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Location: BS.G.34
Manchester Metropolitan University Building: Business School, Ground Floor Oxford Road
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN05_01a: Consumption and inequalities
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Arne Dulsrud, Oslo Metropolitan University
 

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

Emma Helen Casey

Northumbria University, United Kingdom



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

Nan Bakkeli

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway



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

Ella Lillqvist, Anu A. Harju

University of Helsinki, Finland

12:45pm
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1:45pm
MD03: Assessing and Evaluating Research and Impact
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Sue Scott, Newcastle University
2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN05_02a: Conspicuous consumption
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: A Warde, University of Manchester
 

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

Alan Warde1, Irmak Karademir Hazir2

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



The Changing Consumption of Luxury among Different Consumer Generations

Terhi-Anna Wilska

University of Jyväskylä, Finland



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

Michał Cebula1, Przemysław Sadura2

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



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

Riie Heikkilä1, Anu Katainen2

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

4:00pm
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5:30pm
RN05_03a: Stratification 1
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Semi Purhonen, Tampere University
 

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

Ondřej Špaček

Charles University, Czech Republic



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

Jarmo Johan Petteri Kallunki

Tampere University, Finland



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

Gunnar Otte, Holger Lübbe, Luisa Wingerter

Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany



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

Marie Plessz1, Anne Lhuissier1, Séverine Gojard1, Véronique Nicheèle2

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

6:00pm
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7:30pm
RN05_04a: Stratification 2
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Ondrej Spacek, Charles University
 

Alternative Food as a Distinctive Way of Consumption: an Ethnographic Case Study of the reinvention of class boundaries in rural area

Anaïs Malié1,2

1: Institute of Political Studies of Toulouse, France; 2: CESAER, INRA de Dijon, France



Ascend Of The Herbivores, Decline Of The Carnivores? The Social Stratification Of Food Consumption Profiles In Italy, 1995-2014

Filippo Oncini, Moris Triventi

Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Trento, Italy



Improving Ways to Determine Whether Cultural Stratification Is Strong or Weak

Semi Purhonen

Tampere University, Finland



They're a Fan but They're Not a Stan: Stratification and Belonging in Digital Music Fan Communities

Sascha Buchanan

Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN05_05a: Eating in different cultures
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Eivind Jacobsen, OsloMet
 

Do we eat out ? : A socio-economic analysis for Colombian households between 1993 and 2014

Giselle Torres Pabón

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile



Alternative food qualities and practices in Beijing and Guangzhou

I-Liang Wahn

Feng Chia University, Taiwan



Russia’s Food Revolution: A Solution or Challenge for Food Security?

Irina Trotsuk

Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Russian Federation

12:45pm
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1:45pm
MD12: Disrupting Disciplinary Boundaries
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Apostolos G. Papadopoulos, Harokopio University
2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN05_06a: Food and stratification
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Jessica Paddock, University of Bristol
 

Healthiness And Food Practices Among Socio-Economically Disadvantaged: From Resources And Lifestyles Towards Navigating Contested Everyday Processes

Bente Halkier, Lotte Holm

University of Copenhagen, Denmark



The Relationship Between Socioeconomic Position And Fish Consumption In Finland During 1985-2016

Antti Kalle Akseli Kähäri

University of Turku, Finland



Knowledge Production, Policymaking and Local Blurring of Food Production Practices

Rachel Reckinger

University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg



Between Distinctiveness and Standardisation. The Various Sensual Landscapes of Buying and Selling Fresh Produce in Berlin

Linda Hering1, Julia Fülling2

1: Technical University Berlin, Germany; 2: Humboldt University Berlin, Germany

4:00pm
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5:30pm
RN05_07a: Consumption and the family
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Lydia Martens, Keele University
 

Past Familial Experiences And The Interrelationships Between Consumers’ Individual and Relational Selves Over Time

Katerina Karanika1, Margaret Hogg2

1: University of Exeter, United Kingdom; 2: Lancaster University, United Kingdom



Household Expenditure And Stage Of Family Life Cycle: An Empirical Study Of Italian Households

Simona Diliberto, Michele Tumminello, Fabio Massimo Lo Verde

University of Palermo, Italy



From A Grandfather Butcher To A Vegetarian Granddaughter: Practices Transformations Across Three Generations In Food And Mobility

Amélie Anciaux

UCLouvain, Belgium



Navigating Symbolic Pollution in Family Care Assemblages Though Symbolic Boundary Work

Jacqui O'Riordan1, Carol ME Kelleher1, Deirdre O' Loughlin2

1: University College Cork, Ireland; 2: University of Limerick, Ireland

6:00pm
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7:30pm
RN05_08: Special session: Advancing Practice Theoretical Applications in the Sociology of Consumption?: Debating Childhood and Markets: Infants, Parents and the Business of Child Caring
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Monica Truninger, University of Lisbon
Book presentation (Lydia Martens) and discussion.
7:30pm
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8:30pm
RN05_BM: RN05 Business Meeting
Location: BS.G.34
Chair: Terhi-Anna Wilska, University of Jyväskylä
Chair: Stefan Wahlen, Wageningen University
Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
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

2:00pm
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3:30pm
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


 
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