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Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
SP11: Sexual Citizenship in Europe and Beyond - with Diane Richardson, Greg Thorpe and Roman Kuhar
Location: The Bridgewater Hall
Chair: Chiara Bertone, University of Eastern Piedmont
Chair: Sue Scott, Newcastle University

Making and Unmaking Sexual Citizenship: From Past, Present to Future

Diane Richardson

Newcastle University, United Kingdom

Anti-Gender Movements in Europe

Roman Kuhar

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

SP12: New Understandings of Children and Young People's Activism - with Sevasti-Melissa Nolas and Ilaria Pitti
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Nigel Patrick Thomas, University of Central Lancashire
Chair: Sanna Aaltonen, University of Eastern Finland

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

Melissa Nolas

Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom

Youth and Politics: Avoiding or Appropriating?

Ilaria Pitti

University of Siena, Italy

SP13: What Boundaries Are (Not) Needed For: Conceptualising Boundaries Beyond the Metaphor - with Ruth Wodak and Elijah Anderson
Location: BS.G.36
Chair: Florian Elliker, University of St.Gallen

Inclusion, Exclusion, and the Racialization of Space

Ruth Wodak

Lancaster University, Austria

Living While Black: What Black Folk Know

Elijah Anderson

Yale University, United States of America

SP14: Negotiation, Boundary-Making and Social Relationships in Migration Processes: Cultural, Ethnic and Religious Challenges in Southern European Societies", with Maurizio Ambrosini and Camille Schmoll
Location: BS.G.26
Chair: Laura Oso, Universidade da Coruña
Chair: Roberta Ricucci, University of Turin

Fortress Europe? The Governance of International Migrations and Asylum as a Battleground

Maurizio Ambrosini

university of Milan, Italy

CB5: Coffee Break
JS_RN01_RN21_09: Adressing Older People in Survey Research: Potentials and Limitations
Location: BS.3.17
Chair: Jolanta Perek-Białas, Jagiellonian University, Cracow and Warsaw School of Economics

Consequences of Context Effects and Provision of ‘don’t know’ Categories for Survey Data Quality in Nursing Home Residents: Results from Split-ballot Experiments

Patrick Kutschar1, Martin Weichbold2, Jürgen Osterbrink1

1: Paracelsus Medical University Salzburg, Austria; 2: Paris Lodron University Salzburg, Austria

Interviewers’ Assessment of the Respondents’ Ability to Understand Survey Questions. Does Respondents’ Age Matter?

Danuta Zyczynska-Ciolek, Marta Kolczynska

Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Mobile Data Collection With Smartphones: Collecting Social Behaviour Data In The Everyday Lives Of Older Adults

Alexander Seifert1, Friedrich Wolf2

1: University of Zurich, Switzerland; 2: Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

Older Co-Researchers And Social Inclusion

Hanna-Kaisa Hoppania, Anni Vilkko, Päivi Topo

Age Institute, Finland

JS_RN05_RN09_II_09: Financialisation and its Impacts on Everyday Life I
Location: BS.3.20
Chair: Valentina Ausserladscheider, University of Cambridge

‘Fuck You Money!’: Seeking Early Retirement And Financial Independence As A Paradox Of Hyper-capitalist Strategies As Well As Anti-capitalist Resistance

Hilje Van der Horst, Stefan Wahlen

Wageningen Uversity, Netherlands, The

Connecting Policy With The Personal: UK Pension Reforms And Individual Financial Decision Making

Hayley James

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Multigenerational Householding in the Age of Financialization: Mortgage Family Practices in Warsaw

Marta Olcoń-Kubicka, Mateusz Halawa

Institute of Philosophy and Sociology at the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Narratives of Housing Financialisation of Young Adults from the Czech Republic

Tomáš Samec

Institute of Sociology of Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

JS_RN07_RN15_09: Globalising Cultures: Globalised Territorialism and Transnational Anti-Cosmopolitanism
Location: BS.4.06A
Chair: Peter Holley, University of Helsinki

“The Whole World’s Welfare Desk” and other Transnational Anti-Immigration Narratives on Deservingness

Niko Johannes Pyrhönen, Gwenaëlle Bauvois

University of Helsinki, Finland

European Transnationalism In The Making: Decolonialising The Normalised National Narratives Across The Isle Of Ireland

Ulrike M Vieten

Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom

The Glocal Way To Deterritorialisation: Hybrid Identities, Hyrbid Imaginaries, Hybrid Products.

Riccardo Giumelli

University Verona, Italy

JS_RN11_RN13_09: The transformative and regressive potentialities of new social forms
Location: BS.4.04B
Chair: Lynn Jamieson, University of Edinburgh
Chair: Julie Brownlie, University of Edinburgh

Single Life and Happiness

Henrik Lauridsen Lolle

Aalborg University, Denmark

Overseas Pre-wedding Photography, Consumerist, and Female Individualism

Wei-Ping Chen

EHESS Paris (École des hautes études en sciences sociales), France

Intimate Matters: Entangled Spaces and Embodied Rhythm in Communal Housing

Maria Törnqvist

Uppsala university, Sweden

Smart Technology and Education of the Emotions. The Family as the Community of Practice

Fiammetta Fanizza

University of Foggia, Italy

JS_RN13_RN35_09: Relatives at a distance: Understandings of family in post-migration constellations
Location: BS.1.25
Chair: Detlev Lück, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

To Search Or Not To Search? Finnish Transnational Adoptees’ Deliberations On Searching For First Parents

Heidi Hannele Ruohio

University of Jyväskylä, Finland

A Comparison of Couples' Living Arrangements between Migrants and Non-Migrants in Germany

Anne-Kristin Kuhnt1, Sandra Krapf2

1: University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany; 2: University of Mannheim, Germany

A Longitudinal Analysis of Psychological Well-being of Ghanaian Children in Transnational Families

Karlijn Haagsman, Valentina Mazzucato

University Maastricht, Netherlands, The

JS_RN35_RN37_09: Bordering and policing
Location: BS.3.23
Chair: Kenneth Horvath, University of Lucerne

Spatial Practices and Belonging in New Arrival Cities.

Anna Marie Steigemann

TU Berlin, Germany

Policing Undocumented Immigrants Through Spatial Practices

Hadas Zur

Tel Aviv University, Israel

Who Belongs Where? Research Around The Selection Process During The Placement Of Refugees By Screen-level Bureaucrats

Angelique van Dam

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The

Rescaling Borders In The City

Margit Fauser

Bielefeld, Germany

RN01_09a: Conditions of Housing in Old Age
Location: UP.3.204
Chair: Peter Kevern, Staffordshire University

Housing Concepts In Close Relationships In Old Age

Julia Piel, Bernt-Peter Robra

Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany

Age or Environment? What is Determinative in how Homeless People Spend their Time after the Age of 55?

Frantisek Kalvas, Jan Vane

University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic

Relocation In Later Life – Experiences From Communal Senior Housing

Paula Helena Vasara1, Jiby Mathew Puthenparambil1, Outi Jolanki2

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

RN01_09b: Active Ageing and Social Participation in Old Age
Location: UP.3.205
Chair: Amilcar Moreira, Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa

Active Aging and International Migration: A Comparative Approach

Malina Voicu1, Madalina Elena Manea1,2

1: Research Institute for Quality of Life, Romanian Academy, Romania; 2: University of Bucharest, Romania

Cultural Exclusion in Old Age – Developing a Social-Exclusion Perspective on Cultural Participation

Vera Gallistl

University of Vienna, Austria

Extended Working Life from Older Workers’ Perspective - Discursive Approach to “The Attitude Problem”

Miira Niska, Pirjo Nikander

Tampere University, Finland

Active Ageing Society and Long-term Care Reform: Through an International Comparative Analysis between Netherlands and Japan

Daisuke Watanabe

Seikei University

RN02_09: Arts Education
Location: GM.306
Chair: Graciela Trajtenberg, The Academic College of Tel Aviv Yafo

Twilight Of Musical Education - Between Traditional Textbooks And Modern Generations

Jelena Zoran Keserovic1, Gordana Dragomir Vuksanovic2

1: Music Academy, Serbia; 2: Novi Sad Business School

Manifestations of Inequality in Finnish Arts Education and Basic Services in Arts

Pauli Anttoni Rautiainen

Tampere University, Finland

What Is the Value of Aesthetic Education? Going Beyond the Work First Principle at the Swedish Folk High School

Henrik Fürst1, Erik Nylander2

1: Uppsala University, Sweden; 2: Linköping University, Sweden

Artistic and Leisure Production and Consumption and Wellbeing among Swedish Schoolchildren

Chris Mathieu, Gökhan Kaya

Lund University, Sweden

RN04_09a: Borders and Theory in Childhood Studies II
Location: GM.327
Chair: Nigel Patrick Thomas, University of Central Lancashire
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.

Acting Children, Care and Subsumption in Late Capitalism: the Fantasy of the Agentic Child

Jo Moran-Ellis

University of Sussex, United Kingdom

Child-Led Research, Children’s Rights and Childhood Studies: a Defence

Nigel Patrick Thomas

University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

Crossing Roots: Interdisciplinary Challenges Of a Critical and Public Sociology of Childhood

Gabriela De Pina Trevisan1, Manuel Jacinto Sarmento2

1: Institute of Education/University of Minho, Portugal&ESEPF; 2: Institute of Education/University of Minho, Portugal

How to Look at Childhood and Modernity: Beyond the View of the New Wave

Eriko Motomori

Meiji Gakuin University, Japan

RN04_09b: Protecting and promoting children's rights and well-being
Location: GM.328
Chair: Lucía del Moral-Espín, University of Cadiz
Time allocation: 8' presentations directly followed by 2' consecutive discussion on each paper presented, and at the end of the session 10' general discussion of all papers presented in the session.

A Critical Sociological View on the Child Rights Governance of the EU: Where European Children Stand?

Turkan Firinci Orman


Does Economic Distress Undermine Children’s Wellbeing?

Marja Lindberg, Mikael Nygård, Fredrica Nyqvist

Åbo Akademi University, Finland

Participation As Methodological And Ethical Issue In Child Protection Research

Johanna Kiili1, Johanna Moilanen2

1: University of Jyväskylä, Finland; 2: JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Finland

The impact of the Great Recession on the wellbeing of "Latchkey Children" in Spain 2008-2018

Clarisa María Giamello, Gonzalo De Castro

Educo Foundation, Spain

‘School is Just a Problem. All They Care About is the A Grades.’ Young People Navigating Barriers to Their Educational Journeys.

Deborah Jane Crook, Candice Satchwell

University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

History as a Playground. A Study of Children's Visit to a Historical Theme Park

Tobias Hans Olof Samuelsson, Carl-Johan Svensson

Jököping University, Sweden

Do Children Have a Voice? The Legitimacy of Research with Children on the example of Poland

Aleksandra, Katarzyna Zalewska-Królak

University of Warsaw, Poland

RN05_09a: Food safety
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Mari Niva, University of Helsinki

Food Safety in Domestic Kitchen In France, Norway, Portugal, Romania And The UK: The Social Practices Of Judging If The Chicken Is Properly Cooked

Silje Elisabeth Skuland1, Anca Ioana Nicolau2, Loredana Dumitraşcu3, Pierrine Didier4, Monica Truninger5, Mike Foden6

1: Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway; 2: University of Galati, Romania; 3: University of Galati, Romania; 4: G-ESA, France; 5: University of Lisbon, Portugal; 6: Keele University, UK

Transdisciplinary Ideas On Cooking: How Theories Of Practices Can Help Solving The Societal Challenge Of Food Safety In Europe

Eivind Jacobsen, Silje Skuland

OsloMet, Norway, SIFO

Food Practices and trust: handling chicken in European kitchens

Monica Truninger1, Cristina Nunes1, Loredana Dumitrascu2, Anca Nicolau2, Silje Skuland3, Pierrine Didier4, Mike Foden5

1: University of Lisbon, Portugal; 2: Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Romania; 3: Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway; 4: INRA / G-ESA, France; 5: Keele University, UK

Unequal Households and the Management of Multiple, Complex and Conflicting Priorities in Everyday Food Practices

Emma Head1, Mike Foden1, Tally Katz-Gerro2, Lydia Martens1

1: Keele University, United Kingdom; 2: Manchester University, United Kingdom

RN05_09b: Collaborative consumption
Location: BS.G.35
Chair: Mikko Laamanen, Royal Holloway University of London

Digital Cultural Consumption As ‘Online’ Cultural Capital. The Use Of Online Sources For Active And Receptive Cultural Participation

Mart Willekens

Ghent University, Belgium

Repair and Do-It-Yourself Urbanism in two Vienna districts

Michael Jonas, Segert Astrid

Institute for Advanced Studies, Austria

In Constant Tension between Markets and Movements. A Field-Theoretical Perspective on Platform-Based Collaborative Consumption

Christian Flick

TU Berlin, Germany

Consumption Patterns And A Relational Space Of Social Networks For Pre And Teenagers: To Be Popular Or Tumblr.

María Dolores Martín-Lagos López1, Marta Donat López2

1: University of Granada, Spain; 2: Instituto de Salud Carlos III Madrid (Spain)

RN05_09c: Theories of markets and consumption
Location: BS.G.36
Chair: Emma Helen Casey, Northumbria University

Sovereign Dupes? Navigating Cleanliness Conventions in Everyday Life

Tullia Jack

Lund University, Sweden

The Public Interest Approach to Gambling Policy and Research

Pekka Sulkunen

University of Helsinki, Finland

The purity of dirt: Mary Douglas revisited

Kia Ditlevsen, Sidse Schoubye Andersen

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Exploring Lost Property And The Materiality of Absence

Helen Holmes, Ulrike Ehgartner

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

RN06_09a: Coercion, Surveillance and the Disciplining of Labour under Authoritarian Capitalism
Location: GM.332
Chair: Ian Bruff, University of Manchester
Chair: Thomas Haines-Doran, SOAS

Surveillance And Capitalist Accumulation: Putting Capitalism Into Surveillance Capitalism

Markus Kienscherf

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

China: Towards digital authoritarian capitalism?

Steven Rolf

Aston university, United Kingdom

Global Flows of Goods and Everyday Violence: The Port-city of Buenaventura, Columbia

Alke Jenss

Arnold-Bergstraesser-Institut, Germany

‘Cheap Logistics’ – Value Chain Management And The Corporal (Re-)organisation Of Labour And Struggle

Anne Engelhardt

Kassel University, Germany

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

The Concept of the Lumpenproletariat in Marxian Political Economy

Clyde W Barrow

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, United States of America

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

Ahmet Oncu1, Ozgur Mutlu Ulus2

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

The Artistic Precariat: Commodification and Counter-Movements

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

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

Spain: One Decade Through the Looking Glass

Javier Moreno Zacarés

University of Warwick, United Kingdom

RN07_09a: Sociology of Culture: Appropriation and othering
Location: GM.334
Chair: Predrag Cveticanin, University of Nis

Different Concepts Of Culture – Different Barriers To Inclusion

Elina Marmer, Cornelia Sylla, Louis Henri Seukwa

University Of Applied Sciences Hamburg (HAW), Germany

Appropriating ‘Balkans’: Dubious Nostalgia for Yugoslavia in Independent Slovenia

Peter Stankovic

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

How Visual Messages Can Show An Injustice Against The Other

Urszula Jarecka

IFIS PAN, Poland

Cultural invasion or cultural engagement? An investigation of the Confucius Institute (CI) in British universities

Liexu Cai

School of Education, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

RN07_09b: Sociology of Culture: Media and digitalization
Location: GM.335
Chair: Mark Jacobs, George Mason University

The Role of New Media in the Transmission of Culture

Marie-Claude Lapointe, Jason Luckerhoff, Anne-Sophie Prévost

Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada

Communicating European culture: Cultural value orientation and media usage in Europe

Nete Nørgaard Kristensen, Marc Verboord

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The

Digitalization Practices and Their Effect on Nationalization and Transnationalization in National Museums – a Theoretical Framework and an Outline of a Research Project

Maija Spurina

Latvian Academy of Culture, Latvia

Digital Identity and Self-presentation on the Internet: A Case Study of the Dark Fetish Network

Kristina Pejković

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

RN08_09: Science, Technology and Disaster Studies
Location: UP.4.214
Chair: Antti Edward Silvast, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Planning Across Borders: Exploring the Emerging Ethics of Information Technology for Transboundary Disaster Preparedness

Katrina Petersen

Trilateral Research, United Kingdom

Domestication Theory and ANT as Theoretical Tools for Research on Digital Everyday Risks in connected households

Ardis Storm-Mathisen, Dag Slettemeås

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

Using 3D Technology to Increace Effeciveness of Communication in Crisis Situations

Grzegorz Banerski, Katarzyna Abramczuk

National Information Processing Institute, Poland

Searching for the Development of a Crisis-Resilient Operational Definition of Social Innovation in Short Food Supply Chains

Eugenia Petropoulou1, Constantine Iliopoulos2, Irini Theodorakopoulou2, Vassiliki Petousi1

1: University of Crete, Greece, Greece; 2: Agricultural Economics Research Institute Hellenic Agricultural Organization-DEMETER

RN09_09: Political Economy, Policies and Coordination
Location: BS.3.16
Chair: Philip Balsiger, University of Neuchatel

Prediction games: Predictions and metapredictions in Swedish mineral exploration

Tobias Olofsson

Uppsala University, Sweden

Regimes or Differences of Consumer Policy in Europe? An empirical assessment of 28 European Member States in four dimensions

Sebastian Nessel

University of Graz, Austria

Reconstructing The Global Political Economy

Erik Martin Andersson

University of Gothenburg, Sweden

RN10_09a: Inclusion and participation
Location: UP.3.210
Chair: Jannick Demanet, Ghent University

How Enriching Are Widening Participation Tutoring Programmes ?

Marta Dos Santos Silva1, Agnès Van Zanten2

1: SCIENCES PO, France; 2: SCIENCES PO, France

What Matters When Promoting Social Inclusion in Urban School?

Sirpa Lappalainen1, Sonja Kosunen2, Sara Juvonen2, Heidi Vartiainen2, Venla Bernelius2

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

Breaking Through the Symbolic Battlefield of Education in Turkey

Yıldırım Şentürk

Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey

RN10_09b: Particular contexts
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Ece Cihan Ertem, Lund University

Work-Family-School Conflict For Non-Traditional Students In Cyprus

Eleni Damianidou, Maria Iacovou

University of Cyprus, Cyprus

Time Series Correlation of Indigenous and Total Young Child Populations in Taiwan: Intermarriage, Legal Status, and Educational Rights

Chien-Lung Wang, Ju-Hui Chang

National Taitung University, Taiwan

The Agency Of Deaf Indian Learners Of English In A Peer-To-Peer Multiliteracies Project

Eilidh Rose McEwan

Institute of International Sign Languages and Deaf Studies, School of Languages and Global Studies, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

Alternative Spaces Of Failure: Disabled ‘Bad Boys’ in Alternative Further Educational Provision

Craig Johnston

University of Winchester, United Kingdom

RN11_09: Emotion Management in Intercultural Contexts
Location: BS.3.26
Chair: Jonathan G. Heaney, Queen's University Belfast

‘It Could Have Been Me’: Cultural Sensitivity and Social Workers’ Identification With Migrant Clients Who Resemble Themselves

Maria G. Volckmar-Eeg

University of Stavanger, Norway

Affective Aspects of the Transnational Migration from Central Asia in Russia

Vera Peshkova

Institute of Sociology of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Love as Means of Reproduction

Elisabeth Wide

University of Helsinki, Finland

RN12_09a: Environmental Risks and Conflicts
Location: BS.3.21
Chair: Martin David, Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research - UfZ

Ontologies Of The Anthropocene In Portugal – Low Carbon Transitions, Social Movements And Climate Politics

António Carvalho, Ana Raquel Matos, Vera Ferreira, Emanuele Leonardi, Stefania Barca

University of Coimbra, Portugal

Polish Smog: Metrological Conflicts, Ontology and Neoliberal Capture

Michał Wróblewski

Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland

Dark Or Bright? Controversial Views On Sustainable Lighting In Times Of Technological Change

Nona Schulte-Römer, Josiane Meier, Etta Dannemann, Max Söding

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Germany

Coexisting Alongside the Port with Tangible Burdens and Invisible Risks

Jānis Daugavietis1, Kristīne Āboliņa1,2, Agnese Zīle-Veisberga1

1: Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art, University of Latvia, Latvia; 2: Faculty of Geography and Earth Sciences, University of Latvia

RN12_09b: Renewable and Non-renewable Energies
Location: BS.3.22
Chair: Çigdem Adem, Ankara Rivers Study Group

Local Governments and Green Revolution in China

Jenn-Hwan Wang

National Chengchi University, Taiwan

Farewell To Coal Mining In The Horna Nitra, Slovakia: Jobs, Environment And Challenges In The Transformation.

Richard Filcak, Daniel Skobla

Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovak Republic

RN13_09a: Family planning and fertility III
Location: UP.2.218
Chair: Kimmo Juhani Jokinen, University of Jyväskylä
Chair: Radka Dudova, Czech Academy od Sciences

From Childhood to Adulthood? Ethnic and Socio-Cultural Patterns and Results of Having Children at a Young Age

Kinga Dóra Szabó-Tóth

University of Miskolc, Hungary

Heterogeneous Causal Effects of Early Fertility Timing on Mid-life Mental Health: Evidence from the 1970 British Cohort Study

Martin O'Flaherty, Sara Kalucza

University of Queensland, Australia

Pasts, Presents, Futures: Exploring Young People’s Contraceptive Work in Sweden

Marie Johanna Larsson

Lund University, Sweden

Parity Specific Fertility Transitions in Europe

Ralina Panova

Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany

RN13_09b: Gender-arrangements and the division of work within couples
Location: UP.2.219
Chair: Anna-Maija Castrén, University of Eastern Finland
Chair: Kathryn Almack, University of Hertfordshire

“His Illness, His Needs –This Is My Life” – Familial Ties and Women’s Self-Exclusion

Iwona Janina Taranowicz

University of Wrocław, Poland

Capturing a Changing Gender Dynamics: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Division of Household Labour in Post-transitional Croatia

Inga Tomic-Koludrovic1, Ivan Puzek2, Mirko Petric3

1: Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar, Croatia; 2: University of Zadar, Croatia; 3: University of Zadar, Croatia

Convergence towards a Dual Earner Model? Contrasting changes in family-related attitudes and family policies across Europe

Simone Braun, Dirk Hofäcker

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

A Cohort Perspective on Traditional Gender Stereotypes in Countries of The Former Czechoslovakia: A legacy of Soviet-style Women's Emancipation?

Alexandra Matejková

Slovak Acadamy of Sciences, Slovak Republic

RN14_09a: Gender and the Aging Workforce
Location: UP.4.211
Chair: Katharina Sarter, University of South Wales

Gendered Pathways of Social Exclusion – A Life Course Perspective on Exclusion from Social Relations in Later Life, and its Consequences for Health and Wellbeing

Anna Wanka

University of Vienna, Austria

South Asian British Muslim women and their later working lives in Greater Manchester

Sajia Ferdous

Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

RN14_09b: Gender and Intersectionality in Labour Markets/Welfare States
Location: UP.4.212
Chair: Hazel Conley, University of the West of England

“Just Take It Off, Where’s The Problem?” The Neoliberal Logic Of Intersectional Labour Market Discrimination Against Women Wearing Headscarves

Julia Schuster

Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria

An Intersectional Analysis of UK Self-Employment in the Digital Era

Angela Martinez Dy1, Dilani Jayawarna2, Susan Marlow3

1: Loughborough University London, United Kingdom; 2: University of Liverpool, United Kingdom; 3: Nottingham University Business School, United Kingdom

Underemployment vs. Relocation: Coping Mechanisms of Palestinian Women in Israel with Patriarchal and Spatial Impositions

Tal Meler

Zefat Academic College, Israel

Postcolonial Feminism, Intersectionality And The Lived Experience Of The British Born Black Caribbean Female Nurse.

Beverley Helena Brathwaite

University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

RN15_09: Everyday Europe: Evaluating recent research on social transnationalism and horizontal europeanisation
Location: BS.4.04A
Chair: Adrian Charles Favell, University of Leeds

Social mobility and cross-border spatial mobility in Western Europe

Irina Ciornei1, Roxana Barbulescu2, Albert Varela3

1: University of Bern; 2: University of Leeds; 3: University of Leeds

Everyday Europe: Evaluating Recent Research On Social Transnationalism And Horizontal Europeanisation

Céline Teney

University of Göttingen, Germany

RN16_09a: Open Session
Location: UP.4.204
Chair: Trude Gjernes, Nord universitet

Non-participation and Disengagement in Personalised Medicine: Patients’ Accounts and Methodological Reflections

Choon Key Chekar1, Sarah Cunningham-Burley2, Anne Kerr1, Julia Swallow1, Emily Ross2, Sue Chowdhry2

1: The University of Leeds; 2: The University of Edinburgh

Media and Multiple Sclerosis. Role of Mainstream Media And Social Media For Awareness, Storytelling And Care

Andrea Volterrani1, Domenica Fioredistella Iezzi1, Angelica Spampinato1, Elisabetta Gola2, Iqra Iqbal3

1: University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy; 2: University of Cagliari, Italy; 3: Goverment University College, Pakistan

Risking Your Life: Gambling Trajectories and Health And Social Consequences In Italy

Alice Scavarda1, Franca Beccaria1, Paolo Jarre2, Sara Rolando1

1: Eclectica snc, Italy; 2: ASL TO3, Piedmont

Between The Private And The Public: Discursive Strategies Of Epistemic Communities, Communities Of Practice And Interest Groups In Search Of A Better Position In The Polish Healthcare

Paulina Polak, Aleksandra Wagner, Maria Swiatkiewicz-Mosny

Institute of Sociology, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland

RN16_09b: Health Behaviour
Location: UP.4.205
Chair: Ana Patrícia Hilário, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa

Interpretative repertoires of immunization in Romania

Cosmin Toth

University of Bucharest, Romania

The Influence of Social Network on Health Behavior in South Korea

Myoung-Jin Lee

Korea University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

Social Capital And Undergraduate Students’ Adoption Of Health Promotion Policies In Their University: A Case Study In Greece

Dimitra Spyropoulou, Amalia A. Ifanti

Department of Educational Sciences and Early Childhood Education, University of Patras, Greece

RN17_09a: Migration and the Implications for the World of Work, Employment and Industrial Relations
Location: UP.1.218
Chair: Joanna Karmowska, Oxford Brookes University

Negotiating Moral Boundaries in Workplaces through the Lens of Work Experiences

Selin Sivis

University of Essex, United Kingdom

Perceived And Real Insecurity. Attitudes To Migrant Workers In Denmark, 2007-2018

Troels Fage Hedegaard, Christian Albrekt Larsen

Aalborg University, Denmark

Liquid Migration And Precarization Of Work. Professional Experiences Of Young Migrants From Selected Medium-sized Cities In Poland

Dominika Maria Winogrodzka

SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Poland

Including Migrant And Precarious Workers In The Care Sector: Comparing Union Strategies And Labour Market Outcomes In The UK And The Netherlands

Stefania Marino, Arjan Keizer

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

RN17_09b: Digitalization in and of the Work and Employment
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Peter Kerckhofs, Eurofound

Factors Of Social Control Over Automation

Ágnes Horváth

Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

How does Digitalisation Challenge Medium-sized Enterprises and Change Work Life?

Marliese Weissmann

Sociological Resarch Institute (SOFI) Göttingen, Germany

The Implication Of Digital Social Networks On Organizational Gaps: The Case Of An Israeli Colleges Faculty Strike

Gadi Nissim

Ruppin Academic Center, Israel

The Impact on the Job Quality of Loan Officers of Mobile Digital Technologies introduced into Microfinance Institutions in Emerging Economies.

Juliana Siwale1, Nidhi Bisht2, Clive Trusson3

1: Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom; 2: Management Development Institute, Gurgaon, India; 3: Loughborough University, United Kingdom

RN18_09: Journalism and Political Representation
Location: UP.4.209
Chair: Paško Bilić, Institute for Development and International Relations

Cultures And Information Networks In The Twitter Era

Vanessa Russo1, Alfredo Agustoni2, Mara Maretti1

1: Department of Legal and Social Science, University G. d'Annunzio Chieti - Pescara, Italy; 2: Department of Legal and Social Science, University G. d'Annunzio Chieti - Pescara, Italy

Choosing Sources Out Of Digital Landscape: The Criteria Of Legitimacy And Of Authority Used By Journalists In The “Black-out” Media Event Construction In Belgium

Nadège Broustau, Grégoire Lits

Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

The Ordinary “Superleader": the Self-Representation of Salvini on Facebook

Marco Mazzoni, Roberto Mincigrucci

University of Perugia, Italy

Understanding Communication From Networks To The Digital Era: The 1972 Delos Ten Symposium

Maria Perganti, Kostas Theologou

National Technical University of Athens, Greece

RN19_09a: Too cool for School? Changing Professionalism in the Educational Field
Location: BS.3.27
Chair: Mirko Noordegraaf, Utrecht University

On the Emergence of a New Expertise: Contextualizing the Educational Turn in the Resilience Discourse in Israeli Schools

Galia Plotkin-Amrami

Ben-Gurion University, Israel

In Search for the Professional Core: How Secondary Schoolteachers Navigate on the Swedish School-Market

Magnus Persson1, Per Dannefjord2

1: Malmö University, Sweden; 2: Linnaeus University, Sweden

Primay School Teachers' Images Of Their Profession In A Context Of Change. A Study Of The French Case

Sandrine Garcia, Magali Danner, Géraldine Farges, Jean-François Giret

Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France

Changing Professional Knowledge and Authority of School Teachers

Valery Mansurov, Olesya Yurchenko

Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation

RN19_09b: Changing Context - Shifting Identities?
Location: BS.3.28
Chair: Sirpa Wrede, University of Helsinki

Professional Dynasties as a Social Mechanism for the Reproduction of Professional Identities

Olesya Yurchenko, Valery Mansurov

Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation

Varieties of Professionalism: A Comparative Study of Workplace Cultures and Professional Role Identities in Two Swedish Welfare State Bureaucracies

Kerstin Jacobsson1, Ylva Wallinder1, Ida Seing2

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

Professional Cohesion in Classic and New Occupational Groups under the Current Reforms of Welfare State in Russia

Daria Prisiazhniuk, Elena Iarskaia-Smirnova

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation

True Believers And Basket Weavers: Tensions in Role Formations between Higher Education And Irish Military Professional Identity.

Andrew Gerard Gibson

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

RN20_09a: Measuring, Automation, Diagrams, Podcasts: Extending Qualitative Data Analysis
Location: UP.3.209
Chair: Lars Fynbo, VIVE - The Danish Centre for Social Science Research

What Do Sociologists ‘Measure’ When Speaking of Happiness (and How)?

Nikolai Narbut1, Irina Trotsuk1,2, Valeriya Grebneva1

1: RUDN University, Russian Federation; 2: Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Russian Federation

Automated Text Analysis In The Domain Of Qualitative Research. A Methodological Approach

Axel Philipps

Leibniz University Hannover, Germany

Towards An Ethics Of Rupture: Diagrams As Technique In Social Research

Natasha Ewa Whiteman1, Russell Dudley-Smith2

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

Sound as a Landscape for Reflection on Thesis Writing

Marianne Høyen

Aarhus University, Denmark

RN20_09b: Relating to Research Participants: The Self and its Boundaries in Qualitative Research
Location: UP.3.212
Chair: Anne Ryen, University of Agder

On the Issues of Being a Stranger and a Confident: Researching Biographical Crises

Ana Caetano

Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia (CIES-IUL), Portugal

Self-disclosure as a Means to Transcend the Boundaries Between the Researcher and the Subject

Ümit Necef

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

Situating the Self in the Field: Biographical Echo in Ethnographic Research

Dennis Saturno Erasga

De La Salle University, Philippines

The Complexities of Studying 'Up'

Lovise Haj Brade

Mid-Sweden University, Sweden

RN21_09: New Directions in the cross-national measurement of quality of life
Location: GM.326
Chair: Wolfgang Aschauer, University of Salzburg

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

Jochen Mayerl1, Manuel Michael Holz2

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

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

Jan Zwierzchowski, Tomasz Panek

Warsaw School of Economics, Poland

Well-Being Global Index: Assays of multivariate statistical approaches

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

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

RN23_09: Pedagogies of sexuality
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Eleanor Formby, Sheffield Hallam Unversity

Trans* 'Escrevivências' as power

Alfrancio Ferreira Dias

Federal University of Sergipe, Brazil

Can Porn Literacy Mitigate Undesired Effects Of Mainstream Pornography?

Marina F. Thomas

Radboud University, Netherlands, The

Talking About Contemporary Art And Sexuality In Prison: Which Pedagogies For An Emancipatory And Inclusive Conversation?

Mikaela Assolent

Loughborough University, United Kingdom

Teachers' Experiences of Delivering RSE Programme in Irish Second Level Schools

Mel Duffy, Maria Feeney, Anne Lodge

Dublin City University, Ireland

RN24_09: Gender in/equality in science and technology
Location: UP.3.213
Chair: Heta Tarkkala, University of Helsinki

Gender Diversity Leads to Better Science

Nataly Buslón Valdez

Barcelona Supercomputing Center

Exploring the Relationship Between Gendered Team Dynamics and academic performance.

Elisabeth Anna Guenther1, Anne Laure Humbert2, Julio Meneses3, Jörg Müller3

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

Genderspecific Discourses on the Legitimacy of Informal and Formal Promotion Practices in Scientific Careers

Andrea Wolffram, Jennifer Dahmen-Adkins, Matthias Dorgeist, Anne Göttgens, Astrid Schulz

RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Barriers To Implementing Gender Equality Measures In Physics – Lessons Learned From GENERA Project

Paulina Sekuła

Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland

RN25_09a: Economic grievances and labor movement
Location: GM.330
Chair: Mattias Wahlström, University of Gothenburg

Czech Trade Union Organisations In Time And Space

Jiri Navratil

Masaryk University, Czech Republic

How European Patterns of Participation Are Changing in Times of Crisis

Anders Ejrnæs, Silas Harrebye

Roskilde University, Denmark

How Strikes And Street Protests Relate: Combining Research on Industrial Conflict And Protest Analysis In The Study Of Contentious Politics In Spain

Nicholas George Pohl

University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Economic and Political Grievance and Participation in Protest in Central and Eastern Europe

Viktoriia Muliavka

Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

RN25_09b: Performative repertoires of social movements
Location: GM.331
Chair: Katerina Vrablikova, University of Bath

Protesting and Having Fun: Humor in the 2017 Romanian Anti-Corruption Grassroots Mobilization

Delia Dumitrica

Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Facing Collapses and Expressing Emotions through ARTIVISM in Genova, Marseille and Yaoundé

Monika Salzbrunn, Raphaela von Weichs, Federica Moretti

University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Impact of Protest Events. From the Visual to the Artifactual

Bartosz Ślosarski

Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

Feminist Politics In Neoconservative Russia

Inna Perheentupa

University of Turku, Finland

RN26_09: Poverty and inequality
Location: GM.304
Chair: Hannu Turba, University of Kassel

Is Hungarian Society a Class Society? The Changing of the Hungarian Class Structure in European Comparison

Ákos Huszár

Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

Understanding the nature of Agricultural work as a Survival Strategy of Rural Poor

Kezban Çelik1, Sibel Kalaycıoğlu2

1: TED University, Turkey; 2: METU,Turkey

RN29_09a: Techno-Scientific Civilisation and its Consequences
Location: GM.307
Chair: Gallina Tasheva, 1967

The Ontological Turn And Critical University Studies: On Dialogue And The Critique Of Neoliberal Technocracy In English Higher Education

Justin Cruickshank

University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

A Possibility of Sociologically Theorizing of AI Phenomenon: An Ethnomethodological Inquiry

Yu-cheng Liu

Nanhua University, Taiwan

Metamorphozation Of Social Realities: Ambivalent Side-Effects And New Power To Act With Reflexive And Complex Reality Of Europe

Sergey Kravchenko

MGIMO Univercity, Russian Federation

Some Remarks for a New Sociological Theory on Sustainability

Mariella Nocenzi1, Angela Maria Zocchi2

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

RN29_09b: The Social Shaping of Research: Adequacy, Impact and Elites
Location: GM.325
Chair: Francisco Javier Salinas Lemus, University College London

When “Adequacy” is Actually its Opposite: Reading Social Reality Against the Grain

Lorenzo Sabetta

Sapienza - University of Rome, Italy

Theoretical Foundations of Social Impact

Elisabeth Torras-Gómez1, Carmen Elboj2, Esther Oliver1, Julia Herrera1

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

Socially Responsible Research and Social Impact Assessment of Scientific Organizations: a Case Study

Inês Almeida Martins

University of Coimbra, Portugal

The Moral Elites: A Conceptual Approximation and Research Agenda

Anders Sevelsted

Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

RN30_09a: Intergenerational relations
Location: GM.302
Chair: Ralph Chan, University of Vienna

The Dynamics of Systemic Preferences in Polish Society (An Intergenerational Perspective)

Krystyna Szafraniec

Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland

Behavioral Models of the Last Soviet Generation in Post-Soviet Lithuania

Laima Zilinskiene

Vilnius University, Lithuania

‘If I Compared Them To Myself At Their Age…’: Discourses Of Youth Futures And The Generational Bias

Valentina Cuzzocrea

University of Cagliari, Italy

Adolescents’ Attitudes Towards The Ideal Division Of Housework Tasks Among Couples: The Impact Of Socialization Experiences

Janine Bernhardt, Leonie Kleinschrot

German Youth Institute, Germany

RN30_09b: Participation III: Inclusion and empowerment
Location: GM.303
Chair: Mirja Tuulikki Määttä, Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment

The Potential Of The European Youth Programmes To Strengthen Inclusion And Participation Of Young People

Sümeyra Akarçeşme1,2, Helmut Fennes1,2, Susanne Gadinger1,2, Andreas Karsten1,2,3, Tanja Strecker1,3

1: RAY Youth Research Network; 2: GENESIS Research Institute; 3: Think Tank Youth Policy Labs

The (Em)power(ment) Of Seeing Things Differently: The Possibilities of Co-Research Methodology And Art Projects For Promoting Young Refugees’ Well-Being And Social Inclusion

Tiina Sisko Rättilä1, Päivi Honkatukia1, Kaisla Koskelainen2, Olli Sillanpää2

1: Tampere University, Finland; 2: Kölvi Association, Tampere, Finland

Political Participation As a Missing Factor of Transition to Adulthood.

Marcin Kotras1, Jolanta Grotowska-Leder2

1: University of Lodz, Department of Sociology of Politics and Morality, Poland; 2: University of Lodz, Department of Applied Sociology and Social Work, Poland

Youth Guarantee - additional guarantee?

Marti Taru

Tallinn University, Estonia

RN31_09: Ethnic Minorities and Identity
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Andreas Schadauer, University of Vienna

Partner Choice Dynamics Among Chinese Migrants ----The Case of Belgium

Wenlei Shi

Ghent University, Belgium

Constructing the Ethnic Identity of Minority Youth in Northern Europe in 2019

Pia Elisabeth Waldemarsdotter Nyman-Kurkiala, Lillemor Östman, Henrik Kurkiala, Jean Banyanga, Josefine Dahlgren

Åbo Akademi University, Finland

The peculiarities of Actualization of Ethnic Minoritiy Identities in Inter-ethnic Communication in LatviP

Vladislav Volkov

The Institute of Philosophy and Sociology (the University of Latvia), Latvia

Diasporic Citizenship and the Mapuche Case: The Black and The Red Atlantic in the Reterritorialization of Rights

Joao Victor Nery Fiocchi Rodrigues1, Evandro Piza Duarte2

1: University of Pennsylvania, United States of America; 2: University of Brasilia, Brazil

RN32_09a: Examining Populism (II)
Location: GM.338
Chair: Gabriella Szabó, Centre for Social Sciences

Populist Discourse on Political Representation: Case Study of Lithuania

Jogile Ulinskaite

Vilnius University, Lithuania

Superordinate Intersectionality - Putting Identity Politics in the Study of Right-wing Populism

Ov Cristian Norocel

Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

Why No Populism in Portugal? Lessons from Lisbon

Filipe Carreira da Silva

Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

How do Transnational Populist Parties and Leaders frame External and Internal EU Borders?

Christian Lamour

Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research, Luxembourg

RN32_09b: Citizenship and Civil society (III)
Location: GM.339
Chair: Alison E. Woodward, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

The Role of Polish and Russian NGOs in Lithuanian Civic Society: State Policy Measures and Attitudes of NGOs Leaders

Monika Frėjutė-Rakauskienė

Lithuanian Social Research Centre, Lithuania

When There Is No Choice: Electoral Preferences of Russians In Times of Ideological Uncertainty

Irina Trofimova1, W.John Morgan2, Grigorii Kliucharev1

1: Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation; 2: Wales Institute of Social & Economic Research, Data & Methods, Cardiff University

Interest Group Systems In Post-Communist Environment: Informal Relations And Inequality Of Access To Policy Making

Pavel Kanevskii

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation

RN33_09a: Generations, Identities and Subjective Experiences
Location: BS.3.14
Chair: Lise Widding Isaksen, University of Bergen, Norway

Sexting is not Sex: How Teenagers Redefine Communication and Sexuality

Genovefa Zafeiridou

University of Cyprus, Cyprus

Tradition or Integration? Changing Identity Patterns in Three Generation of Roma Women in Hungary

Fanni Maszlag

University of Debrecen, Hungary

Doing Feminist Diversity: Learning from a workshop for first generation students

Efrat Ben-Shoshan Gazit

Tel Aviv university, Israel

Exploring the Everyday Lived Experiences of Young Muslim Women About the Hijab: Reflections From the Inside

Berenice Golding, Leonie B Jackson

University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom

RN33_09b: Gendered Responsibilities and Family Idealizations
Location: BS.3.15
Chair: Maria Carmela Agodi, Università di Napoli Federico II

Female Perpetrators in Prison: Agency, Suffering and the Gendering of Responsibility

Mette Irmgard Snertingdal1, Cecilie Neumann2

1: University College of Norwegian Correctional Service, Norway; 2: Oslo Metropolitan University

Gender and Women’s Commitment in Mafia Organizations: The Family as a Greedy Institution

Martina Panzarasa

University of Milan, Italy

Ideal family. Women Idealized: The prisoner’s stigma that contradict models constructed historically

Karina Reif

Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (Pucrs), Brazil

Preparations For The Next Life? Authenticity, Ambivalence And Middle-Class Femininities

Kristine Vaadal1, Signe Ravn2

1: Volda University College, Norway; 2: University of Melbourne, Australia

RN34_09a: Identities, values and religious attitudes II
Location: BS.4.05A
Chair: Roberta Ricucci, University of Turin

Becoming A Good Muslim. Women/Female Mevlid Ceremonies In Turkey And Religious Socialization

Martina Crescenti, Isabella Crespi

University of Macerata, Italy

Niqabi women in Spain: An approach to their reality

Alexandra Ainz-Galende, Ruben Rodríguez-Puertas, Juan Sebastián Fernández-Prados


Ethnic Churches As Partners Of Welfare Organisations To Improve Elderly Care For Immigrants

Marc Breuer, Jannah Herrlein

Catholic University of Applied Sciences, Paderborn/Germany

Faith Narratives on Un/belonging: A Sociological Exploration Based On Experiences Of Ex-Muslims And Muslim Converts

Icram Serroukh

Middlesex University, United Kingdom

RN34_09b: Comparing and contrasting the religious landscape in the European context
Location: BS.4.05B
Chair: Sinisa Zrinscak, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law

Young Muslims in Spain: Religion, Culture and Citizenship

María Jiménez-Delgado1, Diana Jareño-Ruíz1, Pablo De-Gracia-Soriano1,2

1: University of Alicante, Spain; 2: Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Religious Life In A Post-Socialist Urban Context: The Case Of Potsdam

Irene Becci1, Johann Hafner2, Helga Völkening2

1: University of Lausanne, Switzerland; 2: University of Potsdam, Germany

From Invisibility to Voice. Minority Places of Worship and the City as a Urban Religious Field

Luca Bossi

University of Turin, Italy

Demarcating Moral Territories: Flexible Alignment Of Religious Organizations In The Face Of Secular Pressures In Belgium

Ilay Zehra Yesil

University of Bern, Switzerland

RN35_09a: The Long Summer of Migration and Its Aftermath
Location: BS.G.26
Chair: Anna Schnitzer, University of Zurich

„You are in Czech Office, so you have to be able to speak Czech:“ Discourses and Practices of Czech Migration Policy

Karel Cada, Karina Horeni

Charles University, Czech Republic

Home Accommodation of Asylum Seekers in Finland. Hospitality as Resistance.

Paula Merikoski

University of Helsinki, Finland

“Staying Despite Everything”: Syrian Refugees’ Legal, Political and Social Struggles in Turkey

Aysecan Terzioglu

Sabanci University, Turkey

Negotiations of Borders and Uncertainty: Social Work with Unaccompanied Minors in Times of Restrictive Migration Policy

Ulrika Wernesjö

Linköping University, Sweden

RN35_09b: New Politics of Identity
Location: BS.G.27
Chair: Kyoko Shinozaki, University of Salzburg

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

Ana Mijic

University of Vienna, Austria

The Representation of Englishmen among Baltic Migrants in the UK

Martins Kaprans

University of Latvia, Latvia

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

Aslican Kalfa-Topates, Hakan Topates

Pamukkale University-Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Turkey

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

Tetiana Havlin

University of Siegen, Germany

RN35_09c: Concepts of Belonging in Migration Contexts
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Janine Dahinden, University of Neuchâtel

Passing, Being Liminal, and Belonging in Longitudinal and Current Migration Perspectives

Pat Cox

University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

Concepts of Belonging in the Narratives of ‘Multiple’ Migrants

Aleksandra Winiarska1, Justyna Salamońska1, Marta Kluszczyńska1,2

1: University of Warsaw, Poland; 2: Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland

Who Belongs to Us? 'Politics of Belonging' Before, During and After the 'Refugee Crisis' in Germany and Their Interplay With Anti-Immigrant-Attitudes

Madlen Preuß1,2, Andreas Zick2

1: University of Applied Science Bielefeld; 2: Institute for Interdisciplinary Research on Conflict and Violence, Bielefeld University

Mono-, Bi- or Transcultural? Reflection of Identity Constructions of International Mobiles.

Jean Philippe Décieux

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

RN37_09: (Post)modern urban transformations
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: Mare Else Knibbe, Maastricht University

Vision of Global City and Transformation of the Old Towns: İstanbul Historic Peninsula as a Case Study

Murat Şentürk

Istanbul University, Turkey

The Change Occurring in Daily Life by Culture-led Urban Transformation: Culture Valley Project Sample

Büşra Turan, Merve Ayar

İstanbul University, Turkey

Regeneration and Spatial Segregation in Post-Modern York, UK

Naoko Takeda

Waseda University, Japan

RS02_09: Commodification of bodies
Location: UP.4.210
Chair: Daniela Bandelli, LUMSA

A Critical Perspective of the Post-Human Dismissal of the Body: Gestational Surrogacy within the Sociology of the Body of David Le Breton and the Sociology of the Self-Identity of Anthony Giddens

Giorgio Porcelli

University of Trieste, Italy

Global Care Chains and Surrogacy. The Commodification of Bodies and Care Work in Global Capitalism

Anna Maria Morero Beltrán1, Rosa Ortiz Monera2, Màrius Domínguez Amorós3

1: Universitat de Barcelona, Spain; 2: Universitat de Barcelona, Spain; 3: Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

Removing the Charity Veil: Surrogacy as Reproductive Labor

Bruna Kern Graziuso

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil

RS03_09: Maritime Professions
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Agnieszka Kolodziej-Durnas, University of Szczecin
Chair: Frank Sowa, Nuremberg Tech Georg Simon Ohm

Déformation Professionnelle And The Construction of Occupational Identity: The Example Of Maritime Professionals

Marie Cornelia Grasmeier

Bremen University, Germany

Gender in European Fisheries: Social Transformation and Cohesion Trends

Esther Copete

University of Greenwich, United Kingdom

Outlining the identity of the Greek seafarer’s wife. The case of Chios Island.

Ioannis Katsounis1, Georgia Paradeisi2, Maria Lekakou1

1: University of the Aegean, Greece; 2: Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Greece

A Study on “Sense of Acquisition” of Elderly Fishermen on Islands: Two Islands in Zhoushan City of Zhejiang Province in China as Examples

Wen Zhang

Shanghai Ocean University, China, People's Republic of

RS10_09: Futures, identities and biographies
Location: UP.2.217
Chair: Giuliana Mandich, University of Cagliari

I could, I could have done, I can: The Role of Narrative in Futures-Making and Subject Formation

Paola Pierri

University of the Arts London, UK

Disconnected: The Difficult Construction of Future Time Perspectives By Youths In Jail. A Case-Study In Sardinia, Italy.

Ester Cois

University of Cagliari, Italy

Becoming a Mother. Practicing the Future by First-time Pregnant Women

Yvonne Niekrenz

University of Rostock, Germany

RS11_09: Emerging forms of precariousness: Hybrids between employment and self-employment
Location: UP.4.206
Chair: Renato Miguel Carmo, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL)
Chair: Annalisa Murgia, University of Milan

Employment Quality As A Health Determinant: Cross-Cutting Boundaries Between Types Of Waged And Self-Employed.

Jessie Gevaert1, Karen Van Aerden1, Deborah De Moortel1,2, Christophe Vanroelen1,3

1: Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium; 2: Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf, Germany; 3: Universitat Pompeu Fabra Barcelona, Spain

In the Name of Passion: Passionate Work and Precariousness in Food and Beverage Italian Micro-entrepreneurs

Alessandro Gerosa

University of Milan, Italy

Perceived Employment and Life Precariousness: A Study in Croatia, Italy and the Netherlands

Chiara Bassetti1, Filip Majetić2, Miroslav Rajter3

1: Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, University of Trento; 2: Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar; 3: University of Zagreb

Fighting The Precarious Conditions Of Platform Workers. Calls For A Renewed Social Dialogue In Europe

Paolo Borghi, Annalisa Murgia, Petr Mezihorák, Mathilde Mondon-Navazo, Rossella Bozzon, Pierluigi Digennaro

University of Milan, Italy

RS14_09: Global Knowledge and Inequality
Location: BS.3.25
Chair: Justyna Kijonka, University of Silesia in Katowice

Ethnic Boundaries Revisited

Ilkka Arminen, Otto Segersven

University of Helsinki, Finland

Global Boundary Making – A Sociology of Knowledge Perspective on Global Categories

Hannah Bennani, Marion Müller

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany

Transgendering Knowledge. The Case of Ukrainian Minority in Poland

Aleksandra Herman

University of Warsaw, Poland

Un/Certainty in Borderland-Discourses and Practices

Kamil Bembnista

Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space, Germany

RS15_09: Democratic Deficit in Legal Regulation
Location: UP.2.220
Chair: Barry Sullivan, Loyola University Chicago
Chair: Mavis Maclean, University of Oxford

Scotland, Equality Law and Gender

Nicole Busby

University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

Brexit, Gender and (the End of) Human Rights

Susan Millns

University of Sussex, United Kingdom

"The Street Is My Private Space": Being Without Shelter In Leipzig

Luisa T Schneider

Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Germany

GA: General Assembly of all ESA members
Location: The Bridgewater Hall
Chair: Sue Scott, Newcastle University
JS_RN01_RN21_10: Using Methods of Quantitative Analysis in Ageing Research
Location: BS.3.17
Chair: Jolanta Perek-Białas, Jagiellonian University, Cracow and Warsaw School of Economics

Challenges Of Measuring Age Discrimination In The Labour Market Via Surveys In Central And Eastern European Countries

Maria Varlamova1,3, Jolanta Perek-Białas1,2

1: Institute of Sociology, Jagiellonian University, Poland; 2: Warsaw School of Economics, Poland; 3: Phd Student at Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions ITN EuroAgeism

Access to Training in Older Age: Using Bayesian Hierarchical Modelling in a Comparative Lifecourse Perspective

Konrad Turek, Kene Henkens

Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, Netherlands, The

How Does (Old) Age Affect Data Quality? Findings From the German Ageing Survey (DEAS)

Nicole Hameister, Daniela Klaus, Heribert Engstler

German Centre of Gerontology, Germany

JS_RN02_RN03_10: Performative and Arts-Based Methods in Biographical Research
Location: GM.307
Chair: Chris Mathieu, Lund University
Chair: Lyudmila Nurse, University of Oxford

A Migrant’s Biography as Art.

Justyna Kijonka

University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland

Frames of Live: The Visual-Verbal Interplay in Photo-Biographical Research

Ana Gonçalves1,2, Alexandre Bergamo3

1: Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Av. Professor Aníbal de Bettencourt, 9, 1600-189 Lisboa, Portugal; 2: Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Centro em Rede de Investigação em Antropologia, Lisboa, Portugal; 3: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina - UFSC, Florianópolis, Brasil

Creative Applications Of Biographical Research Methods; thoughts on the inter-disciplinarity, analysis and interpretation of biographical data

Maggie ONeill1, Lyudmila Nurse2

1: UCC, Ireland; 2: Oxford University, UK

Assemblage of Memory. A Female Experience of Memory Transmission and Performance

Katarzyna Niziołek

University of Białystok, Poland

JS_RN05_RN09_II_10: Financialisation and its Impacts on Everyday Life II
Location: BS.3.20
Chair: Marta Olcoń-Kubicka, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology at the Polish Academy of Sciences
Chair: Sebastian Nessel, University of Graz

Over-indebtedness, Debt Management and Saving: Drawing Class Boundaries In and Through Financial Education

Daniel Maman1, Zeev Rosenhek2

1: Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel; 2: Open University of Israel, Israel

The Everyday Politics of Debt in Denmark - A Cosmological Interpretation

Benjamin Schwarz

Roskilde University, Denmark

Relationship with the Brand Throughout Life. Biographical Narrative Interview in Consumer Research

Łukasz Mateusz Skoczylas

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland

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

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

Nina Baur, Linda Hering

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

Structures And Mechanisms - Methodological Problems Of Explanation In Economic Sociology

Gerhard Fuchs

Universität Stuttgart, Germany

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

Sabine Neuhofer

University of Vienna, Austria

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

Lada Litvinova

HSE University, Russian Federation

JS_RN13_RN21_10: Introducing (Under-Utilised) Surveys for European Family Research
Location: GM.339
Chair: Detlev Lück, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

Growing up in Germany: Introducing a Representative, Multi-Study Survey of Children, Youth and Families

Claudia Recksiedler1,2, Holger Quellenberg1, Gerald Prein1, Ulrich Pötter1

1: German Youth Institute, Germany; 2: NCCR LIVES, Switzerland

The Generations and Gender Programme : New Methods and New Questions

Thomas Emery

The Generations and Gender Programme

Databases Prepared in the FamiliesAndSocieties Project: LawsAndFamilies, ARPNoVa, EUFamPol and LargeFamilies

Livia Sz. Olah, Gerda Neyer

Stockholm University, Sweden

The Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey and its Potential for Family Research

Mark Wooden, Inga Laß

University of Melbourne, Australia

JS_RN13_RN35_10: Relatives at a distance: Doing family in current migration regimes
Location: BS.1.25
Chair: Vida Česnuitytė, Mykolas Romeris University & Vilnius University

Family Migration Practices Of Refugees In Germany: The Timing Of Spouses’ And Children’s Migration

Lenore Sauer, Elisabeth Kraus

Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany

Who Counts as “Unaccompanied”? The Making up of Family Relations in the Context of Migration Management in Germany

Bettina Ülpenich

Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany

The International Migration of Couples: Timing – Motives – Outcomes

Marcel Erlinghagen

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

JS_RN15_RN28_10: Boundaries, Barriers, and (Multiple) Belongings through Sport
Location: BS.4.06A
Chair: Marco Caselli, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Chair: Renan Petersen-Wagner, Leeds Beckett University

Football Fandom as an Identity Component among Turkish-speaking Diaspora Members in France

Daghan Irak

Aix-Marseille University, France

VAR (video-assistant-referee) as Neo-Colonialism? Reading the FIFA 2018 Mens World Cup YouTube Video Comments

Renan Petersen-Wagner1, Jan Ludvigsen2

1: Leeds Beckett University, United Kingdom; 2: Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom

Grasping of the Ethnic Identity Gap in Transnational Social Positioning-Case: Turkish Football Players between Berlin and Turkey

Oktay Aktan

University of Kiel, Germany

Who May Represent the Nation? Sport, Migration and Citizenship in a Globalising World

Gijsbert Oonk

Erasmus University, Netherlands, The

JS_RN16_RN20_10: Co-creation/production/design in health and healthcare: Cutting-edge approach or smart branding?
Location: UP.2.217
Chair: Veronica Moretti, University of Bologna
Chair: Oli Williams, King's College London

Exploring, Measuring And Enhancing The Co-production Of Health And Wellbeing At The National, Regional And Local Levels Through Comparative Case Studies In Sweden And England: The 'Samskapa' Research Programme (Study Protocol)

Sophie Sarre1, Glenn Robert1, Sofia Kjellström2, Kristina Areskoug Josefsson2, Boel Andersson Gäre2, Ann-Christine Andersson2, Marlene Ockander2, Jacob Käll3, Jane McGrath4, Sara Donetto1

1: King's College London, United Kingdom; 2: Jönköping University, Sweden; 3: Djursdala, Sweden; 4: we coproduce, London

Photovoice As A Promising Approach To The Co-Creation Of Knowledge: Capturing And Communicating Ethnic Minority People’s Lived Experiences Of Severe Mental Illness And Its Treatment

Kristoffer Halvorsrud1, James Rhodes2, Georgia Mae Webster1, Joy Francis3, Maria Haarmans2, Natalia Dawkins1, James Nazroo2, Kamaldeep Bhui1

1: Queen Mary University of London, Centre for Psychiatry, UK; 2: University of Manchester, Sociology, UK; 3: Words of Colour Productions, UK

When is Co-production not Co-production? Investigating co-production within the context of Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in healthcare research in England

Oli Williams

King's College London, United Kingdom

Revealing The Labour. The 'Hidden' Co-Production of Planning for (Tele)Care in the Home.

Rob Wilson1, Katie Brittain2

1: Northumbria University, United Kingdom; 2: Northumbria University, United Kingdom

JS_RN16_RN22_RN30_10: Adolescents and Obesity in Context: Moving Beyond Individual Choice
Location: GM.328
Chair: Evelyne Baillergeau, University of Amsterdam
Chair: Christian Bröer, University of Amsterdam

Exploring Nutrition in Context: What Do 11 Year-old Girls Eat and Think of Food?

Eluska Fernandez, Deirdre Horgan, Karl Kitching

University College Cork, Ireland

„What’s a normal weight?“ - Body Size Norms in Origin- and Receiving Country and Immigrant Adolescents’ Weight-Status Self-Assessment

Matthias Robert Kern1, Andreas Heinz1, Gonneke Stevens2, Sophie D. Walsh3, Helmut Willems1

1: University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg; 2: Utrecht University, Netherlands; 3: Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Confronting Obesity: Co-creating policy with adolescents

Christian Bröer, Sherria Ayuandini, Gerlieke Veltkamp, Baillergeau Evelyne

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The

Fatness & Blackness: Considering the cultural dynamics of curves

Katherine Appleford

Kingston University London, United Kingdom

Exploring A 'Practice Change' Approach To School Physical Activity Intervention

Fiona Spotswood1, Gareth Wiltshire2

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

JS_RN35_RN37_10: Cities in times of migration "crises"
Location: BS.3.23
Chair: Rui F. Carvalho, Brown University

Nordic Ties and London Lives: Urban Belonging, Transnational Networks and Mobility Intentions of Nordic Migrants under the Brexit Uncertainty

Saara Koikkalainen

University of Helsinki, Finland

Cities and Critical Democratic Experiences:Welcoming Solidarities with Refugees in the UK Cities

Nese Oztimur

Soas, University of London, United Kingdom,

City, Migration and the Challenges of Urban Cultural Policies: the Example of the “International Cities of Refuge Network” (ICORN)

Andrea Glauser

University of Lucerne, Switzerland

Mixed Communal Living and Individualized Support As Catalysts Of Refugees’ Social and Structural Integration? The Case of CURANT (Cohousing And Case Management For Unaccompanied Young Adult Refugees in ANTwerp)

Laura Van Raemdonck, Rilke Mahieu

University of Antwerp, Belgium

RN01_10a: Loneliness in Old Age
Location: UP.3.204
Chair: Edward Tolhurst, Staffordshire University

Loneliness Across The Life-Course:Preliminary Findings From The BBC Loneliness Experiment

Christina Victor1, Manuela Barreto2, Matthew Richins2, Alice Eccles3, Pamela Qualter4

1: Brunel University London, United Kingdom; 2: Exeter University, Exeter, United Kingdom; 3: University of Central Lancashire, Preston, United Kingdom; 4: Manchester University, Manchester, United Kingdom

Offline and Online Social Networks and their Impact on Loneliness and Wellbeing among Italian Older People: Results from the “Aging in a Networked Society” Study

Daniele Zaccaria, Georgia Casanova, Antonio Guaita

Golgi Cenci Foundation, Italy

Older Men At The Margins: Loneliness, Isolation And Help-seeking Experiences Of Men (65+) From Marginalised And Hard-to-reach Groups

Paul Willis1, Alex Vickery2

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

RN01_10b: Age Discrimination
Location: UP.3.205
Chair: Matthias Nowc, University of Duisburg-Essen

To What Degree Is Ageism Actually Disableism?

Mariska van der Horst1, Sarah Vickerstaff2

1: VU Amsterdam, Netherlands; 2: University of Kent, United Kingdom

Age Discriminations In Belgium: Has Nothing Changed?

Nathalie Burnay

University of Namur, Belgium

The Economics of Labelling People: It's Time to Retire "The Elderly"

John Turner1, Gerard Hughes2, Michelle Maher3, Tianhong Chen4

1: Pension Policy Center, Washington DC, USA; 2: Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; 3: Maynooth University, Ireland; 4: Guangdong Institute of Public Adminstration, China

Unfolding Career Trajectories: Dynamics of Ageism in Contemporary Labour Markets

Katri Keskinen

Tampere University, Finland

RN02_10: Arts Performance and Grants Allocation
Location: GM.306
Chair: Sari Karttunen, Center for Cultural Policy Research CUPORE

Songs and the Performance of Kurdish Identity

Joseph Matthew Greenwood1, Ana Cristina Marques1,2

1: University of Kurdistan, Hewler, Iraq; 2: Univeristy of Lisbon

Street Art as a Point of Conjunction between Figurative Art and Conceptual Art

Emanuele Stochino

Università degli Studi di Brescia, Italy

Grant Proposals: Strategic Discourse or ‘Reasonable Without Being Reasoned’? A Field Analysis of Visual Artists and their Justifications for Government Money.

Julia Peters, Henk Roose

Ghent University, Belgium

Georg Simmel's Sociological Aesthetics as "Treausure Hid in the Field" of Empirical Art Sociology

Nina Tessa Zahner

Kunstakademie Duesseldorf, Germany

RN04_10: Naming and Intersectionality
Location: GM.327
Chair: Cath Larkins, University of Central Lancashire
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.

Speaking Darija: A Value or a Stigma? Language Proficiency as Ambiguous Cultural Capital in the Discourses of Young Migrant Children and Their Families Living In Rabat, Morocco.

Chiara Massaroni

University of Innsbruck, Austria

He and She in IT: How Stereotypical Gender Portrayals in Social Media Marketing impact Children’s future Social Practices

Kamilla Knutsen Steinnes

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

Sea, Sun and a Sense of Adventure: Uncovering The Bullying, Belonging and Business Barriers to Children’s Enjoyment of Natural Coastal Environments in a Time of Brexit

Cath Larkins

University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

RN05_10a: Food sociology
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Marie Plessz, INRA

Questioning The Virtues Of Commensality: To What Extend Does Eating Together Improve Social Relationships And Well-Being?

Maxime Michaud1, Fairley Le Moal1,2,3, Sonia Bouima1,4,5

1: Institut Paul Bocuse Research Center, France; 2: Centre Max Weber, France; 3: Université Lumière Lyon II, France; 4: Centre Maurice Halbwachs, France; 5: Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, France

The Swedish Backstage of the Sociology of Food and Eating: Fractalization of Boundaries in Scientific Work

Nicklas Neuman1, Jonas Bååth2

1: Uppsala University, Sweden; 2: Linnaeus University, Sweden

Resituating ‘The Visceral’ Within The Sociology Of Consumption: Examining The Case Of Alternative Food

Jonathan Beacham

Lancaster University, United Kingdom

Boundaries of Conscious Food Consumption – An Interdisciplinary Multi-Method Approach to Food Knowledge and Consumerism

Alexandra Maria Sept

Technical University of Munich, Germany

RN05_10b: Consumption, media and the digital
Location: BS.G.35
Chair: Terhi-Anna Wilska, University of Jyväskylä

Digitalization And Sociology – A Literature Review.

Arne Dulsrud1, Bendik Bygstad2

1: Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway; 2: University of Oslo, Norway

Domesticating Home-IoT – A research Framework for Studying Connected Homes

Dag Slettemeås, Ardis Storm-Mathisen

OsloMet, Norway

Towards New Forms of Organizing the Production in Creative Industries

Yasaman Sadeghi1,2

1: Grenoble Ecole de Management; 2: Univ Grenoble Alpes ComUE

The Reflexive Mediatization of Consumption

Paul Eisewicht

Technical University Dortmund, Germany

Representations vs Actions in Online Behavior: First Results from an Academic Online Panel of Internet Users

Filipe M. Montargil1,2, Cristian Ruiz1,2, Branco Di Fátima2

1: School of Communication and Media Studies, Portugal; 2: Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia (CIES-IUL)

RN05_10c: Practice Theories
Location: BS.G.36
Chair: Kirsten Gram-Hanssen, Aalborg University

Consumption And Consumer Practices: An Overview Of Conceptual Uses And A Formation Of These Terms As Analytical Tools

Dimitris Lallas


Social Movements, Everyday Practices and Political Economic Transformation

Luke Yates

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Contentious, yet Compatible: Review of Social Practice Approach and Multi-level Perspective in Research on Sustainability Transitions.

Margit Keller

University of Tartu, Estonia

Automatic For The People. What Happens To Practice Theory If The Practice is taken over by machines?

Pål Strandbakken, Nina Heidenstrøm

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

RN06_10: The Political Economy of Neoliberal Transformations
Location: GM.332
Chair: David J. Bailey, University of Birmingham
Chair: Angela Wigger, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Toward a Political Economy of Policing under Authoritarian Neoliberalism

Malte Michael Laub

King's College London, United Kingdom

Theorizing Cities and Neoliberalism: Accounting for Systemic vs. Contingent Aspects of Neoliberal Transformations

Aleksandra Piletic

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The

Back to the Village. Undisciplined Notes on Ordoliberal Communitarianism

Gerardo Costabile Nicoletta

University of Naples Federico II, Italy

RN07_10a: Sociology of Culture: Morality and struggle
Location: GM.334
Chair: Simon Stewart, University of Portsmouth

Conceptualising Social Types and Figures: From Social Forms to Classificatory Struggles

Elias le Grand

Stockholm University, Sweden

The Only True Philosophers: Performances and Boundary-Work of Unofficial Philosophers in Communist Czechoslovakia

Dominik Zelinsky

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Icons of Moral Disturbance

Lisa McCormick

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

The Barriers Of Young People’s Moral Socialization

Tatiana Kirilina

State Educational Institution of Higher Education Moscow Region «University of Technology», Korolev, Russian Federation, Russian Federation

RN07_10b: Sociology of Culture: Events and identity
Location: GM.335
Chair: Joost Van Loon, Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

Identity and Its Questioning: Social Struggle, Self-Critique and Group Psychic Processes

Dimitra Kotouza

Independent Researcher, United Kingdom

Boundaries by Design: Design Careers and Navigating Multiple Fields

Laura E. Braden

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The

Belonging beyond Boundaries: Investigating Social Interactions in Popular Culture Events

Lenia Marques1, Carla Borba2

1: Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The; 2: Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil

Community, Difference and Symbolic Boundaries: The Case of a Moors and Christians Festivity

Rita Ribeiro, Emilia Araujo

CECS - University of Minho, Portugal

RN09_10: New Empirical Studies in Economic Sociology
Location: BS.3.16
Chair: Alberto Veira-Ramos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Early Users of New Transport Technologies in Russia

Alena Nefedova

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation

Exploring Philanthrocapitalism from a Social Theory Perspective: Gifts versus Exchange

Philipp Degens

University of Hamburg, Germany

Cooperatives In Local Communities - Weaknesses And Resilience

Jasminka Laznjak, Davorka Matic, Kresimir Zazar

University of Zagreb, Croatia

Looking Up Or Down? An Analysis Of Reference Point Formation For Income Comparisons

Alex Lehr

Radboud University, Netherlands, The

RN10_10a: Social inequality in education - General considerations
Location: UP.3.210
Chair: Adriana Aubert, University of Barcelona

Educational Institutionalisation as Secularization. A Comparative-Historical Analysis of the Educational Secularization in Austria, Germany and Sweden.

Simon Gordt

University of Hildesheim, Germany

How Do Characteristics of Education Systems Shape Educational Inequalities? Results of a Systematic Review

Laura Zapfe, Christiane Gross

Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg, Germany

Academic Governance and the Field of Higher Education

Agnete Vabø1, Moa Maria Cecilia Lindqvist2, Mikael Börjesson2

1: Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway; 2: Uppsala university, Sweden

Multidimensional Social classification Applied to the Analysis of Educational Spaces

Ylva Bergström, Emil Bertilsson, Mikael Börjesson

Uppsala, Sweden

RN10_10b: Internationalisation
Location: UP.3.211
Chair: Mieke Van Houtte, Ghent University

Who Choose to Study Abroad, and What Educational Field Do They Choose?

Håvard Helland

OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

The impact of European school partnerships: The case of Greek participation

Theodoros Zevgitis, Anastassios Emvalotis

University of Ioannina, Greece

The Education of the Global Elite: The Role of ‘Traditional International Schools’

Hugh Lauder, Tristan Bunnell, Michael Donnelly, Sam Whewall

University of Bath, United Kingdom

Accountability Reform in the Chilean Education System: Exploring its Trajectory and Enactment through a Cultural Political Economy Approach

Lluís Parcerisa1, Alejandra Falabella2

1: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain; 2: Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile

RN11_10: The Nation, the State and Emotion
Location: BS.3.26
Chair: Monika Verbalyte, Freie Universität Berlin

Embodied Nationalism: Nations, States, Emotions

Jonathan G. Heaney

Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom

Emotion, Routinized Charisma and the Entrepreneurial City-State

Roy Coleman

university of liverpool, United Kingdom

Enlightened Bourgeoisie: Therapeutic Discourse, Democracy and Nationalism in the Israeli Public Television

Rotem Leshem

Tel-Aviv University, Israel

Affective Narratives of Vulnerability: Iran’s Economic Sanctions and the Emotional Politics of Social Media

Sara Tafakori

London School of Economics, United Kingdom

RN12_10a: Media and Environmental Communication
Location: BS.3.21
Chair: Aleksandra Wagner, Jagiellonian University

Topic Modelling The Mass Media Representation Of Climate Change In Lithuania

Florian Rabitz, Audronė Telešienė, Eimantė Eimantė

Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

Media’s Social Construction of Environmental Issues: the (in)visible dimensions of drought periods on the Portuguese region of the Alentejo

Ana Rita Matias

Social Sciences Institute - Lisbon University (ICS-UL), Portugal

Corporate Social Responsibility Communication and Interaction Processes Towards Sustainable Brownfields Redevelopment

Teresa Burguete, Idalina Sardinha, Cristina Baptista


RN12_10b: Human-Animal Relations
Location: BS.3.22
Chair: Peter Oosterveer, Wageningen University

From Fear to Festivity: The Case of Human-Elephant Conflict and Conservation in Odisha, India

Medha Nayak, Dr. Pranaya Kumar Swain

National Institute of Science Education and Research, India

Children-Animals Relationships And The Critical Debate About Sustainable Development

Verónica Policarpo, Teresa Líbano Monteiro, Monica Truninger, Ana Nunes de Almeida, Leonor Rodrigues

Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa

Sardinian Shepherds Facing To The Global Market, Between Resilience Strategies And Struggles For A Fair Sheep-milk Price

Domenica Farinella

University of Messina, Italy

Exploring the Human-Dog Bond: How Police Dog Handlers and General Purpose Dogs Develop a Bond Through Training.

Harriet Smith1, Mara Miele1, Nickie Charles2, Rebekah Fox2

1: Cardiff University, United Kingdom; 2: Warwick University, United Kingdom

RN13_10a: Fertility and reproductive technologies
Location: UP.2.218
Chair: Catherine McNamee, Queen's University Belfast
Chair: Kathryn Almack, University of Hertfordshire

Increasing Rates Of Caesarean Section Influence The Current Generations Emotionally

Inés Brock

MEU Multiversität - Studienzentrum der Diploma, Germany

Sperm Donation, Fertility Treatments and the Constitution of Single Mothers by Choice

Zohar Lechtman

Independent Researcher and Consultant, Zohar Lechtman, practitioner, Israel

Procreative Boundaries: Gay Men Navigating Surrogacy

Wendy Norton

De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom

Parental Desires and Intentions of Czech Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Men and Women

Marta Vohlídalová, Hana Maříková

Institute of Sociology Academy of Sciences of the Czech Rep., Czech Republic

RN13_10b: Parent-child relations, mothering and fathering practices V
Location: UP.2.219
Chair: Pedro Romero-Balsas, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Chair: Kinga Dóra Szabó-Tóth, University of Miskolc

Researching Family Practices and its Generational and Gendered Dimensions with a Qualitative Multi-Method Design – Methodological Considerations.

Jana Mikats

University of Graz, Austria

The Social Meaning of Time in Family with Children: The Case of Russian Large Families

Mariia Goleva

Saint Tikhon’s Orthodox University, Russian Federation

In The Name Of The Father: Patrilineal First Names Transmission During The First World War

Baptiste Coulmont1,2, Nicolas Todd3,4

1: Université Paris 8, France; 2: CRESPPA, CNRS, France; 3: Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock, Germany; 4: Centre Roland Mousnier, Sorbonne Université, France

Polish Fathers on Parental Leave. Motivations and Experiences

Katarzyna Suwada

Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland

RN14_10a: Resistance is everywhere
Location: UP.4.211
Chair: Orly Benjamin, Bar Ilan University

La Plataforma de Estibadoras de Algeciras. History of a fight

Empar Aguado-Bloise

Universitat de Valencia, Spain

The Battle over Kindergarten Teachers’ Wages: Outsider-Driven Deinstitutionalization of a Gendered Labour Market Practice

Paula Hannele Koskinen Sandberg

Tampere University, Finland

Young Female Trade Unionists’ Perspectives on Self-Organisation: Collective Contradictions

Eve Ewington1, Susan Durbin2

1: Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: University of the West of England, United Kingdom

RN14_10b: Women's Activism and Leadership for Securing Change
Location: UP.4.212
Chair: Tessa Wright, Queen Mary University of London

Challenging Male Dominance: Critical Actors Building Critical Mass Through a Women's Mentoring Scheme

Susan Durbin1, Ana Lopes2, Stella Warren1

1: University of West of England, United Kingdom; 2: Newcastle University

All’s Fair in Love and Labour? – The Gendered Discourses of Benefiting from Physical Appearance in Working Life

Iida Kukkonen, Tero Pajunen, Erica Åberg, Outi Sarpila

University of Turku, Finland

Dynamics and Consequences of De-feminisation of Care

Aleksandra Kanjuo Mrčela, Branko Bembič

University of Ljubljana Faculy of Social Sciences, Slovenia

Women and Trade Unions in Sherry Area. From the invisible participation to the need of leadership.

Eva Bermúdez-Figueroa

Universidad de Cádiz, Spain

RN15_10: Cosmopolitan Experiences
Location: BS.4.04A
Chair: Marjaana Rautalin, Tampere University

Academic Experience Abroad: Autonomy and Sociability, Southern and Northern Style

Pierluca Birindelli

Gonzaga University / International Studies Institute

The Young Cosmopolitan Between School and 'Home': An Ethnography of Multiple Attachments

Elisabeth Rondinelli

York University, Canada

Everyday Nordic Cosmopolitanisms: Food Spaces and Intercultural Encounters in Danish Society

Alev Pinar Kuruoglu, Ian Woodward

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

Cosmopolitan Encounters in the International Workplace

Varvara Kobyshcha

University of Helsinki, Finland / NRU Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation

RN16_10a: Care
Location: UP.4.204
Chair: Jonathan Peter Gabe, Royal Holloway, University of London

Virtuous Care: The Spatial Organisation of Care in Residential Homes for Older People

Eleanor Kate Johnson

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

The use of Complementary and Alternative medicines (CAM) by Breast Cancer Patients-bridging the gap in communication

Kavi Sharma1, Richard Simcock2, Joana Almeida3, Jonathan Gabe4, John L Anderson5

1: University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, Brighton and Sussex Medical School; 2: Brighton and Sussex University Hospital NHS Trust; 3: University of Bedfordshire,; 4: Royal Holloway, University of London; 5: Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Caring For Children During The Cancer Journey: An Analysis Of Cancer Blogs

Marta Gibin

University of Bologna, Italy

Buildings, Bodies and Bugs: Constructing Spatio-temporal Boundaries in the Cystic Fibrosis Clinic

Christina Buse1, Nik Brown1, Sarah Nettleton1, Daryl Martin1, Alan Lewis2

1: University of York, United Kingdom; 2: University of Manchester, United Kingdom

RN16_10b: Risk - Donation - Mental health
Location: UP.4.205
Chair: Angela Genova, Urbino Carlo Bo

The Gift Of Data

Vera Raivola

University of Eastern Finland, Finland, The Finnish Red Cross Blood Service

Third Party Reproduction And Being An Egg Or Sperm Donor: The Vision Enabled Through A Sociology Of Personal Life

Petra Nordqvist

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Beds or Meds? The Changing Societal Responses to Mental Health Problems in Affluent Democracies, 1960-2003

Sigrun Olafsdottir

University of Iceland, Iceland

RN17_10a: Changing Work and Labour Relations
Location: UP.1.218
Chair: Peter Kerckhofs, Eurofound

The Map Is Not The Territory. Contested Space In Food Delivery Work

Heiner Heiland

Technical University Darmstadt, Germany

How Much or Little Work is Good for You? A Shorter Working Week, Well-being and Mental Health

Daiga Kamerāde1,2, Senhu Wang2, Brendan Burchell2, Ursula Balderson2, Adam Coutts2

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

Social Perception Towards Automation In Spanish Labour Market

Salvador Manzanera-Román

University of Murcia, Spain

Factors of Successful Formation of New Employment Segments of the Population on the Depressive Labor Market

Nina Arsentyeva

Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering, Russian Federation

RN17_10b: New Perspectives on the World of Work and Labour
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Joanna Karmowska, Oxford Brookes University

Literacies, Occupations and Prestige Scales. New Relationships.

M. Angeles Serrano, Amado Alarcon, Antoni Vidal, Natxo Sorolla

Rovira i Virgili University, Spain

“A Living Organism”: Interaction and Social Order in a Techno-social Milieu

Mehmet Kurtcebe1, Elif Tüzü2

1: Hacettepe University, Turkey; 2: İzmir Katip Çelebi University, Turkey

The Multi-Temporal Political Economy of Financialisation: The Case of UK Pensions Provision and Inter-Generational Justice

Craig Paul Berry

Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

RN18_10: Experts and Audiences in the Digital Age
Location: UP.4.209
Chair: Yuqi Na, University of Westminster

No Standards for Balance or Fairness: the Partisan Audience

Elvira Garcia de Torres1, Silvia Martínez Martínez2, Cristina Rodríguez Luque3, Bernardino Cebrián Enrique1

1: CEU Cardenal Herrera University; 2: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya; 3: CEU San Pablo University

Reconsider Visuality and Personality Cult

Eureka Shiqi Wang

Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

Warm Experts Revisited – Why Are They Still Needed?

Riitta Hänninen1, Sakari Taipale1,2

1: University of Jyväskylä, Finland; 2: University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Instrumentalization of Emotion During the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election – A Neopragmatist Analysis of the Presidential Nominees’ Media Communication

Sheena Fee Bartscherer

Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

RN19_10a: Law and Legitimization
Location: BS.3.27
Chair: Antero Olakivi, University of Helsinki

Ethical and Economical Challenges of Italian lawyers. The Case of Lawyers Defending Mafia Clients.

Ombretta Ingrascì

University of Milan, Italy

Gender and Age Inequalities in the Professions: Careers and Work-Life Reconciliation in Canadian Engineering and the Legal Profession in Finland

Marta Choroszewicz1, Tracey L Adams2

1: University of Eastern Finland, Finland; 2: The University of Western Ontario, Canada

The Discourse of Professionalism as Instrument of Legitimization: case study Czech civic sector

Magdalena Stovickova Jantulova

Charles University, Czech Republic

RN19_10b: Adjustments and Ambivalences in professional work
Location: BS.3.28
Chair: Taru Siekkinen, University of Jyväskylä

Adjustment Of German Doctoral Candidates In France And The Netherlands

Gregor Schäfer, Yasmin El Dali

University of Siegen, Germany

The Difference In The Ways Certified Care Workers Understand Tasks Based On Varying Vocational Education And Training In Japan: Making Reference To The Idea Of 'Dignity And Independence'

Yuma Suzuki

The University of Tokyo, Japan

Obscured by Ambivalence: Managerialist Institutional Work in Israel’s Welfare Ministry

Shachar Timor-Shlevin1,2,3

1: Bar Ilan University, Israel; 2: Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel; 3: Ashkelon College, Israel

Mètis: A Concept To Capture The Blurred Culture Of A Constrained Occupational Group?

Soazig Di Bianco1,2

1: Ecole Supérieure d'Agricultures d'Angers, France; 2: INRA, UMR CESAER, Dijon, France

RN20_10a: Digital and Analogue Discourses
Location: UP.3.209
Chair: Tea Torbenfeldt Bengtsson, VIVE - The Danish Center for Social Science Research

Personal Testimonies from the Times of Boundaries Melting and Crystallising

Zuzana Kusá, Dominika Orišková

Institute for Sociology Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovak Republic

Work-related Discussions and Online Sociality on a Global Online-forum – Studying (Professional) Knowledge in the Making?

Barbara Fersch

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

”Completely Ordinary Girl”: Firsthand Narrative from a Swedish Syrian Traveler who joined Islamic State

Henriette Frees Esholdt

Lund University, Sweden

The Role Of The Generational Gap In Family Practices Toward Social Media

Katya Danielova Bozukova

Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom

RN20_10b: Pedagogy and Research Ethics
Location: UP.3.212
Chair: Silvia Cataldi, sapienza university of rome

A Method Proposed for the Analysis of Lesson Observations: The Exploration of Social Representations about the Student-Teacher Relationship.

Jocelyn Lissette Morales Verdejo

Institute of Education - UCL, United Kingdom

Analysing Pedagogical Practice: Theoretical and Methodological Boundaries

Magdalini Kolokitha

University of Thessaly, Greece

The Ethics Of Research And Researching Ethics

Katharina Kärgel

Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

Empowerment And Social Responsibility In Qualitative Reseach

Birgit Behrensen

BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany

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

Child Deprivation In Europe. Study On Family And Context Factors

Paola Ciceri, Mario Lucchini

University of Milano Bicocca Department of Sociology and Social Research Italy

The Effects Of Occupational Mismatches On The Employment Biographies And Income

Kevin Alan Franz Ruf1,2, Andreas Damelang1

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

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

Michael Otto, Andreas Damelang

Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

RN22_10: Risk, Healthcare and Professional Work
Location: UP.4.214
Chair: Bert de Graaff, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam

Personalising Risk: Social Workers' Perspectives On The 'Making Safeguarding Personal' Approach To Adult Protection.

Jeremy Dixon

University of Bath, United Kingdom

Political Representation as Social Work: Unearthing the Risk Work of Constituency Members of Parliament in the UK

Jo Warner

University of Kent, United Kingdom

Developing A Post-Formal Approach To Analysing Risk Work: A Case Study Of Tensions Experienced Amid A Public Health Intervention In A Dutch City

Patrick Brown1, Nienke Slagboom2, Nicola Gale3

1: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The; 2: University of Leiden, Netherlands, The; 3: University of Birmingham, UK

Foreign-trained Professionals’ Integration: Are Institutional Disjunctions Endemic?

Jean-Luc Bédard, Anna Maria Zaidman, Marta Massana

Université TÉLUQ, Canada

RN23_10: Sexual Health: Negotiating therapeutic imperatives
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Andrew Douglas King, University of Surrey

Sex and Sexuality in Later Life: the More the Healthier?

Ieva Stoncikaite

U of Lleida, Spain

The Sexual Politics of Healthy Families. Healthist Framings in the Struggles over Parenting outside Heterosexuality in Italy.

Chiara Bertone

University of Eastern Piedmont, Italy

‘Prep Is A Chemical Condom’: Narratives Of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis For HIV Among Barebackers And Bugchasers

Jaime Garcia Iglesias

The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Realizing Sexuality by Preventing Sexuality – The Case of Non-Offending Pedophils

Folke Brodersen

TU Berlin, Germany

RN24_10: Information Technologies and Society
Location: UP.3.213
Chair: Franc Mali, University of Ljubljana/ Faculty of Social Sciences

Reputation Technologies and Social Innovation: A New Approach

Stefano De Paoli

Abertay University, United Kingdom

Blockchain Technology: Constructing a Progressive Framework for Development

Tom Redshaw

University of Salford, United Kingdom

Young University Students And News. Uses And Gratifications

Rodolfo Martinez-Gras, Eva Espinar-Ruiz, Cristina Gonzalez-Diaz

University of Alicante, Spain

RN25_10a: Digital activism and social media
Location: GM.330
Chair: Cesar Guzman-Concha, University of Geneva

One Response To The 'Refugee Crisis' In Northern France. Cyber Union And The Mobilization Of A Responsive, Without Borders Social Work.

Lyndsey Kramer

The University of York, United Kingdom

Digital Mobilization: The Social Movement Built Around A Telecommunications Network Based On A Commons Model Called Guifi·net

Joan Rodon, Daniel Arenas, Mireia Yter

Universitat Ramon Llull - ESADE, Spain

Social Media Activism and the Impact of Urgency, On-line Solidarity and Resistance Upon the Perception of Time. A Case Study of a Patients’ Social Movement.

Antonello Bocchino

University of Westminster, UK

The Diffusion Of Radical Left-wing Activism Through Mass Media And Movement-controlled Alternative Media

Magnus Wennerhag1, Måns Lundstedt2

1: Södertörn University, Sweden; 2: Scuola Normale Superiore, Florence, Italy

RN25_10b: The interaction and structure of social movement organizations
Location: GM.331
Chair: Mattias Wahlström, University of Gothenburg

Policy Professionals In Civil Society: Power on the Members' Mandate?

Joanna Mellquist

Södertörn University, Sweden

Organizing the Polish and Swedish Women's Movements

Eva Karlberg

Södertörn University, Stockholm Centre for Organizational Research (SCORE)

Contemporary Processes of Social Self-Organization in Spain: Movements of the Multitude

Alvaro Malaina

University Complutense of Madrid, Spain

EU Legacies: A Panel Study Of Czech Social Movements

Katerina Vrablikova

University of Bath, United States of America

RN26_10: Places and local communities
Location: GM.304
Chair: Volkan Yilmaz, Bogazici University

All Around The House: Temporalities Of Activation In Local Housing Policy

Tommaso Frangioni

Università di Torino, Università di Firenze, Italy

Is a Universal Non-contributory Social Pension Desirable and Feasible for China’s Rural Pension Scheme?

Ce Shen1, Jessica K.M. Johnson1, Zhenhe Chi2, John B. Williamson1

1: Boston College; 2: China Institute of Industrial Relations

Who Lives There Now? Differences In Affordability And Income Between Housing Tenure Groups In Europe

Stefan Angel

Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria

Work Based Welfare and New Social Services in the Rural Communities of Hungary

Judit Csoba, Florian Sipos

University of Debrecen, Hungary

RN29_10: Social Contradictions and Social Pathologies
Location: GM.325
Chair: Benno Herzog, University of Valencia

Deconstructing Social Acceleration: Towards a Discrete Model of Temporality for Social Research

Andre Uibos

University of Tartu, Estonia

The Resonance of Resonance: Critical Theory as a Sociology of World-Relations?

Simon Susen

City, University of London, United Kingdom

Rationality - Cultivation - Vitality: Simmel on the Pathologies of Modern Culture

Arthur Bueno

University of Frankfurt, Germany

The Modern Political Imaginary and the Problem of Hierarchy

Craig Browne

University of Sydney, Australia

RN30_10a: Wellbeing and inequalities
Location: GM.302
Chair: Laura Gilliam, Aarhus Universitet

Subjective Well-being and Agency of Young Adults Leaving Care in the Russian North

Meri Susanna Kulmala1, Zhanna Chernova2

1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: Higher School of Economics, Russia

Youth Participation In Times Of Neoliberal Urbanism - Expert Discourses On The Effects Of Social Stratification And Unequal Living Conditions In The City Of Gothenburg

Zulmir Becevic1, Magnus Dahlstedt2

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

'I've missed out on being young': The Construction of Young People's Life Courses in the Context of Parental Dementia

Melanie Hall1, Pat Sikes2

1: Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom; 2: University of Sheffield

Anime Youth Scene In A Muslim Region of Russia: (Sub)cultural Identities, Global trends and Local Barriers

Alina Vladimirovna Maiboroda

National Research University Higher School of Economics St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

RN30_10b: Citizenship and self
Location: GM.303
Chair: Nuno de Almeida Alves, ISCTE-IUL

Sometimes More is Less? Young Finnish-Russian Dual Citizens and the Weight of Citizenship

Marko Kananen, Jussi Ronkainen, Kari Saari

South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, Finland

Mobility and Active Citizenship

Airi-Alina Allaste, Raili Nugin

Tallinn University, Estonia

Cultural Practices, Daily Life and Participatory Processes of Young People. The Perspective of Cultural Welfare

Stella Volturo, Alessandro Martelli, Paolo Zurla

University of Bologna, Italy

Young People and the Making of the Self as Enterprise: New Work Orders and Global Grammars of Enterprise.

Diego Carbajo1, Peter Kelly2

1: Dept. of Sociology 2. University of the Basque Country, Spain; 2: School of Education. RMIT University, Australia

RN31_10a: Xenophobia and Anti-Immigrant Resentment
Location: UP.4.210
Chair: Wenlei Shi, Ghent University

Who Counts as Muslim

Natalia-Cornelia Malancu1, Laura Morales2, Melanie Kolbe3, Marco Giugni4

1: University of Geneva; 2: Sciences Po; 3: The Graduate Institute; 4: University of Geneva

Do the Media Affect Concerns about Xenophobia and Anti-immigrant Violence?

Christian Czymara, Stephan Dochow

Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

Perceived Discrimination as a Major Reason behind Return Migration From Europe

Meltem Yilmaz Sener

Norwegian Center for Human Rights, University of Oslo, Norway

Disinformation and Xenophobia: Syrian Refugees in Turkey

Ahmet Kurnaz1, Zeynep Kurnaz2

1: Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey; 2: Karabuk University, Turkey

RN31_10b: Discriminatory Practices in Europe: Case Studies
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Claudia Gina Hassan, University of Rome Tor Vergata

An Ethnographic Case Study To Everyday Practices Of Ethnic Discrimination In Flemish Secondary Education

Michiel Lippens, Lore Van Praag, Elke Struyf

University of Antwerp, Belgium

Discrimination in the Rental Housing Market: Field Experiment in Ireland

Egle Gusciute

Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland

Ethnic Differentiation of Czech Primary Schools: the Case of Brno

Laura Fonadova1, Tomas Katrnak2

1: Masaryk University - Faculty of Economics and Administration, Czech Republic; 2: Masaryk University - Faculty of Social Studies, Czech Republic

RN33_10a: Languages, Identities and Masculine Dominations
Location: BS.3.14
Chair: Ana Vidu, University of Deusto

Language And Gender In The Labour Market

Jasna Mikić

University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences, Slovenia

Language and Masculine Domination

Milica Antić Gaber, Nina Perger

Universiry of Ljubljana, Slovenia

The Limitations of Identity Politics in The Women’s Movement in Turkey and Transversal Politics as an Alternative Approach

Pelin Dinçer

Hacettepe University, Turkey

Working for the Government as a Convenient Job for Women in the Russian Patriarchate

Valeriya Utkina

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation

RN33_10b: Art, New Ideas and Cultural Challenges
Location: BS.3.15
Chair: Maria Carmela Agodi, Università di Napoli Federico II

‘Home’, Intersectionality And Practising Arts: How Can Intersectionality Be Implemented In An Art-based Research Design?

Mastoureh Fathi

Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom

Communities of Practice and Gender Equality in Academia: Challenging the Status Quo Through Knowledge Exchange

Marta Warat, Ewelina Ciaputa, Paulina Sekuła, Ewa Krzaklewska

Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland

Gender-Based Approaches in Contemporary Iranian Art and Culture: A Critical View

Combiz Moussavi Aghdam

Tehran University of Art, Iran, Islamic Republic of

Women Entrepreneurs: New Ideas, Old Practices

Avi Shnider, Anat Guy

College of Management, Israel

RN34_10a: Theoretical and methodological challenges in studying sociology of religion
Location: BS.4.05A
Chair: Sinisa Zrinscak, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law

Actor-Network Theory as a Way to Research Religion

Petra Tlcimukova

University of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic

Social Network Analysis Of The Satanic Milieu In The Russian Social Network “Vkontakte”

Oxana Mikhaylova

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation

RN34_10b: Identities, values and religious attitudes III
Location: BS.4.05B
Chair: Roberta Ricucci, University of Turin

Religion Pluralism and Symbolic Boundaries in Urban Spaces. The Case of Goutte d’Or (Paris) and Raval (Barcelona)

Víctor Albert Blanco

Université Paris 8 - Saint Denis (France) & Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona ISOR-UAB (Spain)

Inter-faith And Intercultural Dialogue As A Way Of Preventing Radicalization. Moving Away From The Attraction And Fascination Towards Violence To Creating Cohesive Community

Lena De Botton1, Lidia Puigvert2, Emilia Aiello3, Roger Campdepadrós4

1: University of Barcelona, Spain; 2: University of Barcelona, Spain; 3: University of Barcelona, Spain; 4: University of Girona, Spain

RN35_10a: Migration, Integration, and the Role of Language
Location: BS.G.26
Chair: Dilek Cindoglu, Hbku

Applying The Symbolic Interaction Theory To The Case Of Older Refugees’ Language Learning Difficulties In Germany

Ahmad AL Ajlan

Bielefeld University, Germany

Titular Finns and Finnish Somali – Imitation Game research exploring boundary making and assimilation

Otto Segersven

University of Helsinki, Finland

The Effects of Psychological Stress and Trauma of recent Refugees on Teaching and Language Acquisition: The Case of the German Integration Course

Andreea Baier2, Anna X. Wieczorek1

1: Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, Germany; 2: Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

Early Childhood Intervention For Migrant Families In Germany: Constraints And Opportunities When There Is No Shared Language

Birgit Elke Jentsch

German Youth Institute, Germany

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

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

Olivia Teresa Ruiz

El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Mexico

An accompaniment model – experiences from a Humanitarian Corridor

Ilaria Schnyder von Wartensee, Clemens Sedmak

University of Notre Dame, United States of America

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

Camilla C Nordberg

University of Helsinki, Finland

Second-generation Youths: Experiences of Political Participation in Italy

Veronica Riniolo

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy

RN37_10: Urban change and local sustainability
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: George Chatzinakos, Manchester Metropolitan University

Changes in Everyday Life and a Mega Sport Event: A Case of FIFA World Cup 2018 in a Small Russian City

Maxim Markin, Evgeniya Nadezhdina

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation

Urban Regeneration and Sustainability on a fast-changing industrial area from Lisbon. From Morphologic margins to Social Borders

Joao Carlos Martins

University of Lisbon, Portugal

Improve Energy Efficiency In Condominiums Of Working-class Neighbourhoods. Lessons From Field Inquiries In Two French Case Studies

Flavia Leone3, Marie-Pierre Lefeuvre2, Romain Melot1

1: Université de Tours, France; 2: Université Paris Est, France; 3: Université Paris Saclay, France

RS03_10: Maritime Miscellanea
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Frank Sowa, Nuremberg Tech Georg Simon Ohm
Chair: Agnieszka Kolodziej-Durnas, University of Szczecin

Trends and Men. The Development of Maritime Studies in French Social Sciences

Emilie Mariat-Roy

Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, France

The Social and Demographic Portrait of Prostitutes in Polish Port Cities in the 1950s

Karolina Izdebska, Urszula Kozłowska

University of Szczecin, Poland

RS11_10: Who is at risk of precariousness and where?
Location: UP.4.206
Chair: Annalisa Murgia, University of Milan
Chair: Renato Miguel Carmo, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL)

Precarious Situations of Farming Occupation

Majda Cernic Istenic

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Understanding Precariousness in the Journalistic Sphere

Pedro Pais1,2, Miguel Paisana1,2, Miguel Crespo1,2, Caterina Foa1,2, Ana Pinto-Martinho1,2

1: ISCTE-IUL Lisbon University Institute, Portugal; 2: CIES-IUL Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia

Working Carers In The UK : An Experience Of Precariousness.

Camille Victoire Allard

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

RS14_10: Knowledge and Digitalization
Location: BS.3.25
Chair: Sasa Bosancic, University of Augsburg

Algorithms, Identification of Legitimation Statements, and Questionnaire Design

Vladimir Cvetković1, Jasmina Petrović2

1: SSA, Serbia; 2: Faculty of Philosophy, University of Niš, Serbia

Big Data, Social Sciences and Politics. Critical Questions For Social Knowledge

Olimpia Affuso1, Antonella Coco2

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

Digitalization and the change of Lifeworlds

René Tuma

TU Berlin, Germany

The Scenographic Construction Of Knowledge About Control Centres

David Joshua Schröder

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

RS15_10: The Crisis of Legitimacy in Law and Justice
Location: UP.2.220
Chair: Nicole Busby, University of Strathclyde
Chair: Carlo Pennisi, Università di Catania

Formal Democratic Legitimacy In The European Union: The Continued Barrier Of Multilingualism

Erin Nicole O'Leary

University of Chester, United Kingdom

The Court Of Justice Of The European Union: A New Model Of Legitimation Of Justice

Stefania Adriana Bevilacqua

Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Gender Strategies of the Czech Norm-Makers

Zuzana Fellegi

Anglo-American Univeristy, Prague, Czech Republic

Islands of Innovation: Exploring the Dark Side of Judicial Innovation in Southern Europe

Luca Verzelloni

Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal

RS20_10: Education and Political Participation in Eastern Europe
Location: BS.4.04B
Chair: Lígia Ferro, University of Porto / Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Tolerance in Russia: Street-Level Bureaucracy and Implementation of Ethnic Policy

Nikolay Sarkisyan

University of Oslo, Norway

Loosing The Binding Force Of Democratic Norms In Eastern Europe. A Case Study Of The Justice Reform In Poland.

Henning de Vries

Bielefeld University, Germany

CB6: Coffee Break
P3: Plenary 3 - Closing
Location: The Bridgewater Hall
Chair: Gary Pollock, Manchester Metropolitan University

Decolonial Feminism in Europe and Beyond

Françoise Vergès

Independent Scholar

Migration and Refugees in a Global World: The Case of the Mediterranean

Sari Hanafi

American University of Beirut, Lebanon (Lebanese Republic)

9:00pm Party: Conference Party
Location: The Bridgewater Hall

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