts in Santiago de Chile Toru TAKEOKA. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. comparative studies and planning. Brazil Social movements in belo horizonte. Brazil Cycles of protest in Curitiba: Mobilization structures and collective action repertoire in two cases in Curitiba {*} 12:30 – 14:00 299 Housing and the right to the city. Part I Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizer: Carlos VAINER. Univerdidade Federal Fluminense. France Authors and Papers Guillermo V. Brazil and Ramon José GUSSO. Argentina and Eva GARCIA PEREZ. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina and Gilles VERPRAET. Italy. Université du Québec à Montréal. The University of Tokyo. Argentina Hipótesis sobre hacer ciudad. Part II Joint Session RC21 Regional and Urban Development (host committee) RC43 Housing and Built Environment Location: 301 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  183  . Universidad Bellaterra.12:15 255 Local Welfare: Changing States. CONICET. Stakeholders Mobilization and Policy Rescaling Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizers: Enzo MINGIONE. Spain Governance and socioeconomic innovation: Two European territories compared Constanza ULRIKSEN. France Social movements. Université de Toulouse II Le Mirail. Université Paris Ouest. Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg. University of Milan-Bicocca. urban reforms and participation: A comparison between Marseilles (France) and Montreal (Canada) José Ricardo VARGAS DE FARIA. Canada and Sylvie PATSIAS. Brazil and Altamiro Sergio Mol BESSA. France The neighborhood revitalization policy in Chile: What influence from France and the United States in terms of the role of state and civil society? Lope ANDREU LOPE. Spain La importancia del territorio en materia de empleo: De la estrategia Europea de empleo a las políticas activas locales Walter BARTL. AECID. una mirada a través del indoamericano Lucia CAPANEMA ALVARES. Susana PEÑALVA. Argentina Articulación interjurisdiccional de las políticas sociales Marc PRADEL.

Part II Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizers: Jesús LEAL. Uruguay Urban inequalities and segregation in Montevideo Rodrigo SALCEDO and Alejandra RASSE. National University of Singapore.16:00 368 Urban movements in the new metropolitan context Joint Session RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements (host committee) RC21 Regional and Urban Development Location: 302 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Friday 3 August 09:00 . Chile: De la fragmentación identitaria a la fragmentación espacial María Mercedes DI VIRGILIO and Mariano PERELMAN. Japan The restructuring of a Japanese style hotels’ workforce at the periphery of the Tokyo metropolitan area {*} Danilo VEIGA. Hirosaki University. Singapore Modernity and governance in four east Asian metropolises Takashi MACHIMURA. Universidad de la República. USA An ethnography of failure: Actors and interactions of governance in contemporary Bogotá {*} 446 09:00 . Tokyo. Hitotsubashi University. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Yildiz Technical University. migrants and the development of inclusive urban cultures and identities. Spain and Thomas MALOUTAS. Centre for Metropolitan Studies and University of São Paulo. France What is governed? Comparing governance modes in large metropolis Alan HARDING. Cambridge. Brazil Patrick LE GALÈS and Tommaso VITALE. University of Manchester. Turkey Socio-spatial restructuring in Istanbul and the changing segregation and exclusion patterns Keiko YAMAGUCHI. Brazil Patterns of governance and government in São Paulo. 2011 Federico PEREZ. Sciences Po. Nanzan University. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Eduardo MARQUES. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.17:45 388 Governing cities: A comparison of large cities Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizers: Patrick Le GALÈS.10:30 437 Migration. Harokopio University. United Kingdom Massification. Part I Joint Session RC31 Sociology of Migration (host committee) RC21 Regional and Urban Development Location: 307 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 16:15 . Japan Heterogeneity and instability : Another view on Japanese suburbs Asuman TURKUN. France and Mike RACO. Sciences PO. Greece Authors and Papers Chikako MORI. University College London.14:30 .10:30 Segregation(s) and urban inequalities in major cities around the world. governance and inter-urban disparities Miodrag PETROVIC. Argentina Repensando la segregación en Buenos Aires {*}  184  . Chile Auto-segregación de las elites en Santiago. Japan Cities under stress: Cumulative and cascading effects of disaster on urban governance in Tokyo. Universidad Católica del Maule.

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. United Kingdom The heuristics of place-making: Mapping the spatiality of urban (in)justice Nelma GUSMÃO DE OLIVEIRA. Australia Advanced urban marginality in Australia: The case of public housing Anne-Marie BROUDEHOUX. movimientos sociales y política urbana en la zona metropolitana del valle de México 1980-2011  185  . University College London. new territories and religious conflicts: Mapping the afro-brazilian religious temples in Rio de Janeiro Regina BIENENSTEIN. SANTIAGO. Germany Participation and market-driven development {*} Javier GHIBAUDI. Universidade Federal Fluminense. Rio de Janeiro {*} 10:45 . neighbourhood conflicts and planning policy in Berlin and Barcelona {*} Jan DOHNKE. France Urban conflicts and institutional mediation. Alex FREDIANI and Rita LAMBERT. Santiago de Chile Economic restructuring and urban fragmentation by functional specialization in Santiago de Chile {*} Bianca MUSANTE and Dan ADASZKO. Freie Universität Berlin. Universidade Federal Fluminense. Brazil New feelings of belonging. ISUC. Canada Accumulation by multiple dispossessions: The case of porto maravilha. University College London.12:15 483 Housing and the Right to the City. Universidade Estadual do Sudoeste da Bahia. Brazil. Paris. SEN/UFF. Brazil and Gabriel SILVESTRE. University College London. Rio de Janeiro Adriana ALLEN.. Technical University Berlin. United Kingdom and Johannes NOVY. England The entitlement to the spectacular city: The case of forced evictions in Rio de Janeiro Tommaso VITALE. Brazil Trabalho. comparative studies and planning. Chile Cultura de cohesión e integración en las ciudades chilenas {*} Felipe LINK. Public administration. Brazil Conflictual planning in vila Autodromo. Sciences Po. Germany A city for whom? urban tourism. Universidade Federal do Brazil. Ponrifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro. Universidade Federal Fluminense. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Mexico Conflictos.12:15 514 Urban conflicts. Fabricio LEAL DE OLIVEIRA and Giselle TANAKA. Universidade Federal do Brazil and Fernanda SÁNCHEZ. Itapetinga. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Unidad Xochimilco. Part III Joint Session RC43 Housing and Built Environment (host committee) RC21 Regional and Urban Development Location: 469 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . Brazil Authors and Papers Emilio PRADILLA and Felipe de Jesús MORENO. Brazil. Université du Québec à Montréal. Roma settlements and normative polarization dynamics Claire COLOMB. University of New South Wales.Guillermo WORMALD and Maria TREBILCOCK. Universidad Católica Argentina Segregación residencial y acceso a bienes y servicios urbanos en la Argentina 2007-2010 {*} Alan MORRIS. Pedro NOVAIS LIMA JR. Canada and James FREEMAN. conflito e cidade: Luta de projetos na periferia da Buenos Aires contemporânea {*} Sonia GIACOMINI. Concordia University. Glauco BIENENSTEIN. Part II Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizer: Carlos VAINER.

South Africa Is the south ‘brazilian’? The public realm in urban Brazil through a comparative lens Stijn OOSTERLYNCK. United Kingdom and Joan SUBIRATS. University of Cape Town. Alnarp. France L’insécurité. Universidad Nacional del Comahue. University of Warwick. Germany Linguistic diversity in urban spaces {*} Ida CASTIGLIONI and Alberto GIASANTI. Université Laval. Dominican Republic Counter-hegemony and the sociology of place: A preliminary study of new social movements at parque duarte in santo domingo {*} Ingrid BRECKNER. University of Milano-Bicocca. Spain. Vando BORGHI. Brown University. Osvaldo ROMERO University of Sancti Spiritus.12:30 . Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales Paris. Sweden and Magnus JOHANSSON. Argentina Exclusion process and mental health services Esther HERNÁNDEZ-MEDINA. Malmo University. Argentina Authors and Papers Robert CASTEL. USA Voicing to heal: Researching black women’s suffering in the context of urban violence in Rio de Janeiro Greg NIELSEN. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.10:30 620 Community governance: Contesting power and socio-spatial inequality Location: 457 {NB} Session Organizers: Ismael BLANCO. The University of Texas at Austin. Sweden  186  . USA Participatory community governance: Reinforcing or redressing urban inequality? Jeremy SEEKINGS. Belgium Invoking and disrupting community in urban development strategies: Exploring its (post-)political tendencies Andrea RIGON. Cuba and Armando ULLOA. Italy. University of Milano Bicocca. Spain Authors and Papers Benjamin GOLDFRANK.16:00 576 Business Meeting Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizer: Yuri KAZEPOV. Nicaragua Good practices of cooperation between university and local community 14:30 . Seton Hall University. University of UNAN of Managua. Trinity College. Tim DELSHAMMAR. Ireland Reproducing inequalities through community governance structures: Elite capture in a participatory slum-upgrading programme in Kenya Denise PICHé. Milan. University of Bologna. Hafen City University Hamburg. Italy. Canada Contesting local governance in a poor peri-urban community: A case study in Senegal {*} Peter PARKER. Malmo University. problème social ou instrumentalisation politique ? Magdalena CHIARA. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Italy Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Concordia University. University of Antwerp. Universidad de Buenos Aires. South Orange. Italy and Hugo MERCER. Canada Voicing exclusion to implied audiences: Urban poverty in the North American press María Vanda IANOWSKI. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento. Mike GEDDES. University of Urbino. Sweden. Argentina Buscando conceptualizar la relación entre política de salud y territorio: Un enfoque para el análisis de la fragmentación del sistema sanitario argentino Luciane ROCHA.14:00 554 Social justice and voice: Urban suffering between transformations of the city and participation Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizers: Lavinia BIFULCO.

Germany Resourceful cities and citizens: Chances and challenges of comparative urban studies 12:30 . Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Italy Authors and Papers Talja BLOKLAND. Université de Lyon. GUIVANT. Universidade Técnica de Lisboa. USA Authors and Papers Federico PEREZ. Portugal Planning instruments and practices in adjacent areas to the city centre: Maputo’s case study {*} Natália LELIS. VU University Amsterdam. Brazil and Daniel SCHUGURENSKY. Portugal Planification participative d’un quartier sensible dans la périphérie de Lisbonne Fabricio LEAL DE OLIVEIRA. Universidade Federal do Brazil and Mauro REGO MONTEIRO SANTOS.10:30 622 Do urban planning and practice contribute to social justice and democratization in cities? Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizers: Geraldo COSTA and Heloisa Moura COSTA.Planning for appropriation: Public space led development to counteract territorial stigmatization {*} Peer SMETS. Argentina Las memorias en el espacio público: Los casos de la ex ESMA y el parque de la memoria en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires  187  .14:00 714 Public spaces in global metropolises: Form. Université Technique de Lisbonne. Netherlands Governance of liquid neighbourhood commmunities and their relation with stakeholders in Amsterdam {*} Sílvia JORGE. Cambridge. DAVIS and Nora Ruth LIBERTUN de DUREN. USA Authors and Papers Maria Lucia Refinetti MARTINS.12:15 665 IJURR Lecture: Resourceful cities and citizens: chances and challenges of comparative urban studies Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizer: Yuri KAZEPOV. and popular participation: Notes on the process of preparation and implementation of municipal master plans in Brazil Jupira MENDONCA. Brazil The regularization policy between the formalization and the tenure security {*} Amanda MURINO RAFACHO. Brazil Urban agriculture (UA) stimulating the participative management in the construction of social politics {*} Fatiha BELMESSOUS. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. University of Urbino. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. France Social cohesion and social mix: The seeking of a normative city? {*} 10:45 . Massachusetts Institute of Technology. and meaning. Brazil The normative field. University of Lisbon. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Part I Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizers: Diane E. Belo Horizonte. function. USA Public space in contemporary Bogotá: From policy artifacts to urban assemblages Valeria DURÁN. Arizona State University. CONICET. Brazil and Júlia S. Humboldt University Berlin. Brazil Participatory planning at a metropolitan level: Can it work? Ivana Cristina LOVO. Brazil Planning and the limits of urban policies Isabel RAPOSO. Portugal From planning to action: Actors envolvement in urban space planning – Vale da Amoreira at Moita (Portugal) {*} 09:00 . Universidade de São Paulo.

São Paulo {*} Paula Cecilia ROSA and Ariel Oscar GARCÍA. University of Brasilia.16:00 738 Public spaces in global metropolises: Form. India Public-private and beyond: Looking towards new meanings of public space Jacob LEDERMAN. USA  188  . Part II Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizers: Diane E. Jamia Millia Islamia University. Spain Uses and appropriation of public spaces by the foreign population. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Petersburg.17:45 758 Cities and climate change Joint Session RC24 Environment and Society RC21 Regional and Urban Development (host committee) Location: 301 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . Brazil Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Massachusetts Institute of Technology. USA Authors and Papers Anna ZHELNINA. Brazil Concrete and imaginary: Meanings of Roosevelt Square. Higher School of Economics in St. Centro de Estudios Urbanos y Regionales. Russia Nikita KHARLAMOV. France “Erano altri tempi”. and meaning. Universidade de São Paulo. The case of Madrid Natalia COSACOV and Mariano PERELMAN. sociospatial change and belonging on local shopping streets {*} 16:15 . Experiencias en Buenos Aires en el siglo XXI Khalil ESTEBAN. New Delhi. Brazil Chairs: Hugo José SUAREZ. Universidad de Buenos Aires. USA “But this is a park!” The paradox of public space in a Buenos Aires “no man’s land” Pedro UCEDA NAVAS. function. DAVIS and Nora Ruth LIBERTUN de DUREN. Clark University. Sciences Po.10:30 35 Religion and the Challenges of the Contemporary World Location: 414 {NB} Session Organizer: Eloísa MARTIN.Kulwinder KAUR. USA Consuming neighborhoods: Aesthetics. Parents’ diachronic look at children’s experience of public spaces in two European metropolises RC22 Sociology of Religion Programme Coordinator: Eloísa MARTIN. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and Felipe GAYTAN ALCALA. Universidad Nacional General Sarmiento. Petersburg. United Kingdom Navigating ambivalence in public places: The atmospheres of heterotopias Clément RIVIERE. City University of New York. Argentina Espacio público y coproducción de la seguridad {*} Laura BRASLOW. Russia Public spaces as spaces of fear and alienation? Youth in public spaces in St. reputation. Argentina Las pugnas por el uso del espacio público: Explorando moralidades y narrativas sobre la desigualdad {*} Daniela PALMA. La Salle University. City University of New York. Argentina Usos y apropiaciones del espacio público en contextos de pobreza.

CIESAS Occidente. Ruhr-University Bochum. Bristol. United Kingdom Religious obligation. Argentina Problemas corrientes. New Zealand Umbanda in the city: Magic. University of the West of England. respuestas alternativas. University of Brasilia. México Jóvenes y religiosidad.12:15 80 Religion and the rights of social minorities Location: 414 {NB} Session Organizer: Tânia Mara ALMEIDA. mysticism and the mass appeal of a uniquely Brazilian religion {*} Luis Alberto CARDENAS. Federal University. Russia The embedding of ethnic and religious communities in a polycultural region of Russia: Trust. Estudio del complejo editorial católico y evangélico en la Argentina María Del Rosario RAMÍREZ MORALES. Brazil Religious movements and the debate on the law projects that intend to criminalize homophobia in Brazil  189  . University of Brasília. Leeds University. and citizenship: The material poverty and spiritual riches of ultraorthodox jews in Israel Martin JAIME. Buenos Aires. Mugla University. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Babasaheb Ambedkar National Institute of Social Sciences.Authors and Papers Deniz Ali GÜR. Centro de Investigación en Género y Acción Social. PUC RS. Germany Muslim organizations in Germany lobbying for rights of social minorities: Contested issues of naturalization and religious recognition {*} 12:30 . Perú The catholic church role within the human rights movement in Peru since 2000 Cecilia DELGADO MOLINA. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Mujeres católicas contra la despenalización del aborto en la Argentina: Formas de creer y participar en transformación {*} Kerstin ROSENOW-WILLIAMS. social justice and identification Joaquín ALGRANTI. El Movimiento Carismático Católico y la búsqueda de bienestar 10:45 . FLACSO. India Authors and Papers Johan ANDERSSON and Joanna SADGROVE. Brazil Christian religious life and lgbts identity David BARTRAM. Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Turkey Capitalism without enlightenment: Islamic Calvinism in Turkey Irina KUZNETSOVA. secular work. University of Auckland. Las distintas caras de la individuación religiosa Emma STONE. Argentina Globalizacion creencias sanaciones y milagros {*} Stephen HUNT. Porto Alegre. United Kingdom Christian negotiation of non-heterosexual rights in the UK: Challenges and dilemmas {*} Esteban MAIOLI. Consejo profesionales en sociología de Buenos Aires. United Kingdom Beyond the inter-faith agenda: Secular and religious divisions in urban Britain Ana Lucía OLMOS ALVAREZ. University of Leicester. Buenos Aires. Waitakere. Argentina Social discrimination of religious minorities in Argentina. Argentina Los bienes religiosos y sus formas de producción. Brazil Authors and Papers Janine TREVISAN. An exploratory study of religious discrimination applied on Jehovah’s witnesses Raquel SOUZA.14:00 132 Religious pluralism and struggle for justice in secular democracies Location: 414 {NB} Session Organizer: Deepak Kumar VERMA. Kazan.

Santiago. Italy The islamic veil in the western countries: Human right or sign of separation? {*} Regina Yoshie MATSUE. Universidade de Fortaleza. University of Brasilia.12:15 270 Regimes of religious regulation II: Multiculturalism and the management of religion Location: 414 {NB} Session Organizer: Alejandro FRIGERIO. Varieties in argentine catholicism Javier CIFUENTES. Argentina The ideas of God. Chile El desafío de ser iglesia católica en un espacio de pluralismo religioso. Waseda University. Buenos Aires. Brazil Authors and Papers Andrea TOMITA. Ruhr-University Bochum. Argentine Center of American Ethnology. Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Berkeley. Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Japan Shinto. Porto Alegre. University of Amsterdam.10:30 226 Regimes of religious regulation I: Government and social regulation of religion Location: 414 {NB} Session Organizer: David LEHMANN. USA Secularization after all. Chile and Reinaldo TAN BECERRA. Buenos Aires. Brazil Dualistic vs.16:00 152 Asian religions in the era of globalization Location: 414 {NB} Session Organizer: Ronan PEREIRA. monistic perspective of christian faith in a brazilian violent neighborhood Enzo Gustavo MORELLO. Brazil La diversidad en contextos específicos: Los “espacios inter-religiosos” 14:30 . United Kingdom Authors and Papers Marian BURCHARDT. Revista mensaje: Testigo del desafío. environmentalism and informal diplomacy Maria Mercedes SAIZAR. Argentina La diversidad posmoderna frente al concepto antropológico dualista de la filosofía tradicional {*} Francesca SCAMARDELLA. Argentina  190  . 2001-2010 Seyed Javad MIRI. Boston College. Graduate Theological Union. Tehran. Netherlands Muslims' struggle for recognition in Germany in the 21st century Emerson GIUMBELLI. Germany and Matthias KORTMANN. good and evil in the refigured yoga practices in metropolitan area of Buenos Aires city (Argentina) {*} Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Universidad Adventista del Plata. Chestnut Hill. São Paulo. Iran Eric Fromm and religion {*} Carlos CERDA. Tokyo. Cambridge University. Institute of humanities and cultural studies. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. FLACSO. University of Naples. Brazil Attempts to popularize pure land buddhism in Brazil Rosemarie BERNARD. Germany State regulation or public religion? Exploring the state-church nexus in post-apartheid South Africa Kerstin ROSENOW-WILLIAMS. University of Leipzig.Orivaldo LOPES JR and Jéssica Cássia BARBOSA. Faculdade Messianica. USA In the City of God?: The roman catholic church and Japanese brazilian migrants in Japan 10:45 . Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte. Brazil Recent trends in Sekai Kyusei Kyo: Nature farming and environmental education as a salvation method Hugo CORDOVA QUERO.

Brazil Intergenerational religious mobility in Brazil Maria Natalia PASCUCHELLI. Maria FORTEZA GONZÁLEZ.14:00 286 Alternatives religiosities and beliefs in contemporary world Location: 414 {NB} Session Organizer: Felipe GAYTAN ALCALA. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Authors and Papers Karen JENNISON. Argentina and María Cecilia GALERA. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. USA Managing religions in Cuba: Closing the 20th century Julia MARTÍNEZ ARIÑO. Argentina Rock. Spain Public institutions and the accommodation of religious diversity: The case of hospitals and prisons in Spain Ronan PEREIRA. Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte. Argentina Creencia y transformaciones vitales. Argentina Regulaciones a una devoción estigmatizada: Culto a San la Muerte en Buenos Aires Mariela MOSQUEIRA. Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires. La Salle University. CONICET. Universidad Autónoma metropolitana iztapalapa. Brazil Global or transnational expansion of japanese religions? An analysis centering on case studies from Brazil Juan Martin LOPEZ FIDANZA. University of Northern Colorado. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Mexico The chamulas-islamic religiosities Friday 3 August 09:00 . Universidad de Buenos Aires. CONICET. CONICET.10:30 429 Ethnicity. México  191  .Authors and Papers Carlos GARMA. demandas globales y movilidades religiosas {*} María Cecilia GALERA. Anna CLOT GARRELL and Gloria GARCÍA-ROMERAL MORENO. USA Everyday religion and embodied practice Swen SEEBACH and Francesc NÚÑEZ MOSTEO. USA The effects of religious beliefs and practices among urbanites on attitudes toward gender roles in marriage: Cross-national perspectives in 38 countries Verónica GIMENEZ BELIVEAU. natal-RN Jeronimo Oliveira MUNIZ and Nina ROSAS. El Colegio Mexiquense. Barcelona. Brazil Churches and violence in brazilian cities: The case of Felipe Camarão neighborhood. Buenos Aires. beliefs and religiosities Location: 414 {NB} Session Organizer: Daniel GUTIERREZ MARTINEZ. Spain Lovely enchantments and romantic rituals – romantic love and religion Daniel GUTIÉRREZ-MARTÍNEZ. San Antonio. Universidad Católica Argentina. Buenos Aires. Bellaterra. Maria del Mar GRIERA I LLONCH. Argentina Prácticas religiosas extrainstitucionales en la cotidianeidad urbana 14:30 . Argentina Unaffiliated believers in argentinean cities Orivaldo LOPES JR and Jéssica Cássia BARBOSA. acercamiento a las experiencias de los jóvenes de la iglesia Rey de Reyes en el área metropolitana de Buenos Aires.16:00 330 Beliefs in the city: Religious transformations in urban areas Location: 414 {NB} Session Organizer: Hugo José SUAREZ. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. USA Authors and Papers Meredith McGUIRE. Trinity University. El Colegio Mexiquense. Michigan State University. Mexico Repression of the Culto de la Santa Muerte in Mexico Jualynne DODSON. University of Brasilia. Argentina 12:30 . Buenos Aires. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte.

The production of contemporary catholic bioethics in Argentina Rodrigo TONIOL and Carlos Alberto STEIL. Part I Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC22 Sociology of Religion Location: 24 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 549 RC22 Business Meeting Location: 414 {NB} Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Universidade Federal de Goiás.10:30 443 Qualitative Methods in the Sociology of Religion. Goiânia. UAM Iztapalapa. Spain and Miguel REQUENA. 12 Vols 1911-1915) Flávio MUNHOZ SOFIATI. Spanish National Research Council. Spain How the catholic church’s involvement in politics has affected religiosity in Spain and Poland – Cohort and period perspective Marcos CARBONELLI. CEIL CONICET. Middle East Technical University. Isabel PIPER and Roberto FERNÁNDEZ. Mexico. Part II Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC22 Sociology of Religion Location: 24 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . Argentina Public intervention and divine mission: Global dynamics in the construction of evangelical networks in politics Lourdes BANDEIRA and Tânia Mara ALMEIDA. Sri Lanka Increasing religiosity and ethnic relations in Sri Lanka Cesar CISNEROS. Tokyo University of Information Sciences. Universidad de Chile Performative dimensions of collective memory: Comparative analysis {*} Authors and Papers Mikolaj STANEK. Argentina Rebuilding the pre-hispanic religiosity in an urban area: The case of the urban Sikus’ bands in Buenos Aires Shoji ISHITSUKA. CONICET. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia. Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte. Michigan State University.10:30 638 Qualitative Methods in the Sociology of Religion.14:00 09:00 . Ankara. University of Brasilia. Brazil Religious beliefs and practices in the application of Maria da Penha law María Gabriela IRRAZABAL. University of Colombo. Argentina The circulation of bioethics.Authors and Papers Zeynep BAYKAL. Derechos humanos e iglesia católica en el contexto de las elecciones presidenciales de Brasil en 2010 12:30 . Turkey The place of ethno-religiosity for armenian identity in Turkey Alejandra VEGA. Brazil. Brazil Ethnography of catholic youth group: Dialogues and experiences of faith Siri HETTIGE.12:15 495 Politics and Religion Location: 414 {NB} Session Organizer: Jualynne DODSON. Japan A centenary appraisal: Sir James George Frazer (1854-1941)’s golden bough (1890. Buenos Aires. USA  192  . Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.

Brazil Heading towards to the old continent: Building transnational networks of interaction between brazilian and sweddish pentecostal leaders {*} Emilce CUDA. Argentina La categoría de éxodo como reinterpretación de los procesos migratorios en contextos democráticos latinoamericanos {*} RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology Programme Coordinator: Ralph MATTHEWS. Academy Research Fellow. mobility. University of Western Sydney. and shari’a: A case of multiple or ‘clashing’ modernities? Cecilia DELGADO MOLINA.12:15 682 Religion. Canada Surveillance cultures and everyday life Hille KOSKELA. Canada Authors and Papers David LYON. USA and Bryan TURNER. Núcleo de Estudos da Religião.10:45 . Formas de racismo en Roma ANA MALLIMACI BARRAL. cultura y religión. Canada Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Brazil Prácticas y discursos trasnacionales en el movimiento “comunión y liberación” Adam POSSAMAI. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Belgium Migratory “miracles” and mobility among pentecostal pastors in Brussels Veronica ROLDAN. Mexico The new Mexican state control in the criminalization of social action Bruno CARDOSO. Argentina Migraciones y religión. Finland Surveillance and responsibilization David MURAKAMI WOOD. Queen’s University. Italy Inmigración. Entre lo transnacional y lo local Sabrina TESTA. University of Nevada. The University of British Columbia. migration Location: 414 {NB} Session Organizer: Verónica GIMENEZ BELIVEAU. Free University of Brussels. University of Western Sydney. Helsinki. Australia. CONICET. Instituto Politécnico Nacional. Canada Creating the information architecture of state surveillance: Comparative perspectives from Brazil and Japan Miguel Ángel VITE PEREZ. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Entre lo público y lo privado: "Las católicas" en el encuentro nacional de mujeres de Argentina y el debate por los derechos de "las mujeres" Mariana REINISCH PICOLOTTO and Mauro MEIRELLES. para legalism. Australia Legal pluralism. Queen’s University. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Kingston. Brazil Video surveillance in Rio de Janeiro: Technological modernization in a sport’s mega events city  193  . Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. James RICHARDSON.10:30 12 Democracy and Surveillance Technologies: Relationships between Global South and Global North Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizer: David LYON. Queen’s University. rights. Kingston. Argentina Authors and Papers Maïté MASKENS. Kingston. Universidad Católica Argentina. Università Roma Tre.

Universidad de Antioquia. Spain Orígenes y dinámica de la producción de publicaciones en co-autoría: El rol de las relaciones personales y la movilidad en la cooperación bilateral entre investigadores argentinos y españoles {*} 14:30 . The University of British. Germany Authors and Papers Georg MUELLER. Canada Chair: Ralph MATTHEWS. Bert DE GRAAFF and Rik WESTER. Centro de Estudios sobre Ciencia. State University of Campinas. Universidad de Buenos Aires. TU Berlin. Germany and Arnold WINDELER. Canada Science in practice ignorance and knowledge mobilization dynamics: PrioNet epistemic ecosystem laboratory case study (2005-2011) Uli MEYER. Argentina. Getulio Vargas Foundation. Argentina. Brazil Intellectual creativity in peripheral countries. Germany Constructing uncertainty. Brazil Recombinant DNA technology and the new dynamics of science: Constructing molecular approaches to cancer in Brazil  194  . Mexico Surveillance and information: The North and South connection 12:30 . University of Ottawa. Colombia Mapping regional science production to build research agendas Liliana RAMIREZ. Colombia. Technical University Berlin. Netherlands De-politicizing uncertainty Joanne GAUDET. Germany Transforming risks into moral issues in organizations 10:45 . University of Fribourg. Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México. Technology and knowledge Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizer: Ralph MATTHEWS. The impact of the BRIC-IBSA emergency to the political economy of knowledge production in the global south Gabriel VELEZ-CUARTAS. Technological innovation in the semiconductor industry Cristina BESIO. Spain and Juha TUUNAINEN. Colombia Scientific collaboration networks in the department of Antioquia. Universidad autónoma del Estado de México. Institut für Soziologie. Canada Authors and Papers Cláudio COSTA PINHEIRO. Columbia. Institute of Public Goods and Policies. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research. Desarrollo y Educación Superior. Columbia. Universidad de Antioquia. An analysis from the scientific field and power María Guillermina D’ONOFRIO.16:00 182 Science institutions and society: Mutual interactions and adaptations Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizers: Luis SANZ-MENENDEZ. Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas. University of Helsinki.Vanessa LARA. Finland Authors and Papers Renan GONÇALVES LEONEL DA SILVA and Maria CONCEIÇÃO DA COSTA. The University of British.14:00 105 Beyond risk: Governing unknowns Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizer: Matthias GROSS. Daniela DE FILIPPO.12:15 69 New work in the study of science. Mexico Cédula de Identificación para Menores en México Nelson ARTEAGA BOTELLO. Rodolfo BARRERE. University of Amsterdam. Spain and Manuel FERNÁNDEZ ESQUINAS. Switzerland Governing the unknowns by action-space analyses Christian BRÖER.

Spain. Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Russia Political sociology of science: Universities and organizational resources of science Mariana VERSINO. Brazil The limits of academic entrepreneurship in emerging economies: A case study in public universities in Brazil Kathia SERRANO-VELARDE. CONICET. Heidelberg University. CEIPIL. Canada Knowledge mobilization in multiple contexts – A framework for sociological contribution Koen JONKERS. CONICET. Argentina and Luis SANZ-MENENDEZ. CONICET. Russia Authors and Papers Ralph MATTHEWS and Darryn Anne DIFRANCESCO. Institute of Public Goods and Policies. Hebe VESSURI. colectivos sociocognitivos y agendas de investigación: A propósito de la investigación a escala nanométrica en Argentina Nikita GOLOVKO. Argentina Trayectorias institucionales. Universidad Nacional de Quilmes. Spain The influence of scientific mobility on the direction of research collaboration Sari HANAFI and Justine BOER. Institute of Public Goods and Policies. American University of Beirut. Universidade São Paulo. Germany Changing academic grant writing practices (1955-2005)  195  . Argentina Stages of agricultural research in Argentina / Etapas de la investigación agropecuaria en la Argentina: Cambios en la cantidad de personal del INTA entre 1956 y 2010 Nerina SARTHOU. Centro de Estudios en Problemáticas Internacionales y Locales Tandil.10:30 199 Changing dynamic in research organizations Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizers: Laura CRUZ-CASTRO and Luis SANZ-MENENDEZ.Ailin REISING. Argentina La internacionalización de los grupos de investigación en las universidades: Una propuesta de análisis Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Argentina La actividad científica en la universidad Argentina: Un marco para el análisis de los efectos de la política científica sobre la actividad del investigador {*} 10:45 . Spain. Pablo KREIMER. Lebanon. Argentina Chair: Hebe VESSURI.12:15 249 International science and technology cooperation: The role of academic mobility Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizer: Nadia ASHEULOVA. Institute of Public Goods and Policies. The University of British Columbia. IVIC and Pablo KREIMER. Internationalization of the social research in Lebanon Mariana TOLEDO FERREIRA. Russian Academy of Science. Spain Innovation in public research organizations Régis BARCELOS. Novosibirsk State University. CSIC. Argentina Políticas universitarias y sectores productivos Nikita BASOV and Valeriya VASILKOVA. IVIC Authors and Papers Laura CRUZ-CASTRO. Russia University science in heterogeneous intellectual landscape {*} Pablo PELLEGRINI. Max Weber Institute of Sociology. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Brazil The international circulation of researchers and their influences on scientific practices in Brazil: A case study by the human genome research center María Paz LÓPEZ and Ana María TABORGA. St. Petersburg State University.

Germany Shaping social innovation by social research – The new role of the social sciences Cristina Gabriela FLORES and Pablo PELLEGRINI. PRISSMH University of Toulouse. Canada and Vanina LESCHZINER. Australia Authors and Papers Neil McLAUGHLIN. encuentros y desencuentros Czarina SALOMA-AKPEDONU. University of Helsinki. Russia Mobility of scientist: The comparative analysis of Russia. Universidad Nacional de Río Negro. China. universities and society: Knowledge mobilization. science and technology: Post-colonial and feminist perspectives Joint Session RC32 Women in Society (host committee) RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology Location: 446 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . USA Authors and Papers Philippe TERRAL and Fabien MERLAUD. technology and clinical medicine of 48 east Asian and north European top 300 ranked universities: A  196  . Universidad Nacional de Quilmes.12:15 244 Gender. Philippines The world of our models: Making traffic simulation models work as problem-solving devices Jorgelina SANNAZZARO. Juha HEDMAN and Päivi KAIPAINEN. Valentina LOMOVITSKAYA and Elena IVANOVA. India comparison of 8 countries scoring high in science and mathematics PISA Rosa PEDRO and Ana SZAPIRO. Manila University. Spain Saberes expertos y participación ciudadana en conflictos medioambientales en Latinoamérica {*} Marisa GARCÍA. University of Toronto. regulation and the societal impacts of scientific knowledge Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizer: Juha TUUNAINEN. Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizer: Czarina SALOMAAKPEDONU. Russian Academy of sciences. Canada Knowledge transfer. Finland Productivity of research in natural sciences. Universidade Federal do Brazil Reproductive technologies and systems of kinship {*} 10:45 . 1950-1990 Jürgen HOWALDT. Argentina El sector nuclear argentino en la década de 1990 {*} 12:30 . McMaster University. Singapore Deconstructing and reifying “Asian” and ethnicities in Asia: Exploring HUGO pan-Asian SNP consortium’s work Nadia ASHEULOVA and Svetlana DUSHINA.Svetlana DUSHINA. Argentina El uso medicinal de plantas nativas. University Dortmund. University of Turku.16:00 337 Forms of interaction between science.14:00 301 Interfaces between the technical world and the lived reality. academic capital and public intellectuals: A comparative study of social sciences. Center for Sociology of Science and Science Studies. Manila University. Universidad de Salamanca. Petersburg. Russia The new status of Russian science: The results of reforms for last 20 years in the scientific sphere Osmo KIVINEN. St. France The framing of obesity in France: Between a sciences war and coalitions Shirley Hsiao-Li SUN. Nanyang Technological University.

Michigan State University. University of New Brunswick. Brazil Alternative energies: Social. Maite SALAZAR. University of Hyderabad. Canada 10:45 . Universidad Santo Tomas. State University of New York.16:15 . science and policy making: Contesting boundaries in Argentina Geoffrey CARRERE. Knowledge and Culture RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Friday 3 August 09:00 . University of the Valley of Sinos River. Moscow. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. University of Leicester. risk and governance Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizers: Eugene ROSA. Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile. Brazil Authors and Papers Konstantin FURSOV.12:15 489 Leisure and digital transformation: Emerging patterns of communication and electronic community / El ocio y las transformaciones digitales / Les loisirs et les transformations numériques Joint Session RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC14 Sociology of Communication. USA Agrochemicals. Russia On statistical framing of emerging technologies – A case of nanotechnology in Russia Tânia MAGNO and Diego CALAZANS. The University of British Columbia. USA Authors and Papers Gary BOWDEN. Washington State. Chile Resisting and accepting: Hybrid epistemologies in the GMO controversy in Chile Florencia ARANCIBIA. Daniel VALENZUELA. The case of French and Quebec Ministry of Transport Raghava CHANDRI. Brazil Nanotechnology: Sociotechnical interactions and social impacts Wilson ENGELMANN and Augusto Zimmer RODRIGUES.10:30 426 Contested science. economic and environmental impacts  197  . Universidade Federal de Sergipe. Brazil Law and technological innovation: The (new) challenges of employment of nanotechnology Leandro RAIZER. India Contesting crop sciences: A critical examination of alternative knowledge claims in rice production 10:45 . National Research University Higher School of Economics. University of Plymouth and Paulo Roberto MARTINS. Canada Climate science as a cultural contest Manuel TIRONI.12:15 511 The social and environmental impacts of nanotechnologies and other emerging technologies Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizers: Alison ANDERSON. Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile and Juan Felipe ESPINOSA.17:45 401 RC23 Business Meeting Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizer: Ralph MATTHEWS. France The transformation of public action legitimacy in risk society. Chile. Capitole University Toulouse 1. USA and Thomas DIETZ.

Universidad Complutense de Madrid.12:30 . Empirical evidence and theoretical discussion Gérard VALENDUC. University of Louvain-la-Neuve. should they be encouraged? Fernanda BEIGEL. Brazil Technological challenges and uncertainties among social. Brazil. Spain Authors and Papers Binay Kumar PATTNAIK. Argentina Lo popular a partir de los procesos de apropiación desigual de las TIC 14:30 . Spain Technophobia and ambivalence to the information and communication technologies (ICT) and its impact on the digital divide. Marta VARANDA. MONTEIRO. Raquel REGO. Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Germany Social network analysis in the lusophone scientific community: Adoption and diffusion of an innovation in the periphery Daniela ALEGRIA and María Guillermina D’ONOFRIO. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Spain Authors and Papers Jaime JIMENEZ. CSIC. Portugal.14:00 536 Latin America in the global science system Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizer: Koen JONKERS. Argentina “Caliban” scientists: Latin American social sciences within the international academic-publishing system Claudio RAMOS ZINCKE. Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur. The Catholic University of Korea. India ICT revolution in India and socio-cultural changes: Sociological explorations Cristóbal TORRES-ALBERO and Carlos FERNANDEZRODRIGUEZ. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Japan  198  . Belgium Digital inequalities and vulnerability among Internet users Sebastián BENÍTEZ LARGHI.12:15 688 The New Frontiers Of The Digital Divide: Technological Inequalities And Social Justice Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizer: Jose Manuel ROBLES. Portugal and Klaus EICHNER. Instituto de Ciências sociais. Mexico Research projects coming from the bottom-up in the economic south countries. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Chile Social science structures of communication in Chile: Local and global networks Breno FONTES. Carlos RODRIGUEZ and Juan Carlos ESCALANTE. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. scientific and politic governance: Brazil and the discussion about nuclear energy Young Hee LEE. Universität Hamburg. South Korea Nuclear waste management and the politics of expertise in South Korea Saturday 4 August 10:45 . A. Universidade Técnica de Lisboa. France How to escape a technocratic culture of risk? Ana Paula CAMELO and Marko S. and sustainability: Remodelling on Fukushima Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizer: Miwao MATSUMOTO. Mulhouse. CONICET. Argentina El ingreso al mercado de trabajo científico y la elección de los temas de investigación en Argentina: Perspectivas de becarios doctorales de ciencias sociales y humanidades Authors and Papers Didier TAVERNE.16:00 598 Risk. State University of Campinas. Instituto de Investigaciones en Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales. Miguel Ángel MORALES-ARROYO. The University of Tokyo. disaster.

Universidad de la República. Uruguay Iniciativas para la inclusión digital. Lund University.16:00 733 ICTs for Science and Technology Development in Latin America and the Economic South: Present and Future Joint Session RC07 Futures Research RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology (host committee) Location: APT 120 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 09:00 . Una posible igualación entre la inclusión social y digital Kate TILLECZEK. CONICET. Canada Youth.17:45 763 Knowledge based economies and networks of knowledge transfer Joint Session RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC02 Economy and Society (host committee) Location: 410 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions RC24 12:30 . University of Prince Edward Island.Lucila DUGHERA. India Wednesday 1 August 09:00 .10:30 18 Leisure and Tourism: Social and Environmental Concerns. Sweeden  199  . el caso del plan ceibal (Uruguay) {*} 16:15 . The Australian National University Chair: Mikael KLINTMAN. Democratization and Environmental Sociology Location: 303 {OB} Session Organizer: Stewart LOCKIE. India International Institute of Social Sciences.10:30 38 Social Justice. Collective Actions and Social Change RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology (host committee) Location: APT 120 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Sociology of Leisure Programme Coordinator: Ishwar MODI.14:00 703 Democratising science and technology through protests and mobilizations for social justice Joint Session RC48 Social Movements. digital media and social inequality {*} Olga SERGEYEVA. Part I Joint Session RC24 Environment and Society RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . Argentina (Re)configuración en la concepción de la brecha digital. Volgograd State University. Russia Elderly and computer: The Russian regional perspective {*} Ana RIVOIR.

policy and citizens in international environmental governance Ivan LOPEZ. environment and institutions in framing risk in India’s nuclear power sector Midori AOYAGI and Tomohiro TASAKI. Japan and Nick PIDGEON. University of Ottawa. The University of Tokyo. Imperial College London. Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research. Brazil Environmental concerns in Brazil. Japan Anti-nuclear activities and public awareness in Japan before and after the Fukushima nuclear disaster Leila FERREIRA. Lucia da COSTA FERREIRA and Omar THOMAZ. Australia National University. Finland Post-Fukushima: Regulatory challenges to nuclear power industry 10:45 . Sweden and Göran SUNDQVIST. Australia Mitigating risk or creating new ones? The role of technology. University of Jyväskylä. Canada Renaturing or creating brownfields in the sky: Confronting the unforeseeable and the inconveniently foreseeable Koichi HASEGAWA. Tokyo Metropolitan University. Torcuato Di Tella University. Centre for urban and regional studies. displacement. Canada Chair: Matthias GROSS. United Kingdom Chair: Ritsuko OZAKI. Universidad Carlos III. Argentina Argentina and Brazil: Insights and current postures against the nuclear non-proliferation regime Marja YLÖNEN and Tapio LITMANEN. and reparation of the community Catherine. USA Neither commodity nor human right: Water as a political intervention from below Rolf LIDSKOG. University of Ottawa. Germany Authors and Papers Raymond MURPHY. The Australian National University. Lithuania Lost amongst imperatives of energy security. Africa and Australia  200  . Norway Does science matter? The dynamics of science. Australia Climate justice and the temporalities of socialecological change Luigi PELLIZZONI. Kohei YOSHIDA and Yusuke YAMASHITA. Japan The present and the future of the towns where Fukushima nuclear plants are located: on some social 12:30 . Campinas State University. Olso University. Mei Ling WONG. Tohoku University. Japan. University of Trieste. Purchase College.14:00 117 Environmental problems. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Leonardas RINKEVICIUS. Lithuanian University of Health Sciences. China. Japan Do people support nuclear power generation for reducing greenhouse gas? Risk tradeoffs among climate change and nuclear power generation Valentina WAISMAN. National Institute for Environmental Studies.Authors and Papers Stewart LOCKIE. National Institute for Environmental Studies. Italy Doing the right thing: Ethics and justice in environmental politics Veronica PERERA. Spain Deliberative democracy and sustainability: Barriers and opportunity to their interaction aspects of the disaster.12:15 70 Nuclear power. risk and climate change Location: 303 {OB} Session Organizers: Midori AOYAGI. risk and climate change: Unlearn lessons of Chernobyl in the post-soviet societies Shun HARADA. natural disasters. Cardiff University. and socio-technical risks Location: 303 {OB} Session Organizer: Raymond MURPHY.

Brazil and Maria Inácia D’AVILA. and the public in Flanders Francisca DUSSAILLANT and Eugenio GUZMAN. Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management. Canada Cities and global ecological change: The governance of climate change and biodiversity in Canadian urban regions 14:30 . Brazil Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Brazil Social and ecological dimensions of climate change on the coast of São Paulo. Marta IRVING.16:00 168 Leisure and tourism: Social and environmental concerns. Anna Maria JÖNSSON. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research. University Laval. National Institute of Science and Technology. Sweden Issues of traceability and corporate responsibility  201  . GUIVANT. University of New Brunswick. Joost DESSEIN and Nathalie ERBOUT. David TABARA. University of Stuttgart. Sweden The practice of responsible procurement and global complex product chains Natasja BORJESON. India Locating climate controversies: Mapping climate change policy network in India during 2007-2010 Marie DE BEYSSAC. Canada Conceptualizing risk in conjoined socio-ecological systems: Causes. Chile Social learning within institutions or expanding them? The limits of private governance in environmental politics Louis GUAY. Belgium Ontological politics in practice: Understanding antagonistic framings of GMOs. Germany Authors and Papers Gary BOWDEN. Autonomous University of Barcelona and Ilan CHABAY. Federal University of Brazil. Universidad del Desarrollo. Universidad Alberto Hurtado.Michiel DE KROM. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Germany Chair: J. consequences and the potential for solution Pradip SWARNAKAR. Chile Interpersonal trust and disasters: The case of Chile’s 2010 earthquake Alejandro PELFINI. Södertörn University.10:30 211 Global Commodity Chains And Environmental Flows Location: 303 {OB} Session Organizers: Peter OOSTERVEER.16:00 161 Governing global socio-ecological systems Location: 303 {OB} Session Organizers: J. science. Wageningen University. Federal University of Brazil Environmental services as a means of benefit sharing in national park management in Brazil Lucia da Costa FERREIRA. Holland and Júlia S. Södertörn University. Campinas State University. Brazil Chair: Júlia S. Brazil Authors and Papers Magnus BOSTRÖM. University of Stuttgart. Michael GILEK and Mikael KARLSSON. David TÀBARA. GUIVANT. Part II Joint Session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC24 Environment and Society Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 .

Imperial College London. Norway Climate change concern versus scepticism: The Norwegian case Marta BIAGI. Czech Republic Alternative food networks and environmental citizenship in Czechia Marcia MAZON. Imperial College London. USA Authors and Papers Julia FLAGG and Diane BATES. Charles University in Prague. USA and Ritsuko OZAKI. France Why the poor do not act against climate change: A class victimization narrative Alessandra DECATALDO. Netherlands Promoting sustainable palmoil.Peter OOSTERVEER. Södertörn University. University of Rome.16:00 363 Sustainable consumption and environmental behaviours Location: 303 {OB} Session Organizer: Magnus BOSTRÖM. Sapienza University of Rome. Italy and Maria Paola FAGGIANO. Washington State University. United Kingdom Domestic ‘sustainable’ technology use: Tensions between governing and performing practice  202  . National Institute for Environmental 14:30 . Södertörn University. USA Recycling as a predictor of a “cultural greening”? Olve KRANGE. The State University of New Jersey. Margarida REBELO and Marluci MENEZES. Antonio FASANELLA.14:00 326 The Sociogenesis of Environmental Injustice and Inequality in Latin America: Historic-Comparative Sociological Approaches Joint Session RC24 Environment and Society RC20 Comparative Sociology WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology (host committee) Location: 31 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . Universidad de Buenos Aires. Wageningen University. beliefs and practices about energy consumption 12:30 . United Kingdom Chair: Riley DUNLAP. Luísa SCHMIDT. Brazil Governance from the Alto da Serra: Transgenic and technology on the highland plateau of Santa Catarina/Brazil Protection and Research. Italy. science and healthy labels Ritsuko OZAKI and Isabel SHAW.12:15 243 Environmental attitudes and behaviours Location: 303 {OB} Session Organizers: Riley DUNLAP. Augusta CORREIA and Susana FONSECA. Sweden Authors and Papers Marília DAVID. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. University of Lisbon. Portugal. Argentina Social representation of water and ecological paradigms in urban cultures of Argentina and Brazil Jean-Paul BOZONNET. Portugal We couldn’t live without it – Youth representations. Brazil Food. Institut d’Etudes Politiques. Sweden Chair: Magnus BOSTRÖM. Italy The knowledge of young students about ionizing radiation. University of Milan Bicocca. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Washington State University. National Laboratory of Civil Engineering. A study-campaign and its assessment in the high schools of the Lazio region Ana HORTA. Manlio MAGGI. Norwegian Institute for Nature Research. Are consumers really involved or only virtually? Jana SPILKOVA. Italy.

David TABARA.17:45 409 Trade unions in the green economy Joint Session RC44 Labor Movements (host committee) RC24 Environment and Society Location: 29 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 16:15 . National Institute for Environmental Studies. Rural University of Rio de Janeiro. Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Newcastle University. Universidad Alberto Hurtado. citizenship and democratization Location: 303 {OB} Session Organizers: José Esteban CASTRO. Center of Urban and Socioenvironmental Studies. Universidade de São Paulo. University Göteborg. Sweden Developing apollonian and dionysian trust in environmental consumer schemes Midori AOYAGI. Université de Strasbourg. Lund University. Brazil Interaction between science and politics: The case of public measures on biodiversity conservation in Rio de Janeiro state (Brazil) 16:15 . Brazil Chair: José Esteban CASTRO. livelihoods and social-environmental interactions Joint Session RC24 Environment and Society (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society Location: 303 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . Turkey Responses to recent van earthquakes in the media: The case study of national newspapers and TV programmes following 6 weeks of the earthquake  203  Friday 3 August 09:00 . Chile Co-chairs: Alejandro PELFINI. University of Stuttgart. Spain and Ilan CHABAY. Örebro University. Sweden and Linda SONERYD. Belgique Authors and Papers J.17:45 407 Social learning for sustainability: Knowledge. Germany Two worldviews about Human Information and Knowledge Systems (HIKS). towards an open knowledge democracy for global sustainability governance Adrián BELING. United Kingdom . Japan The impact of media on public attitudes towards the environment: Actors and institutions Teresa DA-SILVA-ROSA. Université Libre de Bruxelles. Brazil and Maria José CARNEIRO.10:30 425 Conflicting economies. Chile Environmental policy and the limits of neo-institutionalism Julien VANHULST.Ylva UGGLA. Sweden Transboudary governance and individualized responsibility Laurence GRANCHAMP FLORENTINO. Université Libre de Bruxelles. France Possibilités et limites de la logique des “écogestes” Mikael KLINTMAN. ELAZIG. Firat University. democracy and justice Location: 303 {OB} Session Organizers: Edwin ZACCAI. Université Libre de Bruxelles.12:15 492 Natural resource governance: Participation. Autonomous University of Barcelona. Universidad Alberto Hurtado. United Kingdom and Pedro Roberto JACOBI. Chile and Edwin ZACCAI. Belgique and Alejandro PELFINI. Newcastle University. Belgique Discourses of sustainable development in Latin America: Trajectory and diffraction of a global discourse Ilknur ONER.

Memorial University of Newfoundland. Canada Going local: Environmental governance and calls for local democracy at jumbo pass and the tobeatic wilderness area Teresa DA-SILVA-ROSA. National University of General Sarmiento. Ann-Sofie KALL. Norway and Stig LARSSON. Priscila GUIO. USA Chair: Catherine Mei Ling WONG. Risk governance in practice? Lorena BOTTARO and Marian SOLA ÁLVAREZ. Göran SUNDQVIST. proto-environmentalist master frame in the current cycle of environmental protest in Latin America Mark STODDART. Canada Translational agency in resilient social-ecological systems: First nations and the conservation economy in Canada Rajendra PATIL. University of British Columbia.Brasil Katherine WITT and Justine LACEY. Brazil Las tensiones entre el estado y la sociedad civil en el contexto del sistema de gestión integrada de recursos hídricos del estado de São Paulo . Instituto de Altos Estudios Nacionales. Shivaji University. ¿Hacia una superación de las políticas neoliberales? Fernanda SANT ANNA and Wagner RIBEIRO. Universidade de São Paulo. University of Colorado-Boulder. Pedro Roberto JACOBI and Ana Paula FRACALANZA. Sweden. Gustavo SEDA and João Paulo ALMEIDA. Sweden. Argentina A Latin Americanist. Australia Determining the ‘public interest’ in contested landscapes: Who determines what it is and how it is determined? Carolina MONTERA. Oslo University. organizations and civil societies Location: 303 {OB} Session Organizer: Brian GAREAU. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Dalhousie University. Universidad Nacional de San Martin. Per SANDIN. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Copenhagen University. The University of Queensland. Argentina Participación ciudadana en las decisiones sobre el uso de los recursos naturales. Sweden Intensive forestry in Sweden. Brazil Climate change and environmental governance: The role of environmental non-governmental organizations in Brazil  204  . Olso university. Denmark Building urban climate resilience in an unequal world? Towards a comparative sociology of world city eco-housing assemblages Maxwell BOYKOFF.Authors and Papers Justin PAGE. Australia Authors and Papers Anders BLOK. Boston College. Brazil El conflicto por el uso de los recursos hídricos en la cuenca del río Napo (Ecuador y Perú) Rolf LIDSKOG. Brazil Public water supply and sanitation policy in Rio de Janeiro: Discussing the emergence of new forms of inequality and injustice 12:30 . Ecuador La gobernanza de la provisión de agua potable.14:00 531 Environmental movements. Norway. Canada and Howard RAMOS. Universidade de São Paulo. Center of Urban and Socio-environmental Studies. CONICET. Australia National University. USA The emergence of climate contrarianism as a ‘wise (use)’ social movement Ana VARA. Argentina Agua potable y saneamiento en la metrópolis de Buenos Aires (1993-2011). Las nuevas empresas públicas del Ecuador Ana Lucia BRITTO. La experiencia de los movimientos socioambientales en Argentina Paul CISNEROS. India Participatory watershed management: A review of studies on Ralegan Siddhi village in India Vanessa EMPINOTTI. Örebro University.

Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Universidade do Estado do Brazil. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Brazil and Marta BIAGI. Brazil Brasil. Mexico Pueblos indígenas. Australia Changing conceptions of individual and public responsibility for natural resource management: A study of the views of Queensland landholders 1990-2007 Juliana MARQUES. Brazil Collective action on natural resources: The participation of rural communities in the management council for the environmental protection area of Guaratuba Katherine WITT and Bob BEETON. Brazil A ideologia da água: Considerações sobre prénoções em voga nas relações internacionais Christian Guy CAUBET. Natural resource governance in Latin America (Spanish/English) Location: 25 {OB} Chair: Fernanda SANT'ANNA. Brazil Governance in the Amazon region of Brazil: State. market.Brian GAREAU. Instituto Mora. El Colegio de Tlaxcala A. Mary Kelly Ad-Astra Scholar University College Dublin. Universidade Federal de São Paulo. Argentina Authors and Papers Héctor CALLEROS RODRIGUEZ. USA Neoliberal civil society? INGOs in the Montreal Protocol 592 RC24 Table 2. The University of Queensland. Environmental conflict in Latin America (Spanish/ English) Location: 26 {OB} Chair: Ana VARA. recursos naturales y conflicto social en México. A case study of the Colombian social movement in defence of water Authors and Papers Deborah SANTOS. Italy Authors and Papers So-Young LEE. Environmental governance: from local to global (English) Location: 22 {OB} Chair: Luigi PELLIZZONI. South Korea Finding a place for promoting sustainability under Korea’s green growth agenda: An assessment of governmental strategies for consumer education in a growth oriented approach Daniela SANT’ANA. El caso de la iniciativa de monitoreo ciudadano de agua y saneamiento (IMCAS) 593 RC24 Table 3. Brazil 14:30 ..C. University of Trieste. governança. Mexico Gobernanza del agua y participación ciudadana en México.16:00 591 RC24 Table 1. Universidad Nacional de San Martin. recursos naturais e cidadania Ximena CELIS BARQUERA. civil society and international donors in the making of sustainable development projects Valeria LLANO-ARIAS. Boston College. Brazil Limites e possibilidades da governança da Água – O caso da bacia hidrográfica da billings María Victória ESPIÑEIRA GONZALEZ. Argentina Cultura política y formación de la opinión pública: La dimensión de la democracia compartida por la población de Bahía (Brasil) sobre la transposición del río São Francisco Maria Lúcia Navarro Lins BRZEZINSKI. Canadá y Estados Unidos 1945-2011  205  . Universidade Federal da Bahia. Universidade Federal do Brazil. Ireland The impact of participatory and public communication on citizen’s agency and democracy. Universidade de São Paulo.

Cameroon and William MARKHAM. Tomoyuki TATSUMI. Brasil 594 RC24 Table 4. Japan Authors and Papers Chun Hung LIN. Hitotsubashi University. India What if fence eats the grass: The micropolitics of forest use and control in Jammu & Kashmir (India) Magalie BOURBLANC. Brazil Conflictos y organización social en el interior del Parque Estadual da Serra do Mar.10:30 636 Natural resource rights and other environmental issues and solutions in developing countries Location: 303 {OB} Session Organizers: Lotsmart FONJONG. NEPAM/UNICAMP. Ankara University. IGEAT. Fumiya FUJIHARA and Susumu KITAGAWA. EEHA-CSIC. Australian National University. Canada Authors and Papers Edwin ZACCAI and Marie-Ange BAUDOIN. USA. Australia Migration trajectories and environmental risk: A case study from Albay. Tohoku University. climate and risk (English) Location: 26 {OB} Chair: Koichi HASEGAWA. Philippines Saturday 4 August 09:00 . South Africa The South African new water act and its “ecological reserve”: A case of international influence over a transitional regime? William MARKHAM. Belgium “Adaptation from below” to climate change: Lessons from field surveys in Benin Feryal TURAN. and Lotsmart FONJONG. University of California. Argentina Landscapes of risk and resilience: Comparing the socio-spatial production of environmental crisis in Argentina and the United States Keiichi SATOH. University of British Columbia. Sophia University. Hitotsubashi University. Kazuhiro IKEDA. USA Chair: Justin PAGE. Japan. Hilda HERZER and Gabriela MERLINSKY. CIRAD/CEEPA. USA. Taiwan Different impacts of global climate changes on energy policies and industrial structures on developing nations? An Asian perspective Miriam GREENBERG. University of Buea. Turkey Damming the black sea region: Justice. Universidad de Buenos Aires. University of Yamanashi. University of Pretoria. FCU. University of North Carolina at Greensboro. University of Buea. Université Libre de Bruxelles. IIGG-UBA.Alice POMA. Japan. Cameroon Dilemmas of environmental NGOs in Cameroon  206  . Energy. Hitotsubashi University. Japan. Argentina Los desafíos en la re-estatización del servicio de agua potable y saneamiento en el área metropolitana de Buenos Aires Jorge CALVIMONTES. Japan and Anna WATANABE. São Paulo. Spain Los conflictos ambientales como laboratorios culturales y políticos Melina TOBIAS. University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Japan Japan’s climate change media coverage and politics Hedda RANSAN-ELLIOTT. local movements and other environmental issues and solutions in developing countries Saloni GUPTA.

‘buen vivir’ and voluntary simplicity: New lifestyles and political commitments Joint Session RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements (host committee) RC24 Environment and Society Location: 302 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Diana STUART. Muhlenberg College. Boston College. and Erika SVENDSEN.12:15 679 RC24 Business Meeting Location: 303 {OB} Mariano FERRO. France. SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry. University of Buenos Aires. USA. University of China.10:45 .16:00 739 RC24 Table 1. INSA de Strasbourg. USA Authors and Papers Dana FISHER. Brazil The late entrance of Brazilian social sciences into the biodiversity conservation debate 12:30 . Germany Journey to the heat of the earth: Prelude to a sociology of geothermal energy systems  207  . USA (Re)conceptualizing environmentalism in the global South: Lessons from India Dana FISHER. analysis of two towns in Argentina Liudmila GURIEVA. SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry. Russia Social movements and ecological activities in Siberia Joel MEISSONNIER. Argentina Pro-ecological politic actions. What’s behind social and environmental risks? David SONNENFELD. USDA Forest Service. USA Integrating ecological perspectives in environmental sociology: Progress and future directions 14:30 .14:00 711 New directions in environmental sociology Location: 303 {OB} Session Organizers: David SONNENFELD.12:15 657 Climate justice. University of Ottawa. Theoretical innovation in environmental sociology (English) Location: 25 {OB} Chair: Raymond MURPHY. Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro. USA Understanding the role of civic environmental stewards within a dynamic system of hybrid governance Laila SANDRONI. USA Environmental policymaking in a time of crisis Matthias GROSS. University of Helsinki. Michigan State University. University of Maryland.UFZ. USA and Dayong HONG. University of Maryland. USA Understanding MillionTreesNYC as an urban environmental experiment Florence RUDOLF. China Authors and Papers Krista BYWATER. Finland The global climate debate and civil society 740 RC24 Table 2. CETE Nord-Picardie. France Dynamic carpooling: A chance for a social equity in urban renovation areas? Tuomas YLÄ-ANTTILA and Eeva LUHTAKALLIO. Environmental movements and civil society (English) Location: 22 {OB} Chair: Brian GAREAU. Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research . USA Authors and Papers 10:45 .

Argentina. Argentina Origin and water quality in the greater Buenos Aires Aracélia AZEVEDO PINHEIRO. Finland. cisternas e água: Reconfigurando cenários no semiárido nordestino brasileiro 742 RC24 Table 4. Argentina. University Carlos III of Madrid. University of Oulu. Global environmental governance (Spanish/English) Location: 26 {OB} Authors and Papers Gabriela BLANCO. Universidade Federal de Campina Grande.17:45 758 Cities and climate change Joint Session RC24 Environment and Society RC21 Regional and Urban Development (host committee) Location: 301 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 16:15 . UIDDGA. Finland The role of environmental sociology in interdisciplinary environmental research Gabriel MADUREIRA. Argentina La ecología política del petróleo argentino: De recurso estratégico a commodity (1989-2001) Pablo GAVIRATI. and Ângela Maria CAVALCANTI RAMALHO. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Brazil Potencialidades econômicas. Brazil. UNLP. CIECS. IIGG-UBA/CONICET. Sustainable development in Latin America (Spanish/English) Location: 26 {OB} Authors and Papers Neilo VAZ. matrizes culturais e economia solidária: Em via para o desenvolvimento sustentável dos territórios Aracélia AZEVEDO PINHEIRO. University of Oulu. Brazil and Sandra Sereide FERREIRA da SILVA. Instituto Gino Germani. Jaqueline GUIMARÃES SANTOS. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Brazil Mulheres. Universidade Federal de Pelotas. and Leda GIANUZZI. Discursos sobre la crisis nuclear japonesa en el debate ambiental de Argentina 16:15 . Jaqueline GUIMARÃES. João Paulo de OLIVEIRA and José Ranieri SANTOS FERREIRA SILVA. Federal University of São Carlos. KARJALAINEN. Brazil Beyond the Giddens’s paradox: The social construction of nature and the environment 741 C24 Table 3. Brazil Mercados ambientales y desarrollo sostenible Ignacio SABBATELLA. Brazil La tradición campesina en proceso diante del socioambientalismo y de la agroecología en el caso brasileño Malena MONTEVERDE. Universidade Estadual da Paraíba. Instituto Federal de Picuí. Spain  208  . Brazil A produção agroecologica em agroecossistemas: Uma estratégia de sutentabilidade socioambiental Ângela Maria CAVALCANTI RAMALHO. University Carlos III of Madrid. Universidade Estadual da Paraíba. Spain Chair: Ivan LOPEZ. Universidade Federal de Campina Grande. Brazil and Sandra Sereide FERREIRA da SILVA. Brazil. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. CONICET-UNC. and Timo P. Argentina De Fukushima a Atucha. Marcos CIPPONERI and Carlos ANGELACCIO. Brazil.17:45 773 Social justice and the environment Location: 303 {OB} Session Organizer: Ivan LOPEZ. CIDCA-UNLP. Universidade Estadual da Paraíba.Timo JARVIKOSKI.

vulnerabilidad e injusticia ambiental en México Luciano FLORIT and Diego GRAVA. Austrian Institute for Sustainable Development. Institute of Socio-Political Researches of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Russia Authors and Papers Elena MARUSHIAKOVA and Veselin POPOV.10:30 5 Analyzing Racist Discourses Location: 32 {OB} Session Organizer: Sergey RYAZANTSEV. Austria. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. Spain Stereotypes built through image and gesture  209  . policies and social resonance on the example of the Roma issue in Eastern Europe Celine-Marie PASCALE. Rovira & Virgili University. American University. Luciano Martín MANTIÑÁN. Trakia University. Argentina Hacer escuela en territorios de pobreza urbana y degradación ambiental: Un estudio en torno de los dispositivos pedagógicos en José León Suárez Ignacio RUBIO. Brazil Nanotechnology. Rovira i Virgili University. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Brazil ¿Es posible conciliar justicia ambiental y superación del especismo? RC25 Language and Society Programme Coordinators: CelineMarie PASCALE.Authors and Papers Paulo Roberto MARTINS. Argentina and Silvia GRINBERG. Bulgaria Media discourses. social justice and the environment: The Brazilian case of the development of nanotechnology 2001-2011 Karl-Michael BRUNNER. Markus SPITZER and Anja CHRISTANELL. USA Representing race: Reproducing whiteness in the public imaginary Nadya GEORGIEVA. Bulgaria Dangerous liaisons: The role of traditional and social media in instigating the ethnic riots in Bulgaria Blanca DEUSDAD. American University. Spain. UNSAM. Vienna University of Economics and Business. CONICET. Amado ALARCON. USA. Joaquim PRATS and Concha FUENTES. RENANOSOMA. Austria Energy consumption practices and social inequality: The problem of fuel poverty Eliana Mercedes BUSSI. Spain Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . University of Barcelona. Institute of Socio-Political Researches of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Russia Chair: Sergey RYAZANTSEV. Mexico Agua. Universidade de Blumenau.

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. INCIHUSA/ CONICET. University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Spain Authors and Papers María MIYAR BUSTO. IECO-Universidad Nacional de Colombia. IACCHOS/LAAP. Spain and Fco. and Rodolfo GUTIERREZ. INCIHUSA/CONICET. Brazil Authors and Papers Neyla Graciela PARDO ABRIL. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Brazil Legal discourse critical analysis: Deconstruction of normative myth as element of consolidation of the movements fighting for social change Sébastien ANTOINE. Pistas para pensar de modo dialógico la diversidad Artur STAMFORD DA SILVA. Brazil Chair: Viviane RESENDE. USA Nationalist interventions into Bosnian/Croatian/ Serbian in the 1990s and today Uxoa ANDUAGA. UNED. University of Brasilia. Argentina Voces y personas. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. Carolina LEAL PIRES. Javier MATO DÍAZ. Jaciara GOMES. UCL. Argentina Authors and Papers Corinne KIRCHNER. Universidad de Ovideo. Universidad de Oviedo. São Paulo State University “Júlio de Mesquita Filho” -UNESP. UPV-EHU.12:15 59 Discourse & Identity Location: 32 {OB} Session Organizer: Federico FARINI. Mexico and Rodolfo GUTIERREZ. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Brazil “Por una vida mejor": Los discursos de resistencia de la inclusión de la variación lingüística en la educación formal 14:30 . Spain El humor hegemónico: Producción y estigmatización de referentes identitarios vascos por medio de discursos paródicos Frida PETERSSON. Mexico. Universidade Estadual Paulista “Júlio de Mesquita Filho”-UNESP. USA Making “human” exclusionary: Social forms and ableist language in the computing professions Alejandro LÓPEZ GALLEGOS. Spain Chairs: Roland TERBORG. University of Brasilia. Arizona State University.  210  . Spain Language proficiency and achievements of immigrants in Spain 12:30 . Maria Clara CATANHO and Morgana SOARES DA SILVA. Italy Chair: German FERNANDEZ VAVRIK. Universidad de Oviedo. Mexico La representación de la protesta en la prensa escrita como construcción discursiva de exclusión política Danko SIPKA.10:45 . Sweden Still a drug addict? Methadone clients’ identity work Brazil and Vinicius ARAÚJO.14:00 115 Discourses of Exclusion and Resistance Location: 32 {OB} Session Organizer: Viviane RESENDE. Belgium Conflictualité sociale et reproduction idéologique dans les cours de sciences-humaines : Socioethnographie scolaire à Bruxelles et São Paulo et contributions de la méthode sociologique en étude de la langue de Voloshinov German FERNANDEZ VAVRIK.16:00 165 Language and Migrations / Lengua y Migraciones Location: 32 {OB} Session Organizers: Roland TERBORG. Colombia Violencia simbólica. discursos mediáticos y reproducción de exclusiones sociales Rebeca Makowski de OLIVEIRA PRADO. University of Gothenburg. Columbia University.

Liberia and Cote d’Ivoire Trinidad VALLE. Bulgaria Chair: Nadya GEORGIEVA. Judit JANES. Romania Capital lingüístico. Mexico Migración. identidad y lengua zapoteca: Rechazo y aceptación en los hijos de migrantes Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Mexico Entre la lucha por la vida y un futuro incierto: Estudio comparativo sobre el mantenimiento-desplazamiento de la lengua mixe de Tamazulapam. Spain Chair: Amado ALARCON. Adelina IANOS. Spain . José Luis NAVARRO. Spain La construcción de la identidad euskaldun a inicios del siglo XXI: Facebook y la juventud vasca  211  10:45 . Language and the Body Joint Session RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences RC25 Language and Society (host committee) Location: 32 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . Rovira & Virgili University.10:30 208 Empowerment. Rovira & Virgili University. Mexico Discursos del pasado que aceleran la muerte de las lenguas indígenas de México Lourdes NERI and Alma Isela TRUJILLLO. Trakia University. Northern Illinois University. Bolivia Normalización y estandarización de los idiomas indígenas en Bolivia Maria MARTÍNEZ-IGLESIAS. Oaxaca y la lengua totonaca de Mecapalapa. Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México. Mexico and Virna VELÁZQUEZ. Bulgaria Authors and Papers Fernando PÉREZ. Clara SANS. Puebla Teofilo LAIME AJACOPA. Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos. Spain Movilidad social y lengua catalana: Análisis de la “segunda generación” de inmigrantes de Colombia en Cataluña Cecilio LAPRESTA. Universitat Rovira i Virgili. Trakia University. Fordham University. USA Media narratives: Constructing the Mapuche subject Koldo DIAZ BIZKARGUENAGA. Universidad de Lleida. and Silvia CHIREAC.12:15 254 Lenguas Indígenas / Indigenous Languages Location: 32 {OB} Session Organizer: Amado ALARCON. Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. Spain Linguistic integration of the descendants of migrants in Catalonia Dorotea Frank KERSCH. Spain and Sònia PARELLA.Amado ALARCON. USA The language of nationalism in postwar reconstruction: Sierra Leone. Autonomous University of Barcelona. Cuza’ of Iasi. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Carmen POALELUNGI. University ‘Alexandru I. desigualdad e inmigración en Cataluña (España) Authors and Papers Roland TERBORG. Spain and Anabel LORENZO-ROBLES. Universidad Mayor de San Simón. Argentina Discourse of argentinity at the turn of the century Abu BAH. Brazil Es kommt net raus – El papel de las redes en la manutención lingüística y en la construcción de las identidades Pavez ISKRA. Universidad Autónoma. Rovira & Virgili University.14:00 305 Nationalism and Identity Location: 32 {OB} Session Organizer: Nadya GEORGIEVA. Ángel HUGUET. IIGG-Universidad de Buenos Aires. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Spain.

16:00 358 RC25 Business Meeting Location: 32 {OB} Friday 3 August 09:00 . Argentina Programa conectar igualdad: Impacto y recepción del modelo 1:1 en el conurbano bonaerense Fernando CASTAÑOS. Mexico Actitudes hacia la lengua Maya y sus hablantes en la ciudad de Mérida Emmanuel Henrique SOUZA RODRIGUES. Mexico Authors and Papers Olga KAZAKEVICH. Faculdade de Filosofia. Russia Idioms in the Chechen language (on the example of the semantic field “work”)  212  . Universidad de Quintana Roo. Gallaudet University. and Joseph TOBIN. Moscow State University. Russia and Seda YUSUPOVA. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. France. Lomonosov Moscow State University. and United States 10:45 . Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Mexico Chair: Lourdes NERI. Mexico On explaining discourse Vanesa CIVILA ORELLANA. Brazil Análisis de discurso crítica en las clases de español como lengua extranjera: Una lectura del prejuicio Musa YUSUPOV.12:15 510 The Role of Language in Shaping Gender Justice and Sexual Rights Movements Joint Session RC32 Women in Society RC25 Language and Society (host committee) Location: 32 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . USA Negotiating nationalism and identity: Crosscomparative analysis of deaf early childhood education in Japan.Thomas HOREJES. USA.10:30 440 Old & New Media: Changing Public Spheres Location: 32 {OB} Session Organizer: Lynne CIOCHETTO. USA Yaskot 7okm El3askar: Code choice and the battle for identity in post-revolutionary Egypt Danghelly Giovanna ZÚÑIGA REYES and Alvaro DUQUE. Colombia DDHH en Colombia 2007-2011: Las violaciones siguen pero las percepciones cambian 12:30 . Massey University. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Georgetown University.14:00 528 Bilingüismo y Jerarquía Social / Bilingualism and Social Hierarchy Location: 32 {OB} Session Organizer: Lourdes NERI. Universidad de Buenos Aires. UNJu/UBA/CONICET. which might be lost Eyder Gabriel SIMA LOZANO. Ciências e Letras de Caruaru. Russia Autochthonous languages of Siberia as our national heritage. CONICET/UBA. USA Chair: Anahí FARJI NEER. Chechen State University. Universidad del Rosario. Argentina Authors and Papers Sheila AMADO. University of Georgia. Argentina El discurso argumentativo publicitario como mecanismo de persuasión en la construcción de la creencia “cuidemos el patrimonio (porque todos somos Patrimonio)” Mike RAISH.

EFLCH-UNIFESP. Brazil Los caminos de la memoria en “Vlado: 30 anos depois” Veena SHARMA. Universidad de Buenos Aires.2:00 708 Language and Discourse in Online Social Media Joint Session RC25 Language and Society (host committee) RC14 Sociology of Communication. John’s University Chair: Roberta VILLALON.14:30 . IIGG-Universidad de Buenos Aires.12:15 687 The Language of Resistance: Social Change & Social Justice Location: 32 {OB} Session Organizer: Melissa STEYN. India Conflict resolution. John’s University Authors and Papers Barbara SUTTON. St. Knowledge and Culture Location: 32 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Saturday 4 August 10:45 . USA Deafness and disability discourses: Implications for activism. Argentina Memoria colectiva y regímenes de protección cultural en los discursos contemporáneos de justicia Lucía QUARETTI. Brazil Las voces de piedra en Saramago 12:30 . Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Gallaudet University. Argentina Memory and documentary film Gabriela PETERS. University of Cape Town. Hegemonía y resistencia en la lucha por la "representación laboral" de las pasantías universitarias en Argentina Sharon BARNARTT. Oxford Brookes University. University at Albany. policies and programs  213  . South Africa Chair: Roberta VILLALON. United Kingdom Misinformed participation: The role of greenwash in excluding consumers from environmental decisionmaking Madson DINIZ. University of Oregon. St. Argentina La fertilidad política de las representaciones. Indian Institute of Advanced Study. USA The language of human rights: Construction of memory and attitudes toward torture in contemporary Argentina Tomás POMAR. USA. St. language and proverbs: An African perspective Alon LISCHINSKY. CONICET. John’s University. USA Authors and Papers Marina ADAMINI.16:00 602 The Language of Collective Memory Location: 32 {OB} Session Organizer: Roberta VILLALON. and Kari Marie NORGAARD.

Constantina BADEA2 and Sylvie DE CHACUS3. environment and archaic social relations Sergey KRAVCHENKO. Russia Analyzing global social disorder: on relevance of classical theories of anomie and alienation Geoffrey HOBBIS. University of the Aegean.RC26 Sociotechnics. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Greece Cláudio CAVAS1. Society of Professional Sociologists. (1) Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Communication. Venezuela and Christina MARCHETTI. Institute of International Relations. (3) Université Abomey Calavi. Russia Authors and Papers Uliana NIKOLAEVA. Brazil. France. Brazil Nature corporation. Brazil Crossing borders and overcoming exclusion: An overview of female migration in Brazil 12:30 . Benin Migrant women’s acculturation modes and attitudes toward women in home and host countries Cibele MACEDO and Regina ANDRADE State University of Rio de Janeiro. Davy CASTEL1. RC 26 Sociotechnics / Sociological Practice Authors and Papers Annick DURAND-DELVIGNE1. Higher School of Economics. Higher School of Economics. (2) Université Paris-Ouest-Nanterre-La Defense. Canada Social theory in Melanesia: Cellular globalization in the mountainous rainforests of the island of Malaita Wednesday 1 August 10:45 . University of Roma La Sapienza.14:00 289 Community empowerment and regional cohesion policy in times of crisis Location: 442 {NB} Co-chairs: Luis LLAMBÍ. Concordia University. Sociological Practice Programme Coordinator: George TSOBANOGLOU. Venezuelan Institute for Scientific Research. Université Lille Nord de France France. Cultural Citizenship and Sustainability: Human Networks in Action Location: 442 {NB} Session Organizer: Marie Louise CONILH de BEYSSAC.14:00 108 Cellular globalization: Social theory as projected on applied sociology Location: 442 {NB} Chair: Nikita POKROVSKY. Brazil Multicultural societies: The formation of sociability territories in the city of Rio de Janeiro Fred TAVARES. through the gaze of a rhizome Thursday 2 August 12:30 . The role of social actors in the production of green consumption in Brazil. Juliana NAZARETH1 and Gabriel DE SENA JARDIM2. Russia The complexities of the global socium: The need for a non-linear humanistic sociological imagination Ekaterina LYTKINA.12:15 51 Borders. Brazil. (1) PSITEC. Italy  214  . Russia Local globalization. (2) Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.

social capital and the globalisation of work Location: 442 {NB} Chair: Nataliya VELIKAYA. Institute of Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Ryutsu Keizai University. Italy Individuals vs parties: Changes in the political cultures of Italian younger politicians George TSOBANOGLOU. Greece Cultural policy and creative industries: The infocommunication network industry  215  .12:15 502 RC26 Business Meeting Location: 442 {NB} Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Independent media and communications researcher Authors and Papers George GANTZIAS.Authors and Papers Marie Louise CONILH DE BEYSSAC and Maria Inacia D’AVILA NETO. Russia Authors and Papers Ettore RECCHI.16:00 339 Governance. Greece The global info-cash (GIC) as practical way for Europe to emerge of the cultural and economic crises Friday 3 August 09:00 . Italy Citizens and/or strangers: EU free movers’ associations in southern European civil societies Dmitri DOMANSKI. Russia Post-reform Russia: Rethinking recent democratization lessons Mikhail GORSHKOV. Università della Tuscia. civil society and new models of democracy Location: 442 {NB} Chair: Arianna MONTANARI. Germany Democratization through social innovation – Pirate party Germany and new methods of civic participation George TSOBANOGLOU. mobilization and the information communication technology: The convention on biological diversity through Brazilian community voices Harry PERLSTADT. Russian Academy of Sciences. Greece Assembling the social as governing capacity building. Athens. Brazil Global governance. University of the Aegean. Russian State University for the Humanities.10:30 643 The info-communication network industry and sociality Location: 442 {NB} Chair: Shehina FAZAL. Michigan State University. University of Chieti-Pescara. Greece Greek higher education institutions (HEIs) and European Union drivers: Some observations on organisational changes Irina TYURINA. civil society awareness. Italy Authors and Papers Flaminia SACCA. University of Chieti-Pescara. TU Dortmund University. University Sapienza of Rome.10:30 451 Sustainable communities. Dortmund. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. 14:30 . USA The plague of Athens and the cult of Asklepios as collective behavior and a social movement Morio ONDA. Japan Reconstruction of communities following the great east Japan disaster George GANTZIAS. Italy and Luca RAFFINI. Russia Twenty years of Russian reforms and establishment of a civil society in post-reform Russia 10:45 . University of the Aegean.

Argentina and April BERNARD.Joaquim SCHMIDT. social control and deviance Location: 459 {NB} Session Organizers: Mariano Hernan GUTIÉRREZ. Argentina Democracia y leyes antiterroristas. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Brazil Le pouvoir émotionnel managerial Letícia de AZEVEDO. Fundação Getúlio. Brazil Lightning kidnapping: Violent interactions Andrea P.14:00 138 The dilemmas of the public safety.12:15 83 Social justice and Democratization: Diffuse Violence and Social Control Location: 459 {NB} Session Organizers: Juan PEGORARO. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Nigeria Authors and Papers Brenda FOCAS. Argentina Cuestionando el “consenso punitivo”: Reacciones sociales hacia la inseguridad de los residentes del AMBA (2000-2010) Daniel PEREIRA ANDRADE. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina With illegality and without delinquency. The University of the West Indies  216  . Brazil Judiciarisation et violence de genre : Les expériences au Brésil et au Québec Graciela Cecilia SAMANES. Brazil Wednesday 1 August 10:45 . Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Brazil Connecting crime and society: An investigation of specialized police department in cybercrime Theophilos RIFIOTIS. social inequalities. Pontifícia Universidade de Minas Gerais. University of Buenos Aires and Abdul-Mumin SA’AD. Board ISA-RC26. SoReGa EV. University of Maiduguri. Brazil Dry law in Belo Horizonte: Evaluation of the profile of the drunk driver 12:30 . SOSA VARROTTI. CONICET/UBA. Universidade Federal da Bahia. Analysis of tributary tax evasion in the province of Córdoba. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Argentina Inseguridad y sociedad civil: El caso de las organizaciones de víctimas RC29 Deviance and Social Control Programme Coordinator: José Vicente TAVARES dos SANTOS. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Argentina Medios de comunicación y sensación de inseguridad {*} Antonella COMBA. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Salvador. El control social sobre los díscolos de la democracia Argentina postdictatorial (1984-2011) Maria Alejandra OTAMENDI. from a cultural dimension Andreia SANTOS. Germany Theory and methodology of sociotechnics: A nonAristotelian topics Marcelo BATALHA. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul.

Università dell’Aquila. UBA. University of Georgia. crime and social control Location: 459 {NB} Session Organizers: Robert Nash PARKER. Universidad Nacional de Quilmes. IMS. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. and activity fields as causes of crime  217  . USA Psychological traits. Colombia Honor y masculinidad en la vida pandillera Salo DE CARVALHO. Espírito Santo. Federal University of Rio Grande Do Sul. University of Georgia. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. violence and urban expansion in Grande Terra Vermelha (Vila Velha. USA Prevention of fatal child maltreatment Beatriz WEHLE. Brasil) Elaine BARCLAY and John SCOTT. Brazil Ronald SIMONS. Florida. El problema del crimen y el criminal Melissa PIMENTA. routine activities. Brazil The local management of security and the implementation of the national security and citizenship program in Brazil: From the falls in crime indexes to gain of citizenship and accountability Beatriz MOREM DA COSTA.Authors and Papers Alba ZALUAR. Universidade Federal Fluminense. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. UVV. dispositivos de seguridad y gestión de la exclusión: El programa de recuperadores urbanos 14:30 . Brazil Challenges. University of California. Francesco SIDOTI. DPPA. Brazil Crime Live! representations about crimes and criminals in the newspapers in state of Rio Grande do Sul. Instituto de Criminologia e Alteridade. exclusion and poverty Rodrigo MONTEIRO. Australia Community policing in Australia’s aboriginal communities Svetlana YAMPOLSKAYA and Norma WINSTON. Argentina Work in the judiciary courts in a socioeconomic context of unemployment. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Brazil and Janaina DE SOUZA BUJES. Italy and Salo de CARVALHO. Brazil Segregation. Brazil Examen criminológico y control social Jorge ORDOÑEZ VALVERDE. Social UPP and Local associations Ligia MADEIRA and Alexandre RODRIGUES. uncertainties and violence prevention: The case of Batan neighborhood in the city Rio de Janeiro Pedro Ivo MATTOS. Prefeitura de Porto Alegre. Argentina and Mariana GESUALDI. Brazil State of exception and bare life: A brief analysis of the processes of social inclusion and exclusion in modernity Lucía CAÑAVERAL. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali. UNESC.16:00 185 The sociological explanations of deviance. USA and Leslie Gordon SIMONS. Argentina Espacio público. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. IIGG-CONICET. Brazil Authors and Papers María Soledad SANCHEZ and Ana Belén BLANCO. Brazil UPP. USA. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. Brazil Territorios de la paz: Nuevo modelo x viejas prácticas Rossana MATTOS. University of Tampa. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. Brazil Power relations and social control in violent areas Eduardo GEORJÃO FERNANDES. University of New England. Argentina Prohibición y transgresión en la obra de Bataille. UFES. CONICET/UBA.

University of Republica. and alcohol: Cross national comparisons Liliane SANTOS. University of São Paulo. Brazil The growth of “militias” in Rio de Janeiro Graciela Cecilia SAMANES. Brazil Youth gang membership and relations of rivalry between gang members in Belo Horizonte César BARREIRA and Leonardo SÁ. Federal University of Rio Grande Do Sul. University of California. UERJ. University of Buenos Aires. Portugal Perceptions and strategies of safety in public places in Europe Susanne LILJEHOLM HANSSON. Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Argentina and Jaime ZULUAGA. gender. Brazil Authors and Papers María Victoria PUYOL. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Brazil La violencia escolar 12:30 . Albert Ludwig Universität Freiburg. Brazil Democracy. Technical University of Lisbon. USA Youth homicide. Brazil In search for respect: Youth’s values on social conflicts and violence Robert Nash PARKER.14:00 322 Youth and violence Location: 459 {NB} Session Organizers: Nilia VISCARDI. Brazil The problem brought by the use of genetic database in criminal investigations and the protection of human rights Malena CORTE. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Germany Seeing violence where it is unseen: Violence as a structure forming masculinities in political youth organizations Rafael ROCHA. Argentina Repensando la historia reciente de la Argentina: La realización simbólica del genocidio Mariana POSSAS. National University of Colombia Authors and Papers Alba ZALUAR. IIGG. Argentina Una aproximación al sistema de justicia penal juvenil en la ciudad de Santa Fe  218  . UNESP. Uruguay and Alex TEIXEIRA. Argentina Memoria y memoriales. University of Gothenburg Sweden Local understandings of juvenile delinquency Elektra PASCHALI. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Universidade Federal do Ceará. human rights and the punitive discourse Maria Joao LEOTE DE CARVALHO. Santa Fe. Portugal The Portuguese juvenile justice system: Current dynamics.Thursday 2 August 10:45 . challenges and risks Janaina BUJES. PECOS-IIGGUBA. Las baldosas en Argentina como expresión de las memorias resistentes Mariana OLIVEIRA DE ALMEIDA. Brazil Prácticas y saberes en la gestión de “jóvenes violentos”: Ambigüedades en la aplicación de la ley en los procesos de adolescentes acusados de infracciones Maria Vitória MOURAO. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. Universidad Nacional del Litoral.12:15 247 Human rights violations Location: 459 {NB} Session Organizers: Ines IZAGUIRRE. Fernando SERRA and Catarina ABREU.

Brazil The interface between private security and the police Diego Manuel FLEITAS ORTIZ DE ROZAS. Brazil. Universidad de Buenos Aires.10:30 453 The debate on policing models Location: 459 {NB} Session Organizers: Leticia SCHABBACH. USP. Brazil and Marcelo DURANTE. University of Litoral. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Argentina Prevención del delito y construcciones teóricas: Tres momentos para su problematización Richard ABORISADE. National University of Colombia and Jose Vicente TAVARES dos SANTOS. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Goethe University Frankfurt.16:00 333 Cultural dimensions of crime and violence Location: 459 {NB} Session Organizers: Alex TEIXEIRA. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Brazil Authors and Papers Daniel LOICK. USA Fighting for a democratic police: National policing fields and the differential incorporation of public management and community policing in Argentina and Chile Alex NICHE TEIXEIRA. Argentina Desafíos en el monitoreo y evaluación de una policía local Paul HATHAZY. Brazil Authors and Papers Leonardo SÁ and César BARREIRA. Argentina. Brazil Police: Professional identity and social representations Emilio AYOS. University of California. University of California Berkeley. Community policing in Brazil: Challenges and prospects 10:45 . Argentina. Juridical Institute of Academy of General Prosecutor’s Office of Russia Authors and Papers Maximo SOZZO.12:15 503 RC29 Business Meeting Location: 459 {NB} Chairs: Juan PEGORARO. Germany Critical sociology of the police: Towards an abolitionist perspective 12:30 . Brazil and Yakov GILINSKIY. Brasil Friday 3 August 09:00 . Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Robert Nash PARKER. Tai Solarin University of Education. Santiago FERNANDEZ. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Nigeria The culture of crime control in Nigerian traditional society: Exploring the oro cult of Ijebu communities of western Nigeria Jose Vicente TAVARES DOS SANTOS. APP. Argentina Transición a la democracia y política penal Maria Stela GROSSI PORTO. University of Buenos Aires.14:00 559 The social construction of the police: Dilemmas of police learning Location: 459 {NB} Session Organizers: Jaime ZULUAGA. Federal University of Rio Grande Do Sul.14:30 . Brazil Violence and literature: The novel of cruelty in Latin America André ZANETIC. Brasília University. USA and Alex TEIXEIRA. Universidade Federal de Viçosa. Brazil Disincorporation and belief crisis on officership: The case of the military police academy of Ceará  219  . Universidad Nacional de Lanús. Melissa PIMENTA and Rochele FACHINETTO. José-Vicente TAVARES DOS SANTOS. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Argentina and Maria Alejandra OTAMENDI. Universidade Federal do Ceará. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani.

Brazil Police education in late modernity: Dilemmas and prospects Mariana LORENZ. Argentina Cultura policial. Aprender a morir Gustavo GONZALEZ.Eduardo EDUARDO NUNES JACONDINO. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Argentina La legión extranjera. South Africa Sociological explanations of crime. Universidad Nacional del Litoral. Argentina and Javier GARAT. saber hacer y estereotipos: Exploración sociológica en la ciudad de Santa Fe Lucia FASCIGLIONE. Argentina Policías por vocación y/o profesión.10:30 631 Late modernity and social control Location: 459 {NB} Session Organizers: Maximo SOZZO. Articulaciones y tensiones entre motivos "por qué" y "para qué" "ser" policía y las definiciones de "trabajo policial" Pål WINNAESS. Brazil 10:45 . Argentina Expulsión de extranjeros. Argentina Enseñar a matar. Russia Ethnic tolerance and intolerance in Russia: Current issues and trends Gabriela SEGHEZZO. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Germany The normative construction of society Alla STREMOVSKAYA. University of Buenos Aires. Petersburg Juridical Institute of Academy of General Prosecutor’s Office of Russia. Un análisis de las técnicas de reclutamiento del personal proveniente de otras fuerzas en la policía metropolitana de la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires Letícia ARAÚJO and Jania AQUINO.12:15 690 The social selectivity of criminal justice Location: 459 {NB} Session Organizers: Michel MISSE. Argentina and José Luiz RATTON. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Brazil The legal discourse as a producer of gender subjects: An analysis of trials by jury in Porto Alegre/RS/Brazil Andreas GOETTLICH. IIGG/UBA/CONICET. Universidad Nacional del Litoral. University of Litoral. defensa social y universidad (Universidad de Buenos Aires de principios del siglo XX) Saturday 4 August 09:00 . University of Konstanz. Brazil  220  . Universidade Federal do Ceará. Russia Socio-economic inequality as main cause of deviance and crime Rochele FACHINETTO. Argentina La genealogía de la (in)seguridad como objeto de conocimiento de las ciencias sociales en la Argentina contemporánea Andrés SCHARAGER. Norway Norwegian police students’ perception of what police work is and their comprehension of what characterizes good police work Luciana GHIBERTO. CONICET. University of Buenos Aires. University of South Africa. Brazil and Maria Stela GROSSI PORTO. The Norwegian Police University College. Brasília University. St. Brazil Colliding perspectives on police training and practices: Analyzing Ronda do Quarteirão Authors and Papers Rialize FERREIRA. deviance and social control in a democratic South Africa Yakov GILINSKIY. Universidade Federal Pernambuco. Lomonosov Moscow State University. Universidae Estadual do Oeste do Paraná.

Brazil Authors and Papers Adriana DIAS VIEIRA. and Rodrigo AZEVEDO. Brazil Displays of crime victimization in criminal justice organizational settings Sonia BALZA. Brazil The crime of being a woman: Selectivity in the Brazilian criminal justice system 12:30 . Brazil The government of illegalisms in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro: A comparison of the informal street markets Antonella COMBA. Argentina El lazo social de la ilegalidad en la industria farmacéutica Shanta BALGOBIND SINGH. Federal University of Paraiba. Argentina Illegal activities in the agricultural production in the province of Córdoba. University of Litoral.14:00 722 The metamorphosis of prison Location: 459 {NB} Session Organizers: Maximo SOZZO. University of KwaZuluNatal. Law. Universidad Nacional del Litoral. Giane SILVESTRE and Felipe Athayde Lins MELO. UFMG. Federal University of Paraná. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Federal University of São Carlos. São Paulo. a new paradigm for prison? Paul HATHAZY. University of Brasília (UNB). and Evangelina VENTRICE. Brazil The Primeiro Comando da Capital (PCC) and the articulations between the world inside and outside of the prisons: A new paradigm of public safety? Christophe MINCKE. Argentina and Ligia MADEIRA. Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul. Brazil Women and the criminal justice system: Drug mules. Brazil Effectiveness and governance of Brazilian criminal justice system Valeria VEGH WEIS. Rafael ALENCAR and Marcelo BERDET.Authors and Papers Maximo SOZZO and Waldemar CLAUS. Brazil and Camila NUNES DIAS. Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis Belgium Mobility. Brazil Social dynamics about the mass incarceration in São Paulo Sérgio ADORNO. University of S. COINCET-UBA. University of California Berkeley. University of Litoral. Argentina. Argentina Marx and criminology Rodrigo SUASSUNA. South Africa Gender perception of crime and its reduction amongst white South Africans in the province of KwaZulu-Natal Daniel HIRATA. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina Una aproximación a las prácticas y representaciones de la maternidad en la cárcel de mujeres  221  . Argentina. Argentina ¿Más allá del modelo correccional? Arthur TRINDADE. Paulo. Brazil Evaluación de los programas destinados a egresados del sistema penitenciario: Un estudio del PrEsp Claudiana PERESON. social selectivity and recent changes on the female incarceration in Brazil Jacqueline SINHORETTO. Universidade de Brasília. Universidade de Brasília. UFRJ-NECVU. Brazil Preventive custody and social exclusion Ludmila GAUDAD. USA Las múltiples vidas de la rehabilitación: Campo penitenciario y usos estratégicos del discurso correccionalista en los sistemas penitenciarios de Argentina y Chile Rafaelle Lopes SOUZA. An approximation to the economic organized crime in the rural area Mariana CHIES SANTOS.

France and Marnix DRESSEN. Yokohama National University. New Work Division and New Skills. France Authors and Papers Javier P. Argentina Neoliberalismo. Universidad de Puerto Rico. culturales y de solidaridad del fomento del emprendimiento  222  . Puerto Rico Políticas de vida digna: Propuesta para atender la crisis del trabajo Cinara ROSENFIELD. reclamos y alternativas Location: 17 {OB} Session Organizer: Laura L. University of Lyon. Centro de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos. CONICET. Colombia ¿Qué se crea al fomentar el emprendimiento? Los impactos políticos. Carlos David SANCHEZ and Juan David VANEGAS. University of Lyon. Brazil Pour surmonter la dichotomie entre travail décent et travail digne : Reconnaissance et droits de l’homme Eduardo DONZA. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Universidad de Antioquia. 2004-2011 Raul Alejandro GUZMAN.10:30 24 New Work Organization. HERMO. sociales. Part I: Comparative Analysis of the Practices of Work and Management of Employment Location: 17 {OB} Session Organizer: Emilie LANCIANO. France Shinichi OGAWA. El caso de France Télécom en Argentina y Francia 12:30 . UFRGS. Mexico and Emilie LANCIANO. University of Lille 1. Japan How “innovative” work practices are abandoned: A case of job involvement activities in Japan and France 10:45 . France How firms manage the age? A comparison between France and Japan in the electric sector Jean FINEZ.12:15 65 Innovative approaches to informal work Joint Session RC44 Labor Movements (host committee) RC30 Sociology of Work Location: 29 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . France Compositions et recompositions des secteurs ferroviaires en France et dans le monde. University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-enYvelines. ORTIZ-NEGRON. Argentina Sociología del trabajo y nuevas articulaciones laborales Emilie LANCIANO.14:00 120 La crisis del trabajo y políticas de vida digna: Diagnósticos. Proposition d’une grille analytique dans le cadre d’une comparaison internationale Damián PIERBATTISTI. reforma del estado y privatizaciones: La globalización de un modelo de gestión de la fuerza de trabajo. Universidad de Puerto Rico Authors and Papers Tania GARCIA RAMOS.RC30 Sociology of Work Programme Coordinators: Delphine MERCIER. University of Lyon. Argentina Estado de situación de los derechos relacionados con el trabajo y la seguridad social en el área urbana de la Argentina. Universidad de Buenos Aires Universidad Católica Argentina.

Mexico. UQAM. Germany Working conditions and the desire to reduce working hours due to family responsibilities Marie-Pierre MOREAU. Belgium Combining work and family in two occupational contexts and cultures: Nurses versus police officers Anne BUSCH. UCL. Mexico Panelists: Delphine MERCIER. Belgium Authors and Papers Bernard FUSULIER. University of Bielefeld. CNAM Paris.Celia PACHECO. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Marcos SUPERVIELLE. Centro de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos. Germany and Elke HOLST.10:30 196 Articulating work and family: Gender or professional group differences? / Conciliar empleo y familia: ¿Unas diferencias de género. Uruguay and Paul BOUFFARTIGUE. de grupo profesional o otras? Location: 17 {OB} Session Organizers: Diane Gabrielle TREMBLAY. Université de Louvain. CNRS LEST. France Anja ABENDROTH. University of Bedfordshire. Bielefeld University. Argentina Una nueva cultura del trabajo: Transformaciones en la carrera laboral de una generación de trabajadores petroleros Anne BUSCH. Universidad de la República. Canada and Anne GILLET. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. University of Bielefeld. Brazil Mothering and fathering in flexible working contexts Thursday 2 August 09:00 . La Plata. Brazil The challenge of work and family ‘conciliation’ and the bipolarity of the female labor market in contemporary Brazil Bárbara CASTRO. Braunschweig Institute of Technology. El caso de los ingenieros del software y tele-operadores 2 Leticia MUÑIZ TERRA. France Transformaciones y permanencias en las trayectorias laborales en Monterrey. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. Centro de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos. Canada and Bernard Fusulier. CNAM Paris Authors and Papers Anne GILLET. Democracy at work and social justice: an international perspective Location: 17 {OB} Session Organizer: Delphine MERCIER. UQAM. Germany Occupational gender composition and workplace support: The role of motherhood 10:45 .12:15 257 New career theory and new realities of work in the Knowledge Economy / Nuevas teories de la carerra y nuevas realidades de trabajo en la Economia del Conocimiento Location: 17 {OB} Session Organizers: Diane Gabrielle TREMBLAY. México.16:00 176 Panel session. México Trabajo informal en plazas comerciales 14:30 . Germany Occupational sex segregation and management-level wages in Germany: What role does firm size play?  223  . German Institute for Economic Research (DIW). United Kingdom Gender equality in the teaching profession: A crossnational comparison Juliana NAZARETH and Maria Inacia D’AVILA NETO. Stephanie PAUSCH. Germany and Sebastian BÖHM.

CONICET-IDES. Uruguay Aportes conceptuales y empíricos para analizar el fenómeno del ausentismo laboral desde una perspectiva de género: El caso de la industria láctea en Uruguay Jordao NUNES. Challenges.Gérard VALENDUC. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento. South Africa Career mobility of anatomical pathologists from the public to private sector in KwaZulu-Natal. Germany The research project and academic careers Shaun RUGGUNAN. Colombia 14:30 . Colombia Conciliación vida laboral y vida familiar en mujeres obreras de Cali. de grupo profesional u otras? Location: 17 {OB} Session Organizers: Bernard FUSULIER. Mestranda. Rafaela DA S. Kuwait Organisational career is not dead Belmira MAGALHÃES. France Authors and Papers Adeline GILSON. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Laboratoire d’Economie et de Sociologie du Travail. National Open University. Canada Authors and Papers Karina BATTHYANY and Cecilia TOMASSINI. Transnationalisation of work practices Location: 17 {OB} Session Organizer: Emilie LANCIANO. RC30. UdelaR. Institute for Social Science Research (ISF). South Africa Vikinta ROSINAITE. Brazil Changes in the world of work and the process of flexibilization in Brazil: A case study Mei-Ling LIN. Maceió. University of Louvain-la-Neuve. UQAM. University of Lyon.14:00 290 Conciliar empleo y familia: ¿Unas diferencias de género. Technical University Berlin. La articulación del trabajo y la familia en las clases medias profesionales  224  . University of KwaZulu-Natal. France New work organisation in public services {*} Klaus SCHMIERL. Argentina and Lorena POBLETE. Brazil La educación y las relaciones de género: Un análisis de la calificación superior femenina Laura GALVEZ GALVEZ. Universidade Federal de Goiás. new work division and new skills. Argentina La regulación del servicio doméstico y del cuidado en Argentina y Francia. Brazil Trabajo musical y género: Identidad profesional y arreglos domésticos Ania TIZZIANI. Belgium Diversification of careers of knowledge workers: A European perspective from the works project Cristina BESIO. MENDONÇA RÊGO and Geice QUEILA DE LIMA SILVA. and Trends 12:30 .16:00 350 New work organization. Part II. Germany Correspondence of new work requirements with vocational training in cross-company alliances in the German metal industry Ricardo MULLER and Lawrence PEREIRA. Belgium and Diane Gabrielle TREMBLAY. Ciências Sociais. Université de Louvain. American University of the Middle East. Taiwan Talent Management of Knowledge Workers and Global Migration in the New Economy: Opportunities.

10:30 457 Work and immigration Location: 17 {OB} Session Organizers: Delphine MERCIER. Japan Contemporary reversely-oriented labor migration: Japanese youth emigrants to China {*} Delphine MERCIER. Brazil Social-environmental responsibility: State. market and work in the sucroalcooleiro sector of the Ribeirão Preto/SP region Patricia VENDRAMIN. Université Paris-Ouest. Ritsumeikan University. France. University of Hamburg. Mexico. Aix en Provence. Germany and Elke HOLST. IEP Toulouse. Japan Youth labor movements in Japan: Their conditions and characteristics Rosemeire SALATA and Mariana Tonussi MILANO. LEST-CNRS. Belgium A triple view on trade-union activism: Cause. Universidade Estadual Paulista. Fondation Travail-Université. Bérénice CRUNEL.16:15 . Laboratoire d’Economie et de Sociologie du Travail. work. Utrecht University. individual and organisation  225  . sindicato y circulación internacional de las ideas {*} Minori MATSUTANI. Brazil Immigrants workers in the New York city's and São Paulo city's garment industry Higuchi NAOTO. Spain Brazilian immigrants in Spain and their incorporation into the Spanish labour world Beatriz Isola COUTINHO and Leila de MENEZES STEIN. France La recomposition des solidarités ouvrières face à une délocalisation : Le cas de l’usine molex de villemur-Sur-tarn Shoji HASHIGUCHI. France. Alexandra OESER. Germany Immigrant occupational composition and the earnings of immigrants and natives in Germany {*} Joyce ANSELMO. Université Lille I. Brazil Trabajo.17:45 390 Leisure. Laboratoire d’Economie et de Sociologie du Travail. German Institute for Economic Research. France Les défis de la question migratoire face à un travail globalisé Bernhard WEICHT. Kyoto University. Universidade Estadual Paulista. University of Tokushima. Universidade Estadual Paulista. Centro de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos and Annalisa LENDARO. Centro de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos. time-budgets and the economic crisis Joint Session RC30 Sociology of Work RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Leonardo CAVALCANTI. France Authors and Papers Anne BORY. Japan The role of human and social capital to gain the upper hand in migrant’s labor market: The case of Japanese-Argentina workers in Japan Friday 3 August 09:00 . Japan and Nanako INABA. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Netherlands The intersection of social and migration policies: The situation of migrant care workers 10:45 . Aix-en-Provence (France) Authors and Papers Boris HEIZMANN.12:15 488 Labor solidarity in the era of neoliberal globalization Location: 17 {OB} Session Organizers: Adeline GILSON. Ibaraki University.

Argentina The appearance and disappearance of “absenteeism” as a problem of health and safety at work (Argentina.12:15 664 Health and safety at work: Occupational hazards and technological risks / Salud y seguridad en el trabajo: Riesgos laborales y tecnológicos Location: 17 {OB} Session Organizer: Jorge WALTER. CNRS. Italy Innovative workers’ “capabilities” but less employment status and working conditions under pressure Bárbara CASTRO. Lorena GODOY. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Universidade Federal de Pelotas. Chile La revalorización del trabajo como fundamento de cohesión social: Tensiones. Argentina Authors and Papers Claire CHAY. Brazil Le travail en perspective : Identité et subjectivité Cleiton MACIEL. Mexico Psychosomatic health. Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering. Brazil La violencia en la trayectoria de vida de los colectores de materiales reciclables y el proceso de fabricación de la industrialización de la mercadería basura Veronika SIEGLIN. Elisa ANSOLEAGA. Hitotsubashi University. CONICET. Chile and Josep M.14:00 550 RC30 Business Meeting Location: 17 {OB} Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. Federal University of Amazonas. France and Jens THOEMMES. Universidade Estadual Paulista. France Is work soluble in sustainable development ? Fabiana GRECCO. Brazil and Jeanne Mariel BRITO. CEIL. BLANCH. University of Lyon. Mugla University.10:30 637 Precarity and new forms of employment Location: 17 {OB} Session Organizer: Emilie LANCIANO. Izabel VALLE. Universidad Diego Portales. Brazil Productive restructuring and labor organization in the pottery pole of Iranduba  226  . Russia Irregular activities on the Russian labour market Serafino NEGRELLI. A comparative study of male and female scientists in Mexican public universities Victoria HAIDAR. Turkey Health and safety at home-based work 12:30 . 1930-2011) Antonio STECHER.Guillermo WORMALD and Maria TREBILCOCK. France Authors and Papers Oxana ANIKOVICH. Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León. Federal University of Campina Grande. Allison ANDRADE. Japan The hardships for the small independent business brought by neo-liberal globalization: The case study of barber shops and beauty salons in Japan 10:45 . gender and working conditions in science. Spain Riesgos psicosociales en profesionales de la salud pública en Chile Dilek HATTATOGLU. CERTOP. Brazil Non-standard employment contracts and the organization of work: The case of the brazilian information technology sector Anne Marie WAUTIER. University of Milano Bicocca. CERTOP. Juan Pablo TORO. paradojas y desafíos Tomoko FUJISAKI.

Brazil The informal organization of Bolivian immigrants in the city of São Paulo for better conditions of life Jacobo MUÑOZ COMET. UNED.RC31 10:45 . Spain Migrant educational investment in Spain and its return on the labour market. Tohoku University. India Textile industries of Surat and migrant laborers: Narratives on deprivation of basic rights in a civil society Alexandra LOWRIE. Reducing the employment and occupational gap? Sociology of Migration Programme Coordinator: David BARTRAM. Tohoku-Gakuin University. United Kingdom Wednesday 1 August 09:00 .10:30 14 Disasters and Social Justice for Migrants Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizers and Co-chairs: Mari SHIBA. Tokai University. Etnia. Isabella Thoburn College. India Authors and Papers Brígida BAEZA. Brazil Survivors and migrants: A dialogue between disaster and migration in light of the case of Haitians in Brazil Kihwan KWAK. clase y nación Bishnu BARIK. Sambalpur University. Japan The great eastern Japan earthquake and prejudice toward foreigners Kumiko TSUCHIDA. Argentina Migrantes limítrofes en Comodoro Rivadavia. Universidade de São Paulo. Japan Rebuilding the life after disaster: The case studies of immigrant women in Tohoku 12:30 . Sambalpur University. University of Leicester. CONICET/UNPSJB. Hector CEBOLLA BOADO and María MIYAR BUSTO. Hideki TARUMOTO. Australia and Paolo BOCCAGNI. Universidade de Brasilia.12:15 68 Migration of labour and human rights issues: Reflections on global context Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizers: Bishnu BARIK. Isabella Thoburn College Chair: Smita VERMA. Hokkaido University. Seijo University. Japan Whether to remain in Japan or not: Inner conflict of foreigners after the occurrence of the great east Japan earthquake Kazuhisa HONDA. Kwansei Gakuin University. Japan. Japan Multicultural communities in a global age: What the 311 taught us and beyond Myungsoo KIM. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. University of Trento.14:00 124 Out of Place Emotions: managing emotions from a distance Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizers: Loretta BALDASSAR. University of Western Australia. Italy  227  . and Sunhee LEE. Japan Authors and Papers Claudia ANJOS. Japan and Kazuhisa NISHIHARA. USA The (Argentine) state response to the problem of assistance to victims of human trafficking Jose GUIRADO. Nagoya University. India and Smita VERMA.

CIESAS. Singapore Authors and Papers Osten WAHLBECK.Authors and Papers Derek McGHEE. Australia Identity. France.10:30 217 Migration In (Post-) Socialist Societies Joint Session RC31 Sociology of Migration RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) Location: For programme details see section Joint Sessions 227 Repeat migration and social inequalities and equalities Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizer: Caroline PLÜSS. University of Campinas. South Africa Transnational forced migration and negotiating the confusing terrain of contrasting emotions: The case of female refugees in South Africa  228  . University of Southampton. Brazil The concept of loss in transnational migration {*} Isabela CABRAL FELIX DE SOUSA. Université Paris Descartes. Umeå University. United Kingdom Competing obligations and the maintenance of physical co-presence – The impact of migration and structural constraints on post accession polish families in the UK Claudia TAZREITER. memory in the structuring the moralities of migration Cecile VERMOT. SSKH. Finland Immigrant ambivalence toward the homeland: The case of Iraqis in Helsinki and Rome Ria SMIT and Pragna RUGUNANAN. University of Trento. emotion. Mexico Political economy of nostalgia and transnational migration between Mexico and United States Szilvia SIMAI and Rosana BAENINGER. Trento University. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Finland The Finnish and Swedish migration dynamics and transnational social spaces Sara BONFANTI. Singapore The transnational positions of male ChineseSingaporean migrants and their social integration in transnational spaces Christopher FIORELLO. USA Invisible divides: Marriage & migration among highskilled Syrians 14:30 . University of Western Australia. UC Berkeley. Nanyang Technological Universtiy. Brazil Grief and empowerment in the migration process of leaving Brazil to Italy Roberta RAFFAETA. University of Johannesburg. University of Helsinki. Italy Authors and Papers Peter KIVISTO and Vanja LA VECCHIA-MIKKOLA. University of Turku. Kansai University. University of New South Wales. Sweden Back to the “origins”? a capability-based assessment of the most recent migration policies in Sweden Caroline PLUSS. Italy Emplaced emotions: Hope explored Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Japan Living between two societies: Japanese women’s experience in China Shinji HIRAI. Australia and Paolo BOCCAGNI.16:00 175 Out of Place Emotions: Ambiguity of being Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizers: Loretta BALDASSAR. Gender and timing of guilt within Argentinean migration process Chie SAKAI. Nanyang Technological University.

Italy Migración transnacional. Colombia Migración y familia a través del Atlántico. development and transnational citizenship: A South-North academic dialogue Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizers: Jean-Michel LAFLEUR. Claudia PEDONE. Belgium Chair: Jean-Michel LAFLEUR.14:00 304 Migrant ‘illegality’ and non-citizen precarious status in the Americas Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizer: David BARTRAM. United Kingdom Authors and Papers María Teresa HERRERA VIVAR. University of Essex. USA Explaining Mexican communities’ contrasting relationships to the US illegality state Gustavo VERDUZCO. University of Leicester. IEGDCSIC. Université de Liège. Université de Liège. United Kingdom Chair: Ewa MORAWSKA. Argentina. paternidad transnacional y solidaridad familiar en la ciudad de Cochabamba Janneth CLAVIJO. Universidade Estadual Paulista. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani-CONICET. United Kingdom and Amparo GONZALEZ-FERRER. University of Leicester. Carmen LEDO. Mexico Forms of social inclusion in an adverse milieu: Undocumented Mexicans in New Haven. El Colegio de México. Spain The social media dimension of migrants transnational practices: Participating in the Argentine elections 2011 from abroad {*} 12:30 . Belgium. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Université Catholique de Louvain.10:45 . Spain and María Margarita ECHEVERRI. Spain Authors and Papers Isabel YEPEZ. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Goethe University Frankfurt. Spain An approach to the Brazilian immigrant entrepreneurship in London and Barcelona Natalia Denise SENMARTIN. and Beatriz ISOLA COUTINHO. Belgium. Spain Bridging or bonding? The nature of the social capital of Latin American immigrants in Spain and the US Leonardo CAVALCANTI. Centro de Planificación y Gestión. Brazil Citizenship status of immigrants: A comparative analysis between Brazil and Argentina  229  . Un acercamiento a la reconfiguración de los vínculos familiares transnacionales de migrantes latinoamericanos en España Laura MORALES. Institut d’Infància i Món Urbà.12:15 251 Latin American migration. UC Berkeley. Centre d’études du Développement. Università IUAV di Venezia. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Bolivia and Mirko MAZADRO. Argentina La dimensión política del fenómeno migratorio en el contexto contemporáneo colombiano y las estrategias de vinculación con los colombianos en el exterior Sandra GIL ARAUJO. Connecticut Ariella SILVA ARAUJO. Elisa BREY. Belgium Co-Chair: Elisa BREY. Germany Between formal exclusion and new forms of belonging: Latin American undocumented women in Germany Abigail ANDREWS. Spain and Isabel YÉPEZ. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Open University of Catalonia. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

USA Authors and Papers Caterina ROHDE. families. family and migration Location: 434 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Ethel KOSMINSKY.17:45 384 Food. University of Toronto. Brasil Authors and Papers Paoyi HUANG. foreign. alimentary habits and the symbolic construction of Teuto-Brazilian ethnicity Miriam SANTOS. Canada Destination Canada (?): Gender. USA Recognizing dispossession: Mobilization among Nicaraguan migrant domestic workers in Costa Rica Pilar GONALONS PONS. Arizona State University. Southern Utah University. University of WisconsinMadison. and children {*} Annalisa ORNAGHI and Mara TOGNETTI BORDOGNA.16:00 345 Migrating out of the home and into the gendered and racialized globalized market of household labor Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizers: Shobha Hamal GURUNG. Italy The reproductive labour of care: A case study of migrant women working in Italy Monica BOYD. CERI.17:45 394 New migration profiles in a globalised world and changing paradigms of migration Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizer: Catherine de WENDEN. Brazil Colonization. CUNY. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Germany Young. USA Dining table as a battlefield: Chinese immigrant brides’ food practice after migration Giralda SEYFERTH. University of Milan-Bicocca Italy Carers’ transnational links: The ambivalence of immigrant remittances {*} 14:30 . USA Chair: Mary ROMERO. University of Illinois at Chicago. Istanbul Technical University. Turkey The exceptional migrants? The regularization of migrant domestic workers in Turkey Shobha HAMAL GURUNG. CERI. Sciences-Po. Arizona State University. class and racialized inequality Laura STEFANELLI. France Chair: Catherine de WENDEN. Brazil Food as an identity mark between Italian immigrants and their descendants in the south of Brazil 16:15 .16:00 346 Migration and Quality of Life. USA and Mary ROMERO. France  230  . USA From migration to citizenship: Transnational workers. USA The resurgence of paid domestic workers at the intersection of gender. São Paolo State University. race and changing policies for recruiting migrant domestic workers Ayse AKALIN. Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro. University of Trento. Sciences-Po. Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology. Universidade Federal de Santa Maria. Part I Joint Session RC55 Social Indicators (host committee) RC31 Sociology of Migration Location: 23 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 16:15 . Brazil and Maria Catarina ZANINI. female: The gendered and nationalized nature of household labour in the au pair institution Laura NUSSBAUM-BARBERENA.14:30 . Utah State University.

migrants and the development of inclusive urban cultures and identities. Elsa KOLETH. University of Haifa. Finland Chair: Peter KIVISTO. Argentina Políticas migratorias y movimiento de trabajadores en el MERCOSUR: Desde fines del siglo XX a la actualidad Sanna SAKSELA-BERGHOLM. Israel Labor migration in Israel: The creation of an unfree workforce Ludger PRIES. Finland Authors and Papers 09:00 . CUNY. Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro. University of Sydney. Australia Operationalising the study of social transformation and international migration in the 21st century Hideki TARUMOTO. Derya OZKUL. Japan State sovereignty and changing migrant profiles in Japan Camila DANIEL. El Colegio de México. El Colegio de México. University of Turku. Chulhyo KIM. Part I Joint Session RC31 Sociology of Migration (host committee) RC21 Regional and Urban Development Location: 307 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 .10:30 437 Migration. Spain Labour market needs or international political agenda? Designing temporary migrant worker programmes in Spanish migration policy (2000-2010) Leiza BRUMAT. Tel Aviv University. Institute of Economics. CONICET-UADE. Stephen CASTLES and Magdalena ARIAS CUBAS.12:15 513 Undocumented immigrants and social justice Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizer: Peter KIVISTO. University of Melbourne. Germany Irregular migrant citizenship: Domestic workers negotiating social citizenship rights Francesca DEGIULI. USA Undocumented migration and civil society  231  . Mika HELANDER. Geography and Demography. Center for Research and Higher Education.Authors and Papers Rebecca WILLIAMSON. Mexico Magdalena BARROS NOCK. Hokkaido University. DCJS. Israel and Adriana KEMP. Brazil The ‘horizontal cooperation’ and the place of Brazil in Latin American scene: The case of Peruvian university students in Brazil Millsom HENRY-WARING and Martina BOESE. and Rolle ALHO. Finland Temporary labour migrants’ experiences of working conditions and social protection in Finland {*} Friday 3 August 09:00 . Australia New or old migration profiles? The experiences of visible migrants and refugees in rural and regional Australia Authors and Papers Rebeca RAIJMAN. University of Helsinki. USA Kyoko SHINOZAKI. Germany (What) did we learn from history? Current debates on circular migration in Germany Ana LOPEZ SALA and Mikolaj STANEK. CSIC. Ruhr University Bochum. University of Turku.10:30 452 Temporary labour migrations: The resurgence of guest worker programs Location: 468 {NB} Session Organizer: Gustavo VERDUZCO. Mexico Mixed families and their everyday life in California. Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Mexico Chair: Gustavo VERDUZCO.

University of Burgos.Natalia DEBANDI.10:30 626 In and out of place: Participation of transnational migrants in civil society Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Mónica IBÁÑEZ-ANGULO. Chile Límites sociales e institucionales del reconocimiento: El acceso precario de los inmigrantes latinoamericanos a la sociedad chilena Andrew ORTON. Middle East Technical University. Japan Intercountry adopted children from Korea: Their status as modern diasporas and their new identity as the facilitators in the globalized societies  232  . nation-states and regional integration Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizer: Oluyemi FAYOMI.14:00 538 Migration and Development I Joint Session RC31 Sociology of Migration (host committee) RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development Location: 307 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . Nagoya University. Turkey Fumbling in the dark: A study on the participation of Iranian refugees in Ankara (Turkey) Vanessa GURIDY-CERRITOS and Laura NUSSBAUMBARBERENA. Universidad de Argentina El paso por un centro de expulsión de inmigrantes en Francia Sara PARK. USA Emerging Latino civil society in new destinations 10:45 . ethnicity. University of Illinois at Chicago. Covenant University. Universidad del País Vasco. Nigeria Chair: Theophilus FADAYOMI. Social and spatial inclusion of immigrants in the cities of south Luis Eduardo THAYER. Nigeria Authors and Papers Ignacio IRAZUZTA. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. University of Leicester. United Kingdom Building migrants’ belonging through positive interactions {*} 634 Migration and Development II Joint Session RC31 Sociology of Migration RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) Location: 464 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 .12:15 660 Diasporas. Instituto de Políticas y Bienes Públicos. Santiago PEREZ-NIEVAS. Spain Políticas del desarraigo: Un ejercicio de comparación en torno a la emergencia de las "nuevas diásporas" Mari SHIBA. Durham University. Spain Authors and Papers Yasemin AKIS KALAYLIOGLU. Universidad de Los Lagos. CSIC. Roma Tre University. United Kingdom. Kyoto University. Japan Transformation of citizenship Laura MORALES. Italy Going south. Spain and Daniela VINTILA. Covenant University. Spain Residential concentration. political opportunities and the representation of immigrantorigin minorities in Spain Nadia NUR. going local.16:00 595 RC31 Business Meeting Location: 307 {OB} Saturday 4 August 09:00 .

United Kingdom Authors and Papers Francesca LAGOMARSINO and Chiara PAGNOTTA.Martin ROSENFELD. Australia The ‘real’ alternative: Multiculturalism and community arts in Sydney Christiane SCHLOTE. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. City University London.16:00 744 Sexualities and migration Location: 443 {NB} Session Organizers: Bernadetta SIARA and John SOLOMOS. Université Libre de Bruxelles. Italy Chair: Marco Martiniello. Brazil  233  . Belgium and Yuri KAZEPOV. University of Zurich. University of Urbino. Università di Genova. University of Liège.10:30 13 Democracy. Eastern Michigan University. Brazil Global imbrications between sex and marriage markets: Brazilian women in southern Europe 10:45 . Nigeria and Lanre ADEOLA. Belgium Authors and Papers Pauline CLECH. University of Haifa. Italy Entre la chica buena y la mala: Discursos en torno a la sexualidad de chicas ecuatorianas en Italia Adriana PISCITELLI. migrants and the development of inclusive urban cultures and identities II Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizers: Marco MARTINIELLO. Covenant University. Part II Joint Session RC55 Social Indicators (host committee) RC31 Sociology of Migration Location: 23 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . Crawford University. Saint Mary's University.14:00 710 Migration.12:15 670 Migration and Quality of Life. City University London. Belgium The complex dance of diaspora and transnationalism taking place in the euro-African second hand cars exportation business Larisa FIALKOVA. Work and Gender Equality: A Comparative and CrossCultural Perspective Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizers and Co-chairs: Solange SIMOES. Nigeria The emerging role of diaspora in the restructuring of the Nigerian state 14:30 . Switzerland Staging south Asian Diasporas RC32 Women in Society Programme Coordinator: Evangelia TASTSOGLOU. USA and Bila SORG. Canada Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Sciences-po/CNRS. University of Liège. United Kingdom Chair: Bernadetta SIARA. France ‘Red suburb’ and otherness: How migrant arts became legitimate in the communist and working class Parisian suburb Elsa KOLETH. State University of Campinas. Israel Russians in Germany: A new diaspora literature in the making Oluyemi FAYOMI. University of Sydney.

Federal University of Paraiba. USA and Ariane HEGEWISCH. Egypt and Anne PRICE. Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizers: Evangelia TASTSOGLOU. Columbia University. The Academic College of Management.12:15 90 Women. University of Victoria. Helen RIZZO. Brazil Gender inequalities among journalists in São Paulo – The Brazilian context of the increasing feminization of the profession of journalism and journalism education Martin GASSER. Canada The sticky wicket of regulating violence against women in polygamy: Feminist perspective on the constitutional challenge in Canada Katherine MEYER. Laura CORRADI. USA Reframing gender class and retirement rights in Vietnam 128 RC32 Round Table: Violence: expressions and solutions Location: 25 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Vappu TYYSKA. Eastern Michigan State. USA Campaign against sexual harassment in Egypt Neerja AHLAWAT. Michael NOLLERT and Sebastian SCHIEF. Lunds University. Canada Authors and Papers Loreley GARCIA. Saint Mary's University. The Ohio State University. Italy Sex and violence in commercials: Freedom of expression or symbolic aggression? Antoinette HETZLER. Sarah KERSTEN. PUC Minas. Canada and Antoinette HETZLER. Jo-Anne LEE and Veronica PACINIKETCHABAW. University of Fribourg. Switzerland Gender inequality in the division of paid and unpaid work: A comparison of Swiss regions Tricia McTAGUE. Canada Authors and Papers Cynthia DEITCH. Brazil The pitfalls of desire Mariana PULHEZ. Federal University of São Carlos. Università della Calabria. Sweden Chair: Evangelia TASTSOGLOU.BIJAOUI. Brazil {*} 12:30 . social sanctions and honour killings in Haryana Juliana JAYME. Sweden It wasn’t my fault  234  . McMaster University. Marriage norms. Ryerson University. USA Sexual assault and harassment of immigrant workers in the United States: Overcoming obstacles to legal and social justice M. USA Young women democratizing the workplace: Gendered union organizing in the feminized US service sector Sylvie FOGIEL . American University in Cairo.14:00 127 RC32 Round Table: Challenging gendered spaces and categories Location: 22 {OB} Session Organizer: Vappu TYYSKA. Brazil Être mère Sur la blogosphère : La maternité active dans les cybercarnets Annalee LEPP. violence and social justice. Institute for Women’s Policy Research. Saint Mary's University. George Washington University. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. University of Lund. Rishon LeZion. identity and space occupation in the downtown of Belo Horizonte. University of South Florida Polytechnic. Part I. University Rohtak Haryana India. Canada Exploring intimate economies: An alternative framework for activists? Kristy KELLY. Brazil Sex work. USA. Israel The future is still waiting for us: Arab–Israeli women in the Israeli labor market Melanie HEATH. Ryerson University. Alessandra CHACHAM and Mariana MORAIS.Authors and Papers Aline Tereza BORGHI LEITE. Canada 10:45 .

Israel The people demand social justice Marlene TEIXEIRA RODRIGUES and Kamila FIGUEIRA DA SILVA. USA Conducting feminist research in the country of one’s familial past  235  . religion and new welfare programs at São Paulo. Brazil Women autonomy and social policy: Community. educación y (e) migración en el sureste mexicano Authors and Papers Olabisi YUSUFF. Canada Authors and Papers Orly TSARFATY. University of Ghana Co-Chair: Dilek CINDOGLU. Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Mexico Mexican business women in the United States Manuel Ángel RODRIGUEZ and Rocío LOPEZ VELASCO. University of Ghana Chair: Akosua Adomako AMPOFO. Mexico and Mirosalba CANCINO LARA Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas.16:00 181 Researching women’s lives in postcolonial contexts: Challenges and transformations in decolonizing self and research Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizer: Akosua Adomako AMPOFO. NIFT Chennai. Canada Authors and Papers Maria Lucero JIMENEZ. Ryerson University. Academic College of Emeq Yezreel. Canada 131 RC32 Round Table: Women. College of management academic studies. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Ryerson University. Bilkent University. Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Communication. Turkey Authors and Papers Sylvanna FALCON. USA Addressing the impact of globalization. Ryerson University. welfare & economic (re)structuring Location: 33 {OB} Session Organizer: Vappu TYYSKA. University of California. Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero. India Gender mainstreaming in police and apparel companies in Tamil Nadu for human resource development and improving organizational effectiveness Alicia GIRÓN. Brazil La lucha contra la violencia contra la mujer y la atención primaria de salud – Reflexiones desde el programa de agentes comunitarios de salud en Brasilia (DF-BR) 130 RC32 Round Table: Women’s work environments Location: 26 {OB} Session Organizer: Vappu TYYSKA. Israel and Dalia LIRAN-ALPER.129 RC32 Round Table: Women in action: Images and realities Location: 26 {OB} Session Organizer: Vappu TYYSKA. Instituto Nacional de Ciência e Tecnologia. Mexico Changes in gender relations. University of Delaware. Nigeria The challenges and constraints of rural women informal economic activities in Ogun State. Nigeria Sara HELMAN.. Israel Surviving poverty and workfare: Lone mothers’ families survival strategies under conditions of extreme social insecurity Yumi Garcia dos SANTOS. Santa Cruz. poverty and women’s labor force participation: Three case studies 14:30 . Universidad de Brasília. Economic and labor changes and its effects Angammal SANTHI S. UNAM. Brazil Bahira Sherif TRASK and Megan BAROLET-FOGARTY. Lagos State University. Israel and Ofira BEN SHLOMO. Mexico Género.

Costa Rica Researching afro-descendent and indigenous women’s lives in the tropics. Brazil Gender and feminism in Latin American comparative politics: The relationship of the state. National University of Lujan. social movements and experts in the struggle for gender global justice Eva Alterman BLAY. Programa de Doctorado en Estudios de la Sociedad y la Cultura. Universidad General San Martin. Centro de Investigaciones Psicológicas y Sociológicas. Brazil Feminismo. Brazil and Celso Rúbio SANT’ANA CARDOSO. Ministry of Education and Culture. feminists and post-colonial researches with migrant women Karina BIDASECA. epistemology. and practice in engaging gender non-conforming persons on the cape flats communities of South Africa Christina SCHRAMM. Canada Pinay postcolonial subjects in the global economy: Feminist research discursive practices and ethics Culture. Women in Society. international organizations. University of São Paulo. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Knowledge productions at a crossroads Manisha DESAI. University of Connecticut.12:15 244 Gender.Nadia SANGER. Argentina Authors and Papers María Isabel DOMÍNGUEZ GARCÍA. Mexico Representación política y violación a la representación de cuota de género en México Breno CYPRIANO. Alicia DAMBRAUSKAS. South Africa In the middle of the story: Reflecting on feminist theory. Uruguay and Alicia Itati PALERMO. Brazil Chairs: Alicia DAMBRAUSKAS. Peru Asháninka empoderada: Una reflexión antropológica sobre los procesos de empoderamiento de las mujeres dirigentas de la FREMANK. UFMG. Human Sciences Research Council. Cuba Justicia social y equidad de género. los derechos humanos y justicia social Maria DEL Pilar EGO-AGUIRRE. Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero. Brazil The challenge of building a logical methodology for participatory. Pontíficia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais. La mujer joven cubana Manuel Ángel RODRIGUEZ. Argentina Postcolonial feminism: An essay about third feminism Glenda BONIFACIO. Ministry of Education and 10:45 . Uruguay and Marlise MATOS. Argentina. University of Lethbridge. USA The possibilities and perils for scholar-activists and activist-scholars: Reflections on the “feminist dialogues” Juliana NAZARETH. un estudio de caso en la selva central peruana Thursday 2 August 09:00 .10:30 218 Movimientos de mujeres por la justicia social y la democratización en América Latina / Women`s movements for social justice and democratization in Latin America Part I Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizers: Alicia Itati PALERMO. National University of Lujan. science and technology: Post-colonial and feminist perspectives Joint Session RC32 Women in Society (host committee) RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology Location: 446 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  236  . Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais.

por el aborto legal!: Acciones y procesos de instalación del derecho al aborto legal en Argentina en el siglo XXI Deborah DAICH. adult and older women. Part II Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizers: Antoinette HETZLER. Neide Maria ALMEIDA PINTO and Aline GUIZARDI DELESPOSTE. Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México. Canada Understanding violence and anti-violence work in the context of immigration and diversity Arvinder ANSARI. CONICET/UBA. New Delhi. Aportes para una historia de la lucha por la despenalización y legalización del aborto en la Argentina Adriana CAUSA. Colectiva Feminista La Revuelta.17:45 14:30 . USA Chair: Zakia SALIME. John’s University. Alicia DAMBRAUSKAS. Lunds University. USA . JAIMES LEGORRETA. Ministry of Education and Culture. una deuda de la democracia”. Brazil Chair: Marlise MATOS. Saint Mary's University. Argentina “Aborto legal. Argentina and Mónica TARDUCCI. Rutgers University. Egipt and Zakia SALIME. Lunds University. CONICET. Brazil ¿La participación de mujeres en sindicatos de trabajadores rurales modifica las relaciones de poder en el medio rural? Un análisis en el sindicato de los trabajadores de Espera Feliz. USA The nuances of agency: Latina survivors of gender violence and gatekeepers of citizenship in the US Evangelia TASTSOGLOU. Brazil Política y género en el cotidiano: el proyecto “Mulheres da Paz” en Porto Alegre. Brasil 16:15 . Umeå University. St. Minas Gerais. American College of Greece. University. Uruguay and Marlise MATOS. and family violence in immigrant communities: A multigenerational approach Roberta VILLALON. Sweden Cómo perciben los/as tomadores de decisiones gubernamentales la incidencia política feminista a favor de los derechos reproductivos: Dos casos regionales en el Perú Claudia ANZORENA. Argentina. UBA/UNSAM. Ryerson University. Canada Chair: Antoinette HETZLER. Rutgers University. a luchar. Sweden and Evangelia TASTSOGLOU. Athens. Universidade Federal de Viçosa. Greece Prioritizing violence against women: The new agenda-setting of women’s organizations‘ in Greece Luz María C. Sweden Authors and Papers Vappu TYYSKÄ. UFMG. Brazil Authors and Papers Anna-Britt COE. American University of Cairo. National University of Lujan. Mexico La violación a los derechos de las mujeres en México: Un problema sociocultural Anelise ESTIVALET. PMPA. Argentina and Ruth ZURBBRIGEN.12:30 . Canada Girls. Argentina A luchar.16:00 349 Movimientos de mujeres por la justicia social y la democratización en América Latina / Women`s movements for social justice and democratization in Latin America Part II  237  386 Gender & Arab revolts: Where are the women? Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizers: Ashraf MAHMOUD. Argentina Los movimientos sociales y su incidencia en la agenda de género en Argentina Érika OLIVEIRA AMORIM. UFMG. Saint Mary's University. India Gendered violence in Kashmir: A case study of half widows in Kashmir Chrysanthi ZACHOU.14:00 320 Women. violence and social justice. INCIHUSA. Brazil {*} Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizers: Alicia Itati PALERMO. UBA-UNSAM.

Monash University. Canada and Cynthia JOSEPH. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. United Arab Emirates Women’s role in the current social movement in Yemen Gloria LYNCH.12:15 484 Identity politics and skilled migration: Negotiating social justice issues Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizers: Glenda BONIFACIO. Argentina and Inés TULA. Gloria Jovita GUADARRAMA. Institute of Geography and Statistics. Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. Brazil. INCIHUSA. EL Colegio Mexiquense. Monash University. political and economics construction of migrant care workers Bernadetta SIARA. American Studies. University of Lethbridge. Berkeley. Universidade Federal da Paraíba. Brazil Authors and Papers Maria Salet NOVELLINO. Brazil Contribuições da metodologia feminista e de gênero ao monitoramento e avaliação de políticas públicas no Brasil Claudia ANZORENA. Universidad de Monterrey. USA and Khedija ARFAOUI. United Kingdom Polish women in the British labour market: Experiences of de-skilling and re-skilling Floya ANTHIAS. Conicet. Universidad Nacional de Luján. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. La Marsa. Netherlands Loving carer or skilled worker: The social. Utrecht University. Argentina De las cuotas a la paridad política. Tunisia Governance. Argentina "Las mujeres deciden. el estado garantiza y la sociedad respeta" algo mas que una utopía? Tensiones entre derechos reconocidos y políticas de redistribución 10:45 .Authors and Papers Alejandra MARINES. UAE University. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Mexico and Jussara PRA. un largo recorrido hacia la equidad de género Gessika Cecilia CARVALHO DA SILVA and Eliana MONTEIRO MOREIRA. Argentina Las políticas de igualdad de género en la reforma de la policía de la Provincia de Buenos Aires. CONICET. Brazil Local gender policies in Brazil Cibele CHERON. forms of capital and gender: Transnational mobility and mobilisation Cynthia JOSEPH. USA Gendered exclusion from an unstable state: Guatemala’s domestic worker movement Friday 3 August 09:00 . Argentina Nélida ARCHENTI. Brazil Reducción de las desigualdades de género en el trabajo: Un análisis del ‘programa nacional trabalho e empreendedorismo da mulher’ Katherine MAICH. women. Australia Malaysian immigrant women in Australia: Culture. and the new Tunisia Suaad Zayed AL-ORAIMI.10:30 431 Gender policies in Latin America: A route to social justice? Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizers: Maria Salet FERREIRA NOVELLINO. Australia Authors and Papers Bernhard WEICHT. Roehampton University. University of California. Mexico Defying the Saudi State: Women’s tactics Jane TCHAICHA. Bentley College. education and work  238  . City University London. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Brazil Chair: Breno CYPRIANO. United Kingdom Resources.

UAE University and Nazanin SHAHROKNI. South Africa Group-based activities. India Empowering women through profitable microfinance: A case study of Bandhan 10:45 . USA Producing knowledge for justice? Gender/sexuality studies and the consumption of Arabs and Muslims Nazanin SHAHROKNI. Minho. UC Berkeley.16:00 581 Gender empowerment and microfinance: Theoretical and empirical perspectives Location: 453 {NB} Session Organizer: Bahira Sherif TRASK.12:15 510 The Role of Language in Shaping Gender Justice and Sexual Rights Movements Joint Session RC32 Women in Society RC25 Language and Society (host committee) Location: 32 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . The Ohio State University. UC Berkeley. U. mutual support and poverty relief: Women in microfinance in South Africa  239  . University of South Florida Polytechnic. University of South Africa. LNEG/DINAMIA. Greece and Evaggelia KALERANTE. Indian Institute of Management Calcutta. University of Ghana. University West Macedonia. India Initiating social change through self-help groups: Case studies from Maharashtra Roohi GUPTA. San Francisco State University. USA and Anne PRICE.Chrysanthi ZACHOU. American College of Greece.16:00 580 From subordination to representation: Democratization. Saint Mary's University. Turkey Authors and Papers Katherine MEYER. UAE University and Nilay Cabuk KAYA. USA Ideologies in motion: Gender-segregated buses in Tehran. Ghana Gender empowerment and microfinance: Theoretical and empirical perspectives Veena POONACHA. Greece The impact of economic recession on Albanian female immigrants in Greece Margarida FONTES.14:00 551 RC32 Business Meeting Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizer: Evangelia TASTSOGLOU. University of Delaware. Canada 14:30 . USA Women's political action in the Middle East: Engagement and norms Rabab ABDULHADI. USA Chairs: Suaad Zayed AL-ORAIMI. USA Authors and Papers Stephne HERSELMAN. Ankara University. Portugal Women and foreigners: Understanding the importance of mobility in science careers Nana Akua ANYIDOHO. Iran 12:30 . social justice and empowerment in the Middle East Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizers: Suaad Zayed AL-ORAIMI. Portugal and Emilia ARAUJO. Research Center for Women’s Studies.

Flinders University. Udelar. Bilkent University. Universitat Rovira i Virgili. Middle East Technical University. UC Berkeley.10:30 617 Aging and the care crisis Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizer: Francesca DEGIULI. Germany and Asli Cirakman DEVECI. Humboldt University Berlin. USA Authors and Papers Debra KING.10:30 618 Challenging the logic of neoliberalism: Labor-feminist coalitions and work-family policy campaigns Joint Session RC32 Women in Society RC44 Labor Movements (host committee) Location: 29 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Saturday 4 August 09:00 .14:00 726 Women. Middle Eastern Technical University of Ankara. Australia Whither the migrant workforce in community (in-home) aged care in Australia? Susanne GOETZ. Cornell University. USA Panelists: Gul OZYEGIN. CUNY. Turkey. Institute for Employment Researchm. Turkey Chair: Nazanin SHAHROKNI. Germany Reconciling paid work and care in Germany: Only a women`s matter? Lourdes BENERIA. Germany The European divide: Care politics in Europe Karina BATTHYANY. The College of William and Mary. Turkey  240  . USA.14:30 . leisure and family in the age of transformations Joint Session RC32 Women in Society RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 09:00 . Nationalism and Ethnic Relations Location: 446 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . Gökce YURDAKUL. USA and Maria MARTINEZ-IGLESIAS. University of Frankfurt am Main.12:15 686 The ethics of intersectional politics and the challenges to alliances and coalition building in and outside academe Joint Session RC32 Women in Society (host committee) RC05 Racism. Uruguay Envejecimiento. Ayse SAKTANBER.16:00 603 Women. Spain Economic crisis and elder care system in Spain Helma LUTZ. cuidados y género 10:45 . Islamic piety and social justice: ‘The headscarf ban’ at the intersections of intimate and public democratization Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizer: Dilek CINDOGLU.

Bilkent University.16:00 753 Women. Cameroon Rethinking existing strategies for promoting women’s land rights in Cameroon: Building gender capacity for male actors Linda CHRISTIANSEN-RUFFMAN. Ravenshaw University. The College of William and Mary. HP University. Council for Social Development. India Gender violence in conflict zones: A story from Gadchiroli. Saint Mary's University. University of Buea. India Authors and Papers Sarah SILVA TELLES.16:00 751 Violence. liberty and constitutionalism: A historical and contemporary reflection from Atlantic Canada Veena POONACHA. Brazil Women in poverty: Intergenerational experiences Jef HENDRICKX and Stef ADRIAENSSENS. Saint Mary's University. India and Sattish SHARMA. Canada African immigrant women’s entrepreneurships in Canada as pathway for alleviating poverty: Challenges. honor and the headscarf Leila BENHADJOUDJA. India Authors and Papers Lotsmart FONJONG and Irene SAMA-LANG. liberty and constitutionalism: Feminist perspectives Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Kalpana KANNABIRAN.17:45 768 RC32 Round Table: The shifitng ground of feminist action and analysis Location: 22 {OB} Session Organizers: Vappu TYYSKA. Giridih. Maharashtra 16:15 . University of Saskatchewan. USA Educated gender. Research Center for Women’s Studies. India Women miners of India: Gender wage gap Birendra SUNA. Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies. University College Brussels. Canada Le féminisme islamique : Un contre-public subalterne ? 14:30 .Authors and Papers Gul OZYEGIN. Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro. conflicts and successes Molly CHATTOPADHYAY. Canada Violence. Canada  241  . unattached desires: Muslim pious women’s narratives Ayse SAKTANBER. Turkey The contested boundaries of the patriarchal political culture in Turkey: Women’s reputation. Turkey A paradoxical reconciliation: The headscarf issue as a search for social justice and democratization Dilek CINDOGLU. India Poverty eradication and women’s empowerment: A sociological setting of social capital & self-help groups 14:30 . Belgium Why culture makes a difference: Explaining women’s prostitution by social closure and the traditionalist gender norm Patience ELABOR-IDEMUDIA. Ryerson University. Université du Québec à Montréal. poverty and the struggle for survival Location: 17 {OB} Session Organizers: Anita DASH. Canada and Linda CHRISTIANSEN-RUFFMAN. Middle East Technical University.

Authors and Papers Andreia de LIMA SILVA, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil Territorialidad e idiomas: Diálogos, memorias de la mujer de los movimientos sociales en la política de formación en el contexto de la productividad de la economía de reproducción Rosimeire SILVA, University of Coimbra, Portugal Women in the streets and affections: Revisiting the debate on the “affective turn” in feminist theory Solange SIMOES, Eastern Michigan University, USA Survey methodology and gender political inequality: Are imported questions undermeasuring women’s activism in the global south? Ligaya LINDIO-McGOVERN, Indiana University, USA Conducting international fieldwork: Methodological and ethical issues and their significance in conceptualizing feminist research Per WISSELGREN, Umeå University, Sweden ‘Not too many ladies, but too few men’: On the gendered co-construction of social science and its publics 769 RC32 Round Table: Women in social movements Location: 25 {OB} Session Organizers: Vappu TYYSKA, Ryerson University Canada and Linda CHRISTIANSEN-RUFFMAN, Saint Mary's University, Canada Authors and Papers Elisabeth TUIDER and Miriam TRZECIAK, University of Kassel, Germany El movimiento de mujeres zapatistas – Una perspectiva poscolonial hacia las políticas de inclusión y el concepto de la democratización Sonia JAMES-WILSON, Catalyst Research and Development, USA and Laura JAMES, Laura James Fine Art, USA The nanny series: A postcolonial reading Aline Guizardi DELESPOSTE, Ana Louise CARVALHO FIUZA and Érika AMORIM, Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Brazil

Les femmes em mouviment : La participation politique contre les barrages et par les droits sociaux à la zona da mata de Minas Gerais – BR Danyelle Nilin GONÇALVES, Universidade Federal do Ceará, Brazil Cuidar de la comunidad: La actuación de las promotoras de paz 770 RC32 Round Table: Women, mothers, families Location: 26 {OB} Session Organizers: Vappu TYYSKA, Ryerson University, Canada and Linda CHRISTIANSEN-RUFFMAN, Saint Mary's University, Canada Authors and Papers Esther HERNÁNDEZ-MEDINA, Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic “Take your rosaries out of our ovaries”: Counterhegemony, and the multiplier effects of the Dominican feminist movement Erika VAN ROMPAEY, Universidad de la República del Uruguay, Uruguay El cuidado social y las políticas públicas. Su incidencia en el empleo, la formación y cualificación de las trabajadoras en el cuidado en domicilio de dependientes: El caso barcelonés y montevideano Pilar GONALONS PONS, University of WisconsinMadison, USA Migrants at the service of gender equality, framing the resurgence of paid domestic workers in the EU Elzbieta Anna CZAPKA and Izabela LUCJAN, Marie Curie-Sklodowska University, Poland Socio-economic consequences of professional activity of women. A case of Poland Ana Josefina CUEVAS HERNANDEZ, Universidad de Colima, Mexico Empobrecimiento de la familia tras la ruptura o muerte de la pareja

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RC33

Logic and Methodology in Sociology
Programme Coordinator: Nina BAUR, University of Berlin, Germany

José Mauricio ARGUELLES PEREZ, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Mexico Meaning of work and elderly Glaucia DESTRO DE OLIVEIRA, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil When the old person is the other 32 RC33 Round Table: Epistemology and Research Design Location: 33 {OB} Session Organizer: Godfrey St. BERNARD, The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago Authors and Papers A-chin HSIAU, Institute of Sociology, Taiwan Sociology as social memory: Narrative identity and knowledge construction in the study of “Chinese modernization” in post-war Taiwan Victor VAKHSHTAYN, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Russia Sociologism and sociology: Cognitive styles of sociological explanation 33 RC33 Round Table: ProcessOriented Methodology and Theories in Historical and Comparative Sociology. Part II Location: 27 {OB} Session Organizer: Godfrey St. BERNARD, The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago Authors and Papers Cora ESCOLAR and Silvina FABRI, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Memoria y espacio social. La territorialización de la memoria Tamara GRIGOROWITSCHS, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil El método comparativo de Max Weber: El papel de las tipologías del capitalismo en la comprensión de la economía moderna

Wednesday 1 August
09:00 - 10:30
31 RC33 Round Table: Empirical Methods in Aging Research. Part II Location: 22 {OB} Session Organizer: Godfrey St. BERNARD, The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago Authors and Papers Verónica MONTES DE OCA, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México, and Rogelio SAENZ, University of Texas at San Antonio, USA Salud, envejecimiento y migración Mexico-Estados Unidos: Una aproximación desde el curso de vida {*} Sanjukta DAS, Kendrapara Autonomous College, India Successful aging: A socio psychological prospective Patrick KUTSCHAR, Barbara MITTERLEHNER, Cornelia KRÜGER, Jürgen OSTERBRINK and Marco HUFNAGEL, Paracelsus Medical University, Austria Screening of the cognitive state as an important precondition of empirical research among older populations Elisabet CEDERSUND, Linköping University, Sweden Discursive positioning in everyday encounters in elder care Elena DEL BARRIO, Unai DIAZ-ORUETA, Mayte SANCHO, Javier YANGUAS and Elena URDANETA, Ingema-San Sebastián, Spain Un acercamiento al fenómeno housing a través de metodología cualitativa y cuantitativa {*}

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José Antônio SILVA JUNIOR, Brazil La problemática en los estudios sociológicos de la democracia. Estudio comparativo sobre la democracia en Brasil y México Gonzalo SEID, Universidad de Buenos Aires - Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani, Argentina Reflexiones metodológicas sobre imágenes de clases sociales {*} Adriana GARCIA ANDRADE, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico Una mirada más compleja del amor: Niveles analíticos y métodos específicos / Love as a scientific object: Analytical levels and specific methods {*} Márcia FRAGA SAMPAIO and Edna CHERNICHARO, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Memoria cultural: Guardiães da história e de tradições comunidade da mangueira-RJ 34 RC33 Round Table: Qualitative Methods in the Sociology of Religion. Part III Location: 28 {OB} Session Organizer: Godfrey St. BERNARD, The University of the West Indies Authors and Papers Celia ARRIBAS, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil Creencias biografiadas: Reflexiones metodológicas sobre la pluralización confesional en Brasil Miguel ALGRANTI, CAEA-CONICET, Argentina Memoria e identidad religiosa Azucena REYES SUAREZ, and Leandro Ezequiel POTASCHNER, UNCuyo, Argentina Tensiones y negociaciones entre religión y política: El caso de la educación sexual en las escuelas en la provincia de Mendoza

12:30 - 14:00
96 Process-Oriented Methodology and Theories in Historical and Comparative Sociology Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology (host committee) Location: 31 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 116 Empirical Methods in Aging Research 1 Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging Location: 24 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions

Thursday 2 August
09:00 - 10:30
209 Ethnography Location: 24 {OB} Session Organizers: Grit PETSCHICK and Robert J. SCHMIDT, Technical University Berlin, Germany Authors and Papers Cecile VERMOT, Université Paris Descartes, France Fieldwork’s praxis, production of data and interpretation: A case study of anger and nostalgia Liliia ZEMNUKHOVA, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Service, Russia Human-computer interaction: Between sociological theory and ethnographic data Rachel GONG, Stanford University, USA TWOP forums: Taking the pulse of an online community René TUMA, Technical University Berlin, Germany Ethnography of interpretation
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Pavel STEPANTSOV, The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Russia Methodological issues with interpretative comprehension of social actions: Analyzing interaction with contemporary art objects

10:45 - 12:15
480 Experimental Sociology Location: 24 {OB} Session Organizer: Klarita GËRXHANI, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands Authors and Papers Arthur SCHRAM, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands and Gary CHARNESS, University of California at Santa Barbara, USA Social and moral norms in the laboratory Klarita GERXHANI, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, Jordi BRANDTS, Universitat de Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain and Arthur SCHRAM, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands The emergence of social structure: Employer information networks in an experimental labor market Mariano SANA, Vanderbilt University, USA, Alexander WEINREB, University of Texas at Austin, USA and Guy STECKLOV, Hebrew University, Israel Testing social theory with a survey experiment: Simmel’s stranger and social distance Karmo KROOS, Tallinn University, Estonia Crucial case study of case studies Stefan DEISSLER, University of Göttingen, Germany Explaining the survival of guerrilla organizations: The pros and cons of virtual experiments {*}

12:30 - 14:00
317 Videography and the Analysis of Visual Knowledge and Culture Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC14 Sociology of Communication, Knowledge and Culture Location: 24 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions

16:15 - 17:45
393 Methodology and its Role in Interrogating Social and Demographic Dynamics Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC41 Sociology of Population Location: 24 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions

12:30 - 14:00

Friday 3 August
09:00 - 10:30
443 Qualitative Methods in the Sociology of Religion. Part I Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC22 Sociology of Religion Location: 24 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions

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Organizations and Mixed Methods. Possibilities and Requirements of a Meso-Level Sociology Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC17 Sociology of Organization Location: 24 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions

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Saturday 4 August
09:00 - 10:30
638 Qualitative Methods in the Sociology of Religion. Part II Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC22 Sociology of Religion Location: 24 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions

Natàlia CANTO-MILA and Francesc NUÑEZ, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya/UOC, Spain The communication of the invisible – The grounded theory and autobiographic interviews as a way for exploring the field of emotions

12:30 - 14:00
709 Methods for the Sociological Analysis of Affect and Emotion 2 Location: 24 {OB} Session Organizers and Chairs: Regine HERBRIK, Technical University Berlin, Germany and Stefan HÖHNE, Humboldt Universität Berlin, Germany Authors and Papers Alice POMA, EEHA-CSIC, Sevilla, Spain and Tommaso GRAVANTE, Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain The role of emotions in protest. A proposal of analysis Wijbrandt VAN SCHUUR, University of Groningen, Netherlands An ordinal IRT model for the circular analysis of affect and emotions Jens AMBRASAT and Gesche SCHAUENBURG, Free University Berlin, Germany Large scale data for analyzing sentiments of subcultures

10:45 - 12:15
669 Methods for the Sociological Analysis of Affect and Emotion 1 Location: 24 {OB} Session Organizers: Regine HERBRIK, Technical University Berlin, Germany and Christian von SCHEVE, Free University Berlin, Germany Chairs: Gesche SCHAUENBURG, Free University Berlin, Germany and Sonja FÜCKER, Free University Berlin, Germany Authors and Papers Mary HOLMES, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia Feeling your way: Exploring emotional reflexivity in joint interviews with couples in distance relationships Gabrielle LE BIHAN, Loïc DESCHAMPS, Charles LENAY and Dominique AUBERT, TSH, Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France Remote communication of emotions through a tactile device Stefan HOEHNE, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany The outraged passenger – Complaint letters as sources for sociology of emotions Deborah GOULD, University of California Santa Cruz, USAG When your data make you cry: Feelings in research

14:30 - 16:00
732 Analyzing Communities on the Internet Location: 24 {OB} Session Organizers and Chairs: Melanie WENZEL, Technical University Berlin, Germany and Andreas PETROVAJIA, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Authors and Papers Vivien SOMMER, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany Personal and collective memory making in the World Wide Web – History from below?

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Elson MENEGAZZO, State University of Campinas, Brazil Dissolving interviews into conversations: Participating in the everyday life of international migrants Mirko ANTINO, Stefano DE MARCO and José Manuel ROBLES, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain Assesing a measurement model for digital political participation {*}

RC34

Sociology of Youth
Programme Coordinators: James COTE, University of Western Ontario, Canada; Ani WIERENGA, University of Melbourne, Australia and Howard WILLIAMSON, University of Glamorgan, United Kingdom

16:15 - 17:45
765 Methods for Sociology of Memory (Spanish Language Session) Location: 24 {OB} Session Organizers: Alejandro BAER and Bernt SCHNETTLER, Bayreuth University, Germany Authors and Papers Natalia CROCCO, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina El análisis crítico del discurso como herramienta de investigación en los estudios de memoria Luciana MESSINA, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina La práctica testimonial sobre la experiencia concentracionaria en Argentina Cora ESCOLAR and Silvina FABRI, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Memoria y espacio social. La territorialización de la memoria Dolores SAN JULIAN, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Formas de interpelación sobre el pasado reciente: El "día nacional de la memoria" en el ex centro clandestino de detención mansión Seré-Atila Antar MARTÍNEZ GUZMAN, Universidad de Colima, Mexico La perspectiva narrativa en la investigación social sobre identidad {*}

Wednesday 1 August
09:00 - 10:30
22 New Alliances among the Young: Political Action, Citizenship, and Engagement Location: 448 {NB} Session Organizer: Howard WILLIAMSON, University of Glamorgan Chair: Ani WIERENGA, University of Melbourne Authors and Papers Anna-Britt COE, Isabel GOICOLEA and Ann ÖHMAN, Umeå University, Sweden How do gender hierarchies matter for young people’s political action? Youth activism on sexual health in Ecuador and Peru Darcie VANDEGRIFT, Drake University, USA Captain America and Simón Bolivar: Symbolic boundaries and political subjectivity in Venezuelan young adult interviews Marina CAMPUSANO, UNNE, Argentina Comunicación comunitaria y juventud: ¿Reconfiguraciones del ser joven? Celeste GOMEZ ROMERO, Observatorio de Juventud, Paraguay and Anibal CABRERA ECHEVERRIA, Paraguay Educa, Paraguay Political culture of rural young people in Misiones, Paraguay

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Miriam KRIGER, CONICET-UBA-FLACSO, Argentina Modelos de ciudadanía y su rol en la construcción política de la nación, como proyecto común: Un análisis de las representaciones de jóvenes egresantes del sistema escolar (Ciudad de Buenos Aires y Conurbano Bonarense, 2010-11) Mariela EDELSTEIN, Universidad nacional de Córdoba, Argentina Lelikelen, una experiencia de identidad colectiva y nuevas oportunidades {*} Alexia MASSHOLDER, CONICET-UBA, Argentina El surgimiento de la revista pasado y presente. Una mirada desde lo generacional {*}

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RC34 Round Table: Efectos de las características y cambios de la economia sobre el empleo juvenil / Effects of economy changes on youth employment Location: 25 {OB} Session Organizer: Rosa María CAMARENA-CÓRDOVA, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Authors and Papers Verónica ARDENGHI, Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain Jóvenes y trabajo en la España de la crisis: Entre el desempleo y la precariedad laboral María Isabel DOMÍNGUEZ GARCÍA, Centro de Investigaciones Psicológicas y Sociológicas (CIPS), Cuba Juventud-trabajo en el caso cubano. Impactos del reordenamiento económico actual Juan Ignacio BONFIGLIO, Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Efectos del cambio estructural sobre las trayectorias ocupacionales de jóvenes de sectores populares en la Argentina de fines de siglo XX 77 RC34 Round Table: Nuevos fenomenos laborales en un mundo globalizado / New labour phenomena in a globalized world Location: 26 {OB} Session Organizer: Ada FREYTES FREY, University of Avellaneda, Argentina Authors and Papers Minori MATSUTANI, Kyoto University, Japan Career building in the process of migration: Contemporary Japanese youth emigrants to China Anjali BHATIA, University of Delhi, India Constitution of youth in fast food culture: An inquiry into global-local dynamics in contemporary India Maritza URTEAGA, Escuela Nacional de Antropologia e Historia,Mexico Creatividad y emprendimiento juvenil en la ciudad de México

10:45 - 12:15
75 RC34 Round Table: Desigualdades y precariedades en las trayectorias laborales / Inequalities and precariousness in employment trajectories Location: 22 {OB} Session Organizer: Claudia JACINTO, CONICET/IDES, Argentina Authors and Papers Dan WOODMAN, University of Melbourne, Australia The young precariat: How the rise of precarious employment is reshaping youth inequality Pablo Ernesto PEREZ and Mariana BUSSO, CEILPIETTE/CONICET, Argentina Los jóvenes argentinos y la "imprevisibilidad" de sus trayectorias laborales Maria Carla CORROCHANO, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brazil Searching for a “true work”: The paths and projects of the poor youth at São Paulo Patricia VENDRAMIN, Fondation Travail-Université, Belgium Generations at work and social cohesion Alicia KOSSOY, Ministerio de Trabajo, Argentina Formas identitarias de la precariedad: El trabajo de los jóvenes de clases populares

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Satoshi IDO, Aichi Prefectural University, Japan Social function as intermediate group of leisure service industry in local community in a Japanese mountain village 78 RC34 Round Table: Políticas de formación laboral y de empleo juvenil / Youth employment and training policies Location: 26 {OB} Session Organizer: Ana MIRANDA, FLACSO, Argentina Authors and Papers Steven Sek-yum NGAI, Ngan-pun NGAI, Chinese University of Hong Kong and Chau-kiu CHEUNG, City University of Hong Kong Pathways from school to work: Can service participation and social capital improve developmental outcomes of economically disadvantaged youth? Chin-Chun YI, Ming-Yi CHANG, Academia Sinica, Taiwan and Gang-Hua FAN, Shih-Hsin University, Taiwan The effect of educational and occupation status on adolescent depressive trajectories in Taiwan Mikito TERACHI, University of Tokyo, Japan Self-development and plurality of self for Japanese youths: An analysis of undergraduate students from a perspective of interpersonal skill gap Dr. Franziska SCHREYER, Institute for Employment Research, Germany Activation without work? The sanctioning of jobless youth by employment services in Germany Verónica MILLENAAR, UNGS-IDES, Buenos Aires, Argentina ¿Profesionalización, orientación o acercamiento al trabajo? Incidencias de la formación profesional en las trayectorias laborales de mujeres jóvenes de bajos recursos

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RC34 Round Table: Subjetividades, representaciones sociales y sentidos del trabajo / Subjectivities, labour representations and meanings Location: 33 {OB} Session Organizer: María Eugenia LONGO, LEST-CNRS, France

Authors and Papers Fabiana ESPÍNDOLA, El Colegio de México, Mexico Jóvenes y trabajo: ¿De la aleatoriedad al distanciamiento? María Eugenia LONGO, LEST-CNRS, France Singularización, heterogeneización y desigualdad: El peso de las disposiciones laborales en la diferenciación de las trayectorias de jóvenes Charles dos SANTOS, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brazil Juventud y trabajo en la agroindustria cañaviera de Alagoas (Brasil) Sampson BLAIR, the State University of New York, USA Adolescents’ occupational aspirations: The changing nature of family and individual influence Camila DELEO, Marina ADAMINI and Julieta LONGO, CONICET, Argentina Trayectorias laborales y sentidos del trabajo: Repercusiones de la precariedad laboral en la valoración del trabajo de los jóvenes

12:30 - 14:00
119 Itinerary of research on youth studies in Argentina: Key analysis, perspectives and interdisciplinary views Location: 448 {NB} Chairs: Pedro NUNEZ, FLACSO-CONICET, Argentina and Carles FEIXA, University of Lleida, Spain Discussant: Melina VAZQUEZ, Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani FSOC-UBA, Argentina

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Brazil El género de la “delincuencia” {*} Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Brazil. University of Guadalajara. and youth Location: 448 {NB} Session Organizer: Vinod CHANDRA. GEIAIIGG-UBA. adolescencia e infancia en Argentina a partir de la recuperación de la democracia Eduardo GEORJÃO FERNANDES. Argentina Balance crítico y perspectivas acerca de los estudios sobre juventudes y participación política en la Argentina (1960-2010) Mariana CHAVES. IIGG CONICET. India Authors and Papers Sandra FACHELLI and Jordi PLANAS. Universidades Anhanguera/ UNIBAN. Brazil Juvenile justice in Brazil Maria Guadalupe VEGA-LOPEZ and Guillermo Julian GONZALEZ-PEREZ. policing and access to justice Location: 448 {NB} Session Organizer: Arturo ALVARADO. Germany Effects of tuition fees and socioeconomic background on the educational decision for higher education Smita VERMA. Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul. El Colegio de México. Brazil. Lucknow.Authors and Papers Pablo VOMMARO. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Argentina La configuración del campo de estudios sobre juventud. México Authors and Papers Julia PASIN. Mariana GARCIA. How does the crisis affect employability insertion of university graduates in a context of high youth unemployment? Hans DIETRICH. Univerisdade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Autonomous University of Barcelona. Argentina Articulaciones entre género. CONICET-UNLP-UNTREF. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Fabiane SIMIONI. Mexico Bullying at secondary school: analyzing the profile of the aggressor Luciene JIMENEZ. Brazil “Subtle” violence: Young people’s interactions in peer groups at school 216 Mass higher education. CONICET/IIEGE-FILO-UBA.10:30 14:30 .16:00 164 Juvenile violence. Arthur AMARAL REIS. Isabella Thoburn College. University of Lucknow. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. IIGG-UBA/CONICET/CLACSO. employment opportunities. sexualidad y edad en los estudios de juventud: Presupuestos ideológicos y operaciones de la crítica Silvia GUEMUREMAN and Mariela MACRI. Eduardo GUTIERREZ CORNELIUS and Cássio ROCHA DE MACEDO. India Women in higher education in globalized India: The travails of inclusiveness and social equality  250  . Institue for employment research. Mexico Youth studying at a public university: Perceptions and experiences of violence Suzana Santos LIBARDI and Lucia Rabello de CASTRO. Argentina Prevención social del delito orientada a jóvenes en la ciudad de Buenos Aires Noemi EHRENFELD LENKIEWICZ. Mariana CHIES SANTOS. Spain. Argentina A 6 años del informe "investigaciones sobre juventudes en Argentina: Estado del arte en ciencias sociales" (2006): Trayectorias de investigación y emergencia de un campo de estudios Silvia ELIZALDE.

Universidad de Buenos Aires. place and identity Location: 22 {OB} Session Organizer: Natalia WAECHTER. Victoria FARINA. Université Sorbonne Nouvelle. employment opportunities and youth {*} Wivian WELLER. Argentina. public benefit: Comparison of soviet and post-soviet youth cohorts {*} René BENDIT. India Mass higher education. Colombia Ampliación de sentidos sobre las prácticas políticas de los jóvenes vinculados a siete movimientos sociales en Colombia: Jóvenes performando lo político. María Camila OSPINA ALVARADO and Jhoana PATIÑO LOPEZ. Mariana GONZALEZ.CINDE-U. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. FLACSO. University of Brasilia. Brazil Education. Ana Clara CAMAROTTI. Part I Location: 25 {OB} Session Organizer: Mariana CHAVES.Sarah PICKARD. Australia Young people. Spain Social geographies: Identity construction among young people in peripheral neighbourhoods of Barcelona 265 RC34 Round Table: Identity construction processes between individualization and collective experiences. Universidade Federal de São Carlos. Brazil {*} Ieva KARKLINA. CONICET-UNLP-UNTREF Authors and Papers Pablo Francisco DI LEO. María Cecilia TOURIS. Sweden The symbolic power of class: Individualisation and young working-class identities Nadia HAKIM. Denmark Youth and culture in late modern Europe Elias LE GRAND. Natalia Laura GONZALEZ. Argentina Identidades. María Soledad VÁZQUEZ and Alejandro Marcelo VILLA. Austria Authors and Papers Johanna WYN and Hernan CUERVO. Paraguay El cuerpo como manifestación política de las culturas juveniles Sara Victoria ALVARADO SALGADO. Sri Lanka Higher education. Borås. University of Colombo. Institute for Advanced Studies. University of Latvia. Ana MIRANDA and Agustina CORICA. Héctor Fabio OSPINA SERNA. The University of Melbourne. Copenhagen University. Centro de estudios avanzados en niñez y juventud. Open University of Catalonia.12:15 264 RC34 Round Table: Class. Aleksandrs ALEKSANDROVS and Ilze KOROLEVA. construcción social de identidad y subjetividad 10:45 . place and identity: Young Australians in relation to rural settings  251  . Martín GÜELMAN. soportes y experiencias biográficas: Heterogeneidades y regularidades en los procesos de individuación de jóvenes en barrios marginalizados del área metropolitana de Buenos Aires Pedro BRAVO REINOSO. France The democratisation of higher education in England and France: Greater and wider participation? Siri HETTIGE. Helle ANDERSEN and Torben BECHMANN JENSEN. work and youth: Research and public policies in Brazil {*} Sven MOERCH. Sebastián Ezequiel SUSTAS. Latvia Occupational choice for personal vs. Brazil Academic experiences and plans for the future of young black women of low income families at the University of Brasilia. youth unemployment and social justice in Sri Lanka Arvind Narayan MISHRA. Youth transitions to adulthood in a globalized world: High-school graduates itineraries in Argentina 10 years later {*} Maria Carla CORROCHANO. Swedish School of Textiles. Romina RAMÍREZ. Government of Uttar Pradesh. Pablo Daniel BORDA. Colectivo Internacional de Pensamiento y Prácticas de Infancia y Juventudes.

Universidad de Buenos Aires. Brazil and Elmir ALMEIDA. difference and resistance: Conceptualising second generation youth identity(s) and experience(s) Ana Karina BRENNER. Brazil Youth participation as an individuation and socialization experience: Rebuilding identity Ranmalie JAYASINHA. Australia Multiple sources of belonging. Argentina Identidad social de jovenes suburbanos de clases populares en Argentina 266 RC34 Round Table: Identity construction processes between individualization and collective experiences. Canada Scales of community and solidarity in the global age: Le role of collective activism in shaping identities among (national minority) youth Aletta DIEFENBACH. Tokyo Gakugei University. La construcción de la identidad b-boy Irapuan Peixoto LIMA FILHO. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Ministerio de Trabajo. Institut national de la recherche scientifique. Argentina Authors and Papers Jens Lunnan HJORT. Brazil Lifestyle and social networks in the Brazil’s rock and roll fans 267 RC34 Round Table: Identity. Brazil Usos de las tecnologías digitales y construcción de identidades colectivas por grupos de jóvenes de São Paulo Alicia KOSSOY. Universidade Federal Fluminense. CONICET y Universidad de Buenos Aires. Australia and Joanne TRAVAGLIA. Universidade Estadual do Ceará. Freie Universität Berlin. FLACSOCONICET. Japan Multiple selves and identity capital among Japanese university students 268 RC34 Round Table: Youth activism and resistance in the process of identity construction Location: 33 {OB} Session Organizer: Ada FREYTES FREY. Portugal "Nosotros somos una familia". Universidade de São Paulo. Juarez DAYRELL. University of Oslo.Rita Alves OLIVEIRA. Brazil Sociability. Muslim and German: Precarious identity constructions and the need for communal belonging Jamile GUIMARAES. Germany Young. University of Avellaneda. Canada “Subgenrification” as a cultural strategy Tomohiko ASANO. Brazil. Universidade Federal da Bahia. Brazil Youth activism in political parties: A case study with university students  252  . Argentina Procesos de construcción de subjetividades juveniles en comunidades evangélico-pentecostales en el Área metropolitana de Buenos Aires Otavio RAPOSO CIES-ISCTE/IUL. Part II Location: 26 {OB} Session Organizer: Julieta INFANTINO. Argentina Authors and Papers Paulo CARRANO. Université du Québec à Montréal. University of New South Wales. Norway Young people’s assessments of factors for doing well in life: A comparative examination of Norwegian and British youth survey data Sylvain MARTET. leisure and development of lifestyles of young people in contemporary Brazilian reality Mariela MOSQUEIRA. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. education and resistance Location: 26 {OB} Session Organizer: Pedro NUNEZ. Argentina Authors and Papers Nicole GALLANT. University of New South Wales. Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo.

Finnish Youth Research Society. UBA/ CONICET/UADER. Scotland Defending your people: The role of street gangs in maintaining the integrity of economically deprived communities Maurice DEVLIN. Drake University. for. Spain Chair: Carmen LECCARDI. Brazil Generations relationships in the periphery of São Paulo 14:30 . Universidad Iberoamericana. University of Strathclyde. public care and custody Location: 448 {NB} Chair: Trudi COOPER. Una aproximación a las acciones y relatos de ciudadanía de jóvenes escolarizados de CABA y conurbano 16:15 .12:30 . Finland Young people’s aspirations in the context of intergenerational relations Gilberto GERIBOLA MORENO. National University of Ireland. University of Lleida. Circe MONTEIRO and Antonio ROAZZI. Brasil Criminal experiences of youth: Investigating reasons and sentiments of young offenders {*} Maria ALEU. Latvia Social and vocational integration of youth leaving residential care Hugo César MORENO HERNANDEZ. Ireland Trends and tensions in the professionalization of youth work Michael HEATHFIELD. Finland and Sakari KARVONEN. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco-UFPE. Argentina and Hernán FERNANDEZ-CID. Edith Cowan University. Harold Washington College. University of Milan-Biococca. Australia and Carles FEIXA.16:00 331 Citizenship and in/exclusion Location: 448 {NB} Session Organizer: Darcie VANDERGRIFT. De la identificación del "ciudadano ideal" a la propuesta de acción. CONICET-FLACSO. USA Chicago voices: Youth workers struggling with schooling and welfare Maximiliano CARNEIRO-DA-CUNHA. Argentina Los vínculos emocionales de respeto desde la perspectiva de los estudiantes de escuelas secundarias {*} Authors and Papers Paola CARRIEL and Rodrigo Reis NAVARRO. Mexico Desigualdad social: Un reto para el desarrollo ciudadano de los jóvenes montevideanos Miriam KRIGER. Italy Authors and Papers Pam NILAN. USA  253  . University of Latvia. Universidade de São Paulo. CONICET-UBA-FLACSO. University of Newcastle. Argentina Los jóvenes y la construcción de identidad ciudadana. FLACSO. and through young people: Community.14:00 321 Working with. Mexico Pandillas. University of Melbourne. Australia Intergenerational family relations and career choice of young people in Indonesia Sanna AALTONEN. estado penal y desciudadanización Sinead GORMALLY. Brazil Majority age and exclusion of poor youth in Brazil Marcela Alejandra PAIS ANDRADE. Argentina Jóvenes ciudadanxs y derechos culturales Fabiana ESPÍNDOLA. Universidade Federal do Paraná. National Institute for Health and Welfare. El Colegio de México. Australia Authors and Papers Ilze TRAPENCIERE.17:45 387 Generations and intergenerational relationships in the global age Location: 448 {NB} Session Organizers: Dan WOODMAN.

University of Latvia Authors and Papers Natalia WAECHTER. Universidad de la República. Germany Youth in Kyrgyzstan – Structures. University of Melbourne Chair: Airi-Alina ALLASTE. tensions {*} Rene UNDA. UPS-CLACSO. Australia Growing up after the GFC: Untimely re-imaginings of identity. University of Wuppertal. European identity and european participation of youth in the eastern EU border region Inta MIERINA. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Poland and Ritma RUNGULE. USA Introduction to keywords in youth studies Carles FEIXA. democracy and enterprise Sandra WOLANSKI. Uruguay Transiciones a la vida adulta en Uruguay: Fractura múltiple expuesta {*} Friday 3 August 09:00 . orientations.14:00 565 Youth cultures and new social movements in the context of the digital revolution Location: 448 {NB} Session Organizer: Dan WOODMAN. Austria Ethnic identity. changements et continuités {*} 10:45 . Latvia Youth and political alienation in post-communist countries Grey MAGAIZA. Argentina “Cambios": Un análisis de las relaciones intergeneracionales en torno al rugby y la escuela privada {*} Marilena NAKANO.12:15 517 Young people as actors of development in transitional countries: Ethnic majority and minority youth Location: 448 {NB} Chair: Ilze KOROLEVA. Columbia University Authors and Papers Susan TALBURT. Argentina Entre jóvenes transformadores y militantes históricos: Generaciones y práctica gremial entre los trabajadores/as telefónicos de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires Sebastian FUENTES. Deakin University. Centro Universitário Fundação Santo André. Columbia University. Colombia Subcultures Nancy LESKO. Tallinn University  254  . South Africa Social entrepreneurship as an inclusive youth development strategy in South Africa Doris BUEHLER-NIEDERBERGER and Jessica SCHWITTEK. Institute for Advanced Studies. University of Lleida. Maria Elena VILLAR E VILLAR and Vanderlei MARIANO. CONICET/FLACSO/Untref. Spain Leisure Martha MARIN. Ecuador Acción colectiva juvenil y transición democrática en el Ecuador: Formas asociativas juveniles en el gobierno de la “revolución ciudadana” {*} Veronica FILARDO. USA Enchantment in youth studies 12:30 . Rîga Stradin ‚š University.Peter KELLY.10:30 435 Keywords in youth studies Location: 448 {NB} Session Organizer: Nancy LESKO. University of Warsaw. Brazil Jeunes travailleurs universitaires : D’une génération à l’autre. Georgia State University.

South Africa Towards social justice and democracy: Unraveling South African youth in the education and labour market systems 14:30 . France Authors and Papers Charlotte FABIANSSON. University of Liverpool.0 driven generation Kate TILLECZEK and Ron SRIGLEY. Russia The influence of the mass media on youth socialization in modern society: The case of Russia {*} José Antonio TREJO SANCHEZ.Authors and Papers Sandra RODRIGUEZ. Canada Technology’s paradox: Theorizing digital media and young lives Luke GOODE. Estonia Deviant or distinctive subcultures? Translocal subcultural trends in eastern european context {*} Ken ROBERTS. China Authors and Papers Ishwar MODI. Australia Ethnic young people’s experiences of feeling valued and safe in a multicultural cosmopolitan society Nicole GALLANT Institut national de la recherche scientifique. Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México.12:15 673 Priorities in youth studies in the BRICS countries: Changes and challenges for the future Location: 448 {NB} Session Organizer: Tom DWYER. Victoria University. Montreal. University of Prince Edward Island. UFSM. Japan Anxiety for marriage among Japanese youth {*} Saturday 4 August 10:45 . United Kingdom Youth cultures and social change {*} Silvia Victoria VALENCIA. Brazil Rap en Santa Maria (Brasil): Hacia una comprensión contextual del habitus del hip-hop {*} Airi-Alina ALLASTE. Indian Sociological Society. New Zealand Pirate politics and digital ethics Joaquín LINNE and Diego BASILE. India Youth in India: Aspirations and Challenges Jay GOVENDER. Hirosaki University. Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Argentina Usos de las netbooks estatales en jóvenes adolescentes de sectores populares Natalia GARRIDO. Brazil Discussant: Peilin LI.16:00 605 Youth cultures from a cosmopolitan perspective Location: 448 {NB} Session Organizer: Vincenzo CICCHELLI. University of Campinas. University of Montreal. Italy Transnational youth subcultures as pathways to cosmopolitan openness Steve THREADGOLD. Gemass. Generations and intergenerational relationships in the global age. Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. Canada Catching youth’s drift: Understanding collective action among a Web 2. Colombia Música e indumentaria. Argentina Youth socio-political participation in Buenos Aires and São Paulo. Mexico Rebeldes del Maguey: Rituales de interacción en el punk toluqueño Vinícius TEIXEIRA PINTO. Australia Cosmopolitan class? Cruise ship training and employment in south East Asia the transnational relationally of class inequality  255  . Canada and Michele ALTOMONTE. Università di Torino. University of Newcastle. UBA-CONICET. Public space and use of ICT Natalya KOMAROVA. University of Auckland. UBA-IIGG. formas de relación juvenil {*} Ichiyo HABUCHI. Tallinn University.

United Kingdom Authors and Papers Amana MATTOS. Brazil Contemporary perspectives of Brazilian youth sociology 14:30 . China Expansion of high education and equalization of educational attainment in China Tom DWYER. Australia Chair: Howard WILLIAMSON. Russia A review of major themes and questions in youth studies in post-reform Russia Chunling LI.Mikhail GORSHKOV. Canada “It’s the Political Economy. Brazil Sexuality as a citizenship right: Social participation in young homossexuals’ mentality change Hernan CUERVO. Institute of Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences.17:45 771 RC34 Business Meeting Location: 448 {NB} Chair: James COTE. democratic practice. University of Western Ontario. Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.16:00 746 Special session on the Forum theme: Are the available youth sociology discourses adequate to capture the biggest questions of our time? Where are we going. and learning for global citizenship 16:15 . Australia From egalitarianism to meritocracy: The spatial metamorphosis of social justice in youth transition to adulthood Ani WIERENGA. University of Western Ontario. University of Melbourne. ------!” Breitner TAVARES. Australia The future. Brazil Meanings of freedom for young people: Tensions between individual and collective life Jamile GUIMARAES. Austrlia Chair: Howard WILLIAMSON. University of Glamorgan. University of Campinas. University of Alagoas.14:00 712 Open session on the Forum theme: Social justice and democratization Location: 448 {NB} Session Organizer: Ani WIERENGA. University of Melbourne. what are we missing? Location: 448 {NB} Session Organizer: Ani WIERENGA. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. University of Melbourne. Universidade Federal da Bahia. United Kingdom Authors and Papers James COTE. Canada  256  . University of Melbourne. Brazil Sociology of youth: From deviant youth to the youth’s contemporary protagonism 12:30 . University of Glamorgan.

Argentina La "comunidad" como categoría de interpretación de las luchas por el territorio en la Argentina contemporánea  257  . Argentina The community of society: Some notes on the ubiquity of the notion of community in the theory of society of Niklas Luhmann {*} 10:45 . racionalidades y redes de significación en un cuadro de modernidades y culturas múltiples Daniela SANT’ANA. Brazil. Argentina Authors and Papers Daniel ALVARO. Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo.12:15 61 Epistemological challenges presented by the experience of modernity in non-Western contexts 1 Location: 443 {NB} Session Organizer: Sergio TAVOLARO.10:30 9 Community: A Key Sociological Concept Location: 443 {NB} Session Organizers: Pablo DE MARINIS. Argentina Notes for a sociological theory of community (Analyzing the dimensions of an endless discussion) Gabriel LICEAGA. Universidade Federal do Paraná. Germany Mariano SASIN. (2)National Counsel of Technological and Scientific Development. (3)Pontifical Catholic University at Porto Alegre. University of Jena. Brazil. UBA/CONICET/Paris 8. University of Brasília. Brazil Limits of the new social movements theory to comprehend the environmentalism of the poor: A brief tematic overlook Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . University of Buenos Aires. Brazil Critical note on citizenship in Brazil Emil Albert SOBOTTKA1. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani-Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina Co-Chair: Ana Lucía GRONDONA. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. (1)Pontifical Catholic Universyty at Porto Alegre. Argentina and Alejandro BIALAKOWSKY. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. UNICAMP. José Edmilson SOUZA-LIMA and Dimas FLORIANI. Brazil Actores. Argentina El concepto moderno de comunidad Paulina Perla ARONSON. Argentina Chair: Victoria HAIDAR. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Universidad de Buenos Aires.2. Buenos Aires. Maria Eduarda OTA3 and João Carlos BASSANI3. Mexico Authors and Papers Josué SILVA. CONICET. Brazil Chair: Oliver KOZLAREK.RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis Programme Coordinator: David STRECKER. Brazil From the individual feelings of injustice to the collective struggles: Challenges to the theory of recognition Dimas FLORIANI. Universidade Federal do Paraná. Argentina La complementariedad entre comunidad y sociedad según Weber Pablo DE MARINIS and Alejandro BIALAKOWSKY.

Germany and Resarch Committee on Political Power Ipsa RC 36 Chair: Craig BROWNE. Gallen. EBERLE. Brazil and Daniela LOPEZ.14:00 293 Epistemological challenges presented by the experience of modernity in non-Western contexts 2 Location: 443 {NB} Session Organizer: Sergio TAVOLARO. Russia Hybrid subjectivity and understanding of social action: On the phenomenology of ambivalence Jochen DREHER. relevance and the constitution of social justice David STRECKER. University of Sydney. Hermilio SANTOS. University of Konstanz.16:00 352 Postcolonialism and decoloniality: A dialogue Location: 443 {NB} Session Organizer: Gurminder BHAMBRA. Australia Authors and Papers Claudia MARTINEZ MULLEN. United Kingdom Chair: John HOLMWOOD. University of Brasília Chair: Sergio TAVOLARO. National Research UniversityHigher School of Economics. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Singapore Challenges of global modernity Raewyn CONNELL and Nour DADOS. Argentina Authors and Papers Thomas S. University of Warwick. University of Jena. University of St. United Kingdom  258  . Germany “Power and violence are opposites”: Reflections on a self-delusion of political thought in light of slavery André DRUMOND. Brazil Unimagined modernities. Japan An alternative way to inquire into social justice Nikita KHARLAMOV. South Africa Neo-liberal structural powers within the workplace: Workers or slaves? 14:30 . SCHMIDT. Switzerland. Argentina Chair: Daniela LOPEZ.12:15 262 Power and slavery Location: 443 {NB} Session Organizers: David STRECKER. Rhodes University. Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Rio Grande do Sul. University of Jena. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Freie Universität Berlin. Switzerland Social justice and the implications of actors’ subjective perspectives Hisashi NASU. National University of Singapore. University of Brasília Authors and Papers Volker H. University of Sydney. Germany Which sociology? Exploring “non-western” interferences Cláudio COSTA PINHEIRO. Germany.12:30 .14:00 136 Subjectivity. symbolic power and social justice Location: 443 {NB} Session Organizers: Jochen DREHER. Germany Subjectivity. Getulio Vargas Foundation. Waseda University. Australia Theories of market society on a world scale Sergio COSTA. University of Nottingham. University of Konstanz. Rabindranath Tagore posthumous writings and other forms of Brazilian post-colonial imagination regarding India Thursday 2 August 10:45 . Brazil Monarchy and slavery in the political thought of Castro Alves 12:30 .

Germany Chair: Robert HASSAN. University of Jena.Authors and Papers Gurminder BHAMBRA. nation. Germany The role of globalization in cultural industries: The case of commemoration María Aurora ROMERO and Juan Pablo GONNET. University of Heidelberg. University of Milan-Biococca. SCHMIDT. Freie Universität Berlin. Brazil Representation and equality in contemporary theories of democracy Craig BROWNE. University of Sydney. United Kingdom Postcolonialism and decoloniality: A dialogue Sujata PATEL. transnational solidarities Lara FERREIRA and Maria Fernanda SALCEDO REPOLÊS. University of Warwick. Italy Changing time experience.17:45 402 RC35 Business Meeting Location: 443 {NB} Friday 3 August 09:00 . El Colegio de México. Germany What’s in a name? Postcolonialism and decoloniality as difference within sameness Ishita BANERJEE. changing memory: An inter-generational perspective  259  . University of Melbourne. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. India Beyond coloniality: Towards diverse epistemic positions Saurabh DUBE El Colegio de México. SOPHIAPOL. Brazil Citizenship in contemporary Brazil: A “deviant modernity”? 12:30 . Argentina Foucault y la sociología clásica: Un diálogo en tensión a partir del suicidio durkheimiano 10:45 . France Three levels of democracy: Polis. Australia Chair: David STRECKER. CIECS-CONICET-UNC. Germany Productive misunderstandings: Global modernity and non-western rationalities Sergio TAVOLARO and Lília TAVOLARO. Australia Democratic revolution: Politicising the social or socialising the political 16:15 . Australia Authors and Papers Carmen LECCARDI.10:30 432 Global modernity. National University of Singapore Chair: Volker H. University of Sydney. National University of Singapore Authors and Papers Boris HOLZER.12:15 477 Democracy and democratisation Location: 443 {NB} Session Organizer: Craig BROWNE.14:00 561 Time and Society Location: 443 {NB} Session Organizers: Hartmut ROSA. Mexico Makeovers of modernity Manuela BOATCA. University of Hyderabad. Sociology facing the post-western age Location: 443 {NB} Session Organizer: Volker H. CNRS. University of Brasília. Bielefeld University. University of Jena. Germany Authors and Papers Gilles VERPRAET. SCHMIDT. Mexico Through subaltern frames: Postcolonial and decolonial knowledges Rosa REICHER.

Germany Authors and Papers Simone BRITO. Universidad Nacional de La Plata/CONICET. Universidad de Guadalajara. Universidad de Alcalá. Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo. University of Jena. Bourdieu Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Universidade Federal da Paraíba.10:30 621 Decentering sociology: Reconceptualizations for a global era Location: 443 {NB} Session Organizer: Boris HOLZER. Germany Social time and the problem of desynchronization Emiliano GAMBAROTTA. Universidade Federal de São Paulo. Centro Universitario de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades. Adorno a partir de la sociología reflexiva de P. Argentina Para una teoría crítica reflexiva. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Spain Ignacio Ellacuría: A critical theory from Latin America Emiliano GAMBAROTTA. University of Konstanz. Bielefeld University. Argentina Bourdieu y lo simbólico: Mecanismos de (re) producción de la dominación y la posibilidad de su subversión {*} 10:45 . Mexico Chair: Hartmut ROSA. Brazil and Marina MESQUITA. Germany The "idealization of the interchangeability of phases of life" Hartmut ROSA. Bielefeld University. W. Mexico José María Pérez Gay: A bridge between german critical thinking and Mexico José Manuel ROMERO CUEVAS. Mexico Critical theories in Latin America Héctor Raúl SOLÍS GADEA. Guadalajara. Germany Authors and Papers Oliver KOZLAREK. Una práctica de lectura de la dialéctica negativa de Th. Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo. Germany Chair: Boris HOLZER. Brazil Caio Prado Júnior. Switzerland The Arab spring: A re-synchronization of socio-political clocks? Andreas GOETTLICH.Georg MUELLER University of Fribourg. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Marxism and coloniality of knowlodge  260  . Brazil Against a new transcendental monster: Poor Elias in Brazil and the dilemmas of figurational sociology Fernando SANTANA.12:15 658 Critical theories: A dialogue between Europe and Latin America Location: 443 {NB} Session Organizer: Oliver KOZLAREK. University of Jena. Universidad Nacional de La Plata/CONICET. Brazil Traditional sociability as modernity: Critical reflections on some conceptions of “traditional” sociability in Brazil Vinicius FORTE.

Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Tokyo University of Information Sciences. Israel Alienation in the 21st century Nara Roberta SILVA. England Alienation and the ambivalences of “freedom from work”: An investigation of haredi Jewish men in Israel 14:30 . Part II Location: 452 {NB} Session Organizer: Vessela MISHEVA. Skövde.12:15 49 Alienation Theory Revisited. Centro de Análisis e Investigación Política CAIP. University of Skövde. Collective Actions and Social Change Location: 452 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . USA Authors and Papers Vessela MISHEVA. Chile Naturaleza y alienación en la teoría crítica 12:30 . Loyola Univeristy of Chicago. University of Haifa. University Haifa Authors and Papers Stefan GANDLER. University of Skövde. USA and Devorah KALEKIN-FISHMAN. Sweden Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Nagasaki and Fukushima as civilizational alienation from a perspective of reification and alienation in the Lukacsian ontology of social being and beyond Ester VAISMAN. class. University of Leicester. Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro. USA Marx. Mexico Critical Marxism in Mexico Shoji ISHITSUKA. Sweden  261  .RC36 Authors and Papers Lauren LANGMAN. Uppsala University.16:00 158 From alienation to empowerment Part I Joint Session RC36 Alienation Theory and Research (host committee) RC48 Social Movements. Japan Hiroshima. and alienation: Dialectical enhancement without evisceration Alienation Theory and Research Programme Coordinator: Vessela MISHEVA. Brazil El problema de la individualidad en el pensamiento del último Lukács Nicolás DEL VALLE. Purdue University Calumet.10:30 4 Alienation Theory Revisited. Sweden Social entrepreneurship and alienation David BARTRAM. Brazil Alienation theory and ideology in dialogue Alan SPECTOR.14:00 101 Agency and empowerment in the life world Location: 452 {NB} Session Organizer: Lauren LANGMAN. Part I Location: 452 {NB} Chair: Devorah KALEKIN-FISHMAN. Loyola Univeristy of Chicago. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais.

USA Authors and Papers Rose BREWER. Argentina La sonrisa del éxito: Perfomances de una subjetividad exigida 10:45 . emotions. Loyola Univeristy of Chicago. alienation and social exclusion in the postcivil rights era 12:30 . Higher School of Economics. Mexico The nature of everyday life in a Nahuatl community in Mexico Mara FERREIRA. Universidade Federal do Paraná. and the African diaspora Jacqueline JOHNSON. diversity & inclusiveness: Diversity ideology. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. Germany Authors and Papers Nicolás DIANA MENENDEZ. Brazil and Richard MISKOLCI. University of Jena.17:45 403 RC36 Business Meeting Location: 452 {NB}  262  . alienation and everyday life Location: 452 {NB} Session Organizer: Lauren LANGMAN. Part II Joint Session RC36 Alienation Theory and Research (host committee) RC48 Social Movements. Loyola University-Chicago. United Kingdom.Thursday 2 August 09:00 .12:15 236 Bodies.16:00 338 From alienation to empowerment. Brazil Authors and Papers Luis BERRUECOS. Federal University of São Carlos. CEIL. Campinas University (IFCH/UNICAMP). University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. Federal University of Parana. and Brazil David EMBRICK. Collective Actions and Social Change Location: 452 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 16:15 . USA Mass incarceration as a contemporary mechanism of racialization in the United States. CONICETUNC. Africa. and economic crisis: Blacks in the US.CONICET. Brazil El sentimiento amoroso en las vidas de lo(a)s soltero(a)s en la contemporaneidad 14:30 . Federal University of São Carlos. Portugal and Tilman REITZ.14:00 311 RC36 Round Table 1: Alienated labor in the production of cultural and social capital Location: 22 {OB} Session Organizers: Gabriele DE ANGELIS. Russia Anomie and alienation: Necessity of discrimination between the concepts Henrique BUONANI PASTI. racism.10:30 221 Race. USA Multiculturalism. alienation and everyday life Location: 452 {NB} Session Organizers: Miriam ADELMAN. Brazil Alienation. Un estudio sobre las motivaciones y los sentidos del trabajo en trabajadores de la administración pública Ekaterina LYTKINA. Brazil Chair: Richard MISKOLCI. Argentina El consentimiento en la administración. Minneapolis Systemic change. alienated labor and symbolic capital: A possible dialogue? Vanina PAPALINI and María Inés LANDA. CABA. Adelphi University. Universidade Nova.

Federal University of São Carlos.12:15 50 Analyzing Art Works as a Way to Social Knowledge. Part I Location: 466 {NB} Session Organizer: Paulo MENEZES. alienación y resistencia: Estudios sobre cultura contemporánea Location: 452 {NB} Session Organizers: Miriam ADELMAN. Brazil Digital office sentimental: The search of the internet as an aid to love relationships Richard MISKOLCI. Universidade Estadual Julio de Mesquita Filho. Universidade Ferderal de São Carlos. Brazil Authors and Papers Natalie HABER. USA The bunny hops on: An examination of the creation of playboy clubs and their re-found fame Fernando BALIEIRO. Brazil Masculinities in mutation: A study about gender relations among university students Authors and Papers Dietmar WETZEL. Brazil and Richard MISKOLCI. Switzerland Practices and emotions in online-dating – Alienated relationships? Juliana DO PRADO. Federal University of São Carlos. Brazil Chair: Miriam ADELMAN. Missouri State University. Federal University of Parana. emociones. Russia Art works and communicative process of knowledge co-creation 12:30 . alienation and overcoming alienation Location: 452 {NB} Session Organizer: Matthew DAVID. National Research University Higher School of Economics. University of Barcelona. USA Forms of alienation in conflict: Protestor bodies as a medium of police performance art Guilherme FLOETER. United Kingdom Wednesday 1 August 10:45 . Mariana CERVI and Mariana KOGA. Spain Authors and Papers Nikita BASOV. Anisya KHOKHLOVA. Brunel University. alienation and resistance: Studies in contemporary culture / Cuerpos. Russia and Alexandra NENKO. Brazil Carmen Miranda between the desires of two nations Larissa PELUCIO. Universidade Federal de São Carlos. Loyola University of Chicago.com – The market for affection and reiterations of familism in betrayal websites Marvin PROSONO. Brazil Chair: Arturo RODRIGUEZ MORATO. emotions. St.12:15 475 Bodies. Petersburg State University. Brazil Beyond the closet? Male homoerotic relations created online and the new regime of visibility in contemporary Brazilian society RC37 Sociology of Arts Programme Coordinator: Marta HERRERO. Federal University of Parana. University of São Paulo. United Kingdom  263  . University of Plymouth. Federal University of São Carlos.14:00 558 The Internet. University of Berne.Friday 3 August 10:45 . Brazil Infidelity.

Université PierreMendès-France. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. The University of Hong Kong Authors and Papers Denis HANZI. Argentina Art and legitimacy: Rojas cultural center gallery Thursday 2 August 10:45 . Social Science Research Center Berlin.14:00 104 Art. France Chair: Ling-Yun TANG. Brazil Hibridación y “malandragem” en la construcción mediática del autor Paul LOPES. Catholic University of São Paulo. Federal University of São Paulo. Turkey Sociology of the political movies in new Turkish cinema after 2000 Mauro ROVAI. University of Plymouth. Cyprus Sociological underpinnings in pre-service elementary teachers’ attitudes towards artworks Målfrid Irene HAGEN. Université Paris-8. Colgate University. University of São Paulo. Brazil Authors and Papers Mariana CERVIÑO. Frederick University. creativity and innovation Location: 466 {NB} Session Organizer: Marta HERRERO. USA The autonomization of American art Verónica TOBEÑA. Spain Perception of traditional arts as a methodological proposal to measure arts effects on the immediate society 12:30 . Brazil Cinema and society: The construction of a “fictional reality” Pinar YILDIZ and Ece OZDEMIR. University of São Paulo. Arts & Humanities. Free University of Bozen. Germany Hallowed be the director’s name: The structuring power of sanctification in the field of theatre Julio SOUTO SALOM.12:15 235 Artistic and non-artistic markets: Entrepreneurship. Ankara University. Un campo cultural abierto en dos Syd KROCHMALNY. FLACSO Argentina La cuestión del canon en la literatura Argentina. Italy Sociology of the artistic action Victoria PAVLOU. Universidad de Buenos AiresInstituto Gino Germani-Conicet. Brazil Cinema and social sciences: Between the dead times and the critical thought images 14:30 . Norway Critical art and the lack of art criticism Alba COLOMBO. USA Chair: Florent GAUDEZ. France  264  . Argentina Trayectorias sociales y tipos de artistas en la post dictadura Argentina. (il)legitimacy and consecration processes? I Location: 466 {NB} Session Organizer: Alain QUEMIN. Buskerud University College.16:00 151 Analyzing art works as a way to social knowledge II Location: 466 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Paulo MENEZES.Paulo MENEZES. 1984-1993 Ilaria RICCIONI. Brazil Belle toujours: Table conversations and civilization in Manoel de Oliveira’s work Ana Amelia da SILVA.

Jagiellonian University. United Kingdom When culture is turned against heritage: Monumental architecture. Université PierreMendès-France.10:30 455 The sociology of art and sociological theory: Intersections and new dialogues Location: 466 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Eduardo DE LA FUENTE. University of Plymouth. art. Canada Chair: Florent GAUDEZ. London School of Economics and Political Science. Spain Culture-led urban transformations and the sociology of artistic and cultural creation Mariana CERVIÑO. France Authors and Papers Cecilia DINARDI.Authors and Papers Jeanne HALLEY. and change I Location: 466 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Jeffrey HALLEY. Poland Arts matter: Exploring an impact of arts on urban scenes in Poland Vicky KARAISKOU. USA Authors and Papers Ilaria RICCIONI.17:45 404 RC37 Business Meeting Location: 466 {NB} Friday 3 August 09:00 . Brazil Avant-garde discourses and the musealization process: The museum of modern art in Rio de Janeiro in the 1960s Lígia DABUL.16:00 370 Uses and misuses of the arts in the public sphere I Location: 466 {NB} Session Organizer: Jan MARONTATE. USA Court institutions as enablers of women’s entry into french baroque music Marta HERRERO. Universidad de Buenos AiresInstituto Gino Germani-Conicet. Brazil Democratisation and creative process: Poem’s body on the Web 16:15 . Canada The avant garde. in the post-dictatorship era 14:30 . Simon Fraser University. Arab spring & contemporary Egypt Sabrina PARRACHO SANT’ANNA. Cyprus Public sculptures and ceremonial behaviors in the public sphere: Cyprus as a case study 12:30 .14:00 313 Social justice and democratization: Avant-gardes (then and now). Argentina The political aspects of the emergence of the Rojas in the artistic sphere of Buenos Aires. Faculdade Santa Marcelina. Universidade Federal Fluminense. Cyprus Open University. Italy The social action of avant-garde art Jacqueline GIBBONS. Brazil The Brazilian contemporary art market: Challenges and limits of internationalization in a fast growing sector Arturo RODRIGUEZ MORATO and Martias ZARLENGA. University of Barcelona. The University of Texas San Antonio. United Kingdom Towards a politicized arts philanthropy? Corporate social responsibility and the arts in the UK Ana Letícia FIALHO. Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro. Free University of Bozen. Australia  265  . York University. urban landscapes and an imagined multi-arts cultural centre in Buenos Aires Marta KLEKOTKO. Flinders University.

USA Chair: Ilaria RICCIONI. Buskerud University College.Instituto de Altos Estudios Sociales. University College London.16:00 601 Social justice and democratization: Avant-gardes (then and now).Authors and Papers Jeremy TANNER. and technology Henry PINHEIRO.14:00 563 Uses and misuses of the arts in the public sphere II Location: 466 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Jan MARONTATE. Brazil The AfroDigital museum: Art works. deshilvanar el orden social 12:30 . A sociological reading of Marion Milner / La vie de l’image comme médiation. USA  266  .CONICET. Italy Authors and Papers Jeffrey HALLEY. Brazil Fernando Pessoa: The literary construction of a Portuguese modernity Ling-Yun TANG. Free University of Bozen. Belgium The life of image as mediation. USA Avant-garde art. Argentina Pensar su tiempo. and change II Location: 466 {NB} Session Organizer: Jeffrey HALLEY. The University of Texas San Antonio. Argentina Argentine folkloric dances: State policies and actor perspectives Abaher ELSAKKA. Birzeit University. Simon Fraser University. Canada From noise to soundscape composition: Artistic and social scientific dimensions of acoustic ecology Nathalie ZACCAI-REYNERS. Brazil Guaramirangaxs Theater Festival: contributions to the development in theatre Ceará Ana Liza BUGNONE. Simon Fraser University. Universidade de São Paulo. Universidad Nacional de La Plata . politics. sound and sensory methodologies Location: 466 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Eduardo DE LA FUENTE. State University of Rio de Janeiro. Palestine Arts in Palestinian public space Målfrid Irene HAGEN. Brazil Maneras de ver: niñas y niños en los aspectos de fotografía diaria en asentamiento Dom Tomaz.Brasil 14:30 . São Paulo . Université Libre de Bruxelles. and theory: Dada and beyond Myrian SANTOS. Australia Authors and Papers Jan MARONTATE. fetish and commodity 10:45 . The University of Hong Kong Art worlds in transitional societies: An actor-network theory (ANT) perspective on art and social change in China Authors and Papers María Belén HIROSE. Federal University of São Paulo. Flinders University. The University of Texas San Antonio. art. Une lecture sociologique de Marion Milner Marcia GOBBI. United Kingdom Sociology of art and comparative civilisation Ana Lucia TEIXEIRA. Norway Art as political symbol. Instituto de Desarrollo Económico . citizenship.12:15 472 Art as research tool and/or sociological data: Visual.

Universidade Federal do Paraná. transmigration and ethnography Andreas Oskar KEMPF. Germany Barbara MOROVICH. France Giving a three dimensional form to biography Priscila AZEVEDO.Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences. Middle East Technical University.14:00 106 Biography and Ethnography Location: 436 {NB} Session Organizer: Catherine DELCROIX. University of Applied Sciences. National University Higher School of Economic. Université des Strasbourg. Université de Strasbourg. Marginalization and Racism.RC38 Biography and Society Programme Coordinators: Roswitha BRECNER. Argentina La estigmatización de los vecinos de Villa Corina: ¿Cambios o continuidades en la representación social de los habitantes de barrios pobres? ˙N. Sweden Authors and Papers Irini SIOUTI.12:15 89 Where Are You From? Experiences of Exclusion. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Brazil La biographie sociologique : Le cas des “Filhos de Criação” Ricardo Costa de OLIVEIRA. GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences. Combining ethnographic field research with biographical analysis Elena ROZHDESTVENSKAYA. Goethe University Frankfurt. Germany Doing biographical analysis in a transnational context. University of Frankfurt am Main. Germany Authors and Papers Laura ODASSO. Brazil Sociology. Malmoe University.16:00 170 Methodological Challenges in Biography Research Location: 436 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Feiwel KUPFERBERG. France Représentation graphique des parcours de vie : Ethnographie et engagement transdisciplinaire Sebastián LOPEZ. GESIS . Germany Doing “biographical fieldwork”. Russia Visualisation of identity in context of e-interview Minna RUOKONEN-ENGLER. Austria and Michaela KOETTIG. Germany “Bodies that matter”: Analyzing biographies as embodiments of the discursive 12:30 . Part I Joint Session RC38 Biography and Society RC05 Racism. family history and genealogy  267  . Reflections on biographical research. France Chair: Andreas Oskar KEMPF. University of Vienna. Turkey ¸ AHI Nevin S “Göçmen konutları”: The wealthy ghettos of the metropolis Wednesday 1 August 10:45 . Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Strasbourg. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations (host committee) Location: 454 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 .

Israel Two food narratives. UC San Diego. University of Latvia. Israel Immigrants in their homeland Daisuke YASUI. Argentina Fotos y relatos en la reconstrucción de procesos de movilidad social ascendente a través de biografías familiares Meltem ULU. University of Vienna. Japan Ethnicities from food: Food culture of immigrants in a multiethnic area in Japan 10:45 . Austria Chair: Kathy DAVIS. USA Picturing families. Hacettepe University. creating the look Vicki HARMAN. Netherlands Dance and biography: Or why should a biographical researcher be interested in tango? Beate LITTIG. Department of Anthropology-Istambul. Tana LACE. Maruta PRANKA. Germany Chair: Lena INOWLOCKI. Stefan DZERVITE and Stefan MIKLASEVICS. Turkey Cultural memory and photographs Gülsüm DEPELI and Emel UZUN. USA and Mary Ellen BELL. Bowdoin College Authors and Papers Julia ERICKSEN. Open University of Israel.12:15 260 Pictures. Austria Materiality and biography Ritma RUNGULE. Temple university. biographies and families Location: 436 {NB} Session Organizers: Susan BELL. Bowdoin College. Israel Food and the construction of the ethnic self among mizrahi immigrants to Israel Liora GVION. University of London. Institute History and Culture. Universidad de Buenos Aires. making family memories  268  . University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt am Main. United Kingdom Gender. University of Vienna.14:00 294 Food as a special symbol in the migration process Location: 436 {NB} Session Organizer: Julia BERNSTEIN. ‘ideals’ and body image in ballroom and Latin American dancing Kathy DAVIS. Austria Visual dimensions of biographical processes – A conceptual approach Susan BELL. Kibbutzim College of Education. two identities and one national cuisine: The story of Jewish food in Israel Nimrod LUZ. Netherlands Authors and Papers Roswitha BRECKNER. University of Cologne.10:30 198 Bodies in motion Location: 436 {NB} Session Organizer: Kathy DAVIS. Bowdoin College. Wiscasset High School. USA and Jonathan MARION. Senior Researcher Chair: Susan BELL. Latvia. Latvia Biographical experience of women with cancer {*} Vanesa GÓMEZ and Mariela GIACOPONELLO. Western Galilee College. Switzerland The acceptance and diffusion of Italian cuisine in the face of the xenophobic violence against Italian immigrants in post-war Switzerland Dafna HIRSCH. Germany Authors and Papers Sabina BELLOFATTO. Kyoto University. Institute for Advanced Studies. USA Ballroom bodies: Creating the movement. University of Zurich. USA and Roswitha BRECKNER. Turkey Soldier photographs: Recollections of manhood. Riga Stradins University. icons of nationalism 12:30 .Thursday 2 August 09:00 .

Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology. tags and veils Diana MULINARI. Free University Berlin. University of Goettingen. Diana MULINARI. Germany and Lena PEREZ. Part I Location: 436 {NB} Session Organizers: Michaela KOETTIG. Sweden Women in cultural racist parties Johanna SIGL. Humboldt University Berlin. Sweden Racialized Swedish cities. Central European University. Germany Palestinian dwellers as activists in the old city of Jerusalem: Politics as escape Carina LISTERBORN. Germany Authors and Papers Johannes BECKER. Part II Location: 436 {NB} Session Organizers: Michaela KOETTIG. University of Applied Sciences. biographical research and politics. University of Applied Sciences. Sweden. Volgograd State University. Germany Ethnicity and belonging as lived dimensions in mixed marriages Zeila DEMARTINI. Germany Transnational family ties between Cuba and Germany: Isolation. Germany and Lena PEREZ. Sweden and Irene MOLINA. Life stories of dropouts from the far right Mikhail ANIPKIN. Germany I come from a very interesting family! Translating cultural capital Caterina ROHDE. Germany and Irini SIOUTI. Universidade Metodista de São Paulo. University of Goettingen.10:30 422 Biography. Lund University. Germany Chair: Lena PEREZ. University of Applied Sciences.14:30 . Germany Transnational daughters – The inter-generational migration project of Russian au pair workers and their families Uku LEMBER. Germany Politics are biographical and gendered.12:15 474 Biography. restrictions and agency Friday 3 August 09:00 . Germany Authors and Papers Darja KLINGENBERG. University of Frankfurt am Main. Uppsala University. Hungary ‘Private transnationality’ within the realm of mixed marriages in soviet and independent Estonia Eran GUNDUZ. Germany Chair: Michaela KOETTIG. University of Göttingen. University of Frankfurt am Main. University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt. Germany  269  . Malmö university. University of Frankfurt am Main. biographical research and politics. Lund University. Sweden and Anders NEERGAARD. University of Brasilia.16:00 366 Transnational family migrations Location: 436 {NB} Session Organizers: Ursula APITZSCH. Germany Chair: Irini SIOUTI. Brazil Biographical knowledge and its implication to activism studies: A case study about the landless peoples movement in South Africa 10:45 . Flags. Linköping University. University of Frankfurt am Main. Free University Berlin. Germany and Ursula APITZSCH. Goethe University. Russia The last soviet generation: Biographies of the lost Marcelo ROSA. Brazil Familiar experiences among continents (Portugal – Africa – Brazil) Rosa María BRANDHORST.

Georg-AugustUniversity of Goettingen.CONICET. University of Vienna.12:15 656 Biography and experiences with violence Location: 436 {NB} Session Organizer: Hermilio SANTOS. University of Graz. Austria Authors and Papers Marcela CORNEJO. INCIHUSA. Institute for Advanced Studies. University of Applied Sciences. Itinerario de dos dirigentes políticos entre dictadura y democracia. Brazil The faces of Joaquim Murtinho: Minister. Germany Same past. Israel Examining political biographies from the opposite direction: The case of Israeli settlers of the West Bank and Gaza Andrés ARGUELLO. Universidade Federal de São Carlos. Universidad Santo Tomás. Brazil Guilherme ARDUINI. Japan The transformers. Siegen University. Germany Intractable violence in everyday life and the ‘big conflict’ in the Middle-East 12:30 . Austria. Austria Biographies of activists in social movement in Chiapas. Part II Joint Session RC38 Biography and Society (host committee) RC05 Racism. Kyoto University. Dealing with citizenship as undocumented migrants Rixta WUNDRAK and Nicole WITTE. Chile 14:30 . different narrations Sara PARK. Germany Chair: Hermilio SANTOS. University of Frankfurt am Main. Universidad de Valparaíso. Chile and Maria Angelica CRUZ. Marginalization and Racism. Germany and Irini SIOUTI. Germany Doing biographical research in a (post-)conflict setting: A case study of ethnic Germans in southern Ukraine Elifcan KARACAN. Argentina 1966-1989 Noga GILAD.10:30 646 Victims and perpetrators in sociopolitical (post) conflict settings Location: 436 {NB} Session Organizer: Gabriele ROSENTHAL. Brazil Authors and Papers Niklas RADENBACH. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations Location: 436 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Rio Grande do Sul.UNCuyo. Argentina Trayectorias en movimiento. University of Goettingen. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Germany  270  . Colombia Jose Sedano: Pedagogy of answer and social participation Angela PILCH ORTEGA. Brazil Chair: Beate LITTIG. Mexico Larissa ARRUDA. University of Haifa.16:00 596 RC38 Business Meeting Location: 436 {NB} Session Organizers: Roswitha BRECKNER.14:00 564 Where Are You From? Experiences of Exclusion.Authors and Papers Virginia MELLADO. Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Rio Grande do Sul. University of Goettingen. senator and coronel of Mato Grosso. Brazil Alceu Amoroso Lima (1893-1983) : Contrainte et liberté Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Maria Jose REYES. Michaela KOETTIG.

Barreto ABRAHAO. Brazil Surviving a movable prison Authors and Papers Joseph HERMANOWICZ. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Netherlands  271  . Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Rio Grande do Sul. Universidad De Guadalajara. perception. University of Roskilde. FLACSO-Argentina. University of Roskilde. Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Rio Grande do Sul. Brazil Chair: Rosa María BRANDHORST. University of Goettingen. and legitimation in academic science Henning SALLING OLESEN. Universidade Federal da Bahia. FUniversidad de Buenos Aires. University of Roskilde. Argentina Subjetividad y experiencia en las narrativas personales sobre la violencia política en la Argentina reciente Pablo Francisco DI LEO. Argentina and Ana Clara CAMAROTTI. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Denmark Professional identity and gender Cecilia LITICHEVER. tensiones. consumos de drogas y soportes: Sus vinculaciones en experiencias biográficas de jóvenes en barrios marginalizados del área metropolitana de Buenos Aires Michaela KOETTIG. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina Violencias. Mexico Sujetos instituyentes e identidades profesionales Maria do Perpétuo Soccoro DE LIMA COSTA Universidade Federal dos Vales do Jequitinhonha e Mucuri. Brazil Los trabajadores docentes: Experiencias. CONICET. Germany Constructions of gender stereotypes by the media in dealing with the‚ right-wing terror cell’ in Germany Hermilio SANTOS. Brazil The foundation of professional identities in life experiences Rosa ROMO BELTRAN.14:00 721 The foundation of professional identities in life experiences Location: 436 {NB} Session Organizers: Henning Salling OLESEN. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. University of Georgia. USA Performance. Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Rio Grande do Sul. Denmark and Maria Helena Menna BARRETO ABRAHÃO. Brazil Young female engagement in delinquency in south Brazil: Biographic and visual narratives Letícia de AZEVEDO. Denmark and Maria Helena M. dificultades ne hizo en la construcción de la profesión docente en las universidades públicas de Minas Gerais. University of Applied Sciences.“Cuéntame tu historia de la dictadura": Voces e imágenes en dialogía intergeneracional en Chile Claudia BACCI. Brasil Henning SALLING OLESEN. Argentina La construcción social de la exclusión: Un análisis desde la perspectiva de las trayectorias de jóvenes de sectores populares 12:30 .

Ana C AMAYA ARIAS. Florida International University. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Brazil Consideraciones sobre el envejecimiento en Brasil Nicolás SACCO. Universidade de Brasilia. Florida International University. Spain Chair: Rosa Maria CAMARENA-CORDOVA. homosexuals and bisexuals are there in the US?  272  . 2005 y 2008 Cíntia ENGEL and Paula RINCON AFONSO COSTA. Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León. Florida International University. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Mexico Authors and Papers Klaus HABERKERN. University of Guadalajara. spatial variations and associated factors Priscila AZEVEDO.12:15 47 Demographic challenges in societies Location: 468 {NB} Chair: Maria Guadalupe VEGA-LOPEZ. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Mexico Firearm homicide in Mexico 1990-2009: Trends. Texas A&M University How many heterosexuals. Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Switzerland The role of the elderly in their families – Future challenges Dudley POSTON and Yuting CHANG. SERNA. Colombia Inequidades en mortalidad materna por departamentos en Colombia para lo años 2000. USA and Claudia A. USA Panhandling and information acquisition in Miami Sociology of Population Programme Coordinators: Elena BASTIDA-GONZALEZ. USA Wednesday 1 August 10:45 . ESLAVA-SCHMALBACH.16:00 156 Current issues in population research Location: 468 {NB} Session Organizer: Encarnación ARACIL. Brazil Settings for “cultural justice” on sheltering cases: The fostered children role in Brazilian rural areas Arun ACHARYA. Texas A & M University USA and Tibebe ASSEFA. Florida International University. Florida International University.14:00 113 Current issues in population and social justice Location: 468 {NB} Session Organizer: Elena BASTIDA-GONZALEZ. USA Authors and Papers Gisella SANDOVAL VARGAS.RC41 12:30 . Argentina Demographic dynamics of Buenos Aires city middle class (1970-2010) Carlos BARRETO BECK. USA Authors and Papers Guillermo Julian GONZALEZ-PEREZ. UNAM. University of Texas Pan American. Mexico Co-Chair: Armando DOMINGUEZ. Franz NEUBERGER and Tina SCHMID. Diego VELASQUEZ GRANADOS and Javier H. University of Guadalajara. University of Zurich. USA Covariates of weight loss among a Mexican American population in the US Southwest 14:30 . Mexico Migrant trafficking and sexual violence against women in Mexico: a qualitative analysis on consequences Tiffanie STEWART.

Universidad de Guadalajara. Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg. Spain Childless older people and LGB elders: Health. India Status of elderly in modern family structure Gerardo ZAMORA. USA. Elena URDANETA. Carlos BARRETO BECK. Spain. Pondicherry University. Germany and Japan Thursday 2 August 10:45 . University of Texas. Universidad Publica de Navarra. The University of Texas at Austin. Thailand Comparing the socioeconomic status – Health gradient among adults 50 and older across rural and urban Thailand in 1994 and 2007 Balamurugan J and Gopalsamy RAMATHIRTHAM.14:00 319 Who’s afraid of population decline? Challenges.12:15 261 Population Challenges in Health Equity Location: 468 {NB} Session Organizer: Guillermo Julian GONZALEZ-PEREZ. social inequalities and child health in Latin America  273  . USA and Vipan PRACHUABMOH. WILLIAMS. USA Exploring the expectation of financial well being upon retirement Rajendra PATIL. University of Guadalajara. Germany Authors and Papers Joachim SINGELMANN. Germany Differential population response to poverty in rural areas and its consequences: Regional comparisons in the United States and Germany Akiyoshi YONEZAWA. United Kingdom and Robert ROWTHORN. Ingema-San Sebastian. University of Tokyo. University. India Indigenous communities: Demographic and socioeconomic conditions of scheduled tribes in India H. Texas A & M University. Mexico Demographic changes. Cal State Stanislaus. Nagoya. University of Texas Pan American. life course transitions and care Maria Guadalupe VEGA-LOPEZ. responses and consequence Location: 468 {NB} Session Organizers: Reinhold SACKMANN. United Kingdom Three paths to population decline: Russia. Mexico Authors and Papers Zachary ZIMMER. University of Cambridge. Mark L. New Zealand When does population ‘growth’ end? The case of New Zealand Kosuke HIMENO. USA and John S. Mari Feli GONZALEZ. Virginia McCOY. Institute for Socioeconomics. ATKINSON. Florida International University. Japan Functions of social capital for residents of depopulated area in Japan David COLEMAN. Shivaji University. Germany and Walter BARTL. USA and Rosemarie SIEBERT. Spain Rosanna DE LA ROSA and Francisco GUILLEN-GRIMA. University of Waikato. Florida International University.Elena BASTIDA-GONZALEZ. Universidad Publica de Navarra. USA and Gokce SOYDEMIR. Japan The challenge of internationalizing Japanese higher education amidst population decline Natalie JACKSON. USA. University of California. Nagoya University. Martin-LutherUniversity Halle-Wittenberg. Chulalongkorn University. USA Disparities among migrant farmworkers in access to primary care 12:30 .

Population Reference Bureau.16:00 340 Health and migration: Current issues in population health Location: 468 {NB} Session Organizer: Elena BASTIDA-GONZALEZ.14:30 . India Socio-demographic determinants on children’s morbidity and mortality – A study of slums in puducherry  274  . Patria ROJAS and Mariana SANCHEZ. Nigeria 16:15 . USA Authors and Papers Gopalsamy RAMATHIRTHAM. Nova Southeastern University. Israel Co-Chair: Claudia A. Brazil Interracial unions and fertility in Brazil: Are there differences when couples are racially mixed? Chyong-fang KO.17:45 393 Methodology and its Role in Interrogating Social and Demographic Dynamics Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC41 Sociology of Population Location: 24 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . University of California.14:00 530 Developments in the study of mortality Location: 468 {NB} Session Organizer: Yonathan ANSON. Taiwan Gender-role expectations and fertility rates in EU member states Shirley Hsiao-Li SUN. USA Alcohol use among recent Latino immigrants before and after immigration to the United States Claudia A SERNA. Texas A&M University. Nigeria Perception of singleness by highly educated and professional single women in Lagos. University of Ibadan. USA Oral health and immigrant status among agricultural workers in south Florida: A qualitative study Friday 3 August 10:45 . Florida International University. Federal University of Minas Gerais. USA and Marlene LEE. University of the Negev. USA and Jesus SANCHEZ. University of Texas at Austin. USA Authors and Papers Patria ROJAS. Nanyang Technological University. USA Differential effects of aging in place on disability among black and white elderly Mario DE LA ROSA. Florida International University. Demography. Singapore Pronatalist policies in the context of a liberal familial welfare system in Asia Favour NTOIMO. Mario DE LA ROSA and Frank DILLON. Florida International University. Florida International University. USA Authors and Papers Maria Carolina TOMAS. USA and Dimitri FAZITO.12:15 482 Global issues in fertility and reproductive health Location: 468 {NB} Chair: Dudley POSTON. Pondicherry University. USA Joachim SINGELMANN. Academia Sinica. Florida International University. SERNA. USA Determinants of HIV/STD risk behaviors among recent Latino immigrants in south Florida.

12:15 685 Sociology of population: Dimensions of child and the overarching global transformation Location: 468 {NB} Session Organizer: Rajendra PATIL. India Authors and Papers Hanno SCHOLTZ. Carles SIMÓ and Víctor SOLER. Florida International University. Ana C. Deemed University. Latvia Excess mortality among clients in alcohol treatment in Latvia: A record-linkage study Diego VELÁSQUEZ GRANADOS. Germany Children‘ expected income consequences and fertility behavior in cross-national comparison Smita AWACHAR. Andrea HERNANDEZ.2 and Toms PULMANIS2. India Plight of the aged population in rural India: care and support implications Rosa María CAMARENA-CORDOVA.J. tendencias e inequidades Authors and Papers S. Shivaji University. Colombia Mortalidad neonatal en Colombia (2000-2009): Causas. USA Challenges in delivering a health behavior intervention to immigrant and native populations on the US-Mexico border 10:45 . University of Konstanz. Ramniranjan Jhunjhunwala College. Gisella SANDOVAL VARGAS and Javier H. ESLAVA-SCHMALBACH. India and Rajendra PATIL. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. (1) University of Latvia. AMAYA ARIAS. Shivaji University. Mahila Mahavidyalaya. Pondicherry University. family changes and public policies Armando DOMINGUEZ. Brazil Intercensal life tables consistent with population projections Marcis TRAPENCIERIS1. Spain Divorce. India  275  .Gurusamy SELLAMUTHU. Universidad Nacional de Colombia.16:00 579 Demographic challenges associated with aging populations in the developing world Joint Session RC41 Sociology of Population (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging Location: 468 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Mexico Comparing Mexican young’s household characteristics under various ethnicity criteria David MUÑOZ. India Child labour in India: Role of state and NGOs in protection of rights of children 14:30 .T. India Socio-demographic factors and son preference in India: An overview Shashi MISHRA.N. India Social deprivation and victimization of elderly people: A study Jeronimo Oliveira MUNIZ.J.10:30 619 Changing populations and its consequences Location: 468 {NB} Session Organizers: Gopalsamy RAMATHIRTHAM. India Effects of socio-demographic factors on health of girl-child in India Smriti BHOSLE. L. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Augustus Julian Lazmey LAZMEY. (2)The National Health Service. American College India and S. Latvia. Gurusamy SELLAMUTHU. University of Valencia. Deemed University.

12:30 . Brazil Eyes wide shut: Sexual practices. Universidad Diego Portales. Chile Authors and Papers Livia Maria TERRA and Alan Eric FONSECA. Panel session Location: 19 {OB} Session Organizer: Ali KAZEMI. Sweden  276  . New York University. University of Haifa. Israel 12:30 . Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel. Mexico Una aproximación narrativa al estudio de las identidades transgénero: Construyendo nuevos relatos Edson VASCONCELOS and Adriano de LEON. University of Colima. University of Skovde. Ohio State University. Brazil The race and the nation: Discourses and narratives for a national identity in Nina Rodrigues e Gilberto Freyre Antar MARTINEZ. and prospects. India Authors and Papers Jens AMBRASAT and Christian VON SCHEVE. SCHNEIDER. Free University Berlin. Universidade Estadual Paulista. Babasaheb Ambedkar National Institute of Social Sciences. SLOMCZYNSKI. Germany How detrimental are income inequalities to the human mind? Analyzing the protective functions of social justice perceptions in Germany and Chile RC42 Social Psychology Programme Coordinator: Guillermina JASSO. insights.12:15 82 Social Justice and Democratization Location: 19 {OB} Session Organizer: Deepak Kumar VERMA. subjectivities and conjugalities couples practicing swing 12:30 . USA and Wlodzimierz WESOLOWSKI.14:00 718 RC41 Business Meeting Location: 468 {NB} Authors and Papers Stef ADRIAENSSENS.14:00 314 Social resource theory: challenges. Universität Bielefeld. Belgium How trust begets deviance: Social and institutional trust as explanations for engagement in informal economic activities Simone M. Polish Academy of Sciences. Universidade Federal da Paraíba. USA Thursday 2 August 10:45 .14:00 99 (In)justice and inequalities in a globalized (democratic) world Location: 19 {OB} Session Organizer: Clara SABBAGH. Poland Social justice in the European Union context: Opinions on the tax-revenue allocation among national elites 242 Discursive and narrative approaches to identity research Location: 19 {OB} Session Organizer: Antonio STECHER. Germany Sentiments and social stratification Kazimierz M.12:15 Wednesday 1 August 10:45 .

and labor subjectivities in the new capitalism: Psychosocial readings Location: 19 {OB} Session Organizer: Antar MARTINEZ. Stanford University.14:30 . Chile Procesos identitarios de trabajadores de la industria del retail en Chile Roberto O. Universidad Diego Portales. Mexico Authors and Papers Deidi MACA. Santiago. Princeton University. Sendai. USA Authors and Papers Corinne KIRCHNER. USA The Mapping Project: The Networks of Organization with Extreme Tactics Friday 3 August 10:45 . USA Tu-vous and gendered language: Is there Englishlanguage hegemony in problem selection in sociology? Yoshimichi SATO. Colombia Una aproximación psicosocial al estudio de las trayectorias laborales y la dimensión subjetiva del trabajo Antonio STECHER.17:45 408 The social psychology of language Location: 19 {OB} Session Organizer: Eva MEYERSSON MILGROM.12:15 515 Work. Universidad de Puerto Rico. Brazil Worker’s centers: A case study about immigration. USA Expertise in defining word “senses” as contested professional turf Guillermina JASSO. Stanford University. Recinto de Río Piedras Las configuraciones subjetivas del trabajo precario en Puerto Rico Alvaro SOTO ROY.14:00 552 RC42 Business Meeting Location: 19 {OB} Chair: Guillermina JASSO. Cali. University of Colima. Universidad del Valle. Tohoku University. Columbia University. New York University. USA A Labor Market Analysis of Extreme Political Tactics Martha CRENSHAW. Universidad Alberto Hurtado.16:00 364 The social psychology of extreme political actions Location: 19 {OB} Session Organizer: Guillermina JASSO. DIAZ-JUARBE. identities. Araraquara. Chile La individualización en el trabajo: Reflexiones desde las narrativas identitarias de trabajadores chilenos Géssica TREVISAN PERA. Universidade Estadual Paulista. Harvard University. Stanford University. USA Insurgencies and the Vietnam War Pavan MAMIDI. USA On Recruitment into the Maoists in India and Credible Signaling Eva MEYERSSON MILGROM. USA  277  . Japan Are Asian sociologies possible: Universalism versus particularism 12:30 . New York University. USA Authors and Papers Rex DOUGLASS. work and representation in United States 16:15 . New York University.

10:30 15 Housing Markets: Comparative. Suzana PASTERNAK. movilidad residencial y regeneración urbana.12:15 691 Topics in social psychology Location: 19 {OB} Session Organizer: Robert SHELLY. Poland Future orientations and economic success: Empirical analyses informed by the theory of planned behavior Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . USA Authors and Papers Antar MARTINEZ GUZMAN. USA RC43 Housing and Built Environment Programme Coordinators: Flávio de SOUZA. United Kingdom Saturday 4 August 10:45 . the consolidation of the city and low-income settlements in Guatemala City Flávio DE SOUZA. Universidad Diego Portales. Mexico Transiting genders: Psychosocial contributions and questions about transgender identity Cecilia RIDGEWAY. Harvard University. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Stanford University. Universida de Buens Aires. María Soledad ARQUEROS MEJICA and Tomás GUEVARA. Polish Academy of Sciences. Recife. Ohio University. University of Glasgow. USA Chair: Pavan MAMIDI. Brazil and Kenneth GIBB. Nancy MOLINA and Oscar GUZMAN. Brazil La rehabilitación de asentamientos irregulares consolidados en ciudades de latinoamérica María Mercedes DI VIRGILIO. Reflections on access and tenure of housing and urban land . University of Texas at Austin. University of Central Florida. Chile Geografía de oportunidades.16:00 583 International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Latin America Location: 469 {NB} Authors and Papers Bryan ROBERTS. Evidencias del proyecto LAHNSantiago de Chile  278  . Panel session Location: 19 {OB} Session Organizer: James D. Universidad de Colima. Universidade de São Paulo. USA Violence. CONICET. Brazil. Warsaw. Santiago. Caroline Gonçalves dos SANTOS and Vinícius FULGENCIO. USA What binds low status members to the group? Irina TOMESCU-DUBROW. Universidade Federal de Penambuco. Argentina Regularization of informal settlements in Latin America.14:30 . Circe Maria MONTEIRO. WRIGHT.Findings from the LAHN project Rodrigo MILLAN.

Institut Universitaire Kurt Bösch. Brazil La regulación urbanística tiene influencia en la producción de viviendas sociales? Tiago CUNHA. Switzerland Governing second housing: Three case studies in Brazil. France and Christophe CLIVAZ. Chile Viejos pero buenos barrios populares: Cuando la antigüedad no es decadencia Thursday 2 August 09:00 . University of São Paulo. Brazil Ladrillo por ladrillo  279  .12:15 245 Housing policies: Latin America. Brazil. Spain. Brazil and Joyce REIS. South Africa Public housing and beneficiary responses to it Tristan LOLOUM.12:15 54 Comparative Housing Policy Location: 469 {NB} Session Organizer: Kenneth GIBB. FERREIRA. autogestión y política habitacional en Brasil: Del acceso a la vivienda al derecho a la ciudad Camila D’OTTAVIANO. Universidade de São Paulo. Brazil Gated ‘downtown’: Class collision and gentrification in the post-renovation city Juan José MICHELINI. Universidad Católica de Chile.10:30 212 Housing and the right to the city. Research Institute in Humanities and Social Sciences. University of Glasgow. EHESS. Fundação Getulio Vargas. Lucia SHIMBO.Francisco SABATINI and Gonzalo CACERES. comparative Location: 469 {NB} Authors and Papers Regina Fátima C. Universidad de São Paulo. Mahtab FARSHCHI. The community workers movement experience in Luján (Buenos Aires Metropolitan Region) Letícia Moreira SIGOLO. Spanish National Research Council. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Spain and Switzerland Márcio Moraes VALENÇA.F. University of São Paulo. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Sarah CHARLTON. Brazil El actual crecimiento del mercado residencial en Brasil y sus impactos en el precio de la vivienda Carolina CASTRO. Apuntes de investigación sobre complejos habitacionales de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires Danielle KLINTOWITZ. popular housing. Part I Joint Session RC43 Housing and Built Environment RC21 Regional and Urban Development (host committee) Location: 301 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . University Federal of São Carlos. Brazil Movimientos de vivienda. London South Bank University. University of the Witwatersrand. Argentina Políticas públicas. São Paulo. Brazil Popular housing in Brazil: From housing market to minha casa minha vida program María Florencia GIROLA and Ana Gretel THOMASZ. Brazil. Mariana RELLI. Argentina Housing struggles and social innovation. England The locus of the affordable housing in São Paulo over the growth cycles of the 1990’s and the 2000’s 10:45 . acceso a la vivienda y derecho a la ciudad. Johannesburg. CONICET. Universidade Estadual de Campinas.

Universidade de São Paulo. Part III Joint Session RC43 Housing and Built Environment (host committee) RC21 Regional and Urban Development Location: 469 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . CAVALCANTI and Luis DE LA MORA. Ana C. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Part II Joint Session RC43 Housing and Built Environment RC21 Regional and Urban Development (host committee) Location: 301 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . provincia de Buenos Aires. Brazil Steps towards an understanding of financialization’s impact on Brazilian cities  280  . risks and opportuntiies in an era of fiscal austerity Douglas ROBERTSON.12:30 . Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.12:15 483 Housing and the Right to the City. policies and formalisation Location: 469 {NB} Authors and Papers Camila SARAIVA and Giselle TANAKA. Argentina Situaciones de irregularidad dominial del hábitat popular urbano y acciones del estado. Brazil 30 years later – From access to housing to consolidation of housing settlements: Revisiting the case of Recife. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Argentina. 1990-2004 Rodrigo MILLAN. University of Stirling. Scotland What will be the repercussions of the current financial crisis for future housing system? Edith JIMENEZ HUERTA and Heriberto CRUZ SOLIS. Universidad de Guadalajara.R.14:00 299 Housing and the right to the city. Mexico Land and housing markets in consolidated irregular settlements – Findings from the LAHN project Daniel SANFELICI. United Kingdom Reforming low income housing subsidies: Barriers. Universidad Diego Portales. Brazil Addressing policies and programs for the improvement of poor neighborhoods in Brazil: Opportunities and challenges in the case of ZEIS in Recife Friday 3 August 09:00 . Chile Operación sitio a cuatro décadas de su constitución. Brazil Mariana RELLI. University of Glasgow. CONICET.16:00 582 Informal settlements: Land and housing markets. Programas y políticas de mejoramiento urbano en áreas pericentrales del Gran Santiago Flávio DE SOUZA.10:30 434 Housing policy and processes Location: 469 {NB} Authors and Papers Kenneth GIBB.16:00 359 RC43 Business Meeting Location: 469 {NB} 14:30 . Brazil Ruptures and continuities in practices of the consolidating of old peripheries Caroline GONÇALVES DOS SANTOS.

Canada Authors and Papers Eli FRIEDMAN.10:30 21 Migrant Workers. Universidade de São Paulo. University of Helsinki. University of Toronto. USA Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . USA Fighting for inclusion: The origins and consequences of the 2006 immigration protests in the United States Alexandru DICEANU. Canada Migrant farm workers fight back: Reconceptualizing resistance at the margins Geraldina POLANCO. McGill University. Japan Foreign workers in the atomic disaster: A type of exclusion in Japan Rolle ALHO. Canada Unfree labour. Canada and Mostafa HENAWAY. law and imperialism Camila BARALDI amd Táli Pires ALMEIDA. Finland Labour mobility from Estonia to Finland in the construction sector: Different stakeholder perspectives and strategies Kim VOSS. McMaster University. informalidad y industria de la confección: Reflexiones acerca de Brasil Adriana PAZ RAMIREZ. Immigrant Workers CentreMontreal. Komazawa University. University of California. Canada Authors and Papers Adrian SMITH. Canada Displacing immigrant workers through Canada’s guest worker program 141 12:30 . and the possibility of a migrant workers-led movement in Canada Mark THOMAS. Carleton University. McGill University. Canada Migrant worker organizing and labour law in Canada Aziz CHOUDRY. University of British Columbia.RC44 10:45 . York University. USA Part of the working class? The cost of depoliticization for union legitimacy among migrant workers in China Nobuyuki YAMADA. Canada The workers vs temporary labour recruitment agencies: Contextualizing im/migrant workers’ struggles against temp agencies in Canada  281  . Cornell University. Canada Resisting permanent impermanence: Performances of subordination and resistance. Labour Unions and Collective Protests Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizer: Jennifer CHUN. University of British Columbia. capital and the struggles of migrant and immigrant workers for social and economic justice Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizers: Aziz CHOUDRY. York University. York University. Brazil Migraciones.14:00 Unfree labour: States.12:15 65 Innovative approaches to informal work Joint Session RC44 Labor Movements (host committee) RC30 Sociology of Work Location: 29 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Labor Movements Programme Coordinator: Peter EVANS. Canada and Mark THOMAS. Canada Chair: Jennifer CHUN. University of Toronto. Canada Immigrant workers’ paths of resistance: Institutionalized industrial relations or open class conflict? Evelyn ENCALADA GREZ. University of California.

Universidade de São Paulo. University of the Witwatersrand. University of Kwa-Zulu Natal. France Authors and Papers Emilien JULLIARD. Hans-Boeckler-Foundation and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. USA Chair: Jacklyn COCK. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. changes and challenges 178 RC44 Round Table 3: The solidarity economy. Tulane University. France Creating activists. University of Milano-Bicocca. Argentina Trabajadores tercerizados y conflictividad laboral en el sector automotriz. Límites y desafíos en términos de representación Denisse ROCA-SERVAT. South Africa Workers. Buenos Aires. Brazil Artisanal work and production in the contemporary society: Realities. University of Witwatersrand. wages and livelihoods: Linking workplace and community struggles in post-apartheid South Africa Diego COLETTO. Federal University of Maranhão. South Africa Authors and Papers Vishwas SATGAR. the labor movement and the fight against precarious employment Location: 25 {OB} Session Organizer: Ana Margarida ESTEVES. Brazil Information work and the proletarian condition today: The perception of Brazilian call centers operators Cinara ROSENFIELD. and Fábio PIMENTEL. Diversity and Union Democracy Location: 26 {OB} Session Organizer: Cécile GUILLAUME. France and Karel YON. Brazil The ABC metalworkers’ union and his support for cooperatives: A brazilian experience 179 RC44 Round Table 4: New strategies for bringing union democracy to unions with diverse memberships Location: 26 {OB} Session Organizers: Sophie BÉROUD. USA The struggle for rights in labor-community coalitions: The Los Angeles clean carwash campaign 180 RC44 Round Table 5: Organizing Strategies. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Mugla University. Italy Grassroots organizations in the informal economy: A way to go beyond the survival in free markets? Andranik MELIK-TANGYAN.14:30 . Université Lyon 2. USA Authors and Papers Dilek HATTATOGLU. Ecoles des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. KELLER. Université de Lille. France Authors and Papers Ruy BRAGA. South Africa Neoliberal diffusion of the social economy: The case for the solidarity economy Raquel DUAIBS. Lille Center for Politics and Administration. South Africa Trade unions and the worker cooperative alternative in South Africa: Michelle WILLIAMS. University of California Los Angeles. Brazil Paradoxos do capitalismo e trabalho em call centers Lucila D’URSO. How do US unions try to build membership-based campaigns for collective bargaining?  282  . Germany Reform proposals to tackle labour market segmentation Paulo F. Arizona State University.16:00 177 RC44 Round Table 2: Strategies for organizing informal workers Location: 22 {OB} Session Organizer: Chris TILLY. UFRGS. Turkey Unionisation of homebased workers in Turkey Sithembiso BHENGU. Witwatersrand University.

New challenges for the argentine unions: The case of the teamsters’ federation 10:45 . UFRJ. Université Lille I. University of São Paulo Authors and Papers Belén FERNANDEZ MILMANDA. University of California-Berkeley. Laboratory for a prospective Anthropology. États en Europe : Entre action de classe et conciliation sociale Marcel PARET. CONICET/UTDT. France Industrial democracy versus union democracy? Organizational responses to the reform of the trade union recognition process in France Guillaume GOURGUES. France and Lucie TOURETTE. Lille Center for Politics and Administration (CERAPS). Marco Aurélio SANTANA. Université d’Amsterdam. France Supporting “public debate” as a new unions’ strategy? The case of CGIL-FIOM facing managerial referendum in three fiat factories (Italy) Anne BORY. IEP Grenoble. Conicet. France and Sophie BéROUD. through the eyes of public sector strikers Paula LENGUITA. Université Paris VIII. France. China To struggle for workers’ identity: The resistance of Jiashu workers  283  . Pierre BARRON. Belgium Syndicats. Université Paris VIII. Argentina Reconfiguración de la clase obrera y respuesta sindical en Argentina y Brasil frente a los actuales procesos de renovación política (2003-2011) Santiago DUHALDE. Grenoble. China Authors and Papers Shaopeng SONG. CEIL-CONICET / UBA. South Africa Unfolding contradictions in the zuma movement. Netherlands. Argentina When your friend asks you for moderation.12:15 238 China’s emerging working class and the future of the labor movement Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizer: Pun NGAI. Nicolas JOUNIN.Karel YON. Argentina Límites y posibilidades del sindicalismo en el contexto de una alianza política {*} Thursday 2 August 09:00 . France Le mouvement des travailleurs sans papiers : Quelle démocratisation pour les pratiques syndicales françaises ? Martín ARMELINO. Université Lyon 2. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento/UBA. partis. University of California. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. CONICET/UBA. Renmin University of China. Argentina Vicisitudes de la democracia sindical en Argentina. Belgium and Sébastien ANTOINE. UMR PACTE. UMR PACTE. Argentina. Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Chair and Discussant: Ruy BRAGA. Brazil and Juan MONTES CONICET. Argentina and Enzo BENES. DCP. Brazil The Brazilian tradeunionism during Lula administration Jean-François LIBOTTE. El caso de la CTA en los 2000s Andreia GALVAO. Institut des Sciences du Travail. University of Johannesburg. Sébastien CHAUVIN. CEIL. USA Labor politics in the United States and South Africa Caitlin FOX-HODESS. IEP Grenoble.10:30 213 Labor movements and the State: What happens when political allies take power? Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizer. CSU-CRESPPA. USA Contesting la concertacion: Working-class demobilization and the production of oppositional political subjectivities in Chile’s ‘democracia del libre mercado’ Claire CERUTI. France. France and Jessica SAINTY. South Africa.

Acadia University. China and Changjiang LI. University of California. McGill University. United Kingdom World factory without workers? The new facet of Chinese workers’ strikes {*} El sindicalismo de movimiento social después del neoliberalismo. CEIL-CONICET. Centre Maurice Halbwach CNRS. Université de Lille 1. Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Ramapo College of New Jersey. Canada 12:30 . CABA. Argentina 16:15 . University of Toronto. France and Dominique ANDOLFATTO. Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. China Women and labour division in China’s rural society Anita KOO and Yunxue DENG. France and Sophie POCHIC. USA Part of the working class? The cost of depoliticization for union legitimacy among migrant workers in China {*} Chun-Yi LEE. Canada  284  . Cornell University.10:30 439 New roles for intellectuals in the labor movement? Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizer: Marcos ANCELOVICI. Peking University. China Global capital. Argentina Estado local y conflictividad laboral durante el gobierno de Mauricio Macri {*} Marnix DRESSEN. USA Authors and Papers Nicolás DIANA MENENDEZ. France Restructurations and railways workers strikes in France Martín ARMELINO. Una exploración sobre los empleados públicos argentinos afiliados a ATE y la CTA Cécile GUILLAUME. USA Attacks on collective bargaining: Lessons from the Metropolitan Union of Postal Clerks 1937-1962 14:30 . the state and Chinese workers: the foxconn experience Ya LIU. France Equal pay rights and public sector unionism: The story of a long lasting mobilization in the UK (1960-2010) Rachel BRICKNER.14:00 315 The attack on public sector unionism and labor’s response Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizer: Kim VOSS. Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Université de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines / Printemps CNRS.16:00 360 RC44 Business Meeting Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizer: Jennifer CHUN. University of Hong Kong. Canada Becoming political: Teachers’ activism in the face of Michigan’s public education crisis Martha ECKER.Ngai PUN and Lulu FAN. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento/UBA. China The concept of the working class and China’s social stratification Eli FRIEDMAN.17:45 409 Trade unions in the green economy Joint Session RC44 Labor Movements (host committee) RC24 Sociology of Work Location: 29 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Friday 3 August 09:00 . Université de Nancy II / Irénée. Guangzhou. Hong Kong Vocational education and the new generation of working class in China Siufu TANG. University of Nottingham.

Johannesburg. Universidad de Córdoba. Middlebury College. Kelowna. CEPS/INSTEAD. Luxembourg The literature on trade union revitalization: An example of an alliance between researchers and labour movement Authors and Papers Cesar RODRIGUEZ.12:15 493 Organizing the production of alternative visions to support social justice Joint Session RC44 Labor Movements (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society Location: 29 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . Colombia Unpacking transnational activist networks: An analysis of anti-sweatshop campaigns in the US-caribbean basin apparel industry (1990-2008) Marcos ANCELOVICI. local power: Labor transnationalism from North America to the global south Manuel ROSALDO. Canada Knowledge production and counter-expertise in transnational antisweatshop networks Jamie McCALLUM. Canada and Alex MOCHNACKI. Universidade de los Andes. McGill University. Sociology/Anthropology. Germany The role of intellectuals in the circulation of knowledge in south African labour movement. Montreal. South Africa Wal-Mart and transnational union solidarity in the south African competition tribunal process 12:30 . Birmingham. Canada  285  . McMaster University. crossing space: The JfJ and organizing cleaners for global strength Bridget KENNY.Authors and Papers Sakhela BUHLUNGU. Argentina and Victor CALERO. University of Pretoria. United Kingdom Transnational solidarity in global supply chains: Where are the ‘pinch points’ and what are the levers for global networks to improve labour conditions? 10:45 . University of the Witwatersrand. Argentina Ercüment CELIK. Colombia Chair: Robert O’BRIEN. Universidade de los Andes. BC. South Africa The labour movement and intellectuals in post-apartheid South Africa: A troubled relationship Marisa FASSI. Department of Management. VT Global unions. University of Paris I. UBC Okanagan. Argentina Legal activists and intellectuals interactions with workers who are on the margins of law in Córdoba. University of Freiburg. McMaster University Chair: Edward WEBSTER. Universita degli studi di milano. Berkeley.16:00 575 Building Transnational Solidarity among National Labor Movements Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizer: Robert O’BRIEN.14:00 537 Making transnational networks more effective vehicles for North-South and South-South labor solidarity Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizer: Cesar RODRIGUEZ. University of the Witwatersrand Authors and Papers Luis AGUIAR. Middlebury. Canada Jumping scale. CA Transnational networks and organizing in the informal sector: Waste pickers respond to challenges and opportunities of globalization Pamela ROBINSON and Helen RAINBIRD. France Negotiations: A case where intellectuals invested with and by labor activists Adrien THOMAS. 1970s-1980s Maïlys GANTOIS. University of Birmingham. McGill University. University of California at Berkeley.

Switzerland 10:45 . Brooklyn. University of Berne. producir. Facultad de Ciencias SocialesUniversidad de la República. El problema de la sustentabilidad en las experiencias de gestión colectiva del trabajo Carina BALLADARES. resistir. Montreal. University of Montreal. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani Authors and Papers Anabel REIRO. Buenos Aires. Canada Collective action within cross-border union alliances: Evidence from two contrasting case studies {*} Melanie DUFOUR-POIRIER. Germany  286  . Montevideo. Uruguay La recuperación del trabajo y los procesos de democratización en Uruguay Wednesday 1 August 10:45 .12:15 693 Worker’s taking over factories as a response to capital taking away jobs: Reflections on experiences in Argentina and elsewhere Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizers: José ITZIGSOHN. Brown University and Julian REBON. Ciudad de Buenos Aires. sostener. Sociología. HEC Montreal. Facultad de Filosofia y Letras UBA. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. University of Konstanz.10:30 618 Challenging the logic of neoliberalism: Labor-feminist coalitions and workfamily policy campaigns Joint Session RC32 Women in Society RC44 Labor Movements (host committee) Location: 29 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions RC45 Rational Choice Programme Coordinator: Hanno SCHOLTZ. Argentina Las tensiones de la igualdad en las empresas recuperadas Saturday 4 August 09:00 . University of Montreal.12:15 81 Social capital: Current research on the construction of social capital Location: 453 {NB} Session Organizer: Hanno SCHOLTZ. Brown University.Carolina BANK MUNOZ. UBA-Facultad de Ciencias Sociales. RI Recuperated enterprises: Changing work? Maria Ines FERNANDEZ ALVAREZ. NY Transnational solidarity in organizing against Wal-Mart Melanie DUFOUR-POIRIER. Argentina El trabajo "a façon" y los ritmos de la vida asociativa en una empresa recuperada del conurbano bonaerense Rodrigo SALGADO. Instituto de Ciencias Antropologicas. Brooklyn College and The Graduate Center-City University of New York. Argentina Ocupar. Human Resources Department. Canada and Marc-Antonin HENNEBERT. Canada Transnational trade union coalition: Evidence from Chile and Peru José ITZIGSOHN.

Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. and rationality in the Global South Location: 453 {NB} Session Organizer: Hanno SCHOLTZ. Universitat de Girona.12:15 269 RC45 Business Meeting Location: 453 {NB} Session Organizer: Hanno SCHOLTZ. Spain Distributive effects and moral justification of corruption Francisco José LEON-MEDINA. Chile La reactivación de la acción colectiva en Chile: Una mirada desde la sociología analítica 10:45 . Germany  287  . Argentina Clase.10:30 207 Embedded rational choice in institutional change Location: 453 {NB} Session Organizer: Hanno SCHOLTZ. Germany. Spain and Jordi TENA. Japan Institutional arrangements and social capital: Brazilian immigrants in Japan and their chances for upward mobility Gonzalo SEID. University of Konstanz Authors and Papers Hanno SCHOLTZ.Authors and Papers Guido MEHLKOP . Universidad Torcuato di Tella. Germany Friday 3 August 09:00 . 1750-2030 Marcelo Raimundo DA SILVA. Peter GRAEFF . Universidad de Buenos Aires . Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Germany Three equilibria and two waves of change: A short model of modernity. Spain Self-interest. Germany. Sebastian SATTLER3 and Carsten SAUER3. Germany Normative and rational forces driving corrupt decisions among students within social networks: A vignette study 1 2 Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Centro de Estudios Andaluces. (2) Goethe University Frankfurt.10:30 447 Social capital: Current research on bases and outcomes Location: 453 {NB} Session Organizer: Hanno SCHOLTZ. choices. Argentina Applying rational choice and historical institutionalism in the study of national security policies in Brazil (1995-2010) Francisco BAEZ URBINA. frames. (1) University of Erfurt. University of Konstanz. Jose A. Spain and Gloria MARTINEZ-COUSINOU. and social influence. género y capital social 12:30 . NOGUERA and Jordi TENA-SANCHEZ. University of Konstanz. Universidad Arte y Ciencias Sociales. An on-line experimental test of the informative effects of law Francisco LEON. reciprocity and public support for the redistributive role of the state Mario MOLINA. JAIME-CASTILLO. (3) Bielefeld University. Chile Power resources theory: A reconstruction mico-macro Hirohisa TAKENOSHITA.14:00 100 Actors. University of Konstanz. Germany Authors and Papers Antonio M. Shizuoka University. Pontificia Universidad Católica. University of Konstanz. University of Málaga. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Spain Rationality.

Japan Interaction between public policy and social capital: Child-care policy and birth rate RC46 Clinical Sociology Programme Coordinator: Jan Marie FRITZ. and what may or may not be left behind when their work is done Norma TAKEUTI and Marlos Alves BEZERRA. Japan Effects of social capital on romance and marriage Masayuki KANAI. Tohoku University.12:15 508 The evolution of networks and social co-operation Location: 453 {NB} Session Organizer: Hanno SCHOLTZ. Brazil Challenging their destiny: Interventions with marginalized youth in Brazil 10:45 . University of Cincinnati. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte. USA What researchers bring to communities. USA The global diffusion of the healthy cities/communities movement Emma PORIO. University of Konstanz.14:00 111 Community Development and Social Justice Location: 413 {NB} Session Organizer: Emma PORIO. Children’s Memorial HospitalChicago. University of Cincinnati. National Chengchi University. Philippines Climate change adaptation and structures of power in community interventions Jenifer CARTLAND. Germany Ethnic capital. USA Authors and Papers Harry PERLSTADT. Taiwan Embeddedness of innovations Yoshimichi SATO. Senshu University.Authors and Papers Benjamin SCHULZ. Germany Explaining access to individual social capital Jun KOBAYASHI. Philippines  288  . USA Wednesday 1 August 10:45 . social capital and immigrants’ labour market integration in Germany Sören PETERMANN. Ateneo de Manila University. Taiwan and Yi-jr LIN. Germany Authors and Papers Ray-May HSUNG. Michigan State University. Seikei University.12:15 62 Essentials of Community Intervention Location: 413 {NB} Session Organizer: Jan Marie FRITZ. University of Mannheim. Japan Coverage of social capital and utility function of actors involved: Toward a clearer understanding of functions of social capital 12:30 . Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity. Ateneo de Manila University.

University of Crete. Brazil Authors and Papers U. Sexuality. South Africa Authors and Papers Olga GUZHVA and Dmytro CHUCHKO. Greece Social representations and social identity of the exprisoners in Greece: A social clinical psychological approach Hans Petter SAND.S. Ukraine Socio-cultural context of corruption U.Valentine RIGAS.ENSP/FIOCRUZ. University of Waterloo. Iran Gender and social justice in Iran Abdul-Mumin SA’AD. and Emmanouela PAPA. PANDEY. Université du Québec en Outaouais. Cristina GUILAM and André PEREIRA NETO. Nigeria Gender. Norway Investigating power and democracy Thursday 2 August 10:45 . India A case study of disability.16:00 159 Gender. TAYLOR-COLE. Cape Verde Développement local et droits des femmes W.O. University of Crete. India The role of Indian judiciary with special reference to global IP regime 14:30 . University of Johannesburg. Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública .S. V. Fundação Getúlio Vargas. society/culture and HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa: The case of Nigeria Jan Marie FRITZ. Canada Tackling Healthcare Cost Issue with a Population Health Perspective: Challenges and Strategies Daniel PEREIRA ANDRADE. Disability and Social Justice Location: 413 {NB} Chair: Anastasia Valentine RIGAS. PANDEY. USA Gender and inclusive peacebuilding 12:30 . sexuality. University of Agder.14:00 296 Health and Justice Location: 413 {NB} Session Organizer: Norma TAKEUTI. Brazil Internet as a tool for health promotion projects  289  . Greece Co-Chair: Marlos Alves BEZERRA. Agra University. Brazil Authors and Papers Weizhen DONG. Brazil La resposabilité individuelle et l’automanagement émotionnel Helena GARBIN. Mount Royal University. Universidade Federal do RN. Canada Social justice initiatives: Community development projects Anastasia.N. University of Cincinnati. Islamic Azad University. economic globalization in India Saeid YARMOHAMMADI. University of Maiduguri. Agra University.12:15 239 Corruption and Globalization: Open discussion Location: 413 {NB} Session Organizer: Tina UYS. Karazin Kharkiv National University.Authors and Papers Denyse CÔTÉ. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte.

Universidade Federal da Paraíba. Argentina Public administration teams: Leadership and motivation  290  . Canada Pratiques de cogestion à visée critique et démocratisation des organisations publiques de santé brésiliennes : Analyse critique de cas Tina UYS.12:15 470 Accreditation of Clinical. University of Cincinnati. University of Tampa. Nigeria Universal declaration of human rights and cultural diversity in Nigeria Isabelle RUELLAND. Universidad Montevideo. Universidad Buenos Aires. University of Cincinnati. University of Maiduguri. Université de Montréal. USA Authors and Papers Alejandro SALDAÑA. South Africa Whistleblowing and ubuntu: The influence of national cultures on whistleblowing intentions 604 12:30 . Brazil Secular state x spiritualized knowledge: Reflections on the practices of traditional midwives in Brazil and its rightful place Viviana ARBELO. Argentina Authors and Papers Anamaria ARAUJO FELICE.14:30 . College of Southern Nevada. USA Program accreditation: A professional exchange Norma WINSTON. Michigan State University.16:00 Friday 3 August 09:00 . Universidad Veracruzana. University of Johannesburg.14:00 553 RC46 Business Meeting and Award Presentations Location: 413 {NB} Session Organizer: Jan Marie FRITZ. USA Accreditation: What does It take? 16:15 . USA Authors and Papers Melodye LEHNERER. USA 10:45 . Uruguay The history and development of clinical sociology in Uruguay Jan Marie FRITZ.16:00 361 RC46 Business Meeting Location: 413 {NB} Session Organizer: Jan Marie FRITZ. Applied and Engaged Public Sociology and Interdisciplinary Programs in the US and Other Countries: Open Discussion Location: 413 {NB} Session Organizer: Harry PERLSTADT. Universidad Buenos Aires. Children’s Memorial Hospital-Chicago. Mexico Metáforas del sufrimiento laboral Danieli SIQUEIRA. USA 14:30 . Ukraine Authors and Papers Abdul-Mumin SA’AD.17:45 406 Social Justice and Democratization Location: 413 {NB} Session Organizer: Olga GUZHVA.10:30 454 The History and Current Status of Clinical Sociology in Nations and Regions: Open Discussion Location: 413 {NB} Chair: Viviana ARBELO. University of Cincinnati. USA Clinical sociology and human rights Work and Clinical Sociology Location: 413 {NB} Session Organizer: Jenifer CARTLAND.

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.12:15 52 Bridging sociologies. Globalisation. SGS Economics & Planning Pty Ltd. France Recherche. Canada The expression of memory as politics: An insight from recent mobilizations in Chile (2005-2011) Tiago CUNHA. State University of Campinas. Italy and Maria da Glória GOHN. Sapienza University of Rome. University of Ottawa. and Silvana QUEIROZ. Seijo University.14:00 Wednesday 1 August 9:00 .Saturday 4 August 10:45 . Pusan National University. South Korea  291  . Université de Lille 3. South Africa Mediation in South Africa: Practice and Training Norma TAKEUTI. publication et “grands secrets” Joint Session RC48 Social Movements. University of Bonn. University of Maiduguri. Brazil Getting a job (but not anywhere). Brazil 12:30 . Japan Chair: Seung Kuk KIM. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte.10:30 23 New Trends and Theoretical Approach in the Field of Social Mobilizations and Social Change 103 Anti-nuclear movements after Fukushima disaster Location: 302 {OB} Session Organizer: Shujiro YAZAWA. Universidad Estatal de Campinas. Brazil Dispositivos.12:15 692 Using Clinical Sociology to Improve Society Location: 413 {NB} Session Organizer: Abdul-Mumin SA’AD. Nigeria Authors and Papers Melodye LEHNERER. Germany New concepts of belonging in a globalized world Gerson OLIVEIRA. cosmopolitanism and the individual Location: 302 {OB} Chair: Henri lustiger THALER. College of Southern Nevada. sentidos y mecanismos causales de la acción colectiva contestatária RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements Programme Coordinators: Antimo Luigi FARRO. Brazil Action collective des jeunes d’une communauté et modes de subjectivation Olivier CHANTRAINE. Job opportunities as one of the major determinants of the intrametropolitan migration flows in metropolitan area of Campinas Marcus SPILLER. USA Authors and Papers Marie-Christine DORAN. USA Training the next generation of social change agents Anton SENEKAL. University of Johannesburg. Australia Social justice and the centralisation of governance in the Australian metropolis: A case study of Melbourne Eva YOUKHANA. Collective Actions and Social Change (host committee) RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements Location: 38 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . Ramapo College.

1894–2010 Isabel MARTINS. Brazil Sociology. Canada Authors and Papers Susana MANGANA. UFRGS.11 Fukushima in Japan: From the sociology of action Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Brazil A experênciada tradução cultural nas redes transnacionais de movimentos sociais Maria da Glória GOHN. SUNY Stony Brook. USA State repression and collective action Chungse JUNG. Federal University of Pernambuco. Japan Actors/movements around nuclear energy and radioactive contamination after 3.11 Eiji HAMANISHI. based on the work of Jose de Souza Martins Antonio Cesar Machado SILVA. Seijo University.Authors and Papers Shujiro YAZAWA. UBA. Brazil Authors and Papers Paulo Henrique Martins MARTINS DE ALBUQUERQUE. Brazil and Céli REGINA. Francia Chair: Fernando CALDERON. Universidad de Buenos Aires. USA Pink public transit in Mexico city: Evaluating womenonly transportation as a feminist movement {*} Céli Regina JARDIM PINTO. Japan Anti-nucear avtivism in Tokyo after 3. Guilherme Martins e Maria Idelvita Martins. Uruguay Social mobilization in the Arab world and democratization Fernanda PAGE POMA. Japan Thoughts and actions of social movements concerning the nuclear in Japan Daishiro NOMIYA. Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro. Bolivia Co-Chair: Marie-Christine DORAN. colonialism and social practices in Latin America 14:30 . Universidade Federal de Sergipe. Fundación UNIR. University of Brasília. Brazil Contra-hegemonic social movements and the international cooperation for development in Latin America  292  . Brazil Urban development and modernity unfinished: A reading of the phenomenon of lynching in Brazilian society. Tsuru University. UFRGS. University of Brasília. Universidad Católica del Uruguay. Universidad Estatal de Campinas. SUNY Stony Brook.10:30 215 Latin American social movements and social justice in the Global South Location: 302 {OB} Chair: Emilio TADDEI.16:00 155 Conflicts. University of Ottawa. Japan Transformation of the antinuclear drive in post-war Japan Yuko HIRABAYASHI. USA World-historical structure and dynamics of protest waves on the global south. Binghamton University. Brasil. social movements and democracy in the global era Location: 302 {OB} Session Organizer: Yvon LE BOT. Universidade Federal de Pelotas. Brazil Responsabilidad como justicia: Espacios de los movimientos sociales en democracias emergentes Flávia LESSA DE BARROS. Sophia University. Panelists: Flávia LESSA DE BARROS. Brazil Sociology of Latin-American movements: Practices and theories Angela PAIVA. Notre Dame Seishin Univertisy. Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. Brazil Democratizing the Brazilian public shpere: New dynamics in the relationship between the state and black social movements Amy GRAGLIA.

Brazil Los sentidos de la exclusión en América Latina Fernando CALDERON. Complejización de las formas ejercicio de la política territorial en el marco de la instalación de los movimientos de trabajadores desocupados (GBA-Argentina) Authors and Papers Seung Kuk KIM and Jung Rae CHO. Facultad de Letras. University of Chile. Vanderbilt University. South Korea Why are the citizens of Pusan so silent? Tasuku SASAKI. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. Pusan National University. USA Chair: Larry ISAAC.10:45 . Chile Authors and Papers Luiz CASTRO-SANTOS. Brazil Panelist: Manuel Antonio GARRETON. South Korea Frame convergence into social justice: The Korean engagement into transnational food sovereignty movements Ryoko KOSUGI. Brazil Rural education movement. Ben Gurion university. Japan Effects in local areas of global justice movement: Anti-G8 protests in Japan. CONICET-UBA/CEL-UNSAM. tensions in the struggle for a social right and the signs of public policies Lev GRINBERG. indiviualización y clase media María MANEIRO. Argentina Participacion de las organizaciones de la sociedad civil en el proceso de democratizacion en Córdoba. and how do movements matter? Consequences of social movements Location: 302 {OB} Session Organizer: Larry ISAAC. University of Tokyo. where. Bolivia La confluctualitad in América Latina Maria Antônia de SOUZA. Okinawa in 2000 and Hokkaido in 2008 14:30 . USA 12:30 . Argentina periodo 1983/2010 Loza JESUS. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Tohoku University. Fundación UNIR. Mexico Globalismo. Japan Japanese student movements in the global 1960s: Encounter of the local context and the transnational context Kyoko TOMINAGA. Kyoto.12:15 278 ¿Repolitización de las movilizaciones sociales en América Latina? Location: 302 {OB} Chair: Maria da Glória GOHN. Japan El movimiento de solidaridad al pueblo latinoamericano en Japón Suk-Ki KONG and Hyun-Chin LIM. Sophia University  293  . Vanderbilt University. Universidad de Kioto. Universiad de Guadalajara.14:00 295 Forms of social justice: Localism and globalism in Asian context Location: 302 {OB} Chair: Daishiro Nomiya.16:00 368 Urban movements in the new metropolitan context Joint Session RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements (host committee) RC21 Regional and Urban Development Location: 302 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 16:15 . Seoul National University.17:45 410 When. Argentina Polifonías urbanas. Universidade Tuiuti do Paraná. Universidad Estatal de Campinas. Israel Traveling resistance: From Egypt to Chile through Israel and Spain Nilda Ines TORCIGLIANI.

14:00 543 Radical movements examine a political and social order Location: 302 {OB} Chair: Antimo Luigi FARRO. University of Tokyo. Chile Authors and Papers Flavia BRAGA VIEIRA. Belgium Indignados and occupiers: A reactive. el corporativismo. IESP-UERJ. United Kingdom Does protest work? Contentious collective action and social spending in Latin America. Brazil Contribution to the theory of social movements on the Internet Henri LUSTIGER THALER. United Kingdom and Fulya ERDEMCI.12:15 473 Authors meets actors: Dialogues between academia and Latin American social movements Location: 302 {OB} Chair: Manuel Antonio GARRETON. Universidad Federal Rural de Rio de Janeiro. University of California-Santa Barbara. HIV-related vulnerability and AIDS activism in Mexico Renata VARELLA. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Brazil and Breno BRINGEL.0 Location: 302 {OB} Chair: Antimo Luigi FARRO. Canada Spreading the word: Collective action and networking in a Web 2. Brazil Educación. Oxford University. Ramapo College. publics and social-spatial transformation Hector Eloy RIVAS SANCHEZ. Universidade Bandeirante. creative and democratic movement Mariana GIORGETTI VALENTE. Italy Co-Chair: Silvana QUEIROZ. University of London. 1970-2008 Cassandra ENGEMAN. Brazil Nuevos actores en el movimiento por los derechos de los adolescentes en São Paulo: La cooptación. Università Roma Sapienza. formación política e internacionalismo en los movimientos sociales rurales latinoamericanos contemporáneos Maria do Carmo ALBUQUERQUE. Italy Authors and Papers Geoffrey PLEYERS. Brazil  294  . USA Re-visiting Mannheim: Memory. Brazil La tríada de la política urbana de conciliación de clases en Brasil 10:45 . global collective action and inter-subjectivity Sandra RODRIGUEZ. University of Montreal. USP. SKOR Foundation for Art and Public Domain.10:30 448 Social Movement 2. Universidade Federal de São Paulo. Netherlands Urban composition – Artists. Università di Roma La Sapienza. University of Chile. USA Outcomes of US union mobilization for workplace leave in California and Pennsylvania Shun HARADA. Brazil La experiencia de acción colectiva en la vila acaba mundo: Una reflexión sobre la construcción de conocimento Friday 3 August 09:00 . Japan The conditions and the consequences of the movement demanding the civil society institutions: The case of NPO law in Japan Sandro OLIVEIRA. Universidad Estatal de Río de Janeiro. la institucionalización – Una confrontación entre las evaluaciones académicas y de los propios activistas Andrea PHILLIPS.0 driven generation 12:30 .Authors and Papers Barbara ZARATE. Canada Neoliberal policies. FNRS/UC Louvain & CADIS/ EHESS.

Mexico and Cristina PINEDA ECHEVERRI. Italy Forms of the European spring: The no tav movement Aline Michelle Nascimento AUGUSTINHO. Santa Cruz y Guayaquil Daniela SLIPAK. France Comparing (In)security in public spaces Verónica SILVA REINOSO UNAM. Colombia Enclaves del poder sub-nacional y procesos de democratización en Medellín.10:30 23 New Trends and Theoretical Approach in the Field of Social Mobilizations and Social Change  295  . Colombia and Brazil Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Universidade Estadual Paulista “Júlio de Mesquita Filho”. Brazil 1968 and the modernity’s crisis: The Brazilian student's movement as a new “social actor” Cristiano RODRIGUES. Seoul National University. Brazil and Roberta CAVA. Spain and Debal SINGHAROY. Collective Actions and Social Change Programme Coordinators: Benjamín TEJERINA. South Korea Authors and Papers Sophie BODY-GENDROT.Authors and Papers Efe Can GURCAN.16:00 577 Civil society against violence Location: 302 {OB} Chair: Hyun-Chin LIM. Universidad Nacional de San Martín. ‘buen vivir’ and voluntary simplicity: New lifestyles and political commitments Joint Session RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements (host committee) RC24 Environment and Society Location: 302 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . South Korea Co-Chair: Suk-Ki KONG. Università Roma Sapienza.10:30 639 RC47 Business Meeting Location: 302 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Antimo Luigi FARRO. Brazil Black Social Movements. Argentina La razón de la violencia. State University Milan. Seoul National University. UFSCAR. Canada Building popular-democratic alternatives in Latin America: A comparative analysis of post-neoliberal movements in Venezuela and Argentina Raffaele SCIORTINO. Italy 10:45 . Italy and Emiliana ARMANO. Un análisis de la revista cristianismo y revolución en la Argentina de los años sesenta y setenta Louis ESPARZA. IESP . University of the Basque Country. Simon Fraser University. State University Milan. Indira Gandhi National Open University. USA Post cold war civil society mobilization in Colombia RC48 Social Movements.UERJ. University Paris-Sorbonne. India Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Universidad de los Andes.12:15 657 Climate justice. California State University-Los Angeles.

University of Leipzig. Germany Chair: Helena FLAM. demands and result in a global world Location: 38 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Francisco Baez URBINA. University of Leipzig. University of California. University of Coimbra. Chile Chile 2011. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro.12:15 56 Creativity. Chile Enfoques teóricos y metodológicos para el estudio de la acción colectiva en el resurgimiento de los movimientos sociales en Chile: El aporte de la sociología analítica {*} Jaime GARRIDO CASTILLO JAIME. Freie Universität Berlin. USA A specter haunts the neoliberal globe: Reworking the communist hypothesis through the chilean student movement Caitlin FOX-HODESS. Universidad Diego Portales. Collective Actions and Social Change (host committee) RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements Location: 38 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . Universidad de La Frontera. University of Arts and Social Sciences. Chile Movimientos sociales en escena. USA La eleccion de Sebastian Piñera y la paradoja de una oposicion creciente en contra del neoliberalismo de parte de la clase trabajadora urbana en Chile Victor Daniel MUÑOZ TAMAYO. University of Halmstad. Brazil A small revolution: Young favela dwellers and audiovisual production Rosimeire SILVA. Universidad de Chile. Argentina “Jaia eta borroka”: Political ethnographies of cultural activism amidst a context of illegalization in the basque country Lia ROCHA. Portugal Affects and the struggle for recognition: The nacional street population movement in Brazil {*}  296  . Universidad de La Frontera. Chile El contexto sistémico y el factor generacional en los agravios y la política del movimiento universitario chileno Leonardo CANCINO PEREZ. desde el largo letargo a la acción colectiva Mauricio GARCIA. el fin de los partidos el renacimiento de la política {*} 10:45 . Germany Artistic protest strategies: The critical art ensemble Ignacia PERUGORRIA. Germany Authors and Papers Eva SCHMITZ. Sweden ‘Boss of your own belly’ – The creativity of the social protest for womenxs social justice in Sweden during the 1970s Nina PETER.Joint Session RC48 Social Movements.14:00 110 Collective action and the rebirth of social movements for social and economic justice in Chile: causes. University of Pittsburgh. Chile Authors and Papers Gabriel CHOUHY. Rutgers University. emotion and risk Location: 38 {OB} Session Organizer: Helena FLAM.

” political opportunity.14:00 318 Visual Representation of Injustice and Exclusion Joint Session RC48 Social Movements. Spain and Asun PIE BALAGUER. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia. FERREIRA. Part I Joint Session RC48 Social Movements. Joint Session RC36 Alienation Theory and Research (host committee) RC48 Social Movements. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Part I Location: 38 {OB} Session Organizer: Sharon BARNARTT. Part II. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Part II Location: 38 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Sharon BARNARTT.14:30 . Miguel A. USA Mapping worldwide efforts to combat human trafficking Sharon BARNARTT.16:00 158 From alienation to empowerment. Universitat de Barcelona.16:00 338 From alienation to empowerment. Collective Actions and Social Change RC07 Futures Research (host committee) Location: APT 16 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Part I Joint Session RC36 Alienation Theory and Research (host committee) RC48 Social Movements. Eduardo DIAZ VELAZQUEZ. publics. Gallaudet University. Spain. Collective Actions and Social Change Location: 452 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 16:15 .12:15 248 Imagining futures: Social movements. Spain Disability rights movement in Spain: From the UN convention to the “indignation” in the streets 12:30 . Soledad ARNAU RIPOLLES.17:45 383 Democratization movements and human rights. USA 2001 as the year of disability protests: Diffusion of the “arab spring. Collective Actions and Social Change (host committee) TG05 Visual Sociology Location: 38 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . and contentious politics. USA Authors and Papers Stephanie LIMONCELLI. Gallaudet University. USA  297  . Spain. Loyola Marymount University. Gallaudet University.10:30 204 Democratization movements and human rights. Collective Actions and Social Change Location: 452 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . or the UN convention? Miriam ARENAS CONEJO.

UBA. University of Leipzig. Universidad Nacional de San Martin. Argentina Las organizaciones sociales en los conjuntos oficialistas: Identidades parciales y definiciones de pertenencia en el MST y en organizaciones sociales kirchneristas (primer gobierno de Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva y gobierno de Néstor Kirchner) Brenda PEREYRA. articulación Location: 38 {OB} Session Organizers: Antonia MUÑOZ. Argentina Authors and Papers Pablo LAPEGNA. Argentina and Ismael GUALDI. Argentina Movimientos sociales y estado en el kirchnerismo (2003-2009). IDIHCS-UNLP CONICET. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Mexico  298  . Germany Transnational social movement as a governance Babushka Sebastian PEREYRA. Collective Actions and Social Change Location: APT 16 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 . Argentina Exceso y defecto: Movilización política e institucionalidad democrática. Los cambios en las estrategias y marcos interpretativos del movimiento de derechos humanos de Argentina frente al “kirchnerismo” (2003-2011) 12:30 .12:15 491 Movimientos sociales actuales en América Latina II. IDIHCS-UNLP CONICET. Universidad Nacional de Lanús. Argentina and Lidia VILLAR.14:00 533 Imagining futures: Social movements. University of Georgia. Mexico. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. Posturas frente a la arena político-institucional: Participación. Universidade Bandeirante. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani-UBA.14:00 539 Movimientos sociales actuales en América Latina. Un aporte germaniano {*} Friday 3 August 10:45 . and contentious politics . Argentina Marcos interpretativos en torno a los comedores populares en Lanús y la influencia en la toma de decisiones sobre este espacio Alejandro ROLDAN. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Argentina De la confrontación a la cooperación. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana.Authors and Papers Helena FLAM. Fernanda Valeria TORRES. publics. USA Popular movements and patronage politics: Understanding demobilization processes in contemporary Argentina Enrique ANDRIOTTI ROMANIN. Brazil El movimiento social por los derechos de los niños y adolescentes en São Paulo: Su momento y su sitio en la construcción de la política pública de derechos {*} María Dolores ROCCA RIVAROLA. Part III Location: 38 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Antonia MUÑOZ. UBA.Part II Joint Session RC07 Futures Research (host committee) RC48 Social Movements. Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata . La FTV y la gestión de políticas sociales {*} German PEREZ. Argentina El impacto de la movilización de familiares de víctimas de la violencia policial en Argentina Maria do Carmo ALBUQUERQUE. Argentina Chair: Fernanda Valeria TORRES. oposición.CONICET.

Argentina. política internacional y agendas globales en Argentina y México Pilar ALZINA. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Argentina Chairs: Antonia MUÑOZ. Mexico. La implementación de políticas públicas para la inclusión de sociedades civiles en las agendas de política exterior. Brazil Autonomia: Visiones de los autores y atores sociales Danilo DE SOUZA MORAIS and Paulo César RAMOS. Brazil Relations between NGOs. UFSCar. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Universidad de Santiago de Compostela. IDIHCSUNLP CONICET. Ana NATALUCCI3 and María Soledad GATTONI3. Universidad Nacional de Misiones. Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo. Argentina and Lidia VILLAR. (3) CONICET. Part III Joint Session RC07 Futures Research (host committee) RC48 Social Movements. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. 1997-2011) 14:30 . Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. and contentious politics. CABA. Mexico Globalizaciones y nuevas diplomacias en las américas. institutionalization and legitimacy Natalina RIBEIRO. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Celia DRAGANCHUK.Authors and Papers Maria Carolina DYSMAN and Emmanuel RAPIZO. IIGG/UBA. Fernanda Valeria TORRES. Argentina Territorios disputados. Posturas frente a la arena político-institucional: Participación. Argentina Problemáticas y desafíos regionales en contextos de desigualdad y dominación: Movimientos sociales ambientalistas en oposición y articulación con otros actores políticos {*} Saturday 4 August 09:00 . social movements and state: Symbolic boundaries. Mariela DACHARY and Devora PETRUF. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani.16:00 597 RC48 Business Meeting Location: 38 {OB}  299  . German PEREZ2. Un estudio de caso de la organización barrial tupac amaru (OBTA) {*} Myriam BARONE. Collective Actions and Social Change Location: APT 16 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 09:00 . Brazil Presupuesto participativo y sus efectos sobre la sociedad civil en el caso de Porto Alegre Antonio ALEJO. (2) Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Movilización política y procesos de institucionalizacion en niveles locales de gobierno (Argentina. publics.10:30 625 Imagining futures: Social movements. Argentina Resistencia e integración: La institucionalización de los movimientos sociales. oposición. (1) Universidad de Buenos Aires. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina.10:30 635 Movimientos sociales actuales en América Latina I. Brazil Movimiento de la juventud negra y nuevos espacios políticos e institucionales: La lucha contra el “genocidio del joven negro” en los consejos y conferencias sectoriales en Brasil Fernando SIMOES NOGUEIRA. Mexico and Lidia VILLAR. articulación Location: 38 {OB} Session Organizers: Antonia MUÑOZ. Argentina Authors and Papers Federico SCHUSTER1.

Mexico El movimiento ambiental en monterrey: Acciones colectivas e identidad Gabriela DELAMATA. Argentina and Sebastián BARROS. Del 19 y 20 de diciembre en los barrios porteños al 15-M español: Similitudes y diferencias entre movimientos David PULIDO. Universidade Federal do Pará/UFPA.CONICET. CONICET-UNPAUNPSJB. Marisa VON BULOW2 and Rebecca ABERS2. Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Université du Québec en Outaouais.Juan WAHREN. Canada Political society. and North Africa Location: 38 {OB} Chair: Graciela DI MARCO. San Diego State University. Brazil The indigenous movement in Brazil and the processes of collective action {*} 12:30 .12:15 655 Acciones colectivas y luchas democratizadoras en Latinoamérica. Universidad nacional de La Plata. social movements and the workers’ party in Brazil Maria Virginia QUIROGA. Collective Actions and Social Change RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology (host committee) Location: APT 120 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . revueltas árabes e indignados. Brazil Environmental networks in state and society: A comparative view of the southern cone {*} Authors and Papers Hank JOHNSTON. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani . Argentina Tensiones entre movimientos sociales y gobiernos progresistas. Argentina De la movilización a la institucionalización. La experiencia de organizaciones sociales de matriz nacional popular en el gobierno de la provincia de Buenos Aires durante el periodo 2002 . USA Movimientos democráticos en régimenes autoritarios de alta capacidad: Comparaciones desde el Medio Oriente. Spain Los “indignados” toman las plazas.14:00 703 Democratising science and technology through protests and mobilizations for social justice Joint Session RC48 Social Movements. Relaciones Internacionales y Ciencia Política. Europe. Argentina  300  . y la China Sergio TAMAYO. en el cambio social Noelia MONGE. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. CONICET-UNRC.2010 {*} Ricardo GUTIERREZ1. la Rusia. y Norte de Africa / Collective action and democratization struggles in Latin America. UN de San Martín-CONICET. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Bolivia Charmain LEVY. UBA . México Participación ciudadana.Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina De las prácticas articulatorias entre movilización social y gobiernos: Notas sobre las experiencias de Argentina y Bolivia en el siglo XXI Nuria YABKOWSKI. Argentina Movimientos sociales y derecho {*} Eneida ASSIS. Argentina. Las disputas por el territorio y los recursos naturales del pueblo Guaraní en Tarija. Europa. (1) Universidad de San Martín. Argentina Lo “otro” de los movimientos sociales: Hipótesis para pensar el estado hoy {*} juan Ignacio LOZANO. (2) University of Brasilia.

. Spain Talking bodies in public: Embodied activism and strategies for protest Nathaniel PYLE. University of Bremen. Mariela DACHARY.14:00 720 Social movements as embodied collective acts Location: 38 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Tova BENSKI. Mexico El peor crimen es el silencio Myriam BARONE. México and Michael VOEGTLI.16:00 747 Strange bedfellows: Activist affinities across difference Location: 38 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Deborah GOULD. Pedro LISDERO and Lucas AIMAR. Switzerland Authors and Papers Marcelo D’AMICO. Hairy. Switzerland Chairs: Sergio TAMAYO. Argentina Acción colectiva y estructura social neo-colonial: De identidades emergentes y clases sociales Evangelina CARAVACA. Charles University. Argentina Desafíos y retos en la gestión de recursos naturales: Movimientos ambientalistas en la provincia de Misiones en el marco de la construcción de obras hidroeléctricas {*} 14:30 . Czech Republic and Malte STIEBER. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana and Michael VOEGTLI. Argentina Fuegos cruzados. USA and Sebastian HAUNSS. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. Argentina. Bradley University. Brazil The Brazilian homosexual movement and its impact on construction of anti-discriminatory policy agendas in the national constituent assembly of 1987-1988  301  . VU University Amsterdam. Universidad de Lausanne.. USA Authors and Papers Marije BOEKKOOI. Israel Authors and Papers Lois Ruskai MELINA. Universidad Pedagógica Nacional. CIECS-CONICET-UNC. Sentidos en disputa en torno a un estallido social en la provincia de Buenos Aires Tatiana COLLLEBEDEFF. Germany ‘Fuck middle class. Universidad Nacional de Misiones. FLACSO/CONICET. Colman. University of California Santa Cruz.12:30 . USA Fat. University of Konstanz. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Contesting standards of beauty and sexuality in the gay community Darcy LEACH. burning and looting tonight!’: Forging the activist’s body in contemporary Germany Begonya ENGUIX. Universidade de São Paulo. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Union Institute & University. USA Being the change: Performative acts in social movements Bob KURIK.17:45 764 La voz en las calles iberoamericanas: Las manifestaciones públicas como modo de acción Location: 38 {OB} Session Organizers: Sergio TAMAYO. Germany Solidarity and tactical coordination in the german anti-nuclear movement: An event history analysis Priska DAPHI. Netherlands Building and crumbling of solidarity: An examination of the Dutch campaign in the run up to the G8 protests in heiligendamm Rafael DE SOUZA. Sexy. University of California at Santa Barbara. Celia DRAGANCHUK and Devora PETRUF. Universidad de Lausanne. Germany Transnational activism and national affinities: Building cross-sectoral solidarity in global justice movements {*} 16:15 . UNER.

University of Ulm. Germany Authors and Papers Reinhold KILIAN1. University of Manitoba. University of Alabama. University of Ulm. Paulo KLINGLOURENCO1 and Thomas BECKER1. (3) Universität Rostock. Sheba GEORGE. Daniela CROISSANT2. Germany. Germany Chair: Reinhold KILIAN. Brazil New developments in social support practices and private-public collaborations Matt MUTCHLER. Tilman STEINERT1. University of Alabama at Birmingham. USA. Germany. USA Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . AIDS Project Los Angeles.12:15 60 Distinguished Speaker Panel: Emerging Issues in the Sociology of Mental Health Location: 432 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Bronwen LICHTENSTEIN.UNLP CONICET. Germany Explaining differences in involuntary admission practice between German federal states  302  . Ulrike LEMKE3.10:30 17 Involuntary Psychiatric Treatment and the Misuse of Psychiatric Institutions as Instruments of Political Oppression Location: 432 {NB} Session Organizer: Reinhold KILIAN. Peter BRIEGER1. Bryce McDAVITT. Northeastern University. Gerhard LÄNGLE2. USA. USA Sleeping and texting with my phone: Implications for mental health and sexual health promotion among black and latino young men who have sex with men RC49 Mental Health and Illness Programme Coordinator: Bronwen LICHTENSTEIN. University of Alabama. Sabine HERPERTZ4.Fernanda Valeria TORRES. IDIHCS. forensic psychiatry and the prison systems and their influence on admission rates 10:45 . (1) University of Ulm. Argentina Movimientos sociales: Revisitando la categoría identidad desde un enfoque espacial {*} Hans Joachim SALIZE and Harald DRESSING. Germany. USA. (2) Zentrum für Psychiatrie Südwürttemberg. USA Authors and Papers William COCKERHAM and Carrie BETCHER. USA Gender roles and changing patterns of mental health Stanley BRODSKY. (4) Universtiy of Heidelberg. University of Alabama. Germany Interacting mechanisms between general psychiatry. California State University Dominguez Hills. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Canada and Wallis ADAMS. Robert PHILLIPS. USA Societal coercion of individuals into mental health treatment: Therapeutic innovations and ethical implications Breno FONTES. Central Institute of Mental Health-Mannheim. Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science.

and mental health Location: 432 {NB} Session Organizer: Silvia KRUMM. Australia and Friday 3 August 09:00 . Optional Solutions in Healthcare and International Development. Bernard KABUTH1. France Gender disparities of depressive mood and roles of family factors. coping strategies and work environmental stress among nurses in Botswana 10:45 . and unhealthy behaviours among adolescents W. University of Alabama. Germany Authors and Papers Kénora CHAU1. violence.12:15 241 Disaster. University of Alabama. USA Internet advice on disclosure of HIV status to sexual partners in an era of criminalization Thabo FAKO. (1) Université Henri Poincaré. Brazil  303  . University of Ulm. University of Botswana. University of Alabama. Luxembourg. and mental health Location: 432 {NB} Session Organizer: Takashi ASAKURA. Helen HERRMAN. Japan Experience of the 3. University of Melbourne. USA Authors and Papers James LINN. Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and International Development. University of Tokyo.O. USA Co-Chair: Bronwen LICHTENSTEIN. University of Melbourne. Tokyo Gakugei University.14:00 298 HIV/AIDS. (3) University Paris Descartes. and debt: The experience of bankruptcy filers in the United States Atsuro TSUTSUMI. Tokyo Gakugei University. Japan Yuko OHARA-HIRANO. USA Trauma responses to disaster: A tale of two cities 12:30 . and social justice Location: 432 {NB} Session Organizer: J. school difficulty. Japan Authors and Papers Takashi ASAKURA. (2) University of Luxembourg. guilt.10:30 210 Gender.11 disasters and mental health among adolescents in Fukushima. social change. USA Shame. Japan Women’s experiences of traumatic bereavement following the death of a child in the sichuan earthquake 2008 Bronwen LICHTENSTEIN. USA Treatment as prevention: a strategy for eliminating the HIV/AIDS epidemic or a potential misallocation of scarce resources? Bronwen LICHTENSTEIN. Jane FISHER. Australia. France. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Canada Transgenderism and health policy in Canada Ariane PROHASKA. society. Michèle BAUMANN2 and Nearkasen CHAU3. Tokyo Gakugei University.10:30 438 New challenges in mental health policies Location: 432 {NB} Session Organizer: Breno FONTES. Australia. Botswana HIV/AIDS care. Gary LINN. TAYLOR-COLE. social justice. Nagasaki University. Japan The mental health status of Indonesian candidates leaving for Japan after the great east Japan earthquake Yao XU.Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Japan and Kazuko SASAHARA. Mount Royal University. University of Alabama. Monash University.

Denmark Psychosocial strain and conflict management at residential homes for adults and young persons with developmental disorders Rocio Elena SANCHEZ CASTILLO and Nilva Carla VIDAL. Residencia Salud Mental Comunitaria Provincia de Chubut. Universidade Federal. Argentina Diagnóstico comunitario participativo “Barrio Pujol” una mirada de las prácticas discriminatorias en la adolescencia Fátima ALVES. Universidad Nacional de Rosario. Universität Leipzig. Thomas BECKER. Open University.12:15 85 Systemic perspective to think knowledge and cultural management development. Aalborg University. Argentina Wednesday 1 August 10:45 . Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. University of Ulm. Poland New challenges in the policies of mental health care – Comparing the situation of Portugal and Poland Linda SODERBERG. Universidade Federal do Ceará. Switzerland Authors and Papers Erliane MIRANDA. Université Paris Descartes. University of Gothenburg. Mexico  304  .Authors and Papers Kjeld HOEGSBRO.12:15 680 RC49 Business meeting Location: 432 {NB} Chair: Bronwen Lichtenstein. Alienación y enajenación en los trabajadores de la salud pública Reinhold KILIAN. Portugal and Mira MARCINOW. UBA-CONICET. Brazil Narratives about illness by military police officers in Ceara Agostina GIECO. UNAM. Germany The meaning and the assessment of empowerment in patients with psychotic and affective disorders Maia FANSTEN. Jagiellonian University. Brazil Psychotropic drugs: An encapsulated solution? Juliana Livia ANTUNES DA ROCHA. Christine HERTLE. Argentina La insoportable pesadez del ser… profesional de la salud. Sweden The Swedish policies of mental health care as shown in collaboration Larissa SALES. France Modern social renouncers: A new idiom of distress? {*} Saturday 4 August 10:45 . Brazil The place of the other: The difficult dialogue between exclusion and inclusion of individuals with mental disorders RC51 Sociocybernetics Programme Coordinator: Héctor ZAMORANO. Part III Location: 304 {OB} Session Organizer: Margarita MAASS. Bern University of Applied Sciences.12:15 490 Mental health and illness in modern societies Location: 432 {NB} Session Organizer: Dirk Richter. Germany and Herbert MATSCHINGER. University of Alabama 10:45 .

Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla. Universität Osnabrück. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Colombia Meaning understood as juxtaposed networks of communications Isabel KUSCHE. Kyoto University.Authors and Papers Margarita MAASS. Chile Action systems and organizational operation from local reality 14:30 . Germany and Michael PAETAU.14:00 137 Systemic Perspective to think knowledge and cultural management development. Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila. México Abril GAMBOA ESTEVES. Instituto Tecnológico de Querétaro. Colombia Las formas de sentido del conocimiento en las universidades indígenas en México y Colombia Juan Pablo GONNET. Universidad Central.16:00 173 Observing. Komazawa University. Argentina La cultura como observación de segundo orden en sistemas organizacionales Gabriel VELEZ-CUARTAS. Univerisdad Autónoma de Coahuila. CIECS-CONICET. Mexico El turismo cultural. Mexico An educational model. Universidad de Antioquia. Japan Significance of Luhmann’s theory of symbolically generalized media in understanding problem of political power and rule of law  305  . Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana. Mexico De lo análogo a lo digital: Una migración cultural Ana Lucia RECAMAN. una estrategia compleja para el desarrollo social: Estado de Morelos. Part II Location: 304 {OB} Session Organizers: Karl-Heinz SIMON. Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana. Center for Sociocybernetics. Colombia Authors and Papers Liliana RAMIREZ. Mexico Authors and Papers Blanca EVA GONZALEZ.12:15 256 Modern sociological systems theory in social practice. Mexico Culture study as a symbolic dimension of society and a social complex system Kenichi KAWASAKI. measuring and reconstructing emergent meaning Location: 304 {OB} Session Organizer: Liliana RAMIREZ RUIZ. Germany Expectations and meaning: Politics between policy orientation and clientelism 12:30 . UNAM. Mexico Artistas y gestores culturales. University of Kassel. Japan Cultural engagement and global creative cities: Singapore. Conocimiento para el desarrollo social Thursday 2 August 10:45 . Germany Authors and Papers Satoshi IGUCHI. Shanghai and Tokyo cases Carlos LIVACIC. analyzed from the interdisciplinary research Santiago CHIO. Part II Location: 304 {OB} Session Organizer: Margarita MAASS.

Armenia Spot on neglected function systems.16:00 348 Modern sociological systems theory in social practice (A): Applications to societal problems Location: 304 {OB} Session Organizer: Karl-Heinz SIMON. Universidad de Coahuila. Universidade de Brasilia. Brazil A sistemic aproach to crime and deviance 12:30 . (1) Universidade Federal do Paraná. Japan How society is producing its own crisis: A systems theoretical case study of Japan Alisson SOARES. Akita International University. problem resolution. Sergio PIGNUOLI OCAMPO1. Argentina The emergence of a digital communicative media Youichi ITO. University of Geneva. Santiago CALISE3. Argentina. Universidad Nacional de Rosario. (1)Universidad de Buenos Aires. Mexico Complex systems and cybercultur@ Daniel CESAR. Brazil. Japan The Japanese Kuuki theory: As applied to reality construction.14:00 316 The challenge of Sociocybernetics for Cultural and Political Knowing Location: 304 {OB} Session Organizers: Juan Carlos BARRON PASTOR. (2) Universidade Federal da Bahia. CETYS University & ASIDE Group. and social change Saburo AKAHORI. Brazil Internet y política: Un balance de la producción académica brasileña entre 2001 y 2011 Steffen ROTH. Fafich. University of Kassel. Challenging the reignited trench warfare of politics and the economy by systemic constellations Argentina. Germany Authors and Papers Héctor ZAMORANO. Switzerland.2. ciberculture and sociocybernetics. Germany Authors and Papers Miguel Ángel FORTE1. Argentina. Rachel BRAGATTO1 and Rafael Cardoso SAMPAIO2. (2)Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas. Efraín DELGADO RIVERA and Joel ORTEGA CONTRERAS.17:45 405 RC51 Business meeting Location: 304 {OB} Session Organizer: Eva BUCHINGER. Brazil Under the pirate flag: Study on identification based on filesharing 14:30 . Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Mexico Authors and Papers Jaime Miguel GONZALEZ CHAVEZ. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and Michael PAETAU. Argentina Rosario City. (3) Universidad de Buenos Aires. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.  306  . Yerevan State University. and sociology on the move Location: 304 {OB} Session Organizer: Margarita MAASS. Alejandro GUZMAN OCEGUEDA.María Alejandra NICOLAS1. Matías PALACIOS1 and Matías ZITELLO1. internal migrations: Social injustice Dr. Mexico Project’s results based elections and public management interactive democratic evaluation model 16:15 . Austria Friday 3 August 09:00 . Center for Sociocybernetics. Tokyo Woman’s Christian University. Mexico Cultural offers and audience transformations Jorge GONZALEZ.10:30 450 Society.

12:15 506 Sociocybernetic approach to democratization processes Location: 304 {OB} Session Organizer: José AMOZURRUTIA. Session Organizer. University Campus Suffolk. Argentina RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups Programme Coordinator: Mike SAKS. Mexico Authors and Papers Norma Angelica MARTINEZ. cibercultur@ y Sociedad Location: 304 {OB} Panelists: José AMOZURRUTIA. Juan Carlos PEREZ DURAN. University Campus Suffolk. Universidad del Altiplano. United Kingdom 12:30 . learning and performance  307  .14:00 555 Sociocybernetic principles: Technology.10:45 . MARTINEZ-BRAWLEY and Paz M-B ZORITA. Germany Sociocybernetics and hierarchical systems theory – Philosophical foundation and methodology Erwin RAFAEL. United Kingdom A pedagogy of democracy – Teaching. USA Professionalizing across borders: The dilemma of social work as a democratic occupation Christine HARRINGTON. University Campus Suffolk. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Emilia E. Juan Carlos BARRON PASTOR. Mexico Adaptive model as interpreter of multiple realities of complex social systems Emma GARCIA FIGUEROA. UNAM. Arizona State University. Philippines Technology as a social system Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Universidad Nacional de Rosario. Mexico La configuración de un nuevo docente desde las prácticas culturales tecnológicamente mediadas. ecology and globalization Location: 304 {OB} Session Organizer: Eva BUCHINGER. University of the Philippines.16:00 574 Book Presentation: Sociocibernética. Mexico Democratization process in culturals regionals legalitations: A systemic approach 14:30 . Caso de estudio: Modalidad semiescolarizada de la Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla. Part I Location: 434 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Mike SAKS.10:30 26 Professions and Democracy. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and Héctor ZAMORANO. Austria Authors and Papers Karl-Heinz SIMON. University of Kassel.

University of Manchester. University of Otago. Argentina There and back again. University of South Australia. Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences. Italy Chair: Lorenzo SPERANZA. Un análisis de caso {*} Thais MARTINS. Argentina La relación entre el campo profesional y las prácticas de estudio en propuestas de educación virtual de posgrado. professional knowledge and “reintegration in civil life” among the argentine military officers Jens-Christian SMEBY and Ida K. University of Brescia. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Mexico Scientific research and professions: The principle values of ethical research in the National Autonomous University of Mexico {*}  308  .Sudeh CHERAGHI-SOHI. Technical University of Lisbon. University Campus Suffolk. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Federico LORENC VALCARCE. University of Brescia. Brazil Financial elites make room for the emergence of new elites in Brazil {*} 14:30 . Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences. HATLEVIK. Norway Clashing epistemological beliefs? Håvard HELLAND. Italy Authors and Papers Helena SERRA. Rethinking professionalism Lee THOMPSON. ISEG/SOCIUS. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Norway The effects of grades on labour market outcomes for welfare state professionals Ana MAROTIAS. Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Australia Requiring health professionalization in a neo-liberal country (Australia)!? Anita HIRSCH. National Autonomous University of Mexico. Portugal The discourse on knowledge and innovation. Norway Chair: Christine HARRINGTON. Universidade Federal de São Carlos. United Kingdom Professional discretion and organisational change: The case of general practitioners working in the English NHS 12:30 . University of Campinas. Portugal and Lorenzo SPERANZA. New Zealand Leaving the stethoscope behind: Public health physicians and the spectre of the ‘real’ doctor Ana Luiza OLIVEIRA E OLIVEIRA and Everardo DUARTE NUNES. United Kingdom and Michael CALNAN.14:00 118 Globalisation and its impacts on professions and organisations Joint Session RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups RC17 Sociology of Organization (host committee) Location: 433 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 .R. Careers. University of Kent. Brazil From the “physiotherapist practice” to physiotherapy as a profession: The Brazilian case Janette YOUNG.16:00 183 Science. CONICET-University of Buenos Aires.12:15 74 Professional competence and careers Location: 434 {NB} Session Organizer: Jens-Christian SMEBY. innovation and professional development Location: 434 {NB} Session Organizers: Helena SERRA.

University of Frankfurt Chair: Christiane SCHNELL. democratic planning and middle classes. Argentina Professional specialization and traditional and new competences in judiciary courts of Buenos Aires conurbation Luiz CASTRO-SANTOS. A study on social modernization and state building in Argentina (1946-1963) Javiera ARAYA.12:15 263 Professional governance and health human resource management: The challenges of equality. Universidad Pedagógica Nacional. Part I Location: 434 {NB} Session Organizer: Christiane SCHNELL. Brazil The health professions: A critical analysis of the culture of caring {*} 10:45 . Royal Holloway University of London. Mexico Profesiones y estado de bienestar: Lecciones para América Latina 12:30 . United Kingdom Chair: Helena SERRA. Part II Location: 434 {NB} Session Organizer: Mike SAKS.10:30 220 Professions and democracy. University of Nottingham.Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Portugal Authors and Papers Diego Ezequiel PEREYRA. diversity and inclusion. Chile La constitución estamental de los grupos profesionales en Chile: ¿Qué posibilidades para la democracia? Arturo BALLESTEROS LEINER. Universidad de Chile. United Kingdom Avoiding the tensions of professional fragmentation: The co-existence of competition. Technical University of Lisbon. Argentina Sociology. gender and difference Beatriz WEHLE and Mariana GESUALDI. University of Frankfurt Authors and Papers Ruth McDONALD.14:00 300 In-between fragmentation and new identities: Professional socialisation within established and emerging fields of professionalism. Canada and Carla AZOCAR. collaboration and multiple collective identities in English hospitals Joana ALMEIDA. University Campus Suffolk. IIGG UBA-CONICET. Universidade Gama Filho. Brazil and Lina FARIA. São Carlos Federal University. Universidad de Montreal. Brazil Brazilian judges in-between professionalism. Univesidad Nacional de Quilmes. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. Part I Joint Session RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups (host committee) RC15 Sociology of Health Location: 434 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  309  . United Kingdom Fragmentation of the medical profession and CAM: A consequence of CAM ‘s closure strategies in Portugal Maria da Gloria BONELLI.

Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences. democratisation and transformative change Location: 434 {NB} Session Organizer: Mike SAKS.14:30 . France Uncertain identity orientations: New workers generation and professional socialisation Christiane SCHNELL. Federal University of São Carlos. University of Frankfurt. Universidade do Porto. diversity and inclusion. Germany Chair: Helena SERRA. Part II Joint Session RC15 Sociology of Health (host committee) RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups Location: 438 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Friday 3 August 09:00 .10:30 641 Teachers and teaching of social sciences in Latin America Location: 434 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Amurabi OLIVEIRA.10:30 456 Theoretical challenges for professions and professionalism: Social justice. Portugal Authors and Papers Lorenzo SPERANZA. United Kingdom Professions. Institute of Sociology of RAS. On professional identities and fragmented working biographies Authors and Papers Aline Tereza BORGHI LEITE. University Campus Suffolk. Middle East Technical University. democracy and marginality: Orthodox medicine and complementary and alternative medicine Valeriy MANSUROV and Olesya YURCHENKO. University Campus Suffolk. Part II Location: 434 {NB} Session Organizer: Christiane SCHNELL. United Kingdom Chair: Jens-Christian SMEBY. Federal University of Alagoas. Laboratoire d’Economie et de Sociologie du Travail. University of Brescia.16:00 342 In-between fragmentation and new identities: Professional socialisation within established and emerging fields of professionalism. Italy Identity and socialization within an established field: The case of physicians in Italy Rana CAVUSOGLU. Brazil  310  . Germany Cuttings one’s own path and becoming a part of something. Portugal The progressive democratization of higher education and the challenges to social closure of legal professions Mike SAKS. Norway Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Russia Altruism as a professional ideology of Russian medical practitioners 14:30 . Turkey Changing understanding and practices of nursing in Turkey: An analysis of two generations Adeline GILSON. University of Frankfurt.16:00 588 Professional governance and health human resource management: the challenges of equality. Brazil Between the university and the practice in journalism education: The contributions of the sociology of professions about the construction of the journalists’ professional identity Mónica SANTOS. Technical University of Lisbon.

UBA. Society and Exclusions. North Bengal University.14:00 719 RC52 Business Meeting Location: 434 {NB} Session Organizer: Mike SAKS. ICA-FFyL-UBA/CONICET. Brazil Maestros y el oeste de la frontera del Paraná-Brasil: El año de la profesión y la producción de conocimiento en la enseñanza de sociología 12:30 . Argentina “Abandono”. Universidade Federal de São Paulo. Brazil Authors and Papers Sudip CHAKRABORTY. Márcio OLIVEIRA Universidade Federal do Paraná. University Campus Suffolk. discrimination and sexual exploitation Sabina REGUEIRO. Argentina and Claudia PONTREMOLI. Argentina Children. UBA. Brazil Homosexuality. University of Ottawa. Canada Shades of green: Exploring the engineering profession-environment relationship in three Canadian provinces Marta PANAIA. “peligro” y “riesgo”: Disputas jurídicopolíticas en torno a la restitución de niños apropiados durante la última dictadura militar Argentina 10:45 . Brazil.10:30 7 Children. USA Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . University of Oklahoma. Argentina Sociology is not cool any longer. society and exclusions Tatiana LANDINI. São Paulo State University-Marilia. United Kingdom RC53 Sociology of Childhood Programme Coordinator: Loretta BASS. DECISO.12:15 662 Environmental issues Location: 434 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Charles GADEA. students and curricula Lígia WILHELMS ERAS. and Adélia MIGLIEVICH RIBEIRO. A discussion about teaching of sociology in secondary schools in Argentina exploring teachers. Part I-A in English Location: 444 {NB} Session Organizer: Ethel KOSMINSKY. Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo. IIGG UBA-CONICET. Brasil Diego Ezequiel PEREYRA. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.Authors and Papers Simone MEUCCI. Brazil Las condiciones de enseñanza y de trabajo de los profesores de sociología en la educación secundaria en Río Grande del Sul. Universidade Federal do Paraná. Brazil En la escuela: Libros dedicados a la enseñanza de la sociología en Brasil (1930-2010) Luiza Helena PEREIRA. France Authors and Papers Joanne GAUDET. Centre de recherche VIP. Argentina Les marchés de l’emploi flexible et la profession d’ingénieur  311  . India Trafficking in teenage girls: A field study in an extremely vulnerable zone in north east India Eugenia María RUIZ BRY.

Kate FRANCES1. Brazil The views of children living in care concerning their biological families in Brazil Loretta BASS. São Paulo State University-Marilia. University of Illinois-Chicago. Brazil Authors and Papers Olivier BRITO. Australia. Brazil La constitución de la lengua en los actos sociales entre los bebes 12:30 . USA Authors and Papers Margaret SIMS. São Paolo State University. University of Warwick. Marilia. (2) Save the Children Australia. perceptions of safety & children’s concept of community Sherry SAGGERS1. University of New England. University of Wuppertal. University of New England. a comparison of Bangkok and Mumbai Ilze TRAPENCIERE. USA School as solution to the problem of place: Student migration. University of Brasília. Brazil Children of prisoners: A case-study of social vulnerable children in São Paulo. Minho University. Portugal Children’s perspectives on disorder and violence in public housing neighbourhoods in Portugal Fernanda MÜLLER.16:00 154 Children’s lives.14:00 109 Children’s rights and social justice Location: 444 {NB} Session Organizer: Loretta BASS. Germany Interventions ‘in the best interest of the child’? Professions and their orientations towards the child in youth welfare Joselma SALAZAR DE CASTRO. Germany Child poverty: The link between poor adults and children’s rights Gabriela TREVISAN. Universidade Nova de Lisboa. United Kingdom No longer able or willing to be dependent: The marginalization and exclusion of street children in Accra.Phillip MIZEN. Burapha University. Germany and Michael BAYER. Part I-B in English Location: 444 {NB} Session Organizer: Ethel KOSMINSKY. Martin-Luther University Halle. USA Dimensions of integration: Second-generation African youth in France 14:30 . Australia Authors and Papers Steffen EISENTRAUT. and Lars ALBERTH. Latvia and Anna TRAPENCIERE. Otto-FriedrichUniversity Bamberg. Ghana Maksim HUEBENTHAL. voices and well being. children’s rights and neo-liberal policy: Balancing competing notions of the child in early intervention activities in the East Kimberley. Western Australia Ethel KOSMINSKY. Liepaja University. University of Oklahoma. Portugal Children’s participation in school: An analysis on decision making competences and children’s citizenship Pamela QUIROZ and Kisha MILAM-BROOKS. Latvia Euroorphans or nobody’s children – The door open to exclusion Maria Joao LEOTE DE CARVALHO. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. University of Latvia. Australia Planning for children and families using a rights framework  312  . Juan LARRANAGA2 and Anthea WHAN2. Thailand Tourism and child beggary: The ambivalence of a vital and strategic relationship. Brazil 10:45 . Poster session & RC 53 Reception Location: 444 {NB} Session Organizer: Margaret SIMS. University of Oklahoma. Australia Social investment.12:15 53 Children. (1) Curtin University. society and exclusions.

Germany Authors and Papers Jennifer MARTIN. University of Wuppertal. Brazil The dissonance between secularism and religous speech in a public school kindergarten in the municipality of Duque de Caxias Sabine CARDENAS. David NDUNGUTSE.12:15 237 Childhood in democracy’s infancy Location: 444 {NB} Session Organizer: Doris BUEHLER-NIEDERBERGER. Ryerson University. Kampala Michelle NOVELLE. USA Children’s perceptions about being hospitalized and the hospital environment Thursday 2 August 10:45 . Universidad de Chile. India Child labour in India and its global context: A case study of child domestic workers in Lucknow City Authors and Papers Jessica SCHWITTEK. Brazil The Brazilian child and childhood in images and representations between years 1880 and 1940 Jenifer CARTLAND. Brazil The convention on the rights of the child in Israel Bruna BREDA. (2) Universidade Federal de São Carlos. University of Wuppertal. Universidade de São Paulo. JNPG College. Charles KIVUNJA. Lucelio Ferreira SIMIAO1 and Ana Cristina Juvenal CRUZ2. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. (1) Universidade Estadual de Mato Grosso do Sul. Teddy NAGADDYA. Brazil Sociology of childhood and early childhood education studies: Some data about this interface in Brazil 12:30 . University of New England. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso. Children’s Memorial Hospital. Germany Childhood in Kyrgyzstan – Social practices in private and public spheres and their relation with democratic values Jordanna CASTELO BRANCO.Rubia Eneida HOLZ JACQUES. Universidade de São Paulo. Brazil Babies social learning in kindergarten entrance Margaret SIMS. Brazil The distribution of sociology of childhood’s research groups in Brazil Vinod CHANDRA. USA Social orphans in Colombian state care: The process of identity formation in the absence of permanency Carmem MARIANO. Boston University. Uganda Social injustices of exclusion: The meanings of childhood in Namuwongo Slum. Brazil Child labour on the Brazilian academic production of psychology: Stigma and ideology Maria Leticia NASCIMENTO. University of Latvia. Brazil and Sylvie Bonifacio KLEIN. Florence NAKAGWA and Evelyn AYOT. Education and Comparative Studies.14:00 288 Children’s bodies Location: 444 {NB} Session Organizer: Lars ALBERTH. Universidade de São Paulo. University of Wuppertal. Brazil. Latvia Excellent educational achievements – An exit path out of the ‘vicious circle’ of poverty for economically deprived children Maria Guiomar da Cunha FROTA and Lucas de Brito HILL. Brazil Childhood and public politics: The rights of the child in the Brazilian media Ieva KARKLINA and Aleksandrs ALEKSANDROVS. Chile Construcción social de la infancia ciudadana Renata LOPES COSTA PRADO. Canada Getting the picture: Understanding the harms done to children made subjects of sexual abuse images on the Internet Debora SILVEIRA1. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Internal Health Sciences University. Germany  313  . Maria Walburga SANTOS2. Australia.

16:00 344 Leisure. Alcances de la educación alimentaria en el discurso pedagógico {*} 14:30 . Part II-A in Spanish Location: 444 {NB} Session Organizers: Valeria LLOBET. Argentina “Las niñas y la cocina” y “los inspectores en los mataderos”. Argentina La construcción social de las categorías niñez. Argentina Authors and Papers Ianina TUÑON and María Sol GONZALEZ. familia y escuela: Tensiones entre la naturalizacióon y la protección integral {*} Daniela FINCO and Marcia GOBBI. FLACSO-Argentina. Universidad de San Andres. Argentina Authors and Papers Maria Florencia GENTILE. Argentina Niñez. Carla VILLALTA. Colombia Del temor de dios al cuidado de sí. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Portugal The body at school Maria Eugenia RAUSKY. democracy and diversity of lifestyles: Children and the youth Joint Session RC53 Sociology of Childhood RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Friday 3 August 09:00 . Universidad Autónoma Latinoamericana. Part II-B in Spanish Location: 444 {NB} Session Organizers: Valeria LLOBET. University of Minho. Brazil Aspectos de la vida cotidiana en el asentamiento del MST: Las fotografías de los niños y niñas {*} Cecilia LITICHEVER. Programa Observatorio de la Deuda Social Argentina (UCA). Argentina Trabajo infantil. Argentina and Isabella COSSE. society and exclusions. Universidad de San Andres. Argentina Sobrevivir en la ciudad: Las representaciones de los niños y niñas cartoneros sobre su espacio de trabajo {*} Claudia UHART and Maria Raquel MACRI. Universidade Federal de São Paulo. society and exclusions.Joana LOUÇA and Manuel SARMENTO. University of Buenos Aires. Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Universidad de San Andres. violencia y exclusión en los medios gráficos Diana RESTREPO RUIZ. Argentina. Argentina Efectos de las políticas de transferencias condicionadas de ingresos sobre los procesos de escolarización en las principales áreas urbanas de la Argentina (2007-2011) {*}  314  . Maria Eugenia CAIRO and Martina BREA. Carla VILLALTA. Una propuesta ética para la construcción de subjetividades desde la infancia 10:45 .12:15 476 Children. CONICET/Universidad Nacional de San Martín. University of Buenos Aires. Argentina Las definiciones sobre los sujetos y sus necesidades en el espacio de las políticas sociales destinadas a la infancia y la adolescencia {*} Angela AISENSTEIN. juventud e inclusión social: Terrenos y disputas Virginia SAEZ. UNGS/CONICET/UBA. Argentina and Isabella COSSE. Universidad de Buenos Aires.10:30 423 Children. CONICET/Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Argentina.

India Authors and Papers Anjali BHATIA. (1) Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones Laborales . Brazil L’enfant à l’école maternelle : Entre résistance et soumission au projet éducatif et social Anete ABRAMOWICZ1.Pavez ISKRA.4. India Childhood in globalized India: A discursive discourse Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Argentina Authors and Papers Ana Lucia Goulart de FARIA. University of Lucknow. Brazil and Daniela FINCO. Argentina. University of Delhi. UNICAMP. Argentina ¿A cambio de qué? Transferencias condicionadas de ingresos en programas de inclusión social para adolescentes y jóvenes en Argentina {*} Nicolás DVOSKIN1.10:30 630 La infancia en las sociedades de disciplinamiento y exclusión social Location: 444 {NB} Session Organizer: Elinor BISIG. Spain Sujetos de (ciertos) derechos: La participación de las niñas y los niños migrantes en Chile {*} Marina MEDAN. (2) Universidad de Buenos Aires. India and Vinod CHANDRA. Argentina. Mexico Exclusion of young people in care institutions in Mexico 10:45 . Argentina Reflexiones en torno a las transferencias de la responsabilidad sobre los niños: Prácticas. (3)Instituto Argentino para el Desarrollo Económico (IADE). (4) Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento. (2) Federal University of Pernambuco. lógicas y circuitos de intercambio {*} Abraham OSORIO. Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. Isabella Thoburn College.CONICET. (1) Federal University of São Carlos. Brazil The genealogy of childhood in Brazil: The contours of childhood Smita VERMA.2. Tatiane RODRIGUES2. Alberto ROSENTHAL3 and Ariel SLIPAK2. CONICETCUS-UNC. Argentina. India Eating out and the lifecourse: Childhood in globalizing India Maria Renata PRADO. CONICET. Doctum. UNIFESP. actores. Gabriela TEBET1 and Andrea MORUZZI1. Argentina Infancia.12:15 663 Globalization and new contours of childhood Location: 444 {NB} Session Organizer: Vinod CHANDRA. bienestar y desarrollo económico: Hacia un sistema de indicadores que reconozca las particularidades de los niños como grupo social {*} Carolina CIORDIA. UAEMex. Brazil Diversidad en la infancia brasileña: Perspectivas y desafíos de las investigaciones con niños y niñas pequeños(as) en el campo de la sociología de la infancia  315  . JNPG College. Brazil. UNLP-CONICET-UNSAM.

Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). Argentina Body. memory and cyberspace in Latin America Begonya ENGUIX. Canada Chair: Claudia MALACRIDA. Sapienza University of Rome. Brazil Families and companion animals in a contemporary world: A case-study of bodies. Mexico Articulating ghostly bodies and corpses with social remembrance. Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. Sapienza. CIES. USA Cultural models of bodily images of women teachers Dulce FILGUEIRA DE ALMEIDA. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Spain Dreams come true: Mediated socialities and memories The Body in the Social Sciences Programme Coordinator: Bianca Maria PIRANI. Argentina Authors and Papers Swen SEEBACH. Technical University Berlin. emotions and spatial cognition in the information society Location: 462 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Bianca Maria PIRANI. August 1 9:00 -10:30 6 Body in Culture and Society: Embodiment. University New Brunswick. IIGG. Alessandra Matos TERRA. UBA. Canada Authors and Papers Asima JENA. Italy Authors and Papers Lavínia PESSANHA. Germany Spatiality. FSOC. Argentina. Mario Machel AMBROSIO.14:00 98 Body. Angélica DE SENA. minds and emotions in Brazilian cyberspace Robert J. Italy Wednesday. University of Rome. India Body as a site of contestation and reconciliation: Learning from an “STI management program” in India Maya AGUILUZ-IBARGUEN. University of Kentucky. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Brazil The ideal body to the body that speaks: An appropriation of Goffman and Becker for the formation of sociology of the body 12:30 . Theory and Practice Location: 462 {NB} Session Organizer: Jacqueline LOW. Brasilia University. Argentina and Belen ESPOZ. communication and cultural practices on the social web and abroad Location: 462 {NB} Session Organizer: María Eugenia BOITO. How senses of bodies and embodiment embrace a new homegrown politics of love Christine MALLOZZI. University of Lethbridge. Argentina Co-chairs: María Eugenia BOITO. Central University of Gujarat. materiality and the process of innovation in a regional cluster: The case of an irritating experiment in a structuration-theory-perspective  316  . UOC. SCHMIDT. Universidad de Cordoba.RC54 10:45 -12:15 86 The body in network society: Memory. Spain Virtually in love – Online rituals of couples Victoria D’HERS.

USA. Argentina Expresiones creativas colectivas. University of Lethbridge. Canada Authors and Papers Anthony SYNNOTT. Christopher Jon HEUER. UNLP-CONICET. UNVM. USA Disability as microcosm: The boundaries of the human body Thomas HOREJES. Japan  317  . Stephen GILSON. USA. Canada Being. Argentina Regulación emocional y música: perspectivas acerca de las relaciones sociales 10:45 . Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina “Time is in your hands”: Body. University of Rcohester. University of Maine. USA Negotiating deaf bodies and corporeal experiences 12:30 -14:00 292 Embodiment and creation: Metropolitan bodies and the flows of tradition Location: 462 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Shinsuke SAKUMICHI. sensitivity and technique in Córdoba city Thomas SMITH. Gallaudet University. Hirosaki University. estructuración social y disfrute María Macarena SAENZ VALENZUELA.16:00 162 Human/machine social interaction: The felt presence of absent bodies performing the sonic and visual streams Location: 462 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Adrián SCRIBANO. USA Synchronization and social interaction: innate mechanisms in attachment and emergent structure in social life Thursday. Canada Chair: Jacqueline LOW. CIECS. University of Maine.María Eugenia BOITO and María Belén ESPOZ. University New Brunswick. having and doing: Theorizing and living bodies Elizabeth DEPOY. Un análisis desde videos en Internet sobre la comparsa de Candombe Iyakereré Eduardo GALAK. Argentina Coreografía política y candombe. August 2 9:00 -10:30 208 Empowerment. CONICET/Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Gallaudet University. Argentina Forjar un oficio: ¿Cómo se formó la profesionalización en educación física en la Argentina? Rafael SANCHEZ AGUIRRE. theory and social control Location: 462 {NB} Session Organizer: Claudia MALACRIDA.12:15 272 The body and difference in society: Embodiment. Language and the Body Joint Session RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences RC25 Language and Society (host committee) Location: 32 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . Argentina Authors and Papers Graciela MAGALLANES.

Sapienza. Sweden Synchronization of forms of vitality dynamics in the music therapy Shinsuke SAKUMICHI. India Chair: Amin PIRZADA. Rosirene SANTOS. interaction and synchronization Location: 462 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Thomas S.14:00 557 The body and the habitat: Mapping the environment Location: 462 {NB} Chair: Damayanthie ELUWAWALAGE. gramáticas culinarias. Argentina 628 Integration. University of Rcohester. Brazil Culture and body practices in traditional communities of the center west of Brazil Bianca Maria PIRANI.. Ingrid WIGGERS. University of Rome. USA Authors and Papers Zaira JAGUDINA. pastoralist of northwestern Kenya  318  . Victoria D’HERS. Brasilia University. Argentina. cuerpos y la lógica de la espera en la configuración de sensibilidades urbanas Marian PREDA. CONICETUniversidad Nacional de Córdoba.. State University of New York. August 4 9:00 -10:30 Friday. Japan The enactment of anger in the sandal divination among the turkana.” tiempo social. CONICET-Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Hirosaki University. USA Authors and Papers María Eugenia BOITO and María Belén ESPOZ. Brazil. SMITH. Brazil.16:00 335 Embodied players: Re-thinking the role of the physical in leisure Location: 462 {NB} Session Organizer: Arvinder ANSARI. IBAÑEZ and Juliana HUERGO. Italy Authors and Papers Ana Lucía CERVIO. Italy The inscribed sensory body: The asynchronous maps of the embodied spaces in mobile Media Age Itsuhiro HAZAMA. University of Bucharest. emotions and city(ies) in Latin American (1st decade of the XXI century) Ileana D. India Authors and Papers Tais MARTINEZ. Argentina Bodies. Chile Cáncer en la mujer más allá de una enfermedad Saturday. University of Kashmir. Japan Resonance of creative visions in poetic language among the Karimojong herders in a Savanna landscape “Ya vendrán tiempos mejores. Brasilia University. Japan “It”: Of mimesis Dulce FILGUEIRA DE ALMEIDA.Authors and Papers Tadahiko IMADA. Argentina La comensalidad de niños y niñas en comedores: Hábitats. University Roma Tre. Nagasaki University.12:15 507 The cultural nature of time: How many kinds of time? Location: 462 {NB} Session Organizer and Chair: Roberto CIPRIANI. August 3 10:45 . CIES-IIGG. Brasilia University. CIES. cuerpos y emociones 14:30 . Hirosaki University. University of Skovde. Universidad de Valparaíso. Romania Time capital and social gravity: Two new concepts for sociology of time 12:30 .

India Social Indicators Programme Coordinator: Mariano ROJAS.10:30 20 Measuring and Monitoring Social Progress I Location: 23 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Heinz-Herbert NOLL. Government Minas Gerais. IIGG-Universidad de Buenos Aires/ ODSA-Universidad Católica Argentina. Brazil and Cláudia BALTAR. Netherlands Institute for Social Research. Erasmus University Rotterdam. University of Freiburg. FLACSO-México. University of Minnesota.17:45 772 RC54 Business Meeting and conclusions Location: 462 {NB} Session Organizer: Bianca Maria PIRANI. (1)Statistics Netherlands. Universidade Estadual de Londrina.14:00 133 Social Indicator Databases Location: 23 {OB} Session Organizer: Ruut VEENHOVEN. GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences.12:15 67 Measuring and Monitoring Social Progress II Location: 23 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Robert BIJL. Finland Would you trust the pension system? Anne BALZ and Kristina KRELL. Argentina La medición del desarrollo social a partir de un enfoque de derechos 12:30 . Saskia TE RIELE1 and Hans SCHMEETS1. Netherlands. University of Cambridge.16:15 . Mexico Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Netherlands Institute for Social Research.2. NEPO/UNICAMP. Netherlands Social aspects of sustainable progress Ronaldo BALTAR. selectivity and subjective wellbeing: Political interests and survey measures in the UK Carolina LAGES. Germany Authors and Papers Robert BIJL. Sapienza University of Rome Ronald ANDERSON. United Kingdom Scepticism. Brazil Decent work as a measure of social progress: Discussion about indicators model for performance analysis of government policies Agustin SALVIA. Germany The elusive pursuit of social justice for dalits in Uttar Pradesh. Germany The social indicators monitor: SIMon  319  . Netherlands The development of a social capital index for the Netherlands Jacqueline SCOTT. USA Incorporating human suffering in measures of human progress 10:45 . Finnish Centre for Pensions. Brazil Can happiness be measured? Empirical findings from Latin American countries Ali MEHDI. Netherlands RC55 Authors and Papers Jacqueline VAN BEUNINGEN1. Netherlands Authors and Papers Mervi TAKALA and Nina KAHMA. (2)Maastricht University. Gesis: Center for Social Indicator research.

10:30 197 Assessing quality of life and social development: Notions. (2) Università degli Studi di Firenze. Universidad Nacional de Lomas de Zamora. Mexico A muldimesional index of labor vulnerability in Mexico (Decent Work) Minor MORA-SALAS. Hans-Boeckler-Foundation and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Taiwan Overtime’s impact on well-being in four East Asia societies Andranik MELIK-TANGYAN. Taiwan Living arrangement.16:00 171 Methodological issues in constructing complex social indicators Location: 23 {OB} Session Organizer: Filomena MAGGINO. Italy. EGAP Tec de Monterrey. Portugal and João FERREIRA DE ALMEIDA. University of the Basque Country.Ming-Chang TSAI. approaches and indicators Location: 23 {OB} Session Organizers: Graciela TONON. (1) Università degli Studi di MilanoBicocca. Italy Authors and Papers Armando BARRIENTOS. Universidad Catolica Argentina. (3) Italian National Institute of Statistics. CIES-IUL. Italy. Universidad de Talca. Argentina Authors and Papers Araceli ORTEGA. Sante ORSINI3 and Silvia MONTECOLLE3. Portugal From the “stiglitz’ report” to a proposal how to measure subjective well-being and calculate gross national happiness Solange RODRIGUEZ-ESPINOLA. CIES/IUL. IIGG-Universidad de Buenos Aires. University of Manchester. Argentina Chair: Agustin SALVIA. Autonomous University of Barcelona. Elena RUVIGLIONI2. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Mexico La medición de la precariedad laboral: Problemas metodológicos y alternativas de solución Rui BRITES. National Taipei University. National Taipei University. Germany Indexing german parties and their coalitions from public opinion polls on policy issues 10:45 . United Kingdom and Casilda LASSO DE LA VEGA. Germany and Hartmut SEIFERT. El Colegio de México. Chile Authors and Papers Heng-hao CHANG. Hans-Boeckler Foundation. IIGGUniversidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina Componentes psicosociales DEL bienestar subjetivo y EL desarrollo humano 14:30 . care relations and quality of life in Taiwanese family  320  . Filomena MAGGINO2. Argentina and Agustin SALVIA. Spain Assessing wellbeing and deprivation in later life: A multidimensional counting approach Marco FATTORE1. Spain Two models of social stratification: From a classification scheme to a typology Andranik TANGIAN. Hans-Boeckler-Foundation and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Italy Individual well-being in Italy: Combining subjective and objective data through partial orders Sandra FACHELLI and Pedro LOPEZ-ROLDAN.12:15 246 Human Relations and its Importance for Well-Being Location: 23 {OB} Session Organizer: Emilio MOYANO. Germany Flexicurity indicators for monitoring European employment strategy Thursday 2 August 09:00 .

(1) Statistics Netherlands. Chile Victimization and happiness. Universidad Católica Argentina. FLACSO. USA Authors and Papers Francisca DUSSAILLANT. Santa Clara University.16:00 346 Migration and Quality of Life. Osaka University of Commerce. Argentina  321  . GUERRERO. Chile The uniqueness in the patterns of Latin American happiness Hans SCHMEETS1. Netherlands Quality of life: Its past and its future 12:30 . Erasmus University Rotterdam.17:45 389 Keynote speaker session: Ruut Veenhoven: Quality of life: Its past and its future Location: 23 {OB} Session Organizer: Mariano ROJAS. (2) Maastricht University. Poznan University of Economics.14:00 312 RC55 Business Meeting Location: 23 {OB} Chair: Ruut VEENHOVEN. Argentina Double face of insecurity problem: Crime and victimization. Netherlands 14:30 . health status and lifestyle in East Asia CAROLINA MORENO. Mexico Human relations and well-being in Mexico Friday 3 August 10:45 . Poland Myth of the stigmatized and unhappy overweight? Overweight and life satisfaction of polish adults Laura ROBINSON. Social Weather Stations-Metro Manila. Part I Joint Session RC55 Social Indicators (host committee) RC31 Sociology of Migration Location: 23 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 16:15 .2 and Saskia TE RIELE1. Netherlands. Erasmus University Rotterdam.12:15 516 World suffering Location: 23 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Ronald ANDERSON. National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center. Universidad Diego Portales. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. USA The suffering of others: Moral boundaries & political violence Noriko IWAI.Pablo BEYTIA. Japan and Misa TAKEGAMI. Universidad del Desarrollo. FLACSO-México Chair: Mariano ROJAS. Japan A feeling of hopelessness. University of Minnesota. Analyzing its impact on individuals quality of life {*} 12:30 . FLACSO-México Authors and Papers Ruut VEENHOVEN.14:00 562 Translating research on subjective well-being into public policies Location: 23 {OB} Session Organizer: Esteban CALVO. Philippines The relation of unhappiness and life-dissatisfaction to poverty and hunger in the Philippines over time Piotr MICHON. Netherlands Increasing social capital in the Netherlands Mariano ROJAS. the case of Chile Mahar MANGAHAS and Linda Luz B.

expectativas y evaluaciones de la población chilena sobre la inclusión y exclusión social de los adultos mayores. Jacobs University. Waseda Institute for Addvanced Study. Yukiko UCHIDA. Motoki WATABE. Chile. European University Institute.12:15 670 Migration and Quality of Life. Brazil and Eduardo NUNES. Italy Social class and happiness: A cross-country comparison Emily NICKLETT. Japan. Longitudinal relationships with income and happiness inequality in post-communist Romania 14:30 . Fundação Getúlio Vargas. SCHNEIDER. CIES/IUL. Mobility and persistence of in-work poverty Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Portugal Well-being in a changing Europe: A class and gender perspective Jan DELHEY. Spain.10:30 627 Inequality in Quality of Life. Brazil Subjective well-being and OECD Daniela THUMALA1. Chile The risk of neglecting uncertainty when using happiness rankings for public policy Christian KROLL. Portugal and Anália TORRES. GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences. Rui BRITES. Germany Authors and Papers Juana LAMOTE DE GRIGNON PEREZ and Fabrizio BERNARDI. Portugal. University of Neuchâtel. University of Oradea. USA Social position and social comparisons: Community versus society comparisons of subjective social status 10:45 . Germany Do income inequalities impair an individual’s life satisfaction? – Dismantling an empirical artefact João FERREIRA DE ALMEIDA. Japan International Cooperation Agency. University of São Paulo. Bremen University. Part II Joint Session RC55 Social Indicators (host committee) RC31 Sociology of Migration Location: 23 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  322  . (2) Universidad de Chile. and why Sergiu BALTATESCU. Universität Bielefeld. Universidad de Oviedo. Economic and Social Research Institute. Germany Material standard of living and relative poverty of the elderly in Germany in comparison Rodolfo GUTIERREZ and Aroa TEJERO. Kyoto University. Insumos para una política pública Stefan WEICK and Heinz-Herbert NOLL.16:00 586 Objective living conditions. poverty. Chile Opiniones. Universidad Diego Portales. (1) Fundación Soles. Japan. WellBeing and Happiness Location: 23 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Christian SUTER. and social status Location: 23 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Jan DELHEY. CIES-IUL. Germany Well-being inequality across the globe: Where lives are most unequal. Japan and Kentaro KAWAHARA. Switzerland Authors and Papers Simone M. Jacobs University. Japan Is life satisfaction same as happiness as the indicator of policy-making? Ariel AZAR and Esteban CALVO. Romania A subjective measure of inequality in quality of life. Marcelo ARNOLD2 and Anahí URQUIZA2. University of Michigan. Germany Measuring well-being – Consequences for political stakeholders and parties Guilherme FREITAS.Authors and Papers Yoshiaki TAKAHASHI.

14:00 148 Local Responses to Globalization: Cases of Different Countries Location: 35 {OB} Chair: Dmytro CHUCHKO.16:00 192 Panel Session: Global Cultural Centers and Development of Local Cultures Location: 35 {OB} Session Organizer: Nataliya VELIKAYA. Sociology and political sciences. Chinese University of Hong Kong Olympic culture shock: When equestrianism gallops to Hong Kong 14:30 . Italy The glocality of political cultures Mariano Martin ZAMORANO. Russian State University for the Humanities. University of Barcelona. Global meanings and narratives shared in the local context Wednesday 1 August 12:30 . Universita della Tuscia. Poland Jordi MARTIN.Working Groups WG01 Sociology of Local-Global Relations Programme Coordinators: Nataliya VELIKAYA. Italy. Ukraine Authors and Papers Miqueli MICHETTI. Spain Marco analítico sociológico de las organizaciones transnacionales en la diplomacia cultural pública Gemma SCALISE. Russia Authors and Papers Flaminia SACCA. University of Barcelona. Spain Urban transformations in post-socialist Sarajevo Glos HO. Universidade Estadual de Campina. Russian State University for the Humanities. University of Florence. Brazil On the economic-cultural exchanges between “global north” and “global south” in the world market of fashion: The globalization of the “Brazilian fashion”  323  . Kharkov National University. Russia and Krzysztof OSTROWSKI. DEIM. Human Geography. Pultusk Academy of Humanities.

B. Mexico Globalización y patrimonio cultural Ceres BRUM. Fluminense Federal University.10:30 Thursday 2 August 10:45 . Brazil Maison du Brésil: Territory. Brazil Global cities and the habitat question .The case of social movements for habitation in São Paulo downtown 14:30 .12:15 283 Local Development and Local Democracy: Problems of Social Justice Location: 35 {OB} Chair: Larisa VDOVICHENKO.Fiorella FENOGLIO and Enah FONSECA. Pultusk Academy of Humanities. nation and internationalism in Paris Livia DE SOUZA LIMA. Poland Discussant: Aigul ZABIROVA. Roma Tres University. Russia New forms of patriotism in the context of globalization Nadia NUR. Naga TRINADH.12:15 523 Political Culture and Political Actors: Socialization. University of Western Sydney. Russian State University for Humanities. Eurasian National University. Australia Electoral conflict and the maturity of local democracy in Indonesia: Testing the modernisation hypothesis Joana D`Arc Fernandes FERRAZ and Wagner de Freitas CORDEIRO. FESPSP. Argentina Integración regional e infraestructura ferroviaria Zulfan TADJOEDDIN. Kyrgyzstan Authors and Papers Alejandro RASCOVAN. Universidade Federal de Santa Maria. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Brazil The redefinition of the judiciary role after World Bank technical document Nº 319: The experience of Rio de Janeiro state court of law 464 Panel Session: Protest Movement in Globalizing World Location: 35 {OB} Chair: Arvydas MATULIONIS. Lithuania Discussant: B. Recruitment. Brazil Movimentos sociais e redes sociais: Protesto por mudanas politicas em Natal/RN. Universita della Tuscia. Italy Revolutionary agorà: Space of protest in the Arab revolutions 10:45 .M College of Management Studies. Brasil Miroslava TSAPKO. Kyrgyzstan Friday 3 August 09:00 . Lithuanian Social Research Centre. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte. Italy  324  . and Values of the Local Political Class Location: 35 {OB} Session Organizer: Flaminia SACCA. Eurasian University. INAH. Russia Co-Chair: Kusein ISAEV. India Authors and Papers Jose Antonio SPINELLI and Maria Aparecida RAMOS DA SILVA. B. Russian State University for the Humanities.16:00 376 WG01 Business Meeting Location: 35 {OB} Session Organizer: Krzysztof OSTROWSKI.

Brazil Transition without intervention? . Italy Federalism and new political models Juan Manuel CASTELLANOS. coloniality and territory in the periphery: The case of central Brazil  325  . Brazil Aspects of the relaxation of labor laws and Brazilian competitiveness in international markets WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology Programme Coordinator: Manuela BOATCA.10:30 45 Modernizations and Modernities in Global Contexts: South-South Dialogues Location: 31 {OB} Session Organizers: Manuela BOATCA. Germany Saturday 4 August 10:45 . Brazil and Iara COSTA NETO. Fundación Getúlio Vargas. CONICET.Multiple arenas and the impact of the domestic and external variables in the contemporary processes of democratization Joao Marcelo EHLERT MAIA. Poland Globalization and the shifts in earnings inequality in Poland Daniela Aparecida BARBOSA RODRIGUES. Kyrgyzstan Authors and Papers Laura GHERLONE. Freie Universität Berlin. Italy From binarism to ternarity: Yuri Lotman’s theoretical vision of the post-sovietism Nataliya VELIKAYA. University of Gottingen/University of Wroclaw Authors and Papers Thais DE OLIVEIRA QUEIROZ. Colombia Políticas del desinterés: La movilización hacia los cuerpos políticos locales Maria PIOTROWSKA. Argentina Perfiles regionales y clases dirigentes provinciales. Argentina Clase politica en Argentina Cintia RODRIGO and Pamela SOSA. Russia Political values of the local political class in Russia Federico SAETTONE.Authors and Papers Larisa VDOVICHENKO. Wroclaw University of Economics. Russian State University for the Humanities. São Paulo State University. Universidad de Caldas. Russian State University for Humanities. Eurasian National University. Una exploración sobre los atributos de los gobernadores en Argentina 1976-2001 Arianna MONTANARI. Brazil State-building. CONICET. Sapienza University of Roma. Universidade de Brasilia. Freie Universität Berlin and Willfried SPOHN. Russia Social-Democratic parties on the post Soviet space: Trends and prospects Lou ANTOLIHAO. Kyoto University.12:15 697 Social Challenges in Developing Countries as Consequences of Globalization Location: 35 {OB} Chair: Aigul ZABIROVA. Japan Development at the margins and the margins of development: Tourism and local livelihood system in southern Philippines Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . University Sapienza of Rome. Libertas Colleges Iincorporated.

La estructura agraria en Chile. IEALC. University of Hyderabad. India Multiple modernities.16:00 193 Social Positioning in Comparative/ Historical Perspective Joint session WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology (host committee) RC05 Racism. University of Warwick. University of Hyderabad. Germany Comparative biographical case studies in a processual perspective Ran GREENSTEIN. Colombia. Palestinian Arabs and the apartheid analogy Chungse JUNG. University of the Witwatersrand. A postimperialist perspective Gurminder BHAMBRA. University of Essex. Germany Authors and Papers Gustavo LINS RIBEIRO. Argentina Modernidad latinoamericana: Autorepresentaciones. Brazil Why (post)colonialism and (de)coloniality are not enough. Julieta ROSTICA and Inés NERCESIAN. civilisational analysis and colonial modernity: The debate  326  . Freie Universita Berlin.12:15 96 Process-Oriented Methodology and Theories in Historical and Comparative Sociology Joint session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology (host committee) Location: 31 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Thursday 2 August 10:45 .Cristina REIGADAS. Veronica GIORDANO. Binghamton University. USA Rethinking state capacity: A comparative study on the colonial state and the neoliberal state in Korea 12:30 . United Kingdom Authors and Papers Gabriele ROSENTHAL and Niklas RADENBACH. Universidade de Brasilia. Argentina Los orígenes sociales de la violencia.12:15 282 Case-Based Comparative-Historical Investigations: Different Purposes. United Kingdom Rethinking modernity: A postcolonial critique Sujata PATEL. Different Outcomes Location: 31 {OB} Session Organizer: Ewa MORAWSKA. Instituto de Investigación Gino Germani. Different Strategies. Universidad de Buenos Aires. South Africa The Israeli regime. India and Manuela BOATCA.14:00 149 Modernities in Theory: Perspectives of/from the Colonized Others Invitation Only Location: 31 {OB} Session Organizers: Sujata PATEL. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations Location: 31 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . Germany European modernities or the coloniality of Europe? 14:30 . Guatemala y Paraguay en la coyuntura de los años cincuenta Manuela BOATCA. University of Goettingen. Johannesburg. problemas y dimensiones de análisis Lorena SOLER. Freie Universitat Berlin.

14:00 569 The Politics of Development and Social Struggle in Latin America: The Sociogenesis and Psychogenesis of Political Consciousness Location: 31 {OB} Session Organizers: Jose Esteban CASTRO. Brazil. Argentina Edna MULERAS. Argentina The psychogenesis of obedience to social order through punishment justification: Psychological obstacles for the development of political consciousness in social groups Reinaldo SANTOS and Magda SARAT. emotional control and political participation in the information society  327  .14:00 326 The Sociogenesis of Environmental Injustice and Inequality in Latin America: Historic-Comparative Sociological Approaches Joint session RC20 Comparative Sociology RCC24 Environment and Society WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology (host committee) Location: 31 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions Assessing three visions of democracy in Latin America: Civil society and political institutions in historical perspective Florencia LEDERMAN. Marco NATALINO. Diogo LYRA. University of London. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations (host committee) WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology Location: 454 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 12:30 .12:30 . Argentina and Patricio KORZENIEWICZ. India and China Matias LOPEZ. United Kingdom Consistent modernization yet persistent inequality: Elite’s reactions to poverty in Brazil. Brazil Civilizing process and political struggle: Violence. CONICET. Uruguay and India Friday 3 August 09:00 . Racialization and Migration Joint session RC05 Racism. CONICET. University of Gottingen/University of Wroclaw Authors and Papers Maria Esperanza CASULLO. and Amrita LAMBA. Buenos Aires.12:15 522 Latin America: Modernizations and Modernities in Global Contexts – Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives Location: 31 {OB} Session Organizers: Manuela BOATCA. Newcastle University and Juan Carlos MARON. Escuela de Política y Gobierno. Argentina Sociocultural conditions and popular knowledge about the process of “disappearing” people during the last dictatorship (1976-1983) in Argentina Alicia BARREIRO. Brazil Modernity.10:30 441 Policies on Inequality. freedom and this-worldly activism: Max Weber in Latin America. National University of Buenos Aires Authors and Papers 10:45 . Argentina Un acercamiento crítico a los significados de los conceptos de nación y desarrollo en los años '60 Jose Mauricio DOMINGUES. Universidade Federal da Grande Dourados. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Freie Universität Berlin and Willfried SPOHN.

CONICET. Brazil José Martí y las raíces del pensamiento latinoamericano Gloria MORA. India Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Lagos State University. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations (host committee) Location: 454 {NB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 10:45 . Argentina Los derechos territoriales indígenas en conflicto. India Women’s participation. empowerment and gender equality: A micro analysis Ana LOGIUDICE.17:45 762 Inequality. Universidade Federal do Ceará. Unversidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco.Beatriz NUSSBAUMER. Thai Environment Institute Authors and Papers Olanrewaju Emmanuel AJIBOYE. Nigeria Effects of climate change on agricultural practice and quality of life of rural older farmers in Nigeria  328  . Universidad de Buenos Aires. Un análisis de la situación en la Argentina y en la provincia de Salta Gislania SILVA. Argentina Cooperativismo. Universidad de Santiago de Chile. ANAND. and Migration Joint session WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology RC05 Racism. Haryana Institute of Public Administration. Fortaleza.10:30 44 Civic Space. Kanpur.12:15 95 Climate Change. CSJM University. Representations of the young people on the inequality and the exclusion Pablo MARIN OLAN and Rossana ARANDA ROCHE. Food Insecurity and Malnutrition Location: 34 {OB} Co-chairs: Mohinder Kumar SLARIYA. Chile El campesinado en la revolución mexicana y la formación del sujeto.17:45 608 WG02 Business Meeting Location: 31 {OB} Saturday 4 August 16:15 . GPGC and Paul CHAMNIERN. India and Manoj Kumar TEOTIA. Universidad de Buenos. Argentina School and political conscience. Mexico Modernismo hidráulico y conciencia práctica en las tierras bajas tabasqueñas WG05 Famine and Society Programme Coordinators: Harjit S. 1910-1920 Carina Viviana KAPLAN. Racialization/ Ethnicization. asistencia y democracia 16:15 . CRRID. Media Movements and Politics of Social Justice Location: 34 {OB} Authors and Papers Misri Lal VERMA and Vijai pal YADAVA.

USA. Universidade Federal do Recíncavo da Bahia. India Authors and Papers Eileen TRZCINSKI and Royce HUTSON.14:00 147 Food Insecurity. Kenya The Tugen community’s fragile food security situation: Experiences of a marginalised community of eastern Baringo. Tomas PALMISANO and Rosario VIVES. ANAND. Wayne State University. Detroit.14:00 327 Towards Social and Financial Inclusion: Exploring Right Path through Social Justice. Indian Statistical Institute. Center for the Study of Administration of Relief. Athena KOLBE. Universidad Federal Fluminense. University of Michigan. Brazil Scavengers: Famine and stigma Bianca MUSANTE and María Victoria VENTURA. Nitrería. Organización Internacional Para Las Migraciones. Argentina Organizaciones territoriales y prácticas comunitarias de cuidado infantil en el campo asistencial. CONICET. Universidad de Buenos Aires. USA. National Institute of Urban Affairs. India  329  . Argentina Thursday 2 August 09:00 . India 12:30 .12:15 284 Tackling Poverty and Vulnerability: Role of the Informal Sector Location: 34 {OB} Co-chairs: Harjit S. Argentina Estrategias de reproducción de hogares en un contexto de recuperación económica: 2003-2008 Martín IERULLO. frente aos organismos e econômicos 10:45 . Marginalization and Inequalities in Globalised Asia and Africa in the Context of Access to Food. Surgimiento y consolidación de los comedores comunitarios en el Área metropolitana de Buenos Aires. Eldoret. Jadavpur University and Asmita BHATTACHARYA. Leah JAMES. Moi University.10:30 233 Social Injustice. Poverty and Vulnerabilities in Developing Nations Location: 34 {OB} Co-chairs: Biswajit CHATTERJEE. Brazil Segurança alimentar e naturalização da fome. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina La soberanía alimentaria en disputa: El rol de Argentina en el contexto crítico contemporáneo Authors and Papers Wilmar Dubian LINCE BOHÛRQUEZ. Argentina El procedimentalismo epistémico como vía para la definición de la pobreza y el diseño de políticas públicas Vilma PEREIRA. Canada Features of child food insecurity after the 2010 Haiti earthquake: Results from a longitudinal random survey of households Soledad PÉREZ. Haryana Institute of Public Administration. Health Services and Education Location: 34 {OB} Co-chairs: Manmohanjit HUNDAL and Rajiv SHARMA. India Authors and Papers Gabriele GROSSI. Kenya 12:30 .Melina MERKIER. India and Amrita RANGASAMI. San Carlos de Bariloche. Universidad de Buenos Aires. McMaster University. Social Security and Democratization Location: 34 {OB} Co-Chair: Rajesh CHANDRA. Harry SHANNON. Bolivia La Amazonia boliviana: Migración humana y producción de alimentos Francis BARASA.

Universidade Estadual do Ceará. Brazil Le microcrédito au Brasil : L’inclusion sociale par le marché de la microfinance 14:30 .Authors and Papers Jose Raimundo SOUSA RIBEIRO JUNIOR.16:00 377 WG05 Business Meeting Location: 34 {OB}  330  . Brasil Antonia Celene MIGUEL. social classes and the city Francisco Horacio da Silva FROTA and Maria Andrea Luz da SILVA. Universidade Federal de São Carlos. Brazil Hunger. Ceará. Universidade de São Paulo. Brazil Jóvenes e inclusión social: Una evaluación de resultados e impactos de un proyecto financiado por el fondo para combatir la pobreza.

Argentina Elaine PASSOS and Pamela CAULA. Misiones. Polícia Militar do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. Australia Chair: Claudia TAZREITER. "seguridad" y "enemigo interno" en la nueva doctrina para la seguridad hemisférica: América Latina. Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero. Argentina La desaparición de investigadores en la CNEA durante la última dictadura cívico-militar Angela BAUER.Thematic Groups TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice Programme Coordinator: Edward SIEH. CONICET.12:15 91 Human Rights and the Well-Being of Non-Citizens: New Boundaries of Citizenship and Belonging. Argentina and Carolina DIEZ. la CMDA y el CS-UNASUR 12:30 . Part II Location: 305 {OB} Session Organizer: Sylvanna FALCON. Universidad de Buenos Aires. USA Chair: Sylvanna FALCON. USA Alina BAEZ Universidad Nacional de Misiones. Germany Inclusion and belonging of young residents with a precarious status on the move? Evidence on their unequal vocational participation opportunities in Germany Wednesday 1 August 10:45 . University of New South Wales. Australia Authors and Papers Herminia FOOKONG DEJO. and Social Justice. University of New South Wales. Part I Location: 305 {OB} Session Organizer: Claudia TAZREITER. USA  331  . Brazil Breve comentario sobre seguridad pública y los derechos humanos en Brasil Irene Verónica BEYREUTHER. Mexico "Riesgo".14:00 146 Transnational Feminism. Argentina Vida cotidiana y riesgo en sectores populares. University of California. University of California. Global Women's Movements. Lasell College. Institute for Employment Research.

Columbia University. USA Does the global north still dominate the international women's movement? A network analysis of women's international organizations. CANGUSSU. Universidade Federal do Ceará. University of São Paulo. Institute of Social and Political Studies. USA The rural woman's burden: Volunteer mothering and the contradictions of empowerment João Miguel Diógenes de Araújo LIMA.12:15 281 Risk. CONICET. Maurício Roberto VALLIM. 1978-2008 Authors and Papers Danielle VALLIM. University of Texas-Austin and Sharon QUINSAAT. Universidade Estadual de Montes Claros. Brazil As políticas públicas municipais voltadas ao enfrentamento de crack para crianças e adolescentes no Rio de Janeiro: Uma regressão dos direitos humanos {*} Pamela NEUMANN. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. University of Pittsburgh. Brazil The right of autonomy: Gender and social justice in democratic societies Maria Helena de Paula FROTA and Hayeska COSTA BARROSO. Brazil Violencia contra las mujeres . Brazil Art in a 'violent neighborhood': Pedagogical practices in a human rights policy Amanda Cristina N. Part I Location: 305 {OB} Session Organizer: Kristy KELLY. Brazil Evaluation of poupança jovem program in Minas Gerais state: Education and income distribution Thursday 2 August 10:45 .14:00 Localizing Global Justice: The Politics of Education. USA Chair: Kristy KELLY. Columbia University. USA  332  . University of Pittsburgh. Pamela PAXTON. Human Rights and Global Justice Joint session TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice (host committee) TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty Location: 305 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 14:30 . Part II Location: 305 {OB} Session Organizer: Kristy KELLY. Edna Aparecida DE CARVALHO VALLIM. Brazil Participatory and deliberative democracy from local to global: The example of women's conferences as new spaces for mobilization and propose public policies on gender in Brazil Jaime SANTOS JUNIOR. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte.Authors and Papers Anna BARBOSA.Una manifestación del poder y de la desigualdad entre los sexos (la experiencia del OBSERVEM en Ceará/Brasil) Melanie HUGHES. Universidade Estadual do Ceará.16:00 187 Localizing Global Justice: The Politics of Education. Argentina La cuestión de la prostitución en el debate sobre la ley de trata de personas en la Argentina (2008-2011) Natália PACHECO JUNIOR. USA Chair: Kristy KELLY. Brazil El papel del activismo político de la agenda feminista y la formulación de políticas públicas en Brasil Cecilia VARELA. USA 323 12:30 . University of Texas. Training and Development. Columbia University. Training and Development. Columbia University.

University of Graz. China Social justice in the courts of the Macau SAR. Germany Exporting justice. Bharathidasan University. Ann Arbor. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Austria Biographical learning of ethnic and cultural diversity as political processes in the post-war society of Kosovo Roseniura SANTOS. China 14:30 . memory and trauma: Commemorating clandestine centers in Buenos Aires Geélison F. Universidade Estadual de Montes Claros.17:45 413 Table 2: Social Justice Location: 25 {OB} Authors and Papers Catalina ESGUERRA University of Michigan. FREIRE and Janssen Felipe DA SILVA. University of Leipzig. USA From toxic tours to growing the grassroots: Critical pedagogy and youth empowerment in community development Lara Abreu CRUZ and Maria Glaucíria MOTA BRASIL. Universidade Catolica do Salvador. Brazil The determinants of discrimination: Analyzing social capital and socioeconomic status in Minas Gerais state Raja Mohan RAO. Université Vincennes Saint Denis. Brazil La construction de l'ouvrier polyvalent par le SENAIRJ au Brésil {*} Rudolf EGGER. University of Macau. and the rise of the EU as a normative power 16:15 . Brazil Resistencias y dificultades de la educación en derechos humanos en la policía militar: Un estudio sobre las alianzas entre universidades y academias de policía Taylisi LEITE and Paulo César BORGES. SILVA and Maria Angela Figueiredo BRAGA. Brazil Public policies of social assistance: Fundamental human right – Seeking alternatives to the effectiveness and responsibility of states Helena FLAM. Lasell College. City University of New York. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. France Education priority policies: Issues regarding the treatment of poorness as social diversity Michele GUERREIRO F. Brazil Education and ethnic-racial relations in the postDurban context in Brazil: An intercultural sight over the national curricular policies {*} Mônica PARANHOS. Unesp-Franca.16:00 373 TG03 Business Meeting Location: 305 {OB} 16:15 . importing security. Brazil Education as protection: An experience of human rights education in the corners of Brazil Cintia INDARRAMENDI.17:45 414 Table 3: Human Rights Abuses Location: 26 {OB} Chair: Tessa LE ROUX. USA . India Social exclusion and affirmative action from a human rights' perspective: The Indian context Denis DE CASTRO HALIS. Ankara University. Turkey The possibility of coping with the past in Turkey: The Dersim 38 Tertele (massacre)  333  16:15 . Universidade Estadual do Ceará.17:45 412 Table 1: Human Rights as Politics Location: 22 {OB} Authors and Papers Bedriye POYRAZ. Sociology. USA Spaces.Authors and Papers Celina SU.

Otacilio Maia RAMOS e Maria José DA LUZ RAMOS.10:30 461 Table 2: Brazil and Argentina Location: 25 {OB} Authors and Papers Mani MARINS. USA Private responsibilities for human rights: “Too big” to be accountable? Queise RAMOS. Brazil Sangue e vida: Interpretações nos campos real e simbólico testemunhas de jeová 09:00 . France La production des frontières symboliques entre les « pauvres » à partir d'un programme de transfert de revenu au Brésil Enrique ANDRIOTTI ROMANIN. direitos humanos e comissão nacional da verdade Friday 3 August 09:00 . Veridiana Tonzar Ristori OZAKI. Brazil New democracies and respect for human rights: Does a culture of respect for human rights naturally evolve with the return to democracy?  334  . Brazil Voluntades anticipadas (testamento vital): Dignidad para vivir y morir Adriana VALINOTTI. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Baylor University. Lyon. Case Western Reserve University. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.10:30 462 Table 3: National Issue Location: 26 {OB} Authors and Papers Vinicius ARAÚJO. Universidade Estadual Paulista. USA Rearticulating economic rights and producing dignity in an Argentine shantytown Aline SOUTO and Danielle SOARES. Universidade Estadual Paulista. Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata. Louis Community College. Brazil An analysis concerning the effectiveness of creating spaces of transnational dialogue. Marlene GOMES DA COSTA ZANELLA and Gersi ZANELLA. Patrícia Borba MARCHETTO and João Bosco PENNA. St. Brazil Transição. Argentina Los juicios por la verdad y la justicia post-transición en la Argentina Rodrigo STUMPF GONZALEZ and Rodrigo LENTZ. USA Holy wars & dirty wars: Martyrdom as a form of social protest Lisa MARTINO-TAYLOR. Brazil The dynamics between state and civil society: Limitations to human rights' effectiveness brought by the conditions of sociability reproduction Vanessa ZANELLA. Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto. USA The Manhattan-Rochester coalition and tests on vulnerable populations without consent Megan PEPPEL. between feminists/ Latin-American movements in human rights actions Nancy CARDIA and Sérgio ADORNO.10:30 460 Table 1: Theory of Dignity Location: 22 {OB} Authors and Papers Rafael de Oliveira ALVES. University of California. Brazil Challenges of ensuring human rights and human dignity and placement of print media in Pernambuco Brian GRAN and Rachel BRYANT. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Brazil The city and the World Cup: Exceptions of the state and the right Matheus Massaro MABTUM. University of São Paulo. Argentina Trabajo y dignidad humana: Aportes para una sociedad igualitaria 09:00 .Authors and Papers Candi CANN.

Brazil El uso social del derecho y la garantía de protección a los pueblos indígenas en Brasil Gabriela FRIED AMILIVIA. Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Univesity of São Paulo. Brazil Homelessness: Incarceration. USA Chair: Brian GRAN. USA Fields of fire: Emancipation and resistance in Colombia Alessandra MARCHIONI. Brazil and Marco HOVNANIAN. USA Authors and Papers Louis ESPARZA. Universidade de Brasília. Yucatán. Brazil Organized crime in Latin America .The influence of drug trafficking in metropolitan areas Rosario POZO GORDALIZA. prácticas y políticas (des) protección social Brian GRAN. USA Do rights matter? A comparative analysis of children's rights Rebeca Makowski de Oliveira PRADO and Carla Arantes de SOUZA. escape or freedom? 10:45 . Brazil Adolescent drug trafficking and the absence/ presence of the state Marcia BARBERO PORTELA. Uruguay El pozo y el péndulo. Agencia Nacional de Investigacion e Innovacion del Uruguay. Brazil La institucionalización de niños en Brasil: Trayectoria histórica. Univesity of São Paulo. Argentina Los vínculos de respeto en la experiencia de los estudiantes del nivel secundario André HOVNANIAN. Spain Trajectories of life of female offenders in the Spanish juvenile justice Maria ALEU. Universidad Estadual Paulista. CONICET. Uruguay The right to justice vs. Porto Alegre. Universidade Federal da Bahia. Case Western Reserve University. México Raissa OLIVEIRA. Case Western Reserve University.Naiara GROSSI. Brazil The hydroelectric power station of Belo Monte and indigenous issues: Aspects silenced for an indolent reason 12:30 . Políticas de protección y control social dirigidas a la adolescencia en infracción a la ley penal en el Uruguay actual Môniele SANTOS. El Colegio de México.12:15 519 Human Rights: How Do We Tackle the Problems of Indigenous Youth? Location: 305 {OB} Session Organizer: Maria de Lourdes BELDI de ALCANTARA. Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie. Mexico Gobernanza política y coordinación intersectorial: Cambios en el modelo de regulación de la problemática de derechos humanos en Colombia 2003-2006  335  . Universidad de la República. Brazil Chair: Maria de Lourdes BELDI de ALCANTARA. California State University. Brazil Authors and Papers Roxana QUIROZ-CARRANZA. Universidade Federal de Alagoas. Universidade de São Paulo. Un estudio de caso en Mérida. Brazil Gender and human rights: In search of female otherness Francisco ROCHA AMORIM. Case Western Reserve University. policies of oblivion: Uruguay's transitional justice domestic developments and the inter-American court of human rights' Gelman case sentence (2010-2011) Alexander GONZALEZ CHAVARRIA. Mexico Aprendiendo a ser joven con derechos propios en condiciones de pobreza y exclusión social. Universidade Estadual Paulista.14:00 567 Social or Community Conditions That Nurture and Sustain Human Rights Location: 305 {OB} Session Organizer: Brian GRAN.

Australia Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Cristina GUILAM and André PEREIRA NETO. Loughborough University.10:30 42 Risk and Health/Illness. United Kingdom Risk and dementia Saturday 4 August 9:00 . SUNY. ZINN.10:30 648 Human Rights Practices in Argentina: How Movements/NGOs and Other Collectives are Using Human Rights for Social Justice in Argentina Location: 305 {OB} Session Organizer: Manisha DESAI. United Kingdom Chair: Patrick BROWN. Brazil La protección en Brasil Fabrina FURTADO and Raquel PINTO. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Argentina and Barbara SUTTON. King's College London. Argentina El papel del movimiento de derechos humanos en la reconstitución del consenso hegemónico en la Argentina post 2001 TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty Programme Coordinator: Jens O. Netherlands We are the canary in a coal mine . Brazil Brazil: New developmentalism and environmental conflicts in Latin American Guillermo BARON. Part I Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizers: Patrick BROWN. United Kingdom Mentally disordered offenders subject to conditional discharge: Their views of risk assessment and management procedures Bert DE GRAAFF and Christian BROER. CLACSO. University at Albany. Netherlands and Martyn CHAMBERLAIN. Parque de Memoria. University of Connecticut. Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública. USA Panelists: Marcelo BRODSKY. University of Melbourne. USA  336  . University of the West of England. University of Amsterdam. Netherlands Authors and Papers Jeremy DIXON. Brazil Health. University of Amsterdam. risk and internet Jo MORIARTY and Jill MANTHORPE.Establishing a disease category and a new health risk Helena GARBIN. Rio de Janeiro.Paula RINCON AFONSO COSTA. Universidade de Brasilia. University of Amsterdam.

United Kingdom When drug journeys and life journeys collide: Biographies of risk and pleasure  337  .14:00 144 Risk. 2011 Marisa IACOBELLIS and Sara LIFSZYC. USA. ritual and health responsibilisation: Japan's 'safety blanket' of surgical face mask wearing Stella PEREZ. Germany Authors and Papers Lisa WILLIAMS. Germany Authors and Papers Andreas HIRSELAND. Argentina Situación alimentaria en niños pobres: La problemática de la inequidad alimentaria desde la perspectiva del riesgo Hagit PERES. Argentina Percepciones sobre la movilidad social y la planificación de trayectorias: Un enfoque biográfico sobre las incertidumbres al interior del hogar. from monologue to dialogue {*} 12:30 . University of Leipzig. Loughborough University. Part II Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizer: Marian BURCHARDT.16:00 188 Risk. Portugal Risk and uncertainty in Portuguese long-term care: An exploratory study Adam BURGESS. CONICET. integration work and risk management in contemporary Chile Lorena POBLETE. Israel Risk as knowledge or knowledge as risk? Parental perceptions and coping with newborns medically defined “at high risk” Ana CARDENAS TOMAZIC. Greensboro. University of Amsterdam. United Kingdom Risk. Part II Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizers: Martyn CHAMBERLAIN. United Kingdom and Patrick BROWN. Institut für Arbeitsmarkt. Loughborough University. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Germany Chair: Marian BURCHARDT. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Maria Vitória MOURAO and Jorge Lopes da COSTA. Argentina. Vern BAXTER2 and Pamela JENKINS2. Biography and Everyday Life. Argentina When social risk became individual. CONICET. Biography and Everyday Life. University of Leipzig. University of Manchester. Biographies made during December 2001 in Argentina 14:30 . Part I Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizer: Marian BURCHARDT.10:45 . University of Leipzig. Universidad Diego Portales. (1) University of North Carolina. (2)University of New Orleans. Universidad Nacional del Sur. Argentina Subjetividad y transformaciones sociales: Universitarios en épocas de cambio Steve KROLL-SMITH1. Ben Gurion University. Germany Constructing the self-responsible welfare recipient by law – Biographies and everyday life after the German welfare reform Jesica PLA. Germany Chair: Marian BURCHARDT. University of Leipzig.12:15 92 Risk and Health/Illness. University of Kent. USA The telling of disaster. Chile Professional women. Netherlands Chair: Martyn CHAMBERLAIN. Technical University of Lisbon.

16:00 374 Theoretical Developments on Risk. DE WEYDENTHAL and Dean PIERIDES. Université Saint-Louis. Belgium Self-help reading: A social ritual of coping with risk in everyday life Nicholas B.and interpersonal risk trade-offs Willy SOTO. Carthage College Authors and Papers Jens O. Uncertainty and Related Concepts. high-risk behavior. Australia Chair: Klaus Peter JAPP. Brazil The IT managers' voluntary risk taking and the new capitalism's justificatory system Roni FACTOR.14:00 325 Theoretical Developments on Risk. Australia Material-semiotics and the sociology of risk: A tale of two cities or an entanglement of sorts? 10:45 . ZINN. Humboldt University Berlin.10:30 232 Voluntary Risk Taking and Edgework Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizer: Steven LYNG. Macquarie University. Germany Corps-machines dans le jeu du vertige-contrôle : Les jeunes et les courses de voitures et des motos Thays MOSSI.12:15 281 Risk. University of Bielefeld. Part II Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizer: Jens O. ZINN. Australia Risk and resilience: Optimism and social (dis)order Marko AHTEENSUU. Part I Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizer: Jens O. Germany The risky comparisons of international organizations Peter ROGERS. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Uncertainty and Related Concepts. Sydney. Germany Authors and Papers Nicolas MARQUIS. University of Melbourne. Carthage College Chair: Steven LYNG. Australia Towards an interdisciplinary understanding of voluntary risk taking Leila JEOLAS. and social resistance 12:30 . University of Melbourne.Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Universidade Estadual de Londrina. University of Bielefeld. Germany Authors and Papers Klaus Peter JAPP. Universidad Nacional. University of Melbourne. University of Haifa. Finland Intra. ZINN. Human Rights and Global Justice Joint session TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice (host committee) TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty Location: 305 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions  338  . University of Melbourne. Israel Minorities. Brazil and Hagen KORDES. Costa Rica Entre la sociedad industrial y la sociedad del riesgo: El reto teórico de la sociología latinoamericana {*} 14:30 . Munster University. University of Turku. Australia Chair: Natalia BESEDOVSKY.

Graciela NOZICA and Elena TABER. University of Coruña. ZINN. ZINN.10:30 459 Governing the Risk Society. Analysis of the governance process and public participation in the decision of the refuge areas in Spain Gabriela DI GIULIO. Australia Authors and Papers Renata MOTTA. Mexico Riesgos. Part II Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizers: Marian BURCHARDT. desastres y procesos electorales en México María HENRIQUEZ. Universidad Nacional del Litoral. Universidad Nacional de San Juan. Germany and Jens O. Australia Chair: Manuel CAVIA. Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos.12:15 518 Governing the Risk Society. University of Leipzig.14:00 566 Risk Discourse and the Media. Universidad Nacional del Litoral. Lithuanian University of Health Sciences. Argentina Sociedad del riesgo y representación política: Nuevos sujetos. Germany The distinction between risk and uncertainty among credit rating analysts 10:45 . Humboldt University Berlin. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. Wageningen University. Brazil The power of critic: Social risks and corporate social responsibility 12:30 . Nepal Authors and Papers Manuel CAVIA. nuevos problemas {*} Alejandra TOSCANA and Liliana LOPEZ-LEVI. Universidad Nacional del Sur. Brazil Risk governance: A need to cope with risks of environmental and climate change in Brazil Chiranjibi RIJAL. University of Melbourne. Netherlands Changes in livelihood capital assets in female-headed households: A post-conflict situation in Nepal Raquel PINTO. University of Leipzig. University of Melbourne. Germany and Jens O. Nepal. ZINN. University of Melbourne. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. University of Campinas. Germany Framing risk: Contention or legitimation? Leonardas RINKEVICIUS. and Hom Nath GARTAULA. Argentina Lineamientos empresariales en la sociedad del riesgo Nidia Irene BURSTEIN. Argentina 16:15 . Lithuania Sustaining the bee gees in Lithuania: Exploring social controversies and media impact on public discourses concerning organic foods and GMOs in rural communities  339  . Spain Sea risk and refuge areas. Freie Universitat Berlin. Argentina and Noemí Adriana GIGENA. Part I Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizer: Jens O. Australia Chair: Chiranjibi RIJAL. Part I Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizers: Marian BURCHARDT.Natalia BESEDOVSKY.17:45 415 TG04 Business Meeting Location: 309 {OB} Friday 3 August 09:00 . Argentina Gran minería y riesgo en la provincia de San Juan. Argentina Authors and Papers Elvira SANTIAGO.

resilience and resistance amongst young British Pakistanis Jasmin ZINE. risk and absence of blame for 'acts of god': Attenuation of the European volcanic ash cloud of 2010 Jed HORNER. Australia 'Affective political articulation': A new approach to examining the role of the media in the construction of infectious disease risk(s) 10:45 . Australia Chair: Leonardas RINKEVICIUS. Sweden The dismantling of family policy Keynesianism Jens O. Wilfrid Laurier University. United Kingdom Media.10:30 650 Social Policy. ZINN. University of Melbourne. Manchester Metropolitan University. University of Melbourne. University of New South Wales. Part II Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizer: Jens O.16:00 606 Risk Discourse and the Media. MONTEIRO. Work and Risk Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizers: Åsa LUNDQVIST. Canada and Erin GIBBS VAN BRUNSCHOT. Westminster Business School. Brazil Risk communication strategies. University of Kent. Canada Constructing the “enemies within”: Muslim youth and the racial politics of Canada's 'home grown' war on terror Murray LEE and Thomas CROFTS. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. University of Liverpool. Brazil Public communication of science and the nuclear debate in Brazil: The risk communication links between public and government Is retirement income at risk? A study of economic conditions amongst ethnic groups in the UK Fiorella MANCINI. University of Sydney. University of Liverpool. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Roberta ADAMI and Orla GOUGH. Mexico Different styles in managing risks in the world of work: A comparative study of occupational careers in Latin America Åsa LUNDQVIST. State University of Campinas.Ana Paula CAMELO and Marko S. University of Lund. Australia After the financial crisis – Towards a 'Melbournian approach' to social policy 14:30 . University of Campinas. Sweden and Peter TAYLOR-GOOBY. perceptions and attitudes to risks: A Brazilian case study Adam BURGESS. Lithuania Authors and Papers Gabriela DI GIULIO and José Eduardo VIGLIO. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Gabe MYTHEN. Crime and New Technologies Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizer: Gabe MYTHEN. anxiety and law Heather ROLLWAGEN. United Kingdom Contesting counter-terrorism regulation: Identity. Canada Tracking risk: GPS electronic monitoring and the production of risk knowledge in different cultural contexts Robert RALPHS. University of Kent. Lithuanian University of Health Sciences. United Kingdom Youth in Britain: 99 problems but the gang ain't one Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Ryerson University. ZINN. Australia 'Sexting' and young people: Risk.12:15 694 Risk. University of Calgary. United Kingdom  340  . University of Lund. A.

Finland Authors and Papers Bradley POWELL. University of Melbourne. Australia Chair: Timo HARRIKARI. Brazil Perceptions of violence and youth TG05 Visual Sociology Programme Coordinator: Regev NATHANSOHN. Australia Chair: Dan WOODMAN.12:30 . University of Newcastle. Concordia University. University of Michigan. United Kingdom Chair: Regev NATHANSOHN. Rio de Janeiro. Part I Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizer: Dan WOODMAN. University of Melbourne. United Kingdom Deconstructing deviance and risk abroad: Ethnographic encounters with British holidaymakers Steve THREADGOLD. USA Wednesday 1 August 10:45 . University of Michigan.12:15 94 Visual Sociology as/of Activism for Social Justice Location: 430 {NB} Session Organizers: Regev NATHANSOHN. University of Stirling. United Kingdom Encounters with violence: A living archive 14:30 . University of Helsinki. University of London. USA The risk of inaction: Correlating bullying with youth suicide across nations  341  . University of New South Wales. Polícia Militar do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. Australia Ambivalence and distinction in young people's perceptions of risk Ranmalie JAYASINHA and Joanne TRAVAGLIA. University of Helsinki. Queensland University of Technology. Australia Governing drug use among young people: Crime. University of Michigan. USA and E-J MILNE. Argentina Jóvenes. Australia Risky or resilient? Moving towards an understanding of multiplicity and difference in youth experience(s) through a conceptual framework of 'resistance' Elaine PASSOS. School of Law and Social Sciences. Brazil La juventud y el tercer sector: El reto de entrar en el mercado de trabajo Margaret PEREIRA. Finland Growing up in the world risk society Daniel BRIGGS. harm and contemporary drug practices Andreia CIDADE MARINHO. Case Western Reserve University. University of Melbourne.14:00 727 Risk and the Sociology of Youth. Maria de Lourdes CIDADE MARINHO.16:00 754 Risk and the Sociology of Youth. Part II Location: 309 {OB} Session Organizer: Dan WOODMAN. Canada Authors and Papers Beatriz VELIZ ARGUETA. USA Discussant: Elizabeth MILLER. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Australia Authors and Papers Hugo LEWIN. consumo de realities y aprendizajes éticos: La recepción de big brother en adolescentes mujeres y varones de distintos sectores sociales Timo HARRIKARI.

problematics and ethics of social activism for the disabled in virtual 3D worlds Gülsüm DEPELI. Australia Exploring the nature. Israel Discussant: Nathalie ZACCAI-REYNERS. Georgia State University. Goldsmiths University of London. Oranim Academic College. Ana Inés HERAS MONNER SANS. Justice. EHESS. education and research: The uses of audiovisual by self-managed. France Experimenting images: Disclosing a social housing area through 3D virtual model Geraldine BLOUSTIEN and Denise WOOD. María Cecilia ACOSTA. Activism. Université Libre de Bruxelles. Sciences-Po Paris. Argentina Teatralidad y espacio urbano: Las “escenas comando” de la organización negra en los años de la posdictadura Argentina Raphael SOIFER. Hacettepe University. Lewinsky Academic College. Israel and Shoshi WAKSMAN. autonomous groups in Argentina today E-J MILNE and Sarah WILSON. Adelaide. University of Stirling. Sri Lanka Power. USA Visibility versus the visible: How desires for social recognition shape protest aesthesis Arthur LAURENT. Belgium Authors and Papers Gabry VANDERVEEN. Universidad de Buenos Aires. University of Colombo. France and Grégoire ZABE. United Kingdom Social justice. University of Chicago. visual activism: Young people creating 'home' across public and domestic spaces Barbara MOROVICH. Turkey Transcending representation: Being an activist camera {*} Tobias ANDREASSON. University of South Australia. Instituto para la Inclusión Social y el Desarrollo Humano. University of Western Sydney. THROOP. activism.14:00 143 On Crime. Canada The space of graffiti in Uruguay's democratic transition 12:30 . Leiden University. Netherlands Visual techniques in the Dutch criminal justice system Johnny SPECTOR. Netherlands Chair: Ruthie GINSBURG. Israel Interpretive reading of the Palestinian security prisoners' representation  342  . Universidade Federal Fluminense. University of Haifa.Jorgelina FLURY. Israel Banksy on the Israel-Palestine wall seen by the people: New worlds or world news? Daniela LUCENA. David BURIN. Leiden University. Minerva Center for Human Rights. resistance and mobilizing affect through art: Barrelism of Chandraguptha Thenuwara 14:30 . France and Marion SLITINE. Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Strasbourg. York University. Goldsmiths University of London. Australia Photovoice as activism Yael GUILAT.16:00 191 Visual Activism: The (Street) Art of Making Visible Alternative Ways of Seeing the World Location: 430 {NB} Session Organizer: Christian von WISSEL. USA Authors and Papers Joseph Jay SOSA. Israel A “silence” field of struggle: A visual interpretation of the current memorial landscape of military cemeteries in Israel Pavithra TANTRIGODA. United Kingdom Chair: Christian von WISSEL. Power and Resistance: Top-Down and Bottom-Up Visual Practices Location: 430 {NB} Session Organizer: Gabry VANDERVEEN. United Kingdom Discussant: Liz C. Argentina Images. Ecole Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg. Brazil Xapolhim's concrete steps: An artist-flâneur challenges the “shock of order” Ximena GRISCTI.

16:00 371 Critiquing Participatory Video: Experiences from Around the World Location: 430 {NB} Session Organizers: Gabry VANDERVEEN. knowledge production and power in a South African shack settlement Namita SINGH. Canada Image and consciousness: Che Guevara's face in the Arab revolutions Babak RAHIMI. Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. Leiden University. Iran Civic media. Argentina Discussant: Nitin SAWHNEY. University of Milano-Bicocca. Spain Representing the “voice”: A critical perspective on participatory video practice Elisa BIGNANTE. United Kingdom Understandings from the process: How can PV affect the agency of women? 12:30 .12:15 279 Civic Media and Creative Youth Activism in the Middle East Location: 430 {NB} Session Organizer: Nitin SAWHNEY. University of Torino. Royal Holloway University of London. The New School for Public Engagement. Open University. Collective Actions and Social Change (host committee) TG05 Visual Sociology Location: 38 {OB} For programme details see section Joint Sessions 16:15 . Tehran. Jay MISTRY. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Arianna MENCARONI. United Kingdom Chair: Valentina ANZOISE.17:45 411 Collaborative Visual Methodologies. University of Stirling.Thursday 2 August 10:45 . University of Stirling. The New School for Public Engagement. Instituto para la Inclusión Social y el Desarrollo Humano. Manchester Metropolitan University. University of Western Ontario. Netherlands and E-J MILNE. Canada Problematizing participatory video with youth in Canada: A critical disruptive praxis? Shannon WALSH. EHESS. Netherlands Discussant: E-J MILNE. Leiden University. USA  343  . Part I Location: 430 {NB} Session Organizer: E-J MILNE. Open University. Israel Performing art in the Palestinian artistic scene: Contemporary creation or form of mobilization? Regev NATHANSOHN. University of Michigan. United Kingdom and Andrea BERARDI. USA Authors and Papers Marion SLITINE. embodied practices and creative youth activism in post-election Iran 14:30 . Italy Discussant: Nitin SAWHNEY. United Kingdom Why are we doing it? Negotiating expectations in the PV process Matthew ROGERS. South Africa Participatory video. University of Stirling. USA Chair: Jorgelina FLURY. University of New Brunswick. USA The experience of production and production of experience: Filmmaking in a mixed neighborhood Gary BRATCHFORD. United Kingdom Visual activism in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories: New media technologies enable witnesses and visual citizenship Maria-Carolina CAMBRE. United Kingdom Chair: Gabry VANDERVEEN. University of Johannesburg.14:00 318 Visual Representation of Injustice and Exclusion Joint session RC48 Social Movements. Italy. The New School for Public Engagement.

University of Sussex. USA Muslim women and girls: Searching for democracy and self-expression Geraldine BLOUSTIEN.Authors and Papers Theresa WHITE and Moshoula CAPOUS-DESYLLAS. South 10:45 . Universidad de Buenos Aires. USA Participatory art practices in urban space Sarah FRANZEN. Canada Chair: Dee BRITTON. Institute of Development Studies. Videos and Cyber-Activism on Social and Environmental Issues Location: 430 {NB} Session Organizer: Valentina ANZOISE. University of Stirling. City University of Hong Kong. Part II Location: 430 {NB} Session Organizers: E-J MILNE.S. University of Montreal. the public and the media Maria Eduarda Mota ROCHA. University of Passau. United Kingdom Unruly politics and methodological mashups: How can participatory visual methods contribute to citizen engagement? Elizabeth MILLER. Colombia. and Angie NG. Argentina Technologies of friendship in the context of conflict in social activism  344  . USA Discussant: Tessa LEWIN. Wellthon Rafael Aguiar LEAL and Yvana Carla Fechine BRITO. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. Harvard University. State University of New York. United Kingdom and Valérie AMIRAUX. University of Cà Foscari. California State University. Israel The trembling hand: Visual documentation of the Israeli human rights organization B'Tselem Tessa LEWIN and Joanna WHEELER. and Bernadette LONGO.12:15 520 New Media. Australia Playing for life: Reflecting on participatory video to research youth music and media practices Ruthie GINSBURG. Canada and Michele LUCHS. Sweden Authors and Papers María Soledad FERNANDEZ BOUZO. USA Web-based visual communication for social criticism: Powerful design Friday 3 August 09:00 . Hebrew University of Jerusalem. USA Visualizing culture and power: The aesthetics of farming among African-Americans in the rural U. University of Minnesota. UK Authors and Papers Syd KROCHMALNY. Germany Visualizing SlutWalk: Participants. Italy and Anton TORNBERG. University of Milano-Bicocca. Canada Sharing stories to activate dialogue with refugee youth in Montreal Daniel GARRETT. Brazil Las políticas de “inclusión digital” en Brasil: Análisis de un experimento en el activismo de midia libre en una comunidad pobre de Recife Elizabeth MACWILLIE. Análisis y reflexiones sociológicas sobre el activismo ambientalista en las narrativas audiovisuales Lorenzo NATALI. Emory University. Italy Environmental activism and eco-global criminology: A visual approach Germán Mauricio MEJIA RAMIREZ.10:30 458 Collaborative Visual Methodologies. University of Caldas. University of Milano-Bicocca. University of Milano-Bicocca. cámara y justicia ambiental". University of South Australia. Chalmers University of Technology. Ministry of Education. Concordia University. Italy Discussants: Michele ZAPPIA. Italy Chair: Valentina ANZOISE. Argentina "Luz.

10:30 647 Culture and Visual Forms of Power: Experiencing Contemporary Spaces of Resistance Location: 430 {NB}  345  . Argentina Diseño y artesanía. MANZO and Jerome KRASE. Technical University Berlin. Brazil Pinhole: Uma experiência com crianças pequenas 10:45 . Imágenes en tensión entre lo dominante y lo residual Fabiene GAMA. Argentina Discussant: Dee BRITTON. University of Campinas. Politecnico di Torino. Monash University. USA Discussant: Lidia K.14:00 568 Teaching Visual Methods. USA Saturday 4 August 09:00 .12:15 695 TG05 Business Meeting & Rachel Tanur Memorial Prize Awarding Ceremony Location: 430 {NB} Session Organizer: Regev NATHANSOHN. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Brazil Perspectives from the South: Documenting home to break and to build stereotypes Emiliana ARMANO. Brazil The use of the body image as a strategy for engagement in social media Session Organizers: Lidia K.C. Italy Subjectivity and video-based studies: The intercourse between ROM culture and forms of expressions and resistance by dancing 12:30 . MANZO. Victoria University of Wellington. USA Digital media and community planning in US cities Tarcisio TORRES SILVA. Universidade de São Paulo. Jagiellonian University. State University of Milan. City University of New York. Poland Visual imagination: An important competence of a sociologist Sophia ROSOCHACKI. Italy Authors and Papers Karen CRINALL. Italy. Germany Reflexive videography Allison KIRKMAN. USA Chair: Jerome KRASE. ISCTE. and Tamara BELLONE. Argentina El uso de la fotografía en el proceso de (re) articulación étnica en comunidades rurales Argentina Verónica DEVALLE. and Elmarie COSTANDIUS.Katherine FOO. Portugal Chair: Syd KROCHMALNY. City University of New York. New Zealand Leaving a trace: The politics of cemeteries Maria Cristina STELLO LEITE and Jonas RODRIGUES PIMENTEL. State University of New York. USA Authors and Papers Piotr SZTOMPKA. South Africa Visual interventions and community engagement through a university curriculum in South Africa René TUMA. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Learning to Become a Visual Sociologist Location: 430 {NB} Session Organizer: Dennis ZUEV. University of Stellenbosch. University of Michigan. Australia Beyond Foucault's subject of power: The effect of visual emergence in grass-roots social activism Beatriz NUSSBAUMER. University of Trento. Universidad Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Clark University.C.

USA Chair: Suzanne VAUGHAN. Randolph-Macon College. Canada A good employee is a learning employee: The textual construction of 'employees of choice' Phillip CORMACK. University of Calgary. challenges and prospects in the application of institutional ethnography research 14:30 . University of Calgary. University of South Australia. Part I Location: 306 {OB} Session Organizer: Paul LUKEN. USA Authors and Papers Lois ANDRE-BECHELY. Norway Social practices of establishing certainty in child welfare case work: A single-case study Lindsay PRIOR. York University. Argentina Características del saber compartido que hay que observar en una oficina universitaria Kjeld HOEGSBRO. Australia and Barbara COMBER. USA Achievements. University of Regina. USA Authors and Papers Mariano BARGERO. and persistent: Institutional responses to bullying and gendered violence in Ontario schools Elizabeth GILL. Queensland University of Technology. Queen's University.12:15 93 The Social Organization of Knowledge.16:00 190 The Social Organization of Knowledge. University of Vienna. Arizona State University. Australia Mandated assessment policy and teachers' work: Representing and enacting teaching and learning in an age of market reforms Pernille Stornaess SKOTTE. USA Questioning our own textual practices in the service of social justice Alison FISHER.10:30 43 Social Justice and Institutional Ethnography Location: 306 {OB} Session Organizer: Suzanne VAUGHAN. USA Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . University of West Georgia. University of West Georgia. Part II Location: 306 {OB} Session Organizer: Paul LUKEN. Universidad Nacional Arturo Jauretche. Canada Intentionality within organizations: Reflectivity and the human rights agenda Paul LUKEN. Education. USA Chair: Paul LUKEN. Aalborg University. Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences.TG06 Authors and Papers Cheryl ZURAWSKI. University of West Georgia. Denmark Institutional ethnography and people with schizophrenia Julia DAHLVIK. unwanted. USA Chair: Liza McCOY. Arizona State University. University of West Georgia. University of West Georgia. United Kingdom The role of inscription in organizational life Institutional Ethnography Programme Coordinator: Paul LUKEN. Austria Organizing knowledge in an asylum office Liza McCOY. California State University. Canada Moral discourse and institutional work processes in the settlement sector in Canada 10:45 . Canada  346  . Canada Unwelcome.

National University Singapore. Canada Uudle-izing higher education: Constructing a global accountability relation Laura FERREÑO and Ana Lucía OLMOS ALVAREZ. USA Authors and Papers Roxana CRUDI. University of Haifa.14:00 145 Sensory Experiences: Constituents of Social Justice and Democratization? Location: 308 {OB} Authors and Papers Adriana THOMAZOTTI CLARO. Universidad de Buenos Aires. An attempt of application of institutional ethnography in Mendoza. York University. USA Making the work of people visible in housing Mandy FRAKE-MISTAK. Argentina Dime cómo defines cultura y te diré qué relevas 16:15 . Argentina Coproducing life histories: The ethnographic challenges of producing knowledge with the segregated urban communities Alison GRIFFITH. Canada and Barbara Comber. Argentina Suzanne VAUGHAN.17:45 416 TG06 Business Meeting Location: 306 {OB} TG07 Senses and Society Programme Coordinators: Devorah KALEKIN-FISHMAN. California State University. Singapore 14:30 . Universidad de Buenos Aires. Canada New forms of governance: Parental involvement in schools Wednesday 1 August 12:30 . Arizona State University.Thursday 2 August 10:45 . Switzerland Thinking juvenile citizenship: Two ethnographical examples from Switzerland Sabrina Soledad YAÑEZ. Argentina Mothering experiences and public health institutions. Queensland University of Technology. Queensland University of Technology. Australia Authors and Papers Laurence OSSIPOW WUEST. York University.12:15 280 Puzzles and Challenges in Institutional Ethnography Research Location: 306 {OB} Session Organizer: Barbara COMBER. Australia Chairs: Alison GRIFFITH. York University. Universidad Nacional de Avellaneda. USA Chair: Lois ANDRE-BECHELY. Israel and Kelvin LOW. Pilar FIUZA and Juan FERENAZ. Brazil Culture. Haute Ecole de Travail Social. Delia FRANCO. freedom and economic development: An analysis based on the concept of social capital  347  . Fundação Getúlio Vargas.16:00 375 Transnational Ruling Relations Location: 306 {OB} Session Organizer: Paul LUKEN. University of West Georgia.

New Zealand Trapped by consumption: Towards the liberation of the senses in an age of austerity Alexandre MARCHANT. Canada Moving bodies: Proprioception and socio-political inscriptions Beatriz CARDOSO MONTANHANA. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco.Florencia DANSILIO. United Kingdom Exploring family norms and the construction of young people's identities through multi-sensory research Devorah KALEKIN-FISHMAN.16:00 372 Meet the Authors – Phillip Vannini and Dennis Waskul Location: 308 {OB} Authors and Papers Phillip VANNINI. Uruguay El desplazamiento de lo político en el teatro postdictadura: Reconfiguraciones en la experiencia común de lo sensible Florence FIGOLS. France The heroin scenes in Paris and Amsterdam in the 1980s: Instinctive emotions and sensory geography of the city 12:30 . University of Haifa. University of Göttingen. Universidad de la República Oriental del Uruguay. United Kingdom. Royal Roads University. USA The present and future of a sensuous sociology  348  . Université Paris X. Brazil Sociability patterns in closed residential condominiums: The emergence of a lenient culture toward crime in Brazil 14:30 . Brazil Urban social interactions. representations of the city and society. Helena WEBB2 and Dirk VOM LEHN2. Free University Berlin. Germany The plural morality of forgiveness: Insights from a qualitative interview study of cultural codifications Milton CRUZ.16:00 189 Sensory Order(s). Canada and Dennis WASKUL. (1) University of London. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Israel Beyond the distinction between 'music' and 'noise': Representing sounds William GIBSON1. Universidade de São Paulo. Sensory Transgressions Location: 308 {OB} Authors and Papers Sonja FUCKER and Christian VON SCHEVE. University of Stirling.14:00 324 Sensory Scholarship: New Directions in Theory and Methodology? Location: 308 {OB} Authors and Papers Kelvin LOW. Brazil La participación de los inspectores del trabajo en Brasil para la promoción del concepto de salud: El desafío del acoso moral Colin CREMIN. Minnesota State University. and citizen consciousness Noorman ABDULLAH. Singapore Sensory entitlements. infringements and religious 'harmony' in everyday life Andiara LOPES. Germany Materialities of (urban) space: Emergence and sensory perception in social processes 14:30 . National University of Singapore. University of Auckland. United Kingdom Objectifying sight through eye-tests: Using video to study the senses in social interaction Nicole WITTE and Johannes BECKER. (2) King's College London. Concordia University. Singapore Towards a sensory history of Asia: A sociocultural perspective Sarah WILSON. National University of Singapore.

10:30 463 The Senses in Selfhood and Identity Location: 308 {OB} Authors and Papers Maria Daniela OCHOA AGUDELO. United Kingdom Emplaced en route: Multi-sensory perspectives on the city on the move 10:45 . Universidad Nacional del Litoral. Costa Rica Calentamiento global. Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo. Colegio de Sociólogos del Perú. Brazil Back and forth of the silk: Regional production and reproduction of memories and identities Siegfried SAERBERG. sentidos y función de la transgresión en la cultura urbano popular Washington Luiz SIELEMANN. oficio y cuerpo: El caso de los tatuadores y perforadores profesionales de la ciudad de Santa Fe Laura BRASLOW. Brazil and Luciana ZAMPROGNE. Universidad de Chile. Universidad Católica del Uruguay. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Queensland University of Technology.12:15 696 TG07 Business Meeting Location: 308 {OB}  349  . Uruguay Los procesos de integración de los inmigrantes en Uruguay: Desde el "melting pot" hacia el "multiculturalismo atenuado" 10:45 . Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro.12:15 521 Urbanity. Universidad Nacional. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Australia Urban a/effect: Experiencing urban change Christian VON WISSEL. Brazil La capoeira Angola lyonese “glocalizada” Silvia FACAL.10:30 649 Migrant Sensescapes and Transnationalism Location: 308 {OB} Authors and Papers Willy SOTO ACOSTA. gestión ambiental y migraciones ecológicas Cecilia Inés JIMENEZ ZUNINO. Brazil Fue una vez: Un análisis comparativo de las representaciones de la infancia brasileña en las obras de Monteiro Lobato y Mauricio de Souza Alejandra VILLANUEVA. Spain Estrategias simbólicas y contextos migratorios Celso BRITO. USA Imaginaries.Friday 3 August 09:00 . Argentina Identidad. Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo. affect and sociospatial change: An embodied theory of belonging and displacement Juliana LUIZ. Universidad de Antioquia. Germany The blind flaneur Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Portugal Rethinking "non planned" urban areas: The role of urban agriculture in migrant communities Patricia REINHEIMER. Goldsmiths University of London. Isabel BARRENECHE GIRALDO and Henry Obed PEREA ALZATE. Blinde und Kunst. nostalgia. Universidade de Coimbra. Chile Construction of young male identities: A research on engineering students Melania STEHLI. Space and Place Location: 308 {OB} Authors and Papers Emma FELTON. Colombia Identity on the border Pedro Pablo CCOPA. Peru Cuerpos. City University of New York.

University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.14:00 102 Alternatives to neoliberal globalization: Comparing counterhegemonic projects. California State University. University of São Paulo.14:00 287 Alternatives to neoliberal globalization: Comparing counterhegemonic projects. USA The Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas as an alternative to neoliberalism: Then and now Henry VELTMEYER. University of Warwick. United Kingdom Contesting neoliberal hegemony . SCHULZ. USA In search of a great transformation: Weaving together a new historical subject Mike GEDDES. MARQUES. USA Authors and Papers Peter EVANS. University of Illinois at Urbana– Champaign. and Sylvia WALBY. Brazil Solidarity economy and counter-hegemony in the world-system: Insights from Brazil and Portugal Thursday 2 August 12:30 . Canada Postneoliberalism: An emerging radical consensus in Latin America Joana S. University of California. SCHULZ. Part I Joint session RC07 Futures Research (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society Location: APT 16 {OB} Session Organizers: William CARROLL and Markus S. United Kingdom  350  . Canada Co-chairs: Christopher CHASE-DUNN. Part II Joint session RC07 Futures Research (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society Location: APT 16 {OB} Session Organizers: William CARROLL and Markus S. University of California-Riverside. USA Chairs: William CARROLL and Markus S. Saint Mary’s University.The case of Bolivia Anna Karoline SINDLER. USA. SCHULZ. University of Victoria. Lancaster University.Joint Sessions RC02 Economy and Society RC07 Futures Research Wednesday 1 August 12:30 .

and Liz McFALL. Sebastian URETA. Chile. Universidad Diego Portales. City University of New York. USA The contested terrains of public sociology OSSANDON. Chile The educational market/state dyad: The Chilean case Federico LORENC VALCARCE.Authors and Papers Jelica STEFANOVIC-STAMBUK. University of São Paulo. Belgium The absent consumer values in the marketisation of european public services: Results of a cross-national citizens-survey Monise PICANÇO. CONICET. Universidad Diego Portales. Chile and Dean PIERIDES. Universidade de Brasília. Brazil Spatialization and development: A non-hegemonic view Valerio VERREA. Germany The creation and developments of an alternative market. Chile. University of Leipzig.16:00 351 Organizing markets Joint session RC17 Sociology of Organization (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society Location: 433 {NB} Session Organizers: Daniel FRIDMAN. University of Belgrade. Economics making health and transport Alejandra FALABELLA. Russia Democracy surveillance through international multilateral structures Rogerio GIUGLIANO. St.16:00 736 Organizing global and domestic finances Joint session RC17 Sociology of Organization RC02 Economy and Society (host committee) Location: 410 {NB} Session Organizers: Jose OSSANDON. University of Victoria. The commodification of surveillance and protection in Argentina Antoine MAILLET. Brazil {*} The pop management culture and the construction of a market of corporative conducts in Brazil RC02 Economy and Society RC17 Sociology of Organization Thursday 2 August 14:30 . Argentina Producing and organizing markets in private security. France To be (or not to be) a market-organizer: Unpacking the Chilean neoliberal state Guy VAN GYES and Sem VANDEKERCKHOVE. Open University. Technical University of Berlin. The example of Fair Trade between Latin America and Europe Gilles VERPRAET. CERI. Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Jose Saturday 4 August 14:30 . Which future for European anti-crisis mobilisation and Maghreb mobilization? Jay ARENA. Universidad Diego Portales. University of Melbourne. Petersburg State University. Canada. Serbia Global society making: Transnational occupation with sociocracy and sociodiplomacy Alexander KUTEYNIKOV. United Kingdom  351  . Catholic University of Leuven. France Transnational solidarities between democratization and governance’s crisis. Germany From performing to taming markets. CNRS. Australia Authors and Papers Jose OSSANDON.

AALBERS. Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies. Higher School of Economics. Argentina Aprendizaje en redes de práctica: Tres casos de grupos crea {*} Nicolás CHUCHCO. Colombia Social capital: Components and determinants Emre SÜNTER. Middle East Technical University.Authors and Papers Jyri LIUKKO. Argentina Moralidad y finanzas populares: El capital moral como especie de garantía Natalia BESEDOVSKY. Slovenia and Nadja DAMIJ. Colombia Authors and Papers Julia ESLAVA. University of Amsterdam. Russia Mobility patterns of researchers {*} Hector CHASKIELBERG. USA Global inequality and the financialization of food Todd Arthur BRIDGES. Finland Economizing insurance solidarity . Russia The development of knowledge and technology transfer in Russia: Challenges and opportunities Karolina LUKASIEWICZ and Anna SZCZUCKA. La construcción social del mercado de indicadores agregados en Argentina {*} Borut RONCEVIC. Russia Study of skills for innovation in the large-scale survey Natalia SHMATKO. University of Helsinki. Australia Home economics: Organising the household for global finance Joint session RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC02 Economy and Society (host committee) Location: 410 {NB} Session Organizers: Julian CARDENAS and Gabriel VELEZ-CUARTAS.the practices of insurance industry in Finland Manuel B.17:45 763 Knowledge based economies and networks of knowledge transfer  352  . Humboldt University Berlin. Chile Sowing financial consumers: Retail credit in Chile Ariel WILKIS. University of Antioquia. Argentina La calidad institucional como objeto económico. Netherlands Designing securities and calculating credit ratings Taylor NELMS. National Research University Higher School of Economics. Universidad Diego Portales. CESE-IDAES/UNSAM. Germany Regulating financial markets with financial knowledge Rebecca GRESH. Turkey Networks. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Poland Knowledge based economy? Barriers towards transfer of knowledge in Poland Natalia SHMATKO and Olga SHUVALOVA. Germany The organizing governance structure of a shadow financial market Fiona ALLON. debt and everyday economic organization in Ecuador Jose OSSANDON. public and governance in transition to bioeconomy: Turkish case and co-production of knowledge Galina SAGIEVA. National Research University Higher School of Economics. University of Sydney. University of California. School of Advanced Social Studies Nova Gorica. University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign. Faculty of Information Studies Novo Mesto. USA Una moneda de confianza (a trustworthy currency): Dollarization. Aacrea. Slovenia Social topography of knowledge based economies {*} RC02 Economy and Society RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology Saturday 4 August 16:15 . Jagiellonian University.

Jeju National University. and William CARROLL. USA Addressing the regulatory gaps in the relocation of Alaska natives: A case study of kivalina. Memorial University of Newfoundland. Memorial University of Newfoundland. Brazil South-south development cooperation under analysis: Paradigmatic rupture or reproduction? {*} Marilis ALMEIDA. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Sout Africa  353  . University of East Anglia. Portugal. University of Victoria. Ana DELICADO. UFRGS. Korea Sea water change experienced by fishers and women divers in Jeju Island. Japan Pressures which sustain or transform training programmes run by regional headquarters: Organisational fields of multinational corporations in Singapore and the perceptions of their managers {*} Authors and Papers Shin-Ock CHANG. Sophia University. Portugal Circulation of information in networks of interaction between university-industry {*} María Teresa de Sierra NEVES. University of California. Alaska Atsushi NOZAWA. University of Witwatersrand. reactions and community change Manisha DESAI. Tim O’RIORDAN. University of Victoria. USA In the forefront and yet marginal: Women in the farmers’ movement in Gujarat. University of Connecticut. India Christine SHEARER. Paulo GRANJO and Susana GUERREIRO. South Korea: Narratives. Sout Africa Chair: Michelle WILLIAMS. Canada and Vishwas SATGAR. Canada Co-Chair: Mark STODDART. Meiji University. UPN.Rosinha CARRION and Danielle ULLRICH. México Responsabilidad y pertinencia social de la universidad y transferencia de conocimiento {*} Nobuko HOSOGAYA. University of Lisbon. livelihoods and social-environmental interactions Joint Session RC24 Environment and Society (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society Location: 303 {OB} Session Organizers: Mark STODDART. Carla GOMES. United Kingdom Coastal change in Portugal: Community perceptions. Canada.12:15 493 Organizing the production of alternative visions to support social justice Joint session RC44 Labor Movements (host committee) RC02 Economy and Society Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizers: William CARROLL. Canada RC02 Economy and Society RC44 Labor Movements Friday 3 August 10:45 . Japan Environmental pollution in Japan and today’s problem of the compensation system for victims -case study research of minamata diseaseLuísa SCHMIDT. University of the Witwatersrand. social justice and democratization RC02 Economy and Society RC24 Environment and Society Friday 3 August 09:00 – 10:30 425 Conflicting economies.

USA Practice. Argentina Representations of teenagers about middle school. France La reivindicación de nacionalización bajo control obrero frente al gobierno de Hugo Chávez: El caso de sanitarios Maracay Hopes and inequalities in the transition to work: New data about a reappraised problem I. Tallinn University of Technology.Authors and Papers Vishwas SATGAR. South Africa Confronting climate catastrophe: The South African climate jobs campaign William CARROLL and JP SAPINSKI. Brazil Teacher education – Implications in the evaluation of basic education – IDEB – A case study in the south region of Brazil 28 RC10RC04 Part I: Round Table 2 Participation and Citizenship Joint session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . USA Inside the black box: College graduation and civic engagement Kaarel HAAV. Faculty of Social Sciences. Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Julia María SAN MARTÍN. Portugal and Rachel DE CASTRO ALMEIDA. Liliana CARRERAS. Viviana VEGA. Daniel MIRANDA Jorge ESCOBAR. Cristina VENINI. P. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management Location: 26 {OB} Authors and Papers Terry BESSER. Estonia Education for participatory democracy and social justice Juan Carlos CASTILLO. UBA. University of Witwatersrand.10:30 27 RC10RC04 Part I: Round Table 1 Stakeholders in School and Work Joint session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation. Suyay MURA and Isabel MARZIOLI. Ignacio MADERO. Canada Embedding postcapitalist alternatives: The global network of alternative knowledge production and mobilization Peter EVANS. Universidad Católica de Chile. Iowa State University. inequality and distributive beliefs: Evidence from the Chilean case 29 RC10RC04 Part I: Round Table 3 Expansion of Opportunities Joint session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation. Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais. University of Paris-VIII. Andrea SARKISSIAN. Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul. University of Victoria. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management Location: 25 {OB} Authors and Papers Miguel CHAVES. the world of work and politics Magda VIANNA DE SOUZA and Davi ESKENAZI. organizational form and the production of alternative visions Thomas POSADO. University of California. Chile Higher education. Brazil  354  . Organizational Democracy and Self-Management Location: 26 {OB} RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation.

Organizational Democracy and Self-Management Location: 22 {OB} Authors and Papers Guadalupe OLIVIER. Ministerio de Educación. Cyprus Social reproduction strategies and mass participation in higher education: The case of Cyprus Carmen Gonçalves de SOUZA and Cezar Bueno de LIMA. Université Sorbonne Nouvelle . Brazil La justicia en las escuelas y la organización escolar: La percepción de los profesores y estudiantes brasileños de educación superior Rosario AUSTRAL. Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná.Paris 3. Instituto de Investigación en Ciencias Sociales. Dimensión pedagógica Dinair Leal da HORA. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management Location: 26 {OB} Authors and Papers Claudia TALAVERA REYES. France The emergence of ‘potential’ as an alternative category of academic judgement? Access schemes and the renewal of paradigms on excellence in French and English elite Higher Education Layla CESAR. Brazil ¿Qué enseñamos a nuestros maestros? La formación de profesores a través de las universidades brasileñas 223 RC10RC04 Part II: Round Table 2 Desafíos de inclusión Joint session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. European University Cyprus. Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana. Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Argentina Retención de ingresantes universitarios.Authors and Papers Marios VRYONIDES. Análisis multi-escalar Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Brazil Deviant behavior at university: Punitive minds and paradigm relations Sarah PICKARD. Argentina Condicionantes sociales y educativos de las metas de futuro profesional entre mujeres y varones estudiantes del último año de estudio de la secundaria 224 RC10RC04 Part II: Round Table 3 Desigualdad escolar Joint session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation. Mexico Valores y formacion militar enN Mexico  355  . GARDUÑO VALERO. Ana Isabel IGLESIAS. universidades y conocimiento Joint session RC04 Sociology of Education RC10 Participation.10:30 222 RC10RC04 Part II: Round Table 1 Profesionales. Organizational Democracy and Self-Management Location: 25 {OB} Authors and Papers Ana CAMBOURS DE DONINI. social justice and access to university in England and France: To select or not to select? Annabelle ALLOUCH. Universidad Pedagógica Nacional-Mexico. Stella Maris MUIÑOS DE BRITOS and Juana FERREYRO. Paraguay ¿Investigar la desigualdad? Perspectivas y alcance de los estudios sobre educación media en Paraguay. Mexico Educación y cultura política Guillermo Javier R. Universidade de Brasília. Sciences Po Paris. France Democratic participation.

Universidad de Buenos Aires. India International Institute of Social Sciences.South Africa and Pekka RASANEN. University of Houston. Brazil A individuação na interseção entre as desigualdades sociais e escolares no contexto da modernização brasileira Nora GLUZ and Inés RODRIGUEZ MOYANO. USA and Ishwar MODI. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Sergiy KURBATOV. Finland Authors and Papers Marcelo KRICHESKY.Lucas DE MATOS SARDINHA PINTO. Brazil Joven negro y las posibilidades de integración de la formación agrotécnica RC04 Sociology of Education Saturday 4 August RC13 Sociology of Leisure 10:45 . Gary DWORKIN. Universidad de Playa Ancha. USA and Ishwar MODI. Ana Louise de Carvalho FIUZA. Part II Joint session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC04 Sociology of Education Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizers: A. Brazil International reports and the reform in education: Reflections on learning Patricio LANGA. University of Uppsala. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina Inclusión en la escuela secundaria y justicia educativa Luisa PATRICIA MUÑOZ and Violeta ACUÑA COLLADO.14:00 303 Leisure education: Social justice in life-long learning. Chile Leisure education: Social justice in life-long learning  356  . Universidade de São Paulo. University of Houston. Mozambique Higher education and the attainment of equity and social justice: Restructuring the funding model in Mozambique Maria Simone EUCLIDES. Universidade Federal de Viçosa. Greece and Karl SPRACKLEN. Neide Maria Almeida PINTO and Sheila Maria DOULA. Leeds Metropolitan University. Eduardo Mondlane University. India Co-chairs: Shaheeda ESSACK. Department of Higher Education. India Co-chairs: Dionysios GOUVIAS. Argentina Entre la tradición selectiva y la democratización de la escuela secundaria: Escolarización y política social en la Argentina actual Jimena PONCE DE LEÓN.12:15 Thursday 2 August 12:30 . Sweden Building an ivory tower in the age of globalization? The process of construction hierarchical academic 667 Leisure education: Social justice in life-long learning. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Gary DWORKIN. University of Turku. Part I Joint session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC04 Sociology of Education Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizers: A. India International Institute of Social Sciences. Argentina La educación y las TIC: Notas sobre la observación etnográfica de dos colegios receptores del plan conectar-igualdad en la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires order in contemporary education through international university rankings Sandra Maria SAWAYA. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. University of the Aegean.

Universidade de Brasília. Canada The consequences of diversity for social interactions in urban neighbourhoods Antti KIVIJÄRVI. Italy Co-chairs: Azril BACAL. living the cost: Ethical dilemmas in community engagement Bruna Cristina JAQUETTO PEREIRA. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizers: Azril BACAL.12:15 686 The ethics of intersectional politics and the challenges to alliances and coalition building in and outside academe Joint session RC32 Women in Society (host committee) RC05 Racism. University of Montreal. Uppsala University. Thomas SCHMITT and Steven VERTOVEC. Humboldt University. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Canada Authors and Papers Glenda BONIFACIO. India International Institute of Social Sciences. Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity. Universidade de Brasília Brazil Black women victimization of domestic violence in Brazil  357  . University of Montreal. India and Yuri KAZEPOV. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizer: Sirma BILGE. Karen SCHÖNWÄLDER. Argentina Discriminación a migrantes en el poder judicial: El encuentro con el otro a través del derecho al uso de la ciudad Gabriela MERA. Universidad de Buenos Aires. migration and ethnic relations Joint session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC05 Racism. Brazil El estado de bien estar social x el estado de buen vivir: ¿Qué educación queremos nosotros? Romina Paola TAVERNELLI and Lucila ROTGER. Ishwar MODI. Canada Sharing the burden. McGill University. Germany and Dietlind STOLLE. University of Urbino. Argentina Inmigración y fronteras urbanas: Los paraguayos en la ciudad de Buenos Aires RC05 Racism. urbanization. Finland Keeping distance – Fragility of ties between ethnic minority and majority youth in Finland RC05 Racism. Sweden.14:00 122 Leisure. Germany Authors and Papers Sören PETERMANN. Canada Chair: Sirma BILGE. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC32 Women in Society Saturday 4 August 10:45 . Sweden and Talja BLOKLAND. University of Lethbridge. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC21 Regional and Urban Development Wednesday 1 August 12:30 . University of Eastern Finland. Uppsala University.Layla CESAR.

not I come from” Friday 3 August 12:30 . ageism and hetero-normativity in Western commercials: Old and new forms of feminist semiotic activism Anna RANSIEK. Indian and when I get angry I come out of the devil” Laura MACHAT-FROM. University Campus Suffolk. Germany Closure and opening in asymmetrical communication about one’s belonging Laura ODASSO. University College Dublin.12:15 89 Where Are You From? Experiences of Exclusion. United Kingdom Unrooted biographies/unexpected reconnections Alice FELDMAN.14:00 564 Where are you from? Experiences of Exclusion. Marginalization and Racism. Part I Joint session RC38 Biography and Society RC05 Racism. Ireland and Romana KHAOURY. national identity and anti-racism in Ireland Lena INOWLOCKI. Programa de Doctorado en Estudios de la Sociedad y la Cultura. United Kingdom and Shamser SINHA. Linköping University. Italy Between silent resistance and power of action: “I am. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations RC38 Biography and Society Wednesday 1 August 10:45 . Germany Chair: Roswitha BRECKNER. University of London. United Kingdom Moving racisms. Austria Authors and Papers Vicki HARMAN. gender..Different patterns of experiencing racism in Germany Christina SCHRAMM. shifting targets: An analysis of race in postcolonial Britain Gabriele ROSENTHAL. varying collective memories and the experiences of discrimination in diverse interactional contexts  358  . Open University. Germany Authors and Papers Karim MURJI. Germany Between trivialization and accusation . Austria Chair: Helma LUTZ. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations (host committee) Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizers: Helma LUTZ. Università della Calabria. University College Dublin. Georg-August-Universität Göttingen.. University of Goettingen. class. University of Frankfurt am Main. University of Vienna. Germany and Roswitha BRECKNER. Italy Race. University of Frankfurt am Main. Sweden Still an Other after forty years? Negotiating identifications with migrantship and old age RC05 Racism. University of Vienna. University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt am Main. Marginalization and Racism. Ireland Lives in green. Germany Palestinians in the West Bank: Diverse collective belongings. Laura CORRADI. University of Venice. Austria and Helma LUTZ. University of Vienna. Part II Joint session RC38 Biography and Society (host committee) RC05 Racism. Costa Rica Afro-indigenous subjectivity as an art of survival: “I am black. University of Frankfurt am Main. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations Location: 436 {NB} Session Organizers: Roswitha BRECKNER. white and black: Whiteness.M.

USA Authors and Papers Boris HEIZMANN. CEPS/INSTEAD.16:00 193 Social Positioning in Comparative/ Historical Perspective Joint session WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology (host committee) RC05 Racism. Experiences of exclusion and marginalization Hsiao-Mei JUAN. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations (host committee) WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizers: Vilna BASHI TREITLER. racialization and migration Joint session RC05 Racism. University of Hamburg. City University of New York. Brazil Lima Barreto’s thought on race and migration: One exception in the Brazilian debate of the first republic Mehtap TOSUN. City University of New York The Graduate Center. Germany and Vilna BASHI TREITLER. too” biographical accounts of young muslim women from an intersectional perspective Carmen DIOP. Middle East Technical University. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology Wednesday 1 August 14:30 . Turkey Ethnic identity patterns in rural Turkey: Life histories of lazi and Hemshin women Azril BACAL. Freie Universität Berlin. Uppsala University. City University of New York. France Black graduated women in the workplace in France. USA. USA The ethnic project: How racial fiction buttresses ethnic factions Romulo FILIZZOLA NOGUEIRA. Freie Universität Berlin.Aletta DIEFENBACH. Germany Chair: Vilna BASHI TREITLER. Germany The impact of regional differences and anti-immigrant attitudes on exclusionary policy preferences in Europe Ray JUREIDINI. Switzerland Same same but different – Experience of discrimination. marginalization and exclusion Stéphanie CASSILDE. Université Paris Descartes. Universidade Federal Rio de Janeiro. The employment of immigrants in Italy through life course analysis {*} Authors and Papers Vilna BASHI TREITLER. Lebanese American University. USA Chair: Trica KEATON. Taiwan The inclusion/exclusion-process of the foreign brides in Taiwan Claudia VORHEYER. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations Location: 31 {OB} Session Organizers: Manuela BOATCA. LEST-CNRS. Academia Sinica. Vanderbilt University. and Manuela BOATCA. USA  359  . France ‘Where are you from’ in the domestic labour market.10:30 441 Policies on inequality. Sweden The reconstruction of Latino ethnic identity in northern countries: USA and Sweden Friday 3 August 09:00 . Freie Universität Berlin. Elif UYAR and Meral AKBAS. Luxembourg Where are you from? The case of France Annalisa LENDARO. Lebanon The politics of ‘reform’ of migrant labour regulation in the Middle East RC05 Racism. Germany “I am German. City University of New York. University of Zurich.

University of Manchester. Germany Chair: Scott POYNTING. Mexico Sustainable development report: From management Saturday 4 August 16:15 . United Kingdom Feminization and the coloniality of labour: The case of undocumented Latin American domestic workers in Western Europe RC07 Futures Research RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development Wednesday 1 August 14:30 . University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.17:45 762 Inequality. USA Health and mortality of Mapuches at Araucania region: Chile 2000-2005 {*} Elinor BISIG. 1996-2011: Why a racial democracy adopted affirmative action? Hirohisa TAKENOSHITA. Nationalism and Ethnic Relations (host committee) Location: 454 {NB} Session Organizers: Vilna BASHI TREITLER. USA Contemporary patterns of migration in the worldsystem and the politics of citizenship  360  . USA Race. futures of management and resistance movements. Part I Joint session RC07 Futures Research RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) Location: 464 {NB} Chair: Ulrike SCHUERKENS.Antonio GUIMARAES. University of Maryland. Argentina La infancia en el discurso médico académico. Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. USA ‘Coca-cola quit India’: Resisting CSR as a global management strategy Gülsen ESIN. Universidade de São Paulo. USA. USA and Paul VOSS. Japan Economic crisis and Brazilian immigrants in Japan: The role of social inclusion policies for immigrants Daniela SAMPAIO.16:00 160 Globalization. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Patricio KORZENIEWICZ and Scott ALBRECHT. Racialization / Ethnicization and Migration Joint session WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology RC05 Racism. Mersin University. CONICET CIJS UNC. Freie Universität Berlin. France Authors and Papers Krista BYWATER. University of Leicester. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Muhlenberg College. Harvard University. City University of New York. Turkey Resistance against new working practices in service sector in Turkey Pierre-Olivier SIRE. Brazil Minorities’ integration process: French case analysis Flavio ROJAS. the developmental story and powers of freedom Encarnación GUTIÉRREZ RODRIGUEZ. Brazil Brazil. Victoria University. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Australia Australian aborigines. and Manuela BOATCA. migration and the transnational racial optic David McCALLUM. Universidad de Guadalajara. Shizuoka University. Córdoba 1900-1950 Tiffany JOSEPH.

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Part II Joint session RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) RC07 Futures Research Location: 464 {NB} Session Organizer: Markus S. CONICET. Mexico and Markus S. USA Authors and Papers Ulrike M.tool to civil society corporate management democratic issue. USA Authors and Papers Iliana Refugio MOLINA MATEO. CESSP-CSE EHESS. SCHULZ. SCHULZ. France L’édition indépendante de critique sociale : Un exemple de résistance à la rationalisation économique dans le secteur culturel Julieta LONGO. a Mexican CSO Sandra MOOG and Steffen BOEHM. futures of management and resistance movements.16:00 733 ICTs for Science and Technology Development in Latin America and the Economic South: Present and Future Joint session RC07 Futures Research RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology (host committee) Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizers: Jaime JIMENEZ. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. the case of red puentes. Argentina Precariedad y resistencias en grandes empresas multinacionales: Un estudio de caso en supermercados e hipermercados de Argentina RC07 Futures Research RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology Saturday 4 August 14:30 . Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Xochimilco. University of Essex. Mexico Gestionando una nueva economía desde el internet Francisco Antunes CAMINATI. Federal University of São Carlos. Brasil {*} Sophie NOEL. Brazil and Thiago Roberto Zibetti GONÇALVES. Brazil The freedom of not paying for intellectual propriety rights: A comparative perspective between Brazil’s and Ecuador’s strategies for fostering local intelligency through free software Friday 3 August 09:00 . France Consent in and resistance to management practices in different world regions Vanessa PARREIRA PERIN. University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. SCHUERKENS. Programa de Pós-graduação em Agronomia. Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales.10:30 433 Globalization. Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina. Brazil Abaout the management of refugee populations in São Paulo: A case study from the archdiocesan caritas  361  . United Kingdom and Andre SPICER. Brazil Os desafios na construção de sistemas alimentares territorializados (SALT’s) e o desenvolvimento territorial sustentável: Estudos de casos do litoral centro-sul de santa catarina e região oeste do paraná.M. City University. United Kingdom The limits of multi-stakeholder governance: The crisis of the forest stewardship council (FSC) Eduardo Firak CORDEIRO.

Markus S. University of Illinois at Urbana– Champaign. SCHULZ. Colombia Las TIC y las redes sociales virtuales como proceso social y comunitario Jesús Alberto VALERO-MATAS and Juan ROMAYCOCA. Portugal Imagining another world. Spain Chair: Benjamin TEJERINA MONTAÑA. Mexico. FLACSO. USA and Benjamin TEJERINA MONTAÑA. Spain Network of scientific knowledge as a tool for sustainable development in disadvantaged regions through renewable energy sources {*} Paulo Brasil DILL SOARES. publics and contentious politics. Collective Actions and Social Change RC07 Futures Research (host committee) Location: APT 16 {OB} Session Organizers: Ligia TAVERA FENOLLOSA. University of Illinois at Urbana– Champaign. Part I Joint session RC48 Social Movements. Universidad del País Vasco. Institute for Media and Communications. Markus S. Mexico. San Diego State University.Yesid Mauricio GIL ARBOLEDA. Mexico RC07 Futures Research Mobilization for climate justice: When South fights North RC48 Social Movements. Austria Social movements and digital media  362  . University of Valladolid. USA Fear abatement and oppositional mobilization: Comparative perspectives on democratic movements in repressivestates Markus S. Universidad del País Vasco. FLACSO. FLACSO. Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro. Spain Authors and Papers Christina SCHACHTNER. University of Klagenfurt. University of Illinois at Urbana– Champaign. SCHULZ. police repression. Brazil The indications of provenance and designations of origin {*} Authors and Papers Hank JOHNSTON. Collective Actions and Friday 3 August Social Change Thursday 2 August 10:45 .12:15 248 Imagining futures: Social movements. Universidad del País Vasco. publics and contentious politics. USA Democratizing futures: Radical imaginaries. Spain Chair: Benjamin TEJERINA MONTAÑA. Universidad de Antioquia. SCHULZ. Spain 12:30 .14:00 533 Imagining futures: Social movements. Universidade Nova. Collective Actions and Social Change Location: APT 16 {OB} Session Organizers: Ligia TAVERA FENOLLOSA. and public engagements of the Occupy Wall street movement Gabriele DE ANGELIS. the role of language and political imagination in shaping a transnational movement of movements Ligia TAVERA FENOLLOSA. Part II Joint session RC07 Futures Research (host committee) RC48 Social Movements. USA and Benjamin TEJERINA MONTAÑA. Universidad del País Vasco.

Marie Louise CONILH DE BEYSSAC and Maria Inácia DAVILA NETO, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Online environmental mobilization in Brazil: The Belo Monte future at crossroads Marcelo CASTAÑEDA, CPDA/UFRRJ, Brazil The technologies of internet in the contentious repertoires: Clues and signs of avaaz in a multi-sited fieldwork Gregory MANEY, Hofstra University, USA and Lee SMITHEY, Swarthmore College, USA Back to the future: Murals and conflict transformation in Northern Ireland

Meghan KRAUSCH, University of Minnesota, USA Building schools and futures with utopian social movements in Buenos Aires Divya SHARMA, Cornell University, USA Constructing political spaces: Experiences of the uttarakhand women’s federation, a rural women’s movement in India Marcel PARET, University of California-Berkeley, USA Politics of the marginalized in the United States and South Africa

Saturday 4 August
9:00 - 10:30
625 Imagining futures: Social movements, publics and contentious politics. Part III Joint session RC07 Futures Research (host committee) RC48 Social Movements, Collective Actions and Social Change Location: APT 16 {OB} Session Organizers: Ligia TAVERA FENOLLOSA, FLACSO, Mexico; Markus S. SCHULZ, University of Illinois at Urbana– Champaign, USA, and Benjamin TEJERINA MONTAÑA, Universidad del País Vasco, Spain Chair: Ligia TAVERA FENOLLOSA, FLACSO, Mexico Authors and Papers Dora FONSECA, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal New actors on stage: Analysis of the emergent forms of collective action in the European context Darcy LEACH, Bradley University, USA Prefiguring the future or repeating the past? Collectivist democracy and the struggle against oligarchy in the German left

RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC32 Women in Society
Friday 3 August
14:30 - 16:00
603 Women, leisure and family in the age of transformations Joint session RC32 Women in Society RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizers: Ishwar MODI, India International Institute of Social Sciences, India and Evangelia TASTSOGLOU, Saint Mary´s University, USA Co-chairs: Bula BHADRA, University of Calcutta, India, María Cristina TAMARIZ, El Colegio de México, Mexico and Kuang-chi CHANG, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA

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Authors and Papers Martina YOPO, Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Santiago, Chile Mujeres y agencia en Chile: Implicancias para la percepción del tiempo libre Eugenia ZICAVO, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Los usos sociales del tiempo libre: Una comparación entre mujeres con hijos y sin hijos en los sectores medios de la ciudad de Buenos Aires Esra DEMIRKOL, Middle East Technical University, Turkey Irony of “having leisure time” in the absence of men Arvinder ANSARI, University of Delhi, India Preception of leisure among working women: A sociological perspective Miriam ADELMAN, Federal University of Parana, Brazil Sport, leisure and women’s in(ex)clusion: Reflections from a land where (almost) all the guys play soccer… Karen WATKINS, Centro de Investigación e Inteligencia Económica, Mexico Income and health in Latin America: Is there a gender gap? Evelyn RODRIGUEZ, University of San Francisco, USA Traviesos: Trouble-making as resistance in US debuts and quinceañeras María Alejandra GARCÍA, Universidad del Valle-Cali, Colombia La violencia contra las mujeres un asunto público en Colombia: Una descripción de la acción estatal

RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC18 Political Sociology
Wednesday 1 August
10:45 - 12:15
72 Political Inequality Outside of the West. Part I Joint session RC18 Political Sociology (host committee) RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development Location: 460 {NB} Session Organizer: Joshua DUBROW, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland Authors and Papers Alex AFOUXENIDIS, National Centre for Social Research, Greece Democratization or liberalization? Understanding the politics of inequality Enrique Niño LEVISTE, National Institute of Education, Singapore Politics and population policy in the Philippines: A Gramscian analysis Carlos F. DE ANGELIS, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Compromiso democrático y ciudadanía: ¿Un vínculo erosionado?

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Saturday 4 August
12:30 - 14:00
713 Political inequality outside of the West. Part II Joint session RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) RC18 Political Sociology Location: 464 {NB} Session Organizer: Joshua DUBROW, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland Authors and Papers Neuma AGUIAR and Arnaldo MONTALVAO, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil Political context, social stratification and inequality perception: A comparison of recent democracies in the cases of South Africa and Brazil Alicia NAVEDA; Virginia BALMACEDA; Diana LOPEZ; Lelis JOFRE and Alejandro GORANSKY, Universidad Nacional de San Juan, Argentina Crecimiento con desigualdad en la periferia capitalista. El caso de San Juan, Argentina José LUCIO; Thierry COELHO and António DIAS, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal Transparency in portuguese: Corruption and poverty in Portuguese-speaking Africa

Joint session RC31 Sociology of Migration RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) Location: 464 {NB} Session Organizer: Angelica WEHRLI, Université Paris 1-Sorbonne, France Chair: Habibul H. KHONDKER, Zayed University, United Arab Emirates Authors and Papers Craig HATCHER, Universitaet Zuerich, Switzerland Internal migration and the population registration system in post-socialist Kyrgyzstan: Revealing a new spatiality of discrimination Irina TYURINA, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia Contemporary Russian labor market as an object of attraction of foreign labor farce: Dynamics and majot trends Vikinta ROSINAITE, American University of the Middle East, Kuwait The construction of Lithuanian migrants’ professional career paths: Moving up and down career track Jin LEI, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong and Kuang-chi CHANG, University of WisconsinMilwaukee, USA Job search outcomes for migrants and natives in urban China: A case study

RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development RC31 Sociology of Migration
Thursday 2 August
09:00 - 10:30
217 Migration In (Post-) Socialist Societies

Friday 3 August
12:30 - 14:00
538 Migration and Development I Joint session RC31 Sociology of Migration (host committee) RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizers: Eric POPKIN and Wade ROBERTS, Colorado College, USA Chair: Eric POPKIN, Colorado College, USA

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Authors and Papers Ulrike SCHUERKENS, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, France African migrants in France Mariana GABARROT, Tec de Monterrey, Mexico Políticas de desarrollo social en comunidades de origen de migrantes Zeynep SEZGIN, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany Turkish migrants’ organizations in Germany – Remittances and humanitarian aid before and after 2011 van earthquake Paolo BOCCAGNI, University of Trento, Italy The “capacity to aspire” in migrants’ life projects and trajectories: A new lens on the migration-development nexus?

Kanak SAMAL, KET’S VG Vaze College, India Migrant women contribution to urban informal sector business in Mumbai

RC10 Participation, Organizational Democracy and Self-Management RC11 Sociology of Aging
Thursday 2 August
10:45 - 12:15
259 Participation and cultural sociology of the life course. Part I Joint session RC11 Sociology of Aging RC10 Participation, Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) Location: 456 {NB} Session Organizers: Julia ROZANOVA, University of British Columbia, Canada, and Andreas HOFF, Hochschule Zittau-Gorlitz, Germany Chair: Julia ROZANOVA, University of British Columbia, Canada Co-Chair: Andreas HOFF, Hochschule ZittauGorlitz, Germany Authors and Papers Talita CASTRO, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil Life crises in Brazilian self-help books Glaucia DESTRO DE OLIVEIRA, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil Participation and aging in the council José Luis ALVAREZ LÓPEZ, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Participación de la familia en la escuela {*}

Saturday 4 August
09:00 - 10:30
634 Migration and development Part II Joint session RC31 Sociology of Migration RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee) Location: 464 {NB} Session Organizer: Eric POPKIN, Colorado College, USA Co-Chair: Wade ROBERTS, Colorado College, USA Authors and Papers Sergey RYAZANTSEV and Elena PISMENNAYA, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia The modern migration policy of Russia: Problems and necessary directions of perfection Abigail ANDREWS, UC Berkeley, USA How Mexican hometowns engage development and “manage” migration In-Jin YOON, Korea University, South Korea Convergence and divergence in immigration policy in Northeast Asian countries

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Thursday 2 August
16:15 - 17:45
395 Participation and its relationship to social justice and democracy. Part II Joint session RC10 Participation, Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging Location: 456 {NB} Session Organizer: Isabel DA COSTA, CNRS-IDHE, France Chair: Martine REVEL, Université Lille, france Authors and Papers Angelos GIANNAKOPOULOS and Dirk TAENZLER, University of Konstanz, Germany Promotion of participation and citizenship in Europe. Engaging citizens in the fight against corruption through the advocacy and legal advice centres of transparency international Rachelle BALBINOT and Sueli DALLARI, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil Right to health and sanitary democracy: Bridges to citizenship Fátima ALVES, Open University, Portugal From the goal of regulating to the emancipatory capacity of participation in health Cristian David GARCIA CAICEDO, Universidad del Valle- Facultad de Socioeconomía, Colombia Nuevos actores políticos en la democracia participativa. Organizaciones afros e indígenas en la construcción de políticas públicas en Cali Ludmila RIBEIRO, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil The relationship between research and improvement of police stations through community oversight

Friday 3 August
10:45 - 12:15
494 Participation and cultural sociology of the life course. Part II Joint session RC10 Participation, Organizational Democracy and Self-Management (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging Location: 456 {NB} Session Organizer: Julia ROZANOVA, University of British Columbia, Canada Chair: Andreas HOFF, Hochschule ZittauGorlitz, Germany Authors and Papers Volkmar KREISSIG, Germany Participation in financing system and in monetary relations in the past, present and future – Can participation in financingsystems bring solutions for the global financal and banking crisis and leed to more social justice? Maria Thereza RIBEIRO, Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Brazil The social process of participation in the public sphere Pawel STAROSTA, University of Lodz, Poland Patterns of civic participation across Europe Elza LUSTOSA DA COSTA, Instituto Universitário de Pesquisa do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Práticas, discursos e representações: PCB e cultura política no golpe de 1964 {*}

RC11 Sociology of Aging RC13 Sociology of Leisure
Saturday 4 August
09:00 - 10:30
645 Transformation of leisure and ageing perspectives

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Joint session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizers: Ishwar MODI, India International Institute of Social Sciences, India and Laura HURD CLARKE, University of British Columbia, Canada Co-chairs: Francis LOBO, Edith Cowan University, Australia and Laura HURD CLARKE, University of British Columbia, Canada Authors and Papers María Cristina TAMARIZ, El Colegio de México, Mexico Los rituales del cuerpo: Resignificando la vejez a través del danzón en la ciudad de México Katiusce PERUFO, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil Sujeito idoso e pós-modernidade: Novas propostas de sociabilidade Susheel TYAGI, Sri RR Morarka Govt. College, India Leisure and Aged Persons Changcheng ZHOU, Wuhan University, China A study on quality of life of the urban community elderly people

Location: 24 {OB} Session Organizers: Valentina HLEBEC, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia and Kathrin KOMP, Umeå University, Sweden Authors and Papers Eva JEPPSSON GRASSMAN, Linköping University, Sweden To study lives over many years. The meaning of ageing in the research process Kathrin KOMP, Umeå University, Sweden and Valentina HLEBEC, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Empirical methods in ageing research: Recent developments and upcoming trends Lucie VIDOVICOVA and Marcela PETROVA KAFKOVA, Masaryk University, Czech Republic The effect of interviewee characteristics on subjective variables in surveys of older people

RC11 Sociology of Aging RC41 Sociology of Population
Friday 3 August

RC11 Sociology of Aging RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology
Wednesday 1 August
12:30 - 14:00
116 Empirical Methods in Aging Research 1 Joint session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging

14:30 - 16:00
579 Demographic challenges associated with aging populations in the developing world Joint Session RC41 Sociology of Population (host committee) RC11 Sociology of Aging Location: 468 {NB} Session Organizer: Zachary ZIMMER, University of California, USA Authors and Papers Kyriakos MARKIDES, University of Texas Medical Branch, USA Trends in old age disability in developing countries

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Prajakta PANSHIKAR, Population Research Centre, India Understanding population ageing in India: A case study of Maharashtra Elias WAHAB, Lagos State University, Nigeria Elderly and value of children: Assessing the importance of children in old age security provisions in Nigeria Zeina CHEMALI, Harvard Medical School, USA, Lama BAZZI, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, USA, Christina BORBA and Julia CARNEY, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA The faces and stories of Lebanese elders: Changes in family structure, differing demographics, quality of life and challenges faced in building capacities for care givers in social services Olanrewaju Emmanuel AJIBOYE, Lagos State University, Nigeria Gender differentials in the socio-economic well-being of older persons in Lagos state, Nigeria

Joint session RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC14 Sociology of Communication, Knowledge and Culture RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizers: Ishwar MODI, India International Institute of Social Sciences, India, Christiana CONSTANTOPOULOU, Panteion University, Greece and Ralph MATTHEWS, Professor of Sociology, Canada Chair: Ryoichi HORIGUCHI, Kinki University, Japan Co-Chair: Tania Maria Freitas BARROS MACIEL, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Authors and Papers Vladimir ŠIAMBUK, University of Beograd, Serbia Social structure of the information society Martin BERG, Halmstad University, Sweden Interpassivity and social network subjectivity Martín Ariel GENDLER, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Nuevas tecnologías: Análisis de nuevos lazos de solidaridad, modos de sociabilidad y subjetividad en el marco de la interrelación a través de los juegos online Lynne CIOCHETTO, Massey University, New Zealand The impact of new technologies on leisure activities in developed and emerging economies Ingrid WIGGERS, Isabelle SIQUEIRA and Elia PASSOS, Universidad de Brasilia, Brazil La manifestación de la media en el cuerpo de los niños

RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC14 Sociology of Communication, Knowledge and Culture RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology
Friday 3 August
10:45 - 12:15
489 Leisure and digital transformation: Emerging patterns of communication and electronic community / El ocio y las transformaciones digitales / Les loisirs et les transformations numériques

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RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC24 Environment and Society
Wednesday 1 August
9:00 - 10:30
18 Leisure and Tourism: Social and Environmental Concerns. Part I Joint session RC24 Environment and Society RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizers: Ishwar MODI, India International Institute of Social Sciences, India and Stewart LOCKIE, The Australian National University, Australia Co-chairs: Rosario RADAKOVICH, Universidad de la República, Uruguay and Esra DEMIRKOL, Middle East Technical University, Turkey Authors and Papers Christianne GOMES and Rodrigo Antonio ELIZALDE SOTO, Grupo de Pesquisa Otium - Lazer, Brasil & America Latina, Brazil Leisure, Environment and Sustainability: Current Challenges Pedro MOREIRA, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain Study on the opinions, perceptions, valuations and attitudes of the residents of Gran Canaria – Spain on the effects of tourism and tourists on the island Kemal AYDIN, Kocaeli University, Turkey; Vehbi BASER, Balikesir University, Turkey Faith tourism and spiritual leisure in Turkey Fernanda ANTONIOLI, State University of Campinas, Brazil Her own way: Gender, tourism and transnationality in Brazil Denise FALCAO, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil Backpackers: For leisure relational practice

14:30 - 16:00
168 Leisure and tourism: Social and environmental concerns. Part II Joint session RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) RC24 Environment and Society Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizers: Ishwar MODI, India International Institute of Social Sciences, India and Stewart LOCKIE, The Australian National University, Australia Co-chairs: Kemal AYDIN, Kocaeli University, Turkey and Vehbi BASER, Balikesir University, Turkey Authors and Papers Julia PIÑEIRO CARERAS and Julieta GAZTAÑAGA, CONICET, Argentina Elites políticas y empresarias en la transformación de una ciudad en destino turístico Sanjukta DAS, Kendrapara Autonomous College, India Strategy of Conservation of Environment in Global Era Valeria LIMA GUIMARAES and Roberta DIUANA, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil Políticas públicas de Turismo en los gobiernos de Vargas (Brasil) y Perón (Argentina): Un análisis comparado Shashi MISHRA, Ramniranjan Jhunjhunwala College, India Leisure and medical tourism development in India

RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC30 Sociology of Work
Thursday 2 August
16:15 - 17:45
390 Leisure, work, time-budgets and the economic crisis

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Joint session RC30 Sociology of Work RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizers: Ishwar MODI, India International Institute of Social Sciences, India and Emilie LANCIANO, University of Lyon, France Co-Chair: Alan LAW, Trent University, USA Authors and Papers Philippe TERRAL and Fanny DUBOIS, University of Toulouse, France How to make a career in leisure: The case of the professionals of the outdoor sport tourism Babita TEWARI, CSJM University, India Time constraints on leisure activities

Authors and Papers Sueli Machado Pereira de OLIVEIRA and Magali REIS, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, Brazil Democracy and the child participation Magali REIS, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, Brazil Indiferencia civil e infancia: Un análisis de la “frialdad burguesa” en relación a los niños Sissel SEIM, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norway The participation of children: The importance of space and place Dalia LIRAN-ALPER, The college of management academic studies, Israel and Orly TSARFATY, Academic College of Emeq Yezreel, Israel Children are joy Liliana AVILA GARZÓN, Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia, Colombia La niñez en la ruralidad, desde instituciones estatales y no estatales en Colombia Jordanna CASTELO BRANCO, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil The dissonance between secularism and religious speech in a public school kindergarten in the municipality of Duque de Caxias Mónica PINI, Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina Consumos culturales y educación Elisabeth Mazeron MACHADO, PPG Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil Violence against children – What do they have to say?

RC13 Sociology of Leisure RC53 Sociology of Childhood
Thursday 2 August
14:30 - 16:00
344 Leisure, democracy and diversity of lifestyles: Children and the youth Joint session RC53 Sociology of Childhood RC13 Sociology of Leisure (host committee) Location: APT 110 {OB} Session Organizers: Ishwar MODI, India International Institute of Social Science, India and Loretta BASS, University of Oklahoma, USA Co-chairs: Kenneth ROBERTS, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom and Loretta BASS, University of Oklahoma, USA

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RC14 Sociology of RC14 Sociology of Communication, Communication, Knowledge and Knowledge and Culture Culture RC25 Language and Society RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology
Saturday 4 August
12:30 - 14:00
708 Language and Discourse in Online Social Media Joint session RC25 Language and Society (host committee) RC14 Sociology of Communication, Knowledge and Culture Location: 32 {OB} Session Organizers: Corinne KIRCHNER, Columbia University, USA and Diana PAPADEMAS, Old Westbury University, USA Chair: Sheila AMADO, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Authors and Papers Ilkka ARMINEN, University of Helsinki, Finland Hate speech and the transformation of political organization in internet Amanda JOHNSON, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Laughs in the stream: Discourse and networks in twitter parody accounts Carmen DIOP, Université Paris Descartes, France How do Cameroon women of diaspora build their professional identity on the web? A study case Mónica PINI, Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina Corporate discourses in education

Thursday 2 August
12:30 - 14:00
317 Videography and the Analysis of Visual Knowledge and Culture Joint session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC14 Sociology of Communication, Knowledge and Culture Location: 24 {OB} Session Organizers: Hubert KNOBLAUCH and René TUMA, Technical University Berlin, Germany, and Christiana CONSTANTOPOULOU, Panteion University, Greece Authors and Papers Elisenda ARDÈVOL; Alessandra CAPORALE; Edgar GÓMEZ-CRUZ and Débora LANZENI, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, Spain Crossing methods: Exploring visuality in digital practices Regine HERBRIK, Technical University Berlin, Germany The relevance of new types of visualization for emotional styles in the field of Christian religion Cesar CISNEROS, UAM Iztapalapa, Mexico Between heads, corpses and guns: An exemplar analysis of videos related to Mexican drug war Anabella SPEZIALE, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Video cartografies: Audiovisual practice and poetics for representing reality

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Ana Lucia RECAMAN, Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila, Mexico Cultural tourism, a complex strategy for social development: State of Morelos, Mexico

Carlos OCKÉ-REIS, Brazilian Institute for Applied Economic Research, Brazil; Lawrence BROWN, Columbia University, USA and Claus WENDT, Department of University of Siegen, Germany Equity effects of private health insurance subsidies: Brazil in international comparison Marius PIETERSE, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa Can rights cure? The impact of rights-based litigation on health system transformation in South Africa Natalia BELOVA, Russian State University for the Humanities, Russia Accessibility of services «health centers» in Russia (on the example of the city of Moscow) {*} Flavio ROJAS, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA Universal or selectively coordinated healthcare for Mapuche indigenous peoples? {*} Ana Angélica TRINDADE, Universidad Federal de Bahia, Brazil Cooperación internacional en salud pública: Una cuestión de la democracia y la justicia social? {*}

RC15 Sociology of Health RC19 Sociology of Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy
Wednesday 1 August
09:00 - 10:30
40 Towards Better Healthcare for All: What Matters in the Transformation of Healthcare Systems and Policy. Part I Joint session RC19 Sociology of Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy RC15 Sociology of Health (host committee) Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizers: Ellen KUHLMANN, University of Bath, United Kingdom and Claus WENDT, University of Siegen, Germany Authors and Papers Amélie QUESNEL-VALLÉE and Helen CERIGO, McGill University, Canada; Emilie RENAHY, University of Toronto, Canada and Tania JENKINS, Brown University Assessing barriers to health insurance and threats to equity in comparative perspective: The health insurance access database Kenneth NELSON and Ingalill MONTANARI, Stockholm University, Sweden Health care determinants in comparative perspective: The role of partisan politics for health care provision

Thursday 2 August
09:00 - 10:30
231 Towards better healthcare for all: What matters in the transformation of healthcare systems and policy. Part II Joint session RC19 Sociology of Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy (host committee) RC15 Sociology of Health Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizers: Claus WENDT, University of Siegen, Germany and Ellen KUHLMANN, University of Bath, United Kingdom

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Authors and Papers Margaret KELAHER, Centre for Health Policy Programs and Economics, Australia; Mark LOCK, Hana SABANOVIC and Phillipa PATTISON, University of Melbourne, Australia Examining the role of governance structures in the planning of health reform Ellen KUHLMANN, University of Bath, United Kingdom; Viola BURAU, University of Aarhus, Denmark; Tiago CORREIA, Lisbon University Institute, Portugal; Roman LEWANDOWSKI, Voivodeship Rehabilitation Hospital for Children, Poland; Christos LIONIS, University of Crete, Greece; Mirko NOORDEGRAAF, University of Utrecht, Netherlands and José REPULLO, Charlos III University Madrid, Spain Medicine and management as twin forces: Comparing new modes of control in european hospitals Ruth McDONALD, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom Paying for performance in theory and practice: What can we learn from the England and the USA? Laura GOTTERO, Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani, Argentina Atención primaria de la salud. Continuidades neoliberales en la “asistencia centrada en la persona” Sonia Carolina AMIEVA NEFA, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales-UBA, Argentina La problemática del chagas en Argentina. Diálogos posibles entre actores involucrados Masahira ANESAKI, Kinki Health and Welfare University, Japan Reconsideration of health and welfare policies: If they are always social justice and democratization Alex ASAKITIKPI, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria, Nigeria Health policies and the contradiction of health seeking behaviour in Nigeria

Joint session RC19 Sociology of Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy (host committee) RC15 Sociology of Health Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizers: Ellen KUHLMANN, University of Bath and Claus WENDT, University of Siegen Authors and Papers Igone ETXEBERRIA and Izaskun CUARTANGO, Ingema, San Sebastian, Spain; Aitziber ZUBILLAGA, Fundacion Matia, San Sebastian, Spain; Pura DIAZ-VEIGA and Unai DIAZ, Ingema, San Sebastian, Spain. All voices matter: Person-centred care, health inequalities and healthcare professionals Claus WENDT, University of Siegen, Germany; Theodore MARMOR, Yale University Learning health policy lessons from other countries’ experiences Anne TITTOR, University of Kassel, Germany Privatization processes and institutional inequalities in health systems - historical patterns and recent reforms in Argentina and El Salvador Luisa SILVA, ISCSP - UTL, Lisbon, Portugal Health and participation {*} Ricardo JURCA, Universidade Federal de São Paulo, Brazil Sistema de saúde brasileiro: Mudanças e reconfigurações (1988-2010) {*} Camila DE MARIO, Universidade de Campinas, Brazil Universal health care: For whom? {*}

Saturday 4 August
09:00 - 10:30
644 Towards better healthcare for all: What matters in the transformation of healthcare systems and policy. Part IV

14:30 - 16:00
365 Towards better healthcare for all: What matters in the transformation of healthcare systems and policy. Part III

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Joint session RC19 Sociology of Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy RC15 Sociology of Health (host committee) Location: APT 210 {OB} Session Organizers: Claus WENDT, University of Siegen and Ellen KUHLMANN, University of Bath Authors and Papers Alma IDIART, CONICET, Buenos Aires, Argentina Innovative maternal child health programs: Argentinaxs plan nacer Margarita FERNANDEZ ARAYA, Universidad de Los Lagos, Santiago, Chile Participación y espacio público en la reforma de salud en Chile Catarina DELAUNAY, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal Surrogacy and gamete donation: The commoditization of the human body, differences in healthcare systems and cross border reproductive care Ana Maria Bourguignon DE LIMA, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, Brazil The right of giving birth in Brazil: Civil society participation in national policy for humanization of childbirth Birendra SUNA, Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies, Delhi, India Public-private partnerships and micro health insurance schemes in India: A sociological perspective {*} Claudia CHAUFAN, University of California, San Francisco Universal health care or universal nightmare? Two types of insurance, two meanings of universal, two options for health care reform {*}

RC15 Sociology of Health RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups
Thursday 2 August
10:45 - 12:15
263 Professional governance and health human resource management: The challenges of equality, diversity and inclusion. Part I Joint session RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups (host committee) RC15 Sociology of Health Location: 434 {NB} Session Organizers: Ellen KUHLMANN, University of Bath, United Kingdom and Ivy BOURGEAULT, University of Ottawa, Canada Chair: Ivy BOURGEAULT, University of Ottawa, Canada Authors and Papers Janette YOUNG, University of South Australia, Australia Professionalisation, inequity and power – the professionalization of health promotion workers in Australia Louise BOUCHARD Université d’Ottawa, Canada and Jan WARNKE, Université Laval, Canada Équité d’accès aux professionnels et aux services de santé en langue minoritaire Shaun RUGGUNAN, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Skill, gender and race: Shaping the labour market for chemical and anatomical pathologists in KwaZulu-Natal Ana MARQUES, Maria LESSA and João Bosco SANTOS, Universidade Estadual do Ceará, Brazil You work for another: Study on the working conditions of workers in customer service for mobile emergency care in Ceará {*}

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Friday 3 August
14:30 - 16:00
588 Professional governance and health human resource management: the challenges of equality, diversity and inclusion. Part II Joint session RC15 Sociology of Health (host committee) RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups Location: 438 {NB} Session Organizers: Ellen KUHLMANN, University of Bath and Ivy BOURGEAULT, University of Ottawa Authors and Papers Tricia CLELAND SILVA, Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland International human resource management (IHRM) as a practice of globalising nursing work: The case of transnational nurse recruitment Ellen KUHLMANN, University of Bath, United Kingdom, Ivy BOURGEAULT, University of Ottawa, Canada, Christa LARSEN, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany and Toni SCHOFIELD, University of Sydney, Australia Gendering health human resource policy and management: A scoping exercise of Canada, Australia and Germany

Joint session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC17 Sociology of Organization Location: 24 {OB} Session Organizers: Cristina BESIO and Robert J. SCHMIDT, Technical University Berlin, Germany and Kathia SERRANOVELARDE, University of Heidelberg, Germany Authors and Papers Stefan DEISSLER, University of Göttingen, Germany The notion of structural imperative: An alternative conceptual instrument for mixed-method studies on guerrilla organizations Zinaida SALIBEKYAN and Philippe MOSSE, Institute of Labour Economics and Industrial Sociology, France The impact of job quality and pay on the exit-voice behavior of french employees across different unionized settings {*} Alejandro SALDAÑA ROSAS, Universidad Veracruzana, México La construcción del dato en el análisis organizacional: Una reflexión desde la investigación del turismo de aventura en México

RC17 Sociology of Organization RC33 Logic and Methodology Wednesday 1 August in Sociology
Friday 3 August
12:30- 14:00
541 Organizations and Mixed Methods. Possibilities and Requirements of a Meso-Level Sociology
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RC17 Sociology of Organization RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups

12:30 - 14:00
118 Globalisation and its impacts on professions and organisations Joint session RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups RC17 Sociology of Organization (host committee)

Location: 433 {NB} Session Organizers: Daniel MUZIO, Manchester University and Ellen KUHLMANN, University of Bath Authors and Papers Swethaa BALLAKRISHNEN, Stanford University, California “I love my American job” professional prestige and the western halo in the developing country context Lesley WOOD, York University, Toronto, Canada Coordinated crackdowns? Protest policing and diffusion Joanna TRELA, University of Australia The rationalization of academic work Mateus DONATO, Universidade Federal do Brazil ‘The beautiful business’: The new managers of brazilian football organizations Debby BONNIN, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa Globalisation and the work of south African textile designers {*} Javier P. HERMO and Cecilia PITTELLI, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Professional services: Questions to take into account for a possible regulation in a globalized world {*}

Joint session RC20 Comparative Sociology RCC24 Environment and Society WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology (host committee) Location: 31 {OB} Session Organizers: José Esteban CASTRO, Newcastle University, United Kingdom, Gustavo ANTON, National University of Buenos Aires, Argentina and Lorena BOTTARO, National University of General Sarmiento, Argentina Authors and Papers Ruiz MIGUEL, Instituto de Altos Estudios Nacionales, Ecuador Patrón de reproducción e injusticia socioambiental Renata MOTTA, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany Inequalities and risk: Public debates about GMOs in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico Nicolas SILVA VALENZUELA, Centro de Análisis e Investigación Política, Chile Libre mercado, desregulación y centralización: La neocolonización industrial de la patagonia chilena Adriana ALLEN, University College London, United Kingdom Disciplining spaces and spaces of insurgence: Neoliberal restructuring and workers’ socioenvironmental struggles in the urban South Helayne PEREIRA, Universidade Estadual da Paraíba, Brazil Desarrollo urbano y politica de regularización de tierras: El caso del quilombo de Paratibe y la expansión urbana de la ciudad de João Pessoa – PB, Brazil Camila SANTIAGO MARTINS BERNARDINI, Universidade Federal do Ceará, Brazil Aspects of inequality in Brazil: Cases of socioenvironmental injustice in Fortaleza – Ceará Elisangela Soldateli PAIM, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina La construcción de represas en la cuenca del río Uruguay y el proceso de corporatización del territorio

RC20 Comparative Sociology RC24 Environment and Society WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology
Thursday 2 August
12:30 – 14:00
326 The Sociogenesis of Environmental Injustice and Inequality in Latin America: Historic-Comparative Sociological Approaches

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Italy Authors and Papers Eva YOUKHANA. Laval University. Aalborg University. New York University. Belo Horizonte. Germany Street art and new forms of urban belonging Lucia BOGUS. University of Montreal. different motivations: A comparison of quebec city’s and genoa’s multiscalar responses to climate change Lone KØRNØV and Sanne Vammen LARSEN. urban and environmental planning: Discussing the case of Rio de Janeiro RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC31 Sociology of Migration Friday 3 August 09:00 . State University of Campinas. Brazil Urban-environmental transformation in metropolitan areas: Challenges to social and environmental justice. Canada Authors and Papers Andrea YOUNG. Denmark The non-handling of climate change uncertainties in strategic environmental assessment of urban planning Heloisa COSTA. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Maria Elisa A MARIZ. Brazil Cities and climate change in the context of social and environmental justice in Brazil {*} Daniel Aldana COHEN.Diego PAREDES and Paula BONIOLO. Brazil Climate change. Brazil Women entrepreneurs: Portuguese immigrants in São Paulo  378  . University Laval. Argentina Las consecuencias ambientales de la reproducción del poder económico en el conurbano bonaerense Emiliano SCANU and Geneviève CLOUTIER. University of Bonn.17:45 758 Cities and climate change Joint Session RC24 Environment and Society RC21 Regional and Urban Development (host committee) Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizers: Louis GUAY. migrants and the development of inclusive urban cultures and identities. Italy Chair: Yuri KAZEPOV. France Les échelles de l’action métropolitaine en matière de lutte contre le changement climatique en France Ana Lucia BRITTO and Paula SOUSA DE OLIVEIRA BARBOSA. Canada Same problem. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. University of Liège. Belgium and Yuri KAZEPOV. Brazil.10:30 437 Migration. University of Urbino. Insa de Strasbourg. UNINOVE. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Part I Joint Session RC31 Sociology of Migration (host committee) RC21 Regional and Urban Development Location: 307 {OB} Session Organizers: Marco MARTINIELLO. PUC-SP. planning and politics RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC24 Social Classes and Social Movements Saturday 4 August 16:15 . USA Urban climate politics and the divorce of capitalism from democracy {*} Florence RUDOLF and Amandine AMAT. University of Urbino. Canada and Pierre HAMEL.

University of Western Australia. Belgium Popular arts in migration and post-migration cities: A research framework Jay ARENA. College of Staten Island. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Stephanie BUTCHER and Alex FREDIANI. Roberta RAFFAETA. Argentina La gestión público-privada en grandes proyectos urbanos (GPU) en Argentina {*} Glenda MOREIRA and Rodrigo PASSOS. Ile-Ife. Greece Housing movements in cities of southern europe: From ‘the right to property’ to ‘the right to the city’ Bianca TAVOLARI. A comparison between Italy and Australia Marco MARTINIELLO. Brazil The right to the city: A theoretical concept and an illuminating idea for the realization of the urban society Elodie VITTU. University of Glasgow. Germany Protest cultures in France and Germany Anabella SPEZIALE. CONICET. Nigeria Housing and sustainable development: Reflection on urban women’s rights to real property in eastern Nigeria {*} Maria Manuela CORRAL. National Technical University of Athens. Brazil Right to the city: A concept in dispute 12:30 – 14:00 299 Housing and the right to the city. Argentina Notas sobre medianeras y vecinos: Representaciones audiovisuales sobre las relaciones y los conflictos en el espacio urbano {*} Patricio BESANA and Ricardo GUTIÉRREZ. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Universidade Federal Fluminense. Netherlands and Kenneth GIBB. University of Liège. Italy Traditional public performances and their link to ethnicity and citizenship. Obafemi Awolowo University. Brazil Legal assistance and the development of citizens participation {*} RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC43 Housing and Built Environment Thursday 2 August 09:00 . USA Talking the talk and walking the walk? Non-profits and the contradictions of new orleans’ post-Katrina coalition to stop the demolitions Geraldo COSTA. Universidad de Buenos Aires.10:30 212 Housing and the right to the city. Part I Joint Session RC43 Housing and Built Environment RC21 Regional and Urban Development (host committee) Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizers: Manuel B. Universidade de São Paulo. Part II  379  . Argentina City building at the periphery of metropolitan Buenos Aires: Local community. Trento University. Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. United Kingdom Participation in the ‘right to the city’: Democratic imaginings and the role of collective action Dimitra SIATITSA. Universidad Nacional de San Martín.Loretta BALDASSAR. University of Amsterdam. Brazil Diversity and homogeneity: Reflecting on the production of housing {*} Olusola Esther AKANMU and Ademola Lateef ADISA. Glauco BIENENSTEIN and Monique ANTUNES. University College London. AALBERS. political leadership and state intervention {*} Regina BIENENSTEIN.

Netherlands and Kenneth GIBB. Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo da Universidade de São Paulo. University of Sydney. Instituto Nacional contra la Discriminación. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Nura ALKHALILI and Muna DAJANI. Netherlands The neo-liberalization of housing and the ‘"ight to the city": The variagated experiences of New York. Brazil. La Sapienza University. University of Glasgow. USA. Universidade Católica do Salvador. United Kingdom and Manuel B. Istanbul University. Brazil Gentrification and resistance in Salvador. Amsterdam and Tokyo Rebecca WILLIAMSON. Turkey Struggling for new urban futures: Right(s) to a transformed city. University of Amsterdam. City University of Hong Kong. West Virginia University. Turkey. Mugla University. Nelson BALTRUSIS. Semra PURKIS. University of Amsterdam. AALBERS.12:15 483 Housing and the Right to the City. Part III Joint Session RC43 Housing and Built Environment (host committee) RC21 Regional and Urban Development Location: 469 {NB} Session Organizers: Kenneth GIBB. United Nations. Hong Kong Rights to the city: A pluralist analysis of housing controversies in Mumbai and Hong Kong Nezihe Basak ERGIN. Australia Michael DARCY and Dallas ROGERS. University of Western Sydney. Netherlands Authors and Papers Michael GLASS. Argentina Entre la xenofobia y el derecho a una vivienda digna {*} Laila Nazem MOURAD. housing and the right to the city in Sydney. Girseun University. Brazil and Patricia SAMORA. Rachael WOLDOFF. University of Amsterdam. Argentina. Daniela DE LEO. Italy Shifting realities: Dislocating Palestinian jerusalemites from the capital into the edge Richard RONALD and Justin KADI. Turkey New models of housing supply and unjust spatial distribution of social classes in istanbul {*} Sergio Andrés KAMINKER. Centro Nacional Patagónico. Australia Housing rights and residents' voices in the marketplace of ideas Bart WISSINK and Ray FORREST. Universidade de São Paulo. to another society Hatice KURTULUS. University of Glasgow. Brazil {*} Anne LATENDRESSE and Pierre-Mathieu. USA The right to affordable housing in New York city: The case of Stuyvesant Town and the conflict over rent control Maria Carolina MAZIVIERO. University of Pittsburgh. Universidade Estadual de Feira de Santana. USA and Lisa MORRISON. Brazil  380  . Université du Québec à Montréal. Brazil Estatuto de la ciudad y derecho a la ciudad: Posibilides y límites en Salvador (Brasil) Friday 3 August 10:45 . Universidade Federal da Bahia. AALBERS. Federico GHELFI. la Xenofobia y el Racismo. Canada Alliances et stratégies des acteurs communautaires face aux méga-projets urbains : Étude de cas montréalais {*} Adriana LIMA NOGUEIRA VIEIRA.Joint Session RC21 Regional and Urban Development (host committee) RC43 Housing and Built Environment Location: 301 {OB} Session Organizers: Manuel B. Australia Accommodation or inhabitance? New migrants. Brazil The role of housing in capitalism and the unequal distribution of wealth and privilege in American cities Marcia HIRATA. Palestine. Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo da Universidade de São Paulo.

Middle East Technical University. Evaniza RODRIGUES. Turkey Urban movements in Istanbul: From local to global. Institut d’études politiques d’Aix-en-Provence. Canada and Sylvie PATSIAS. Université du Québec à Montréal. Spain Squat the squares. Spain Chair: Pierre HAMEL. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Chile Session Organizer: Fernando DIAZ ORUETA. Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. occupy the buildings Johannes NOVY. Canada Authors and Papers Dr. aproximaciones a la perspectiva de los residentes Felipe LINK. Margarita GREENE. Chile Personal networks in a context of risk and vulnerability. Universidad de La Rioja. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales. Instituto de Investigaciones “Gino Germani”. Chile and Rodrigo MORA. Brazil Derecho a la ciudad en la agenda de los movimientos populares Fernando OSTUNI. Brazil. University of Manchester. urban reforms and participation: A comparison between marseilles and montreal {*} Nezihe Basak ERGIN. Ecuador Marginal urban claims to the city in emerging versus peripheral economies Miguel A. Germany The struggle against “stuttgart 21” old wine in new bottles or a novel form of civil protest? Nicolás VERGARA. from global to local {*} RC21 Regional and Urban Development RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements Thursday 2 August 14:30 . materialization and the politics of the ‘future city’ in Rosario Maria Cristina CIELO. Quito. Pontifica Universidad Católica. Netherlands Acceso a la vivienda y conflictictividad en conjuntos urbanos en Buenos Aires. University of Texas at Austin.16:00 368 Urban movements in the new metropolitan context Joint Session RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements (host committee) RC21 Regional and Urban Development Location: 302 {OB}  381  . Universidade de São Paulo. Building the right to the city in Santiago. State University of Rio de Janeiro. MARTÍNEZ and Angela GARCÍA. Chile. Germany Stuttgart 21 and the paradox of direct democracy {*} Caroline PATSIAS. France Social movements. University of Montreal. Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement. Leandro MINUCHIN. Chile Movilizaciones urbanas populares en el Santiago de Chile actual: ¿Hacia una metrópolis más justa y democrática? Tereza VENTURA. USA Squatters houses. Universidad Técnica Federico Santa Maria. Argentina and Jean-Louis VAN GELDER. eviction and the struggle to stay in the city Raquel ROLNIK. Brazil Graffiti as a social struggle for recognition: A comparative perspective between Rio de Janeiro and Berlin Frank ECKARDT. Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo.Urban law and right to the city: Urban struggles in the inner city of São Paulo Solange MUÑOZ. United Kingdom Peripheral tactics. Technical University Berlin.

10:30 RC22 Sociology of Religion RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology Friday 3 August 09:00 . Italy and Juan FERENAZ. Bayreuth University. Argentina. Brazil Origen. Osaka City University. Centro Gino Germani. University Roma Tre. University of Hamburg.Cristina REYNALS and Roxana CRUDI. University Paris Descartes. Alessio SURIAN. Brazil and Fernando Bastos BASTOS. Germany. Japan Anthropology and qualitative methods in the sociology of religion Margarita GIANNOUTSOU. France What does religion do to the people? a case study in contemporary France Amir SHEIKHZADEGAN. Brazil and Regine HERBRIK. Japan Artist movements to legalize loft living in Soho in the 1960s and 1970s {*} Matheus Pereira Mattosfeizola FELIZOLA. University of Johannesburg. Technical University Berlin. Universidade Federal de Sergipe. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Argentina La modificación del espacio urbano: Praxis de lucha de los movimientos sociales {*} Hideaki SASAJIMA. Bernt SCHNETTLER. Centro Gino Germani. University of Fribourg. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Tokyo. Università di Padova. Part II Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC22 Sociology of Religion Location: 24 {OB} Session Organizers: Bernt SCHNETTLER.10:30 443 Qualitative Methods in the Sociology of Religion. Italy Computer assisted qualitative analysis of religion Saturday 4 August 09:00 . Eloísa MARTÍN. Bayreuth University. Waseda University. USA Phenomenology as method in the sociology of religion 638 Qualitative Methods in the Sociology of Religion. historia y preocupaciones de los movimientos socio-ambientales en Sergipe {*} Rosemarie BERNARD. South Africa The value in using the extended case method for researching religion Anne GOTMAN. Germany Authors and Papers Zahraa McDONALD. Brazil. Germany Authors and Papers James SPICKARD. University of Redlands. Switzerland Multiple or solitary social identities? A reconstruction of narrative identities of members of muslim voluntary organizations in Switzerland  382  . Germany Church interpreting in Germany: Making a case for a combination of conversation analysis and grounded theory in ethnographic fieldwork Roberto CIPRIANI. Technical University Berlin. Part I Joint Session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC22 Sociology of Religion Location: 24 {OB} Session Organizers: Eloísa MARTÍN. Germany and Regine HERBRIK.

United Kingdom Changing practice? Reflecting on participatory qualitative research in diaconal ministry Mauro MEIRELLES. Collective Actions and Social Change RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology (host committee) Location: APT 120 {OB} Session Organizer: Binay Kumar PATTNAIK. science and technology: Post-colonial and feminist perspectives Joint Session RC32 Women in Society (host committee) RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology Location: 446 {NB} Session Organizer: M. Argentina Derechos sexuales y reproductivos: Análisis de las racionalidades emergentes en torno a la donación de gametos. USA.12:15 244 Gender. Costa Rica Institute of Technology. Christine SHEARER. Laura CORRADI. Long Island University. Collective Actions and Social Change Saturday 4 August 12:30 . Florida Atlantic University. USA Globalization of science and technology research & development Esteban DAMIANI. USA Authors and Papers Roxana REYES-RIVAS. UC Santa Barbara Center for Nanotechnology in Society. USA RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC48 Social Movements. Minneapolis. University of Calcutta. la subrogación de vientres y las modalidades de fecundación extracorporal RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology RC32 Women in Society Thursday 2 August 10:45 . YES. Italy Chair: Josephine BEOKU-BETTS. Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur. India Authors and Papers Aqueil AHMAD. Walden University. UC Santa Barbara. Argentina The risks of networking in facebook for the 2012 Mexican national elections  383  .14:00 703 Democratising science and technology through protests and mobilizations for social justice Joint Session RC48 Social Movements. India Cronies in gendered practices in the hey-day of globalization and new technology Jennifer ROGERS-BROWN. Buenos Aires. Costa Rica Cyborgs from Central America unite! A decolonial feminist approach to Central American women’s groups in cyberspace Bula BHADRA. Núcleo de Estudos da Religião. Università della Calabria. Durham University. Barbara HERR HARTHORN.Andrew ORTON. Brazil and Uruguay: A comparative studies Participatory democracy and emerging technologies: A feminist methodological analysis of public deliberations on nanotechnology Leila VECSLIR. Brazil Political and religious imaginaries in Argentina. USA.

Hosei University. climate change. India Studying science communications in India. CIECS.Binay Kumar PATTNAIK. Witwatersrand University. National Council of applied Economic Research. University of Surrey. Brazil The interface between digital democracy and public policy: The challenges of digital inclusion in Brazil {*} Catarina DELAUNAY. through people’s science movements Felipe ADDOR. ‘buen vivir’ and voluntary simplicity: New lifestyles and political commitments Joint session RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements (host committee) RC24 Environment and Society  384  . Argentina Comunidades de software libre en Argentina: Algunas exploraciones y vectores de análisis {*} RÄTHZEL. Nora RC24 Environment and Society RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements Saturday 4 August 10:45 . Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur. India and Subhasis SAHOO. Córdoba. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Akira SUZUKI. Novosibirsk. Universidade Federal do Brazil La tecnología en la transformación del sistema democrático Anatoliy ABLAZHEY. Celso ALVEAR. University of Surrey. Witwatersrand University. Japan Politicization or continued quiescence?: The Fukushima nuclear disaster and the labor movement in Japan Jacklyn COCK. South Africa. Finland Being deliberative and analytic in environmental policy contexts – an analysis of effectiveness of scientific advice in environmental assessments and management {*} RC24 Environment and Society RC44 Labor Movements Thursday 2 August 16:15 . Siberian Academy of Sciences. Russia “Magic triangle” science – universities – high-tech business: Case of Siberia {*} Sayonara LEAL. Australia The Australian trade union movements engagement with just transition and the green economy Nora RATHZEL. United Kingdom Trade unions. Universidade Nova de Lisboa. University of Oulu. South Korea Contested notions of the transition to a ‘green economy’ Caleb GOODS. New Delhi. Alan TYGEL and Flávio CHEDID HENRIQUES.17:45 409 Trade unions in the green economy Joint Session RC44 Labor Movements (host committee) RC24 Environment and Society Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizers: Jacklyn COCK. Portugal Assisted reproductive techniques: Moral judgments and mobilisation for better access by gay couples and chronically ill people {*} Agustín ZANOTTI. Sweden and David UZZELL. and the north-south divide Timo P KARJALAINEN and Timo JARVIKOSKI. University of Brasilia. Umea University. Umea University. Sweeden and David UZZELL. Curtin University.12:15 657 Climate justice.

USA and Evangelia  385  Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Mexico and Gabriel DE SENA JARDIM. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Saint Mary´s University.10:30 208 Empowerment. Spain and Òscar PRIETO-FLORES. transexualidad y transgeneridad en los discursos del estado argentino RC25 Language and Society RC25 Language and Society RC54 The Body in the RC32 Women in Society Social Sciences Friday 3 August 10:45 . University of Connecticut. negociando significados: Luchas por el (anti)desarrollo y traducción en el activismo transnacional Gustavo D’AVILA NETO. Belgium Authors and Papers Debra DAVIDSON.12:15 510 The Role of Language in Shaping Gender Justice and Sexual Rights Movements Joint Session RC32 Women in Society RC25 Language and Society (host committee) Location: 32 {OB} Session Organizers: Melanie HEATH. Argentina Movimientos sociales y bienes comunes naturales Breno BRINGEL. Argentina Fronteras discursivas: Travestismo. Brazil and Geoffrey PLEYERS. CONICET/UBA. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. USA Authors and Papers Bandana PURKAYASTHA and Shweta Majumdar ADUR. Overcoming hegemonic masculinity in the work-place Maria del Carmen TREVINO. Cornell University. Papaloapan University. University of Barcelona. FNRS/UC Louvain & CADIS/EHESS. Emilio TADDEI and Clara ALGRANATI. Nídia Perez LOBATO. Argentina Between “prostitution” and “dignified work”: An analysis of the political practices of travesti associations in Buenos Aires Marta SOLER. USA Chair: Melanie HEATH. Language and the Body Joint Session RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences RC25 Language and Society (host committee) Location: 32 {OB} Session Organizers: Celine-Marie PASCALE. McMaster University. USA Operationalizing climate change reflexivity: New insights into social response José SEOANE.Location: 302 {OB} Chairs: Maria da Glória GOHN. Sapienza University of Rome. Italy . Mexico La acción en el espacio público: Mujer y trabajo Anahí FARJI NEER. Brazil Communitarian strategies of environmental control and adaptation: The experience of Mexican indigenous groups TASTSOGLOU. University of Alberta. Universidad Estatal de Campinas. University of Girona. Universidad Estatal de Río de Janeiro. American University. McMaster University. Universidad Pedagógica Nacional. Canada and Rich STEDMAN. Brazil Construyendo alternativas. Spain Communicative acts which promote new masculinities. USA and Bianca Maria PIRANI. USA Whose language? Whose experiences? Examining the language of organizing among LGBT (Indian subcontinent-origin) groups in the US and India Maria Soledad CUTULI. FFyL-UBA/CONICET.

Universidad de Buenos Aires. SUNY Stony Brook. Universidade Estadual do Ceará.12:15 65 Innovative approaches to informal work Joint session RC44 Labor Movements (host committee) RC30 Sociology of Work  386  . Middle East Technical University. and future representation of identity: Skin colour declaration on birth certificate in Brazil Pablo SCHENCMAN. Universidad de Guadalajara. Argentina and Gretchen PURSER. Université de Montréal. current. USA The power of “powerless” workers: Colombian waste picker cooperatives’ struggle for social and economic inclusion Chris TILLY. South Africa Yanick NOISEUX. Argentina Informal labour in recession and growth: A new structural feature of labour markets in Argentina? RC30 Sociology of Work RC44 Labor Movements Wednesday 1 August 10:45 . Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León. CONICET/UNSAM. Brazil Precarious and informal work of street scavengers in Fortaleza. Mexico Lenguaje como productor de coherencia en las construcciones identitarias Lara Virgínia Saraiva PALMEIRA. Brazil {*} Manuel ROSALDO. Transformaciones en las denominaciones médicas de la obesidad Zeyda RODRÍGUEZ. Mexico Juventud y transgresión e identidad {*} Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizer: Rina AGARWALA. USA Workers center: From activism to survival João Bosco SANTOS and Gustavo MEIRELES. University of California at Berkeley. Syracuse University. University of the Witwatersrand.Chair: Celine-Marie PASCALE. UBA/CEIL-CONICET. Turkey Transformation of body and subjectivity in transition from molar language to molecular language: Prenatal diagnosis and medical gaze on female body Brenda Araceli BUSTOS GARCIA. Canada and Ruth FELDER. Federal University of Pernambuco. York University. Universidad de la República. USA Authors and Papers Débora GORBAN. South Africa Researching decent work in Gauteng. Johns Hopkins University. University of California Los Angeles. Argentina Nombrar el exceso. Brazil The female fashion body: Construction and reproduction of images found in vogue Brazil Stéphanie CASSILDE. CEPS/INSTEAD. USA Organizing informal workers: Challenges and opportunities for formal trade unions in five countries Viviana PATRONI. USA Authors and Papers Emre SÜNTER. American University. Luxembourg Past. NY Scavenging for work: Informal labor across the northsouth divide Marcos SUPERVIELLE and Mariela Agueda QUIÑONES MONTORO. Canada Organizing in the informal sector : A case study in Mumbai’s shipbreaking yards Fernanda PAGE POMA. Uruguay Hacia dónde van las evaluaciones de desempeño laborales Edward WEBSTER.

Canada An indicator of the social and civic integration of migrants in Canada: The development of an immigrant integration index and some findings Tiffany JOSEPH. Brazil is for living’: Quality of life expectations for Brazilian migrants in the US Derek McGHEE. Part I Joint session RC55 Social Indicators (host committee) RC31 Sociology of Migration Location: 23 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: David BARTRAM. University of Johannesburg. United Kingdom Dignity. happiness and being able to live a ‘normal life’ – An examination of post-accession polish migrants’ autobiographical transnational fields Ria SMIT. Italy Migration as self-sacrifice – For (whose) greater good? On the (dis)placement of well-being in the narratives of immigrant care workers in Italy Silvia Maja MELZER. University of Calgary. University Bielefeld. Canada The quality of life of African immigrant women in Canada: A study of small-scale women entrepreneurs in the Province of Alberta {*} Erika BUSSE. Germany Migrants’ pursuit of happiness: The impacts of adaptation. Harvard University. social comparison and relative deprivation on subjective well-being using German panel data Heather EDELBLUTE1. USA ‘The US is for working. University of Trento. integration and quality of life in Germany Saturday 4 August 10:45 . GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences.16:00 346 Migration and Quality of Life. Australia Migration and “well-being” – The experience of mixtec migrants in the United States and Mexico Patience ELABOR-IDEMUDIA. New York University. Sergio CHAVEZ2 and Ted MOUW1. remittances and the sponsorship of children Heinz-Herbert NOLL and Stefan WEICK.12:15 670 Migration and Quality of Life. South Africa “To leave or not to leave” migration and quality of life: The case of female refugees in South Africa Magdalena ARIAS CUBAS. USA The emotional costs of transnational fatherhood: Dilemmas of fathering from afar  387  . University of Sydney. University of Oradea.RC31 Sociology of Migration RC55 Social Indicators Thursday 2 August 14:30 . University of Saskatchewan. USA and Mark ROSENZWEIG. USA (2) Rice University. Germany Migration. University of Leicester. USA A view from the origin: Examining happiness through a relative deprivation lens Guillermina JASSO. (1) The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Romania Authors and Papers Lloyd WONG. Yale University. United Kingdom Authors and Papers Paolo BOCCAGNI. Part II Joint session RC55 Social Indicators (host committee) RC31 Sociology of Migration Location: 23 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Sergiu BALTATESCU. University of Wisconsin River Falls. University of Southampton. USA Remit or reunify? US immigrant parents.

GESIS Leibniz Institute for Social Sciences. University of Sydney. Glasgow Caledonian University. Collegio Carlo Alberto. Denmark Rights of fathers to leave in Denmark and Sweden – Why so different gender equality logics? RC32 Women in Society RC44 Labor Movements Saturday 4 August 09:00 . BERNARD. Germany Gender equity in policies supporting paid work and caring responsibilities. BERNARD. USA and Linda CHRISTIANSEN-RUFFMAN. The University of the West Indies. Trinidad and Tobago Chair: Linda HEWITT. Saint Mary´s University. USA California’s paid family leave program: Low-wage workers and family leave insurance Marian BAIRD. Canada Discussant: Janet GORNICK. Germany and Andreea CONSTANTIN. university of Florence. New York. CUNY. Australia and Gillian WHITEHOUSE. Australia The Australian union movement and paid parental leave: Strategic coalitions and campaigns Chiara SARACENO. United Kingdom  388  . University of Cologne. Canada Chair: Linda CHRISTIANSEN-RUFFMAN. Trinidad and Tobago Authors and Papers Rossana TRIFILETTI. USA Authors and Papers Ruth MILKMAN. The University of the West Indies. University of Queensland. Trinidad and Tobago Co-Chair: Godfrey St.10:30 618 Challenging the logic of neoliberalism: Labor-feminist coalitions and work-family policy campaigns Joint session RC32 Women in Society RC44 Labor Movements (host committee) Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizers: Ruth MILKMAN. USA "Desde niños hasta muertos" – The transnational back and forth of emotions: A multi-sided ethnographic case study of Mexican transnational communities Lotte BLOKSGAARD. Italy. Germany Measurements of attitudes towards gender roles in cross-cultural surveys: Internal and external validity Umut KORKUT. Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fuer Sozialforschung. Aalborg University. UCSB. Saint Mary´s University. An intra EU comparison RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology RC41 Sociology of Population Thursday 2 August 16:15 . DISPO. CUNY. Italy New fathers and mothers in Europe and their (old) division of labour {*} Malina VOICU.17:45 393 Methodology and its Role in Interrogating Social and Demographic Dynamics Joint session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee) RC41 Sociology of Population Location: 24 {OB} Session Organizer: Godfrey St. Centre for Interdisciplinary Research and Development. The City University of New York. Anette BORCHORST and Tine ROSTGAARD.Veronica MONTES.

Missouri State University. Spain The social construction of civic holidays. Ryukoku University. Trinidad and Tobago and Linda HEWITT. Discussion about Shoah Remembrance Day Anna RANSIEK. the University of the West Indies. USA Challenges in the conduct of censuses and surveys in the Virgin Islands of the United States Marcis TRAPENCIERIS and Sigita SNIKERE.16:00 158 From alienation to empowerment. South Korea Process-oriented methodology support to social interventions: The use of Deleuze’s theory of assemblages Felipe Simão PONTES. BERNARD. Japan Women’s University. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Latvia The effects of web-based and paper-and-pencil questionnaire administration in school surveys on substance use {*} Shigeru TANAKA. Wednesday 1 August Collective Actions and Social Change 10:45 . modernization and ‘reductive media’ Jae Eon YU. gender and population issues in mosque sermons in Turkey Godfrey ST. Centre for Interdisciplinary Research and Development. Brazil The singularity as a category of journalism: Convergences and divergences of theories of journalism. Japan Authors and Papers Luciana LEAO. Collective Actions and Social Change Location: 452 {NB} Chair: Marvin PROSONO. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Germany What is left to say about the GDR? – The interrelation between narration and discourse RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology WG02 Historical and RC36 Alienation Theory Comparative Sociology and Research RC48 Social Movements. Trinidad and Tobago A review of caribbean population and housing census experience Frank MILLS. University of Latvia. Federal University of Santa Catarina.12:15 96 Process-Oriented Methodology and Theories in Historical and Comparative Sociology Joint session RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology WG02 Historical and Comparative Sociology (host committee) Location: 31 {OB} Session Organizer and Chair: Fumiya ONAKA. Part I Joint session RC36 Alienation Theory and Research (host committee) RC48 Social Movements. Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. Keimyung University. Brazil Studying long-term social processes: Intersections between macro-historical sociology and path-dependence  389  Wednesday 1 August 14:30 . history and political sociology Esmeralda BALLESTEROS DONCEL. Japan Nationalization.The construction of family. USA . University of the Virgin Islands.

University of Toronto. Brazil Human security and emancipation: Measurements and issues Lukas PASOS. Cecilia M. Laurentian University. Part II. Hebrew University of Jerusalem. LUSNICH. mantenimiento y desafíos de los movimientos sociales antiprohibicionistas de las drogas germaniano {*} RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements RC48 Social Movements. Germany Emergence of a global social movement: World says no to inequality Zeev ROSENHEK. Ibaraki University. Collective Actions and Social Change Location: 452 {NB} Authors and Papers Nanako INABA. State University of Paraiba. alienation and subjetivity Alberto L. Demetrio TARANDA. Collective Actions and Social Change (host committee) RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements Location: 38 {OB} Session Organizer: Benjamín TEJERINA. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Universidade Estadual Paulista. Japan How migrant women successfully appealed for a change of the anti-domestic violence law in Japan  390  . College of Management Studies. USA and Tova BENSKI. Canada Social theory and agency: The cave. University of the Basque Country. Collective Actions and Social Change Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . empowerment and utopian visions Francois DEPELTEAU. The Open University of Israel. Colombia Origen. National Pedagogical University of Colombia. ORTIZ. Argentina Crisis. Brazil Work. Canada Learning and (de)alienation in social movements: Considerations from two case studies on anti-poverty community organizing Giovanni ALVES. SAWAN. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani.10:30 23 New Trends and Theoretical Approach in the Field of Social Mobilizations and Social Change Joint session RC48 Social Movements. alienation and self-management praxis Lara FACIOLI. Israel Distributive grievances and socio-political blockages: The role of middle-class youth in the Israeli social protest movement Thursday 2 August 14:30 . Loyola University of Chicago. Spain Authors and Papers Simin FADAEE. Israel Agency. Humboldt University of Berlin. BIALAKOWSKY. Brazil “Gender technology” and “self-technologies”: An analysis of discourses and practices of contemporary self-help Paulo KUHLMANN and Fabiola FARO. social determinism and interdependency Joseph E. Guadalupe ROMERO and Pablo D. Joint session RC36 Alienation Theory and Research (host committee) RC48 Social Movements. Universidade Federal de São Carlos.16:00 338 From alienation to empowerment.Authors and Papers Lauren LANGMAN. Israel and Michael SHALEV.

Antimo Luigi FARRO. wall paintings and graffiti {*} Tülay KAYA. Argentina Articulations among collective actions {*} Authors and Papers Rosa PEREIRA and Rosane MAIA. social movement networks and political opportunity structures in the Basque public space: Bilbao’s Aste Nagusia (2009-2010) Soledad SAMAME. Belgium Globalization and social movements in the last decade: De-coupling internationalization and institutionalization? Esin ILERI. Universidad Diego Portales. Jagiellonian University. UFRJ/EHESS. Higher School of Economics. Italy 21st-century collective movements Geoffrey PLEYERS. Spain Seeking for social change. Universidade Federal do Pará. Poland  391  . University of Johannesburg. University of Cyprus. Turkey Cinema as a visual tool for immigrants’ welfare {*} Fabiene GAMA. Peru Exclusión: La visión de los actores sociales {*} Shannon WALSH. Sapienza University of Rome. Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Collective Actions and Social Change (host committee) TG05 Visual Sociology Location: 38 {OB} Session Organizers: Malgorzata BOGUNIABOROWSKA and Piotr SZTOMPKA. Brazil Photo-documentation and political participation: The role of photographic self-representation in Brazil and Bangladesh {*} RC48 Social Movements. Jagiellonian University. Istanbul University.CADIS. Russia Visual representation of desurbanization: New downshifting communities in the near north of Russia Miranda CHRISTOU. FNRS/UC Louvain & CADIS/EHESS. Brazil Injustice and exclusion revealed through photos (1898-1908) Thomas OLESEN. Internet Interdisciplinary Institute-Barcelona. South Africa Visual approaches to social change in South Africa: What difference does it make? {*} Elisabeth SIMBUERGER. Argentina Identity battles. Chile Visual discourses of the University of Santiago de Chile: Higher education advertisement. Rutgers University. EHESS . Iniciativa Social Blanco y Negro.14:00 318 Visual Representation of Injustice and Exclusion Joint session RC48 Social Movements. Jagiellonian University. Collective Actions and Social Change TG05 Visual Sociology Thursday 2 August 12:30 . struggling for culture: Collaborative creation as political action and moral orders in the case of free culture movement {*} Graciela DI MARCO. Denmark “We are all Khaled Said”: Visual injustice symbols and activism Nikita POKROVSKY. Cyprus Baring pain in the news media Ignacia PERUGORRIA. Poland Chair: Piotr SZTOMPKA. Aarhus University. France State violence against protesters in Turkey {*} Elisenda ARDEVOL and Débora LANZENI. Poland Co-Chair: Malgorzata BOGUNIABOROWSKA.

Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. Middle East Technical University. Brazil Human rights and media: An authoritative historical construction Henrique RANGEL. Australia Chair: Edward SIEH. Lasell College. University of Brasilia.12:15 281 Risk. USA Authors and Papers Lucia Maria BRITO DE OLIVEIRA. Brazil The threat of neoliberalism to the human right of a balanced environment: The case of the Brazilian Amazon forest and climate change Bruno MULLER. ZINN. Niedja LIMA. Escola Nacional de Ciências Estatísticas. Carlos BOLONHA and Maíra ALMEIDA. Lucia de Fatima CLEMENTE RIBEIRO. Human Rights and Global Justice Joint session TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice (host committee) TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty Location: 305 {OB} Session Organizers: Edward SIEH. Lasell College.TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty Thursday 2 August 10:45 . Brazil The world social forum and the struggle for new political paradigms Thuanny RIBEIRO. University of Melbourne. Brazil Human rights and the idea of risk Vanessa COSTA. USA and Jens O. Brazil Constitutional courts and the instrumentalization of legitimacy Onder GUNES. Bernadete LIMA. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Turkey The perception of the discourse of the (human) rights of the Turkish Left  392  .

Silvia GRINBERG1 and Gabriela ORLANDO2. transmisión y autoridad: Concepciones de juventud de estudiantes y docentes en la transición de la escuela primaria a la media Sofia DAFUNCHIO1. Universidad Católica “Nuestra Señora de la Asunción”. México. Ministerio de Salud.Educación.12:15 46 Additional Session 2 . Mexico The audiovisual narrative and school discipline in the conflict of values: Violence. Argentina Relaciones de generación. gestión y ética Location: APT 212 {OB} Session Organizer: Néstor CORREA Authors and Papers Alejandro Marcelo VILLA. Argentina La configuración del conocimiento oficial en instituciones de educación técnica profesional: Regulaciones externas y evaluación Maria Eugenia GRANDOLI. UBA. discrimination and intolerance 10:45 . Mexico Mexican society and professional ethics Luis ORTIZ SANDOVAL. UNGS-UNLU.10:30 3 Additional Session 1 . Argentina Escuelas secundarias emplazadas en contextos de extrema pobreza urbana. Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires. Puebla. Consejo de Investigación en Salud. Argentina. Universidad autónoma de Sinaloa. México. Buenos Aires.Derecho y la política Location: APT 212 {OB} Session Organizer: Andrea GASTRON. Paraguay Selección social y configuraciones escolares Rosario Olivia IZAGUIRRE FIERRO. Education. Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación. Reflexiones en torno de los dispositivos pedagógicos en clave biopolítica Oscar Luis GRAIZER. Doctoral student in Pedagogy at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Dirección General de Postgrado e Investigación.ALAS/AAS Sessions Wednesday 1 August 09:00 . Argentina Modelos y modalidades de gobierno en torno a la transmisión del conocimiento en colegios secundarios privados Mauricio TOXQUI. Faculty of Philosophy and Literature. Sinaloa. Culiacán. Faculty of Philosophy and Literature. (2)UNSAM. Universidad de Buenos Aires  393  . (1)CONICET.

Argentina Law and migration: The argentine experience  394  . Buenos Aires. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina Lay participation in judicial decision-making processes and legitimacy of the judicial system in Córdoba. Florence. Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas Ambrosio L. Argentina Derechos fundamentales y espacio público: El caso de la “libertad sindical” Raquel CUSTÓDIO ALVES. Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Sociales. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Provincia de Buenos Aires. Theory and History of Law Department. Colombia The law and the jouissance Heloisa FERNANDES CAMARA. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Curitiba. Facultad de Derecho. Cartagena. Argentina Daniel FLOREZ MUÑOZ. Cordoba. Buenos Aires. Mujeres peruanas y mercado de trabajo del empleo doméstico en Argentina Sofia CIUFFOLETTI. cultura y migración Location: APT 212 {OB} Session Organizers: Orlando SÁNCHEZ. Argentina Criminalizing poverty Federico Leandro DE FAZIO. San Antonio de Padua. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas Ambrosio L. Criminal Law. Brazil La construcción y permanencia de la legalidad autoritaria en Brasil: La dictadura militar de 1964 Gustavo A. Centro de Ciências Jurídicas. Universidad Buenos Aires and Felipe FUCITO Authors and Papers Silvana BEGALA. Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas y Sociales Ambrosio Lucas Gioja. Gioja”. Sociology. CONICET. Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). Brazil Ativismo. Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas y Sociales “Dr. National University of Córdoba. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba-Facultad de Derecho. Argentina Género y globalización. Facultad de Derecho. Brazil Juridical status and rights of irregular migrants in an international comparative perspective: The normative realities of Brazil and Italy Susana NOVICK. Argentina El contenido del derecho a la vivienda digna en Argentina: El papel de la justicia de la ciudad de Buenos Aires y los actores no gubernamentales en su efectivización 12:30 . Argentina and Camila FERNÁNDEZ MEIJIDE. Buenos Aires. Universidad de Buenos Aires. University of Florence-Law Faculty. Fundación Universitaria Unicolombo. University of Buenos Aires. Sociología Jurídica. Argentina El principio de reciprocidad y el derecho humano a migrar Susana CHECA. Gioja. Capital Federal. Centro Universitário Curitiba. A. PPGD-FND. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina La formación de los jueces a la luz de la oferta de la escuela judicial de la ciudad autónoma de Buenos Aires (una primera aproximación) Maria Inés BERGOGLIO. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Argentina Jurados populares y representación política Celeste Salomé NOVELLI.Authors and Papers Letícia DUTRA. Buenos Aires. BEADE.14:00 97 Additional Session 3 . Córdoba. Córdoba. Gioja. University of Buenos Aires. Capital Federal. Italy and Adriana DIAS VIEIRA. Argentina Niños. Universidade Federal da Paraíba.Derecho. democracia y seguridad jurídica Sebastián VIQUEIRA. fútbol y derechos humanos Mayra FERNANDES DA SILVA. UFRJ. CONICET. Argentina La prostitución infantil en Bauru y los aspectos del derecho penal brasileño Leticia VITA.

University Francisco de Miranda. Argentina Ley de residencia (Nº 4. Argentina. Beatriz RAIJLAND and Mónica CLOT Authors and Papers Esteban TORRES. Ciudad de Buenos Aires.144. Universidade Federal Fluminense. Núcleo de Estudos de Gênero . Serviço Social de Niterói. Campinas. Argentina Health inequality (in)sensitive to changes in advanced cancerxs treatments Amurabi OLIVEIRA.029. Programa de PósGraduação em Educação.16:00 150 Additional Session 4 .Sociología de la salud y las politics sanitarias Location: APT 212 {OB} Session Organizers: Liliana GASTRON. Hepatites Viaris. Historia y Teoría de las Artes. Universidade Federal do Pará. CIECS-CONICET. directions and dilemmas 14:30 . Brazil A prática do serviço social e a crise da democracia no marco das reformas do estado brasileiro {*} Roberta dos Reis NEUHOLD. Secretaria de Saúde do Estado do Pará. FCS-UBA.Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Universidad de Buenos Aires.UNLuján. Argentina El control de la información y la comunicación como fuente de poder: Análisis de una tesis de Manuel Castells. CONICET. hormônios e relações de gênero Cisalpina CANTÃO.Pagu. Argentina Comparing judicial practices: Legal knowledge in the gap Graciela BIAGINI. Center of Education. Federal University of Alagoas. Brazil The teaching of social sciences in the “escolas normais” in alagoas: Trajectories. Claudia FIGARI and Diego ALVAREZ NEWMAN Authors and Papers Blanca DE LIMA. DCS-UNLu. Venezuela Curso de vida e institucionalización en adultos mayores: Una aproximación cualitativa Maria Conceição COSTA. Ciudad de Buenos Aires.Participación política y programas sociales Location: APT 212 {OB} Session Organizers: Alicia NAVEDA. Bosnia and Andréa CHAVES. Argentina Políticas de salud y reclamos sociales Luci PINHEIRO. Belém. 1902) y ley de defensa social (Nº 7. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas . Universidad de Buenos Aires. University of Lujan. Buenos Aires. São Paulo. Contenidos ideológicos y articulación con la historia sociopolítica en el contexto de fenómenos migratorios en Argentina del siglo XX Santiago Gabriel CALISE. Universidade de São Paulo.Lidia MOROZIUK. Maceió. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Brazil Hepatites virais: Prevenção e saúde no estado do Pará Thursday 2 August 09:00 . Coro. Faculdade de Ciências Sociais. Social Work and Sociology. 1983-2009  395  . Graciela COUSINET.10:30 195 Additional Session 5 . Universidad Nacional de San Juan. Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires. Universidad de Buenos Aires . Argentina. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Rio de Janeiro. Brazil Medicalização. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales. Buenos Aires. 1910). Belém. CONICET-UBA. Argentina Observaciones desde Latinoamérica sobre el sistema jurídico en América Latina Leticia BARRERA. Brazil A produção acadêmica sobre o ensino de ciências sociais na educação básica: Um mapeamento dos debates na sociedade brasileira de sociologia Natalia LUXARDO.

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recursos naturales y desarrollo Location: APT 212 {OB} Session Organizers: Jorge ROJAS HERNÁNDEZ and Rudis Yilmar FLORES Authors and Papers Miguel Francisco GUTIÉRREZ. Colombia Irlys FIRMO BARREIRA. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento Los Polvorines. Facultad de Ciencias Económicas Universidad de Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires. Argentina Expresiones de la desigualdad en clave territorial en torno de la dinámica escolar-barrial en ciudades intermedias de la Patagonia Ida CASTIGLIONI1. Florianópolis. Brazil Descentralization and social capital: Challenges of the strategics projects María Eugenia VENTURINI and Carla VILLAGRAN. College of Letters and Sciences of the São Paulo State University (UNESP-SP). Nicaragua Good practices of cooperation between universities and local community Ricardo CORTÁZAR. Université Fédérale de Santa Catarina. El Colegio de la Frontera Sur. Salud. Sociology. Ciencias Sociais . Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Cauca. (3)Medicine. (2) Engineering. Colombia Jóvenes de la street. Dirección de Comercialización. Brazil De la aparición al presente de la libertad asistida: Un análisis del gobiernamento de delincuentes jóvenes Maria Galleno SOUZA OLIVEIRA. Florianópolis. Milan. Historia Económica. Apropiaciones espaciales y construcción de identidad colectiva del skater en Medellín. Antropólogo. culture and politics in brazilian sociology Maria Zefisa SOARES MENEZES. Brazil Sua virtus e sua sapientia Miguel Angel DÍAZ PERERA. UT. Popayan. Ecology. Sociedade Brasileira de Sociologia. Argentina Avance de investigación: Análisis de las políticas de fomento productivo de vinos caseros aplicadas en el municipio de Lavalle (periodo 2004-2009) desde la perspectiva del desarrollo local Ariane RODRIGUES. Italy.Pablo Sebastián GARCÍA. Buenos Aires. Porto Alegre. Araraquara. Sociología. Buenos Aires. University of Milano-Bicocca. Fortaleza. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Economy. Medellín. Alberto GIASANTI1. Argentina The role of technology in creativity and scientific discovery Quelen GIANEZINI.UFC. Argentina Jóvenes y violencia letal: Duelo y memorialización 14:30 . Sancti Spiritus. Mexico Riesgo y vulnerabilidad en Tabasco: El ejemplo de la Colonia Gaviotas ante las inundaciones de 1980 y 2007 Liliana RECAMAN. Geografia Física y Análisis Geográfico Regionall. Equidad y desarrollo comunitario. Colombia Marina Luz GARCIA. Brazil Environmental public policy: The natural disasters question and its effects on Brazilian risky society Elson PEREIRA. Géosciences. University of UNAN of Managua. Fortaleza. Ministerio de Desarrollo Social de la Nación. University of Sancti Spiritus.16:00 328 Additional Session 8 Medioambiente. Villahermosa. Managua. Sociologia. Cuba. Osvaldo ROMERO2 and Armando ULLOA3. Popayán. University of Barcelona. Brazil La ville-droit en résistance à la ville-marché dans le processus d’élaboration du schéma directeur de Florianópolis – Brésil  397  . Geosciences. Brazil Social movements. Argentina. Universidade Federal de Santa Maria. Université Fédérale de Santa Catarina. Brazil and André SANTOS. Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral. (1)Sociology. Colombia Social and environmental management basin of High Andean and its influence on the democratic management: Case River Basin stones.

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Santiago. Department of Sociology. UNSAM Authors and Papers Betina FRESNEDA. UBA. Bahía Blanca. University of São Paulo. Rio de Janeiro. Monterrey.12:15 467 RT 1b Desigualdades educativas y sociales Location: 28 {OB} Session Organizer: Gabriela ORLANDO. Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas y Sociales del Sur (UNS-CONICET). IESP/UERJ. Sociología. Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO). El control de la vergüenza y el oficio de estudiante Agustina MUTCHINICK. Argentina Humillaciones y desigualdades sociales en la escuela secundaria Mariana NOBILE. Brazil Economic sectors evolution and education: An analysis of the metropolitans regions of Belo Horizonte and São Paulo Natalia KRÜGER. Argentina La dimensión emocional de la experiencia escolar: Reflexiones teóricas a partir del caso de las “escuelas de reingreso”. Ana Griselda DIAZ and Maria Natalia LENCINA. Universidad de San Andrés. de Buenos Aires. CIC-CONICET-UNSAM. São Paulo. Reflexiones en torno a la escolarización en contextos de pobreza urbana 10:45 . Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez. CONICET. Argentina Emociones en la escuela secundaria. Área de Educación. Social Sciences. Mato Grosso. La construcción de la identidad escolar en nuevos dispositivos de educación media en contextos de pobreza de la ciudad de Buenos Aires  399  . Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso. Mexico Institutions that determine local CSR in a developing country Leonardo LINS. Universidade Estadual de Campinas-Unicamp. Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires. UNSAM. Brazil International migratory circulation and social thought in Brazil Marina LARRONDO. Buenos Aires Liliana RONCONI. Becaria de Posgrado CONICET. Brazil Changes in educational opportunities in the Brazilian secondary education Cecilia Evangelina MELENDEZ. con sede de trabajo en la Escuela de Educación. Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey Campus Monterrey. IICE-FFyL-UBA/CONICET. Education. Argentina. Buenos Aires. antropología y aproximaciones filosóficas a las emociones en el contexto escolar Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizer: Rose Martha ROMO BELTRAN Authors and Papers Sebastián GARCIA. Asociación Argentina de Sociología. Argentina Repensando la crisis de la escuela media. Argentina La diversidad en la escuela: Ventanas para la construcción de una cultura escolar democrática Mercedes MACHADO.12:15 468 RT 1c Sociología. Brazil and Marcia dos Santos FERREIRA. Argentina Desigualdades en la escuela secundaria de la provincia de Catamarca Débora MAZZA. Pcia. CONICET. Sociology. Argentina Un diagnóstico de la segregación por nivel socioeconómico en la escuela media Argentina Bernardo MARESCA. Argentina La educación como línea de fuga: Entre el ahora y la promesa de futuro.Nicolás GÓMEZ. Chile Cultura económica en el sector informal Anna Luisa CABRERA RUBIO. Argentina and Waldemar CUBILLA. Buenos Aires. Argentina Teoría del juego social y planeamiento estratégico {*} 10:45 . Victoria. Universidad de Buenos Aires.

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Belém. Curitiba. Argentina Formas colectivas de organización y cultura política popular: El caso de la Asamblea Municipal Constituyente de Mogotes Santiago CUNIAL and Tomás SCHUSTER. Basic Studies. APG. Mexico Demodiversidad en América Latina: Las disputas en el proceso de democratización a comienzos del siglo XXI Estefanía VANEGAS CARRASCO. Belém. Recife. São Paulo. Brazil Poder público e sindicato: O movimento grevista do SINTEP  400  .12:15 465 Additional Session 11 . Porto Alegre. Brazil Migration of high-skilled workers between Brazil and US: Aspects on immigration policies Andréa CHAVES. Uruguay Experiencias de diálogo social y nuevas formas de gobernabilidad Olímpio ROCHA. Fundação Getulio VargasSão Paulo. Campina Grande. Brazil Women leaders in detraditionalization’s context Abili Lazaro Castro LIMA. Universidade Federal do Pará. UBA. Brazil Juridical pluralism: Contemporary new paradigm? Luciana COENTRO. Brazil Globalization and neoliberalism and theirs negative consequences in politics and law Fatima de OLIVEIRA SOUZA. Brazil Sobre movimientos sociales. UNSAM/IDAES-IDES. Argentina Perspectivas sobre la relación entre orden institucional y transformación radical en América Latina Ingrid Karla NÓBREGA BESERRA. Paraíba State University (UEPB). Sociology. Doctorado con orientación en Sociología. participación y democracia en América Latina Location: 30 {OB} Session Organizers: Julio MEJÍA NAVARRETE and Pablo Sebastián GARCÍA. Rio de Janeiro.Trabajo. Universidad Federal Fluminence.Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral. Buenos Aires. Minas Gerais. Estudiante maestría en Antropología Social. Belo Horizonte. Argentina Cómo investigar prácticas de resistencia de estudiantes en la escuela de hoy: Reflexiones metodológicas desde el campo de la sociología de la educación Elizabeth Maria FLEURY-TEIXEIRA.12:15 469 RT 1d Movimientos sociales. UFRGS. Montevideo. Universidade Federal De Minas Gerais & Fundação Oswaldo Cruz. Regional Development. Universidad de Buenos Aires and Ricardo ANTUNES Authors and Papers Ana Laura ERMIDA and Sofía MANNISE. UFPR . Educación. Brazil and Paulo FRAZÃO. SEDUC. Universidad de Buenos Aires Authors and Papers Eva CAPECE WORONOWICZ. escuelas y desigualdad social: Identidades y toma de posición de jóvenes en barrios de periferia Eduardo LANGER. Escola Vilhena Alves. Brazil As interfaces da política de assistência social nos programas sociais do ministério do desenvolvimento social: Assistência ou assistencialização da pobreza? 10:45 .Leandro Rogério PINHEIRO. Faculdade de Ciências Sociais. Universidad Nacional de General San Martín . Distrito Federal. Brazil Una perspectiva histórica de las personas sordas y su constitución como medio de movimiento social en Brasil 10:45 . UFPE. Health Ministery. LUSNICH. orden jurídico y las nuevas prácticas de inclusión Location: APT 212 {OB} Session Organizers: Cecilia M. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Public Law Departament. Ciudad de Buenos Aires. Panelist. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales.Federal University of Parana.

Departamento de Direito Econômico. Pablo Nogués. National University of Cordoba Authors and Papers Quelen GIANEZINI. Buenos Aires. Porto Alegre. Pedro Leopoldo/MG. Political ideologies and professionalism of our judges 12:30 . Brazil Urban law and the real estate sector: Economic interests and the law in the production of the city of São Paulo 12:30 . São Paulo School of Law of Fundação Getulio Vargas. Argentina The vicissitudes of housing rights in a landmark environmental case of Argentina: A study of the Matanza-Riachuelo basin case Luciana VACCOTTI. Law School. Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia. Universidad de Buenos Aires. El caso de la descontaminación del río Bogotá Gustavo CORTÉS SUAZA. Colombia Jueces y defensa del medio ambiente. IIGG-UBA. Porto Alegre. Universidad de Buenos Aires. São Paulo-SP.Vitor COSTA. UFRGS .14:00 525 RT 2a Derecho y profesiones Location: 27 {OB} Session Organizer: María Inés BERGOGLIO. Brazil Labor justice – The Brazilian way. Argentina and Viviana KÜHNE. Colombia Bogotá. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Italy When the symbol does not correspond to the substance: The images of justice and the social roles of women and men in the legal world through time Pedro GERALDO. Tunja. Tunja. Niterói. Paraguay y Uruguay Aline VIOTTO. Universidade de São Paulo. Universidad Nacional de San Martín. Universidad Buenos Aires Authors and Papers Juan Felipe PINILLA. Anthropology. Argentina Insurance companies and their lawyers in road accident mediation: Usual players shaping the game rules Andrea GASTRON. São Paulo. Brazil Violence et prostitution à Belo Horizonte et connaissances pragmatiques et Compétences sécuritaires parmi des différents groupes de prostituées 12:30 . PPG Sociology. Departamento de Sociologia e Antropologia . Universidade Federal Fluminense.UFMG. Brazil Justice in context: The routinized ground of decisionmaking in courts Gabriel Eidelwein SILVEIRA. Colombia. distrito especial: Entre la nación y las regiones Victoria RICCIARDI. Financeiro e Tributário. Escuela de Política y Gobierno. Buenos Aires. Argentina El derecho a la vivienda adecuada en la legislación de Argentina. Brazil Access to law school and the capital of nativebrazilian students Rafael Mafei Rabelo QUEIROZ. Facultad de Derecho. Sociologia. Ciencias Sociales. Università de Lecce. Luciana Silva REIS and Victor Marcel PINHEIRO. Brazil Globalization and legal notables in emerging economies: A case study on Brazil Agustín VÉLEZ MASSA.14:00 527 RT 2c Análisis científico y grupos sociales en riesgo Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizers: Claudia NATENZON and Héctor Atilio POGGIESE  401  .14:00 526 RT 2b Problemas urbanos Location: 28 {OB} Session Organizer: Juan PECORARO. consultor independiente.Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Argentina and Alejandro SEHTMAN. Grupo de Investigación en Estudios Socio-Culturales. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais.

Brasil Andreza Aparecida FRANCO CAMARA. Argentina Reflexiones políticas de Roque Dalton (El Salvador. Facultad de Ciencias Jurídicas y Sociales. Universidade Estadual Paulista.UNESP. Teoria do Direito. Vitória. Universidade Federal da Bahia. Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Grupo de Estudio de la Complejidad en la Sociedad de la InformaciónGECSI. Instituto Regional de Planeamiento y Hábitat (IRPHa). Cesar GERMANA and Norberto ROCHA Authors and Papers Larissa GALDINO DE MAGALHAES SANTOS. Brazil and Nádia PIRES. Salvador. Rio de Janeiro. San Juan. Universidade Estadual Paulista “Júlio de Mesquita Filho” . religion and social movements in Brazil: The case of católicas pelo direito de decidir Marco MONDAINI. discapacidad y prácticas institucionales: Una visión crítica de su evolución histórica en Chile Lucrecia MOLINARI. La Plata. Rodrigo FARIAS DE ARAÚJO. Directora Escuela de Terapia Ocupacional Universidad de Chile. Chile Cuerpo. Argentina Conflict analysis using complexity sciences tools Yara Mendes Cordeiro ARAÚJO and Luciene RODRIGUES. Universidade Estadual Paulista. Faculdade Nacional de Direito da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Brazil Fragility of young life in the metropolitan periphery: Two views Abortion rights. Brazil Los medios de comunicación y movimientos sociales: Un estudio sobre la criminalización de los movimientos sociales por los medios de comunicación impresos en Pernambuco. Grupo de Pesquisa Direito e Cinema. Doctorando en Historia. São Carlos. Brazil. Brazil Simplicio hidroeléctricas: Los jugadores repiten y afectados por las represas Cleide Magáli SANTOS. Dra. Franca. Brazil Jóvenes militantes y ciclos de la confrontación Daiene GARCIA. Instituto de Filosofia e Ciências Sociais . São Paulo. Niterói. Candela LOPEZ and Gabriela CAAMAÑO. Trabajo Social . Departamento de Ciências Jurídicas e Sociais. Social Sciences. Escuela de Altos Estudios en Ciencias Sociales (EHESS-París). en Psicología Social. Educação. Brazil. France and Pamela GUTIÉRREZ. PPGCS. Faculdade Nacional de Direito da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Universidade do Estado da Bahia. Departamento de Ciências Sociais. Argentina Gestión del riesgo: Su inclusión entre las estrategias de desarrollo José María LEZCANO. 1935-1975) Juliana NEUENSCHWANDER MAGALHÃES.Authors and Papers Mirta Beatriz ROMERO. Brazil The production of law at the cinema. Brazil Estratégias de auto-organização do trabalho: A família como unidade econômica e redistribuidora de recursos no enfrentamento da questão social no Cerrado norte mineiro.Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (IFCS/UFRJ). Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo. Brazil Ciberespaço e identidades híbridas – Apontamentos entre a cibercultura e os estudos pós-coloniais Thais CAMARGO. Brasil Joyce Nathalia DE SOUZA TRINDADE. Brazil The new social order and the democratization of environment cyber Diego ORTÚZAR. Brazil . Rio de Janeiro.Campus de Franca/SP. Universidade Estadual de Montes Claros. Brazil and Ariella SILVA ARAUJO. UNTREF-CONICET. Salvador.14:00 524 Additional Session 12 Movimientos sociales Location: APT 212 {OB} Session Organizers: Gabriela GÓMEZ ROJAS. Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro. Taynan BARBOSA MENDES BARRETO. Universidad Nacional de San Juan. Faculdade de Ciências Humanas e Sociais . A sociological study  402  12:30 . Sociologia.Universidade Federal de Pernambuco.

Chile New forms of social exclusión through urban daily mobility practices Julio CALDERÓN COCKBURN. Instituto de la Vivienda. restrictions of rights and deterioration of labour condition in the new configuration of international immigration in São Paulo 14:30 . Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral. Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo.16:00 573 RT 3c Investigaciones actuales en sociología Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizers: Irlys BARREIRA and Luciana GUIDO Authors and Papers Gilberto GERIBOLA MORENO. Geography. Sociology. Universidade Federal de São Carlos. Brazil The immanent resistance and the state reality: Notes on the implementation of a public health policy and the processes of subjection. Brazil The corrective machine. Montevideo. São Paulo.SP. Universidade de São Paulo. Peru Perú: Política pública. Bogotá. Planejamento e Gestão do Território. Santo André . Bogotá. or how to restore the homeless people to the structure: Two models of transformation 14:30 . QC. Departamento de Sociologia. Brazil Old and young leaders in social movements in the periphery of São Paulo Everton OLIVEIRA. propiedad privada y pobres urbanos 14:30 . Universidade Federal do ABC. Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería. subjectification and resistance Nestor DA COSTA. Student of Sociology university National of Colombia. Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Lima. Université du Québec à Montréal.16:00 572 RT 3b Desigualdad y pobreza en el espacio urbano 2: disputas por el espacio público y acciones estatales Location: 28 {OB} Authors and Papers María Eugenia VENTURINI and Carla VILLAGRAN. São Carlos. Santiago. Brazil Temporary work visa.16:00 571 RT 3a Desigualdad y pobreza en el espacio urbano 1: personas en situación de calle y procesos de renovación en áreas centrales Location: 27 {OB} Session Organizer: Ana Maria PEREZ Authors and Papers Camila Nastari FERNANDES and Ricardo de Sousa MORETTI. Uruguay La construcción social de la laicidad en Uruguay Patricia VILLEN MEIRELLES ALVES. Anthropology University National of Colombia. Campinas. Faculdade de Educação USP. Montréal. Colombia and Andrea MONTOYA. Facultad Arquitectura. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro-UFRJ-IPPUR. Canada and Renata BRAUNER FERREIRA. Universidad de Chile. Brazil Census of the homelessness population: Tendency analysis in some capitals of Brazil and the world Steven NAVARRETE. Colombia Diseñando una ciudad para excluir ¿Cómo mantener la chusma a raya? Carlos José SUAREZ GARCIA. Brazil War in Rio: The city goes to the movies Paola JIRON. Planejamento Urbano.Pierre-Mathieu LE BEL. IPPUR/UFRJ. Argentina Formas de la desigualdad en torno de la dinámica territorial-escolar en ciudades intermedias de la Patagonia  403  .

Ameca. Faculty of Philosophy and Sciences. IDAES-UNSAM.10:30 613 RT 4b Políticas Sociales. Marília. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Rio de Janeiro. Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne.Centro de Estudios Mexicanos y Lationamericanos. Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires. PhD Program of Political Science and International Relations. México. Universidad de Guadalajara. IUPERJ. Asociación Argentina de Sociología and Alfredo OSSORIO Authors and Papers Paula GUARALDO. Rio de Janeiro. Institut d’Etudes du Développement Economique et Social. México DF. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. Relaciones Sociales. Mexico Talleres de participación ciudadana e iniciativas locales de desarrollo Maria Eugenia SCHEINFELD.10:30 612 RT 4a La organización financiera y de los mercados a nivel nacional e internacional Location: 27 {OB} Session Organizers: Bernardo MARESCA. Costa Rica The incorporation of nicaraguan migrants into Costa Rica’s healthcare system: An opportunity for social equity? Camila PHILIPPI. São Paulo State University.14:30 . Brazil El milagro del petróleo: Petrobras. Sociology. leverage. Mexico Diseño institucional y cultura organizacional de la política social: Análisis comparativo Annabelle SULMONT. Departamento de Estudios Regionales. Franca. Psicologia Social. Universidad de Guadalajara. estratificación social y políticas públicas Location: APT 212 {OB} Session Organizer: Ximena SANCHEZ SEGURA Authors and Papers Geraldo MONTEIRO. Departamento de Sociologia e Ciência Política. Universidad de Buenos Aires Authors and Papers Saturday 4 August 09:00 . France . Brazil Evaluating the Combined impact of multi-level public health policies and social policies on the quality of life in Rio de Janeiro Fernanda USHIJIMA. Florianópolis. UNESP. Sylvio CRUZ and Adauto SANTOS.Calidad de vida. Argentina The economic value of diseases.16:00 570 Additional Session 13 . Brazil The adaptation of Brazilian foreign policy related to the emigration phenomenon Mauricio LOPEZ-RUIZ. Economic Sociology. Seguridad Social y Cultura Organizacional Location: 28 {OB} Session Organizer: Beatriz WEHLE. Mexico Social security and microinsurance Edna A. MELO CHERNICHARO and Regina GLORIA NUNES ANDRADE. Mexico and Juan Jorge RODRIGUEZ-BAUTISTA. Brazil Consolidation. pre-sal y la nueva regulación Rosario COTA-YAÑEZ. A sociological approach on the objectivation and commodification of subjectivity 09:00 . University of Costa Rica. Zapopan. opening and restructuring of Brazilian exports: The footwear sector in focus Pilar BERRIOS NAVARRO. Ciencias Sociales. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco. Mexico. Brazil Tuning the emotions: The clinica social in Mangueira Hill  404  . Social Research Institute.

Instituto Federal de Educação. Estudiante de Sociología. Brazil Negotiating debt: An ethnographic experience in mediation center Johana KUNIN.09:00 . IUPERJ. Universidad Federal de Río Grande del Sur (Brasil). Investigación. Sociology. Brazil The social dynamic fashion 09:00 . 1989-1995) Alicia MÉNDEZ. UTDT. Ciência e Tecnologia do Ceará . Universidad de Buenos Aires and Osmar GONZALES Authors and Papers Betsabé PAP. Brazil La formación de un campo ayahuasquero uruguayo y su lugar dentro del mercado religioso de ese país .10:30 614 RT 4c Recursos naturales.10:30 615 RT 4d Política. monopolio católico y pluralismo en México: El caso de Jalisco Juan SCURO. in process. Brazil Sub-imperialismo: Historia y perspectivas David MONTENEGRO. Brazil Las posibles relaciones entre capital social. Argentina La corte suprema de justicia de la nación y su relación con el poder ejecutivo nacional (Argentina. Centro Argentino de Etnografia Americana CONICET. CONICET. Mercado y Religión Location: 30 {OB} Session Organizer: Fortunato MALLIMACI Authors and Papers Agustín VACA. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales. Mexico Estado. Pontíficia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul.El trabajo etnográfico en la producción de conocimiento Location: APT 212 {OB} Session Organizers: Roxana CRUDI. Colombia Processual logic applied to anthropologist’s critic on elias’ idea about simpler societies Napoleón VELÁSTEGUI BAHAMONDE. es el límite del derecho. la justicia. Argentina Lucia ACAR. rituales terapéuticos y los sacerdotes carismáticos en Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires. Nova Petrópolis. Cali. Universidade Federal de São Paulo.IFCE. Colombia Memoria de la época de la violencia en Colombia Vera WEILER. desarrollo y Sociedad 2 Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizer: Rudis YILMAR FLORES Authors and Papers Salomé ARIAS ARÉVALO. Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Rio de Janeiro. Economia. Argentina La posición del etnógrafo en el trabajo con una ¿comunidad? meritocrática: "Cuando los nativos te leen y te arman el campo" Angela Ester MALLMANN CENTENARO. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales (UBA). Argentina Las crisis vitales. Brazil The crisis and their interpretations: In search of the output in the labyrinth of senses Mariangeles FUNES. Zapopan. Ecuador Si la ley. Investigadora.10:30 611 Additional Session 14 . CONICET-UBA. Instituto Gino Germani. Bogotá. Fortaleza. Universidad del Valle. Guayaquil. Argentina Promoting transnational inter-organizational dialogue and knowledge while conducting multi-site field research: The case of the Latin American “cardboard book publishers”  405  09:00 . Colegio de Sociólogos del Guayas. Delia FRANCO. Univeridade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos. Buenos Aires. cooperativismo y desarollo económico local Carolina RISPOLI LEAL. Colombia. es la fuente de la democracia Andrei MASSA.

IDES/UNGS.12:15 653 RT 5c Brasil interrogado: perspectivas teóricas y comparativas Location: 28 {OB} Session Organizer: Verónica GIORDANO. Brasil y Argentina. CONICET-UBA. Brazil La educación en el contexto de la movilidad internacional Lili KAWAMURA. Closures and reopenings of public disputes Janneth ALDANA.10:45 . Studant of Pos-graduate. 1969-1976 Athanis RODRIGUES. NUSP/UFPR. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani/CONICET. UBA-CONICET. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Brazil Functional interculturality in rural education and the critical interculturality in current rural education: An analysis based in the post-colonial studies 10:45 . Sociology. Sociología. Federal University of Pernambuco. Brazil War against narcoterrorism: An alibi to the recolonization of Latin-America Ariel Alejandro GOLDSTEIN. Social Sciencies. Buenos Aires.12:15 652 RT 5b Migrantes: experiencias de vida. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. University of Buenos Aires. Colombia Artistic transformation and social development. Buenos Aires. Brazil The current migration between Brazil and Japan: Social and cultural spaces and networks Lidiane MACIEL. UBA Authors and Papers Viviane MONTEIRO. IFCH/Unicamp-SP-Brazil. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Brazil Migration. Argentina Cambio social y violencia política en la prensa de humor gráfico. Curitiba.  406  . Brazil Modernisms and state building: Keys on brazilian specificities among the southern cone countries Denise TORRES. Postgraduate Program in Education. PE. Argentina A pragmatic and sequential analysis. Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Vitória. Brazil The meaning of better of life: Un study between rural worker migrant of São Paulo-Brazil 10:45 . Some changes in the appropriation of aesthetic knowledge Marcia RODRIGUES. Researcher at NEPO-UNICAMP. Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo. IEALC Authors and Papers Mara BURKART. Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires. Recife. Argentina.12:15 651 Additional Session 15 Globalización y desarrollo local: protestas. formas de organización. São Paulo. Argentina The ideological frontiers of opposition during the first rule of Lula Giovana BONAMIM. Ciudad de Buenos Aires. participación e inserción social Location: 27 {OB} Session Organizer: Carolina NAJMIAS. Universidad Nacional de San Martin and Ana Lucia PAZ Authors and Papers María Verónica MORENO. Bogotá. CONICET. Instituto de Estudios de América Latina y el Caribe (IEALC). justicia y sociología del público Location: APT 212 {OB} Session Organizers: Sebastian PEREYRA. Argentina Ciudad global y migración internacional: Una revisión de las discusiones en el marco del flujo de capital y de las personas altamente calificadas Gabriel NARDACCHIONE. Campinas. Ciências Sociais. crime and civil rights UNICAMP-University Campinas.

University of São Paulo Authors and Papers Isabel Rosario QUISPE SORIA. Mar del Plata. Ministerio de Trabajo. Brazil The emergency of the vamp and the production of a terrifying/terrified female sexuality in modern urban contexts Janneth ALDANA. Bogotá. São Paulo. Universidad de Buenos Aires.14:00 700 RT 6b Precaridad y disciplina en “neofordism” Location: 28 {OB} Session Organizer: Ruy BRAGA. Fundação de Economia e Estatística. Sujetos y Campos de una Sociología del Mundo Audiovisual Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizers: Lucas RUBINICH and Syd KROCHMALNY. Porto Alegre. Argentina Estrategias sindicales. Professor. Argentina. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte. Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos. professor Authors and Papers Tulio ROSSI. San Nicolás de los Garza. Lurigancho-Chosica Peru De la agricultura a la minería: La proletarización del campesino y los cambios en los modos de producción Sandra PICCININNI. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani/CONICET. Nuevo León. Univ. Monterrey. El caso de Luz y Fuerza Capital (1945-1975) 12:30 . Brazil The relevance of a sociological approach to Hollywood movies Paula IADEVITO. Argentina Política cultural como identidad híbrida. Department of Sociology. Mexico. Sociology. USP. Mexico DF. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales. Brazil Labor market in the decent work perspective: The case of the metropolitan area of Porto Alegre Marco GOMEZ SOLORZANO. Sociology. Campus Monterrey. Sociology. Colombia La creación artística: Desarrollo social y desarrollo cognitivo en la trayectoria de un artista Authors and Papers Miriam TONI. Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata. El arte y la cultura de Corea en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires José Duarte BARBOSA JÚNIOR. Natal. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Universidade de São Paulo. São Paulo. Mexico Significado del trabajo y la precariedad entre los adultos mayores Julieta HAIDAR. Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM). Brazil March of marijuana and images of city life Carla BERNAVA. Ciclo Básico Común  407  . Sociology. Argentina Estrategias de articulación de docentes marplatenses entre trabajo rentado y doméstico y de cuidados 12:30 . Research Team of Social Development and Globalization. Anthropology. Nacional de Rosario. Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (UANL).14:00 699 RT 6a Contextos: trabajo y trabajadores Location: 27 {OB} Session Organizers: Marisa IACOBELLIS and Sara LIFSZYC.12:15 654 RT 5d El Cine y la Construcción del Imaginario Audiovisual del Mundo Contemporáneo. Mar del Plata. Ciudad de Buenos Aires. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Nuevo León. Docente. Mexico Maquiladoras in low wage society Jose Mauricio ARGÜELLES PÉREZ.10:45 . Empleo y Seguridad Social de la Nación. Centro de Pesquisa de Emprego e Desemprego.

Chile Informality wears uniform: The experience of beauty salons’ workers in Santiago. Chile 12:30 . Universidade Estadual Paulista . social movement and visual sociology Dmitri CERBONCINI FERNANDES. Brazil 12:30 .14:00 698 Additional Session 16 . Argentina. Social Sciences. Río de Janeiro. CONICET. Argentina Riesgos y organización en talleres clandestinos Leonardo SALINAS ROBINSON. U. field and network Maximiliano DUARTE ACQUISTAPACE. Argentina Conciliar trabajo doméstico remunerado y no remunerado: Trabajo. Brazil and Bruno Vilas Boas BISPO. CONICET/ Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata. InsightShare. France and Isabelle LEMAIRE. Brazil and Elisio ESTANQUE. Universidad de Buenos Aires Authors and Papers Inés PÉREZ and Romina CUTULI. Instituto de Estudos Sociais e Políticos (IESP). Argentina Miradas cruzadas. Ciencias Sociales. Chris LUNCH. Sofia DAFUNCHIO2 and Silvia GRINBERG2. del Rosario Colombia. Mexico DF. Portugal Work. Brazil A survey of studies on “art” in the XIV and XV Brazilian Congress of Sociology Jorge GALINDO. MG. Brazil Diversidad cultural como diversidad expresiva. Ciudad de Buenos Aires. Colombia Métodos de investigación visual para culturas visuales digitales Yanina CARPENTIERI1. Salvador. Una discusión sobre las desigualdades en las construcciones simbólicas Javier CRISTIANO. Sociology. Cuajimalpa. Instituto de Industria. Provincia de Buenos Aires. Social Science.UNESP-Marilia.Sociología audiovisual y de las artes Location: APT 212 {OB} Session Organizer: Gabriel RESTREPO  408  . Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. (2)CONICET. Centro de Análisis e Investigación Política. Argentina Schütz y Mead y la importancia del concepto de imaginación para la teoría sociológica Julián Andrés RIVEROS.What PV does for monitoring and evaluation Giovanni ALVES. Rio de Janeiro. InsightShare. Chile Sobre transnacionalización y movimiento obrero: Análisis en perspectiva comparada Authors and Papers Pérola MATHIAS. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. (1)UNSAM. Non. Departamento de Sociología. Argentina Gestión del conocimiento o gestión del comportamiento? Apuntes para un debate sobre el mánager neofordista Marta PANAIA. Non. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. Sociology and antropology. Argentina. Construyendo experiencias audiovisuales Soledad MUÑIZ. Coimbra. Mexico Art: System. Sociology. Universidade de Coimbra. Los Polvorines. Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento.Diego SZLECHTER. Bogotá. Argentina. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. familia y género en el caso de las empleadas domésticas (Mar del Plata. Juiz de Fora. InsightShare.14:00 701 RT 6c Informalidad de trabajo en contextos locales Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizer: Guadalupe ROMERO. Canada The medium is the message . Córdoba. Santiago. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales. Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora. CONICET. Mayra Alejandra UMAÑA and Silvia RIVERA LARGACHA. 1970-2010) Rosario PALACIOS. Marilia.

Brazil Politics of youth counseling and trainning: Common chalenges in Brazil and Spain 14:30 . Education. Sociología. Argentina Conflicto y cambio social en Argentina del siglo XXI. Estudiante del Máster en Sociología en la Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (PPGS/UFPE). Contagem. Argentina Mutaciones en la territorialidad política bolivana durante el primer gobierno del MAS Rafaela DE MELO VASCONCELLOS. Buenos Aires.Brazilian popular music and intellectuals: An analytical model Ornela BOIX. Escuela Superior de Administración Pública. University of Quebec at Montreal Authors and Papers Anabel Angélica BELIERA. UBA-CEIRET. IIGG-UBA/CONICET/CLACSO and Alcira DAROQUI  409  . Argentina Experiencias asociativas en educación: Los bachilleratos populares de jóvenes y adultos 14:30 . CABA. Colombia Nuevos y viejos espacios del poder en América Latina 14:30 . CIMeCS/IdIHCS (UNLP-CONICET). CEIL-PIETTE/CONICET. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani (FSOC-UBA)/Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas Authors and Papers Betiana PEDROZO and Andrea LAZCANO. Criminal Law. La Plata. UBA-CONICET. Argentina La informatización de lo viviente: El caso del bioarte Authors and Papers Bruno FORNILLO. Argentina and María del Carmen AIELLO. CISH-IdIHCS (UNLPCONICET). Reflexiones sobre la utilización de la perspectiva de Bourdieu como herramienta analítica sobre la conflictividad social en la provincia de Neuquén Verónica PÉREZ. Argentina Campo de protesta. La Plata. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Bogotá. Caba. Argentina Trayectorias en la música “independiente” Martín MALDONADO. Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos-CONICET. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani. Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais.16:00 729 RT 7a Debates y perspectivas teórico-conceptuales para el estudio de la conflictividad y el cambio social Location: 27 {OB} Session Organizer: Victor ARMONY. Argentina and Julián REBON. Un debate conceptual sobre los estallidos de hostilidad Borja MIGUEL ALARCON. Argentina Criminalizing inmigrants Suzana BURNIER. Buenos Aires.16:00 731 RT 7c Movimientos de estudiantes y estudiantes en movimiento: experiencias organizativas en América Latina Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizer: Melina VAZQUEZ. BEADE. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales. Brazil Vínculo y desafíos de una acción colectiva en el nordeste del Brasil: El caso de la red Coque Vive Gustavo A. Argentina EL movimiento de bachilleratos populares en Argentina: Aportes para el análisis de sus procesos de enmarcamiento Héctor ANGELICO.16:00 730 RT 7b Política y derechos humanos Location: 28 {OB} Session Organizers: Pablo VOMMARO. Buenos Aires. UBAIIGG-CONICET. University of Buenos Aires.

Universidad de Los Lagos. Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires. IIGG-CIN. Universidad de Buenos Aires. BRAVIN. BRAVIN. Brasilia University. Cordoba. Argentina Policías y bailarinas en una antropología de y desde el cuerpo (Cops and dancers in a social anthropology of and from the body) Emilio José SEVESO ZANIN and Gabriela VERGARA MATTAR. Universidad de Guadalajara. Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación/UNLP-IDICHS-CONICET. Profesora titular. jóvenes y comunicación Location: APT 212 {OB} Session Organizer: Nora GARITA Authors and Papers Alfredo FERES and Lis BASTOS. Instituto de la Comunicación e Imagen (ICEI) . Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Facultad de Trabajo Social.16:00 728 Additional Session 17 Responsabilidad social. Córdoba.Oscar MAC-CLURE. CIECS-CONICET-UNC. La Plata. Centro Investigación Sociedad y Políticas Públicas.17:45 755 RT 8a Experiencias del cuerpo: abordajes desde las ciencias sociales Location: 27 {OB} Session Organizer: Verónica FILARDO. IIGG-UBA/CONICET. precariedad corporal y sensibilidad.Universidad de Chile. Argentina ¿Qué ves cuando me ves? Expulsión. Argentina Sos linda porque sos “blanquita”. (Ciencias de la Educación). Universidad de la República  410  . Departamento Estudios SocioUrbanos. Theoretical delimitations” 16:15 . Chile Movimiento social en Chile y crítica al sistema desde fuera del movimiento Authors and Papers María Alejandra PAGOTTO. Percepciones y emociones sobre prácticas de denegación social en cartoneros y beneficiarios estatales de las ciudades de Córdoba y San Luis Ana Julia ARÉCHAGA. Usos y concepciones del cuerpo en relación a la belleza de sectores populares 14:30 . Argentina Cuerpo y emociones en la obra de Néstor Perlongher Clara B. Brazil State of art of cyberbulling research: The case of Brazil Pierre-Olivier SIRE. Sociología.17:45 756 RT 8b Cuerpo y sociedad: elementos para su conceptualización Location: 28 {OB} Session Organizer: Clara B. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Guadalajara. Argentina “Bodies in crisis: Social protest and food issue in Cordoba after 2001. Ciudad de Buenos Aires. Chile El debate sobre la TV digital en Chile desde el punto de vista de la democratización mediática Raquel SASTRE. Mexico RSE y sociedad civil en México: Marco institucional y actuación en red Chiara SÁEZ and Patricia PEÑA. Santiago. CIECS-UNC/CONICET. Argentina Mercado y consumidores: La construcción social del cuerpo en el nuevo capitalismo Tomás BOVER and Ana Sabrina MORA. Argentina Jóvenes y usos del teléfono celular 16:15 . Argentina El rol de la sociedad civil en la motivación y en el desarrollo de la capacidad emprendedora Magdalena FELICE. Núcleo de Estudios Socioculturales. Santiago. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Universidad de Buenos Aires Authors and Papers Martin EYNARD.

Universidad de Concepción. Quito. Valeria EMILIOZZI and Liliana ROCHA BIDEGAIN. Unidad de Postgrados. Mérida. Chile Influencia de los asentamientos de emergencia en las familias damnificadas por el terremoto y tsunami en la comuna de Tome en Chile Elsa del Rosario PECH CEBALLOS. Centro Interdisciplinario de Metodología de las Ciencias Sociales . Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Secretaría de Educación Pública. Concepción. México. Agustín LESCANO. La Plata. Ecuador Transformaciones en la dinámica familiar en comunidades indígenas de tres provincias de la sierra central ecuatoriana a partir de los procesos migratorios 16:15 .Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación. Sociología. Universidad de Buenos Aires. actores y cultura política en los países en desarrollo Location: 29 {OB} Session Organizer: Herminia C.Rafael Andrés SÁNCHEZ AGUIRRE. Mexico and Roberta Priscila CEDILLO HERNANDEZ. Jefatura de Secundarias Generales. Mexico El cuerpo como objeto de estudio en las ciencias sociales en México (1989-2008) una perspectiva desde la sociología de la ciencia Ricardo CRISORIO. Argentina Apuntes sobre la construcción conceptual del cuerpo y de las emociones Olga Alejandra SABIDO RAMOS. Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani-CONICET. Mexico Dificultades de socialización en migrantes escolares de secundarias urbanas yucatecas Daniel LLANOS ERAZO. Buenos Aires. UNAM. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. Azcapotzalco. Argentina El cuerpo en la sociedad. De la teoría incorporada a la incorporación de la acción Authors and Papers Gerardo ESCOBAR. Área de investigación: Pensamiento Sociológico. Universidad Politécnica Salesiana. FOO KONG DEJO  411  .17:45 757 RT 8d Globalización: desfíos sociales.

35 and 38 {OB} In Conversation: Connecting Senior and Junior Sociologists at the Forum This special 90 minute session with simultaneously run round tables will provide the opportunity for junior sociologists to engage with well-established and renowned sociologists in a more informal setting. 30.17:45 2 Research Council Business Meeting . University of Hyderabad. 26. 19. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. 23. India Introducing Current Sociology Monographs Eloísa MARTIN. 29. Hyderabad. Brazil Current Sociology. 28. Rio de Janeiro.17:45 379 Current Sociology Location: 453 {NB} Session Organizer: Eloísa MARTIN. Trends and Topics (1997-2012) Tuesday 31 July 16:15 . Lethbridge. 34. 22. Prentice Institute. Department of Sociology. Brazil . University of Lethbridge. 33. Canada Currents of Sociology: Tradition.  412  Thursday 2 August 16:15 . Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.Part I Location: 450 {NB} Friday 3 August 16:15 .Other Activities Tuesday 31 July 16:15 .17:45 1 Meet ISA Editors & Journals Location: APT 10 {OB} Authors and Papers Susan McDANIEL. AB.17:45 607 Simultaneous Roundtable Session for Junior/Senior Sociologists Location: 17. 24. Renewal and Challenge Sujata PATEL. 25.

the session will be opened to answering questions from the junior sociologists.Starting with some introductory remarks from the senior sociologist at each roundtable.10:30 616 Research Council Business Meeting.Salón de Actos  413  . The ISA is committed to encouraging emerging sociologists and this session is one small but important initiative at the Forum to increase the dialogue among a global community of junior and senior sociologists. Part II Location: Assembly Hall . Saturday 4 August 09:00 .

Ojo 745 Ahlawat. Felipe 341. Fiona 736 Allouch. 495 Almeida Neto. Anatoliy 703 Aborisade. Neuma 713 Aguiluz-Ibargüen. Rebecca 635 Ablazhey. Lars 154. Saburo 348 Akalin. Rafael 690 Aleu. Anja 196 Abers. 281 Almeida. Rina 65 Agrawal. Mona 194 Abdulhadi. Marko 325 Aiello. 580 Alarcon. Angela 423 Ajiboye. 603 Adeola. João Paulo 531 Almeida. Sara Victoria 265  415  . 687 Adams. Manuel B. 605 Allen. Eliska 391 Altomonte. Erkuden 163. Elmir 266 Almeida. Lourdes Karoline 724 Alonso. 519 Algranati. Janneth 651. Edna 613 Aalbers. Wallis 60 Adaszko. Olanrewaju Emmanuel 95. Walter 421 Allon. Arun 113 Acosta. María Cecilia 94 Acuña Collado. Margaret 417 Abrahamson. Adriana 326. Maria 321. Manuel 225 Aldana. 273 Ahmad. Miguel 34 Alho. Lanre 660 Adisa. Maria Helena M. Rabab 580 Abdullah. 212. Manoel 297 Almeida Silva. Melo Chernicharo. Dan 446. Sanna 387 Abaza. Alex 72 Agarwala. Tânia Mara 80. Roberta 650 Adamini. 288 Albertini. Guillermo V 255 Altmann. Sadhu 25. Luis 575 Aguiar. Suaad Zayed 386. 514 Allen. Miriam 236. Lucas 764 Aisenstein. Maria do Carmo 383. Violeta 667 Acuña Pérez. Michele 605 Alvarado. Javier 640 Adami. Clara 657 Algranti. Nura 299 Allaste. Rolle 21. 452 Alkhalili. Shweta Majumdar 510 Afouxenidis. 579 Akahori. Joana 230. 722 Adriaenssens. Scott 762 Albuquerque. Ademola Lateef 212 Adorno. Carolina 629 Aguiar. Maya 6 Agunbiade. Catarina 322 Acar. Annabelle 29 Almeida. 299. Daniela 536 Alejo. 475. Amado 165. Maíra 135. Yasemin 626 Al-Oraimi. Táli Pires 141 Almeida. 483. Arvind Kumar 689 Aguerre. Aqueil 703 Ahteensuu. Joaquín 35 Algranti. Aleksandrs 154.Author Index a A. Sara Victoria 419 Alvarado Salgado. Lucia 615 Acharya. Richard 333 Abraham. 753 Adur. Marina 79. Ayse 345 Akanmu. Peter 706 Abrahao. Olusola Esther 212 Akbas. Maria de Lourdes Beldi de 519 Alcantara Saez. Marcelo 532 Albrecht. Maria del Carmen 731 Aimar. 737 Alegria. 736 Aaltonen. Sérgio 462. Airi-Alina 565. Antonio 539 Aleksandrovs. 703 Adelman. 683 Addor. Meral 193 Akis Kalaylioglu. 254 Alberth. 654 Aldaz. Barreto 721 Abramowicz. Neerja 90 Ahlawat. Arturo 164 Alvarado. Stef 99. 473 Alcantara. 216 Alencar. Noorman 189 Abendroth. Anete 663 Abreu. 300 Almeida.

Anamaria 454 Araya. Estela 761 Ardenghi. Ricardo 465 Antunes Da Rocha. 708 Amador Bautista. 574 Ampofo. Carlos 741 Angelaki. Federico 8 Ancelovici. Hector 731 Anikovich. Tobias 143 Andreu Lope. Karina 540 Atkinson. 748. Soledad 204 Arnold. Miriam 204 Arfaoui. 530 Ambrasat. Letícia de 83. Jose Mauricio 31. Johan 132. Letícia 559 Araújo.Alvarez. 543 Austral. Ariel 562 Azcona. Regina 51 Andre-Bechely. Gustavo 326 Antonioli. Larissa 474 Arslan. 484. 706. Salomé 614 Arias Cubas. Pilar 539 Amado. Érika Oliveira 349 Amozurrutia. Javiera 220 Arbaci. Tomohiko 267 Asensi. Helle 264 Andersen. Emilio 333 Ayot. 749 Anyidoho. Fátima 395. 47. Nélida 431 Arcila-Calderón. Santiago 308 Ansari. Joyce 457 Ansoleaga. Martín 180. 729 Arnau Ripollés. Midori 70. Elisenda 23. 315 Armella. Marcelo 562 Aronson. Mikhail 422 Anjos. 699 Argüello. Vinicius 115. Evelyn 154 Azar. Alison 511 Anderson. Fernando Emmanuel 725 Armano. 504 Anderson. 678 Araújo. 752 Arza. Giovanni 158. 438 Alves. 603 Anselmo. Julieta 629 Arminen. Yara Mendes Cordeiro 527 Araujo Felice. 284 Anaya-Gallardo. Saïd 556 Arlegui. Camila 73. 168 Ayos. 462 Araújo. Enrique 461. Rossana 569 Arango López. Nana Akua 581 Anzoise. Valentina 411. Ronald 20. Amandine 758 Amaya Arias. 732 Antoine. 656 Azevedo. Celso 703 Alves. Sébastien 115. Monique 212 Antunes. Alex 231 Asakura. Emilia 353. Uxoa 59 Anesaki. Amador Bautista 39 Amaral Reis. Claudia 349. Paulina Perla 9 Arqueros Mejica. Celia 34 Arruda. 205. Maria Alejandra 445 Arlettaz. Lope 255 Andrews. Diego 41 Araujo. Khedija 386 Argüelles Pérez. Priscila 106. 229 Avdeeva. John S. 113  416  . Nelson 12. Valérie 458 Amorim. Verónica 76 Ardèvol. Florencia 153 Antino. 516 Andersson. Rebecca 166 Alvarez López. Sonia Carolina 231 Amiraux. 308. 684. Emiliana 543. Elisa 664 Anson. 142 Andolfatto. 186. Jay 212. María Fernanda 297 Arias Arévalo. Guilherme 474 Aréchaga. Ilkka 172. Fernanda 18 Antosz. Mario Machel 6 Amieva Nefa. Marina 512 Angelico. Arthur 164 Amat. 261 Aubert. Smita 685 Aydin. 375 Andreasson. Claudia 14 Annandale. 670 Ariztia. Liliana 344 Awachar. Masahira 231 Angelaccio. 520 Anzorena. Jens 82. Rafael de Oliveira 460 Alzina. Aline Michelle Nascimento 71. 271. Nadia 249. Sonia 142 Arbelo. Dominique 669 Augustinho. Elena 329 Avila Garzón. Svein S. Victor 702. 317 Arduini. Juliana Livia 490. José 506. María Soledad 15 Arribas. Daniel 9 Alvear. Érika 769 Amorim. Marcos 439. Magdalena 394. 362. Jania 559 Aracil. Florencia 426 Aranda Roche. Eneida 655 Assis. Rosario 223. 709 Ambrosio. Lou 697 Anton. Ursula 366 Aquevedo. Viviana 454. Arvinder 320. Sheila 440. Encarnación 156 Arancibia. Andrés 474 Arias. 335. Yonathan 530 Anthias. Harjit S. Lorraine 668 Andriotti Romanin. 363 Apitzsch. Ana C. Dominique 315 Andrade. Carlos 681 Arcos. Ana Julia 755 Arena. Dr Tomas 277 Arjomand. 156 Assis. Floya 484 Antía. Noelia 252 Azevedo. 537 Andersen. Zerrin 253 Arteaga Botello. 213 Antolihao. José Luis 259 Alvaro. Kemal 18. Akosua Adomako 181 Anand. Luciana 228 Andrade. 491 Anduaga. Patrycja 201 Antunes. 301 Assefa. Mirko 258. 698 Alves. 431 Aoyagi. 634 Andrews. Tibebe 47. 708 Armony. Felipe 55 Asheulova. 761 Asakitikpi. Allison 637 Andrade. Oxana 637 Anipkin. Takashi 241 Asano. Lois 43. Eduardo 234 Aquino. Abigail 304. 287 Arenas Conejo. 604 Archenti. Alexis 166 Alvarez. Ellen 724 Anria. 647 Armelino.

Lucas 629 Bank Munoz. Sabina 294 Bellone. Myriam 539. Régis 199 Barclay. Esmeralda 96 Ballesteros Leiner. Anabel Angélica 729 Beling. Albert 230 Banerjee. 748. Carlos 47. Carole 250 Badea. Franco 184 Barron. Rachelle 395 Baldassar. Carolina 575 Baraldi. Branislava 535 Barasa. César 322. Cecília Elisabeth 486 Barcelos. 156. 157 Balbinot. Jordi 228 Bazzi. Bob 591 Begala. Gisele Heloise 157 Barbosa. Azril 122. Anna 146 Barbosa. 764 Barragan. João Carlos 61. Lama 579 Beade. Walter 255. Rosana 124 Baer. José Duarte 654 Barbosa Rodrigues. María Dolores 274 Balmaceda. Gill. 340 Bastos. Sergiu 627. 330 Barbosa. Camila 141 Baranovic. 704 Barros Nock. 422 Becker. Mary Ellen 260 Bell. Alejandro 765 Baez. 559 Barreira. 687 Barnes. 429 Bayona. Loretta 53. Guillermo 567 Barone. Michael 109 Baykal. 175. Elena 113. Stephen 229 Balladares. Thiago 329 Batalha. Claudia 656 Bachelot. 46. Daniela Aparecida 697 Barbosa Soares. Vehbi 168. Diego 565 Basov. Isabel 463 Barrera. Loretta 124. Rodrigo 690 Azocar. P. Daniel 73. Karina 290. 304. Ingrid 496 Bamyeh. Tamara 647 b B. Adrián 407 Bell. Francisco 100. Armando 123. Lourdes 495 Banerjee. Sonia 690 Bamberg. 466 Barbosa Júnior. 670 Baltrusis. Araceli 39 Barrancos. Irlys 573 Barreiro. Maria J. 383. Juan Carlos 316. Zeynep 114. 512. Silvana 97 Beigel. Abu 305 Baird. Nina N/A Baxter. Fernanda 536 Bejarano. Sharon 204. Jéssica Cássia 132. 490 Beeton. Swethaa 118. Maira Yuritzi 498 Bechmann Jensen. Carla 220 Azuela. Marian 618 Bal. Carina 693 Ballakrishnen. Elaine 138 Bargero. 730 Becerril Tinoco. Burhan 486 Baloglu. 344 Bassani. Alicia 569 Barreneche Giraldo. Diane 243 Batista. Carlos 560 Barbero Portela. Lis 728 Bastos de Souza. Michèle 107. Marie-Ange 636 Bauer. Pierre 180 Barron Pastor. Glenda 114 Ballesteros. Rafael 419 Barreto Beck. Joanne 745 Barnes. 329 Bartolomé. Francis 233 Barba. 18 Basile. Özgür 343 Balan. 210 Baur. Alina 91 Baeza. 574 Barros. 57 Bartram. Marcelo 83 Bates. Matías 64 Ballesteros Doncel. 110 Bah. Dan Aurel 347 Bandeira. Francisco Oliveira 724 Barros Maciel. Cláudia 20 Baltar. 346 Bascope. Leticia 97 Barrere. 260 Bellofatto. 382 Barrionuevo Anzaldi. 171. Anne 133 Balza. Maisa 357 Baser. 706. 109. 182 Bass. Nikita 50. 362. de Weydenthal. Vern 188 Bayer. Mohammed 556 Banakar. Brígida 68 Baez Urbina. Constantina 51 Baeninger. Thomas 17. 252 Ballantyne.P. Johannes 324. Martín 535 Bascuas. Bishnu 68 Barnartt. Filiz 486 Baltar. Edurne 11. Roy 206 Barolet-Fogarty. Andréa 479 Bacal. Antonio 369 Banciu. Ricardo 532 Batthyany.Azevedo. 617 Baudoin. Mariano 190 Barik. Ishita 352 Bang. Fernando Bastos 368 Bastos. 84 Bastida-Gonzalez. Magdalena 513 Barroso. Marcia 362. Nicholas 374 B. Ingrid 380 Beland. Fernando 475 Ball. 101. Rodolfo 69 Barreto. Sebastián 635 Barros Junior. David 80. Angela 91 Baumann. Nelson 299 Balz. Dora 417 Barreira. Maria Elisa 560 Balgobind Singh. 193 Bacci. Megan 131 Barón. Tania Maria Freitas 489. Vinícius Reis 252 Barbosa Goulart. Nelson 774 Barros. 437 Baldoni. Reza 55. Torben 264 Becker. Gustavo A. Arturo 220 Ballesteros Páez. Susan 198. Micaela 715 Balen. 689  417  . Virginia 713 Baloglu. Ronaldo 20 Baltatescu. Hayeska Costa 146 Bartl. Shanta 690 Balieiro. 156 Barrientos. 761 Beliera. 319. 519 Barbosa.

Sven 717 Bispo. 456 Borgstrom. Vando 554 Borghi Leite. Sylvain 64 Bessa. Manuela 45. Justine 249 Boese. 346. Paolo 124. 525 Beritan. Enzo 213 Benhadjoudja. 193. Merike 761 Blok. Marije 747 Boer. Marta 243. Magnus 211. 219. Alberto L. Giovana 653 Bonder. Eliane 760 Besio. Paula 326 Bonner. Sophie 577 Boehm. 352. 588. Carla 654 Bernstein. Carl Friedrich 382 Bostrom. Ann-Kristin 496 Boström. 488 Boschi. 180 Berrios Navarro. Sithembiso 177 Bhosle. Terry 28 Betcher. Bula 244. April 138 Bernard. Josep M. Maria Ines 46. 514 Bifulco. Smriti 685 Biagi. 363 Botelho. 257. Florence 421 Bonnin. Paul 176 Bould. Ivy 263. Marcelo Barbosa Miranda 225 Borges. Carina 661 Bory. Tova 158. Malgorzata 318 Bogus. Natasja 211 Borrastero. Sebastián 629. Fatiha 622 Belova. 664 Blanco. Lavinia 554 Bignante. 532 Bouffartigue. Aline Tereza 13. Ornela 698 Bolano. Gurminder 149. Ana Belén 185 Blanco. Ezequiel Luis 382 Blair. 443 Bernardes. Asmita 147 Bhattarai. Irene Veronica 91 Beytía. Sophie 179. 98. 720 Benzi. 426 Boyd. Michal 114. Juan Ignacio 76 Bonifacio.Belmessous. Anjali 77. Louise 263. Bruno Vilas Boas 698 Bistoletti. Elisa 371 Bijl. Glauco 212. Saim Can 37 Bernard. 492 Bouchard. Farrah 391 Besana. Cristina 105. 665 Bloksgaard. Sampson 79 Blanch. Gaston 540. 686 Bin. Cesar 681 Boll. 603 Bhambra. 688 Benk. 149. Patricio 212 Besedovsky. 374. Karina 181 Bienenstein. María Fernanda 225 Boito. Daniel 585 Bisig. Karen 88 Bolonha. Tomás 755 Bowden. Anne 180. Eva Alterman 218 Blofield. Miguel 729 Borjeson. René 216 Benería. Anette 618 Borda. Sirma 599. 411 Blumer. 441. Regina 212. Glenda 181. Maxwell 531 Bozok. Sailesh 774 Bhengu. Ofira 131 Benski. 745 Bover. Y. Marcelo 690 Berg. Martina 394 Bogner. 281 Bonamim. 592 Biagini. 663 Bhattacharya. 538 Böcker. Natalia 40 Beltran. Talja 122. Graciela 150 Bialakowsky. Robert 20. Pilar 613 Berruecos. 762 Boccagni. Pablo 246 Bezerra. Rafael 427 Bodemann. Rose Martha Romo 468 Bendit. Fernando Martin 252 Bérubé. Gloria 275 Bonelli. Maria da Gloria 300 Bonfanti. Zsuzsanna 529 Bennett. 485 Bonfiglio. Luis 236 Bertone. Altamiro Sergio Mol 367 Besser. Leila 726 Benítez Larghi. Magalie 636 Bourgeault. Andrea 371 Berdet. Sally 48. Sara 227. 194 Bialakowsky. Ismael 620 Blay. Renato 540 Bossert. 354 Body-Gendrot. 67 Bildtgård. 522. Fabrizio 586 Bernava. 668 Bidaseca. Martin 258. Rosemarie 152. 489 Bergoglio. Paulo César 323 Borghi. 736 Beserra. Gary 161. Nihan 169  418  . Denis Antônio de Mendonça 760 Bernardi. Alejandro 9 Biancheri. 686 Boniolo. Lucia 437 Böhm. Marlos Alves 62. Lourdes 617 Benes. 158. Lorena 326. 557 Boix. 661 Beltran. 514 Bienenstein. Erica 64 Borja Alarcon. Carolina 271 Bottaro. Pablo Daniel 265 Borde. 135 Bogunia-Borowska. Torbjörn 534 Bilge. Erica 48 Ben Shlomo. Nadine 114 Boatca. Natalia 325. Sebastian 196 Boidi. Josephine 244 Berardi. Carrie 60 Beyreuther. Gabriel 633. 159 Bhadra. Steffen 160 Boekkooi. María Eugenia 86. Anders 531 Blokland. Mehmet 169 Bozok. Julia 294 Béroud. Gabriela 742 Blanco. Elinor 441. Ajeeta 529 Bhatia. Lotte 618 Bloustien. Christina 579 Borchorst. 175. 541 Besle. 623 Bourblanc. Radhika 676 Borel. Monica 345 Boykoff. Artur 112. Geraldine 94. Daniele 166 Beoku-Betts. Rita 724 Bianchi. 630 Bislev. 484. Debby 118 Borba. Carlos 135. 352 Bhatia.

Graciela 640 Cairo. Fernando 73 Burin. Alicia 466 Caporale. Karl-Michael 773 Bryant. Bruna 154 Brenner. 297 Cambre. 518 Burgess. Santiago 348 Calise. Rachel 414 Brzezinski. 659 Calnan. Jose 202 Busbridge. 355 Canedo. M. Rachel 599 Busch. Viola 231 Burawoy. Michael 194 Burchardt. Rosa María 366. Ceres 192 Brumat. Beatriz 202 Brandhorst. Roswitha 89. Ingrid 554 Breckner. Ignasi 444 Brunner. Bárbara 229 Brites. Isabela 175 Cabrera. 509 Browne. Fernando 155. 619 Camargo. Martina 423 Breckner. Elisa 251 Brickner. 606 Burgos. Rosana 471 Campos Huerta. Ana Lucia 492. Eduardo 478 Calderon. Alessandra 317 Capous-Desyllas. 278 Calderón Cockburn. Gabriela 702 Canelo. Ruy 179. Lucia 367 Capece Woronowicz. Sakhela 439 Bujes. Susana 378 Brauner Ferreira. 738 Bratchford. Gaspar 629 Brandts. 213. 656 Cambours de Donini. Marian 144. Gary 279 Braun. Jorge 593 Calvo. 657 Briscioli. Sergio 610 Calise. Val 206 Burstein. Anne 196. Eva 405. Victor 439 Caletti. Marina 22 Cañaveral. Rachel 315 Bricocoli. 555 Buehler-Niederberger. Alex 64. Maria Lúcia Navarro Lins 592 Buchinger. Breno 473. Christian 42. Paula 540 Cangussu. Lucia Maria 281 Britto. 477 Bruel. Mara 653 Burnier. José Antonio 449 Calleros Rodriguez. 633 Brosnan. Federico 157 Bywater. Diego 511 Calderón. Maria Angela Figueiredo 413 Braga. 707 Broom. Janaina 322 Buonani Pasti. 568 Brodsky. 564. Leiza 452 Brunet. Ana Lorena 759 Brum. Suzana 730 Burris. Michael 26. 156. Thais 524 Camarotti. Ana Clara 265. Rui 197. Ana 223. Christiane S. Amanda Cristina N. 226. Nidia Irene 518 Burucua. Annette 229 Brauner. Doris 237. 64 Calvimontes. Rachel 256 Braga Vieira. David 94 Burkart. Celso 649 Brito. Olivier 53 Brito. 721 Brändle Señan. Daniel 727 Bringel. Ignasi 478. Ana Liza 601 Buhlungu. Rose 221 Brey. 257 Busse. Dolores 629 Caetano. 737 Camarena-Córdova. Henrique 311 Burau. Marcelo 648 Brodsky. Eliana Mercedes 773 Busso. Florencia 48 Bravo Reinoso. Jordi 480 Braslow. 187 Cann. 260. Maria Luiza 329 Canedo Vasquez. Martha Elizabeth 139 Campusano. Todd Arthur 736 Brieger. Esteban 445. Krista 160. Stanley 60 Bröer. Julio 572 Calero. Clara B. Santiago Gabriel 97 Callegari. Gabriela 527 Cabanzo Valencia. 627 Brito. 188. 596 Breda. Renata 524 Bravin. 459. Carla 73 Brooke. 105 Bronzo. Adam 92. 755. 711 Caceres Zapatero. Antoinetta 228 Caplan. Stephanie 212 Butler. Anne-Marie 514 Brown. 756 Bravo Almonacid. Cisalpina 150 Cantó-Milà. Patrick 42. Brenda Araceli 208 Butcher. Ana Karina 268 Brewer. Moshoula 411 c Caamaño. Jean-Paul 243 Braga. 598 Caminati. Pedro 265 Brea. Anna Luisa 466  419  . 562. Flavia 473 Bragoni. Erika 670 Bussi. Ana Paula 566. 743 Brunet Icart. Lawrence 40 Brown. Anibal 22 Cabrera Rubio. 758 Britton. Massimo 142 Bridges. Simone 621 Brito. Lucía 138 Cancino Lara. Claudia 684 Cabrera Echeverría. Peter 17 Briggs. 669 Capanema Alvares. André 228 Cafferatta. Rosa María 76.S 471 Campos. Héctor 593. Leonardo 110. Maria-Carolina 279 Camelo. Natàlia 385. Eva 469 Capella. Tim 228 Butti.Bozonnet. Maria Eugenia 423 Calavita. Yvana Carla Fechine 458 Brito de Oliveira. Dee 458. 700 Bragatto. Candi 414 Cantão. José Barreto 230 Campos. Elizabeth 336. Caragh 430 Broudehoux. Miyerlandy 735 Cabral Félix de Sousa. Craig 262. 92. Kitty 725 Calazans. Francisco Antunes 733 Campello Carvalheira. Mirosalba 130 Cancino Perez. Mariana 75 Bustos Garcia. Laura 521. 517 Bugnone.

Stéphanie 208. 760 Castro. Stephen 394 Castro. Guadalupe 39 Chay. Lucia Rabello de 164 Castro. Daniela 702 Chesters. Talita 48. Roberta Priscila 756 Celik. Gary 480 Chase-Dunn. Daniel 450 Cesar. Paulo 539 Chabay. Mariana 164. Angela Ester Mallmann 611 Centner. Biswajit 147 Chattopadhyay. Omar Javier 392 Castles. 604 Carvalho. Bernardo 229 Caravaca. 493 Cartland. Leonardo 251. Maria 87 Carneiro. 582 Cavalcanti. Heng-hao 246 Chang. 287 Chaskielberg. 603. Jason Chien-chen 499. Marcelo 533. José Esteban 326. Ana Lucía 507 Cesar. 535 Castillo. 671 Chang. Susana 97 Chedid Henriques. Bárbara 196. Aziz 141  420  . 698 Cerda. Raghava 426 Chang. Mariana 475 Cervia. Sergio 346 Chavez-Gonzalez. 663 Chandri. Ana C. Juan Carlos 28. Edna 33 Cheron. Carlos 132 Cerigo. 126. Robert 554 Castellani. Alba 610 Carpentieri. Ximena 592 Cenerino. 347 Cedersund. Christian Guy 592 Caula. 763 Cardenas. Davy 51 Castel. Luiz 278. Cláudia 329 Cavalcanti. Liliana 27 Carrere.R. William 102. 543 Cavalcante. Ming-Yi 78 Chang. Santiago 137 Chireac. 637 Castro. Geoffrey 426 Carriel. Molly 753 Chaturvedi. Ana Gabriela 540 Castellanos. Jordanna 237. 201 Cavia. Andréa 150. Maria José 407 Carneiro-da-Cunha. Silvia 724 Cerviño. Ercüment 439 Celis Barquera. 690 Chio. Mariana 119. Flávio 703 Chemali. 554 Castillo. Jung Rae 295 Choque. Marcelo 153 Castillo-Winter. Alessandra 661 Centenaro. Roberta 71. Chau-kiu 78 Chiang. 457 Cavalli. Salo De 185 Carvalho Da Silva. Leandro 512 Carreras. Helen 40 Ceruti. Julia 579 Carof. Celeste 276 Castiglioni. 750 Chang. 210 Chaufan. 407 Chacham. Claire 213 Cervi. Ana 144 Cardia. Paul 95 Chan. Nancy 462 Cardoso. Silvia 165 Cho. Yuting 156 Chantraine. Jenny 63 Cheung. Miguel 27 Chávez. Claudia 644. Elisabet 31 Cedillo Hernández. Shin-Ock 425 Chang. 425. Gastón 444 Cassilde. Gerardo 392 Choudry. Paulo 266 Carrasco. Neena 107. (Kent) Sheng Yao 750 Cheraghi-Sohi. Silvia 378 Castillo Garza. Christopher 166. Anita 205 Chan. Stefano 309 Cavas. Sudip 7 Chamberlain. Héctor 68. Sébastien 180 Chaves. Kuang-chi 217. Solenn 306 Carosio. Alejandro 229 Carrera. Bruno 12 Cardoso Montanhana. Evangelina 764 Carballo. 492. Cláudio 51. Vinod 154. 313 Cervio. 265 Chaves. Hector 763 Chatterjee. 692 Chappell. Sarah 54 Charness. 300 Casullo. Kay-Wah 302 Chandra. 677 Castaños. 518 Cavusoglu. 745 Chauvin. Zeina 579 Chen. Nearkasen 107. Carolina 54 Castro.Caprara. Ida 328. 287. 92 Chamniern. Gessika Cecilia 431 Carvalho Fiuza. Mariana 151. Beatriz 145 Carman. Dmitri 378. Pedro Pablo 463 Cebolla Boado. Manjeet 355 Chau. Marcos 495 Cardenas. luis Alberto 35 Cardenas. 667 César Ramos. 624 Ccopa. Layla 222. Kénora 210 Chau. Sabine 237 Cardenas Tomazic. Henglien Lisa 737 Cheng. Rosinha 763 Carroll. Maximiliano 321 Carney. Ryan 41 Cerboncini Fernandes. 259 Castro-Santos. 564 Castañeda. 465 Chaves. Fernando 440 Castel. Pamela 91 Causa. 357. Ana Louise 769 Casaca. Martyn 42. Magdalena 554 Chies Santos. Maria Clara 115 Caubet. 569. Alessandra 90 Chakraborty. 216. Julian 206. Cibele 431 Cherubini. Sudeh 26 Chernicharo. 344 Castiglione. Rana 342. Adriana 349 Cava. Olivier 16. Paola 331 Carrion. Marita 11 Carbonelli. Ilan 161. Sara 48 Casa Diamante. Yanina 698 Carrano. 288. Claire 664 Checa. Jenifer 62. 58. Maria Esperanza 522 Catanho. tien-Hui 750 Chiara. Rajesh 327 Chandra. Juan Manuel 523 Castelo Branco. 214 Charlton. Manuel 459.

349 Coelho. Anna 270 Cloutier. Maria Cristina 368 Cifuentes. Daniela 17 Crowder-Taraborrelli. Johanne 140. Miranda 318 Chuang. Maria Angelica 656 Cruz. 726 Ciochetto. Adriana 362. 611 Crunel. Andreea 393 Constantino. 768. 587 Cortés Suaza. Rosalia 560. 684 Cortes. Roberto 443. 770 Christou. 440. Gulcin 10. 141. Tricia 588 Clemente. Raewyn 293 Constantin. Linda 618. David 319 Coletto. 239 Chun. Agustina 216 Cormack. William 60 Coe. Uhart 423 Claus. Thomas 694 Croissant. 216 Cortázar. Juliana 436 Correa. Rodrigo 717 Cortiñas. Luciana 465 Cohen. 758 Cohen. Elmarie 568 Costa Neto. 375. Cesar 317. 429 Cisneros. 489 Ciolli. Martha 364 Crenzel. 66. Laura Hurd 645 Claudia. Daniel Aldana 205. Nestor 3 Correia. Denyse 111 Cote. Colin 145 Crenshaw. Sophie 107 Cousinet. Anne 142 Clivaz. Vanesa 684 Ciordia. Isabella 423. Marcela 656 Corona. Ricardo 756 Cristiano. Milton 189  421  . Carolina 476 Cipponeri. Claire 41. Bárbara 184 Crocco. Janneth 251 Clech. 476 Costa. 771 Couffignal. Orly 228 Clerval. Iara 697 Costa Pinheiro. Phillip 93 Cornejo. Andreia 754 Cielo. Sergio 293. 690 Comber. Ana Cristina Juvenal 288 Cruz. Gabriel 110 Christanell. 489 Contreras Fernandez. Vanessa 281 Costa. 244. Sheng-Yih 759 Chuchco. Eduardo Firak 160 Cordeiro. 485 Conceicao da Costa. Asli 726 Cisneros. Hugo 152 Corica. Maria 182 Conilh de Beyssac. Geraldo 212. Jacklyn 178. Rosario 612 Côté. 142. Augusta 243 Correia. Antonio 478 Comba. 686 Corral. James 746. 317. Constanza 11 Cincunegui. Vitor 465 Costandius. Cristián 535 Craven. 418 Clerge. Trudi 321 Cordeiro. Giuliana 228 Costa. Lorena 585 Cock. Soraya 332. Lynne 436. Beatriz Isola 457 Couto. Rafael 273 Costa. Carlos Javier 343 Cox. 769. Heloisa 758 Costa. Caroline 250 Clot. Roxana 368.Chouhy. 409 Cockerham. Carmen 661 Cindoglu. Jock 599 Colllebedeff. Cláudio 69. Sarah 271 Cooper. Ricardo 328 Corte. 751. Barbara 93. 622 Costa. Natalia Daniela 424 Convert. Christophe 54 Close. José Lindomar 114 Coentro. Lygia 759 Costa. 507 Cirakman Deveci. Antonella 83. Diego 177 Collin. Laura 90. Vincenzo 605 Cidade Marinho. Dilek 181. Christiana 16. Fran 64 Colomb. Thierry 713 Coelho Albuquerque. Sophia 745 Constantopoulou. Maria Conceição 150 Costa. 681 Clarke. Márcia Thereza 633 Cowan Ros. Karen 647 Crisorio. 289. 169 Collins. Florencia 478. 514 Colombo. 533 Connell. M. Graciela 195 Coutinho. Pauline 710 Clegg. Tiago 231 Corrochano. Alba 151. 280 CON. Javier 132 Cilley. Sofia 97 Civila Orellana. Anna-Britt 22. Jorge Lopes da 92 Costa. Maria Manuela 212 Correa. 702 Costa. Dmytro 148. Bérénice 488 Cruz. Waldemar 690 Clavijo. Lara Abreu 323 Cruz. Nicolás 763 Chuchko. Paul 492 Ciuffoletti. Roberto Brocanelli 675 Corradi. 436 Colomer. Catherine 10 Cremin. Malena 247 Cortes. Stewart 307 Cleland Silva. Geneviève 758 Çoban Kenes. Bernard 380 Cook. Monica 195 Clot Garrell. Natalia 714 Cosse. Emilio 354 Crinall. Inés 418 Cosacov. Marie Louise 51. Hatice 276 Cobe. Tomas 354 Crudi. Tatiana 764 Collyer. June Alisson 723 Cruz. 58. 293 Cota-Yañez. Marcos 741 Cipriani. Javier 698 Crivos. Gustavo 526 Cortez. Natalia 765 Crofts. Wagner de Freitas 283 Cordova Quero. Jennifer 21. Nestor 378 Coleman. Maria Carla 75. Emre 666 CON. Anja 773 Christiansen-Ruffman. 360 Cicchelli. Vanesa 440 Claes.

442 Deissler. Jean-Pascal 57. Lucas 224 de Melo Vasconcellos. Ana Josefina 770 Culley. Daniela 299 Delesposte. 533 Davis. Catarina 644. Julia 190 Daich. Marta 683 Cuevas Hernandez. Daniela 69 Degiuli. Luis 582 De La Rosa. 764 da Costa. 738 Davis. 714. 260 Depelteau. 769 Delgado Molina. Lise 16. Debra 657 Davila Neto. Lucila 179 Da-Silva-Rosa. Sarah 64 De Fazio. Thais 45 De Olivera Barbosa. Esra 18. Camila 394 Dansilio. James 481 David. Sanjukta 31. 536 D’Ottaviano. Salo 185 de Castro Almeida. Marcelo Raimundo 100 da Silva Malgarin Filho. Jennifer 134 Dayrell. Isabel 71. Romina 701 Cyfer. Michael 142. Sueli 395 Daloz. Francois 158 d D’Abreu. 763 Daniel. 349 Damiani. Marcelo 764 D’Avila. Roberta 142 Cuda. Brigitte 504 Darcy. Cauê 681 De Carvalho.Cruz. 472 Del Aguila. 743 Delaunay. Teresa 407. Cynthia 90 de Krom. Rafaela 730 Demir. 395 da Costa. Mario 340 De la Rosa. Isabelle N/A Cuartango. Hernan 264. Natalia 513 de Beyssac. Marie 161 Debnar. Nour 293 Dafunchio. Jan 586. Elzbieta Anna 770 Dahlvik. Tim 620 Deltell. Luis 681 Del Valle. Bert 42. Sylvie 51 Deedat. Juarez 266 De Angelis. Muna 299 Dallari. Nancy 676 Day. 507 D’Onofrio. 310. 531 Dabenigno. Maria Inacia 196. 661 Custódio Alves. Rachel 27 de Castro Fontainha. Heriberto 434 Csupor. Zeila 366 Demasi. Victoria 86. Alvaro 378 Delamata. Nadja 219. Michiel 117 De La Fuente. 682 Delgado Rivera. Marília 363 David. Emilio 58. Ipek 114 Demirkol. Nicolás 4 Demailly. 365 Cubilla. 485 de Camargo Martins. Carlos F. Alessandra 243 de Chacus. Stefan 480. 737 Delcroix. Priska 747 Darchy-Koechlin. 603 Deng. Ana 425 de Lima. Aline Guizardi 349. Isabel 444. Pablo 9 De Mario. 504 Dambrauskas. Carolina 184 Cuesta. 703 Del Barrio. Maria do Perpétuo Soccoro 721 Delshammar. Milos 63. Gülsüm 94. Cecilia 80. Maria Ligia 139. Rosanna 261 de La Torre Prados. Ann 36. Izaskun 163. 732 de Marinis. 617 de Graaff. Laura 199 Cruz Solís. Camila 245 D’Urso. Lígia 313 Dachary. 311 Debandi. Meagan 745 Davis. Gabriela 655 de la Mora. Alcira 730 Das. Renata Almeida 505 Dados. Gabriele 248. 72 De Angelis. Anita 753 Da Silva. Agelica 167 Cuervo. João Matias 436 de Oliveira Queiroz. 58 Demaine. Maria Inácia 201. Elena 31. Gustavo 657 D’Avila Neto. 723 Depeli. 698 Dahl. Carla 240 Deleo. 712 Cuesta. Lorraine 668 Cunha. Emilce 682 Cuellar Vazquez. 431 Czapka. Márcia 291 Cunha. Ingrid 84 Cypriano. Espen 532  422  . 599 de Oliveira Neto. Stefano 258. 245 Cunial. 485. María Guillermina 69. 627 Delicado. Raquel 46 Cutuli. 168 da S. Denis 413 Decataldo. Florencia 145 Daphi. Maria Inácia 161 D’Avila Neto. Camila 79 De Leo. Claudia 640 Cunha. Sylvio 570 Cruz-Castro. 683 Cuesta. Waldemar 468 Cucca. Nestor 573 da Costa. Jack 499 de Marco. M. Maria Soledad 510 Cutuli. 734 de Matos Sardinha Pinto. Rafaela 290 Dash. Sofia 3. Esteban 703 Damij. Camila 365 Demartini. Santiago 469. Pierre-Marie 169 Davidson. Mariela 539. Francesca 513. Diane E. Fernando 252 De Castro Halis. Marcello 334 Dator. Carlos 354. 260 Davis. 541 Deitch. Alicia 218. Breno 218. Federico Leandro 46 De Filippo. 105 de Ipola. Valeria 229 Dabul. Kim C. Matthew 558 David. Eduardo 455. Efraín 450 Delhey. Yunxue 238 Denis. Tiago 52. 297 D’Amico. Catherine 106 del Cueto. Kathy 198. 672 de Lima Costa. Mendonça Rêgo. Deborah 349 Dajani. Blanca 150. 299 Daroqui. 289 D’hers.

Lucila 688 Duhalde. María Margarita 251 Eckardt. Pura 365 Diaz Bizkarguenaga.Depoy. Martha 315 Edelblute. Eduardo 559 Egger. 425. Paulo Brasil 733 Di Marco. 529 Elsakka. Steffen 154 Ejembi. Kathleen 329 Draelants. Hans 216 Dietz. Declan 668 Deville. José Maurício 522 Dominguez. Marissa 306 Diefenbach. Marcelo 453 Dushina. Saurabh 352 Dubois. Sheila Maria 303 Downie. Mateus 118 Dong. Verónica 184. Gabriel 87 Deschamps. 315 Dressing. Maria Carolina 134. Adriana 97 Diaz. Joshua 72. 495 Dohnke. Maria del Pilar 218 Ehlert Maia. 667 Dwyer. Vanessa 492 Encalada Grez. Gary 174. Joyce Nathalia 527 De Spiegelaere. André 262 Duaibs. Silvia 119 Elizalde Soto. Mariano 64 Echeverri. Rodrigo Antonio 18. Heather 346 Edelstein. Everardo 183 Dube. Noemi 164 Eichner. Raquel 178 Duarte Acquistapace. 218. 647 Devane. 391 Dressen. 140 Dessein. 539 Dzervite. Marie-Christine 52. Cíntia 47 Engelmann. Maximiliano 698 Duarte Nunes. Fanny 390 Dubrow. Patience 670. Eli 540 Diniz. Eduardo 120 do Prado. Unai 365 Díaz-Juarbe. Perrine 174 Devlin. Harald 17 Drumond. Joost 117 Destro de Oliveira. Dmitri 451 Domingues. António 713 Dias Vieira. Lívia 192 de Souza Morais. Danilo 539 de Souza Sartore. Rafael 747 De Souza Bujes. Aletta 268. Graciela 23. Susanne 88 Elabor-Idemudia. Blanca 5 Devalle. Valeria 756 Empinotti. Alexandru 21 Dickins. Josué N/A de Souza. Frank 340 Dill Soares. Tom 673 Dysman. João Marcelo 45 ehrenfeld Lenkiewicz. Loïc 669 De Sena. Annick 51 Durante. Madson 687 Diop. Santiago 213 Dunlap. 753 Eleta-De Filippis. Roxana 445 Elizalde. Janaina 185 de Souza Lima. A. Marina 661 De Souza Trindade. Riley 243 Duque. Manisha 181. 485 de Wenden. 708 Diuana. Nicolás 476. 446 Dixon. Jan 514 Domanski. 713 Dufour-Poirier. 471. Gabriel 657 De Sena Jardim. Celia 539. Rudolf 412 Ego-Aguirre. Abaher 563 Eluwawalage. Hugo C. Flávio 15. 515 Diaz-Orueta. 301 Dussaillant. Melanie 575 Du Gay. 676 Douglass. Weizhen 296 Donza. 655 di Napoli. Maurice 321 de Vroome. 589. Klaus 536 Eisentraut. Thomas S. 564 Dietrich. Jualynne 270. Wilson 511  423  . 274. Eduardo 204 Diceanu. María Isabel 76. Svetlana 249. David 221 Emiliozzi. Gabriela 459. 516 Dutra. Joe 277 Devleeshouwer. Stefan 198 e Eberle. Sonia 428 Dreher. Betty 276 Dodel. Thomas 420. Valeria 714 Durand-Delvigne. Elizabeth 272 Desai. Paul 88 Dughera. 764 Draibe. Evelyn 21 Engel. Armando 47. 648 De Santis Feltran. Damayanthie 557 Embrick. Francisco 271 Durán. María Mercedes 15. Unai 31 Diaz-Veiga. Thomas 426 Diez. Roberta 168 Di Virgilio. Alvaro 440 Durán. 420. Mariela 22 Eduardo Nunes Jacondino. Nicolás 311. Hugues 504 Draganchuk. Edit 532 Ekman. Roberto O. Cecilia 370 Diniz. Karen Manges 36. Miguel Angel 328 Díaz Velázquez. Francisca 117. Koldo 305 Diaz Orueta. Pablo Francisco 265. Glaucia 31. Gabriel 51 de Souza. Fernando 368 Díaz Perera. Rex 364 Doula. Sandi 668 Diana Menéndez. Catherine 394 Dheensa. 582 de Souza. 619 Domínguez García. 155 Douglas. Ana Griselda 467 Diaz. Jochen 136. Angélica 86 De Sena Jardim. 656 Dillon. Darryn Anne 249 Di Giulio. 303. Carmen 564. 715 Dworkin. Matías 424 Dodson. Letícia 46 Dvoskin. 606 Di Leo. 419 Donato. Frank 368 Ecker. 315 Dias. Egri 759 Eke. Juliana 558 Doran. Carolina 91 DiFrancesco. Marnix 24. Stan 219 Desrosiers. 259 Deusdad. 136 Echeconea. Pablo 752 Dinardi. Jeremy 42 Dobratz.

Eustolia 500 Evans. 351 Falcão. Heloisa 46 Fernandes da Silva. Denise 18. Ana Lucia Goulart de 630 Faria. Lara 158 Factor. Larisa 660 Figari. Rafael G. 543. Mariano 739 Fialho. Alice 89. 717 Felizola. Carles 119. Fabiola 338 Farro. 530 Esparza. 737 Fátima de Oliveira Souza. Meindert 206 Fenoglio. Carlos 688 Fernandez Alvarez. Juan 368. 535 Escolar. Fernando 640 Esteban. Theophilus 660 Faggiano. Ana Margarida 178 Estivalet. Elisio 698 Esteban. 368 Ericksen. Louis 567. Gang-Hua 78 Fan. João 184 Farina. Lara 477 Ferreira. Mayra 46 Fernandez. 759 Estanque. Belen 86 Espoz. 627 Ferreño. Anelise 320 Estupiñan. Magdalena 424. Adriane 427. Hernán 331 Fernández-Enguita. Eva 139 Esguerra. João 197. 387. Alejandra 229. 765 Escutia. Simin 23 Fadayomi. Leila 117 Ferreira. Manuela 306 Ferrarini. Belén 213 Fernandez Vavrik. Joana D`Arc Fernandes 283 Ferreira. Federico 59 Farji Neer.F. 557 Essack. Laura 375 Ferreyro. Jean Carlo 347 Fayomi. Camila 46 Fernandez Milmanda. 666 Escalante. Dimitri 482 Feixa. María Victória 592 Espinosa. Sylvanna 146. 357 Feldman. Lara Marina 225 Ferreira. 577 Espíndola. German 59. Leandro 632. 435 Feld. Manuel 69 Fernandez Lorca. Victoria 265 Farini. Mayra 46 Fernandes da silva. Ruth 65. Rodrigo 587 Farias Rovati. 115. 720 Erbout. Miguel 112 Fernández. 375 Feres. Maria Paola 243 Fair. Davi 27 Eslava. Julia 198 Ermida. Antimo Luigi 23. Patricio 205 Felice. Igone 365. Anita 307 Engeman. 436 Falcon. Silvina 33. Charlotte 605 Fabri. María Beatriz 623 Fernández Meijide. Roberto 429 Fernández. Souza 469 Fattore. Fabiana 79. Catalina 413 Esin. Shehina 643 Fazito. Shaheeda 667. Miguel A. Julia 763 Eslava-Schmalbach. 47. Mara 236 Ferreira. 245 Ferreira. Mary Luz 485 Etxeberria. Rochele 453. 728 Felizardo. 765 Facal. Khalil 738 Esteves. Lulu 238 Fansten. María Soledad 520 Fernández Buffa. Sandra 171. Mahtab 54 Fasanella. Cora 33. Margarita 644 Fernández Bouzo. 705 Ferrarini. Lucia 559 Fassi. Sofía 624 Fernandez-Cid. María Alejandra 240 Fernández. Ana 39 Escalante. Claudia 354 Felder. Camila Nastari 571 Fernandes Camara. 201 Feldman. Anahí 440. 510 Faro. 216  424  . Oluyemi 660 Fazal. Nezihe Basak 299.Engels. Santiago 453 Fernández. Rialize 631 Ferreira de Almeida. Javier H. 639 Farshchi. Mariano 497 Fernandez-Rodriguez. Maia 490 Faria. Marisa 439 Fassio. Juan Felipe 426 Espoz. Adriana 139. Hernán 715 Fako. Emanuele 761 Ferrari. Marcia dos Santos 467 Ferreira. Maria Ines 73 Ferreira. 442 Ferragina. Regina Fátima C. 493 Ewert. Rodrigo 184 Fernández Esquinas. Pablo Facundo 202 Escobar. Tommy 706 Ferraz. Matheus 723 Fan. Begonya 86. Benjamin 228 Eynard. Jorge 28. Cassandra 410 Enguix. Antonio 243 Fasciglione. Maria Simone 303 Eustolia Durán Pizaña. Matheus Pereira Mattosfeizola 368 Felton. 737 Euclides. Alfredo 728 Fernandes. Fiorella 192 Ferenaz. 756 Fachinetto. 331 Espiñeira Gonzalez. Emma 521 Fennema. Lina 300 Faria G. Martin 419. 204 Ferreira. Iacovini. 631 Facioli. Roni 232 Fadaee. 181 Faleiro. Claudia 150 f Fabiansson. Thabo 298 Falabella. Maria Ines 693 Fernandez Araya. Carlos Eduardo 391 Fialkova. 448. Lucia da Costa 117. María Belén 98. Juana 223 Ferro. Juan Carlos 536 Escalante. Fulya 473 Ergin. Nathalie 117 Erdemci. Francisca 392 Fernandez. Marco 171 Faustino. Gülsen 160 Eskenazi. Peter 102. Gerardo 757 Escobar. Ana Laura 465 Eryszewicz. Ana Letícia 235 Fialho. 161 Ferreira. Silvia 649 Fachelli.

Kamila 129 Filardo. 391. Javier 631 Garbin. Karin 291. 585 Fischman. Farida 276 Fracalanza. 757 Foote. Dimas 61 Florit. 553 Frota. 705 Fischnaller. Concha 5 Fuentes. Luiz Inácio 600 Gaio. Helena 56. Sylvie 13 Fonjong. Eli 21. Gabriela 354. 383. Stefan 4 Gantois. Jane 241 Fiuza. Ana Louise de Carvalho 303 Flagg. Orión Arturo 362 Florez Muñoz. Maïlys 439 Gantzias. Ray 299 Forssell. 630 Finez. Felipe 97 Fücker. Katherine 520 Fookong Dejo. Mariano 632 Frazão. Pablo 297 Franzen. 438. Laura 290 Gama. Daniel 273. 361.Figols. 658 Gamboa Esteves. Angela 368 García. Konstantin 291. Christopher 227 Firmo Barreira. Fabiene 318. 229. 230 Freitas. Jorge 698 Gallant. Ana Paula 87 Galdino de Magalhaes Santos. 600 Freidin. Irlys 328 Fischer. Mariana 164 Garcia. Sebastian 387 Fuentes Reyes. Guillermo 153. Paulo 465 Frediani. Ariel Oscar 738 Garcia. 296 García. Cesar 497 Fonseca. Jean 24. Felipe 126 Finco. María Cecilia 270. 268 Fridman. Francisco Horacio da Silva 327 Frota. Vinicius 621 Forteza González. 605 Galvao. Flavio 540 Galak. Larissa 524 Galdona. 755 Filgueira de Almeida. 647 Gambarotta. Veronica 517. Guilherme 562 Fresneda. 200. 159. Lucie 228 Galdeano. Andreia 213 Gálvez. Sarah 458 Fraschini. Dora 625 Fonseca. 675. Fernando Vieira de 225 Freitas. Pablo Sebastian 285. 774 Filizzola Nogueira. Vinícius 15 Funes. Ariel 629 Fontenelle. Luciano 773 Flury. Mariangeles 615 Fursov. 669 Fuentes. Jackson 258 Fornillo. Fabrina 567 Fusulier. 169 Gadea. 291 Finguerut. 740 Fisher. Alex 212. Kate 109 Franco. Bernard 196. Nelson 230. Pilar 375 Fiuza. Emiliano 621. Márcia 33 Frake-Mistak. 751 Fonseca. 412 Fleitas Ortiz de Rozas. Maria 427. Charles 662 Gadre. Alison 43 Fisher. Florence 145 Figueira da Silva. 486. Guilherme 475 Flores. Maria Helena de Paula 146 Fucito. Ariel 752 Fiorello. Fumiya 594 Fujisaki. Daniela 423. Brenda 83 Fogiel-Bijaoui. Aneela 529 Gadsden. Mandy 375 Frances. 258. 737 Gale. Nicole 268. Lotsmart 636. Nerea 163. Herminia C. James 514 Fregidou-Malama. Bruno 730 Forrest. 290 g Gabarrot. Betina 64. 286 Galindo. 725 Frota. Jorge 723 Gaitán. Lawrence 167 Frigerio. Jonathan 64. 454. Dulce 6. Cristina Gabriela 337 Flores. Jorgelina 94. Carlos 478 Gago. 469  425  . Jan Marie 62. Elizabeth Maria 469 Floeter. Peter 343 Galera. 238 Friedman. 279 Focas. 734 Friedman. 536 Fontes. Alan Eric 242 Fonseca. 748 Fuentes. Rudis Yilmar 328. Gustavo 535. Alejandro 270 Fritz. Sonja 189. Maria Guiomar da Cunha 154. Tomoko 488 Fulgêncio. 334. Helena 42. Celina 205 Fisher. Enah 192 Fonseca. 213 Fozdar. Susana 243 Fontecoba. George 289. Mauricio 110 Garcia. 511 Furtado. Romulo 193 Filomeno. Caitlin 110. Gabriela 534 Fujihara. 292 Filice de Barros. Dana 711. Ana Paula 492 Fraga Sampaio. Herminia 91 Foo Kong Dejo. Andreza Aparecida 524 Frank Italia. Maria 270 Fox-Hodess. Abril 137 Gandler. Loreley 127 García. Ada 77. Marina Luz 328 García. Marisa 337 García. 642 Fried Amilivia. 567. Veronica 367 Gaiger. 614 Flores Camacho. Mariana 538 Gabe. 611 Franco Camara. Emilia 707 Forte. Daiene 524 Garcia. Diego Manuel 453 Fleury-Teixeira. Margarida 484 Foo. Betina 467 Freytes Frey. Isleide 172. 578 Fontes. 643 Garat. Delia 375. Daniel 46 Floriani. Julia 243 Flam. Eduardo 716 Gálvez Gálvez. Eduardo 162 Galcanova. Breno 60. Miguel Ángel 348 Forte. 351. María Alejandra 603 Garcia. 514 Freeman.

Isabel 87 Georgieva. Javier 514 Ghiberto. Michael 211 Gilinskiy. Anahi Patricia 752 Gonzalez. Klarita 480 Gesualdi. Juan Jose 139 Gilson. Jorge 450. Angelos 395 Giannoutsou. Gloria 297 Gonzalez. Amparo 251 González-Hernando. Ana 297 García Figueroa. Gustavo 559 González. Jaime Miguel 450  426  . Rogerio 287 Giumbelli. Yakov 333. Celeste 22 Gomez Solorzano. 620 Gendler. Maria da Glória 215. Danyelle Nilin 769 Gonçalves. Camila 774 Gonçalves. Nora 728 Garma. 222 Gareau. Nadya 5. Felipe 35. 350. Cesar 524 Gërxhani. 432 Gonzales. 525 Giannakopoulos. Jacqueline 313. Andrea 46. 353 Gonzalez-Perez. Jaime 110 Gartaula. 739 Garibaldo. Emma 506 Garcia Perez. Marcia 423. 164. Sheba 60 Georges. Blanca Eva 137 Gonzalez. Noga 474 Gil Araujo. Yesid Mauricio 733 Gilek. Mariana 716 Gentile. Noemí Adriana 518 Gilad. Marcos 273. Stephen Gilson 272 Gimenez Beliveau. 385 Gibbs Van Brunschot. María Soledad 635 Gaudad. 704 Gomes. Elda 702 Glass. Martín Ariel 489 Gené. Veronica 45. Alberto 328. 286 Gazso. 278. Michael 483 Gloria Nunes Andrade. Carla 123. Tania 120 Garduño Valero. Osmar 611 Gonzalez. 472 Godoy. 653 Giorgetti Valente. Brian 531. Rachel 209 Gonnet. 240 Gaytan Alcala. Sandra 251 Gil Arboleda. Martin 13. Ariel Alejandro 653 Goldstone. Alexander 567 González Chávez. Carlos 270 Garreton. Jaciara 115 Gomes de Lucena. Luis Eduardo 225 González. Jack 556 Golovko. Thiago Roberto Zibetti 160 Goncalves Leonel da Silva. Lorena 664 Goettlich. Erin 694 Gibson. Mariana 448 Girasek. Julieta 168 Geddes. Eduardo 164. Margarita 443 Gianuzzi. 488 Gilson. Manuel Antonio 278. Maria Florencia 423 Gentili. Fabrícia 760 Gómez. Eva 184. Elizabeth 43 Gillet. Guillermo Julian 113. 299. 631 Goetz. 657 Goicolea. Anne 257 Gilli. 185 Geraldo. 300 Ghelfi. Marìa Lorena 449 Giarelli. 425 Gomes. Valeria 532 Gluz. 631 Gill. María 444 Gonalons Pons. 305 Georjão Fernandes. 411 Giordano. 770 Gonçalo. Federico 299 Gherlone. 525 Gastron. Daniel 458 Garrido. Sebastián 362 Goldfrank. 434. Natalia Laura 265 González-Ferrer. Mike 102. Luciana 559 Giacomini. Juan Pablo 173. Laura 697 Ghibaudi. Francesco 134 Garibay. 682 Ginsburg. Christianne Luce 203 Gomes. Emerson 226 Gjergji. Ruthie 143. Maria Elizete 715 Gonçalves. Liliana 150. Adriana 33 Garcia Caicedo. 662 Gaudez. Kenneth 54. María Florencia 245 Girón. Alfonso 39 García de Fanelli. Florent 16. Renan 182 Gong. Leda 741 Giaquinta. Benjamin 620 Goldstein. Rafael Soares 87 Gonçalves. Pablo 610 George. Amber 623 Gaztañaga. 212. Sonia 514 Giacoponello. Mariana 138. Edgar 317 Gómez Rojas. Marco 699 Gómez y Patiño. Edmond 532 Girola. Verónica 330. Gloria 270 García Andrade. María Sol 476 Gonzalez. 235. William 324 Gieco. Joanne 105. Ludmila 690 Gaudet. Silvio Marques 445 García-Romeral Moreno. Pedro 525 Gerharz. Guido 724 Giasanti. Isabel 22 Goinheix. 367 García Ramos. 261 Gonzalez Chavarria. Nicolás 466 Gómez. Guillermo Javier R. 573 Germana. Christianne 18. Alicia 130. Sebastián 468 Garcia. 483 Gibbons. Adeline 342. Regina 613 Glorioso. Pilar 345. Nora 224 Gobbi. Vanesa 260 Gómez-Cruz. Cicera 760 Gomes. Sandra 202. 473 Garrett. Natalia 565 Garrido Castillo Jaime. Eva 343 Geribola Moreno. 554 Gibb. 585 Giugliano. Cristian David 395 Garcia Cortes. David 587 Garita. Quelen 285. Hom Nath 459 Gasser. Susanne 617 Gohn. Andreas 561.Garcia. Mari Feli 261 González. 672 Gattoni. Mariela 260 Gianezini. 370 Gavirati. 677 González. Gabriela 524 Gomez Romero. Gilberto 387. Mariana 265 González. Pablo 742 Gayol. 275 Gastron. Agostina 490 Gigena. Nikita 182 Gomes.

Målfrid Irene 151. Alison 280. Eduardo 309 Guido. Fabiana 664 Greenberg. José Roberto 381 González Maldonado. Natividad 392. Linda Luz B. Tamara 33 Grinberg. Laurence 363 Grandoli. Ricardo 212. 758 Guaymás. Pierre 368. 200. 659. 747 Gourgues. 303 Govender. 375 Grigorowitschs. Oscar Luis 3 Gran. Eiji 103 Hamel. 623 Habuchi. Claudio 357 Goode. 211. 567 Granchamp Florentino. Elke 135 Grecco. 673 Gotman. Karen 306 Grava. 578. Diego 773 Gravante. Silvia 3. Anne 638 Gottero. Yael 143 Guillaume. Roohi 581 Gupta. Daniel 186. Thiago 332 Gresh. 664 Hakim. Deniz Ali 35 Gurcan. Brian 414. Andréa 497 Gouvias. Marcia 169 Grondona. 678 Haberkern. Laurie 174 Hänzi. 698. Jeanne 235 Halley. Sergio 760 Hanquinet. Alejandro 713 Gorban. Nelma 514 Gusso. Vanessa 626 Gurieva. Caleb 126. Klaus 156. Pamela 524 Gutiérrez. 406 Guzman. Olga 239. Amy 215 Graizer. Francisco 261 Guimaraes. 117. Jay 673 Graeff. Jorge M. 678 Güelman. Freire. Ramon José 367 Gutiérrez. Antonio 441 Guimaraes. Oscar 691 Guzman. Dr. Kirsten 64. 410 Harding. Liudmila 739 Gurpegui. Tommaso 681. Ximena 191 Grisoni. 702 Gutierrez Cornelius. Rebecca 736 Griera i Llonch. Adrian 332 Gusmão de Oliveira. Louis 161. Jamile 268. 622 Gündüz. Rodolfo 165. Peter 81. Eugenio 117 Guzmán. Chris 228 Hanafi. Mariano Hernan 138 Guzhva. Raul Alejandro 120 Guzman Ocegueda. Kaarel 28 Haber. Florence 250 Hagen. Margarita 483 Greenstein. 429. Ingrid 444 González Parra. Julieta 699 Haidar. Eran 366. Alfonso 737 Gurza Lavalle. Janet 618 Gorostiaga. Hamal Gurung. 258. Luke 565 Goods. Orla 650 Gould. 594 Greene. Gabriele 284 Grossi. Maria Stela 333. Sandra 234 Guerrero Bernal. Guillaume 180 Gouveia. Lev 278 Grinberg. Dr. Alan 388 Harley. Sari 249 Hanela. Paulo 425 Grant. 297 Gorshkov. Mikhail 339. 635 Gutierrez. Anahita 230 Grisotti. Júlia S. Ana Lucía 9. Matthias 105. Guadalupe Margarita 381 González Hernández. Gloria Jovita 431 Gualdi. Michele 323 Guerrero. 296 Guilat. Tomás 15 Guichard. Nadia 264 Halley. Efe Can 543 Guridy-Cerritos. 391. Naiara 462. Jose 68 Guivant. Shun 70. Sinead 321 Gornick. 758 Hammerslev. Álvaro 599 Gubkin. 601. Saloni 636 Gür. 563 Hagino. Onder 281 Gupta. Encarnación 762 Guttierrez. Andromachi 228 Haegel. Ismael 491 Guaraldo. 516 Guerrero. Eduardo 164 Gutierrez Martinez. Nicole 135 Haav. Susana 425 Guerreiro F. 409 Goransky. 73 Gross. Eric 535 Haas. 334. Deborah 669. Carolina Alondra 707 Guilam. Nadya 275 Guio. Daniel 285 Guevara. 586 Gutiérrez-Martínez. Ichiyo 605 Hadjiyanni. Ran 282 Greghi. Cécile 180. Ole 302 Hamnett. 313. Victoria 9.González Hernández. Maria del Mar 270 Griffith. Daniel 286. Paula 612 Guay. 315 Guillen-Grima. Liora 294 h Haas. Cristina 42. 519. 712 Guimarães. Shobha 345 Hamanishi. Maria Eugenia 3 Granjo. Miguel Francisco 328 Gutiérrez. Jaqueline Guimarães Santos 741 Guimaraes. 690 Guadarrama. Débora 65 Gormally. Priscila 531 Guirado. Dionysios 174. Laura 231 Gottfried. Jeffrey 172. Alejandro 316 Gvion. 709 Grawert. Shulamit S. 711 Grossi. 773 Griscti. 169 Graglia. 343 Gutierrez Chong. Juan Carlos 442 Guerrini. 702 Gunes. 675 Grossi Porto. 752 Gutiérrez Rodriguez. Luciana 573 Guidotti Gonzalez. Natalie 475. Martín 265 Guemureman. Silvia 119 Guerreiro. 509  427  . Heidi 275 Gough. Córa Hisae 329 Haidar. Miriam 184. Denis 104 Harada.

Melanie 146 Huguet. Royce 147 i Iacobellis. Laura 48 Hutson. Christine 26. Miwako 724 Hosogaya. 334 Hirsch-Adler. 457 Helander. Juha 301. Christine 490 Herzer. Thomas 272. 669. Ray-May 206. Esther 554. Paul 453. Rubia Eneida 154 Hölzl. 429 Hetzler. Siri 216. Danieli 203 Helland. Ana Isabel 223 Ignazi. Helena 275 Hirata. André 519 Hovnanian. Kazuhisa 14 Hong. María 518 Henry-Waring. Vicki 198. 671 Hsung. Mónica 626 Ibarra. Nobuko 763 Hovnanian. 722 Hatlevik. Stefan 669 Hoff. Elke 257. Ana 243 Hosoda. Maksim 109 Huergo. Ariane 90 Heizmann. Andreas 188 Hjort. 394 Heran. 320 Heuer. 770 Hernandez Patiño. Marco 31 Hughes. Sara 131 Henaway. Marina 39. Barbara 244 Herrman. Marc-Antonin 575 Henricks. Joshua 479 Hendrickx.R.Harman. Michael 357 Hundal. Juliana 557 Hufnagel. Renata Ewa 676 Hsiau. Christopher Jon 272 Hewitt. 584 Huber. Corinna 367 Honda. Caroline 214. 214 Holmes. 621 Holz Jacques. Hilda 594 Herzog. Guadalupe 39 Idiart. Satoshi 256 Ii. Paul 153 Hedman. Karla 336 Hegewisch. Andrea 619 Hernández. Dayong 711 Honório Quinalha. Kevan 556 Hasegawa. Geoffrey 108 Hoegsbro. 500 Huning. 489. Kjeld 190. Dilek 177. 540 Heringer. Antoinette 90. Paula 654 Ianos. Mika 452 Helena Rampelotti. Anita 183. Tomohisa 356 Hirose. Timo 727. 497 Ibarra Rosales. Marco 519 Howaldt. Jürgen 337 Hryciuk. Linda 393 Hill. Ida K. 74 Harris. Valentina 116 Ho. 457 Holzer. Ana Inés 94 Herbrik. María Belén 563 Hirsch. Florian 41 Huebenthal. 754 Harrington. 74 Hattatoglu. Rosana 723 Hermanowicz. 564 Harrikari. María Vanda 554 Ibañez. Marisa 188. Michael 321 Hecker. 305 Horiguchi. Jed 606 Horta. Boris 441. Eelke 206 Heese. Adelina 165 Ianowski. A-chin 32 Hsieh. Robert 561 Hatcher. 421 Hirsch. 494 Höhne. Mostafa 141 Hendrick. Håvard 74 Helman. Millsom 276. Mary 669 Holmwood. Yuko 103 Hirai. Daniel 690 Hirata. Paoyi 384 Huber. Diana Carolina 716 Herpertz. 118 Hernández. 709 Heredia. Andreas 259. Mariana 291. Craig 217 Hathazy. Hanna 547 Hettige. Javier P. 438 Hoehne. Catherine 723 Horner. Tamara 479 Heras Monner Sans. Anatilde 774 Ierullo. Martin 284 Iglesias. Helen 241 Herselman. Piero 767 Iguchi. Boris 432. Itsuhiro 292 Heath. Ileana D. 557 Ibáñez-Angulo. Dinair Leal da 223 Horejes. Thomas 66. Florencia 668 Herrera Vivar. 443. Ángel 165 Huidi. Esther 500 Ibarra Rosales. Manmohanjit 233. María Teresa 304 Herrero. Marcia 483 Hirata. 24. Marta 235 Herr Harthorn. Shinji 124 Hirata. Glos 148 Hobbis. Stephen 35 Hurd Clarke. Anita 39 Hirseland. Kosuke 319 Hirabayashi. Melanie 90. 594 Hashiguchi. Jef 753 Hennebert. Stephne 581 Hertle. 508 Huang. 638. Stefan 709 Holland. Jens Lunnan 267 Hlebec. 253 Henríquez. Regine 317. Lucas de Brito 154 Himeno. Ricardo 11 Hermo. 664 Haunss. Takayuki 302  428  . Alma 644 Ido. Candela 600 Hernández-Medina. Shoji 488 Hassan. 699 Iadevito. John 352 Holst. Sabine 17 Herrera. Ryoichi 200. Koichi 117. Katja 271 Humphrey. 274. Michelle F. Evelyne 308. 510 Heathfield. Dafna 294. Satoshi 77 Idoyaga Molina. 380 Heemskerk. 578 Horn. Ma 529 Hujo. Sebastian 747 Hazama. Sandra 142 Hunt. Joseph 721 Hermelo. Renan 675 Hora. Anita 139 Hirsch Adler.

294 IPSA RC36 262 Irazuzta. Ray 441 Kalaycioglu. Ali 314 Kazepov. Masayuki 447 Kannabiran. Bernard 210 Kadi. Emilien 180 Jung. Evaggelia 380. Olga 528 Kazemi. Timo 409. Gabriel 202. Natalie 319 Jacobi. 299 Kahma. Kusein 283 Isengard. Kentaro 562 Kawamura. Hsiao-Mei 564 Julian. Youichi 348 Itzigsohn. Nilay Cabuk 580 Kaya. 408. Ieva 154.. Stephen 271 Kaya. Cynthia 484 Joseph. Lili 652 Kawasaki. Bettina 487 Ishitsuka. Paula 674 Isaev. Tülay 318 Kazakevich. 380  429  . Antonio M. Ignacio 660 Irrazabal. Magnus 620 Johnson. 576. 740 Jasso. Kristy 127. Esin 23 Imada. Martin 80 Jaime-Castillo. Paola 572 Jofré. 733 Jimenez. Sílvia 622 Joseph. 740 Karklina. Margaret 231 Keller. 320 Jain. Andreas Oskar 106. Bridget 575 Kenten. Hyojin 428 k Kabuth. Pedro Roberto 492 Jagudina. 727 Jayme. Pavez 165. Charlotte 64 Kenworthy. María Gabriela 495 Irving. Rosario Olivia 3 Japp. Céli