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Session Overview
Location: BS.4.06B
Manchester Metropolitan University Building: Business School, Fourth Floor, North Atrium Oxford Road
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
JS_RN20_RN27_01: Decolonizing social research: Practices and reflections on the democratization of social research
Location: BS.4.06B
Chair: Silvia Cataldi, sapienza university of rome
Chair: Andrea Vargiu, Università di Sassari

Citizen Science as a Way to the Democratisation of Social Research

Egle Butkeviciene1, Bálint Balázs2

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

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

Murat Ergin, Aybike Alkan

Koc University, Turkey

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

Fiorella Vinci

eCampus University, Italy

Doing Participatory Action Research In Times Of Neoliberism

Andrea Vargiu1, Mariantonietta Cocco1, Zoraida Mendiwelso-Bendek2

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

JS_RN15_RN37_02: Transforming cities in a global transforming world
Location: BS.4.06B
Chair: M. Victoria Gómez, University Carlos III Madrid

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

Maciej Kowalewski

University of Szczecin, Poland

New urban practices in Russia's periphery

Vasileios Kitsos

södertörns högskola, Sweden

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

Silvia Pezzoli, Sheyla Moroni

University of Florence, Italy

JS_RN21_RN31_03: The Challenge of Measuring Antisemitism
Location: BS.4.06B
Chair: Wolfgang Aschauer, University of Salzburg
Chair: Karin Stoegner, University of Vienna

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

Kim Robin Stoller

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

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

Heiko Beyer1, Ulf Liebe2

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

New Ways of Scrutinising Overt and Subtle Antisemitism in Hungary

Ildiko Barna, Arpad Knap

Eotvos Lorand University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hungary

Assessing Antisemitism On Twitter

Daniel Armin Miehling1, Gunther Jikeli2,3,4

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

JS_RN09_RN17_04: Platform Work: Needs, Activation and Representativeness in the Era of Digital Labour
Location: BS.4.06B
Chair: Arianna Tassinari, University of Warwick
Chair: Davide Arcidiacono, University of Catania

Platform Work and Platform Workers in Italy: an Exploratory Study

Davide Arcidiacono2, Ivana Pais1

1: Università Cattolica, Italy; 2: Università di Catania

This Must Be The Place. Food Delivery Business Model, Riders’ Mobilization, And The City.

Filippo Andrei, Tommaso Frangioni

University of Turin, Italy

Not only riders

Andrea Bellini1, Silvia Lucciarini2

1: Dipartimento disse sapienza roma, Italy; 2: University of Florence

Resistance Against the Recommodification of Labour on Food-delivery Platforms in Germany: Structural Drivers and Individual Motivations

Denis Neumann1, Vera Trappmann2, Alexandra Seehaus1

1: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; 2: Leeds University Business School, United Kingdom

Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
JS_RN09_RN17_05: The Gig Economy: Bright and Dark Sides of the Future Labour Market I
Location: BS.4.06B
Chair: Bernd Brandl, Durham University
Chair: Alberto Veira-Ramos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Can The Gig Economy Be Compatible With Standard Employment? A Case Study Of Food Delivery Platform In Belgium

Agnieszka Piasna, Jan Drahokoupil

European Trade Union Institute, Belgium

Between the Old and the New – the Gig Economy and Its Characteristics

Bartosz Mika

University of Gdańsk, Poland

Recruitment Devices in the Gig Economy: How a Labour Supply Takes Shape in the Market for Food Deliveries

Luca Perrig

University of Geneva, Switzerland

Thriving Or Just Surviving: Divergent Inequalities In London’s Gig Economy

George Maier

London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), United Kingdom

JS_RN09_RN17_06: The Gig Economy: Bright and Dark Sides of the Future Labour Market II
Location: BS.4.06B
Chair: Aarron Jason Jake Toal, Durham University

Ideologies Within New Employment Forms: Precariously Employed Youth From The UK And Greece

Gregoris Ioannou

University of Glasgow

Operating in Capitalist and Moral Economies: Freelancers’ Sympathy, Strategic Alliance and Resistance to Prejudice

Yiluyi Zeng

University of Warwick, United Kingdom

JS_RN09_RN17_07: The Gig Economy: Bright and Dark Sides of the Future Labour Market III
Location: BS.4.06B
Chair: Alberto Veira-Ramos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Chair: Bernd Brandl, Durham University

Peer Surveillance In Aesthetic Labour

Laura Vonk

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The

Superconductr: Artistic Interventions in Digital Platform Labour

Matthias Kispert

University of Westminster, United Kingdom

Cultural Ideals of Gigwork in Popular Management Literature

Juhana Venäläinen

University of Eastern Finland, Finland

Embodied Precariat And Digital Control In The ‘Gig Economy’. The Mobile Labour Of Food Delivery Bicycle Couriers

Cosmin Popan

Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom