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Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
SP01: Urban Futures - with Michael Keith
Location: The Bridgewater Hall
Chair: Elisa Pieri, University of Manchester
 

The Metropolis and Contemporary Life: The Times and Spaces of the Interdisciplinary in the Cities of Tomorrow

Michael Keith

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

SP02: Populism, Racism and Everyday Life in Europe - with Miranda Christou, Christian Fuchs and Farzana Shain
Location: BS.G.36
Chair: Monica Massari, University of Milan
Chair: Lena Margareta Näre, University of Helsinki
 

The Appropriation of ‘Difference’ by the Extreme Right

Miranda Christou

University of Cyprus, Cyprus



Towards a Critical Theory of Nationalism and Contemporary Authoritarian Capitalism

Christian Fuchs

University of Westminster, United Kingdom



Generation 9/11: British Muslim Girls Talk About Their Past, Present And Future Lives

Farzana Shain

Keele University, United Kingdom

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

SP04: Sociology, Feminisms and the Future of Global Gender Research - with Elisabetta Ruspini & Rassa Ghaffari and Katarina Giritli Nygren & Angelika Sjöstedt Landén
Location: BS.G.26
Chair: Lise Widding Isaksen, University of Bergen, Norway
Chair: Consuelo Corradi, Lumsa University
 

Millennial Feminisms Between Eastern And Western Cultures. The Case Of Iran

Elisabetta Ruspini, Rassa Ghaffari

University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy



Feminist Responses to Anti-Gender Mobilisation - Feminism Against Conservative Threats (FEMACT)

Anna Katarina Giritli Nygren, Angelika Sjöstedt Landén

Forum for Gender Studies, Mid Sweden University, Sweden

SP05: Contested Boundaries of Humanitarianism. Refugee Movements and the Global Crisis of Asylum Systems - with Julia Dahlvik and Dimitris Parsanoglou
Location: BS.G.35
Chair: Kenneth Horvath, University of Lucerne
 

On Governing Protection-Seeking People in Europe

Julia Dahlvik

FH Campus Wien University of Applied Sciences, Austria



Volunteering for Refugees and the Repositioning of State Sovereignty and Civil Society: The Case of Greece

Dimitris Parsanoglou

Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Greece

 
10:30am
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11:00am
CB1: Coffee Break
11:00am
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12:30pm
JS_RN01_RN13_01: Intergenerational Relations in Times of Ageing Societies
Location: BS.4.04B
Chair: Jacques-Antoine Gauthier, University of Lausanne
Chair: Katarzyna Suwada, Nicolaus Copernicus University
 

Great-grandparent: a non-existing family role? A French example

Veronika Kushtanina

University of Burgundy Franche-Comté, France



Social Inequalities in Support Patterns Between Multiple Generations in Europe Over Time

Nekehia Quashie3, Martina Brandt1, Christian Deindl2

1: TU Dortmund, Germany; 2: HHU Duesseldorf, Germany; 3: TU Dortmund, Germany (from April 2019)



The Relationship Between Childhood Socio-Economic Circumstances And Intergenerational Solidarity In Later Life: Socialisation Versus Resources.

Margot Maes, Jorik Vergauwen, Dimitri Mortelmans

University Of Antwerp, Belgium



The importance of Relationship History for Provision of Informal Care to Parents. A 10-year Follow-up of Middle-aged Daughters and Sons in Norway

Hanna Vangen Nordbø

NOVA, OsloMet, Norway



Multi-Generational Care, Intergenerational Ambivalence and Prioritisation of Care.

Junko Yamashita1, Naoko Soma2

1: University of Bristol, United Kingdom; 2: National Yokohama University, Japan

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_RN20_RN27_01: Decolonizing social research: Practices and reflections on the democratization of social research
Location: BS.4.06B
Chair: Silvia Cataldi, sapienza university of rome
Chair: Andrea Vargiu, Università di Sassari
 

Citizen Science as a Way to the Democratisation of Social Research

Egle Butkeviciene1, Bálint Balázs2

1: Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania; 2: Environmental Social Science Research Group, Hungary



Academic Neo-colonialism in Writing Practices: Geographic Markers in Three Journals from Japan, Turkey and the US

Murat Ergin, Aybike Alkan

Koc University, Turkey



“Politik als Beruf”. Thinking the Quality of Public Action

Fiorella Vinci

eCampus University, Italy



Doing Participatory Action Research In Times Of Neoliberism

Andrea Vargiu1, Mariantonietta Cocco1, Zoraida Mendiwelso-Bendek2

1: Università di Sassari, Italy; 2: Lincoln University, United Kingdom

JS_RN20_RN28_01: Qualitative Research in the Field of Sport and Embodiment
Location: BS.1.25
Chair: Honorata Jakubowska, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland
Chair: Florian Elliker, University of St.Gallen
 

‘Contact Zones’ of Knowledge Communication: Touching and Sensing Bodies in Youth Training and Dementia Diagnosis

Ajit Jacob Singh

Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space, Germany



Diagrams of Bodily Inscription: Relational Spaces in the Sociological Description of Sport

Russell Dudley-Smith1, Natasha Ewa Whiteman2

1: UCL, United Kingdom; 2: University of Leicester, United Kingdom



A Sociological Analysis of The Temporality of parkrun

Yuwei Lin

University of Roehampton, United Kingdom



The Methodological Gap: How to Apprehend Body and Embodiment in Sociology

Aurélie Aromatario

Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

RN01_01a: Ageing and the Life Course
Location: UP.3.204
Chair: Kathrin Komp-Leukkunen, University of Helsinki
 

Non Take-Up of Welfare Benefits and Poverty Trajectories in Old Age in Switzerland: Results from a five-year follow-up study

Sonja Kubat1, Rainer Gabriel1,2,3, Kushtrim Adili1

1: Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW); 2: Center for the interdisciplinary study of gerontology and vulnerability (CIGEV); 3: National Centre of Competence in Research LIVES – Overcoming vulnerability: Life course perspectives



Social Support Provision and Employment Trajectories – Longitudinal Findings on Gender Inequalities from the German Ageing Survey

Claudia Vogel, Daniela Klaus

German Centre of Gerontology, Germany



Emotional Support Networks and Care Exchanges: a Life Course Perspective

Tiziana Nazio

WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Germany



Lifecourse and Old-Age Vulnerability: The Case of Migrants in Switzerland

Sarah M. Ludwig-Dehm, Oana Ciobanu

University of Geneva, Switzerland

RN01_01b: Quality of Life, Life Satisfaction and Well-being in Older Age
Location: UP.3.205
Chair: Dirk Hofaecker, University of Duisburg-Essen
 

The Relativity of the Financial Quality of Life in Old Age – An Empirical Analysis of Pensioners’ Subjective Income Comparisons and Financial Satisfaction (in Finland)

Liisa-Maria Palomäki

Finnish Centre for Pensions, Finland



Silver Workers' Dimensions Of (Life) Satisfaction - How Satisfied Are They?

Regina Ilona Gerlich

Careum School of Health LTD, Switzerland



A Cross-cultural Study of Social Exclusion and Subjective Well-being among Older Adults: findings from European Social Survey

Sunwoo Lee

Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic

RN01_01c: Social Networks and Intergenerational Relations in old Age
Location: UP.3.209
Chair: Anna Urbaniak, Irish Centre for Social Gerontology
 

Intergenerational Solidarity in European Welfare States: Older Parents as Support Network?

Bettina Isengard, Ronny König, Marc Szydlik

University of Zurich, Switzerland



Social Capital Of Older Migrants, And Its Consequences For Well-Being: A Study On Share Data

Pryanka Boerio

University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy



Time to Others and Time for Oneself: Strategies of Resistance in Old Age

Stefania Fucci, Anna Rosa Favretto

University of Eastern Piedmont, Italy



Regular Grandchild Care and Grandparents' Labour Supply in Europe

Ginevra Floridi

London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom

RN02_01a: Theoretical Development in Arts Sociology and Cultural Studies
Location: GM.306
Chair: Tasos Zembylas, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
 

Aesthetic Power and Aesthetic Fields: Theoretical and Conceptual Tools for Integrating the Work of Art into Sociological Analysis

Victoria D. Alexander1, Anne E. Bowler2

1: Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom; 2: University of Delaware, United States



Bourdieu's Political Capital Revisited - Artists' Political Activities in View of the Field Theory

Volker Kirchberg

Leuphana University of Lueneburg, Germany



The Origins of the Structure of the Modern Art Field in Spain: Understanding Boundaries, Barriers and Belongings

Vera Renau

Universitat de Barcelona, Spain



The Impact of Cultural Competencies on the Reception of Visual Art

Holger Lübbe, Otte Gunnar, Wingerter Luisa

Institute of Sociology, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany

RN02_01b: Process of Production, Presentation of Arts
Location: GM.307
Chair: Sari Karttunen, Center for Cultural Policy Research CUPORE
 

The Legitimisation of Art Photography in Italy

Lorenzo Giuseppe Zaffaroni

Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy



Discursive Infection, Incubation and Delirium in Life Stories on Becoming an Artist

Piotr Szenajch

Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland



Masterpieces of Visual Art - A Survey

Voica Pușcașiu

"Babeș-Bolyai" University, Romania



The Social Turn in the Literary Field – Is Sharing Reading Experiences and the Love of Books in Social Media Reshaping the Literary Field?

Maaria Linko

University of Helsinki

RN03_01: Biographical Methods in the Qualitative Research
Location: GM.334
Chair: Kaja Kazmierska, University of Lodz
 

Connecting The Dots: Mapping The Field Of Biographical Research In Europe

João Baía, Ana Caetano, Magda Nico

ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal



Considerations on Triangulation of Biographical Narrative Interviews and Expert Interviews - Methodological Modifications and Extensions to Identify Relations Between Biography and Practical Theory

André Epp

University of Education Karlsruhe, Germany



Understanding Socio-Political Values through Biographies

Albertina Pretto, Debora Marcucci

University of Trento, Italy



Lifeworld - The Sociology of Alfred Schutz, Screening and Discussion of the Documentary Film

Hermílio Santos

PUCRS, Brazil

RN04_01: Borders and Theory in Childhood Studies I
Location: GM.327
Chair: Ana Nunes de Almeida, Instituto Ciencias Sociais - ULisboa
Time allocation: 15' presentation directly followed by 5' consecutive discussion on the paper presented, and at the end of the session 10' general discussion of all papers presented in the session.
 

Children and Animals as objects of study of the Sociology of Childhood

Ana Nunes de Almeida, Veronica Policarpo

Instituto Ciencias Sociais - ULisboa, Portugal



Childhood Studies And Politics Of Childhood: Essential Contributions To The Future Of Democracy In The 21st Century

Heinz Suenker

Wuppertal University, Germany



Panopticon, Materiality and Generational Relations in Early Childhood

Randi Dyblie Nilsen

NTNU, Norway



Play-based Participatory Research with Children: Transforming Boundaries and Belonging

Laura Helen Virginia Wright1,2

1: University of Edinburgh; 2: International Institute for Child Rights and Development

RN05_01a: Consumption and inequalities
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Arne Dulsrud, Oslo Metropolitan University
 

‘Welcome to the Shopping Revolution’: The Metro Centre and the Rise of Neoliberal Consumerism

Emma Helen Casey

Northumbria University, United Kingdom



Economic Scarcity and Wellbeing: Consumption-Based Measures for Poverty and Deprivation

Nan Bakkeli

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway



Too Poor to Die: Commodification and ‘Market Violence’ in Funeral Crowdfunding

Ella Lillqvist, Anu A. Harju

University of Helsinki, Finland

RN05_01b: Prosumption
Location: BS.G.35
Chair: Stefan Wahlen, Wageningen University
 

'Prosumption' At Night: Are ’Prosumers’ More Likely To Time-shift Everyday Practices To Reduce Peak Electricity Demand?

Anders Rhiger Hansen, Mette Hove Jacobsen

Aalborg University, Denmark



Employee Branding as ‘Class’ Consumption: Towards a Reframing of Employee Agency from ‘Pro-sumption’ to ‘Refor-sumption’

Ayman Mohamed Ragaa El-Amir

Trent University, Canada



Prosuming Lifestyles: Young People's Prosumption as a Means of Establishing and Evaluating Lifestyles.

Konstantinos Theodoridis

Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom



Smart Home Technologies Enabling Energy Flexibility: The Importance Of Embodied Know-how

Simon Peter Aslak Kondrup Larsen

Aalborg University, Denmark

RN05_01c: Leisure
Location: BS.G.36
Chair: Piergiorgio Degli Esposti, university of bologna
 

Between Data Collection And Learning – Focus Group Interviews As A Tool For Informing Policy

Michael Egerer1, Anna Alanko1, Matilda Hellman1, Johanna Järvinen-Tassopoulos2, Tuulia Lerkkanen1

1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: National Institute of Health and Welfare, Finland



Social Practices in Consumption of Theatre

Jani Oskari Varpa

University of Helsinki, Finland



A Study on the Importance of Leisure Activity: How to Improve Quality of Leisure

Hong Danbi

Yonsei University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

RN06_01: Reclaiming the Left in Dystopian Times
Location: GM.332
Chair: Angela Wigger, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Chair: David J. Bailey, University of Birmingham
 

Exit Lexit, Enter Rosa: The meaning of internationalism today

Owen Worth

University of Limerick, Ireland



Disrupting Authoritarian Populism In The European Union. Cracks And Fissures Of A Post-hegemonic Mode Of Governance

Nikolai Huke

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany



What Work Capability Assessments Tell Us of the Post-2008 Conjuncture

Clemence Lucie Elise Fourton

Caen University, France

RN07_01: Sociology of Culture: Place and territory
Location: GM.335
Chair: Carmen Leccardi, University of Milano-Bicocca
 

“The Giants? They Came And They Were Great, But Then They Were Gone!” The impact of Liverpool 2008 European Capital of Culture on local cultural participation and engagement

Stephen Crone1, Rafaela Neiva Ganga2, Michael Atkinson1

1: University of Liverpool, United Kingdom; 2: Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom



Do Cultural Practices and Cultural Offerings Define Territories Differently?

Jason Luckerhoff, Marie-Claude Lapointe

Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada



From the “What” and “How” to the “Where”: Class Distinction as a Matter of Place

Jens Koehrsen

University of Basel, Switzerland



What Can(Not) Culture Do for the Sustainable Development Of Cities: The Cold Winter of the Bulgarian ECoC Plovdiv 2019

Svetlana Hristoforova Hristova

South-West University "Neofit Rilsky", Bulgaria

RN08_01: Comparative Perspectives on Socio-Economic Crisis
Location: UP.4.214
Chair: Nicholas Petropoulos, Pedagogical Institute of Greece
 

Exploring Solidarity Practices in Times of Crisis in Greece: Applications of Mixed Method Designs

Stefania Kalogeraki

University of Crete, Greece



The Refugee Crisis In Greece: Early Narratives On Social Disasters Through The Daily Press.

Joanna Tsiganou1, Grigoris Gkougkousis2, Dimitris Tourlidas3, Christina Varouxi1, Ifigeneia Vagia2

1: National Centre for Social Research, Athens, Greece; 2: Panteion University, Athens, Greece; 3: National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece



Migration Crisis in Europe as a Test for Resilience of European Societies?

Barbara Pasamonik, Danuta Duch

The Maria Grzegorzewska University, Poland



International Humanitarian Aid Operations in the Protracted Refugee and Migration Crisis in Greece since 2015

Cordula Dittmer, Daniel F. Lorenz

Disaster Research Unit (DRU), Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

RN09_01: Economic Sociology and Social and Economic Inequality I
Location: BS.3.28
Chair: Sebastian Koos, University of Konstanz
Chair: Alberto Veira-Ramos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
 

The Role of Wealthy Elites in Financialisation and Escalating Inequality in Britain

Donna Carmichael

London School of Economics, United Kingdom



Creditworthiness seekers. The case of Swiss franc mortgage borrowers in Poland.

Przemysław Wechta

Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland, Poland



Perceived Tax Burdens and Preferences for Redistribution – Evidence from a Survey Experiment

Fabian Kalleitner

University of Vienna, Austria



Forms of Social Capital in the Field of Economists. Between Scientific and Worldly Powers

Thierry Rossier1,2, Pierre Benz1

1: University of Lausanne, Switzerland; 2: Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

RN10_01a: Aspiration, choice, selection in secondary education (1)
Location: UP.3.210
Chair: Antigoni Alba Papakonstantinou, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
 

Change in Young People’s Educational Aspiration Profiles within Secondary Education

Mira Kalalahti, Janne Varjo

University of Helsinki, Finland



Out Of Reach And Out Of Control. Does Futility Culture, Futility And Self-efficacy Mediate School Composition Effects On Higher Education Enrollment?

Isis Vandelannote, Jannick Demanet

University Ghent, Belgium



Educational and Career Choice of Russian School-leavers

Elena Minina, Ekaterina Pavlenko

Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation



A Search for the Determinants of Educational Expectations of 10th Graders in Four European Cities: The Role of School SES Composition and Student Engagement

Laura Van den Broeck1, Kristjana Stella Blondal2, Eifred Markussen3, Marina Elias4

1: Ghent University, Belgium; 2: University of Iceland, Iceland; 3: Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education (NIFU), Norway; 4: Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain

RN10_01b: Contextual factors in education
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Adriana Aubert, University of Barcelona
 

Teaching Styles and School Alienation in Luxembourgish Primary Schools: A Mixed-Method Study

Alyssa Laureen Grecu, Andreas Hadjar

University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg



A Sociological View On Teacher Efficacy: A Closer Look At The School Context

Lennart Van Eycken, Mieke Van Houtte

Ghent University, Belgium



Remaking Place-Based Education Inequality in an Era of Austerity: The Interactive Effects of Education Austerity Reforms and Neighborhood Distress and Gentrification in Chicago

Stephanie Farmer1, Ashley Baber2

1: Roosevelt University, United States of America; 2: Loyola University - Chicago



Interplays Between Individual And Social Group Factors In School Bullying

Selma Therese Lyng

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

RN10_01c: Social resources and supports in education
Location: UP.3.212
Chair: Ece Cihan Ertem, Lund University
 

Social Resources Promoting Persistence in Higher Education

Gabriella Pusztai, Klára Kovács, Valéria Markos

University of Debrecen, Hungary



Educative Participation: Social Impact of Family Education

Mimar Ramis-Salas, Sandra Racionero-Plaza

Universitat de Barcelona, Spain



Status and Popularity in Mixed Ethnicity Primary Schools in Hungary: A Mixed Methods Approach

Akos Bocskor1,2

1: Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary; 2: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Centre for Social Sciences, Computational Social Science – Research Center for Educational and Network Studies (CSS – RECENS)



The Influence Of The Partner On The Academic Success

Ana Brömmelhaus

Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany

RN11_01a: Theorizing Emotion
Location: BS.3.26
Chair: Jonathan G. Heaney, Queen's University Belfast
 

Emotion and Utopian Imagination

Jordan McKenzie

University of Wollongong, Australia



Emotions in Social Interactions: Human Feelings and the Interaction Order

Maja Sawicka

University of Warsaw, Poland



From Alienation To Shame, And Back Again

Lorenzo Bruni

University of Perugia, Italy



Emotions, Boundaries, and Societal Divides: A Critical Examination from a Communication-theoretical Point of View

Robin Kurilla

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

RN11_01b: Emotions and Collective Action
Location: BS.3.27
Chair: Alberto Martín Pérez, University of Barcelona
 

Emotions in Riots. Exploring Micro-level Dynamics in Riots in Belfast 1969-2010

Alba Arenales

Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom



Feeling solidarity with strangers: The Rose Marches and the sociology of emotions

Tore Witsø Rafoss

KIFO, Institute for Church, Religion, and Worldview Research



“You’ll Never Walk Alone”: Exploring Collective Emotion At The Hillsborough Vigil

Chris Robson Day

Coventry University, United Kingdom

RN12_01a: Social Theory and the Environment
Location: BS.3.21
Chair: Henriette Rutjes, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ
 

Reconceptualizing Metabolic Rifts as the Product of Strategic Essentialism within a Socially Constructed Adaptive Landscape

Paul Joseph McLaughlin

SUNY Geneseo, United States of America



Learning to Downsize

Magnus Boström

Örebro University, Sweden



Too Rich To Be Green. Challenging Postmaterialism Thesis

Dan Brockington1, Marina Requena-i-Mora1,2

1: The University of Sheffield; 2: The University of València

RN12_01b: Sustainable Mobilities
Location: BS.3.22
Chair: Audrone Telešienė, Kaunas University of Technology
 

Professional Actors’ Imagination Of The Future Of Personal Transportation

Annika Ulrike Arnold

University of Stuttgart, Germany



Understanding Daily Travel Mode: Insights From An Mobility Experiment Conducted In The Ruhr Area In Germany

Christiane Lübke

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany



The Social Perception Of Driving Bans For Older Diesel Cars In Stuttgart (Germany) – Results From A Focus Group Study

Marco Sonnberger, Matthias Leger

University of Stuttgart, Germany

RN12_01c: Environmental Dilemmas and Paradoxes
Location: BS.3.23
Chair: Nona Schulte-Römer, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ
 

Choosing Green Energy. A Social Dilemma With a Solution

Ulf Liebe1,2, Jennifer Gewinner3, Andreas Diekmann3,4

1: University of Warwick; 2: University of Bern; 3: ETH Zurich; 4: University of Leipzig



Beyond the Present: Managing Time Structures in Energy Policy of Poland after 1989.

Aleksandra Wagner

Jagiellonian University, Poland



Co-operation and Conflict on the Canal: Hydrosocial Convivialities on the Inland Waterways

Maarja Kaaristo1, Dominic Medway1, Steven Rhoden1, Jamie Burton2, Helen Bruce3

1: Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom; 2: University of Manchester, United Kingdom; 3: Lancaster University, United Kingdom



Polarisations in Perceived Pathways for Sustainability: Insights from Mining Industry in Estonia

Kati Orru

University of Tartu, Estonia

RN13_01a: Family forms and their change in historical time or across the life-course I
Location: UP.2.218
Chair: Detlev Lück, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)
Chair: Marion Fischer-Neumann, University of Hamburg
 

Family Inclusiveness: Its Relation With Cumulative Advantages in the Life Course

Marlene Sapin1, Eric D Widmer2

1: University of Geneva, Switzerland; 2: University of Lausane, FORS & NCCR LIVES, Switzerland



Feeling Trapped in Singlehood: Experiences and Challenges of Single People in Israel

Libby Bear, Shira Offer

Bar-Ilan University, Israel



Becoming a Family out of Wedlock: Finnish Mothers’ Perspective

Vaula Tuomaala

University of Eastern Finland, Finland



Changing Conceptions: Understandings Of Belonging, Genetics, Family And Kin Relationships Over Time In Lesbian Parent Families

Kathryn Almack

University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

RN13_01b: Parent-child relations, mothering and fathering practices I
Location: UP.2.219
Chair: Malene Gram, Aalborg University
Chair: Marta Magdalena Bierca, University of Social Sciences and Humanities
 

Child Centredness: Reporting on an Australian Study into Positive Post Separation Parenting

Priscilla Dunk-West, Kristin Natalier

Flinders University, Australia



Children, Family, Agency, And Display

Sara Ann McNamee, Sam Frankel

King's University College at Western, Canada



Children’s Families as a Resource and a Problem in Educational Settings

Kimmo Jokinen, Henna Pirskanen, Anu Karhinen-Soppi, Tiina Lämsä, Marianne Notko, Tomi Oinas

University of Jyväskylä, Finland



Does Parental Depression Really Lower Child Well-being? A Comparison Of Parents’ And Children’s (Self-) Assessment.

Stephanie Hess, Matthias Pollmann-Schult

Otto-Von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany

RN13_01c: Couple formation in digital age
Location: UP.2.220
Chair: Catherine McNamee, Queen's University Belfast
Chair: Daniela Schiek, University of Duisburg-Essen
 

In Search of Relational Reflexivity at the Early Years of Marriage. A Comparative Study on Family Formation in Moscow and Milan

Matteo Moscatelli1, Ivan Pavlyutkin2, Mariia Goleva2, Elisabetta Carrà1

1: Università Cattolica di Milano, Italy; 2: Saint Tikhon’s Orthodox University



Couple Formation Scenarios In The Internet: The Case Of Russia

Liliia Pankratova

Saint Petersburg State University, Russian Federation



Intimate Surveillance Gone Digital

Courtney Emma Hagen Ford

Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom



"Delete the Family": Designing the Smart Home and its Platform Family

Murray Goulden

University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

RN14_01: Policy Discourses
Location: UP.4.211
Chair: Ana Maria Lopez-Narbona, University of Malaga
 

Bringing Women on Board? ‘Women-Friendly' Welfare States and Gender Balance in Top Jobs

Helen Kowalewska

University of Southampton, United Kingdom



Fluidity And Consistency In Policy Discourses On Gender Equality

Oana-Elena Negrea

University of Bucharest, Romania



Gender Equality Standards In Debate In Time Of Economic And Political Restructuring

Sandra Valerie Constantin, Carola Togni

University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland (HES.SO), Switzerland



Light and shadow in gender inequality policies. The case of the Italian Affirmative Action

Fatima Farina3, Domenico Carbone1, Joselle Dagnes2

1: University of Eastern Piedmont Italy; 2: University of Turin Italy; 3: University of Urbino Carlo Bo Italy

RN15_01: Going Beyond Methodological Nationalism
Location: BS.4.04A
Chair: Tiina Kontinen, University of Jyväskylä
 

The Challenge of a Global Sociological Imagination

Marco Caselli

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy



Situating The Self: Towards A Global Sociology Of Migrancy And Identity?

Peter Holley

University of Helsinki, Finland



„Making Up People “ Globally. Analyzing the Institutionalization of Global Categories of Difference

Marion Mueller, Hannah Bennani

Universoty of Tuebingen, Germany

RN16_01a: Health Technologies and Biomedicine
Location: UP.4.204
Chair: Ana Patrícia Hilário, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa
 

Quantification of Life, Digital Health and the “Endoptikon”: Are We Entering an Era of Algorithmic Discrimination?

Antonio Maturo

Bologna University, Italy



Self-tracking And Health Promotion: Individual Versus Social Practices.

Erling Jelsoe

Roskilde University, Denmark



Robotic Surgery: Staying with the trouble between STS and Sociology of Health

Maria Carmela Agodi, Ilenia Picardi

Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy



Bacterial vaccine development in Benin, West Africa and Helsinki, Finland: anticipating the post-antibiotic world

Salla Sariola

University of Helsinki, Finland

RN16_01b: Health Professions
Location: UP.4.205
Chair: Dino Numerato, Charles University
 

The Challenge Of Interprofessional Care For Health Professions. Obstacles And Resistance In The Italian Case.

Barbara Sena1, Silvia Cataldi2, Federica Fusillo2, Enrico De Luca2

1: Unitelma Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; 2: Sapienza University of Rome



Cooperation in Multiprofessional Child Protection Groups

Christoph Sucherdt

Universität Kassel, Germany



Decision-making During Childbirth: The Challenges of ‘Choice’ for Midwives and Obstetricians

Ellen Annandale1, Sian Beynon-Jones1, Helen Baston2, Lyn Brierley-Jones1, Alison Brodrick2, Jo Green1, Clare Jackson1, Victoria Land1, Susan Townsend3

1: University of York, United Kingdom; 2: Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; 3: Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust



Caring Profession and Emotional Regime of the Institution: Doulas’ Institutional Work in Russian Maternity Care

Ekaterina Borozdina

European University at St.Petersburg, Russian Federation

RN16_01c: Chronic Illness Embodiment
Location: UP.4.206
Chair: Jonathan Peter Gabe, Royal Holloway, University of London
 

“I Have to Know Where I Can Go”: Negotiations of Toilet Access in Everyday Life for People with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Lauren White

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom



Boundaries of Chronicity: The Ambiguous Experience of Metastatic Breast Cancer

Cinzia Greco1,2

1: University of Manchester, United Kingdom; 2: Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine



The Role of Collective Efficacy in Long-Term Condition Management: A Metasynthesis

Ivaylo Vassilev1, Rebecca Band2, Anne Rogers3, Elizabeth James4

1: CLAHRC, Wessex, University of Southampton, United Kingdom; 2: CLAHRC, Wessex, University of Southampton, United Kingdom; 3: CLAHRC, Wessex, University of Southampton, United Kingdom; 4: CLAHRC, Wessex, University of Southampton, United Kingdom



The dominant role of medical perspective in Autism Spectrum Disorder policy in Italy

Angela Genova

Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy

RN17_01a: European Social Dialogue
Location: UP.1.218
Chair: Ylva Ulfsdotter Eriksson, University of Gothenburg
 

Multi-National Enterprises and European Social Dialogue After Enlargement – Opportunism In Asymmetric Relationships

Barbara Bechter1, Thomas Prosser2, Sabrina Weber3, Larsson Bengt4, Galetto Manuela5

1: Durham University, United Kingdom; 2: Cardiff University, united Kingdom; 3: Pforzheim University, Germany; 4: Gothenburg University, Sweden; 5: Warwick University, United Kingdom



Visible and Invisible Hands in the Transnational Wage Setting in Europe

Aarron Jason Jake Toal

Durham University, United Kingdom



Representativeness Of Social Partners In The Public Sector.

Peter Kerckhofs

Eurofound, Ireland



Regulation At Work: From Europe To The Shop Floor. The Case Of Telework In Belgium

Michel Ajzen, Evelyne Léonard

UCLouvain, Belgium

RN17_01b: Labour Market Segregation I
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Joanna Karmowska, Oxford Brookes University
 

Explaining Low Employment Rates of Migrant Women: A Qualitative Study on Labour Market Trajectories of Moroccan women in Belgium

Sara Elloukmani, Loubna Ou-Salah

University of Antwerp, Belgium



Labour Market Penalization and Segregation of Immigrants across Europe

Maurizio Avola1, Giorgio Piccitto2

1: University of Catania, Italy; 2: University of Bologna, Italy



"For the Africans, the skin color is still there" - The Influence of Origin, Ethnicity and Ethnic Networks on the Labor Market Integration of Refugees in Germany

Kristina Seidelsohn1, Andreas Hirseland2

1: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; 2: Institute for Employment Research, Germany



Labour Market Segregation And Social Assistance Beneficiaries Working For “Benefits”.

Roland Maas

Liser, Luxembourg

RN17_01c: The Variety of Work and Labour
Location: UP.2.217
Chair: Daria Luchinskaya, University of Warwick
 

The Atomic Field of Labour - Research Report on the Construction Workers of the Nuclear Power Plant in the Light of Bourdieu Theory

Iwo Tomasz Łoś

University of Warsaw, Poland



Organization and Labor Regulation in Small Scale Firms in Italy

Vincenzo Fortunato1, Andrea Bellini2

1: Università della Calabria, Italy; 2: Università di Firenze, Italy



Education & Job Activities in the Process of Achieving Adulthood. The Case of 30-year-old Poles

Agnieszka Ewa Dziedziczak-Foltyn, Jolanta Grotowska-Leder

University of Lodz, Poland



Does the Labor Market Policy Need Financial Innovations? Social Impact Bonds as a Potential Force for a Positive Change in Employment Activation

Richard Necel

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland

RN18_01a: Algorithm, Artificial Intelligence and Technology
Location: UP.4.209
Chair: Christian Fuchs, University of Westminster
 

Do Algorithms have a Right to the City? Waze and Spatial Sovereignty

Eran Fisher

The Open University of Israel, Israel



Educating to Cultural Complexity of Algorithms: Is It a Possible Challenge?

Lorenza Boninu

University of Pisa, Italy



Algorithmic Acceleration: Towards a Fast and Slow Journalism?

Jernej A. Prodnik

Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia



Beyond DAPL: Drones as Counter – Narrative Tools in Journalism Practices

Gaia Casagrande, Mohamed Amine Khaddar

La Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

RN18_01b: Online disconnection, Resistance and Refusal in the Post-digital Age
Location: UP.4.210
Chair: Tatiana Mazali, Politecnico di Torino
 

Cool Refusal: Rejecting Digital Technology in Late Capitalism

Magdalena Kania-Lundholm

Uppsala University, Sweden



Digital Is Not A Technology! Exploring Digital Resistance And Meaningful Technological Encounters In The Post-Digital Society

Claes Thorén

Uppsala university, Sweden



All Online, All Differently? Digital and Print Media Activity among Older Internet Users in Finland

Sakari Taipale, Sanna Kuoppamäki, Joonas Karhinen

University of Jyväskylä, Finland



Media, Truth and Expertise in a Changing Europe: Lessons from Central Europe’s “Disinformationists”

Zoltan Dujisin

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The

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

RN22_01: Current Research in Risk Perception and Representation
Location: UP.4.212
Chair: Aiste Balzekiene, Kaunas university of technology
 

Social Trust And Representations About Risks Of The Introduction Of Artificial Intelligence Into Everyday Life

Timofei Nestik

Institute of psychology, Russian academy of sciences, Russian Federation



European Parents’ Risk Perception Of Online Hazards: Identifying Cognitive Styles

Giuseppe Alessandro Veltri

University of Trento, Italy



Beyond Information Control – The Enabling Qualities of Fatalism

Kathrin Englert, Wolfgang Ludwig-Mayerhofer, David Waldecker

University of Siegen, Germany



Threat Response Over Time: Political Compartmentalization Of Terrorism Risk Perception

Pekka Räsänen1, Aki Koivula1, Teo Keipi1, Atte Oksanen2

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

RN23_01a: De-colonizing sexual knowledge
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Chiara Bertone, University of Eastern Piedmont
 

Decolonizing the Boomerang Effect in Global Queer Politics: A New Critical Framework for Sociological Analysis of Human Rights Contestation

Matthew Waites

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom



Homonationalist values? A comparison between European countries over time.

Leon Freude, Màrius Domínguez i Amoròs, Núria Vergés Bosch

Universitat de Barcelona, Spain



Universality of "The Summer of Sangaile": Cinematographic Causes and Transnational Effects

Jorune Linkeviciute

Sciences Po, France

RN23_01b: Embodiments and (hetero)sexual norms
Location: BS.3.25
Chair: Jacqui Gabb, The Open University
 

Embodied Sensations and Heterosexual Sex Practices

Myra Bosman

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The



Does Marriage Really Improve Sexual Satisfaction? Evidence from the Pairfam Dataset

Elyakim Kislev

Hebrew University, Israel



Sexuality as a Private and a Social Space. The Margins of Research Regarding Old Age and Gender in Poland

Mariola Marta Bieńko/Greczyn

University of Warsaw/Institute of Applied Social Sciences, Poland



Women And Sexual Abstinence

Karen Cuthbert

University of Leeds, United Kingdom

RN24_01a: Science, technology, innovation & society I
Location: UP.3.213
Chair: Harald Rohracher, Linköping University
 

The Social and Ethical Challenges Of The Intellectual Property Rights In Human Genome Editing Technologies

Franc Mali

University of Ljubljana/ Faculty of Social Sciences, Slovenia



DNA Recombination/Archeology of Artificial Life

Eva Slesingerova

Goethe University, Germany/ Masaryk University, Czech Republic



The Technopolitics of an Augmented and Virtual Reality: Gamifications in the Womb of Neoliberalism

Daniel Muriel, Jaime Cuenca

University of Deusto (Spain)



Innovation Practices in Social Collaborative Frames: Hackathons Are Not For Hackers?

Julianna Faludi

Corvinus University Budapest, Hungary

RN24_01b: Sociological concepts for comparative science and technology studies
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Jochen Glaser, TU Berlin
Chair: Thomas Franssen, Leiden University
 

Which Concepts Support The Comparison Of Researchers’ Autonomy In Different Research Systems And Fields?

Grit Laudel

Technical University Berlin, Germany



Changing Conditions for Innovation in Different Arts and Sciences

Richard Drummond Whitley1, Jochen Glaeser2

1: University of Manchester, United Kingdom; 2: Technical University, Berlin, Germany



A Role Theoretical Approach For Analysing Socio-technical Innovations

Ingo Schulz-Schaeffer

Technical University of Berlin, Germany



Technological Interdependencies And Its Epistemic Consequences In The Humanities

Thomas Franssen

CWTS, Leiden University, The Netherlands

RN25_01: Urban social movements
Location: GM.330
Chair: Lorenzo Bosi, Scuola Normale Superiore
 

Whose Right to the City? The Class Dimension of Urban Struggles in Zagreb and Belgrade

Danijela Dolenec1, Karlo Kralj2, Ana Balković3

1: University of Zagreb, Croatia; 2: Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy; 3: , Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain



Waste Pickers, Resistance And The Urban Commons. Stories From The Resilient Community La Chureca

Patrik Zapata1, María José Zapata Campos1, Jessica Peréz2

1: University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 2: University of Central America, UCA, Nicaragua



"Lulu's Movements in multilevel Struggles in Italy"

Giuliana Sorci1, Donatella della Porta2, Gianni Piazza1, Niccolò Bertuzzi2

1: University of Catania; 2: Scuola Normale Superiore, Firenze



Understanding Cycling Activism

Peter Cox

University of Chester, United Kingdom



New Seasons Of A Claim Among The Right To The City And The Right To Inhabit: The Case Of Naples

Ciro Clemente De Falco2, Gabriella Punziano1

1: Department of Social Sciences - University of Naples Federico II, Italy; 2: Department of Social Sciences - University of Naples Federico II, Italy

RN26_01: Non- takeup of benefits or services
Location: GM.328
Chair: Janne Paulsen Breimo, Nord University
 

The Non-take-up of Welfare Benefits - A Strange Normality

Felix Wilke

German Statutory Pension, Germany



Shifting Welfare Boundaries: Paradoxical Outcomes of Activation Policies

Emilie Rosenstein, Jean-Michel Bonvin

University of Geneva, Switzerland



Barriers in Accessing Services and Monetary Benefits – A Comparative Perspective With New Insights From a Study on the German Basic Safety Net

Ralf Maxime Lüth

University of Kassel, Germany

RN29_01: Refigurations, Reflexivity and Rebellion
Location: GM.325
Chair: Frank Welz, University of Innsbruck
 

(Not) Beyond The European Perspective Of Social Theory: Analysing Relationship Within New Service

Kornelia Hahn

University of Salzburg, Austria



The Refiguration of Society

Hubert Knoblauch

TU Berlin, Germany



Market Reflexivity, Media Reflexivity and Reflexivity in Japan

Machiko Nakanishi

Chukyo University, Japan



The Everyday Spatiality of Rebellion

Csaba Szaló

Masaryk University, Czech Republic

RN30_01a: Work and employment I: Pathways from education
Location: GM.302
Chair: Sanna Aaltonen, University of Eastern Finland
 

Young People's Pathways From Education To Employment: Contexts, Methods, Policy and Explanation

Sarah Irwin

University of Leeds, United Kingdom



The Impact of Lifelong Learning Policies on Youth Life Projects

Siyka Kostadinova Kovacheva

University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria



Routes Through Education Into Employment As England Enters The 2020s

Ken Roberts

University of Liverpool, United Kingdom



Use Of New Technologies And Family Sociodemographic Characteristics. A Descriptive Study Of University Youth

Alba Navalón-Mira, Pablo de-Gracia-Soriano, Raúl Ruiz-Callado

University of Alicante, Spain



Learner Identity: Young Chinese People and Their Path-keepers in School Transition

Ziyu Wang

University of Helsinki, Finland

RN30_01b: Participation I: Political engagement
Location: GM.303
Chair: Ilaria Pitti, University of Siena
 

Political Engagement Through Life Course And Youth Transitions

Nuno de Almeida Alves

ISCTE-IUL, Portugal



Accounting Participation in Political Groups. Individual Meanings and Collective Perspectives in Young Activists’ Narratives

Carlo Genova

University of Turin, Italy



Cohort, Age and Time Effects on Political Participation of Young People in Serbia 1995-2018

Dragan Stanojevic

Faculty of Philosophy Belgrade, Serbia



Social Manipulation Of Contemporary Youth In Russia

Nadezda Osipova

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation

RN30_01c: Risk and agency
Location: GM.304
Chair: Signe Ravn, University of Melbourne
 

“No One Learned”: Interpreting a Drugs Crackdown Operation and its Consequences Through the ‘Lens’ of Social Harm

Will Mason

The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom



Young People, Well-being and Risk-taking: Doing Gender in Relation to Practices of Health and Heavy Drinking

Jukka Antero Törrönen, Filip Roumeliotis, Eva Samuelsson

Stockholm University, Sweden



Cat Calling, Sexual Harassment And Women's Strategies Of Resistance DuringThe Second Largest Festival in Europe The Roskilde Festival

Annette Michelsen la Cour

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark



The Code of Civility: An Ethnography of Youth Culture, Adaptation and Survival in Croatia's Post-War Apartheid

Jenae Michelle Carpenter

The University of Melbourne, Australia

RN31_01: Anti-Roma Racism in Context
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Holger Knothe, IUBH Nürnberg
 

Dialectic on Enlightenment as a Critique of Antigypsyism

Markus End

Technical University Berlin, Germany



No Pollution and no Roma in my Backyard. Class and Race in Framing Local Activism in Eastern Slovakia.

Daniel Škobla1, Richard Filčák2

1: Slovak Academy of Science, Slovak Republic; 2: Slovak Academy of Science, Slovak Republic



SARTUCUE: Roma women contesting gender violence within the Iglesia Evangélica Filadelfia

Teresa Sorde-Marti1, Emilia Aiello2, Jerusalen Amador3, Juanita Candamil4, Begoña Abad-Miguélez5

1: UNIVERSITAT AUTÒNOMA DE BARCELONA; 2: UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA; 3: UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA; 4: UNIVERSITAT AUTÒNOMA DE BARCELONA; 5: University of the Basque Country



“Us and Them & the Third”: The Politics of Fear within the Far Right in Germany & Austria

Claudia Globisch

Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB), Germany

RN32_01a: Citizenship and Civil society (I)
Location: GM.338
Chair: Pauline Cullen, Maynooth University
 

Traditional active or monitorial citizens? Citizenship Typology in Lithuania

Jurate Imbrasaite

Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania



Digital Clientelism? Microtargeting as Promise and Contextualized Political Tool

Isabel Kusche

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



Critical Voices and Contention: Modes of Civil Society Mobilisation Around Disability in Russia

Philippa Simone Mullins

London School of Economics, United Kingdom



How Social Capital and Experiences in the Workplace Mediate the Relationship between Education and Political Participation.

Bram Geurkink, Agnes Akkerman, Roderick Sluiter

Radboud University, Netherlands, The

RN32_01b: Parties, Politics, and Societies
Location: GM.339
Chair: Hans Joerg Trenz, University of Copenhagen
 

Left and Right on Immigration and Welfare: Representations of the immigration / welfare quandary in party programs in Scandinavia

Anne Skevik Grødem

Institute for Social Research, Norway



Left-right Ideological Self-placement In Seven Democracies, 2006-2013

Hendrik Jakobus Kotze1, Carlos Rivero2

1: Stellenbosch University, South Africa; 2: Valencia University, Spain



Social Causes of Ethnic Parties Formation in Nepal

Jhakendra Gharti Magar, Urika Thapa

Tribhuvan University, Saraswati Multiple Campus, Nepal



What Went Wrong with the Theories of Moderation and What Does the AKP Case of Turkey Show Us?

Pelin Ayan Musil

Anglo-American University, Czech Republic

RN33_01a: Gender and Resource Management: Households, Negotiations and Strategies
Location: BS.3.14
Chair: Adéla Souralová, Masaryk University
 

Employment Guarantee Schemes: Their Role in Marital Negotiation of Work in India and Bangladesh

Wendy Kay Olsen

University of Manchester, United Kingdom



Gender Differences in Reported Relationship between Spouses’ Housework Hours and Relative Income

Joanna Syrda

University of Bath, United Kingdom



Household Time-Use Or Individuals Characteristics To Increase Women´s Participation? Evidence From Colombia

Michelle Camile Vernot López

University of Barcelona, Spain



Money Management and Gender Equality: An Analysis of Dual-Earner Couples in Western Europe

Cemile Beyda Cineli

Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain

RN33_01b: Gender, Migration and Care
Location: BS.3.15
Chair: Milica Antić Gaber, Universiry of Ljubljana
 

'Good care’?: Nannies and Au Pairs Negotiating Different Views on Care

Terese Anving

Lund University, Sweden



Egalitarian Ideologies on the Move: Changing Care Practices and Gender Norms in Norway.

Lise Widding Isaksen, Mariya Bikova

University of Bergen, Norway, Denmark



Transnational Care Obligations and the Political Economy of Care Work

Dóra Gábriel1,2

1: Hungarian Demographic Research Institute, Hungary; 2: University of Pécs, Hungary



Understanding Migrants' Negotiations Of Masculinity Through Intersectional Lens

Katarzyna Wojnicka1,2, Magdalena Nowicka2

1: University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 2: German Center for Integration and Migration Research (DeZIM)

RN33_01c: Feminist knowledge and theorizing: Opportunities and Dialogues
Location: BS.3.16
Chair: Consuelo Corradi, Lumsa University
 

(Inter-)disciplinary Boundaries: (In)accessibility to Feminist Knowledge and its Production through the Educational Offer of Gender Studies at Swedish Universities

Ashley Elisabeth Haru

Uppsala University, Sweden



Bauman and Gender

Shalva Weil

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, UNISA (University of South Africa)



Peer Review As Issue Of Critical Gender Research

Felizitas Sagebiel

Bergische University of Wuppertal, Germany

RN34_01: Muslims and social cohesion I
Location: BS.4.05A
Chair: Roberta Ricucci, University of Turin
 

‘I Used To Be Muslim/I Am Not Muslim’: (De)Activation, Identity Salience and Life-Course

Uzma Kazi

Lund University, Sweden



Media coverage of Islam: Commonalities and Specificities of the Portuguese case

Francisco Santos Silva

CIES ISCTE-IUL, Portugal



The Effects of Sibling Configuration on the Religiosity among Muslim Youth in Belgium: Does the Migrant Generation Matter?

Hiroshi Kojima

Waseda University, Japan



Social Remittances And Religiosity: How Migratory Movements Affect Religion And Religious Practices In A Trans-National Social Space

Nicolamaria Coppola

Sapienza - Università di Roma, Italy



The New and the Old German Islam Conference: Conceptions of Dialogue With Islam in German Parliamentary Debates

Sebastian Matthias Schlerka

University of Bielefeld, Germany

RN35_01a: Forced Migration and Global Social Inequalities
Location: BS.G.26
Chair: Ludger Pries, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
 

The Vicious Circle of Organized Violence and Forced Migration

Ludger Pries

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany



Caporalato. An authentic agromafia

Marco Omizzolo1, Fiammetta Fanizza2

1: Tempi Moderni - net, Italy; 2: DISTUM, Department of Humanistic Studies, University of Foggia



Economic Need, Religion, and Liberal Values. The Diversity of Mechanisms that shape Migration Aspirations among Syrian Refugees in Jordan.

Guri Tyldum, Huafeng Zhang

Fafo, Norway



Chain Migration, an Endless Project of Crossing Boundaries: North Korean Defector Family Cases in South Korea

Myung-ah Son

Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

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

RN35_01c: The Local Production of Borders
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Margit Fauser, Bielefeld
 

Deciding To Detain: Border Practices Of Cantonal Street-Level Bureaucrats

Christin Achermann, Jonathan Miaz

nccr-on the move, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland



Repercussions of Borders and Boundaries in the Everyday Lives of Afghan Refugees in Switzerland

Carolin Fischer, Anna Wyss

Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland



Building Boundaries at the Border. Neighborhood Practices, Inhabitants' Mobilizations and Ethno-racial Categorization in the Border-town of Ventimiglia

Daniela Trucco

University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France



The Obligation to Learn as a Disadvantage for (Some) Family Migrants in Germany? Differential Integration Requirements as Symbolic Boundaries

Chieh Hsu

Heidelberg University, Germany

RN37_01a: The role of culture and creativity in urban transformation
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: Lígia Ferro, University of Porto / Faculty of Arts and Humanities
 

The Impact of "Big" and "Small" Art on Urban Change & Community Building: Voice from Katowice (Poland)

Marta Klekotko

JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERSITY, Poland



The Destruction of Monuments: An Analysis Urban Morphology of Diyarbakir/Suriçi

Sibel Bekiroğlu

Middle East Technical University, Turkey



The Values of Live Music in Urban Development: the Case of Rotterdam

Arno van der Hoeven, Erik Hitters

Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands



Right to the City in the Urban Peripheries: Street Art at Quinta do Mocho

Otávio Ribeiro Raposo

Centre for Research and Studies in Sociology - University Institute of Lisbon (CIES-IUL), Portugal

RN37_01b: Local elections: Agenda, policies and risks
Location: BS.3.20
Chair: Andrzej Wojciech Bukowski, Jagiellonian University
 

'Taking Back Control'? Energy Democracy, Municipalism And The Crisis Of Liberal markets.

Larry Reynolds

UCLan University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom



Decreasing Voter Turnout As A Threat To Democracy In Metropolitan Areas

Günter Warsewa

University of Bremen, Germany



The social and spatial structure of the vote for the Northern Leauge and 5 Stars Movement in Italy. A research on the Metropolitan urban area of Milan data.

Niccolò Morelli1, Bruno Cousin2, Matteo Del Fabbro2, Matteo Piolatto3, Jonathan Pratschke4, Tommaso Vitale2

1: Università di Bologna, Italy; 2: SciencesPo, France; 3: Università di Milano, Italy; 4: Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy



How Have You Learned To Be Neoliberal?: Ljubljana's Entrepreneurial Strategies And Urban Policy Transfer

Klemen Ploštajner

Faculty of Social Science, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

RS08_01: Enviromentalism, Green space, and organic production
Location: GM.331
Chair: Eeva Kristiina Luhtakallio, University of Tampere
Chair: Veikko Eranti, Tampere University
 

Possibilities Of Green Publicity? Justifications And Critiques In Debates Over Organic Agriculture And Food

Tomi Henrik Lehtimäki

University of Helsinki, Finland



Pragmatic Sociology And The Environmentalism Of Everyday Life

Laura Centemeri

CNRS, France



Communities Of Green Collaboration: Composing Commonalities In Collaborative Planning Of Public Urban Green Space

Anette Gravgaard Christensen

University of Copenhagen, Denmark



The Politics of Urban Greenspace Engagements

Troels Krarup

University of Copenhagen, Denmark



Ways of Building Commonality for Environmental Justice. About Current Academic Debates in Human Sciences

Gildas Renou

University of Lorraine, France

RS16_01: Spatial Immobilities
Location: BS.4.05B
Chair: Knut Petzold, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Chair: Heiko Rüger, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB), Germany
 

The Young Women Who Stay Behind. Spatial Immobility And Proximity As A Resource In French Rural Areas

Sophie Orange1, Fanny Renard2

1: University of Nantes, France; 2: University of Poitiers, France



Who Is Staying Behind? Characteristics Of Lifetime Stayers And Movers In Germany

Thomas Skora

Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB), Germany



Practices of Car Parking and the Construction of Immobility

Karol Kurnicki

University of Warwick, United Kingdom

RS17_01: Reconfiguring territories: Mobilities, representations and belonging
Location: BS.4.06A
Chair: María Jesús Rivera Escribano, University of the Basque Country
Chair: Apostolos G. Papadopoulos, Harokopio University
 

Rural-Urban Connections, The Mobility Transition And Its Social Representations. A Comparative Analisis Of Cases Study in Spain

Jesus Oliva1, Daniel Lopatnikov2

1: Public University of Navarre, Spain; 2: Public University of Navarre, Spain



The Role of New Residents in the Reconfiguration of Peri-urban Territories

Elvira Sanz Tolosana1, María Jesús Rivera Escribano2

1: Public University of Navarra (UPNA), Spain; 2: University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU)



Rural-Urban Inequalities, Mobilities and Spatial Justice in Rural Greece

Apostolos G. Papadopoulos, Loukia-Maria Fratsea

Harokopio University, Greece



Rural Development and Internal Migration – Employing Path Analysis for Assessing 2007-2013 Rural Development funds’ Impact on Rural Emigration in Hungary

Gergely Horzsa

Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

RS18_01: Urban Futures: Visions, imaginaries and narratives (1)
Location: BS.3.17
Chair: Elisa Pieri, University of Manchester
 

Urban Planning Visions as Imaginaries of Sustainability and Welfare

Roger Hildingsson1, Håkan Johansson2, Jamil Khan3

1: Lund University, Dept of Political Science, Sweden; 2: Lund University, School of Social Work, Sweden; 3: Lund University, Environmental and Energy System Studies, Sweden



Tools Of Persuasion In Urban Redevelopment Videos

Helena Leino, Markus Laine, Pauliina Raento

University of Tampere, Finland



City Narratives as Part of an Inclusive or Exclusive Urban Public Sphere

Karen Klijnhout, Susanne Janssen

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The



Migration and Diversity in the Entrepreneurial City: Setting the scene for the new urban imaginaries.

Nuno Filipe Oliveira

CIES-IUL ISCTE Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal

   
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MD01: Cosmopolitanism, Antisemitism, Universalism: A Tribute to the Critical Social Theory of Robert Fine
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Karin Stoegner, University of Vienna
Chair: Francisco Javier Salinas Lemus, University College London
MD02: Funding Opportunities at the European Research Council (ERC)
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Apostolos G. Papadopoulos, Harokopio University
MD03: Assessing and Evaluating Research and Impact
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Sue Scott, Newcastle University
MD04: Meet the Editors: How to Write a Journal Article and Get It Published
Location: BS.G.36
Chair: Lena Margareta Näre, University of Helsinki
MD05: Making Sociology Matter Beyond the Academic Journal
Location: BS.G.26
Chair: Michaela Caroline Benson, Goldsmiths
MD06: Paths of Transformations in Central and Eastern Europe: Boundaries, Barriers and Belonging
Location: BS.G.35
Chair: Elena Danilova, Institute of Sociology, FCTAS, Russian Academy of Sciences
2:00pm
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3:30pm
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_RN15_RN37_02: Transforming cities in a global transforming world
Location: BS.4.06B
Chair: M. Victoria Gómez, University Carlos III Madrid
 

City, Privileged Object of Visualisation: Explaining Global Urban Change with Scientific Visual Narratives

Maciej Kowalewski

University of Szczecin, Poland



New urban practices in Russia's periphery

Vasileios Kitsos

södertörns högskola, Sweden



Skopje: The "Kitsch" And "Bastard" Capital Of The Statues.

Silvia Pezzoli, Sheyla Moroni

University of Florence, Italy

RN01_02a: Employment in Later Life
Location: UP.3.204
Chair: Dirk Hofaecker, University of Duisburg-Essen
 

Older Workers And Job Mobility: Two Countries, Two Stories

Emma Garavaglia1, Anne Inga Hilsen2

1: Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca; 2: Fafo - Institute for Labour and Social Research



Routine, Repetition and Monotonie: Stress and Strain In Aging Workforce And Simple Labour

Thomas Geisen

University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland FHNW, Switzerland



Mature Entrepreneurs In West and East Germany In The Life Course Perspective – Motivations, Resources, Constraints

Janina Myrczik1, Annette Franke2, Justyna Stypinska1

1: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; 2: Evangelische Hochschule Ludwigsburg, Germany



Employment Market Participation in late adulthood - Insights from the district level

Matthias Nowc, Meike Bücker

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

RN01_02b: Ageing and Technology I
Location: UP.3.205
Chair: Edward Tolhurst, Staffordshire University
 

Age- and Migrancy-Specific Barriers to Access the Digitalised Public Services: Ethnographic Study

Nuriiar Safarov

University of Helsinki, Finland



Older people and Social Networking Sites Use. A study on older people’s patterns of SNS use in Europe.

Alessandra Gaia, Emanuela Sala, Gabriele Cerati

University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy



“I Think I Couldn’t Live Without Television”: Older Persons’ Experiences and Meanings of Watching Television in an Institutional Context

Marija Geiger Zeman, Zdenko Zeman

Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar, Croatia

RN02_02a: Museums, Arts Education and Population Imagination
Location: GM.306
Chair: Dafne Muntanyola-Saura, UNIVERSITAT AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA
 

“Artists’ Exhibitions”: The Museum Exhibition as Medium for Contemporary Art Practice

Ana-Georgiana Buț

"Babeș-Bolyai" University Cluj-Napoca, Romania



At The Intersection Of Spatial And Conceptual Change. A Case Study Of The Amos Rex Museum Project.

Aino Iiris Elena Alatalo

Tampere University, Finland



Meditated Seeing: Taking Photographs of Artworks in Art Museums

Chien Lee

Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom



Seeing like a Museum. Art Museums‘ Cognitive Map of Organizational Ecologies and Conflicting Institutional Goals.

Paul Buckermann

University of Lucerne, Switzerland

RN02_02b: Cultural Policy and Cultural Participation
Location: GM.307
Chair: Chris Mathieu, Lund University
 

Older Audiences and Cultural Policy

Tasos Zembylas1, Vera Gallistl2

1: University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria; 2: University of Vienna, Austria



How Mega-Galleries Transform The Art World – Monopoly And Its Consequences

Iolanda-Georgiana Anastasiei

Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania



Site Under Construction: The Reshaping of Hong Kong Culture After 1997

Marco, Zexun Zhang

Queen's university Belfast, United Kingdom



Towards Social Prescribing – Do Arts Come For Free?

Simon Procter

Nordoff Robbins, United Kingdom

RN03_02: Methods of Analysis of Biographical Data
Location: GM.334
Chair: Maggie ONeill, UCC
 

Hearing, Heading and Holistically Analysing to 'See' That 'Unsaid' in Biographic Interviews

Hazel Rosemary Wright

Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom



Biographical Experiences of Transformation in the Cohort Born 1980-1990. A Case Analysis

Katarzyna Waniek

University of Lodz, Poland



Global Migration And Local Communities: Social Solidarity And Collective Grievance With The Absent State In The Italian Island Of Lampedusa

Michela Franceschelli

UCL, United Kingdom



Biographical Research in the Era of Big Data: СV Analysis of the Management Business Elite in Russia

Elena Rozhdestvenskaya

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation



Second Order Sexual Harassment And Solidarity Networks In Universities

Ana Vidu1, Juanita Candamil2, Adriana Aubert3

1: University of Deusto, Spain; 2: University of Barcelona, Spain; 3: University of Barcelona, Spain

RN04_02: Children, power, politics and dialogue
Location: GM.327
Chair: Pascale Garnier, University Paris 13
Time allocation: 15' presentation directly followed by 5' consecutive discussion on the paper presented, and at the end of the session 10' general discussion of all papers presented in the session.
 

Narratives of Exclusion, Narratives of Belonging. Irish Social Work at the Intersection between Adults' and Children's Voices.

Federico Farini1, Angela Scollan2

1: University of Northampton, United Kingdom; 2: Middlesex University, United Kingdom



Teens and Brexit in Northern Ireland: A Generational Chasm

Madeleine Leonard

Queens University Belfast, United Kingdom



Children and Young People’s Voice: Moving from Monologue to Dialogue

Dan Moxon1,2,3,

1: People Dialogue and Change; 2: Centre for Children and Young People's Participation - University of Central Lancashire; 3: Pool of European Youth Researchers Co-ordinated by the Partnership between the Council of Europe and the European Union in the field of youth



Building Belonging: The power of an opportunity

Sam Frankel, Sally McNamee

King's University College, Canada

RN05_02a: Conspicuous consumption
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: A Warde, University of Manchester
 

Change in the Consumption of the Rich in the UK, 1967-2018

Alan Warde1, Irmak Karademir Hazir2

1: University of Manchester; 2: Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom



The Changing Consumption of Luxury among Different Consumer Generations

Terhi-Anna Wilska

University of Jyväskylä, Finland



It is not just Class and Status: Network Correlates of Consumption Tastes and Practices in Poland

Michał Cebula1, Przemysław Sadura2

1: University of Wrocław, Poland; 2: University of Warsaw



Disclosures, Cover-up, Mocking: Comparing What Individual vs. Focus Groups Interviews Do Best When Studying Cultural Consumption

Riie Heikkilä1, Anu Katainen2

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

RN05_02b: Sustainable food
Location: BS.G.35
Chair: Bente Halkier, University of Copenhagen
 

Challenges and Potential of Interdisciplinarity in the Study of Healthy and Sustainable Food Consumption

Laurence Godin1, Marlyne Sahakian1, Alexi Ernstoff2

1: University of Geneva, Switzerland; 2: Quantis International, Switzerland



How Can Sociology of Consumption Contribute to Sustainable Food Transformation?

Piia Jallinoja1, Johanna Mäkelä2, Mari Niva2

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



Feeding The Melting Pot: Inclusiveness in accessing healthy and sustainable food in multicultural cities

Anke Brons1,2, Peter Oosterveer2, Sigrid Wertheim-Heck1,2

1: Aeres University of Applied Sciences, Almere, The Netherlands; 2: Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands



Food Waste Reduction Practices in the Digital Age

Lucia Marciante

University of Bologna, Italy

RN05_02c: Consumption and the body
Location: BS.G.36
Chair: Monica Truninger, University of Lisbon
 

Rhythm and Booze on the Transpennine Real Ale Trail

Thomas Thurnell-Read

Loughborough University, United Kingdom



Crossing Taboo Boundaries: Facilitators And Barriers In Women’s Sex Toy Consumption

Cornelia Mayr

Alpen-Adria University Klagenfurt, Austria



Well Beshaved Women Rarely Make History – Exploring Gendered Beauty of Body Hair

Erica Åberg, Iida Kukkonen, Tero Pajunen, Outi Sarpila

University of Turku, Finland



The Marketisation Of HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) In The United Kingdom: An Exploratory Consumer Culture Inquiry

Christian A. Eichert1, Jack Coffin2, Shona M. Bettany3

1: Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom; 2: University of Manchester, United Kingdom; 3: Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom

RN06_02: On the Materiality of Ecological Challenges
Location: GM.332
Chair: Caroline Metz, Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute
Chair: Anne Engelhardt, Kassel University
 

Energy, Sustainability, and State-Society(transnational)-Capital Complexes: the Enemy within and Hostage Labour "Aristocracy"

Yuliya Yurchenko

University of Greenwich, United Kingdom



Water Struggles in the Web of Life: Social Reproduction, Ecology and Capitalist Accumulation.

Andreas Bieler

University of Nottingham, United Kingdom



Resisting Hierarchical Governing Through Constructive Resistance: Consensus, Consentient And Circulation Of Power In Worker-Owned Cooperatives

Kristin Wiksell

Karlstad University, Sweden



Un-making The World In Struggles For Socioecological Transformation

Giuseppe Feola

Utrecht University, The Netherlands

RN07_02: Sociology of Culture: Music
Location: GM.335
Chair: Rita Ribeiro, University of Minho
 

Afrobeat Music: How to Re-think Belonging and Political Action

Antonietta De Feo1, Anna Lisa Tota2

1: Roma Tre University, Italy; 2: Roma Tre University, Italy



From Musical And Culinary Orders To Orders Of Sounds And Flavours

Isabelle Darmon

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



The Concept of “Popular Culture” in Brazil and the Indie Rock Scene in Fortaleza

Pedro Martins Menezes

University of Porto, Portugal



The Construct 'Popular Music' Institutionalised: The Creation Of The IASPM

Xavier Villanueva Capella

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

RN08_02: Disasters, Traumas and Opportunity?
Location: UP.4.214
Chair: Daniel F. Lorenz, Freie Universität Berlin
 

Cultural Traumas, Human and Sustainable Development. The 1980 Earthquake in Italy after over Thirty Years

Emiliana Mangone

University of Salerno, Italy



Can Natural Disaster Be An Opportunity? Studying De-Population Of Central Italy Rural Communities After The 1997 Earthquake.

Federico Fantechi

Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy



Are You Willing to Stay in Public Emergency Shelter? The Factors Influence Households’ Sheltering plan for Flood and Slope-land Disasters

Hui-Hsuan {Phoetion} Yang

National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction, Taiwan



Trust, Social Determinants, and Resource Distribution after a Catastrophic Typhoon

Hsiang-Chieh LEE1,2, Chuan-Zhong Deng1, Hongey Chen1,2

1: National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction, Taiwan; 2: National Taiwan University

RN09_02: Economic Sociology and Social and Economic Inequality II
Location: BS.3.16
Chair: Alberto Veira-Ramos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Chair: Sebastian Koos, University of Konstanz
 

The Effects of Debt on Subjective Well-Being

Caroline Henchoz1, Tristan Coste1, Boris Wernli2

1: University of Fribourg, Switzerland; 2: FORS (Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences), University of Lausanne, Switzerland



Evolution of Wealth Inequality in Spain by Social Class and Education, Before, During and After the 2008 Crisis.

Juan Vicente Castellanos Quintana2, Alberto Veira-Ramos1

1: UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE EDUCACIÓN A DISTANCIA; 2: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.



Attitudes Towards Inequality Of The Top 10% Of Income Earners In Four European Countries

Marcos Gonzalez Hernando

Think tank for Action on Social Change (TASC), United Kingdom

RN10_02a: Aspiration, choice, selection in secondary education (2)
Location: UP.3.210
Chair: Dinah Gross, University of Lausanne
 

Early Selective Grammar Schools And The Fragmentation Of The Hungarian Public Education Field: What Can Parents And Elementary Schools Do?

Eszter Berényi

ELTE University Budapest, Hungary



Effects of the Duration of Cram Schooling on High School Students’ Academic Achievement and Mental Health in Taiwan

Pin-Yin Kuan1, Ssu-Chin Peng2

1: Department of Sociology, National Cheng Chi University, Taiwan, Taiwan; 2: Department of Sociology, National Cheng Chi University, Taiwan, Taiwan



How Does Peer Academic Performance Affect Educational Aspiration?

Xiao Yuan

the Chinese university of Hongkong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



Spending Choices Among 15years Old: The Role Of Family As A Financial Education Agent In Italy. Evidence From The PISA 2015 Survey

Emanuela Rinaldi1, Carlo Di Chiacchio2, Sabrina Greco2

1: University of Milano Bicocca, Italy; 2: Invalsi (ITALY)

RN10_02b: ICT in education
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Bernadette Brereton, Dundalk Institute of Technology
 

Education and “e-Inclusion”: Supranational Goals, Local Productions. From European Public Policies to Aix-Marseille’s Projects

Matthieu Demory

Aix-Marseille Univ, LAMES, CNRS, Aix-en-Provence, France



The Impact Of Online Research Sites In Shifting Boundaries, Lessening Barriers And Increasing ‘Belonging’ In The HE Academic Community

Bernadette Brereton

Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland



Education For Digital Natives – Employing Digital Learning Devices To Empower Students’ Individual Knowledge From Diverse Social Backgrounds

Jana Heinz

Technical Universtity Munich, Germany



Education in Information Societies: a Chance or Challenge? – Comparing the Effect of ICT Use on Student Performance in Countries at Different Levels of Information Society

Aniko Vincze

University of Szeged, Hungary

RN10_02c: Vocational education and training
Location: UP.3.212
Chair: Mieke Van Houtte, Ghent University
 

Transitioning from Vocational Education and Training to Higher Education: The case of the UK

Geoff Hayward

Cambridge University, United Kingdom



A Theoretical Framework Of Social Institutions Of Technical Vocational Education And Training (TVET)

Jutta Buergi, Ursula Renold

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich ETHZ, Switzerland



Towards Competence-based Learning in Civil Protections Vocational Education

Anna Guerrero Lara, Lars Gerhold

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany



Horizons of Educational Decision-Making: Symbolic Logics Behind the Decision to Leave School for Vocational Education

Ekaterina Pavlenko

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation

RN11_02a: Emotions in Intimate Relationships and Emotional Reflexivity
Location: BS.3.26
Chair: Maja Sawicka, University of Warsaw
 

Future Building, Gender and Emotional Reflexivity: Navigations of Agency and Social Change in Non-Conventional Relationships

Mary Holmes1, Lynn Jamieson1, Kristin Natalier2

1: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; 2: Flinders University, Australia



Love, Couple Relations and Emotions in Pop-rock Songs in Romania, Today: Specificity and `Globality`

Mona Mihaela Corina Simu

Research Institute for the Quality of Life, Romania



The Emotional Researcher: Emotions and Ethnographic Fieldwork in Ethical Non-Monogamy Communities in Belgium

Katrien De Graeve

Ghent University, Belgium



Methodologically Feeling - The Process Of Entering A New Area Of Research Through The Lens Of Emotion Sociology

Cecilia Nordquist

Uppsala University, Sweden

RN11_02b: Mediated Politics of Fear, Hate and Anger
Location: BS.3.27
Chair: Mikko Salmela, University of Helsinki
 

The Social Construction of Fear and Hatred in Italy

Alessandro Pratesi

University of Florence, Italy



Compassion, Solidarity and Othering – The Connection between ‘Politics of Emotions’ and Discourses on Migration

Maria Magdalena Mayer

University of Vienna, Austria



Affective (Re)Orientations in Online Discussions on the Threat of Violence Posed by Migrants

Satu Venäläinen1, Tuija Virkki2

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



Emotional Dynamics of Political Scandals and Scandalizations

Monika Verbalyte1,2

1: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; 2: Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg

RN12_02a: Social Theory and the Environment
Location: BS.3.21
Chair: Felix Wittstock, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ
 

Shaping Environmental Expertise For Social Transformations: The Role Of Social Sciences

Rolf Lidskog

Örebro University, Sweden



A Revisit Of Human Ecologies As A Social Mosaic : Boundaries, Barriers And Belonging Between Natures And Cultures.

Sophie Némoz

University of Bourgogne / Franche-Comté, France, Laboratory of Sociologie and Anthropology, MSHE Claude Nicolas Ledoux CNRS USR 3124



Is Eco-Social Welfare State Even a Possibility? A Social Security Reform in Finland

Paula Saikkonen

National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland



What Is Better For Us: Air or Money? - The Feminine Perception of Changes in the Field of Environmental Protection and Energy

Katarzyna Iwinska

Collegium Civitas, Poland

RN12_02b: Urban Natures
Location: BS.3.22
Chair: Balint Balazs, ESSRG
 

Aesthetic Environmentalism: The Play Value of Nature in Urban Gardening Practice

María Florencia Langa

Uppsala University, Sweden



A City is Not a Park

Des Fitzgerald

Cardiff University, United Kingdom



The relation of Urban Dwellers and Rivers: The Case of Ankara, Turkey

Çigdem Adem

Independent Researcher, Turkey



Knowledge co-creation on the urban Food-Water-Energy Nexus

Pia Laborgne1, Wojciech Goszczynski2, Andrea Sarzynski3, Johanna Suchomska4,2, Michał Wròblewski2

1: European Institute for Energy Research; 2: Nicolaus Copernicus University; 3: University of Delaware; 4: Pracownia Zrównoważonego Rozwoju

RN12_02c: Environmental Values and Attitudes
Location: BS.3.23
Chair: Mikael Klintman, Lund University
 

Environmental Consciousness in China

Huidi Ma

Chinese National Academy of Arts, China, People's Republic of



The Application of Panel Regression in the Structural Equation Modelling Framework to Assess Relationships between Environmental Values and Attitudes

Henrik Kenneth Andersen, Jochen Mayerl

Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany



The Link Between Attitudes and Environmental Practices. An Empirical Analysis on French Data

Philippe Coulangeon1, Yoann Demoli2, Maël Ginsburger1,3, Ivaylo Petev3

1: OSC, Sciences Po, Paris, France; 2: Printemps, Université Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France; 3: CREST, CNRS, ENSAE, Université Paris-Saclay, France



“Fitting Within The Doughnut” - Measuring Socio-Economic, Socio-Cultural And Biophysical Thresholds Of Sustainability

Marija Brajdić Vuković3, Branko Ančić1, Mladen Domazet2

1: Institute for Social Research in Zagreb, Croatia; 2: Institute for Political Ecology; 3: University of Zagreb



Why Is Nature Valuable? The Historical Trajectory Of Environmental Debates In Norway

Gisle Andersen

Norwegian Research Centre, Norway

RN13_02a: Family forms and their change in historical time or across the life-course II
Location: UP.2.218
Chair: Eric D Widmer, university of Geneva
Chair: Kim Bastaits, PXL University College
 

How Many Relationships Can Fit in One? Analysing Siblings’ Relationships

Andreia Barbas, Sílvia Portugal

Faculty of Economics - University of Coimbra, Portugal



Single Mothers In Lithuania: Employment, Social Class And Mothering Practices

Deimante Kuconyte-Budeliene

Lithuanian Social Research Centre, Lithuania



Transition From Employment To Inactivity Among Mothers In European Countries

Aleksandra Lipasova

Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Spain



Family Arrangements And Residential Emancipation Trajectories Of Young Catalans From A Subjective Life Satisfaction Perspective

Anna Escobedo, Josep Lluís Condom, Aitor Dominguez Aguayo

University of Barcelona, Spain

RN13_02b: Parent-child relations, mothering and fathering practices II
Location: UP.2.219
Chair: Sigtona Halrynjo, Institute for Social Research
Chair: Malgorzata Sikorska, University of Warsaw, Institute of Sociology
 

Anticipating Transitions to Motherhood across Generations. A Temporal Avenue for Researching Modern Mothering.T

Marta Buler, Paula Pustułka

SWPS Uniwersytet Humanistycznospoleczny, Poland



Child Rearing and Paternal Rights Among the Yoruba and Igbo People of Nigeria

Olayiwola Oluwajenyo Fasoranti

FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, OYE EKITI, EKITI STATE, NIGERIA, Nigeria



Long-term Breastfeeding – Mothers’ Embodied Experiences

Jenny Wilhelmina Säilävaara

University of Jyväskylä, Finland



Parenting and Children's Videogaming Experience (the сase of St.-Petersburg, Russia)

Ekaterina Orekh, Elena Bogomiagkova

St. Petersburg State University, Russian Federation

RN13_02c: Intergenerational relationships and kinship networks I
Location: UP.2.220
Chair: Gražina Rapolienė, Lithuanian Social Research Centre
Chair: Helen Norman, University of Manchester
 

Design and Validation of a Family Social Capital Scale

Rita Cavallotti, Francesco Marcaletti

Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, Spain



Predictors of Family Social Capital in Old Age: The Role of Network Stability, Life Events and Self-Rated Health

Julia Sauter

NCCR LIVES, University of Geneva, Switzerland



The Present and the Future of the Family: an Italian Research Study

Morena Tartari1, Manuela Scioni2, Mario Bolzan2

1: FISPPA Department, University of Padova, Italy; 2: Department of Statistical Sciences, University of Padova, Italy



Where are Lives Linked? A Bibliometrical Analysis of the Linked Lives Principle in the Social Sciences Literature

Diana Carvalho, Magda Nico, Helena Carvalho

CIES-IUL /ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal

RN14_02: Work History and women's progression
Location: UP.4.211
Chair: Fatima Farina, University of Urbino Carlo Bo, ITALY
 

Sociological and Economic Reasons for the Decline In Market And Non-Market Work Among Females In Rural India

Amaresh Dubey1, Wendy Olsen2, Kunal Sen3

1: Jawaharlal Nehru University; 2: Mancheter University; 3: UNU WIDER



The Role of External Agents/Agencies in the Progression of Women in Employment: A Relational and Multilevel Perspective in the UK

Nosheen Jawaid Khan

Newcastle University, United Kingdom



Career Trajectories And Occupational Downgrading After Childbirth In The UK: What Are The Factors Associated With Women’s Careers Stalling?

Susan Harkness1, Magda Borkowska2, Alina Pelikh2

1: University of Bristol, United Kingdom; 2: University of Essex, United Kingdom



The Gendered Division of the Labour Market and Occupational Transitions in Austria

Bernd Liedl1, Nina-Sophie Fritsch2, Gerhard Paulinger1

1: University of Vienna, Austria; 2: Vienna University of Economics and Business

RN15_02: General Session (1)
Location: BS.4.04A
Chair: Jukka Syväterä, Tampere University
 

On Friendship and Strangeness: The Everyday Encounters and Social Ties of Transnational Professionals

Ranji Elizabeth Devadason

Keele University, United Kingdom



Negotiating Home Culture: The Case Of Taiwan

Tingyu Kang

National Chengchi University, Taiwan



Media-Related Practices And Civic Engagement Of A Transnational Audience During A Clash Of Geopolitical Interests

Triin Vihalemm, Jānis Juzefovičs

University of Tartu, Estonia



National and Regional Symbolic Boundaries among European Elites: A Qualitative Interview Study of Higher Officials of the European Commission

Daniel Drewski

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

RN16_02a: Social movements and health
Location: UP.4.204
Chair: Jonathan Peter Gabe, Royal Holloway, University of London
 

Endorsers, Extenders, Transformers, and Critics: Taxonomy of Patient Representation in Health Care

Dino Numerato

Charles University, Czech Republic



Alcoholics` Motivation To Attain And Maintain Sobriety Within Alcoholics Anonymous Support Groups

Lavinia Bulumac

University of Bucharest, Romania



The Anti-vaccination Robinsons – Invisible and Unrepresented Actors of Mainstream Vaccination Discourse in Poland

Maria Świątkiewicz-Mośny, Paulina Polak, Aleksandra Wagner

Jagiellonian University, Poland



The Human Interest Economy: Making media cases out of patients

Kjersti Thorbjørnsrurd

Institute of Social Research, Norway

RN16_02b: Health Technologies and Biomedicine
Location: UP.4.205
Chair: Antonio Maturo, Bologna University
 

NICE and Society: Health Technology Appraisal and the Cultivation of Social Relations

Matthias Benzer

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom



Re-thinking Egg Donation in Europe: Expanding Practice, Extending Boundaries

Katie Coveney1, Nicky Hudson2, Lorraine Culley2, Cathy Herbrand2, Sara Lafuente3, Vincenzo Pavone3, Guido Pennings4, Veerle Provoost4, Christina Weis2

1: Loughborough University, United Kingdom; 2: De Montfort University, United Kingdom; 3: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Spain; 4: Ghent University, Belgium



Selective Technology Adoption in Diabetes Embodiment Processes

Alberto Ardissone

University of Bologna, Italy



‘Normal Monthly Period’: A Sociological inquiry into the Medicalisation of Menstruation in Odisha, India

Swayamshree Mishra

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, DELHI, India

RN16_02c: Health Professions
Location: UP.4.206
Chair: Angela Genova, Urbino Carlo Bo
 

The Quest for Social and Professional Recognition -from a French Midwifery Perspective

Nicole Thualagant

University of Roskilde, Denmark



ʺI Feel I Can Easily Go To Another Country Because Of Brexit, I Don’t Feel Quite Settled As I Would Like To Beʺ - The Unsettling Of Migrant NHS Nurses And The Experiences Of Being ‘Othered’ In The Current Political Climate Of Brexit’

Georgia Spiliopoulos1, Stephen Timmons2

1: University of Nottingham Ningbo China, China, People's Republic of; 2: University of Nottingham UK



Economic Crisis and International Mobility of European and non- European health workers in the South-East of France: Citizenship, Gender and International Process of Health Inequalities Reproduction

Francesca Sirna

CNRS EHESS, France



Exploring Physician Perceptions on the Transformation of Medical Practice within the Context of the Healthcare Reform in Turkey

Püren Aktaş

Boğaziçi University, Turkey

RN17_02a: Perspectives of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Work
Location: UP.1.218
Chair: Barbara Bechter, Durham University
 

Rethinking Situated Learning: Participation and Communities of Practice in the UK Fire and Rescue Service

James Brooks, Irena Grugulis, Hugh Cook

Leeds University, United Kingdom



The Workplace Challenges And Opportunities Of Supporting Employees Who Balance Employment With Unpaid Care

Mandy Cook

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom



The Outcomes of Increasing Managerial Control in Academic Work: A Case from Social Sciences in Turkey

Selin Atalay

Izmir Bakircay University, Turkey



Young People Imagining the Future of Work

Miia Pauliina Lähde1, Päivi Honkatukia2

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

RN17_02b: Labour Market Segregation II
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Joanna Karmowska, Oxford Brookes University
 

Is crowdwork sex-blind?

Elgen Sauerborn

Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Germany



Transitions to Vulnerable Employment in the Great Recession: The Case of the UK and Switzerland

Dan Orsholits2,1, Matthias Studer1,2

1: University of Geneva, Switzerland; 2: NCCR LIVES



Equal in Everything but the Paycheck? Gender Pay Gap among Students and Graduates of First-, Second-, and Third-Cycle Studies in Poland.

Marek Bożykowski1, Mikołaj Karol Jasiński1, Tomasz Zbigniew Zając1, Agnieszka Chłoń-Domińczak2

1: University of Warsaw, Poland; 2: SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland

RN17_02c: Symposium: ‘From education to employment: Transitions to employment among university students and graduates.’
Location: UP.2.217
Chair: Daria Luchinskaya, University of Warwick
 

How Does Social Disadvantage Affect Students' Strategies For Becoming An 'Employable Graduate'?

Belgin Okay-Somerville1, Ian Allison2, Daria Luchinskaya3, Dora Scholarios4

1: University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; 2: University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom; 3: University of Warwick, United Kingdom; 4: University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom



Stepping Stones Or Trapdoors? Paid And Unpaid Graduate Internships In The Creative Sector

Peter John Scott1, Wil Hunt2

1: University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom; 2: University of Warwick, United Kingdom



Ethnicity and employability: Comparing the outcomes of Albanian and Italian graduates from Italian universities

Dorel Nicolae Manitiu, Silvia Galeazzi

Inter-University Consortium AlmaLaurea, Italy



The Role Of Internships In Enhancing Graduate Labour Market Transitions In The UK And Italy

Giulio Pedrini2, Charikleia Tzanakou1, Daria Luchinskaya1, Luca Cattani2

1: University of Warwick, United Kingdom; 2: University of Bologna, Italy

RN18_02a: Public Sphere and Public Service
Location: UP.4.209
Chair: Peter Golding, Northumbria University
 

Capitalism, Elite Publics and the Public Sphere

Sašo Slaček Brlek

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia



The privatization of the commons, The Phenomenology of Public Service Broadcasting and Facebook

Mihaela Gavrila1, Emiliano Bevilacqua2

1: Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; 2: University of Salento



The Public Service Media Sector in the age of the Internet; reconsidering public options in Romania

Raluca Petre

Ovidius University of Constanta, Romania



Public Service Broadcasting and National News Agencies, between marketization, globalization and digitalization. Evidence from SEE countries

Romina Surugiu

University of Bucharest, Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, Romania

RN18_02b: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and Internet Culture
Location: UP.4.210
Chair: Eran Fisher, The Open University of Israel
 

The Uses Of Internet And The Social Media By The Teachers’ Unions In The Context Of The Actual Protest Against The Devaluation Of The Profession

Paulo Jorge Marques Alves

ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal



Digital Identity Construction Of Environmental Movements Through Media Access: The Anti-Nuclear Movement In Belgium And The Anti-Pipeline Movement In Canada

Grégoire Lits1, Nadège Broustau2

1: Université Libre de Bruxelles, Université Catholique de Louvain; 2: Université Libre de Bruxelles



Social Media’s Role In Fostering Online Activism In A Country With Weak Formal Civil Society Structures: The Case Of Greece

Michael Nevradakis

Deree-The American College of Greece, Greece

RN19_02: Autonomy despite Hybridization?
Location: BS.3.28
Chair: Helena Hirvonen, University of Eastern Finland
 

Medical Career Systems and Professional Space. Conceptualising Clinical Autonomy from a Professions Perspective

Sirpa Wrede1, Antero Olakivi1, Piitu Parmanne1,2

1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: Finnish Medical Association, Finland



‘Protected Professionals’? How Well-Connected Professionals Can Remain Autonomous and Authoritative

Mirko Noordegraaf

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The



The Impact of Workplace Change on Professionals’ Skills and Knowledge: Engineers in Canada

Tracey L. Adams

The University of Western Ontario, Canada



Unionism in the Name of Professionalism? On Solidarity, Professionalism and the European Central Bank

Christiane Schnell

Institut für Sozialforschung an der Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany

RN20_02: Media Transposition I: Visual Recording and Visual Data
Location: UP.3.209
Chair: Ajit Jacob Singh, Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space
 

Qualitative Perspectives: Visual Methods (Family map and Life line) in Children of Divorce Research

Felicia Annamaria Robles

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy



Visual Diaries of the Border. Methodological Challenges of Researching Everyday Practices with Smartphone Application.

Łukasz Rogowski1, Vivien Sommer2, Maciej Frąckowiak1

1: Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland; 2: Leibniz-Institut für Raumbezogene Sozialforschung



The Use Of 360°-Videos In Qualitative Social Research

Julian Windscheid

Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany



Capturing the Interrupted Boundaries of Public and Private Experience at UK Pedestrian Crossings

Martin Greenwood

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

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

RN22_02: Theoretical Advancements in Risk and Uncertainty Studies
Location: UP.4.212
Chair: Jens Oliver Zinn, University of Melbourne
Chair: Patrick Brown, University of Amsterdam
 

Analytical Perspectives in Risk Theory: Actor, Structure and Ambivalence

Anna Olofsson, Katarina Giritli Nygren, Susanna Öhman

Mid Sweden University, Sweden



On The Relationality Of Risk: Insights From Cross-Field Interactions Between Finance and Politics

Christian von Scheve, Markus Lange

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany



Responding To Violent Radicalization: Risk-Focused And/Or Context-Sensitive Prevention In Europe

Evelyne Baillergeau1, Gabe Mythen2

1: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The; 2: University of Liverpool, United Kingdom



Theorizing Inequalities and Emotion in the Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty: a Bourdieuan and Mannheimian Perspective

Judith Eckert

TU Darmstadt, Germany

RN23_02a: Negotiating sexual identities
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Francesca Stella, University of Glasgow
 

Iranian Gayness and Its Origins: A Survey on The Process of Gayness Production in The Iranian Context

Mohammad Naeimi

Verona University, Italy



Male and Female Ways to Understand and Articulate One’s Own Sexuality (on Biographical Stories of Russian Non-heterosexual People)

Polina Kislitsyna

European University at St.Petersburg, Russian Federation



Strategic usage of sexual identity labels in mainland China and Hong Kong

Yiu-tung Suen

Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



Non-Cis* Citizens and Border Crossings: The Effects of the Heteronormative Gender Regimes on Practices of Border Controls and Border Crossing by Non-Cis Individuals

Verena Molitor

Bielefeld University, Germany

RN23_02b: Mapping and understanding sexual attitudes
Location: BS.3.25
Chair: Jo Woodiwiss, University of Huddersfield
 

Democracy Deficit and Homophobic Divergence in 21st Century Europe

Judit Takacs1, Ivett Szalma1,2

1: Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary; 2: Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary



The Dimensions of Sexual Permissiveness

Anu Kinnunen1, Amalia Verdu2, Osmo Kontula3

1: University of Tampere; 2: University of Turku; 3: Family Federation Finland



“It Changed, But Not Too Much”: Views And Perspetives Of Young People On LGBTI Diversity In Portugal

Hugo Santos1, Sofia Marques da Silva2, Isabel Menezes3

1: Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of University of Porto, Portugal; 2: Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of University of Porto, Portugal; 3: Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of University of Porto, Portugal



Does Prostitution Legislation Affect the Population’s Social Norms? A Natural Experiment on European Prostitution Policies

Stef Adriaenssens, Patrick Heegemann, Jef Hendrickx

KU Leuven, Belgium

RN24_02a: Science, technology, innovation & society II
Location: UP.3.213
Chair: Harald Rohracher, Linköping University
 

CRISPR In Context: Lessons for Genome Editing from the History of Controversial Biotechnologies

Stevienna de Saille1, Michael Morrison2

1: iHuman, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 2: HeLEX, University of Oxford, United Kingdom



Co-created Strategic Planning in Academia: Case Study of an Action Research Group

Senabre Hidalgo Enric1, Fuster Morell Mayo2

1: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria; 2: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain



Social Aspects of Technological Approaches to Increase Personal Mobility for Visually Impaired Persons in Urban Spaces

Markus Winkelmann, Nora Weinberger

KIT, Germany



A Complicated Union. Epistemological Challenges In The Collaboration Between Architects And Sociologists

Séverine Marguin

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

RN24_02b: Science and Technology (Open Session) I
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Ana Delicado, Instituto de Ciências Sociais ULisboa
 

The Double Life of Scripts in Science and Technology Studies

Jochen Glaser

TU Berlin, Germany



‘Not A Place Of Honor’: Risk, Technology And The Aesthetics Of Prohibition

Theodore Vurdubakis

Lancaster University, United Kingdom



Technology and Interpretive Flexibility: A Structural Hermeneutic of Resistance to Robots in Schools

Lars E. F. Johannessen

OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

RN25_02: Youth political activism
Location: GM.330
Chair: Elena Pavan, University of Trento
 

These Days Are Ours: Exploring Young Disabled People's Experiences and Views of the UK Disabled People's Movement

Miro Griffiths

University of Leeds, United Kingdom



Young Radicals in Europe

Katrin Uba1, Lorenzo Bosi2

1: Uppsala, Sweden; 2: SNS, Italy



Young Female City Councilors In The Electoral Scenario Of Brazilian Cities In 2016: Paths, Identities And Political Engagement

Ana Beatriz Pinheiro e Silva1,2

1: UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO ESTADO DO RIO DE JANEIRO, Brasil; 2: UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO RIO DE JANEIRO, Brasil



Youth on the Margins: Experiences of Young People’s Participation in Political Parties and Social Movement Organisations in the UK

Katherine Alice Smith

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

RN26_02: Labour administration and activation policies
Location: GM.328
Chair: Kjetil Grimastad Lundberg, Western Norwegian University of Applied Sciences
 

Dare more Autonomy in Job Placement? Barriers and Belongings in Contractual Relations between Job Seekers and Job Centres

Carolin Freier, Monika Senghaas

Institute for Employment Research, Germany



Job Search Requirements, Unemployment Duration, Job Related Concessions and the Reform of Welfare in Germany

Bernhard Christoph, Torsten Lietzmann

Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Germany



The Role of Knowledge in Social Policies: Providing Access or Creating Barriers?

Carlotta Mozzana

Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, Italy



Enabling Dimensions In Evidence-based Collaboration Practices Of Activation Workers And Mental Health Professionals

Vidar Bakkeli

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

RN27_02: The Impact of the Crisis in Southern European Societies
Location: BS.4.04B
Chair: Eleni Nina Pazarzi, UNIVERSITY OF PIRAEUS
Chair: Maria Carmela Agodi, Università di Napoli Federico II
 

Politicized By Crisis: Ideological Currents And Attitudinal Dynamics Amid the Greek Youth

Angelos Kontogiannis-Mandros1, Constantinos Zafeiris2, Stella Ntouraki3, Mania Sotiropoulou4

1: King's College London, U.K; 2: University of the Aegean, Greece; 3: National Centre for Public Administration and Local Government (EKDDA), Greece; 4: Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain



Indicators and Consequences Of Tertiary Education Impoverishment In A Country Being Led To Bankruptcy. The Case Of Greece.

Antigoni Alba Papakonstantinou

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece



Gender, childcare and the crisis in (post)austerity Southern European societies. A cross-national comparison between France and Spain.

Julie Jarty

Toulouse 2, France



The Gender Impact of The Crisis in Southern European Countries: So Similar, So Different?

Olga Salido

Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

RN28_02: Sport as a social tool
Location: BS.1.25
Chair: Alessandro Porrovecchio, University of the Littoral Opal Coast
 

Midnight-Football: The Rationalities and Technologies of Discipline in a Sports-Based Intervention in Suburban Sweden

David Ekholm, Magnus Dahlstedt

Linköping University, Sweden



Social Practice Theory as a Toolbox in Children’s Physical Activity Program

Leene Korp, Marko Uibu

University of Tartu, Estonia



Refugees, Physical Activity and Sport. A Systematic Literature Review of Qualitative Research

Enrico Michelini, Birte Krause

TU Dortmund, Germany



Sport and New Digital Communities

Loredana maria anna Tallarita

UNIVERSITY KORE OF ENNA

RN29_02: Solidarity, Imagination, and Real Utopias
Location: GM.325
Chair: Ilaria Riccioni, Free University of Bozen
 

Why Affective Relations of Love, Care and Solidarity matter in Sociology

Kathleen Lynch

University College Dublin, Ireland



Speculating on Progress: Catastrophe, Remembrance and the Critical Value of Narrative Utopia

Joe Peter Lionel Davidson

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Real utopias. Erik O. Wright’s legacy and contribution to social theory

Marta Soler1, Ramon Flecha1, Teresa Sordé2

1: Universitat de Barcelona, Spain; 2: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

RN30_02a: Education, gender and class
Location: GM.302
Chair: Tarja-Riitta Tolonen, University of Helsinki
 

Sisterhood and Respectability: Muslim Girls’ Perceptions of Sexual Harassment in an Urban Secondary School

Ylva Odenbring1, Thomas Johansson2

1: Univeristy of Gothenbrug, Sweden; 2: University of Gothenburg, Sweden



“I Am No Longer Tough”. Minority Danish Boys Changing Paths in Danish Schools.

Laura Gilliam

Aarhus Universitet, Denmark



Vocational Education Students and Labour Market Citizenship

Susanna Marja Ågren

Tampere University, Finland



Parental Influence on Students’ Educational Trajectories: Overemphasis on Academic Track at the Cost of Vocational Education

Heidur Hrund Jonsdottir, Kristjana Stella Blondal

University of Iceland, Iceland

RN30_02b: Participation II: Activism and social movements
Location: GM.303
Chair: Carlo Genova, University of Turin
 

Activation of Student Protest : Reactions, Repression and Memory at Nanterre University, 1968-2018

Simon Ridley, Paolo Stuppia

Université Paris Nanterre, France



Constructing Youth As Political Actors: A Comparative Study Across Higher Educational Institutions In Europe

Achala Gupta1, Rachel Brooks2

1: Asia Research Institute, NUS; 2: University of Surrey



Youth Conditions, Student Movements, Neoliberal Education Policies, and Protest: a Case-Study

Lidia Lo Schiavo

University of Messina, Italy



Making It Political? Young Animal Rights Activist - In And Between Social And Political Activism In Estonia.

Reelika Pirk

Tallinn University, Estonia

RN30_02c: Methodological innovations
Location: GM.304
Chair: Ingmar Zalewski, University of Kassel
 

What Counts As Data? Re-animating Young Lives, Re-visioning Youth Transitions Using The UK National Survey Of Health And Development

Penny Tinkler, Resto Cruz, Laura Fenton

University of Manchester, United Kingdom



Researching Youth at the Margins: Do different methods reveal different data?

Avril Keating, Rachel Benchekroun

University College London, United Kingdom



Family Interviews: Exploring Intergenerational Occupational Transmission in the Middle Class

Miriam Schad1, Andrea Hense2

1: Technical University Dortmund, Germany; 2: Sociological Research Institute Göttingen (SOFI), Germany



Addressing The Notions Of Listening And Participation In Intervention Research With Young Adults

Sanna Aaltonen1, Janet Anand1, Antti Kivijärvi2

1: University of Eastern Finland; 2: University of Helsinki

RN31_02: Contextualizing Racism
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Markus End, Technical University Berlin
 

“The Most Dangerous Racism Today is the White Man in the Suit Who’s Got Positions of Power to Employ People”: White Privilege, Racial Exclusion and the Silencing of Racism

Madeline-Sophie Abbas

University of Manchester, United Kingdom



Racism, Black Movements and Census in Portugal: from invisibility to counting

Nuno Manuel Ferreira Dias

ISCTE-IUL, Portugal



Institutional and Exclusive Solidarity, Racism and Absent Presences – Discussing the Eclectic Foundation for Restrictive Welfare Policy in Austria

Andreas Schadauer

University of Vienna, Austria

RN32_02a: Populism, Institutions and Counter-reactions
Location: GM.338
Chair: Cecilia Biancalana, University of Lausanne
 

Populist Parties between Protest, Institutions and Interest groups

Carlo Ruzza1, Oscar Mazzoleni2

1: University of Trento, Italy; 2: University of Lausanne, Switzerland



Eurosceptic backlash? Pro-European and Counter-Populist Movements in Europe

Hans Joerg Trenz1, Charlotte Galpin2

1: University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 2: University of Birmingham



The debate between Populist and anti-populists in the European Parliament

Enzo Loner1, Carlo Ruzza2

1: University of Trento, Italy; 2: University of Trento, Italy



Voting Intention Polls in the 2019 Italian Election for the European Parliament: Methodological Quality and Predictive Capacity in Times of Populism

Giancarlo Gasperoni

University of Bologna, Italy

RN32_02b: Social Politics
Location: GM.339
Chair: Alison E. Woodward, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
 

The Welfare State at Stake: on the multidimensional Configurations of Solidarity Patterns among the Austrian and Hungarian Population

Jörg Flecker1, Carina Altreiter1, Zsófia Nagy2, Saskja Schindler1

1: University of Vienna, Austria; 2: Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary



Keep Them Waiting, Keep Them Quiet: Waiting as a Strategy of Social Control for Citizens on Social Assistance

Lasse Schmidt Hansen

Department of Political Science, Aarhus University, Denmark



On Justifiying Austerity: Politics of Trust and Fear

Janne Autto1, Jukka Törrönen2, Jef Huysmans3

1: University of Lapland, Finland; 2: Stocholm University; 3: Queen Mary University of London



Mapping Socio-Economic Determinants of Political Efficacy: Analysis of European Social Survey Data

Vaidas Morkevicius, Egle Butkeviciene, Egle Vaidelyte, Giedrius Zvaliauskas

Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

RN33_02a: Economic Relations: Work, Gender Equality and Empowerment
Location: BS.3.14
Chair: Felizitas Sagebiel, Bergische University of Wuppertal
 

Challenges and Strains in Couples’ Dual Career Management:The Persistent Impact of Gender at the Work Place. Empirical Evidence from Austria.

Gerlinde Mauerer

University of Vienna, Austria



Entrepreneurship and Women Empowerment: A Case Study of Women Entrepreneurs from Urban Nepal

Tika Ram Gautam2, Rojina Mahat1

1: Tribhuvan University, Nepal; 2: Master in Social Work Programme, Tribhuvan University, Nepal



Gender And The Professional Experience Of Women Working In IT sectors. Results Of Research In Polish Context.

Edyta Tobiasiewicz

Jagiellonian Uniwersity in Krakow, Poland



It’s not all ‘bout the Money: Making Profit on Gender Equality

Magdalena Petersson McIntyre

University of Gothenburg, Sweden

RN33_02b: Feminist Movements: Mobilizations and limitations
Location: BS.3.15
Chair: Consuelo Corradi, Lumsa University
 

Construction of the Feminist Consciousness as part of the Collective Identity

Kristína Papcunová

Deparment of Sociology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic



Digital Feminist Activism in the Case of the Academic appeal Against Sexual Harassment #akademiuppropet

Lisa Salmonsson

Örebro University, Sweden



Understanding Contemporary Feminist Participation: Does #metoo Constitute A Counter Public Sphere?

Vittoria Bernardini

Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy



Social Background and Self-confidence Among Young Girls in Norway

Kathrine Skoland, Brita Gjerstad

University of Stavanger, Norway

RN34_02: Discussing old and new religious topics I
Location: BS.4.05A
Chair: Sinisa Zrinscak, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law
 

Abuse as a Barrier to Belonging: Pope Francis’ 2018 Visit to Ireland

Gladys Ganiel

Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom



Can Atheists be Good Citizens?

Insa Bechert

GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany



Paradise Lost? Discrimination Claims Against Religious Organizations in Switzerland, Germany and ECtHR

Michalina Zofia Preisner

University of Bern, Switzerland

RN35_02a: Migration Between Natural Disasters and Cultural Heritage
Location: BS.G.26
Chair: Gordana Dragomir Vuksanovic, Novi Sad Business School
 

Migration as an Adaptation Strategy for Climate Change: A Qualitative Study on the Perspectives of Moroccan Migrants Living in Belgium

Loubna Ou-Salah

University of Antwerp, Belgium



The Influence Of Cultural Heritage On The Awareness Of Population Regarding Natural Disasters And Ways Of Facing Them

Gordana Dragomir Vuksanovic1, Imre Nagy2

1: Novi Sad Business School, Serbia; 2: University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Science



Climate Change, Subsistence Farming And Outmigration In Rural Zacatecas, Mexico

Kerstin Schmidt

Bielefeld University, Germany

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

RN35_02c: Migration in Longitudinal Perspective
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Dilek Cindoglu, Hbku
 

New Polish Organizations in France: Change or Continuity?

Jacek Kubera

Institute for Western Affairs, Poland



Marriage and Social Integration – Results From a Longitudinal Survey Among Immigrants in Germany

Stephanie Fleischer

Criminological Research Institute of Lower Saxony, Germany



Socialization And Competition: Mechanisms Of Changes In Attitudes Towards Immigrants In Germany And The UK From 2002 To 2016.

Katja Schmidt1,2

1: German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin), Germany; 2: Berlin Graduate School for Social Sciences (BGSS) at Humboldt University (HU) Berlin, Germany



Understanding Migrants’ Responses To Unsettling Events: Interrogating ‘Brexodus’ Through A Time-Place-Relational Lens

Majella Kilkey1, Louise Ryan2

1: Univ of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 2: Univ of Sheffield, United Kingdom

RN37_02a: Consequences of digitalization on urban life and urban spaces
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: Patricia Campelo, UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY
 

Digital Platform and Cities: The cases of Bologna city of food and Lisbon TVDE service.

Giorgio Pirina

University of Bologna, Italy



Un/safe City. The Gendered Representation Of Safety Technologies

Alina Dambrosio Clementelli

indipendent researcher, Italy



Do Locative Media Change Urban Public Space?

Eric Lettkemann, Ingo Schulz-Schaeffer

TU Berlin, Germany



Bright Spots in the Sold City? Libraries in the Age of Digitalization.

Alina Wandelt

Universität Leipzig, Germany

RN37_02b: Neighbourhoods and neighbouring as a conceptual and empirical challenge 1
Location: BS.3.20
Chair: Jan Ueblacker, ILS
 

Urban Experiments in Times of Crisis: From Cultural Production to Neighbourhood Commoning

George Chatzinakos

Manchester Metropolitan University, Greece



„Moving for the Kids – Does the Perception of Spatial Educational Opportunities and Neighbourhood Quality Influences Relocation Decisions? “

Mareike Oeltjen

University of Bremen, Germany



Practices of Neighbouring and Social Order(s)

Andrzej Wojciech Bukowski1, Marta Smagacz-Poziemska2

1: Jagiellonian University in Kraków; 2: Jagiellonian University in Kraków



Unfamiliar Eyes and Fragile Trust. An Ethnographic Research into Boundary Practices in ‘Unsafe Neighborhoods’

Mare Else Knibbe1, Sjoerd Cratsborn2, Klasien Horstman1

1: Maastricht University, Netherlands, The; 2: Independent

RS08_02: Social movements and the sociology of engagements
Location: GM.331
Chair: Veikko Eranti, Tampere University
Chair: Eeva Kristiina Luhtakallio, University of Tampere
 

Plural Engagements and Social Movement Studies: Theoretical Reflections and Post-Socialist Cases

Mischa Gabowitsch

Einstein Forum, Germany



Building Translocal Commons: Climate Justice Networks in Turkey and Germany

Hande Paker

Bahçeşehir University, Turkey



Historical Background of the Gezi Protests and the Justice and Development Party's Policies

Tülay Yılmaz

Tampere University, Finland



The Russian “Vatniki” And The French “Yellow Vests”: An Attempt To Understand The We-Lower Class People

Karine Clément

Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), France

RS16_02: Spatial Mobilities: Practices and Decision-Making Process
Location: BS.4.05B
Chair: Heiko Rüger, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB), Germany
Chair: Gil Viry, University of Edinburgh
 

Mobilities, Migration and More: Reconsidering the Agendas in Rural Youth Research

Raili Nugin

Tallinn University, Estonia



An "Everett Hughes" In The Engine: The Moral Organization Of Everyday Spatial Mobility

Joseph Cacciari1,3, Anne Aguilera2,3, Leslie Belton-Chevallier2,4

1: Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, France; 2: Institut français des sciences et technologies des transports, de l'aménagement et des réseaux; 3: Laboratoire Ville Mobilité transport; 4: Laboratoire Dynamiques Économiques et Sociales des Transports



Are You Ready To Move? A Study On Individuals' Propensity Toward Spatial Mobility, Evidence From Italy.

Matteo Bocchino, Federico Fantechi

Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy



Migration, Commuting, or a Second Home? Insights From a Vignette Experiment

Knut Petzold

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

RS17_02: Dynamics of territories: Rural visions, identities and social innovation
Location: BS.4.06A
Chair: Apostolos G. Papadopoulos, Harokopio University
Chair: María Jesús Rivera Escribano, University of the Basque Country
 

Beyond Rural Idyll? The Role Of Alternative Food Systems In The Transformation Of Rural-Urban Relations

Wojciech Goszczynski

Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland



''They've Stolen The Fair's Identity To The Farmers!'' Festive Sociabilities, Conflicts Of Belonging And Power Struggles In a French Village (1980-2015)

Quentin Schnapper1,2,3

1: Ecole Normale Supérieure (Ulm), France; 2: PSL Research University; 3: CESAER (INRA)



‘Pastoral Visions’: A Visual and Spatial Analysis of Poundbury, Dorchester, UK

Laura Clancy

Lancaster University, United Kingdom



The Performative Dynamics Of Spatial Spread In Social Innovation Across Disadvantaged Rural Regions.

Jamie-Scott Baxter

Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space (IRS), Germany

RS18_02: Urban Futures: Visions, imaginaries and narratives (2)
Location: BS.3.17
Chair: Catherine Louise Walker, University of Manchester
 

DECIDING TOGETHER: Forms of Participatory Budgeting in Finnish Cities

Titiana Ertiö, Mikko Rask

University of Helsinki, Finland



Imagining a Good Life in Stoke-on-Trent: The Role of ‘Absence’ and Memories of the Past in Shaping Everyday Utopian Futures in an Urban Post-Industrial Landscape

Susan Helen Venn, Kate Burningham

University of Surrey, United Kingdom



Developing Common Visions? Elaborating Conception of Cohesion with Help of Deliberative Procedures in Disintegrated Urban Spaces – ZuNaMi Approach

Kevin Brandt1, Tatiana Zimenkova2

1: Hochschule Rhein-Waal, Germany; 2: Rhine-Waal-University of Applied Sciences



A Review Paper On Social Sustainability In Urban Road Transportation In Abuja, Nigeria

Tukur Mohammed Ahijo, John Whitton, Ioan Charnley-Parry

University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

   
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JS_RN01_RN37_03: Urban Ageing: Towards an enhanced spatial perspective
Location: BS.4.06A
Chair: Anna Urbaniak, Irish Centre for Social Gerontology
Chair: Marta Smagacz-Poziemska, Jagiellonian University
 

‘This Is A Good Place To Grow Old’: A Narrative Analysis Of Ageing In And Out Of Place

Louise Ryan, Majella Kilkey, Magdolna Lorinc, Obert Tawodzera

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom



Ageing, Housing Affordability and Spatial Age Segregation: Evidence from the UK

Albert Sabater1, Nissa Finney2

1: University of St Andrews, United Kingdom; 2: University of St Andrews, United Kingdom



Nostalgia, Solastalgia and Biographical Contextualisation: Perspectives on the (Post)Socialist Social Change Among Older Czechs

Lucie Galčanová

Masaryk University, Faculty of Social Studies, Czech Republic



Complexity and Contradiction: A Study of an Ageing Population’s Experience of Urban Space.

Peter Scanlon, Prof. Geraint Ellis, Dr. Nuala Flood

Queens University Belfast, United Kingdom

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_RN21_RN31_03: The Challenge of Measuring Antisemitism
Location: BS.4.06B
Chair: Wolfgang Aschauer, University of Salzburg
Chair: Karin Stoegner, University of Vienna
 

Challenges of Measuring and Assessing Antisemitism: Phenomena, Perspectives and Methodological Considerations

Kim Robin Stoller

International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism (IIBSA) / Free University Berlin, Germany



The Challenge of Studying Antisemitism and how Survey Experiments Can Help us to Adress it

Heiko Beyer1, Ulf Liebe2

1: Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany; 2: University of Warwick



New Ways of Scrutinising Overt and Subtle Antisemitism in Hungary

Ildiko Barna, Arpad Knap

Eotvos Lorand University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hungary



Assessing Antisemitism On Twitter

Daniel Armin Miehling1, Gunther Jikeli2,3,4

1: OTH-Regensburg; 2: Indiana University, United States of America; 3: Potsdam University, Germany; 4: CNRS, France

RN01_03a: Work and Retirement
Location: UP.3.204
Chair: Andreas Mergenthaler, Federal Institute for Population Research
 

Ageing Baby-boomers, Housing Wealth and Retirement Trajectories

Misa Izuhara1, Ray Forrest2

1: University of Bristol, United Kingdom; 2: Lingnan University Hong Kong



Ageing Migrants, Gender and Retirement: The Case of Portuguese in Switzerland

Liliana Azevedo

ISCTE-IUL, Portugal; NCCR - ON THE MOVE, Switzerland



Explaining Differences in Late and Uncertain Retirement Preferences between the Solo Self-employed and Employees: The Role of Job Characteristics

Marleen Damman1,2, Dieuwke Zwier1, Swenne G. van den Heuvel3

1: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI), The Hague, The Netherlands; 2: University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG), Groningen, The Netherlands; 3: Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), Hoofddorp, The Netherlands



What Drives Pensioners’ Transnational Mobilities? The Swiss Case

Eric A. Crettaz1, Mihaela Nedelcu2, Claudio Bolzman1

1: University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Western Switzerland, Switzerland; 2: University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland

RN01_03b: Ageing and Technology II
Location: UP.3.205
Chair: Daniele Zaccaria, Golgi Cenci Foundation
 

The Intra-action Of Learning And Teaching Digital Skills – Peer-tutoring As A Way to Support Belonging Of Older People In Finland

Kristiina Korjonen-Kuusipuro, Kaisa Pihlainen, Eija Kärnä

University of Eastern Finland, Finland



Older People Smartphone Internet Use In Daily Life: Practices And Meanings

Alessandro Caliandro

University of Bath, United Kingdom



The inter(intra)generational use of ICTs among grandmothers: a field study in Italy, Romania, Spain and Israel.

Simone Carlo1, Catarina Rebelo2

1: Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy; 2: Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia CIES-IUL, Lisboa, Portugal



(Re-)Organization of Home Care through Digital Assisting Technologies for Elderly People?

Jana Katrina Deisner

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

RN02_03a: Arts Management
Location: GM.306
Chair: Constance DeVereaux, University of Connecticut
 

Cultural Management As Instrument Of Regeneration In Rural Areas: An Example From The Southern Periphery Of Europe.

Olga Kolokytha

University of Vienna, Austria



Rethinking the Relationship of Management and Arts Management

Hua Fang

Shanghai Conservatory of Music, China, People's Republic of



Social Boundaries and Exclusion in the Arts

Hans Abbing

Erasmus University of Rotterdam, Netherlands, The

RN02_03b: Artists and Audiences
Location: GM.307
Chair: Volker Kirchberg, Leuphana University of Lueneburg
 

Is this even Theatre? Investigating Audiences of Contemporary Theatre and Performance

Laura Gemini1, Stefano Brilli2

1: University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy; 2: IUAV University Venice, Italy



Richard Sennett and the Jewish Ghetto in Venice: for a Socio-Literary Interpretation of Cultural Displacement

Andrea Lombardinilo

Gabriele d'Annunzio University, Chieti-Pescara (Italy), Italy



The Connection Of The Everyday Objects With The Reproduction Of Art- Working on Armenian Visual Culture Through Mahreç Arthouse, Istanbul

ESİN Berktas

Beykent University, Turkey



From Art Museums to Galleries: the Role of Art Institutions in the Czech Republic through the eyes of their Audience

Ewa Grigar1,2

1: Charles University Faculty of Arts, Czech Republic; 2: North Carolina State University (Prague center)

RN03_03: Biography and Memory
Location: GM.334
Chair: Katarzyna Waniek, University of Lodz
 

1968 in Poland – Biography and Memory

Andrzej Czyżewski

University of Lodz, Poland



Narrative Construction Of Generational Experience In Latvian Life Stories

Edmunds Šūpulis

University of Latvia, Latvia



Winners And Losers Of The Process Of Tansformation From The Biographical Perspective.

Kaja Kazmierska

University of Lodz, Poland



Reception And Integration: The Narrative Of The Riace Case

Paolo Contini1, Angela Mongelli2

1: Facoltà Teologica Pugliese, Italy; 2: Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro

RN04_03: Childhoods and Children's Rights
Location: GM.327
Chair: Jo Moran-Ellis, University of Sussex
Time allocation: 15' presentation directly followed by 5' consecutive discussion on the paper presented, and at the end of the session 10' general discussion of all papers presented in the session.
 

Is This a Child? Rights, Protection and Responsibilities in a Globalized World

Cecilie Basberg Neumann

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway



Differences In The Construction Of Belonging Of Missing Children

Isabelle Marie Brantl, Barbara Klein

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany



Child Sex-Trafficking: A Qualitative Analysis Of Risk Factors From The Experiences Of Survivors

Guiomar Merodio, Lena de Botton, Lidia Puigvert

University of Barcelona, Spain



Growing Up with Violence in a Kashmiri Neighbourhood

Aatina Nasir Malik

Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India

RN05_03a: Stratification 1
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Semi Purhonen, Tampere University
 

Cultural Evaluation of Urban Space: Mixed Methods Study of University Students in Prague

Ondřej Špaček

Charles University, Czech Republic



Highbrow Parents Raise Omnivorous Children? The Inheritance of Cultural Capital in Finland in 2007 and 2018

Jarmo Johan Petteri Kallunki

Tampere University, Finland



Barriers and Catalysts of Cultural Consumption: The Role of Family and School

Gunnar Otte, Holger Lübbe, Luisa Wingerter

Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany



Building a Sociologically Meaningful Classification of Food Products for National Household Budget Surveys

Marie Plessz1, Anne Lhuissier1, Séverine Gojard1, Véronique Nicheèle2

1: INRA, France, CMH; 2: INRA, France, ALISS

RN05_03b: Digital food
Location: BS.G.35
Chair: Torvald Tangelad, Oslo Metropolitan University
 

When Digital Devices Come Home for Dinner - Devising Food Consumption

Emma Samsioe, Christian Fuentes

Lund University, Sweden



The “Digitalization Of Food Practices (DiFPra) Project”: Understanding How Digital Tools Intertwine With Daily Food Practices

Margot Dyen

University of Neuchâtel, France



Meat Porn: Considering Practice / Discourse Formations

Stefan Wahlen

Wageningen University, Netherlands, The



Food Bloggers: The Role of Immaterial Labour in Shaping Cultural Values Around Sustainable Food Consumption

Jennifer Cole-Wright

University of Leicester, United Kingdom

RN05_03c: Gender and consumption
Location: BS.G.36
Chair: Terhi-Anna Wilska, University of Jyväskylä
 

Using The Menstrual Cup. How Different Intimate Materialities Afford Different Socio-Cultural Experiences Of Menstruation.

Signe Banke, Ian Woodward

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark



Imagining ‘Good’ Sustainable Consumption: On Gender Normativities in Zero Waste Blogs

Mandy de Wilde, Sarah Parry

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



Transgressing Traditional and Neo-liberal Expectations as well: Non-compliant Maternal Food Choices in the Italian Foodscape

Sebastiano Benasso, Luisa Stagi

University of Genoa, Italy



Alcohol Consumption: Socio-environmental Context and Identity of Male Gender

Almane Pakrijauskaite

Vytautas Magnus university, Lithuania

RN06_03: Finance, Debt, Bubbles, and Critical Theories of Money
Location: GM.332
Chair: Laura Horn, Roskilde University
Chair: Ian Bruff, University of Manchester
 

Currency Internationalization and Monetary Dependency

Johannes Jäger1, Claes Belfrfage2, Annina Kaltenbrunner3, Adriana Nilsson2

1: University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna, Austria; 2: Universty of Liverpool; 3: University of Leeds



Monetary Policy as Usual? The Class Characteristics of the Bank of England’s Exceptional Monetary Policy Since the 2007 Global Financial Crisis

John Evemy1, Edward Yates2, Andrew Eggleston3

1: University of Birmingham; 2: The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 3: University of Manchester



What We Can Learn About Platform Capitalism from Past Speculative Bubbles

Steven Watson

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



The Changing Nature Of Money And The Role Of The State

Robin Latimer

Independent researcher, United Kingdom

RN07_03: Sociology of Culture: Theory and concepts
Location: GM.335
Chair: Joost Van Loon, Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
 

(Re)viewing Culture and Academic Anxieties

Simon Ridley

Université Paris Nanterre, France



For a New Sociology of Literature: Befriending Sociology and Aesthetics

Jan Vana

Masaryk University, Czech Republic



Сulture Оf Peace As a Theoretical And Practical Problem Of The Development Of Modern Society

Muslimat Gazieva Akhmedova

Finance University affiliated to the Government of the Russian Federation, Russian Federation



On Clines and Classes, Contradiction and Coherence: reflections on the status of culture

G Bailey

Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

RN08_03: Disaster Management and International Responses
Location: UP.4.214
Chair: Daniel F. Lorenz, Freie Universität Berlin
 

International Deployments and Organized Crime

Diego R. Fernandez Otegui

University of Delaware, United States of America



Build-Back Better? How Post-Disaster Emotions Hamper the Use of Resilience in the Reinstatement of Damaged Homes and Businesses

Tim Harries1, Jessica Lamond2, Claire Twigger-Ross3

1: Kingston University, United Kingdom; 2: University of the West of England, United Kingdom; 3: Collingwood Environmental Planning, United Kingdom



Boundary Work to Conduct Business as Usual: Interaction at the Boundary Between the Affected Organization and Emergency Responders

Olof Oscarsson

Mid Sweden University, Sweden



Navigating the European Landscape of Disaster Risk Reduction – The Case of Data and Socioeconomic Factors

Jorgen Sparf

Mid Sweden University, Risk and Crisis Research Centre, Sweden

RN09_03: Money, Finance and Society I
Location: BS.3.16
Chair: Sebastian Nessel, University of Graz
Chair: Marta Olcoń-Kubicka, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology at the Polish Academy of Sciences
 

"African Money in the Heart of Europe": Bitcoin and Monetary Pluralism Within Central-European Economy

Martin Tremčinský

Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic



Can Local Currencies Enhance Recycling Practices And Breathe New Life To Local Commerce?

Sandra Lima Coelho

Católica Porto Business School, Portugal



Changing Market Logics? The Pressure from Foreign Institutional Investors

Shi-Rong LEE

Sciences Po, France



What Role Does Communication Play In Financial Product Development?

Sonia Kollner

Uppsala University, Sweden

RN10_03a: Grade retention and dropout
Location: UP.3.210
Chair: Jannick Demanet, Ghent University
 

Comparing the Experiences of Youth at Risk of Dropping Out in Different Country Contexts

Dr Szilvia Schmitsek

The University of Warwick, United Kingdom



Grade Retention And Test Anxiety: A Multilevel Analysis Towards The Effects Of Retention Composition On Non-Cognitive Outcomes

Timo Van Canegem, Mieke Van Houtte, Jannick Demanet

CuDOS, Ghent University, Belgium



Diversity of School Dropouts. A Typological Approach

Kristjana Stella Blondal

University of Iceland



Students in Professional Programmes: Patterns of Higher Education Attendance

Elisabeth Hovdhaugen1, Håvard Helland2

1: NIFU, Norway; 2: SPS, OsloMet, Norway

RN10_03b: Gender and education
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Mieke Van Houtte, Ghent University
 

Gendered Universities and Work-life Balance Strategies. A Study Case in a University in Spain

Alícia Villar Aguilés1, Sandra Obiol Francés2

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



“Why Do Girls Shoot Higher Than Boys?”: Individual And Country-level Predictors Of The Reversed Gender Gap In Educational Expectations

Francisco Olivos

The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



Sibling Influence in Field of Study Choices

Maaike van der Vleuten1, Ineke Maas2, Jeroen Weesie2

1: Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, The; 2: Utrecht University, Netherlands, The



The Intergenerational Transmission Of Occupational Norms: Gender And Social Status

Dinah Gross1,2

1: University of Lausanne, Switzerland; 2: University of Geneva, Switzerland

RN10_03c: Segregation, choice and enrolment
Location: UP.3.212
Chair: Bernadette Brereton, Dundalk Institute of Technology
 

School Of Choice Or Schools’ Choice? Intersectional Correspondence Testing On Ethnic And Class Discrimination In The Enrolment Procedure To Flemish Kindergarten

Dounia Bourabain1, Pieter-Paul Verhaeghe1, Peter Stevens2

1: Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium; 2: Universiteit Gent, Belgium



Segregation In German Pre-School Education And Its Effects On Free Primary School Choice

Isabel Ramos Lobato

ILS - Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development, Germany



The Educational Trajectories of Second-Generation Students Towards Higher Education: the Italian Case

Alessandro Bozzetti

University of Bologna, Italy



Developing Diversity Sensitive, Evidence-Based Student Selection Toolkit

Anastasia Kurysheva, Gönül Dilaver

Utrecht University/University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands, The

RN11_03a: Mobilisation, Resistance and Emotion
Location: BS.3.26
Chair: Yvonne Albrecht, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
 

The Strategic Use of Emotions in Recruitment Strategies of Armed Groups: The Case of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE)

Larissa Daria Meier

Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy



Storytelling and Emotional Engagement in Social Communication: the Italian Donation Campaigns.

Gea Ducci

University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy



Emotions and Collective Action: Managing Fear in Recent Romanian Social Movements

George Ionut Simion

University of Bucharest, Romania



Ordinary Appropriations Of Politics Through Jokes. Germany 1938-1944.

Alexandra Oeser

Université Paris Nanterre, France

RN11_03b: Emotions and the Law
Location: BS.3.27
Chair: Rosa M. Sanchez Salgado, University of Amsterdam
 

To Master the Stone Face: Learning and Habituating Judicial Emotions in Court

Stina Bergman Blix1, Åsa Wettergren2

1: Uppsala University, Sweden; 2: University of Gothenburg, Sweden



The Feeling of Justice - Emotion-cognitive Processes of Judicial Decisions

Nina Törnqvist

Uppsala University, Sweden



Learning and Habituating Prosecutorial Emotions

Åsa Wettergren1, Stina Bergman Blix2

1: University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 2: Uppsala University, Sweden

RN12_03a: Workshop: Sustainable Food Practices and Socio-Technical Innovation
Location: BS.3.21
Chair: Magnani Natalia, University of Trento
 

"Bridging Spaces" Linking Modes of Food Provisioning with Household Food Practices Methodologically

Suse Brettin, Meike Brückner

Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Germany



Food Provision Transitions: An Audit of the Digital Landscape in Ireland

Claire O'Neill, Shadi Hashem, Mary McCarthy

University College Cork, Ireland



Mind the Gap: Between the Chain and the Platform

Emanuela Bozzini, Francesca Forno, Natalia Magnani, Filippo Oncini

University of Trento, Italy



Box Schemes: Convenience, health and sustainability in a box?

Nina Heidenstrøm, Marie Hebrok

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

RN12_03b: Sociology and Climate Change
Location: BS.3.22
Chair: Luísa Schmidt, University of Lisbon
 

Climate Change, Policy and Posthumanism: Analysis of Four Policy-assemblages

Nick J Fox1,2, Pam Alldred3

1: University of Huddersfield; 2: University of Sheffield; 3: Brunel University London



Knowledge Resistance: Climate Change Dismissal As Fear Of Cultural Change

Mikael Klintman

Lund University, Sweden



Small-scale Interventions into a Dangerous Debate? How Civil Society Organizations React to Climate Engineering Proposals

Felix Wittstock

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig, Germany



Aiming for Transdisciplinarity: Theoretical and Methodological Considerations for the History of Nuclear Energy and Society (HoNESt) Research Project

Ioan Charnley-Parry, John Whitton

University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

RN12_03c: Participation, Acceptance, and Environmental Governance
Location: BS.3.23
Chair: Sophie Némoz, University of Bourgogne / Franche-Comté
 

Citizen Engagement In Nature Conservation. Shifting Discourses And Policies In The Netherlands.

Kris van Koppen, Arjen Buijs, Birgit Elands

Wageningen University, Netherlands, The



Integration of Acceptability Studies into Adaptive Landscape Design

Maria Busse, Rosemarie Siebert

Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF), Germany



Community Based Water Management in Rural Chile: An Institutional Ethnography

Adriana Angela Suarez Delucchi

Bristol University, United Kingdom



Private Trees For Public Benefit: Comparing Regulatory Frameworks Concerning Cutting Off Trees On Private Land In Poland, Germany And Lithuania.

Piotr Matczak1, Volker Beckmann2, Katažyna Mikša3

1: Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland; 2: University of Greifswald, Germany; 3: Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania



Politics of Environmental Governance on High-level Nuclear Waste Management in South Korea

Young Hee LEE

The Catholic University of Korea, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

RN13_03a: Multi-local, multicultural and transnational families
Location: UP.2.218
Chair: Irena Juozeliuniene, Vilnius University
Chair: Ronny König, University of Zurich
 

The Significance of Studying ‘In-Between’ Spaces in Family Life

Vanessa May

University of Manchester, United Kingdom



Similarities and Differences: The Case of Hungarian-Serbian Mixed Marriages

Tibor Ladancsik

University of Debrecen, Hungary



Symbolic Capital and Gender Relations: a Case Study of Transnational Marriages between Mexicans and Eastern Europeans

Ingrid Ots

Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Mexico



Parents of Refugee Youth: Utilizing and Transforming their Social and Cultural Capital Within the Icelandic Education System

Eva Hardardottir, Berglind Rós Magnúsdóttir

University of Iceland, Iceland

RN13_03b: Parent-child relations, mothering and fathering practices III
Location: UP.2.219
Chair: Sara Mazzucchelli, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY
Chair: Kim Bastaits, PXL University College
 

A Mother — Manager of Care and Everyday Life, a Father — Entertainment Expert. ’Mothering’ and ’Fathering’ Practices — the study of families in Poland

Malgorzata Sikorska

University of Warsaw, Institute of Sociology, Poland



Family Relationships of Foster Youth: Source of Support or Hindrance during the Transition to Adulthood?

Gaëlle Aeby, Ossipow Laurence

University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland



Gender, Parenthood Norms, and Life Satisfaction: Trends in the Effects of Motherhood and Fatherhood in Germany between 1984 and 2015

Klaus Preisner1, Franz Neuberger2, Ariane Bertogg3

1: University of Zurich, Switzerland; 2: German Youth Institute, Munich; 3: University of Konstanz, Germany



Negotiating Parenting Practices And Childcare Decisions: The Case Of Finnish Couples

Petteri Eerola1, Johanna Närvi2, Johanna Tervävä3, Katja Repo1, Johanna Lammi-Taskula2

1: Tampere University, Finland; 2: National Institute of Health and Welfare, Finland; 3: University of Jyväskylä, Finland

RN13_03c: Intergenerational relationships and kinship networks II
Location: UP.2.220
Chair: Isabella Crespi, University of Macerata
Chair: Anna Escobedo, University of Barcelona
 

Eldercare in Family-based Models of Care – The Case of Poland and Portugal

Agnieszka Maria Furmańska-Maruszak, Anna Wójtewicz

Nicolas Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland, Poland



Intergenerational care-conflicts among Turkish immigrants in Germany

Christoph Frohn, Marc Breuer

Catholic University of Applied Sciences, Paderborn/Germany



Intergenerational Longitudinal Research: Analyzing Relationships and Mentalities with Family Interviews

Andrea Hense1, Miriam Schad2

1: Sociological Research Institute Goettingen (SOFI), Germany; 2: Technical University Dortmund, Germany



Tensions and Taboos in Intergenerational Relationships seen through Advertising

Malene Gram1, Caroline Marchant2, Stephanie O'Donohoe2

1: Aalborg University, Denmark; 2: University of Edinburgh Business School, UK

RN14_03: State Regulation of Equality
Location: UP.4.211
Chair: Hazel Conley, University of the West of England
 

Gender (In)equality In Business And Countries' Welfare Systems - Discussion From A Comparative Research On Women’s Career Development Between Scandinavian Countries And Japan

Kuniko Ishiguro

Tokyo International University, Japan



Regulating Women’s Pay in Finland and the UK – From Equal Pay to the Gender Pay Gap

Hazel Conley1, Paula Koskinen-Sandberg2

1: University of the West of England, United Kingdom; 2: Tampere University, Finland



The Welfare Expropriation. A Case Study of Basque Country Welfare State from a Feminist Perspective

Jezabel Lucas García, Siro Bayón Calvo, Rogelio Gómez García

Universidad de Valladolid



Why Do Councils Introduce Knowledge-building Activities to Promote Equality in Public Procurement? An Analysis of Decision-making in Scottish Local Councils.

Katharina Sarter

University of South Wales, United Kingdom

RN15_03: General Session (2)
Location: BS.4.04A
Chair: Valtteri Vähä-Savo, Tampere University
 

The Transnationalization Of Lifeworlds In Europe – A Stimulus For Value Convergence?

Auke Aplowski, Jan Delhey

Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany



Impact of Transnational European Practices on the Development of Individual Outlooks.

Larisa Vdovichenko

Russian State University for the Humanity, Russian Federation



A Global Sociological Approach To The Problem Of A Devaluation Of The Humanities Within The University

Rosário Couto Costa

University Institute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL), CIES-IUL, Lisbon, Portugal



Globalization and Citizenship Policies

André Folloni2, Sara Petroccia1, Emilia Ferone1

1: University Gabriele d'Annunzio, Chieti-Pescara, Italy; 2: PUCPR, Brazil

RN16_03a: Disability
Location: UP.4.204
Chair: Angela Genova, Urbino Carlo Bo
 

Counter-Configurations of Disability: The ‘Inhabitable’ Worlds of People with Down’s Syndrome

Gareth Thomas

Cardiff University, United Kingdom



Barriers in Social Relationships and Social Participation: the Experiences of Women with Disability

Eleni Koutsogeorgou1,2, Monica Santoro1

1: University of Milan, Italy; 2: University of Turin, Italy



Protests of Persons With Disabilities, Their Parents and Care Providers in Poland - Analysis of Press Releases

Marta Sałkowska

Collegium Civitas, Poland



Studying in the Narratives of Disabled Students

Elzbieta Stanislawa Zakrzewska-Manterys

University of Warsaw, Poland

RN16_03b: Challenges for Health Care Organisation
Location: UP.4.205
Chair: Antonio Maturo, Bologna University
 

Using A Humanist Perspective To Overcome Nurse-Patient Barriers During Hemodialysis Sessions

Matteo Antonini1, Chantal Cara2, Sylvain Brousseau3, Jean Weidmann4, Louise O'Reilly5, Tanja Bellier-Teichmann1, Evelyne Boillat1, Vanessa Brandalesi1, Mario Konishi4, Delphine Roulet Schwab1, Isabelle Ledoux5, Jerôme Pasquier6, Philippe Delmas1

1: La Source School of Nursing, HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Western Switzerland, Switzerland; 2: Université de Montréal; 3: Université du Québec en Outaouais; 4: School of Management and Engineering Vaud; 5: Université de Sherbrooke; 6: Vaud University Hospital (CHUV)



Breaking Boundaries for Studying Chronic Pain in Childhood

Ana Patrícia Hilário

Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal



Class-related Inequalities in Utilisation of Health Care Services in Later Life: A Bourdieusian Approach

Ivana Paccoud1, James Nazroo2, Anja Leist1

1: University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg; 2: University of Manchester, UK



Alternative Health Practices as a Channel for Social Criticism from the Early 1900s to Present Day

Pia Vuolanto1, Johanna Nurmi2, Suvi Rytty2

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

RN16_03c: Donation and Death
Location: UP.4.206
Chair: Dino Numerato, Charles University
 

“Why Didn’t We Do It”? Early-Life Loss And The Problem Of Post-Mortem Consent

Kate Reed

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom



Can a Case Be Made for Expanding Medical Aid in Dying in the United States

Cristina Zubizarreta, John B. Williamson

Boston College, United States of America



Mix & Match: Constituting Racialised Communities in UK Stem Cell Donor Recruitment

Ros Williams

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom



Mapping The Attitudinal Repertoires On Health-related Donation In Europe: A Multiple Correspondence Analysis

Sam Gorleer, Piet Bracke, Lesley Hustinx

Ghent University, Belgium

RN17_03a: Human Resource Management and Pay
Location: UP.1.218
Chair: Barbara Bechter, Durham University
 

To Get Or Not To Get A Yearly Pay Increase – And Other Peculiarities In Performance Based Pay Raise In Sweden

Dr. Ylva Ulfsdotter Eriksson1, Dr. Petra Adolfsson2

1: Dept. of Socioogy and Work Science, University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 2: Dept. of Business Administration, University of Gothenburg, Sweden



Pressures To Perform? A Comparative Analysis Of The Role Of National Institutions On Performance Appraisal Practices In Hospitals In Europe

Alexandra Elizabeth Stroleny

University of Greenwich, United Kingdom



Motivating and Demotivating Effects of Performance Appraisals – Performance-based Pay in Swedish Public Sector Organisations

Bengt Larsson, Ylva Ulfsdotter Eriksson, Petra Adolfsson

University of Gothenburg, Sweden



Declining Gender Differences in Low-Wage Employment in Germany, Austria and Switzerland

Nina-Sophie Fritsch, Roland Verwiebe, Bernd Liedl

Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria

RN17_03b: Worker Participation, Industrial Democracy and Labour Relations
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Peter Kerckhofs, Eurofound
 

Works Councils and Firm Specific Forms of Participation in German Establishments

Peter Ellguth, Susanne Kohaut

Institute for Employment Research, Germany



Is Italian Social Movement Unionism the effect of a partial Toyotism? The FIAT-Chrysler case

Riccardo Emilio Chesta

Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy



Participation in the Norwegian Model

Stian Bragtvedt

Nord universitet, Norway



Radical Democratic Citizenship at Work in an Adverse Economic Environment: The Case of Principled Workers' Co-operatives in Scotland

Andreas Zaunseder

University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom

RN18_03a: Digital Movements, Activism and Protest
Location: UP.4.209
Chair: Paško Bilić, Institute for Development and International Relations
 

Imagining technology and society in AI and Big Data research

Helene Franziska Thaa

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany



A critical analysis of the UK policies on Artificial Intelligence

Yuqi Na

University of Westminster, United Kingdom



Discourses on Copyright and Cultural Commons as an Example of Communication-based Legality

Ewa Radomska

Jagiellonian University, Poland



Taking Names: Patterns of Meaning and Stereotyping of Social Categories in Antagonistic Discourses on Social Media in Romania and Hungary

Radu Meza1, Andreea Mogos2, Hanna Orsolya Vincze3

1: Babes-Bolyai University, Romania; 2: Babes-Bolyai University, Romania; 3: Babes-Bolyai University, Romania

RN18_03b: Nationalism, Populism and Euroscepticism
Location: UP.4.210
Chair: Raluca Petre, Ovidius University of Constanta
 

Communicating Europe

Debora Marcucci, Albertina Pretto

University of Trento, Italy



Alt-Right Populism and Reddit: An Analysis of Incels

Jacob Johanssen

University of Westminster, United Kingdom



Nationalism and Euroscepticism discourse on Facebook in emerging countries. A case study on Romania

Adriana Ștefănel

Universitatea din București, Romania



Romanian Protests from 10 to 12 August 2018. The Radiography of a Momentum of the Romanian Hyber-Nation

Madalina Balasescu

University of Bucharest / Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, Romania

RN19_03: Digitalization in the Field of Professional Work
Location: BS.3.28
Chair: Christiane Schnell, Institut für Sozialforschung an der Goethe Universität Frankfurt
 

Data Science – The Answer To Everything, But What’s The Question?

Christopher Zirnig

Universität Hohenheim, Germany



Digital Professionalism – Opportunities and Barriers in the Care of Older People.

Helena Hirvonen

University of Eastern Finland, Finland



Modernization of Professions and Specialties. Transformation from Offline to Online Ones: Russian Case in the World’s Tendency

Elena Shatrova

State Academic University for the Humanities / Institute of Sociology Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation



Beyond Professional Employment: What Do the Young Want?

Marina Khokhlova

Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russian Academy of Scienses, Russian Federation

RN20_03: Media Transposition II: Acoustic, Olfactory, and Visual Data
Location: UP.3.209
Chair: Ulrike Tikvah Kissmann, University of Kassel
 

Olfactory Perception – A Neglected Sense In Social Research

Thomas Samuel Eberle

University of St Gallen, Switzerland



Sounds And Knowledge. Animal Bells As Protoypical Technology

Christoph Maeder

University of Teacher Education Zürich, Switzerland



Abstract Music Videos, Pop Culture Media and Social Media Comments: Challenges and Perspectives for the (Audio Visual) Grounded Theory Methodology

Marc Dietrich2, Günter Mey1

1: Magdeburg-Stendal, Germany; 2: Magdeburg-Stendal, Germany



Depicting and Visualizing Boundaries and Borders

Luc Pauwels

University of Antwerp, Belgium

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

RN22_03: Risk and Uncertainty in Everyday Life
Location: UP.4.212
Chair: Anna Olofsson, Mid Sweden University
 

The Fabrication Of Certainty: How Impostors Manipulate Everyday Risk-taking

Christian Alexander Thiel

University Augsburg, Germany



Couples’ Construction of Boundaries of Risk and Responsibility during Pregnancy

Irina Radu1, Solène Gouilhers2, Raphaël Hammer2, Yvonne Meyer2, Jessica Pehlke-Milde1

1: Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland; 2: University of Applied Sciences and the Arts, Western Switzerland



Risk Perceptions In Relation To Threats, Violence And Attacks On Higher Education Institutions In Denmark

Nina Baron

University College Copenhagen, Denmark



From the Problematization of Uncertainty in Iranian Films to the Uncertainty of a Traumatic Everyday Life

Habib Allah Moghimi

University of Sydney

RN23_03a: LGBTQI+ intersectional experiences
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Judit Takacs, Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
 

Language, social networks and belonging among East European LGBT migrants in Scotland

Francesca Stella, Gawlewicz Anna

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom



Queering the Glass Ceiling: lgbtqi+ discrimination in the workplace in Portugal

Ana-Cristina Santos, Rita Alcaire

Centre for Social Studies - UC, Portugal



Discussing and Theorising the Conceptual Gap between LGBTTIQ- Identities and Community-Belonging on the Example of LGBTTIQ Police Officers

Tatiana Zimenkova1, Verena Molitor2

1: Rhein-Waal-University of Applied Sciences, Germany; 2: Bielefeld University, Germany



Gender, Ethnic and Religious Identity Experience among LGBTQ Muslim Youth in the Philippine

Crisanto Quinos Regadio. Jr.1,7, Jethro Orejana Cristobal2, Mariane Amor Romina Torralba Abuan3, Shareen Usman Hayudini4, Jessreel A Rovera5, Carl Julius Dee Tan4, Julia Maria Teresa Bautista Javier6

1: Behavioral Sciences Department, College of Liberal Arts, De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines; 2: Psychology Department, College of Liberal Arts, De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines; 3: Literature Department, College of Liberal Arts, De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines; 4: Ateneo de Zamboanga University; 5: 51 Talk Philippines; 6: Integrated School, De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines; 7: Social Development Research Center, De La Salle-University, Manila, Philippines

RN23_03b: Sex, money and work(s)
Location: BS.3.25
Chair: Stef Adriaenssens, KU Leuven
 

Will Any Body Really Do? Investigating Skills in Commercial Sex

Anastasia Diatlova

University of Helsinki, Finland



Third Parties in Full Service Sex Work in England

Lilith Brouwers

University of Leeds, United Kingdom



Social Background Indicators Amongst Sex Sellers: An Analysis Using Register Based Data

Theresa Dyrvig

Copenhagen, Denmark

RN24_03a: Science and the public I
Location: UP.3.213
Chair: Bernhard Wieser, TU Graz
 

Research Communication in Magnetic Fields: Pitfalls and Strategies

Mette Andersson

University of Oslo, Norway



Travelling Beyond the Barriers of Germline Genome Editing To Belong

Amarpreet Kaur

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Experience Narratives as Acts of ‘Public Engagement with Science’

Kia Kaarina Andell

University of Turku, Finland



Defamiliarization And Refamiliarization: Literary Techniques In The Service Of Scientism In Contemporary Popular Science

Daniel Lars Helsing

Lund University, Sweden; University College London, United Kingdom

RN24_03b: Artificial Intelligence and machine learning
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Aaro Tupasela, University of Helsinki
 

The Politics of Machine Learning

Aaro Tupasela

University of Helsinki, Finland



Artificial Intelligence as a Disruptive Innovation from an Organizational Perspective

Gabriele Blasutig

University of Trieste (Italy)



Artificial Intelligence: Where Were We?

Paola Borgna

University of Turin (Italy), Italy



Artificial Intelligence: A Macro-Sociological Approach

Massimiliano Ruzzeddu

University Niccolò Cusano, Italy

RN25_03: Contentious and electoral politics
Location: GM.330
Chair: Katerina Vrablikova, University of Bath
 

Conflict and Collaboration in Contentious Events: The Case of the 1-O in Catalonia

Ferran Giménez, Hans Jonas Gunzelmann

Barcelona University, Spain



Extra-Territorial Activism By Syrian Refugees In Europe: Exploring Intersections Between Contentious Acts And Electoral Politics

Tasneem Sharkawi

Lancaster University, United Kingdom



The Politics of Alliance in Farmers Movement in India

Simin Fadaee

University of Manchester, United Kingdom



The Movement-Elite Alliance After The Great Recession: The Case Of The Icelandic Constitutional Reform Movement

Jun Shiota

Kobe University, Japan

RN26_03: Populism and welfare chauvinism
Location: GM.328
Chair: Hannu Turba, University of Kassel
 

Welfare Attitudes and Support for Different Types of Populist Parties

Steven Saxonberg1,2, Tomas Sirovatka1

1: Masaryk University,Czech Republic; 2: Comenius University, Slovakia



The Welfare State and Welfare Chauvinism in Europe: Keeping Pace or Losing Ground?

Branko Boskovic

University of Donja Gorica, Montenegro



The Wrath of The Honest Working Man: Structural and Attitudinal Covariates of Welfare Chauvinism In A Country Without Immigrants

Adrian Hatos

University of Oradea, Romania



Welfare Stigma and the Public Gaze

Liv Johanne Syltevik1, Kjetil Grimastad Lundberg2

1: University of Bergen, Norway; 2: Western Norway University of Applied Sciences

RN27_03: Migration and Refugee Flows
Location: BS.4.04B
Chair: Laura Oso, Universidade da Coruña
Chair: Apostolos G. Papadopoulos, Harokopio University
 

Spain Italy and Greece: the migratory routes to Europe and the AMIF Fund

Teresa Consoli, Francesco Mazzeo

University of Catania, Italy



Protection Of The Rights Of Unaccompanied Refugee Children In Greece Of the Socio - Economic Crisis

Pangiota Tsiami, Angeliki Dreliozi, Foteini Tzavella

Laboratory of Integrated Health Care, Nursing Department, University of Peloponnese, Greece



Transnational Strategies of Welfare Provision of Ecuadorian Migrants in Spain

Laura Oso, Raquel Martínez-Buján

ESOMI, Universidade da Coruña, Spain



Networking Mobility: An Analysis Of The Interrelation Between Transnational Migration And Social Capital

Màrius Domínguez i Amorós1, Laura Suárez-Grimalt2

1: UNIVERSITAT DE BARCELONA, Spain; 2: UNIVERSIDADE DA CORUÑA, Spain

RN28_03: Sports management and globalization
Location: BS.1.25
Chair: Nico Bortoletto, University of Teramo - Italy
 

The Olympic City, Before and After: Analysing the Intangible Legacy of Hosting the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics

Maria Alice de Faria Nogueira1,2, Bernardo Borges Buarque de Hollanda2

1: Universidade Estácio de Sá (UNESA), Brazil; 2: Centro de Pesquisa e Documentação de História Contemporânea do Brasil (CPDOC), Brazil



UEFA and FIFA Top-list Referees: Homogeneity, Heterogeneity and Elite Group’s Boundaries.

Gregoire Duvant

Université d'Artois, URePSSS, Atelier SHERPAS, France



Volunteering in Sport in Italy and EU. Some Empirical Evidences and Possible Future Scenarios

Nico Bortoletto

University of Teramo - Italy, Italy



What Is the Bet About? The Betting Strategies and the (Sociological) Knowledge

Przemyslaw Nosal

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland

RN29_03: Knowledge, Ideology and Method
Location: GM.325
Chair: Esther Oliver, University of Barcelona
 

SN Eisenstadt and Zygmunt Bauman: The Possibilities of a Dialogue

Jack Dominic Palmer

University of Leeds, United Kingdom



A Self-Delusive Account Of The Practice Of Philosophy

Francisco Javier Salinas Lemus1,2

1: Institute of Education, University College London, United Kingdom; 2: Instituto de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad Diego Portales, Chile



On The Methodological Significance Of Ontology and Normativity In Social Science

Mikael Carleheden

University of Copenhagen, Denmark



Sociology Of Detachment: Staging An Encounter Between Sociology Of Critique And Sociology of Knowledge

Jana Bacevic

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

RN30_03a: Work and employment II: Precarity
Location: GM.302
Chair: Patrick Thill, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research LISER
 

Exploring the Concept of "Long Term Precariousness": Towards a New Indicator

Magda Nico, Nuno de Almeida Alves, Helena Carvalho, Diana Carvalho

ISCTE-IUL, Portugal



The Dynamics of Youth Employment Precarity: Drivers, Trajectories, and Life-Course Outcomes

Anna Kiersztyn

University of Warsaw, Poland; Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences



Graduates’ Over-qualification. Performing the Border of Precarious Employment in Romania’s call centres

Maria-Carmen Pantea

BBU, Romania



Living on the Brink: Enforced Liminality in the Lives of Young University-educated EU Migrants with Precarious Paths

Anna Maria Simola

University of Helsinki, Finland

RN30_03b: Migration I: Migration and mobilities
Location: GM.303
Chair: Michela Franceschelli, UCL
 

The Impact of Migration on Social Skills of Generation of Change and Generation of Migration

Izabela Grabowska

SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Poland



Unequal Youth Migrations: Exploring The Synchrony Between Social Ageing And Social Mobility Among Post-Crisis European Migrants

Simone Varriale

University of Lincoln, United Kingdom



Challenges of Making and Maintaining Friendships in the Context of Flight and Forced Migration

Jessica Schwittek, Alexandra König

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany



Interethnic Friendships Of Young Adults. The Importance Of Opportunity Structures And Individual Characteristics.

Kien Tran

German Youth Institute (Deutsches Jugendinstitut), Germany

RN31_03: Multicultural Societies, Social Cohesion and Discrimination
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Ireneusz Krzeminski, Warsaw University
 

Inter-Group Contact Gone Wrong: The Consequences of Negative and Neutral Out-Group Exposure for Both Native-Born Citizens and Immigrants

Daniel Herda

Merrimack College, United States of America



Threats and Norms: Cross-Country and Within-Country Effects of Multicultural Policies on Attitudes towards Immigrants

Akira Igarashi

Tohoku University, Japan



Rigid Group Boundaries, Strong Ethnic Identities And Strong Ingroup Cohesion As A Barrier To Harmonious Intergroup Relations

Lidia Terek

University of Novi Sad, Serbia



Senses of Belonging and Connectedness in Multicultural and Multiethnic Society: Measuring Social Cohesion in Georgia

Ana Kirvalidze

Ilia State University, Georgia

RN32_03a: Citizenship and Civil society (II)
Location: GM.338
Chair: Carlo Ruzza, University of Trento
 

Citizens in Training - Youth Participation and Civic Styles in Public Decision-making

Georg Mikael Boldt

Tampere University, Finland



The Depoliticization of Civil Society. A Theory-Driven Empirical Analysis

Sebastiano Citroni

University of Milan Bicocca, Italy



Civil Society In Flux: Trends In Religious And Secular Volunteering Across The US, 2002-15

Dingeman Wiertz1, Chaeyoon Lim2

1: University College London; 2: University of Wisconsin-Madison



(Dis)Empowerment of “We the People” in Contemporary Russia from a Perspective of Its Constitutionalism

Irina Leonidovna Nedyak, Artemy Michailovich Kuchinov

Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation

RN32_03b: Social Identities
Location: GM.339
Chair: Maria Cristina Marchetti, Sapienza University of Rome
 

Young Finnish-Russian Dual Citizens and Sailing on Two Boats at the Sea of International Politics

Kari Saari, Jussi Ronkainen, Marko Kananen

South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, Finland



Banal Nationalism in Cosmopolitan Contexts: An Ethnographic Study on German Societies at English Universities

Cedric Jürgensen1,2

1: University of Leipzig, Germany; 2: Technical University of Chemnitz, Germany



Inclusive Decision-making and Campaign: The Participation of Second Generation Migrants for Preventing Radicalization

Marilena Macaluso1, Santa Giuseppina Tumminelli2

1: University of Palermo, Italy; 2: University of Palermo, Ass. Nahuel, Italy



Entangling Identities: Mapping The Different Ways Citizens Belong To Trans-, Sub- , National And Religious Identities

Charlotte Maene1, Peter Stevens1, Jochem Thijs2

1: Ghent University, Belgium; 2: Utrecht University

RN33_03a: Policies and Gendered Practicies.
Location: BS.3.14
Chair: Nilay Çabuk Kaya, University of Ankara
 

Son Preference and Skewed Sex Ratios: Contradictory Socio-Economic Changes and Effective Policy Formulation

Charumita Vasudev

Indian Institute of Technology, India



Who Can Raise 'Good Citizens': Immigration Policies and the Disciplining of Migrant Women's Reproductive Practices

Gwyneth Lonergan

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

RN33_03b: Marriages, Rituals and Gendered Negotiations.
Location: BS.3.15
Chair: Elisabetta Ruspini, University of Milano-Bicocca
 

Crossing The Borders In A Divided Society: Mixed Marriages Among Palestinians And Jews In Israel

Maha Sabbah karkabi1,2

1: University of Haifa; 2: Truman Institute, Hebrew University of Jerusalem



Happily-Ever After: Self-Married Women, The Claim of Wellness and Temporal Ownership

Kinneret Lahad, Michal Kravel-Tovi

Tel-Aviv University, Israel



Patrilineal Fertility And Marital Bargaining Power In Egypt

Mariam Hamada Abouelenin

Lancaster University, United Kingdom



Gendered (In)Equalities in Siblings Relationships Through the Life Course

Katarzyna Dębska

University of Warsaw, Institute of Sociology, Poland

RN34_03: Discussing old and new religious topics II
Location: BS.4.05A
Chair: Gladys Ganiel, Queen's University Belfast
 

The Religious Stranger: a comparative approach between Spinello and Foncebadón

Costanza Gasparo1, Mario Venturella1, Niccolò Sirleto1, Francesco Sacchetti2

1: Piccolo Opificio Sociologico, Italy; 2: Università di Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy



Writing Justice/ Performing Injustice: Reflections on Research, Publicity and the Birmingham Trojan Horse Affair

John Holmwood1, Helen Monks2, Matt Woodhead2

1: University of Nottingham, United Kingdom; 2: LUNG Theatre Company



New Patterns of Mmebership? Participation Theory in the Study of Modern Faith Communities in Finland.

Pietari Hannikainen

University of Helsinki, Finland



Between Dark and Green Religion: The Spirituality of the Progressive Ecological Milieu in Switzerland

Irene Becci1, Christophe Monnot2,1, Boris Wernli1

1: University of Lausanne; 2: University of Strasbourg

RN35_03a: Migration, Education, and Inequality I
Location: BS.G.26
Chair: Rina Manuela Contini, University of Chieti-Pescara
 

Discrimination, Recognition, and Belonging. A Sociological Approach to the Situation of Refugees in Germany

Albert Jakob Scherr

University of Education Freiburg, Germany



Struggle for Recognition: Educational Strategies of Syrian Kurdish refugees in Turkey

Nubin Ciziri

Uppsala University, Sweden



Declinations of the Inclusion of Foreign Students in Formal Educational Contexts: from the Tactics of Emergency Management to Preventive Strategies

Marianna Siino, Marinella Muscarà

University of Enna "Kore", Italy



Discrimination or just Attribution? Scrutinizing the Effects behind Perceived Discrimination among Migrant Students

Cristina de Paiva Lareiro

University of Education, Freiburg

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

RN35_03c: Family and Gender Relations in Current Migration Contexts
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Anna Schnitzer, University of Zurich
 

Doing Family and Education in Migration Contexts

Eveline Reisenauer

Deutsches Jugendinstitut, Germany



From French Mothers To Migrant Mothers: Narratives Of Transformations, Lost Privileges And The ‘Quieter’ Everyday In Brexit Britain.

Benedicte Alexina Melanie Brahic

Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom



Conceptualising Sexual and Gender-based Violence Against Refugees: policy makers, non-government and international organisations and service providers in Turkey and Sweden

Hannah Bradby1, Saime Ozcurumez2, Selin Akyuz2

1: Uppsala University, Sweden; 2: Bilkent University, Turkey



“They Put Me In A Freezer And They Closed The Door”: The Lived Experiences Of Syrian Refugee Families Resettled In The UK

Hannah Haycox

The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

RN36_03: Political Changes: Providing explanations
Location: GM.304
Chair: Matej Makarovič, School of Advanced Social Studies
 

The Turn From Morphogenesis To Morphostasis And The Rise Of Neoconservative Agency In Estonia

Marju Lauristin, Peeter Vihalemm

University of Tartu, Estonia



Individual Agency or Context. Determinants of Change in Polish Contemporary Society

Agnieszka Kolasa-Nowak

Marie Curie-Sklodowska University, Poland



In search for the roots of recent Czech Euroscepticism

Tomáš Kostelecký

Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic



Explaining Poland’s Illiberal Revolution

Klaus Mueller

AGH University of Science & Technology, Poland

RN37_03a: Segregation and spatial forms of inequality
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: Juan Jose Villalon_Ogayar, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia
 

Strategies Of Coping With The Unequal Access To Public Services In Urban Space

Justyna Anna Koscinska

University of Warsaw, Poland



Living Alone in Urban Context - the Case Study of the Historic Center of Santarem

Catarina Pimpao Lucas

Universidade Nova de Lisboa- Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Portugal



Network-based Survival Strategies of Transgender Sex Workers

Ezgi Guler

European University Institute, Italy



The Banality of Evil: Discrimination within Everyday Life

Bilge Serin

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

RN37_03b: The right to housing 1
Location: BS.3.20
Chair: Patricia Pereira, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa
 

Constructing Community in Multi-Generational Co-Housing Projects – Who and What belongs to Whom and When?

Tanja Ehmann, David Scheller, Stefan Thomas

University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Germany



Dwelling Among Diversity. Boundaries and Boundary Work in the Mixed Housing Companies

Jutta Elisabet Juvenius

University of Helsinki, Finland



Spatial Exclusion and Informalization: Housing at Allotment Gardens in Hungary

András Vigvári

Hungarian Academy of Science, Hungary



Between Needs and Deeds: The Role Of Housing Narratives In (Not) Considering Housing Adjustment Behavior Among Flemish Families

Bart Put, Inge Pasteels

PXL University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Belgium

RS08_03: Class, critique & participation in the sociology of engagements
Location: GM.331
Chair: Anders Blok, University of Copenhagen
 

Critique as a Practice of Equality

Taina Meriluoto

Tampere University, Finland



The Different Worths of the Unemployed - Everyday Discourses on Unemployment in Denmark and UK

Mathias Herup Nielsen

Aalborg University, Denmark



Occupying Political Space? Minority Youth And Their Political Participation

Anna Elisa Suni, Reetta Mietola

University of Helsinki, Finland



The Middle Classes’ Cultural Repertoires and Political Emotions of Citizenship in Finland

Roosa Helmi Henriikka Tuukkanen

University of Tampere, Finland

RS10_03: Young people practising the future
Location: UP.2.217
Chair: Giuliana Mandich, University of Cagliari
 

Practicing The Future In A Time Of Crisis. Young People Facing Social Acceleration

Carmen Leccardi

University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy



Young People and the Anthropocene: Futures Past and Present?

Peter Kelly

RMIT University, Australia



Reading Young People’s Imagined Futures with Affective Tools

Dawn Lyon

University of Kent, United Kingdom



Securing a Future: Youth, Future-making and Temporal Pressure under Neoliberalism

Marisol Olaya Verdugo Paiva

The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

RS16_03: Spatial Mobilities in the Life Course and Mobility Biographies
Location: BS.4.05B
Chair: Knut Petzold, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Chair: Heiko Rüger, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB), Germany
 

The Increasing Instability Of Employment-related Mobility Biographies In Neoliberal Europe: A Cross-cohort Comparison

Gil Viry

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



Towards a Mobility Biography Approach to Long-distance Travel and ‘Mobility Links’

Giulio Mattioli, Joachim Scheiner

TU Dortmund University, Germany



Understanding the Reconstruction of Personal Networks Through Residential Migration Trajectories

Olga Ganjour1, Eric D. Widmer1, Gil Viry2, Jacques-Antoine Gauthier3, Vincent Kaufmann4, Guillaume Drevon4

1: University of Geneva, Switzerland; 2: University of Edinburgh, UK; 3: University of Lausanne, Switzerland; 4: Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland



Practices Of Temporary Mobility And The Maintaining Of Friendships

Cornelia Tippel

ILS - Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development, Germany

RS18_03: Urban Futures: City-ness, rights and utopias
Location: BS.3.17
Chair: Elisa Pieri, University of Manchester
 

On The Edge In Aberdeen, Manchester and Swansea: What Place Do The ‘Peripheral’ and ‘Peri-Urban’ Have In Our Imaginaries Of The City And Why Does It Matter?

Jill Elizabeth Ebrey

University of Manchester, United Kingdom



The Human Rights City: An Idea And A Practice

Michele Grigolo

Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom



Counter-Establishment Evaluation to Learn About Radical Policy Futures

Daniel Silver, Liz Richardson

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

   
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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

JS_RN05_RN12_04: Sustainable Consumption and Wellbeing
Location: BS.4.06A
Chair: Marlyne Sahakian, University of Geneva
Chair: Matthias Gross, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ
 

Challenging Laundry Conventions in Finland and Switzerland: When Upper Limits to Consumption Contribute to Wellbeing

Senja Laakso1, Marlyne Sahakian2, Laure Dobigny2, Laurence Godin2

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



Estimating And Implementing “Sustainable Consumption Corridors” In Practice

Françoise Bartiaux

F. N.R.S. & Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium



How Do People Practice Green Public Spaces as a Consumption Corridor? Initial conceptual reflections linking satisfiers, to practices, to needs

Marlyne Sahakian1, Manisha Anantharaman2, Antonietta Di Giulio3

1: University of Geneva, Switzerland; 2: St Mary's College, USA; 3: University of Basel, Switzerland



Sustainable Mobilities for Wellbeing: Hedonism or Eudaimonism?

Katerina Psarikidou

Lancaster University, United Kingdom



Young People's Use Of 'Good Life' Narratives.

Anastasia Loukianov, Kate Burningham, Tim Jackson

University of Surrey, United Kingdom

JS_RN09_RN17_04: Platform Work: Needs, Activation and Representativeness in the Era of Digital Labour
Location: BS.4.06B
Chair: Arianna Tassinari, University of Warwick
Chair: Davide Arcidiacono, University of Catania
 

Platform Work and Platform Workers in Italy: an Exploratory Study

Davide Arcidiacono2, Ivana Pais1

1: Università Cattolica, Italy; 2: Università di Catania



This Must Be The Place. Food Delivery Business Model, Riders’ Mobilization, And The City.

Filippo Andrei, Tommaso Frangioni

University of Turin, Italy



Not only riders

Andrea Bellini1, Silvia Lucciarini2

1: Dipartimento disse sapienza roma, Italy; 2: University of Florence



Resistance Against the Recommodification of Labour on Food-delivery Platforms in Germany: Structural Drivers and Individual Motivations

Denis Neumann1, Vera Trappmann2, Alexandra Seehaus1

1: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; 2: Leeds University Business School, United Kingdom

RN01_04a: Volunteering & post-retirement work
Location: UP.3.204
Chair: Claudia Vogel, German Centre of Gerontology
 

Volunteering Among Older Persons With Low And High Levels Of Educational Attainment. Results From The German Survey On Volunteering 2014

Frank Micheel

Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany



Patterns of Productivity in the Early Years of Retirement: Individual and Societal Determinants in Europe

Andreas Mergenthaler

Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany



The Motivation Not-to-work – Exploring Work-related Attitudes Of Older Workers That Have Exited Employment

Marc Andrè Kellert

Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany



Employment in Old-Age Retirement and Life Satisfaction

Anu Polvinen, Susan Kuivalainen

Finnish Centre for Pensions, Finland

RN01_04b: Ageing Societies and the Welfare State
Location: UP.3.205
Chair: Anna Urbaniak, Irish Centre for Social Gerontology
 

The Finnish Citizens’ Initiative On Pension Indexation

Kathrin Komp-Leukkunen, Visa Rantanen

University of Helsinki, Finland



Securing Old-age Income in Times of Rising Employment Uncertainty: Comparing 7 European Countries

Dirk Hofaecker, Schadow Sina

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany



Pension Reforms and Old Age Inequalities in Europe

Bernhard Ebbinghaus

University of Oxford, United Kingdom



The Discursive Change From ‘Early’ To ‘Late’ Exit

Per H Jensen

Aalborg University, Denmark

RN02_04a: The Aesthetic Experience in Everyday Life
Location: GM.306
Chair: Sari Karttunen, Center for Cultural Policy Research CUPORE
 

Participatory Art Production - Invested Attempts of Equality and Horizontality

Merete Jonvik

NORCE - Norwegian Research Centre, Norway



Avantgarde or Pop - On the Relation of Sensual Perception and Discursive Situatedness of Pop Cultural Practices in the Arts.

Franka Schäfer

FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany



Cultural Logics in the World of Classical Ballet

Sigrid Røyseng

Norwegian Academy of Music, Norway



The Models Of Contemporary Works Of Art Conveyed By The Dialectic Between Symbolic-Artistic Forms And Society

Valentina Faloni

SAPIENZA Univeristy of Rome, Italy

RN02_04b: Culture and Public Memory
Location: GM.307
Chair: Chris Mathieu, Lund University
 

Beyond Europe: Belonging and Repair in Visual Culture and Public Memory

Michaela Quadraro, Anna Lisa Tota

University of Rome III, Italy



Reimagining African Ccultural Heritage in Lisboa Through Collaborative Projects

Rui Telmo Gomes

Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia (CIES-IUL), Portugal



Constructing Collective Memory through Choral Singing in Fukushima

Naomi Miyamoto

Ritsumeikan University, Japan



The Social Construction Of Artistic Judgement: An ethnography of a theater rehearsal

Dafne Muntanyola-Saura

UNIVERSITAT AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA, Catalunya, Spain

RN04_04: Children navigating economic inequalities
Location: GM.327
Chair: Claudio Baraldi, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Time allocation: 15' presentation directly followed by 5' consecutive discussion on the paper presented, and at the end of the session 10' general discussion of all papers presented in the session.
 

Does Money Matter? Examining the Relationship Between Material Resources and Children’s Subjective Well-Being

Enna Sinikka Toikka

University of Turku, Finland



The Liquid Lives of Poor Children: Water, Waste and Work in Informal Urban Childhood

Phillip Mizen

Aston University, United Kingdom

RN05_04a: Stratification 2
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Ondrej Spacek, Charles University
 

Alternative Food as a Distinctive Way of Consumption: an Ethnographic Case Study of the reinvention of class boundaries in rural area

Anaïs Malié1,2

1: Institute of Political Studies of Toulouse, France; 2: CESAER, INRA de Dijon, France



Ascend Of The Herbivores, Decline Of The Carnivores? The Social Stratification Of Food Consumption Profiles In Italy, 1995-2014

Filippo Oncini, Moris Triventi

Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Trento, Italy



Improving Ways to Determine Whether Cultural Stratification Is Strong or Weak

Semi Purhonen

Tampere University, Finland



They're a Fan but They're Not a Stan: Stratification and Belonging in Digital Music Fan Communities

Sascha Buchanan

Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

RN05_04b: (Not) eating meat
Location: BS.G.35
Chair: Piia Jallinoja, Tampere University
 

Effects Of A Documentary On Consumer Perception Of The Environmental Impact Of Meat Consumption

Andreas Bschaden, Eduardo Mandarano, Nanette Stroebele-Benschop

University of Hohenheim, Germany



Everyday Meat Eating Practices as Multiple Relations of Care

Outi Hannele Marikki Koskinen

University of Helsinki, Finland



Purity and Imperfection: Re-Negotiating Vegan Identity

Eva Haifa Giraud

Keele University, United Kingdom



Food that Matters: Exploring the Material-Discursive Boundaries Between Animal-Sourced and Vegan Food Practices

Steffen Hirth

The University of Manchester, United Kingdom



Transformative Change towards a Sustainable Meat Consumption

Sacha Manik

Roskilde University, Denmark

RN05_04c: Consumption and space: Tourism, mobility and the urban
Location: BS.G.36
Chair: Adrian Leguina, Loughborough University
 

Living Labs and the Governance of Urban Sustainability

Isabel Silva Cruz

Institute of Sociology, University of Porto, Portugal, Portugal



Pleasure vs Responsibility: Negotiating the Leisure-Volunteering Duality in Volunteer Tourism

Netta Kahana

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel



Smart Cars for Distracted Drivers

Piergiorgio Degli Esposti, Paola Parmeggiani

university of bologna, Italy



Modes of Shopping Constituting a Local Street: A video-ethnography of shopping as a practice

Devrim Umut Aslan

Lund University, Sweden

RN06_04: Comparing Capitalisms: Industrial Policy, Progressive Protectionism, Fiscal Stability to Overcome Asymmetries?
Location: GM.332
Chair: David J. Bailey, University of Birmingham
Chair: Yuliya Yurchenko, University of Greenwich
 

Helping To Generate Optimisms Of The Will In Dystopian Times? Reflections On A Decade Of Comparing Capitalisms Teaching

Ian Bruff

University of Manchester, United Kingdom



EU Industrial Policy in Dystopian Times: Why and how Smart Specialisation and Digitization European Industry exacerbate economic structural asymmetries within and beyond the EU

Luuk Schmitz, Angela Wigger

Departement of Political Sciences, Radboud University, The Netherlands



Progressive Protectionism – An Oxymoron Or A Viable Strategy To Reduce Uneven Development In Europe?

Julia Eder

Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria



A Cultural Political Economy Of Fiscal Stability and Growth: The Role Of The State And The Transformation Of The Economic Sphere In Spain

Nagore Calvo

King's College London, United Kingdom

RN07_04: Sociology of Culture: Migration, ethnicity and origin
Location: GM.335
Chair: Dominik Zelinsky, University of Edinburgh
 

Culture Wars in Serbia

Predrag Cveticanin

University of Nis, Serbia



The Enigma of Origin: The Notion of “Leitkultur” (Guiding Culture) and its relation to ideas of “Heimat” (Homeland) in the Current Discourse about Migration in Germany

Jörn Ahrens

Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, Germany



Pomaks At The Junction Of Different Experiences

Melek Kırtıl

İSTANBUL UNIVERSITY, Turkey



Crossing Ethnic Boundaries: Nonindigenous Undergraduate Students’ Development of Intercultural Sensitivity

Ju-Hui Chang, Chien-Lung Wang

Taitung University, Taiwan

RN08_04: Disaster Planning and Practice
Location: UP.4.214
Chair: Eugenia Petropoulou, University of Crete, Greece
 

The Ladies Came With Cookies. Gender Norms In Crisis Management

Erna Danielsson1, Kerstin Eriksson2

1: Mid Sweden University, Sweden; 2: RISE Research Institutes of Sweden



Disasters And The Forces At Work Within Communities.

Graham Lewis Marsh

Coventry University, Australia



The Case of Västmanland: Unaffiliated Volunteers Use of Private Networks to Gain Acceptance

Sophie Kolmodin1,2

1: Mid Sweden University, Sweden; 2: Risk and Crisis Research Center

RN09_04: Money, Finance and Society II
Location: BS.3.16
Chair: Marta Olcoń-Kubicka, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology at the Polish Academy of Sciences
 

Money Knowledge or Money Myths? Results Of A Population Survey On Money And The Monetary Order

Klaus Kraemer, Luka Jakelja, Florian Brugger, Sebastian Nessel

Department of Sociology, University of Graz, Austria



Saving informally: An examination of local “gün” meetings in Turkey

Remziye Gul Aslan

Bogazici University, Turkey



Risk Relations Between Financial And State Fields

Markus Lange

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany



Global Financial Regulation: From Risk to Uncertainty?

Trond Loyning

University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway

RN10_04a: Teacher turnover
Location: UP.3.210
Chair: Dinah Gross, University of Lausanne
 

The Distribution of Teachers in a Marketised School System. The Case of Sweden 1995-2016

Emil Bertilsson

Uppsala University, Sweden



Tracking Teacher Pride of Course! A Study On How Track Position And Subject Matter Influence The Feelings Of Pride In Belgian teachers.

Lorenz Dekeyser, Mieke Van Houtte, Peter Stevens

Universiteit Gent, Belgium



Leaving My Teaching Job Or Leaving My School?” – The Role Of SES Composition, Teachability Perceptions, Emotional Exhaustion And Self-efficacy

Ama Amitai, Lennart Van Eycken, Mieke Van Houtte

Ghent University, Belgium



Teacher Absence And Student Outcomes

Nicolai T. Borgen1, Simen Markussen2, Oddbjørn Raaum2

1: University of Oslo, Norway; 2: The Ragnar Frisch Centre for Economic Research

RN10_04b: Life-long learning
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Adriana Aubert, University of Barcelona
 

The Role Of Lifelong Learning In Improving The Efficiency Of Knowledge-intensive Enterprises

Grigorii Kliucharev, Anna Chursina, Irina Trofimova

Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation



A Proposal for Conceptualising, Analysing and Training Computational and Critical Thinking in Adults in the Knowledge Society

Tatiana Iñiguez-Berrozpe1, Carmen Elboj-Saso1, Francesco Marcaletti2, Ellen Boeren3

1: University of Zaragoza, Spain; 2: Universitat Internacional de Catalunya; 3: University of Edinburgh



The Double Exclusion: Level of Education and Educational Activity of Adults

Barbara Worek1, Magdalena Jelonek2

1: Jagiellonian University, Poland; 2: Cracow University of Economics, Poland



European Lifelong Guidance Policies and Devices: an Opportunity or a Hindrance to Emancipation?

Antonietta De Feo1, Marco Romito2, Catarina Gonçalves3

1: University of Roma 3, Italy; 2: University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy; 3: University of Lisbon, Institute of Education, Portugal

RN11_04a: Desire for Happiness
Location: BS.3.26
Chair: Jordan McKenzie, University of Wollongong
 

Recipes for Happiness: Moral Orientation of Action and Emotion

Alberto Martín Pérez, José A. Rodríguez Díaz, Aitor D. Aguayo

University of Barcelona, Spain



Conceptualizing Happiness: Social Behavior Strategies In The Process Of Identification

Giedre Plepyte-Davidaviciene

Lithuanian Social Research Center, Lithuania



Emotions and Society in the Digital Age: Revisiting the Postemotional Society Thesis

Andrew Kirton

University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

RN11_04b: Work-Related Challenges and Emotional Labour
Location: BS.3.27
Chair: Stina Bergman Blix, Uppsala University
 

"Why Don´t You Find Yourself A Proper Job?" – Feelings And Feeling Norms In The Struggle Over The Symbolic Meaning(s) Of Work.

Nina Margies

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany



Boundary Making, Emotional Labour And Human Non-Human Relationships: A Qualitative Study Of Veterinary Professionals And How They Manage Work-Related Emotions In Professional And Private Contexts

Lorraine Green, Lisa Martina Moran

Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, Lancashire, UK, United Kingdom



Edgework Emotional Management in Organ Donation Negotiation

Lissette Avilés, Susanne Kean, Jennifer Tocher

The University of Edinbrugh, United Kingdom



Keep a Stiff Upper Lip or Wear Your Heart on Your Sleeve? Ethnic Identity and Emotion Management among Arab/Palestinians in Israel

Maha Shehade switat, Yuval Feinstein

university of haifa, Israel

RN12_04a: Food Production and Consumption
Location: BS.3.21
Chair: Balint Balazs, ESSRG
 

Governing Sustainable Seafood – Developing A Flows And Practices Framework

Peter Oosterveer

Wageningen University, Netherlands, The



The Functionality of Dissimilarity: Sustainable Consumption Through Heterogeneous Networks

Robbe Geerts, Frédéric Vandermoere

University of Antwerp, Belgium



Meat Consumption and Vegaphobia. An Exploration of the Social Characteristics of Carnivores, Vegaphobes, and Their Social Environment.

Frédéric Vandermoere, Charlotte De Backer, Robbe Geerts, Sara Erreygers

University of Antwerp, Belgium



A Social-Practices Perspective on Vulnerability and Urban Resilience Building at the Water, Energy and Food Nexus. The Case of Cooking in Kampala, Uganda

Bas van Vliet1, Patience Mguni1, Fiona Marshall2, Jonathan Dolley2

1: Wageningen University, Netherlands, The; 2: University of Sussex, United Kingdom

RN12_04b: Sociology and Climate Change
Location: BS.3.22
Chair: Audrone Telešienė, Kaunas University of Technology
 

How Public Attitudes Toward Climate Change Mitigation Policies Are Measured: A Review and a Construct of Policy Attitudes

Eva Kyselá, Milan Ščasný, Iva Zvěřinová

Charles University Environment Centre, Czech Republic



Identifying the Climate Edge: Categories, Measures and Mixed Data Sources

Filip Mihai Alexandrescu1, Ionuț Anghel1, Anca Mihai2, Alina Pop3, Lucrina Ștefănescu4

1: Research Institute for the Quality of Life, Bucharest, Romania; 2: University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania; 3: Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University, Bucharest, Romania; 4: Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj Napoca, Romania



Leadership and Communication: Parameter Setting for Action Against Climate Change

Gabor Sarlos1, Zoltan Ferencz2

1: RMIT University Vietnam, Vietnam; 2: Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre for Social Sciences



Co-producing Climate Adaptation: Insights and Challenges of Participatory Methodologies

Luísa Schmidt, Carla Gomes, Adriana Alves

Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon, Portugal

RN13_04a: Marriage and cohabitation
Location: UP.2.218
Chair: Sigtona Halrynjo, Institute for Social Research
Chair: Marta Vohlídalová, Institute of Sociology Academy of Sciences of the Czech Rep.
 

Childbearing and Marriage: Investigating the Importance of Context for Meaning Making of First-time Marriage

Karin Jarnkvist

Mid Sweden University, Sweden



Gender, Homeownership and Marriage: A case study of Hong Kong

Pui-chi YIP, Susanne Y P Choi

The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



"Evolution Of Homosexual Marriages And Their Breaks"

José Manuel Jiménez Cabello, Diego Becerril Ruiz

Universidad de Granada Spain

RN13_04b: Parent-child relations, mothering and fathering practices IV
Location: UP.2.219
Chair: Vida Česnuitytė, Mykolas Romeris University & Vilnius University
Chair: Helen Norman, University of Manchester
 

“Prenatal Fathers” On The Journey To The New Role. Exploration Of The Process Of Entering An Engaged Father Model In Contemporary Poland

Marta Magdalena Bierca

University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Poland



Does Father’s Involvement During Childhood Foster Children’s Positive Behaviours In Adolescence?

Darya Vanchugova

The University of Manchester, United Kingdom



Father Involvement and Family Practices for Early Childhood Care in Pakistan

Nehaal F H Bajwa

University of Sussex, United Kingdom



Societal Father Roles, Gender Ideologies and Father-Child Contact After Parental Breakup

Ivett Szalma1, Marieke Heers2

1: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary; 2: FORS, University of Lausanne

RN13_04c: Intergenerational relationships and kinship networks III
Location: UP.2.220
Chair: Ronny König, University of Zurich
Chair: Anna Stastna, Charles University
 

Facets of Parent-Child Relationships in Adulthood and their Role in Transmitting Economic Deprivation across Generations

Marion Fischer-Neumann, Petra Böhnke

University of Hamburg, Germany



Grandparenting with Media

Galit Nimrod1, Dafna Lemish2, Nelly Elias1

1: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel; 2: Rutgers the State University of New Jersey



The Role of Grandparent Involvement on the Wellbeing of Parents

Catherine McNamee

Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom



The Role of Grandparents in the Work/Life Balance Strategies of Spanish Families

Gerardo Meil1, Jesús Rogero-García2, Pedro Romero-Balsas3

1: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain; 2: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain; 3: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

RN14_04: Public Services and Gender Equality
Location: UP.4.211
Chair: Orly Benjamin, Bar Ilan University
 

‘Participation, Influence and Voice’ – Exploring Public Participation as ‘Transformative’ in the Context of the Public Sector Equality Duty

Kate Julie Clayton-Hathway

Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom



The Crisis in Care – Caring Against Crises: Professional Responses to Austerity Politics in Female Dominated Welfare Professions.

Rebecca Elizabeth Selberg1, Paula Mulinari2, Magnus Sandberg1

1: Lund University, Sweden; 2: Malmö University, Sweden



Gender budgeting in the Labor Market and in the Family - the case of Poland

Justyna Tomczyk

Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland

RN15_04: Global Models, Glocal Practices (1)
Location: BS.4.04A
Chair: Sylvain Beck, 1980
 

The Creation And Spread Of The Concept Of Cultural Policy

Pertti Alasuutari1, Anita Kangas2

1: Tampere University; 2: University of Jyväskylä



From Rights to Instruments: Reframing in Transnational Advocacy against Child Marriage

Irem Ebeturk

WZB, Germany



Theory as Practice: Enacting Global Models in Organising for Development in Tanzania

Maia Green1, Tiina Kontinen2

1: University of Manchester; 2: University of Jyväskylä



The Authority Of Science In Parliamentary Discourse: Variation Between Four Countries’ Legislatures

Jukka Syväterä

Tampere University, Finland

RN16_04a: Class, Gender and Ethnic Inequalities
Location: UP.4.204
Chair: Lia Lombardi, Fondazione ISMU; University of Milan
 

"Socioeconomic Inequalities In Health-related Outcomes Of Green Spaces In The Brussels Capital Region: An Intersectional Approach"

Lucía Rodríguez-Loureiro1, Lidia Casas2,3,4, Christophe Vanroelen1,5, Sylvie Gadeyne1

1: Interface Demography, Department of Sociology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium; 2: Centre for Environment and Health – Department of Public Health and Primary Care, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; 3: Research Foundation Flanders (FWO), Brussels, Belgium; 4: ISGlobal, Barcelona Institute for Global Health, Spain; 5: Health Inequalities Research Group (GREDS), Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain



Gradient Or Threshold? – Health Inequalities In And Around The Poverty Line In Europe

Sakari Karvonen, Pasi Moisio

National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland



Life Style and Health Inequalities

Trude Gjernes

Nord universitet, Norway



Social Inequalities in Multimorbidity Patterns in Europe: A Latent Class Analysis

Javier Alvarez-Galvez1, Victor Suarez-Lledo2, Juan Luis Gonzalez-Caballero3, Juan Luis Peralta4, Maria Dueñas5, Alejandro Salazar6, Carolina Lagares-Franco7, Jose Almenara-Barrios8

1: University of Cadiz, Spain; 2: University of Cadiz, Spain; 3: University of Cadiz, Spain; 4: University of Cadiz, Spain; 5: University of Cadiz, Spain; 6: University of Cadiz, Spain; 7: University of Cadiz, Spain; 8: University of Cadiz, Spain

RN16_04b: Health Care Organisations and Policy
Location: UP.4.205
Chair: Guido Giarelli, 'Magna Graecia' of Catanzaro
 

Fiddling While Rome Burns? Conducting Health Research When The NHS Is In Crisis: Implications For Health Sociology

Laura Sheard

Bradford Institute for Health Research, United Kingdom



The Valuation of Mental Health. Approaching Valuation Studies through the case of "Parity of Esteem" in England

Paola Juan

Department of Anthropology, London School of Economics



Post-Trauma: Healthcare Practitioners’ Social Media Use during Times of Political Tension

Ariela Popper-Giveon1, Yael Keshet2

1: David Yellin Academic College, Jerusaem, Israel; 2: Western Galilee Academic College, Akko, Israel



The Institutional Agency Of Cancer Screening: Does It Matter For The Education Gradient In Cancer Screening Participation?

Barbara Willems

Ghent University, Belgium



Mindfulness: Secular or Religious (and why it matters)?

Alp Arat

Cardiff University, UK

RN16_04c: Rethinking mental health
Location: UP.4.206
Chair: Luigi Gariglio, University of Turin
 

Socioneuroscience: Improving Health Through Advancing The Understanding Of The Relationships Between The Human Brain And Social Interactions

Sandra Racionero-Plaza, Ramón Flecha García, Elisabeth Torras

University of Barcelona, Spain



Reconceptualizing Research on Mental Health, Social Class and Working Life

Ari Väänänen1,2, Pekka Varje1

1: Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland; 2: University of Kent, UK



Colonial Psychiatry and the Movement for Global Mental Health: A Postcolonial Analysis

Bruce Macfarlane Cohen

University of Auckland, New Zealand



Personal Perspectives on Service User Involvement – The Narrative and Identity Construction of Experts by Experience Working in Mental Health Services

Marjaana Jones

Tampere University, Finland

RN17_04a: Work and Employment: Behaviour and Perceptions
Location: UP.1.218
Chair: Bengt Larsson, University of Gothenburg
 

Trust Relationships in Employment Relationships

Bernd Brandl

Durham University, United Kingdom



Matching Job Preferences with Job Qualities for Job Satisfaction: How Institutions matter for Matching Across 24 Countries

Tomas Berglund2, Ingrid K Esser1

1: Stockholm University, Sweden; 2: Gothenburg University



Relevance of Cooperative Work Environments for Social Creations

Mar Joanpere1, Teresa Morlà-Folch2, Liviu Catalin Mara1

1: Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain; 2: Universitat Rovira i Virgili



The Effects of Organizational Commitment on Emotional Labor of Restaurant Workers

Vladan Vidicki

Faculty of Philosophy Novi Sad

RN17_04b: Employment Relations and Labour Market Network Perspectives
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Alex Lehr, Radboud University
 

Agency and Networks – What is it that Long-term Unemployed Need and What is it that Employers Want?

Andreas Hirseland2, Lukas Kerschbaumer1

1: Management Center Innsbruck, Austria; 2: Institute for Employment Research, Germany



Social-networks as a Double-Edged Sword: Working-class Young Women and Occupational Segregation in Contemporary Delhi

Garima Sahai

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Employee Voice and Organisational Engagement

Barbara Menara1, Kevin Ruck2, Mary Welch3

1: University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom; 2: PR Academy, Maidstone Studios, Kent, United Kingdom; 3: University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom



‘They’ll Go On To Get Real Jobs’: The Transitional Contract Between The Core And Student Workers In retail

Vesa Leppänen1, Ann-Mari Sellerberg2

1: Kristianstad University, Sweden; 2: Lund University, Sweden

RN18_04a: Roundtable: Discourse, Comunities & Users: Critical perspectives
Location: UP.4.209
Chair: Romina Surugiu, University of Bucharest
 

A Swipe And A Half. A Mixed Methods Research On How Dating Apps Changed The Way We Think About Love

Marco Antonutti, Elvira Celardi, Fabio Ciammella, Mohamed Amine Khaddar

Sapienza University of Rome, Italy



Internet And The Women’s Question: A Digital Feminist Critique From The Global South

Aparna Nampoothiri

Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar, India



Critical Perspectives on Romanian Advertising

Madalina Moraru

University of Bucharest, Romania, Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies



Users of the World Unite: User Power and Competition/Antitrust Law

Arnon Zangvil

Physical Web Ltd., Israel



Political celebrity, secrets, and morals: Polish Pudelek, British Mail Online, and US Gizmodo Media online tabloids in 2015-16 elections (and onwards)

Helena Chmielewska-Szlajfer

Kozminski University, Poland



Empowering Female By Employing Female Gaze In Cultural Production: A Case Study Of Female Pornography

Ying Tung Tsui

Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



Discourse Of Fear And Child Protection In Russian Mainstream And Opposition Media.

Elena Gryzunova, Elena Pronkina

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation



Online News Media Construction of Societal Concerns. Media Representations of Risks and Moral Panic in Romania and Hungary

Andreea Alina Mogoș, Orsolya Hanna Vincze, Radu Mihai Meza

Babeș-Bolyai University, Romania



Mapping Spaces of Order and Transgression: Media scandals on Disability in Russia

Volha Verbilovich

Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation

RN18_04b: Roundtable: Social Sciences, and Digital environment. From theory to practice
Location: UP.4.210
Chair: Thomas Allmer, University of Stirling
 

How Is the Collaboration of Interdisciplinary Studies of Digital Social Science Possible? A Posthumanist Perspective

Chia Rong Tsao

Shih Hsin University, Taiwan



Second Generations And Identity: Between Research And Communication

Laura Di Pasquale, Alessio Ceccherelli, Angelica Spampinato

Tor Vergata, Italy



Online-Mobilisation Of Right-Wing Actors In Germany

Laura Jaekel, Anja Siegel, Anja Schmidt-Kleinert

Philipps Universität Marburg, Germany



Communication Studies in Turkey: An Inquiry on Critical Knowledge Production

Safak Etike

Yozgat Bozok University, Turkey



Hate speech against Muslims on social media in Italy and the United Kingdom. Evidence from European project Hatemeter

Elisa Martini, Gabriele Baratto

University of Trento, Italy



No Lunch Today?! An Analysis Of The Digitalization Assemblage In Higher Education During A Power Outage.

Cristina Ghita

Uppsala University, Sweden



The “Macerata Case” in the Italian Electoral Debate: Crime, Immigration and Media Logics

Sofia Verza1, Giuseppina Bonerba1, Matteo Gerli2, Rolando Marini2

1: Università degli Studi di Perugia; 2: Università per Stranieri di Perugia



Upside down populism. The Case of European Parliament elections in Romania

Ivan Bogdan Gruia

University of Bucharest, Romania

RN19_04: Professional Handling of Vulnerability
Location: BS.3.28
Chair: Taru Siekkinen, University of Jyväskylä
 

Public Service Professionals' Attitudes towards Socially Vulnerable Groups

Valentina Yarskaya2, Elena Iarskaia-Smirnova1

1: National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation; 2: Saratov State Technical University, Russian Federation



Professional identities in inter-professional teams. The example of the Swiss Child and Adult Protection Authorities.

Julia Emprechtinger, Elisa Favre, Peter Voll

HES-SO Valais-Wallis, Switzerland



‘This Is What We’ve Ended Up In, So To Speak’: Administrators’ Perspectives On Their Professional Role After Changes In Child Maintenance Regulation In Sweden

Stina Fernqvist

Uppsala University, Sweden



The Professional Parent

Neeltje Spit

University of Humanistic Studies, Netherlands, The

RN20_04: Drawing (New) Boundaries In Qualitative Research Methodologies
Location: UP.3.209
Chair: Paul Atkinson, Cardiff university
 

Indigenous methods (IM): Qualitative research as “boundaring”?

Anne Ryen

University of Agder, Norway



The Practice, Strategies and Boundaries of method making in qualitative social science Research: A Meta Analysis of Discourse production in English- and German-speaking journals since 1995 to 2018

Falk Eckert1, Laura Behrmann2

1: Universität Hamburg, Germany; 2: Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung, Hannover



Beyond The Human: Pros And Cons Of "Post-Qualitative" Methodology

Ulrike Tikvah Kissmann

University of Kassel, Germany



Reconfiguring Realities: Addressing Boundaries through New Materialist Analysis

Cornelia Schadler

University of Vienna, Austria

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

RN22_04: Risks in Health and Social Care
Location: UP.4.212
Chair: Patrick Brown, University of Amsterdam
 

Severe Asthma Patients’ Risk Work and the Use of Biologicals: Navigating the Risks and Uncertainties of State-of-the-art Medication in Everyday Life

Bert de Graaff, Hester van de Bovenkamp, Roland Bal

Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam



The Formation and Perceptions of Food- Related Risks: Aspects of Food- related Risks in Turkey

Kayhan Delibas

Aydin Adnan Menderes Universitesi, Turkey

RN23_04a: Spaces of sexuality
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Jacqui Gabb, The Open University
 

‘We’re Not Asking For A Palace, Just A Safe Space’: The Intersections Of Sexuality, Space And ‘Refugeeness’ In The Lives Of LGBTQI* Refugees

Nina Held

University of Sussex, United Kingdom



LGBTQ+ Social Housing Residents – extending the locations of sexual citizenship

Andrew Douglas King

University of Surrey, United Kingdom



Social Spaces of Gay Men in Switzerland

Nadine Kaeser, Carlo Fabian, Riccarda Neff

Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz, Switzerland



“I’m Not Who They Expect”: Hearing Trans People Navigate The Obstacles And Challenges Of Homelessness

Edith Amy England

Cardiff University, United Kingdom



Supporting Young LGBT+ People’s Sense Of Belonging And Wellbeing: Contrasting Experiences From England And Sweden

Eleanor Formby1, Jo Woodiwiss2

1: Sheffield Hallam Unversity, United Kingdom; 2: University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom

RN23_04b: Sexuality, Abuse and Violence
Location: BS.3.25
Chair: Chiara Bertone, University of Eastern Piedmont
 

Beyond the ‘Socialist Way of Life’: Expert Discourse on Sexual Murder and Politics of Respectability in Czechoslovakia after 1968

Lucia Moravanská

Masaryk University, Faculty of Social Studies, Czech republic



Blurred Lines: Reflections On The Normative Specification Of Sexualized Violence In The Era Of Digital Media

Frederic Vobbe, Katharina Kaergel

SRH University of Applied Sciences, Germany



'Paying with the Bedroom' - Sex as Remuneration in Marriages of Convenience with the Purpose of a Residence Permit.

Julia Christine Bzzi

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany



Party, Public Space and Rape Culture. A Study of “La Manada” Case.

Clara Camps Calvet1, Anna Morero2

1: Universidad de Barcelona; 2: Universidad de Barcelona

RN24_04a: Science and the public II
Location: UP.3.213
Chair: Bernhard Wieser, TU Graz
 

Citizens Engagement through the Social Impact of Science in Social Media

Gisela Redondo-Sama1, Mimar Ramis2

1: University of Zaragoza; 2: University of Barcelona



The Cultural Meanings of Science: Understanding Science Identification Using the Sociology of (Non)religion

Stephen H. Jones

University of Birmingham, United Kingdom



S&T Meet Diplomacy: Dialogue between Scientists and Politicians

Paula Urze, Maria Paula Diogo

FCT/UNL, CIUHCT



The Relationship Of Science To Its (Threatening) Outside In The Age Of Digital Media

Andreas Wenninger

Technische Universität München, Germany

RN24_04b: Science policy & national research systems
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Ana Delicado, Instituto de Ciências Sociais ULisboa
 

Current and Potential Use of complexity measures for Decision-Making: The Case of Transnational Research Programs in Europe

Antonio Zinilli, Emanuela Reale

National Research Council, Italy



Mapping the Social Sciences in EU funding schemes

Kristoffer Kropp, Anton Grau Larsen

Roskilde University, Denmark



Patient Knowledge, Complexity, and Health Technology Assessment

Callum Gunn, Barbara Regeer

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands, The



Converting Scientific Knowledge And Technology Into Social And Economic Value: Arguing For Dual-Way Transfer Policies

Helena Santos1, Marta Sistelo2, Fátima São Simão2

1: Faculty of Economics, University of Porto, Portugal, Portugal; 2: UPTEC (Park of Science and Technology of the University of Porto), Porto, Portugal

RN25_04: Political violence and social movements
Location: GM.330
Chair: Ayse Nal Akcay, University of Washington, Seattle
 

Securitized Volunteerism and Neo Nationalism in Israel's Rural Periphery

Nir Gazit1, Erella Grassiani2

1: Ruppin Academic Center; 2: University of Amsterdam



Opportunity/threat Spirals, Anti-Immigration Protest, and Violence: Observations from Four Swedish towns.

Måns Robert Lundstedt

Scuola Normale Superiore, Firenze



Local Conditions and Online Media Context for Anti-Immigrant Violence in the 2010s: An Analysis of Arson Attacks against Asylum Housing Facilities in Sweden

Mattias Wahlström, Hans Ekbrand, Anton Törnberg

University of Gothenburg, Sweden



The Heterogeneous Impact of Threatening Events on Violence during the German Refugee Crisis

Arun Lorenz Frey

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

RN26_04: Parenthood and family support
Location: GM.328
Chair: Berit Irene Vannebo, Nord University
 

Bottom-up Approach In Social Planning and Outcome Evaluation: A Case-Study of Parenthood Support Program in South Italy

Caterina Balenzano, Giuseppe Moro, Rosalinda Cassibba

University of Bari, Italy



How Unconditional Cash Transfers Can Change Social Welfare? The Impact Of The „Family 500+” Programme On The Structure Of Welfare Recipients In Poland

Mateusz Robert Trochymiak

Warsaw University, Poland



Expectant Parents and Midwives’ Experience Following a Maternity Ward Closure: Risk, Distance and Power

Emelie Larsson

Mid Sweden University, Sweden



Single-parenthood And The Welfare State - Towards Adaptive Universalism?

Martin Wagener

UCLouvain-CIRTES, Belgium

RN27_04: Mobillity, Work and Education in Europe
Location: BS.4.04B
Chair: Ana Romão, Military Academy
Chair: Sandro Giachi, University of Sussex
 

Relationships Between Spanish Industrial SMEs And Vocational Education Centres

Cristina Lavía, Beatriz Otero, Mikel Olazaran, Eneka Albizu

University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Spain



Europe and Beyond: Professional Trajectories From The Army To International Organizations

Ana Romão1,3,4, Maria da Saudade Baltazar1,2,3,4, David Pascoal Rosado1,3,5, Dinis Fonseca3,4, Helga Santa Comba Lopes1,3

1: Military Academy, Portugal; 2: Universidade de Évora, Portugal; 3: CINAMIL; 4: CICS.NOVA; 5: Universidade Europeia



Cultural Differences in Worktime Flexibility: A Comparison between Northern and Southern European Countries

Sandro Giachi1, Alberto Vallejo-Peña2

1: University of Sussex, United Kingdom; 2: Universidad de Málaga, Spain



Being Employed is no longer Enough? Labour Participation and Poverty Risks in Southern Europe

Aroa Tejero, Rodolfo Gutiérrez Palacios

University of Oviedo, Spain

RN28_04: Sports, risk and health
Location: BS.1.25
Chair: Lucie Forté, Toulouse 3
 

“I think it's cooler, when you achieve it all by yourself”: A Qualitative Investigation of Primary School Students' Constructions of Doping Use and Risks

Stine Frydendal, Ida Friis Thing, Lone Friis Thing

University of Copenhagen, Denmark



Head Injuries In Swedish Ice Hockey And The Associated Risk Regulation Regime.

Olov Mikael Hemmingsson

Mid Sweden university, Sweden



Risks, Drug Addiction And Social Inclusion In a Life-Course Perspective: An Ethnographic Study of Drug Users’ Participation In a Norwegian Street-Soccer Program Aimed At Rehabilitation

Bjørnar Blaalid

Nord University, Norway



Sleep, Physical Activity and Beliefs. A socio-ecological approach based on the Universanté research

Alessandro Porrovecchio1, Philippe Masson2, Carl Kuehn1, Maurizio Esposito3, Thierry Pezé1, Rémy Hurdiel1

1: University of the Littoral Opal Coast, URePSSS EA 7369 (Unité de Recherche Pluridisciplinaire Sport Santé Société), Dunkirk, France.; 2: University of Lille, URePSSS EA 7369 (Unité de Recherche Pluridisciplinaire Sport Santé Société), Lille, France.; 3: Dipartimento di Scienze umane, sociali e della Salute Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale, Italy

RN29_04: Borders and Boundaries: Europe and Beyond
Location: GM.325
Chair: Craig Browne, University of Sydney
 

Transcending Internal Epistemic Borders: From Diagnostic to a more Visionary Sociology

Krešimir Žažar

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Croatia



Exit, Voice and Loyalties :: Contributions Of Continental Sociological Theory

Gilles Verpraet

Sophiapol , University Paris Nanterre, France



Border, Grenze, Confine limes: New Political Representation of The Mediterranean Sea

Ilaria Riccioni

Free University of Bozen, Italy



Peter L. Berger’s "Invitation to Sociology": Beyond Europe, Beyond the West?

Silke Steets

Leipzig University, Germany

RN30_04a: Work and employment III: Guidance and intergration
Location: GM.302
Chair: Marti Taru, Tallinn University
 

Young People’s Employment Paths and Working Life Guidance in Scope

Mirja Tuulikki Määttä1, Frida Westerback2

1: Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment, Finland; 2: University of Helsinki



The Micro of Shifting Young Refugees through Castle’s Zones – Labour Market Integration of Young Refugees in Germany

Thomas Verlage, Kristina Seidelsohn

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany



Staying True to the Self: Young Women and Commodification of Personality in New Media Work

Emma Maria Lamberg

University of Turku, Finland



Title Case: Youth unemployment and the crisis in Luxembourg: what social partnership?

Patrick Thill

Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER), Luxembourg

RN30_04b: Migration II: Attitudes and identities
Location: GM.303
Chair: Kien Tran, German Youth Institute (Deutsches Jugendinstitut)
 

"When I Was A Child It Was Different". Young Daughters Of Migrants’ Retrospective View Of Their Biographical Path To Belonging

Caterina Satta1, Ilenya Camozzi2

1: University of Bologna, Italy; 2: University of Milan Bicocca, Itasly



Context and Change: A Longitudinal Analysis of Attitudes About Immigrants in Adolescence

Jeffrey Mitchell

Umeå University, Sweden



Populism in Action: Xenophobia, Anti-migrant Attitudes and Identity of Hungarian Youth, Across Borders

Valér Veres

Babes-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, Romania

RN31_04: Antizionism and Antisemitism
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Kim Robin Stoller, International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism (IIBSA) / Free University Berlin
 

The Ideology of Antizionism

David Seymour

City Law School, University of London, United Kingdom



Antisemitism and Identity Politics

Karin Stoegner

University of Vienna, Austria



Measuring Antisemitism in Relation to Israel: a New Psychometric Scale

David Hirsh2, Daniel Allington1

1: Kings College London; 2: Goldsmiths, University of London



Antizionism Without Israel – On Forms Of Antisemitic Demonization Of Jewish Statehood Before 1948

Lukas Uwira

European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Germany

RN32_04a: EU(ropean) constructions
Location: GM.338
Chair: Pauline Cullen, Maynooth University
 

Western Balkans and the Crisis of the European Integration

Tatjana Sekulic

University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy



Sociology and EU integration theories. What role for Political Sociology?

Ioanna Christodoulaki

Boston university, United States of America



Depoliticisation and politicisation through the discourse analysis: from Mario Draghi to the Spitzenkandidaten, how re-politicise the European Union

Elania Zito

Department of Political Sciences, Sapienza University, Italy



When the EU Is Appealing to the Disadvantaged: How Utilitarianism and Identity Shape Attitudes Towards a Social Europe

Borbála Göncz

Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

RN32_04b: Established and Emerging Cleavages
Location: GM.339
Chair: Hans Joerg Trenz, University of Copenhagen
 

Low-skilled workers’ political actions: from RRPP vote to protests. A comparison between Italy, France and Spain

Davide Rocchetti, Katia Pilati

University of Trento, Italy



Nostalgia, Societal Cleavages, And The Modernization Project: Georgians’ Attitudes Towards The European Union

Rati Shubladze, David Sichinava

CRRC Georgia, Georgia



Migration: A New Cleavage In European Societies

Daniele Petrosino

Università degli studi "Aldo Moro" BARI, Italy



Relating Cultural Repertoires, Cleavage Structures and Discursive Opportunities to Events. A Theoretical Outline and an Application to the Case of 9/11 in the American and Dutch Public Spheres

Thijs van Dooremalen

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The

RN33_04a: Care Practicies, Emotions and Markets.
Location: BS.3.14
Chair: Dilek Cindoglu, Hbku
 

Intersection of State, Market and Family in the Fathering Experiences of Divorced Men in Turkey

L. Zeynep Beşpınar1, Fatma Umut Beşpınar2

1: Marmara University, Turkey; 2: Middle East Technical University, Turkey



Local Loops of Care in the Helsinki Region– A Time-Economy Perspective

Lena Margareta Näre, Elisabeth Wide

University of Helsinki, Finland



Taking Care of Emotions

Deborah Guy1, Anne-Charlotte Millepied1,2

1: EHESS, France; 2: University of Geneva, Switzerland

RN33_04b: Trans/sexualities and Intimate Relations.
Location: BS.3.15
Chair: Ana Vidu, University of Deusto
 

Making Sense Of Gender Transgressions In Transgender And Nonbinary Lives And Discourses

Sara Merlini

Social Sciences Institute – Lisbon University (ICS – ULisboa), Portugal



Physical Transitions, Embodiments and Gender Discourses: Trans Youth in Portugal

Ana Cristina Marques1,2, Ana Patrícia Hilário1

1: Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa; 2: University of Kurdistan Hewler, Iraqi Kurdistan



Swiping for Intimacy: Modern Courtship and Sexual Expectations on the Dating App "Tinder"

Jenny Cornelia Schnaller

Technical University Munich, Germany



Temporality and Transformation: Nonmonosexual Use of Language and Identity over Time

Rosie Beth Nelson

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

RN34_04: Managing religious rights in multicultural societies I
Location: BS.4.05A
Chair: Christophe Monnot, University of Strasbourg
 

Knives, Religion and Communities: An Ethnographic Study of Knife Crime and its Cultures in Croydon, London

Bartholomew Alexander Konechni

L'Institut d'études politiques de Paris, France



Religion and International Politics in Second Modernity: Reassessing the role of religious factor in EU policy-making.

Chrysa K. Almpani

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece



Religion on the borders. Polish Tartars and Lemko case.

Katarzyna Warmińska1, Ewa Michna2

1: Cracow University of Economics, Poland; 2: Jagiellonian University, Poland



The Involvement in Religious Associations: What Role in the Upward Mobility of Second Generations Migrants?

Giulia Marroccoli

University of Turin, University Lumière Lyon 2

RN35_04a: Migration, Education, and Inequality II
Location: BS.G.26
Chair: Kenneth Horvath, University of Lucerne
 

Perception of Educational Inequality among the Children of Immigrants in Three Systems

Dalia Abdelhady2, Amy Lutz1

1: Syracuse University, USA; 2: Lund University, Sweden



Forging and Paving a Future: Immigrant Status and Academic Achievement in Luxembourg

Salvador Rivas, Yanica Reichel, Charlotte Krämer, Ineke Pit-Ten Cate, Antoine Fischbach

University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg



Social Justice and/or Intercultural Education? An Italian Case Study

Cinzia Pica-Smith1, Rina Manuela Contini2, Carmen Veloria3, Gabriele Di Francesco4

1: Assumption College, Worcester, MA; 2: University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy; 3: Suffolk University, Boston, MA; 4: University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy



(Re-)Erecting Boundaries Along Religion, Nationality and Ethnicity: An Empirical Focus on High School Classes in Germany and the Students Migration Biography

Lena Kahle

Stiftung Universität Hildesheim, Germany

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

RN35_04c: Borders and Boundaries
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Margit Fauser, Bielefeld
 

The Concomitant Construction Of Boundaries And Borders As Means Of In/Exclusion: The Example Of Europe’s Tightening Legislation Against Cross-Border Marriages

Janine Dahinden

University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland



In the Need of Borders? A Sociological Case against Open Borders

Stefan Immerfall

University of Education at Schwaebisch Gmuend, Germany



Bordering and Debordering the Alpine Chain: Local Responses to Policies of Migrants “Push-Back” at the Northern Italian Frontiers

Cecilia Vergnano

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The



Postmodern borders. The European externalization policy to stop migration

Stefania Tusini

University for Foreigners of Perugia, Italy

RN36_04: Perception of Equality and Boundaries – Class, work, life
Location: GM.304
Chair: Agnieszka Kolasa-Nowak, Marie Curie-Sklodowska University
 

Structural and Semiotic Contexts of Work Integration Social Enterprises in East-Central Europe (Based on CE 1223 INNO WISEs Interreg project)

Tea Golob1, Matej Makarovič2

1: School of Advanced Social Studies, Slovenia; 2: School of Advanced Social Studies, Slovenia



Secular Trends in the Human Wellbeing across Europe: a Comparison of Economic and Biological Standard of Life Viewpoints

Zenonas Norkus

Vilnius University, Faculty of Philosophy, Lithuania



Strengthening of the Class Boundaries in the Eastern and Central Europe?

Gorana Djoric

Faculty of Philosophy University of Nis, Serbia



Co-creating Stories About the Transformation of the Unpaid Work in Romania

Marian Badea1,2

1: University of Bucharest, Romania; 2: Romanian National Directorate of Probation



Gender Equality Attitudes Revisited: Men and Women in Croatia After the Post-socialist Transition

Željka Zdravković1, Inga Tomić-Koludrović2

1: University of Zadar, Croatia; 2: Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar, Split, Croatia

RN37_04a: Gentrification and displacement
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: Marta Smagacz-Poziemska, Jagiellonian University
 

Newcomers in a Traditional Neighborhood: Middle Class Values and Gentrification

Clarissa dos Santos Veloso, Luciana Teixeira de Andrade

Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, Brazil



The Political Consequences of Gentrification

Jan Ueblacker1, Tim Lukas2

1: FGW, Germany; 2: University of Wuppertal, Germany



New Inequalities In A Context Of Urban Regeneration. How Tourism And Gentrification Can Change The Trade Sector At The City Of Bilbao

Patricia Campelo1, Marian Ispizua2

1: UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY, Spain; 2: UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY, Spain

RN37_04b: Explaining urban structurisation and urban class
Location: BS.3.20
Chair: Gabriele Manella, Università di Bologna - Alma Mater Studiorum
 

ZuNaMi Dortmund - Narratives of Cohesion as an Answer to Disintegration and Radicalization in Urban Spaces

Gerrit Tiefenthal1, Kevin Brandt2

1: Auslandsgesellschaft.de, Dortmund, Germany; 2: Hochschule Rhein-Waal, Kleve, Germany



Strong, Weak and Invisible Ties: a Relational Perspective on Urban Coexistence

Maxime Felder

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland



A New Urban Class Structure

Gijs Custers, Godfried Engbersen

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The



The Formation of Marginal Urban Spaces in Cities in Globalization

Juan Jose Villalon_Ogayar

Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Spain

RS08_04: Public space and common-places
Location: GM.331
Chair: Eeva Kristiina Luhtakallio, University of Tampere
 

Urban Walking Tours As Operators Of Communality And Enchanted Experiences

Rachel Brahy

University of Liege, Belgium



Politics of Space : Notes for a Pragmatic of the Common

Luca Pattaroni

EPFL, Switzerland



Festivalization of Minority Claims for Public Belonging: Civically Engaged Festivals in Central European Cities

Ivana Raposova

Masaryk University, Slovenia



Common-place as a Public Site for Plurality

Maija Elina Jokela

University of Tampere, Finland

RS10_04: Imagining Futures
Location: UP.2.217
Chair: Giuliana Mandich, University of Cagliari
 

Imagined Futures of Consumption: Lay expectations, speculations and protensions

Ulrike Ehgartner, Daniel Welch

University of Manchester, United Kingdom



Sensing the Future – Money and the Embodied Agency of its Temporal Structure

Manuel Schulz

University of Jena, Germany



A Social Network Approach of Visions of the Future

José A. Rodríguez Díaz

University of Barcelona, Spain



Avoiding Future Imaginaries Of Professional Failure And Shame: The Relationality Between Temporality And Teleo-affectivity In Interpreters’ Professional Practice

Deborah Giustini

The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

RS12_04: Strangers, Barriers and Bridges as Social Forms of Collective Life
Location: GM.334
Chair: Maria Manuela Mendes, ISCTE-IUL
Chair: Pedro Jorge Caetano, New Lisbon University
 

Building a ‘Bridge’ of Justice: Simmel's View To Overcome Otherness Towards a Democratic World

Pedro Jorge Caetano1, Maria Manuela Mendes2,3

1: New Lisbon University, Portugal; 2: University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal; 3: Faul-University of Lisbon, Portugal



Real Bridges and Mental Borders in a Transylvanian Ethnically Mixed Community

Stefania Toma

Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities, Romania



Roma/Gypsies in Portugal and the Condition of Internal Strange: Distance vs. Proximity

Maria Manuela Mendes1,2, Olga Maria Magano1,3

1: ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa; 2: FAUL, University of Lisbon, Portugal; 3: Open University, Portugal



The Mutual (Dis)Comfort When the Stranger Inhabits the School

José Manuel Resende1,2, David Beirante1, Luís Gouveia1, Lucas Freitas Souza2

1: CICS.NOVA; 2: Universidade de Évora

RS13_04: Politics and identity in celebration
Location: BS.3.23
Chair: Ismo Juhani Kantola, University of Turku
Chair: Ozana Cucu-Oancea, Institute of Sociology
 

Dancing to Different Tunes: Festive Gatherings as Grounds for Radical Democratic Citizenship

Sophia Woodman

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



Heroes To Celebrate: On The Agency Of The Cultural Trauma Of WWII

Aleksandra Lozinskaia

Independent scholar



Celebration And Politics Of Identity: Rituals, Meaning And Sacralisation Of Martyrdom

Anna Małgorzata Królikowska, Maciej Kowalewski

University of Szczecin, Poland

RS15_04: Democratic Deficit and the Judiciary
Location: UP.3.212
Chair: Eleni Nina Pazarzi, UNIVERSITY OF PIRAEUS
Chair: Luca Verzelloni, University of Coimbra
 

Judicial Appointments In A Democratice Society

Mavis Maclean

University of Oxford, United Kingdom



Politicians, Judges and the Democratic Deficit in Transnational Institution Building: The Case of the European Unified Patent Court

Emmanuel Lazega

Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris - Sciences Po, France



Glocal Welfare: Global Irritations and Local Decisions

Carlo Pennisi, Maria Teresa Consoli, Francesco Mazzeo Rinaldi

Università di Catania, Italy



Judicial Power And Social Claims: Confrontational Narratives And Constructive Interactions

Ariadni Polichroniou

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

RS16_04: Migration: Belonging and Social Ties
Location: BS.4.05B
Chair: Gil Viry, University of Edinburgh
Chair: Heiko Rüger, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB), Germany
 

Mobility, Belonging and Home-making. The Transient Homes of Globally Mobile Professionals

Anna Spiegel

Bielefeld University, Germany



Moving Attachments? How One-off, Repeat And Multiple Migrants in Europe Relate To Places

Sabina Torunczyk-Ruiz, Justyna Salamonska

University of Warsaw, Poland



Types of Labour Migration: Settlers, Circulars or Searchers? The Characteristics of Latvian Labour Migration Patterns

Inese Supule

Univeristy of Latvia, Latvia



Carceral Junctions: Boundaries, Barriers and Belonging in Danish “Departure Centres” for Refused Asylum Seekers

Katrine Syppli Kohl1,2

1: Vive - the Danish Centre for Social Science Research, Denmark; 2: Centre for Advanced Migration Studies (AMIS), University of Copenhagen

RS18_04: Urban Futures: Resisting marginality
Location: BS.3.17
Chair: Catherine Louise Walker, University of Manchester
 

Reviewing Informal Settlements in Romania

Iulia-Elena Hossu

ROMANIAN INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH ON NATIONAL MINORITIES, Romania



Ethnic enclaves reimagined in the global city: An ethnography of co-ethnic socio-religious networks on London’s Old Kent Road

Danny Zschomler

Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom



Lighting Up Hoole: An Exploration Of Community-Based Volunteering, Belonging And Future Visions For Places On The Periphery

Julia Bennett

University of Chester, United Kingdom

   
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10:00pm
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Location: The Bridgewater Hall
Chair: Marta Soler, University of Barcelona
 

Narratives of Hope: Self-Worth and the Current Crisis in American Society and Beyond

Michèle Lamont

Harvard University, United States of America



Cities of Fears, Cities of Hopes, and the ‘Refugee Crisis’

Nasar Meer

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom


 
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