Category: Call for Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS: 2020 Philippine Sociological Society National Conference Online

CALL FOR PAPERS: 2020 Philippine Sociological Society National Conference Online

The 2020 Philippine Sociological Society National Conference will be held online on 2-9 October 2020. This year’s theme: Transitions, Transformations, Transgressions. The current COVID-19 pandemic brought various ramifications to our collective lives. Around the world, states are figuring the best ways to address not only its damning effects to public Continue reading.

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GELIA T. CASTILLO RESEARCH IN COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENTS (RICE) GRANT

GELIA T. CASTILLO  RESEARCH IN COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENTS (RICE) GRANT

Research Grant | Community Engagement Grant   RICE Study. This is a one-time research grant to support any student, faculty and/or practitioner whose study focuses on matters and issues directly aligned to RICE in the amount of Php 20,000.00.   RICE Project. This is a one-time funding to support any Continue reading.

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Call for Papers: ISA World Forum Sociology of Youth

Call for Papers: ISA World Forum Sociology of Youth

The International Sociological Association's Research Committee on the Sociology of Youth is accepting paper proposals on themes including Muslim youth and contemporary challenges, creating safety for youth in a gendered world, and the role of youth work in neoliberal societies. Continue reading.

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Call for Papers: Global Sociology and Struggles for a Better World

Call for Papers: Global Sociology and Struggles for a Better World

The Third International Sociological Association Forum will be convened in Vienna, Austria, 10-14 July 2016 on the theme “The Futures We Want: Global Sociology and the Struggles for a Better World.” Continue reading.

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Call for Papers: Neoliberalism and Contemporary Challenges for the Asia-Pacific

Call for Papers: Neoliberalism and Contemporary Challenges for the Asia-Pacific

The Cairns Institute and the College of Arts, Society & Education at James Cook University are delighted to host the 2015 TASA Conference: Neoliberalism and contemporary challenges for the Asia-Pacific. Continue reading.

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