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Location: GM.333
Manchester Metropolitan University Building: Geoffrey Manton, Third Floor 4 Rosamond Street West Off Oxford Road
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
JS_RN04_RN13_01: Early Childhood, Parenting and Education
Location: GM.333
Chair: Ellie Jane Lee, University of Kent

Parenting Strategies around Young Children’s Education in Urban China – Intensive, Responsible and Stratifying?

Lisa Eklund

Lund University, Sweden

A Gap In Development: The Effect Of Parental Involvement On Children Cognitive Skills

Patricio Troncoso, Ana Morales-Gómez

The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

A Child As A Subject In Childcare Selection? Parents' Notions Of The Child And Early Childhood Education And Care

Anu Katriina Kuukka, Anna Siippainen, Maarit Alasuutari

University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Irresponsible or Incapable? Discussing Parents as Users of Early Childhood Education and Care Services in Finland

Maarit Alasuutari, Anni Kauppinen, Maiju Paananen

University of Jyvaskyla, Finland

JS_RN04_RN13_02: Parenting, Childhood, Scheduling and Time
Location: GM.333
Chair: Cath Larkins, University of Central Lancashire

‘Helicopter Parenting’ As A Social Problem

Ellie Jane Lee

University of Kent, United Kingdom

Off We Go to a Bright Independent Future: Social Mobility, Educational Aspirations for Children, and Middle-Class Parenting in Urban China

Meng Chen1, Di Zhu2

1: Shanghai University, China; 2: Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China

‘I Think Life Experience is Just as Important as Education Really’: Mothers’ Understanding of Primary School Children’s Well-Being in Education and After-School Activities.

Emma Head

Keele University, United Kingdom

Free From School In The Child's Best Interest

Pauline Marie-Sophie Proboeuf

Sciences Po, France

JS_RN04_RN13_03: Parental interpretations of children's 'best interests'
Location: GM.333
Chair: Cath Larkins, University of Central Lancashire

Best for the Child and the Mother? Infant Feeding Decisions in Spain

Marta Dominguez Folgueras

Sciences Po, France

Contingent Care: Motherhood, Citizenship And Social Reproduction Across Difference

Rachel Humphris

University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

What’s Best for the Child? Parents Decisions on the Treatment of Children’s Variations of Sex Development (VSD) in France

Gaëlle Larrieu

Sciences Po, France

JS_RN04_RN13_04: Doing research with children and parents
Location: GM.333
Chair: Nuno de Almeida Alves, ISCTE-IUL

Biographical Approach to Studies of Parenting Culture: Mothers' Experiences Relating to Children's Upbringing

Lyudmila Nurse

Department of Education, University of Oxford, United Kingdom,

Rights or Responsibilities? Disabled Children and Young People’s Perspectives on their Rights to Education, Work, Leisure and Travel in the Context of Neo-liberal Policies in Japan and the UK

Katie Martin1, Cath Larkins1, Hiroko Koizumi2

1: University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom; 2: J.F.Oberlin University, Tokyo

Who Is Involved In Parental Separation And What Are Their Roles? New Insights From Children´s Perspectives.

Marlies Zuccato-Doutlik, Raphaela Kogler, Ulrike Zartler

University of Vienna, Department of Sociology, Austria

Children’s Views On ‘Good Care’: The Case Of Nanny And Au pair care

Sara Karolina Eldén

Lund University, Sweden

Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
JS_RN04_RN13_05: Meanings of 'child welfare' and 'good parenting'
Location: GM.333
Chair: Ellie Jane Lee, University of Kent

Social Investment in Childhood: Arguments in the Academic and Institutional Arenas

Claude Martin

CNRS, France

“Good Parents” and “Beloved Children”: Child Welfare Services, State Intervention and Intensive Parenting

Alexandra Szőke

Institute for Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

Children’s Perspectives and Interaction as Starting Points for Reflections on ‘Child well-being’ and ‘Parenting’

Aytüre Türkyilmaz1, Lars Alberth2

1: Wuppertal University, Germany; 2: Leibniz University Hannover, Germany

Casas de Pensamiento Indígena (CPI): Being an Indigenous Children in Bogota

Carmen María Sanchez caro

Université Paris 13, France

RN06_06b: Science Fiction and Alternatives to Trade Wars, Inequality and Transnational Production Networks
Location: GM.333
Chair: Julia Eder, Johannes Kepler University Linz
Chair: Julia Kristina Maisenbacher, University of Lausanne

The New Trade Wars. International Trade Theory as Social Science Fiction

Oreste Ventrone

Università degli studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy

It’s Not Democracy, It’s The Market!

Kevin Albertson

Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

How Inequalities Affect The Stability Of Urban Youths In Sidi Bouzid (Tunisia)

Julien Dutour

University of Versailles Saint Quentin, France

The Role of the State in the Genesis of Social Structure: the Resource-Integrational Model

Zoltán Vastagh

Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

RN06_07b: Prefiguring Real Life Utopias in Dystopian Times
Location: GM.333
Chair: Owen Worth, University of Limerick
Chair: Julia Eder, Johannes Kepler University Linz

Property as a Fiduciary Relationship and the Extension of Economic Democracy: What Role for Basic Income?

David Casassas1, Jordi Mundó2

1: University of Barcelona, Spain; 2: University of Barcelona, Spain

Good Societies

Laura Shanti Basu

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The

“I Just Want More Time To Do Stuff I Enjoy”: Understanding Push-Pull Factors And Trade-Offs In Transitions To Reduced Hour Working Schedules

Ursula Balderson1, Brendan Burchell1, Daiga Kamerāde2, Hugo Lidmark1, Adam Coutts1, Senhu Wang1

1: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2: University of Salford, United Kingdom

Modernizing Agents: Intellectual Property Experts and Their Subjectivities in Modern Day Turkey

Ferhunde Dilara Demir

Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, United States of America

Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
RN06_09b: Lumpenproletariat, Artistic Precariat and the Radical Left
Location: GM.333
Chair: Gerardo Costabile Nicoletta, University of Naple Federico II
Chair: Laura Horn, Roskilde University

The Concept of the Lumpenproletariat in Marxian Political Economy

Clyde W Barrow

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, United States of America

The Autonomy of the State, Radical Left and Karatani's Capital-Nation-State: The Turkish Left in 1960-1971

Ahmet Oncu1, Ozgur Mutlu Ulus2

1: Sabanci University, Turkey; 2: Acibadem Mehmet Ali Aydinlar University, Turkey

The Artistic Precariat: Commodification and Counter-Movements

Joana S. Marques1,3, Luísa Veloso1,2,3

1: Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia (CIES-IUL); 2: Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL); 3: A3S, Portugal

Spain: One Decade Through the Looking Glass

Javier Moreno Zacarés

University of Warwick, United Kingdom

JS_RN09_RN20_RN21_10: Crossing Methodological Boundaries: Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Economic Sociology
Location: GM.333
Chair: Wolfgang Aschauer, University of Salzburg
Chair: Sebastian Koos, University of Konstanz

Linking Theoretical Aims By Crossing Methodological Boundaries. On The Usefulness Of Various Data Types For Economic Sociology

Nina Baur, Linda Hering

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

Structures And Mechanisms - Methodological Problems Of Explanation In Economic Sociology

Gerhard Fuchs

Universität Stuttgart, Germany

Let’s Talk About Needs: A Laboratory Experiment On The Influence Of Social Distance On Distributive Justice

Sabine Neuhofer

University of Vienna, Austria

Factors that Influence Music Artists Success: Analysis of Russian Music Scene

Lada Litvinova

HSE University, Russian Federation

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