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Location: BS.G.27
Manchester Metropolitan University Building: Business School, Ground Floor Oxford Road
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
SP03: Boundaries, Barriers and Belonging in Digital Labour Capitalism - with Phoebe Moore and Jamie Woodcock
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Angela Wigger, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Chair: Thomas Allmer, University of Stirling
 

Artificial Intelligence and Humans as Resource

Phoebe Veronica Moore

Leicester University, United Kingdom



Digital Workerism: Tracing the Recomposition of Workers’ Struggle in Digital Labour Capitalism

Jamie Woodcock

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

11:00am
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12:30pm
RN35_01b: The Many Faces of Return Migration: From Life Project to Deportability
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Meltem Yilmaz Sener, Norwegian Center for Human Rights, University of Oslo
 

Bridging Overseas Filipino Workers Through The Reintegration Program

Karen Frando So

DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY MANILA, Philippines



The Deportation of Foreigners on Social Assistance from Switzerland: Be Useful or Go Away

Ibrahim Soysüren

University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland



Youth Return Migration in Latvia: (Be)Longing and Challenges of Adapting Back

Baiba Bela

University of Latvia, Latvia



Brexodus, Breturn, Brexmobility: Return and Onward Migration in the Brexit Context

Djordje Sredanovic

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

12:45pm
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1:45pm
MD02: Funding Opportunities at the European Research Council (ERC)
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Apostolos G. Papadopoulos, Harokopio University
2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN35_02b: Methodological Frontiers: Mapping Migration Realities
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Kenneth Horvath, University of Lucerne
 

Mapping Situations – Situational Analysis: Qualitative Inquiry on Post-migration-society

Olaf Tietje, Elisabeth Tuider

University of Kassel, Germany



The Familiar And The Strange: Socio-Spatial Boundaries And Internal Migration

Michael Donnelly

University of Bath, United Kingdom



Continuous Displacement. Physical space(s) as a Methodological Instrument for a wider understanding of the Identity of Palestinian refugees from Syrian

Filip Elias Habib

Otto-von-Guericke- Universität Magdeburg, Germany



Mission Impossible - Conducting Research in a Centre for Refugees. Belonging and Barriers .

Izabela Wagner

University of Warsaw, Poland

4:00pm
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5:30pm
RN35_03b: Methodological Frontiers: Researching Migration in the Digital Era
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Lena Kahle, Stiftung Universität Hildesheim
 

Algorithmic Racism and Data-Driven Politics: Why Migration Research Needs to Take the Challenges of New Data Worlds Seriously

Kenneth Horvath

University of Lucerne, Switzerland



Tracing Human Mobilities Beyond State Borders: Big Data to Reveal Bordering People, Their Transnational Mobilities and Belonging

Olle Järv, Kerli Müürisepp, Samuli Massinen

University of Helsinki, Finland



Studying The Transnationalism Of Polish Migrants Through Facebook - Whom May We Survey And How Transnational Are They?

Steffen Pötzschke

GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany



Belonging in the Times of Brexit. Combining Synchronous and Asynchronous Interviews in a Longitudinal Perspective.

Agnieszka Trąbka

SWPS University, Jagiellonian University, Poland

6:00pm
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7:30pm
RN35_04b: Contested Politics of Migration I
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Kyoko Shinozaki, University of Salzburg
 

Civil Society Organisations and the Changing Politics of Inclusion and Belonging in German and French Cities

Christine Lang

Max-Planck-Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Germany



Contested Categorization of Target Populations and Indicators of Territorial Justice. Institutionalisation of a Formalised Intergovernmental Transfer Scheme for Asylum Seekers in Germany

Walter Bartl

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany



Situating Others And Situating Oneself : The Rejection Of Immigration And The (Mis)Uses Of A Post-Colonial Rhetoric In Today’s Poland

Kaja Skowronska

Université de Nantes, France



Immigration and the Contested Boundaries of Citizenship: A Comparative Analysis of Greece and Turkey

Ayşe Serdar

Istanbul Technical University/Mid Sweden University

Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
SP09: Social Mobilisations and the Shape of the Future: To the Left, Right, or Nowhere - with Lauren Langman and Sylvia Walby
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Tova Benski, College of Management
Chair: Lorenzo Bosi, Scuola Normale Superiore
 

Justice or Vengeance? Capitalism, Crises and the Contemporary Social Movements

Lauren Langman

Loyola University of Chicago, American Sociological Association, International Sociological Association, Global studies Association



Rethinking Concepts for Social Mobilisations around Brexit and the EU: Projects, Violence and the Political Economy of the World System

Sylvia Walby

City University of London, United Kingdom

11:00am
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12:30pm
RN35_05b: Contested Politics of Migration II
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Lena Kahle, Stiftung Universität Hildesheim
 

Screening the Refugee: Freedom Stories and the Performance of Empathy in an “Emotional Community”

Sukhmani Khorana

University of Wollongong, Australia



The European Borders Pressed to the Global South: Notes on the Externalization of Borders through the Politics of Agreements for Refugees and Migrants between the European Union and ‘Safe Third Countries’

Ingrid Berns Pavezi

Albert-Ludwgis-Universität Freiburg, Germany



Media Discourse Rebordering The Post-Brexit UK

Agnieszka Radziwinowiczówna1,2, Aleksandra Galasińska1

1: University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom; 2: University of Warsaw, Poland



Asylum Reforms, Discrimination of Refugees with Special Needs and Practices of Resistance in Local Contexts of Europe

Ignazia Bartholini

University of Palermo, Italy

12:45pm
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1:45pm
MD10: Plan S and Open Access: What Kind of Reality Will it Make for Sociological Publication?
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Sue Scott, Newcastle University
2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN35_06b: Migration, Social Justice, and Social Inclusion
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Rina Manuela Contini, University of Chieti-Pescara
 

Ageing Immigrancy as a Category of Residual Inclusion –The Finnish Third Sector Organizations Standing in for the Public Welfare Services

Ulla Buchert

University of Helsinki, Finland



Migrant Advocacy Under Austerity: Transforming Solidarity in The Greek Refugee

Katherine Laura Pendakis

King's College University, Canada



Personal Networks, Social Support and Upward Mobility among Roma Migrants in France

David Cañarte1, Raffaele Vacca1, Tommaso Vitale2

1: Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law, University of Florida, United States of America; 2: Centre d’études européennes, Sciences Po, France



Asylum Seekers and the Context of Their Housing: Different Places, Different Integration Outcomes?

Lina Elisabeth Sandström

Örebro University, Sweden

4:00pm
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5:30pm
RN35_07b: Intersectional Migration Orders
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Dilek Cindoglu, Hbku
 

Doing Equality and Migration in Finnish Parliament Plenary Sessions, 2008-2016

Rusten Menard

University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom



‘Losers of neoliberalism’: Everyday racism against Syrian refugees in Turkey

Dogus Simsek

Koc University, Turkey



Masculinity on a spectrum: The Meaning Of Success And International Migration Among Punjabi Sikh Men

Diditi Mitra

Brookdale Community College, United States of America



“Commodity-Refugees” of the Global Age: A Comparative Analysis of Iranian and Afghan Refugees in Turkey

Hakan Topates, Aslican Kalfa-Topates

Pamukkale University-Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Turkey

6:00pm
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7:30pm
RN33_08: Everyday Sexism, Abuse and Violence
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Adéla Souralová, Masaryk University
 

Deception And Abuse: Manifold Instances Of Proxemic Violence Against Sub-Saharan And Eastern-European Women-immigrants In Sicily

Ignazia Bartholini, Rafaela Hilário Pascoal

University of Palermo, Italy



Gendered War Memories: The Case of Croatia

Anita Dremel

University of Osijek, Croatia



Writing against Violence(s): Cultural Difference and Sexism in the Narratives of Immigrant Divorced Mothers from Turkey in Germany

Çiçek Uygun

Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany

7:30pm
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8:30pm
RN33_BM: RN33 Business Meeting
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Lise Widding Isaksen, University of Bergen, Norway
Chair: Consuelo Corradi, Lumsa University
Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
SP12: New Understandings of Children and Young People's Activism - with Sevasti-Melissa Nolas and Ilaria Pitti
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Nigel Patrick Thomas, University of Central Lancashire
Chair: Sanna Aaltonen, University of Eastern Finland
 

Entanglements that Matter: Stretching the Political with the Help of the Connectors Study Children

Melissa Nolas

Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom



Youth and Politics: Avoiding or Appropriating?

Ilaria Pitti

University of Siena, Italy

11:00am
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12:30pm
RN35_09b: New Politics of Identity
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Kyoko Shinozaki, University of Salzburg
 

Bosnian Diaspora(s) between Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism? A Social Constructivist Approach to Diasporic Postwar Identities

Ana Mijic

University of Vienna, Austria



The Representation of Englishmen among Baltic Migrants in the UK

Martins Kaprans

University of Latvia, Latvia



The Construction of Identity through Consumption from Zygmunt Bauman’s Perspective: Experiences of Iranian Refugees in Turkey

Aslican Kalfa-Topates, Hakan Topates

Pamukkale University-Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Turkey



Ethnic Cultural Associations and Identity Formation of Immigrants: The Case Study of Russian and Italian Associations in Germany

Tetiana Havlin

University of Siegen, Germany

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN35_10b: Lived Citizenship and Humanitarianism in Practice
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Tetiana Havlin, University of Siegen
 

A Mexican Approach to a Humanitarian Crisis: Migrant Caravans in Tijuana

Olivia Teresa Ruiz

El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Mexico



An accompaniment model – experiences from a Humanitarian Corridor

Ilaria Schnyder von Wartensee, Clemens Sedmak

University of Notre Dame, United States of America



Volunteer Work as Moral and Emotional Labour among Newcomer Mothers in Canada

Camilla C Nordberg

University of Helsinki, Finland



Second-generation Youths: Experiences of Political Participation in Italy

Veronica Riniolo

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy


 
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