Index of Authors and Chairs

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Author(s) Organisation(s) Session
Waddling, Jennifer CharlotteUppsala University, SwedenSocial inequality in primary and secondary education
Waerniers, RachelGhent University, BelgiumEngaging with the migrant question across sectors
Wagener, MartinUCLouvain-CIRTES, BelgiumParenthood and family support
Wagner, AleksandraJagiellonian University, Poland;
Institute of Sociology, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland
Environmental Dilemmas and Paradoxes
Open Session
Social movements and health
Renewable and Non-renewable Energies  Session Chair
Media and Environmental Communication  Session Chair
Wagner, IzabelaUniversity of Warsaw, PolandMethodological Frontiers: Mapping Migration Realities
Wahlen, StefanWageningen UniversityRN05 Business Meeting  Session Chair
Prosumption  Session Chair
Wahlen, StefanWageningen Uversity, Netherlands, TheFinancialisation and its Impacts on Everyday Life I
Digital food
Wahlström, MattiasUniversity of Gothenburg, SwedenPolitical violence and social movements
Micro-foundations of protest  Session Chair
Economic grievances and labor movement  Session Chair
The interaction and structure of social movement organizations  Session Chair
Wahn, I-LiangFeng Chia University, TaiwanEating in different cultures
Wahrendorf, MortenHeinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, GermanyHealth in Old Age
Waites, MatthewUniversity of Glasgow, United KingdomDe-colonizing sexual knowledge
Wakeling, PaulUniversity of York, United KingdomSocial inequality in higher education
Walby, SylviaCity University of London, United KingdomSocial Mobilisations and the Shape of the Future: To the Left, Right, or Nowhere - with Lauren Langman and Sylvia Walby
Waldecker, DavidUniversity of Siegen, GermanyCurrent Research in Risk Perception and Representation
Walker, Catherine LouiseUniversity of Manchester, United KingdomSustainability and Environmental Conflicts
Urban Futures: Resisting marginality  Session Chair
Urban Futures: Visions, imaginaries and narratives (2)  Session Chair
Wallinder, YlvaUniversity of Gothenburg, SwedenChanging Context - Shifting Identities?
Wallsten, AnnaThe Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI)Energy, climate change & sustainability
Walsh, Sophie D.Bar-Ilan University, IsraelAdolescents and Obesity in Context: Moving Beyond Individual Choice
Walthery, PierreUniversity of Oxford, United KingdomWork-life Balance and Care for a Better World
Wandelt, AlinaUniversity of Leipzig, Germany;
Universität Leipzig, Germany
Architecture as/of a Profession
Consequences of digitalization on urban life and urban spaces
Wang, Chien-LungTaitung University, TaiwanSociology of Culture: Migration, ethnicity and origin
Particular contexts
Wang, Eureka ShiqiHong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)Experts and Audiences in the Digital Age
Wang, Jenn-HwanNational Chengchi University, TaiwanRenewable and Non-renewable Energies
Wang, SenhuUniversity of Cambridge, United KingdomChanging Work and Labour Relations
Prefiguring Real Life Utopias in Dystopian Times
Wang, ZiyuUniversity of Helsinki, FinlandWork and employment I: Pathways from education
Waniek, KatarzynaUniversity of Lodz, PolandMethods of Analysis of Biographical Data
Biography and Memory  Session Chair
Wanka, AnnaUniversity of Vienna, AustriaGender and the Aging Workforce
Warat, MartaJagiellonian University in Kraków, PolandArt, New Ideas and Cultural Challenges
Warchala, MichalPedagogical University of Cracow, PolandBeyond the Social: Life, Spirituality and Individuality
Ward, MichaelSwansea University, United KingdomMen and Masculinities in a Changing Europe I: Caring Masculinities
Warde, AlanUniversity of ManchesterConspicuous consumption  Session Chair
Conspicuous consumption
Food and taste
Warming, HanneRoskilde University, DenmarkEmotions in Welfare and Care
Warmińska, KatarzynaCracow University of Economics, PolandManaging religious rights in multicultural societies I
Warner, JoUniversity of Kent, United KingdomRisk, Healthcare and Professional Work
Warren, StellaUniversity of West of England, United KingdomWomen's Activism and Leadership for Securing Change
Warsewa, GünterUniversity of Bremen, GermanyLocal elections: Agenda, policies and risks
Watanabe, DaisukeSeikei UniversityActive Ageing and Social Participation in Old Age
Watson, StevenUniversity of Cambridge, United KingdomFinance, Debt, Bubbles, and Critical Theories of Money
Watt, LauraUniversity of Manchester, United Kingdom(De)Constructing precariousness: Theoretical and policy considerations
Weber, SabrinaPforzheim University, GermanyEuropean Social Dialogue
Wechta, PrzemysławAdam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland, PolandEconomic Sociology and Social and Economic Inequality I
Weckwerth, JanUniversity of Göttingen, GermanyChild and youth welfare
Weesie, JeroenUtrecht University, Netherlands, TheGender and education
Weichbold, MartinParis Lodron University Salzburg, AustriaAdressing Older People in Survey Research: Potentials and Limitations
Weicht, BernhardUniversity of Innsbruck, AustriaAgeing in Europe: Agency, Citizenship and the Dynamics of Power - with Clary Krekula and Bernhart Weicht
Weidmann, JeanSchool of Management and Engineering VaudChallenges for Health Care Organisation
Weil, ShalvaHebrew University of Jerusalem, UNISA (University of South Africa)Feminist knowledge and theorizing: Opportunities and Dialogues
Gender Struggles, Places and Bodies  Session Chair
Weinberger, NoraKIT, GermanyScience, technology, innovation & society II
Weingärtner, SimonHelmut Schmidt University Hamburg, GermanyThe Study of Labour and Labour Markets
Weis, ChristinaDe Montfort University, United KingdomHealth Technologies and Biomedicine
Weissmann, MarlieseSociological Resarch Institute (SOFI) Göttingen, GermanyDigitalization in and of the Work and Employment
Welch, DanielUniversity of Manchester, United KingdomImagining Futures
Enacting Futures  Session Chair
Negotiating Futures  Session Chair
Welch, MaryUniversity of Central Lancashire, United KingdomEmployment Relations and Labour Market Network Perspectives
Welz, FrankUniversity of Innsbruck, AustriaStructure and Action; Lifeworld and Systems
Refigurations, Reflexivity and Rebellion  Session Chair
Wennerhag, MagnusSödertörn University, SwedenDigital activism and social media
Wenninger, AndreasTechnische Universität München, GermanyScience and the public II
Werner, AndreasGerman Police University, GermanyDisaster Management Policy
Wernesjö, UlrikaLinköping University, SwedenThe Long Summer of Migration and Its Aftermath
Wernli, BorisFORS (Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences), University of Lausanne, SwitzerlandEconomic Sociology and Social and Economic Inequality II
Work-family balance and work-family conflicts I
Discussing old and new religious topics II
Wertheim-Heck, SigridAeres University of Applied Sciences, Almere, The Netherlands;
Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands
Sustainable food
Werynski, PiotrSilesian University of Technology, PolandEmotions in National and European Politics
Westerback, FridaUniversity of HelsinkiWork and employment III: Guidance and intergration
Wettergren, ÅsaUniversity of Gothenburg, SwedenEmotions and the Law
Emotions and the Law
Transnational Emotions and Migration Experiences  Session Chair
Wetzelhütter, DanielaUniversity of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, AustriaCurrent challenges of survey research
Whelan, GayleLiverpool John Moores University, United KingdomFormal and informal care I: Care Recipients - situations
Whewall, SamUniversity of Bath, United KingdomInternationalisation
Whillans, JenniferUniversity of BristolFood and taste
White, LaurenUniversity of Sheffield, United KingdomChronic Illness Embodiment
Whiteman, Natasha EwaUniversity of Leicester, United KingdomMeasuring, Automation, Diagrams, Podcasts: Extending Qualitative Data Analysis
Qualitative Research in the Field of Sport and Embodiment
Whitley, Richard DrummondUniversity of Manchester, United KingdomSociological concepts for comparative science and technology studies
Whitton, JohnUniversity of Central Lancashire, United KingdomUrban Futures: Visions, imaginaries and narratives (2)
Sociology and Climate Change
Wide, ElisabethUniversity of Helsinki, FinlandEmotion Management in Intercultural Contexts
Care Practicies, Emotions and Markets.
Widmer, Eric D.University of Geneva, Switzerland;
University of Lausane, FORS & NCCR LIVES, Switzerland
Spatial Mobilities in the Life Course and Mobility Biographies
Family forms and their change in historical time or across the life-course I
Family forms and their change in historical time or across the life-course II  Session Chair
Wieczorek, Anna X.Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, GermanyMigration, Integration, and the Role of Language
Wieringa, SietseUniversity of Oxford , United KingdomHealth Care Organisations and Policy
Wiertz, DingemanUniversity College LondonIdentities, values and religious attitudes I
Citizenship and Civil society (II)
Wieser, BernhardTU Graz, AustriaHealth, bio-medicine & social context
Science and the public I  Session Chair
Science and the public II  Session Chair
Energy, climate change & sustainability  Session Chair
Wieviorka, MichelEHESS, FMSH, FrancePlenary 1 - Opening
Wigger, AngelaDepartement of Political Sciences, Radboud University, The Netherlands;
Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Comparing Capitalisms: Industrial Policy, Progressive Protectionism, Fiscal Stability to Overcome Asymmetries?
RN06 Business Meeting  Session Chair
Boundaries, Barriers and Belonging in Digital Labour Capitalism - with Phoebe Moore and Jamie Woodcock  Session Chair
Reclaiming the Left in Dystopian Times  Session Chair
The Political Economy of Neoliberal Transformations  Session Chair
Wigger, IrisLoughborough University, United KingdomAnti-Muslim Resentment and Racism
Wiksell, KristinKarlstad University, SwedenOn the Materiality of Ecological Challenges
Wilczewska, Ina TeresaUniversity of Vienna, AustriaIdentities, values and religious attitudes I
Wilczyńska, BognaJagiellonian University, PolandIdentities in sports
Wilke, FelixGerman Statutory Pension, GermanyNon- takeup of benefits or services
Attitudes to and perceptions of welfare  Session Chair
Wilkinson, Harsha NishadiIndependent researcher, United KingdomEducation and migration (1)
Willekens, MartGhent University, BelgiumCollaborative consumption
Willems, BarbaraGhent University, BelgiumHealth Care Organisations and Policy
Willems, HelmutUniversity of Luxembourg, LuxembourgAdolescents and Obesity in Context: Moving Beyond Individual Choice
Williams, OliKing's College London, United KingdomCo-creation/production/design in health and healthcare: Cutting-edge approach or smart branding?
Co-creation/production/design in health and healthcare: Cutting-edge approach or smart branding?  Session Chair
Williams, RosUniversity of Sheffield, United KingdomDonation and Death
Williamson, John B.Boston College, United States of AmericaDonation and Death
Places and local communities
Willis, PaulUniversity of Bristol, United KingdomLoneliness in Old Age
Wilska, Terhi-AnnaUniversity of Jyväskylä, FinlandSustainable consumption and consumer behaviour
Conspicuous consumption
RN05 Business Meeting  Session Chair
Gender and consumption  Session Chair
Consumption, media and the digital  Session Chair
Wilson, KerryLiverpool John Moores University, United KingdomFormal and informal care I: Care Recipients - situations
Wilson, RobNorthumbria University, United KingdomCo-creation/production/design in health and healthcare: Cutting-edge approach or smart branding?
Wiltshire, GarethUniversity of Bath, United KingdomAdolescents and Obesity in Context: Moving Beyond Individual Choice
Windscheid, JulianTechnische Universität Ilmenau, GermanyMedia Transposition I: Visual Recording and Visual Data
Wingerter, LuisaJohannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, GermanyStratification 1
Winiarska, AleksandraUniversity of Warsaw, PolandConcepts of Belonging in Migration Contexts
Winkelmann, MarkusKIT, GermanyScience, technology, innovation & society II
Winkler, AnnaUniversity of Salzburg, AustriaMigration in Public Perception and Discourse
Winogrodzka, Dominika MariaSWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, PolandMigration and the Implications for the World of Work, Employment and Industrial Relations
Witkowski, MaciejWSB University, PolandReligious values in a globalized world
Wittock, NathanDepartment of Sociology, Ghent University, BelgiumHealth, bio-medicine & social context
Wittstock, FelixHelmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig, GermanySociology and Climate Change
Social Theory and the Environment  Session Chair
Wodak, RuthLancaster University, AustriaWhat Boundaries Are (Not) Needed For: Conceptualising Boundaries Beyond the Metaphor - with Ruth Wodak and Elijah Anderson
Wojnicka, KatarzynaUniversity of Gothenburg, Sweden;
German Center for Integration and Migration Research (DeZIM)
Gender, Migration and Care
Men and Masculinities in a Changing Europe III: Constructing masculinities today  Session Chair
Men and Masculinities in a Changing Europe II: Antifeminism and toxic masculinity  Session Chair
Men and Masculinities in a Changing Europe I: Caring Masculinities  Session Chair
Wolf, FriedrichGoethe University Frankfurt, GermanyAdressing Older People in Survey Research: Potentials and Limitations
Wolffram, AndreaRWTH Aachen University, GermanyGender in/equality in science and technology
Woodcock, JamieUniversity of Oxford, United KingdomWork, Labour and the Politics of Video Game Making and Playing
Boundaries, Barriers and Belonging in Digital Labour Capitalism - with Phoebe Moore and Jamie Woodcock
Wooden, MarkUniversity of Melbourne, AustraliaWork-family balance and work-family conflicts I
Introducing (Under-Utilised) Surveys for European Family Research
Woodhead, MattLUNG Theatre CompanyDiscussing old and new religious topics II
Woodiwiss, JoUniversity of Huddersfield, United KingdomSpaces of sexuality
Mapping and understanding sexual attitudes  Session Chair
Woodman, SophiaUniversity of Edinburgh, United KingdomPolitics and identity in celebration
Woodward, Alison E.Institute for European Studies, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, BelgiumEU Institutions and Populism
Social Politics  Session Chair
Citizenship and Civil society (III)  Session Chair
Woodward, AmandaMichigan State University, USACulture, Values and Images in the Field of Ageing II
Woodward, IanUniversity of Southern Denmark, DenmarkCosmopolitan Experiences
Gender and consumption
Worek, BarbaraJagiellonian University, PolandLife-long learning
Worth, OwenUniversity of Limerick, IrelandReclaiming the Left in Dystopian Times
Prefiguring Real Life Utopias in Dystopian Times  Session Chair
Wrede, SirpaUniversity of Helsinki, FinlandAutonomy despite Hybridization?
Culture, Values and Images in the Field of Ageing I
Changing Context - Shifting Identities?  Session Chair
Wright, Hazel RosemaryAnglia Ruskin University, United KingdomMethods of Analysis of Biographical Data
Wright, Laura Helen VirginiaUniversity of Edinburgh;
International Institute for Child Rights and Development
Borders and Theory in Childhood Studies I
Wright, TessaQueen Mary University of London, United KingdomOpportunity Structures
Women's Activism and Leadership for Securing Change  Session Chair
Wròblewski, MichałNicolaus Copernicus UniversityUrban Natures
Wróblewski, MichałNicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, PolandEnvironmental Risks and Conflicts
Wunderlich, PhilippFreie Universität Berlin, GermanyPopulism Symposium
Wyss, AnnaUniversité de Neuchâtel, SwitzerlandThe Local Production of Borders
Wästerfors, DavidLund University, SwedenSituatedness and Data Collection I: The Power of Situations and Going Along
Wójtewicz, AnnaNicolas Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland, PolandIntergenerational relationships and kinship networks II