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Location: GM.326
Manchester Metropolitan University Building: Geoffrey Manton, Third Floor 4 Rosamond Street West Off Oxford Road
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
RN21_01: Potentials and boundaries of analytical techniques
Location: GM.326
Chair: Modesto Escobar, Universidad de Salamanca

A Phantom Menace: Random Data, Model Specification and Causal Inference in Qualitative Comparative Analysis

Alrik Thiem, Lusine Mkrtchyan

University of Lucerne, Switzerland

Quantitative Grounded Theory – A Neglected Tool?

Peter Kevern, Edward Tolhurst

School of Health Studies, Staffordshire University, United Kingdom

Interactive Graphs for Lineal and Logistic Regressions Networks

Modesto Escobar

University of Salamanca, Spain

Measuring the Permeability of Class-Boundaries: An Information Theoretic Approach

Georg P. Mueller

Univ. of Fribourg, Switzerland

RN21_02: Comparing Survey Modes
Location: GM.326
Chair: Benjamin Baisch, University of Salzburg

Online, Face-to-Face Or Mixed-Mode? Findings From A Methodological Experiment For The Generations And Gender Survey

Almut Schumann1, Detlev Lück1, Robert Naderi1, Martin Bujard1, Susana Cabaço2, Tom Emery2, Vera Toepoel3, Peter Lugtig3

1: Federal Institute of Population Reserach (BiB), Germany; 2: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI), Netherlands; 3: Utrecht University, Netherlands

Measurement of Student’s Competencies: Effects of Group Testing and Individual Testing

Uta Landrock, Sabine Zinn, Timo Gnambs

LIfBi - Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories, Germany

The Quality Of ICT Skills Indicators - Comparing Self- With Direct-Assessment

Maja Rynko1, Marta Palczyńska2

1: SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland; 2: Institute for Structural Research, Poland

Experimental Evidence On The Effect Of Using Rating Scales With Numeric Instead Of Semantic Labels

Tobias Gummer, Tanja Kunz

GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany

RN21_03: The subjectivities of societal exclusion and belonging
Location: GM.326
Chair: Iasonas Lamprianou, University of Cyprus

Europe - A Community Of Shared Values? The Empirical Construction Of European Values Spaces Using Multiple Correspondence Analysis

Yannik Peters

University of Bonn, Germany

European, National and Regional Identities in the UK: An Examination Using Data from a VAA for the 2017 UK General Election

Vasilis Manavopoulos, Vasiliki Triga

Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus

Carrying The Shackles Beyond The Walls: The Long-Lasting Effects Of Prisons On Recidivism

Ana Morales-Gómez

The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

RN21_04: Current challenges of survey research
Location: GM.326
Chair: Tobias Gummer, GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Doing research on/ and with youth in the era of the General Data Protection Regulation

Valentina Mazzucato, Karlijn Haagsman

Maastricht University, Netherlands, The

Mixing Pretest Methods of Structured Questionnaires

Marco Palmieri, Fabrizio Martire, Maria Concetta Pitrone

Sapienza, University of Rome, Italy

Potentials and Limits of Administrative Data to Adjust Internet Panel Surveys

Pablo Cabrera-Álvarez

University of Salamanca, Spain

Offering Versus Omitting An MC And/Or A DK-O: The Consequences Linked To The Respondents’ Approach To The Topic

Daniela Wetzelhütter

University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria

Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
RS08_05: Engaging with the migrant question across sectors
Location: GM.326
Chair: Anders Blok, University of Copenhagen

Service Contracting and the New Politics of Welfare Provision in China

Yuanyuan Qu, Regina Enjuto Martinez, Jude Howell

The London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom

The Voices In The Plural Of Syrian Refugees Students: Groping (Un) Known Arenas

Lucas Freitas de Souza1,3, José Manuel Resende1,2

1: University of Évora; 2: CICS.NOVA; 3: Políticas Públicas e Dinâmicas Sociais

“Giving a Voice”: Negotiating Political Engagement between Civil Society Organizations and Young Immigrants in a Liberal Democratic Context

Rachel Waerniers, Lesley Hustinx

Ghent University, Belgium

On The Translation Of Citizen Needs Across Regimes Of Engagement - Co-Production In Cross-Sectorial Collaborations

Ane Grubb, Morten Frederiksen

Aalborg University, Denmark

RS08_06: Ways forward: Advancing the theory of sociology of engagements
Location: GM.326
Chair: Veikko Eranti, Tampere University
Chair: Eeva Kristiina Luhtakallio, University of Tampere

Interoperation, Exploration, Serendipity: On the ‘Machine Readable’ Grammar(s) of Commonality in a Data-Driven World

Andrew Staver Hoffman

Data Ecologies Lab, University of Washington, United States of America

Politicization, Depoliticization, and Grammars of Commonality. Addressing Plurality in Politics

Eeva Kristiina Luhtakallio1, Veikko Eranti2, Tuukka Ylä-Anttila3

1: Tampere University, Finland; 2: Tampere University, Finland; 3: Tampere University, Finland

Proto-jurisdictional Engagements: Rethinking Change in Professional Authority via Pragmatic Sociology

Anders Blok

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Public Justification as Agonistic Pluralism

Veikko Eranti1, Taina Meriluoto1, Ville-Pekka Sorsa2

1: Tampere University, Finland; 2: University of Helsinki, Finland

RS12_07: Beyond the Social: Life, Spirituality and Individuality
Location: GM.326
Chair: Pedro Jorge Caetano, New Lisbon University

Religious Identity and the Law of the Individual: The Search for the Authentic Self

Thomas Sealy

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

From Modernity To The Postsecular: Georg Simmel On Religion and Spirituality

Michal Warchala

Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland

Life-Capital after Simmel and Freud

Barbara Anna Markowska

Collegium Civitas, Poland

RN21_08: The Emergence of new data sources - Critical reflection
Location: GM.326
Chair: Jochen Mayerl, Chemnitz University of Technology

Assessing Wearable Sensor Data For Small Group Research. A Benchmarking And Validation Study.

Jörg Müller1, Julio Meneses1, Anne Laure Humbert2, Elisabeth Anna Guenther3

1: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain; 2: Oxford Brookes, UK; 3: Universität Klagenfurt, Austria

The Applicability of Big Data for Studying Human Socio-Spatial Interactions and Integration: A Systematic Literature Review

Kerli Müürisepp, Olle Järv

University of Helsinki, Finland

RN21_BM: RN21 Business Meeting
Location: GM.326
Chair: Wolfgang Aschauer, University of Salzburg
Chair: Jolanta Perek-Białas, Jagiellonian University, Cracow and Warsaw School of Economics
Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
RN21_09: New Directions in the cross-national measurement of quality of life
Location: GM.326
Chair: Wolfgang Aschauer, University of Salzburg

Comparing The Measurement Of Subjective Health Related Quality Of Life Between Migrant And Native Populations

Jochen Mayerl1, Manuel Michael Holz2

1: Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany; 2: Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany

Operationalization of Sen’s Capability Approach to Quality of Life Assessment within Eurostat Recent Recommendations: Case of Poland

Jan Zwierzchowski, Tomasz Panek

Warsaw School of Economics, Poland

Well-Being Global Index: Assays of multivariate statistical approaches

Maria do Carmo Botelho1, Rosário Mauritti1, Nuno Nunes1, Daniela Craveiro2,3

1: CIES-IUL, ISCTE-IUL, Portugal; 2: CIS-IUL, ISCTE-IUL, Portugal; 3: SOCIUS-UL, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

RN21_10: Measuring social inequality in Europe
Location: GM.326
Chair: Georg P. Mueller, Univ. of Fribourg

Child Deprivation In Europe. Study On Family And Context Factors

Paola Ciceri, Mario Lucchini

University of Milano Bicocca Department of Sociology and Social Research Italy

The Effects Of Occupational Mismatches On The Employment Biographies And Income

Kevin Alan Franz Ruf1,2, Andreas Damelang1

1: Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany; 2: Institute for Employment Research, Germany

Does Automation Technology Increase Social Inequality? – Robot Installations and the Individual Unemployment Risk in Germany

Michael Otto, Andreas Damelang

Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

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