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CONF: XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, July 13-19 2014, Yokohama, Japan

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  • Ольга Казакевич
    XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, July 13-19 2014, Yokohama, Japan, http://www.isa-sociology.org/congress2014 RC 25 Language & Society Program,
    Message 1 of 1 , May 22, 2013
      XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, July 13-19 2014, Yokohama,
      Japan, http://www.isa-sociology.org/congress2014

      RC 25 Language & Society Program,
      http://www.isa-sociology.org/congress2014/rc/rc.php?n=RC25

      Below is a call for papers for each of 14 sessions organized by RC25.
      Abstracts will be accepted online June3-September 30, 2013. If you
      have questions about any specific session, please feel free to contact
      the session organizer for more information.

      On-line abstracts submission: June 3, 2013 - September 30, 2013 -
      24:00 GMT www.isa-sociology.org/congress2014

      RC 25 Program Co-Organizers: Amado Alarcón, Rovira & Virgili
      University, Spain. Email: amado.alarcon@... and Celine-Marie
      Pascale, American University, United States. Email:
      pascale@...

      Program Theme: The Language of Inequality

      Sessions:

      Migrations and Conditions of Belonging. Organizer & Chair: Erzsébet
      Barát, University of Szeged, Hungary. Email: zsazsa@lit.u-szeged.hu
      Online interaction: The changing meanings of social context.
      Organizer & Chair: Anders Persson, Lund University, Sweden. Email:
      anders.persson@...

      Popular & Sociological Discourses on Inequality. Organizer & Chair:
      Frédéric Moulène. University of Strasbourg, France. Email:
      frederic.moulene@...

      Identity and institutional categorization. Organizer & Chair: Frida
      Petersson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Email:
      frida.petersson@...

      Activism, Media and Justice. Co-organized by Dr. Roberta Villalon,
      Associate Professor, St. John’s University, United States),
      villalor@... and Dr. Natalie Byfield, Associate Professor,
      St. John’s University, United States, byfieldn@.... Chair: Dr.
      Roberta Villalon, Associate Professor, St. John’s University
      Discussant: Dr. Natalie Byfield, Associate Professor, St. John’s
      University.

      Old and new conditions of language endangerment. Organizer & Chair:
      Olga Kazakevich, Research Computing Centre, Lomonosov Moscow State
      University, Russia. Email: kazakevich.olga@... Discussant:
      Svetlana Burkova, Novosibirk State Technical University. Email:
      burkova_s@...

      Producing Counter-Hegemonic Knowledge. Organizer & Chair: Nadezhda
      Georgieva-Stankova, Trakia University, Bulgaria. Email:
      nadyageorgieva@...

      The Language of Borders: Exclusion and Resistance. Organizer & Chair:
      Trinidad Valle, Fordham University, United States. Email:
      valle@...
      Privilege and Stigma. Organizer & Chair: Thomas Horejes, Gallaudet
      University, United States. Email: Thomas.Horejes@...

      Markets, Power and Language. Organizer & Chair: Laura García Landa.
      Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México. Email:
      garlanster@...

      Roundtable Session: Current debates in Japanese Scholarship on
      Language & Society. Co-organized by: Amado Alacón Alarcón, Rovira &
      Virgili University, Spain. Email: amado.alarcon@..., and Keiji
      Fujiyoshi, Koyasan University, Japan. Email: fjosh524@...

      Roundtable Sesion: Sociological Analyses of Language. Organizer and
      Chair: Celine-Marie Pascale, American University, United States.
      Email: pascale@... Discussant: Amado Alarcón, Rovira &
      Virgili Universitat, Spain. Email: amado.alarcon@...

      Language and Work: Representations of Psychosocial Health at Work.
      Joint Session: RC 25 Language and Society (Host) and RC 30 Sociology
      of Work. Co-Organizers: Stéphanie Cassilde, Centre d’Études en Habitat
      Durable, Belgium. Email: stephanie.cassilde@... , Adeline Gilson,
      Laboratoire d’Économie et de Sociologie du Travail, France. Email:
      adeline.gilson@...

      Roundtable Session: Naming Marriage as Gendered. Joint Round table
      session: RC32 Women in Society (Host) and RC25 Language and Society.
      Co-Organizers: Shobha Gurung, Southern Utah University, United States.
      Email: gurung@... , and Melanie Heath, McMaster University,
      Canada. Email: mheath@...
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