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Location: GM.339
Manchester Metropolitan University Building: Geoffrey Manton, Third Floor 4 Rosamond Street West Off Oxford Road
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN32_01b: Parties, Politics, and Societies
Location: GM.339
Chair: Hans Joerg Trenz, University of Copenhagen
 

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

Anne Skevik Grødem

Institute for Social Research, Norway



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

Hendrik Jakobus Kotze1, Carlos Rivero2

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



Social Causes of Ethnic Parties Formation in Nepal

Jhakendra Gharti Magar, Urika Thapa

Tribhuvan University, Saraswati Multiple Campus, Nepal



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

Pelin Ayan Musil

Anglo-American University, Czech Republic

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN32_02b: Social Politics
Location: GM.339
Chair: Alison E. Woodward, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
 

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

Jörg Flecker1, Carina Altreiter1, Zsófia Nagy2, Saskja Schindler1

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



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

Lasse Schmidt Hansen

Department of Political Science, Aarhus University, Denmark



On Justifiying Austerity: Politics of Trust and Fear

Janne Autto1, Jukka Törrönen2, Jef Huysmans3

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



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

Vaidas Morkevicius, Egle Butkeviciene, Egle Vaidelyte, Giedrius Zvaliauskas

Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

4:00pm
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5:30pm
RN32_03b: Social Identities
Location: GM.339
Chair: Maria Cristina Marchetti, Sapienza University of Rome
 

Young Finnish-Russian Dual Citizens and Sailing on Two Boats at the Sea of International Politics

Kari Saari, Jussi Ronkainen, Marko Kananen

South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, Finland



Banal Nationalism in Cosmopolitan Contexts: An Ethnographic Study on German Societies at English Universities

Cedric Jürgensen1,2

1: University of Leipzig, Germany; 2: Technical University of Chemnitz, Germany



Inclusive Decision-making and Campaign: The Participation of Second Generation Migrants for Preventing Radicalization

Marilena Macaluso1, Santa Giuseppina Tumminelli2

1: University of Palermo, Italy; 2: University of Palermo, Ass. Nahuel, Italy



Entangling Identities: Mapping The Different Ways Citizens Belong To Trans-, Sub- , National And Religious Identities

Charlotte Maene1, Peter Stevens1, Jochem Thijs2

1: Ghent University, Belgium; 2: Utrecht University

6:00pm
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7:30pm
RN32_04b: Established and Emerging Cleavages
Location: GM.339
Chair: Hans Joerg Trenz, University of Copenhagen
 

Low-skilled workers’ political actions: from RRPP vote to protests. A comparison between Italy, France and Spain

Davide Rocchetti, Katia Pilati

University of Trento, Italy



Nostalgia, Societal Cleavages, And The Modernization Project: Georgians’ Attitudes Towards The European Union

Rati Shubladze, David Sichinava

CRRC Georgia, Georgia



Migration: A New Cleavage In European Societies

Daniele Petrosino

Università degli studi "Aldo Moro" BARI, Italy



Relating Cultural Repertoires, Cleavage Structures and Discursive Opportunities to Events. A Theoretical Outline and an Application to the Case of 9/11 in the American and Dutch Public Spheres

Thijs van Dooremalen

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The

Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN32_05b: Governmentality and Society (I)
Location: GM.339
Chair: Ov Cristian Norocel, Université Libre de Bruxelles
 

The Innovative State: Policy-Making Under Conditions of Uncertainty

Hanna Ylöstalo

University of Helsinki, Finland



Navigating Coercion in Political Rhetoric: Shifting Strategies to Cope with Intervention by the Troika in Portugal

Laia Pi Ferrer, Hanna Rautajoki

Tampere University, Finland



Politics and Administration: Civil Service in Poland in the New Institutional Perspective

Kaja G. Gadowska

Jagiellonian University, Poland



A Permanent “State Of Exception”: The Condition Of Migrants Between Humanitarian Emergency And Exclusion Policies In Italy.

Maria Cristina Marchetti1, Emanuele Rossi2

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

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN32_06b: Politics of Boundaries (SOSEM)
Location: GM.339
Chair: Gabriella Szabó, Centre for Social Sciences
 

Incivility as semiotic resource. Lessons from Hungary (SOSEM)

Gabriella Szabó

Centre for Social Sciences, Hungary



The Semiotic Resources of Left-wing Political Community Between 1990 and 2015. (SOSEM)

Marton Bene

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



Vertical to Horizontal to Central. Spatial Metaphors in Hungarian Politics since 1990 (SOSEM)

Balázs Kiss

MTA Centre for Social Sciences, Hungary



Changing Patterns of Negative Campaigning in Hungary (SOSEM)

Fruzsina Nábelek

Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary



Visual political communication resources in Hungary, 1990-2015 (SOSEM)

Xénia Farkas

HAS Centre for Social Sciences, Institute for Political Science; Corvinus University of Budapest, Doctoral School of Political Science

4:00pm
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5:30pm
RN32_07b: Discursive Articulations of the Social
Location: GM.339
Chair: Ov Cristian Norocel, Université Libre de Bruxelles
 

Mediated Misogyny: the communicative politics of #BoycottGillette

Edward James Pertwee

London School of Economics, United Kingdom



Communicating Mobilisation and Resistance: The Rhetorical Dimension of Radical Movements and Protest across Periods of 'Newness'

Giorgos Charalambous

University of Nicosia, Cyprus



Anti-Muslim Racism In Israeli And German Public Discourses: Manifestations On Local, National And International Levels.

Anja Schmidt-Kleinert

Philipps-University Marburg, Germany



The Social Renegotiation of German Conceptions of Asylum and Human Rights in Response to the “Migrant Crises” of 1992/3 and 2015/6

Julius Maximilian Rogenhofer

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
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

2:00pm
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3:30pm
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


 
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