IV ISA Forum of SOCIOLOGY, July 14‐18, 2020

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Challenges of the 21st Century:
Democracy, Environment, Inequalities, Intersectionality

RC 46 CLINICAL SOCIOLOGY AT ISA FORUM, PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL JULY 2020

The registration deadline for participants of the ISA Forum of Sociology is March 19th 2020 24:00 GMT. Participants who fail to pay a registration fee by the registration deadline will be automatically deleted from the program. No extension of the deadline is possible. After this date the programme will be revised to ensure that the sessions are balanced.

In order for a co-authored paper to appear in the program, at least one co-author must pay the registration fee by the deadline 19 March 2020; the names of other co-authors will be listed as well. If other co-authors wish to attend the conference they must pay the registration fee.

The ISA is monitoring the updates from the World Health Organization concerning the health risks associated with coronavirus and will act accordingly for the ISA Forum in July 2020. At present, we are proceeding as planned. ISA Forum will reimburse registration fees to those unable to attend because of mandated travel restrictions.

Important Note about ISA and RC46 Membership
Processing an ISA membership or renewal requires 2 to 3 business days. Updated membership status will not appear in the Confex registration system until processing is complete. Your membership status MUST be resolved prior to paying registration fees as no refunds will be given.
Please note that conference Registration is not the same as ISA Membership, they are two separate payments.

RC46 requires that all presenters in our programme at the Forum should be members of both the ISA and RC46 to be included in our programme. If you are presenting a co-authored paper, at least one author should be a member of both ISA and RC46.

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For general, accommodation, and visa information, please visit https://www.isa-sociology.org/en/conferences/forum/porto-alegre-2020 

RC46 Preliminary Programme

Tuesday, 14 July 2020
Location: Building 50, 210

14:15 – 15:45: Session 1: Environmental Justice in Applied and Clinical Settings

Location: Building 50, 210
Chair: Mariam Seedat-Khan, UKZN, South Africa

Nhlalo TSHUMA (Lupane State University) Environmental Governance and the Invasive Water Hyacinth Weed: A Case Study of Lake Chivero in Harare, Zimbabwe.
Sharon EVERHARDT (Troy University) Combating Food Injustice inside a U.S. Prison: Preliminary Findings from a Prison Garden Project
Jan Marie Fritz (University of Cincinnati, USA and UJ, South Africa Environmental Injustice: Incarceration in the United States

Wednesday, 15 July 2020
Location: Building 50, 210

09:00 – 10:30: Session 2: The History and Development of Clinical Sociology around the World

Location: Building 50, 210
Chair: Jan Marie Fritz, University of Cincinnati, USA and UJ, South Africa

Ana Maria ARAUJO FELICE (Universidad de la Repúblic Facultad de psicología) Desarrollo Epistemológico y Metodológico De La Sociología Clínica En El Sur: Uruguay
Jacques RHEAUME (Département de communication sociale et publique Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada) Clinical Sociology in North-America, the Quebec Experience. La Sociologie Clinique En Amérique Du Nord, l’Expérience Québécoise
Tina Uys (UJ, South Africa) The Emergence of Clinical Sociology in South Africa

10:45 – 12:15: Session 3: Certification: Validating the Work of Clinical Sociologists

Location: Building 50, 210
Chair: Sharon Everhardt, Troy University, USA

Tina Uys (UJ, South Africa) Certification: Process and Benefits
Mariam Seedat-Khan (UKZN, South Africa) Certification: Thoughts from a Newly Certified Practitioner
Melodye Lehnerer (C.S.P. College of Southern Nevada, USA) Certification: A Crucial Component in the International Discussion of Professionalism

14:15 – 15:45: Session 4: Certification demonstration

Location: Building 50, 210
Chair: Melodye Lehnerer, C.S.P. College of Southern Nevada, Department of Human Behaviour, USA

Sharon Everhardt (Troy University, USA)

16:00 – 17:30: Session 5: BUSINESS MEETING

Location: Building 50, 210
This session will highlight the programs and activities of RC 46 officers/members in different regions of the world, including ways forward to the ISA World Congress 2022 in Melbourne, Australia.

Thursday, 16 July 2020
Location: Building 50, 210

09:00 – 10:30: Session 6: Dispositifs De Recherche ET Intervention EN Sociologie Clinique: Alternatives D’action Dans Le Contexte De Travail Brésilien
Location: Building 50, 210
Chair: Isabelle Ruelland, Université de Montréal, Canada

Carolina LIMA (Universidade de Brasília)
Tauvana YUNG (Universidade de Brasília)
Angelo MIRANDA (Universidade de Brasília) Expectations and Challenges of Professional Insertion in the Social Science Labor Market
Juliana BONARDI (CENTRO UNIVERSITÁRIO DAS FACULDADES INTEGRADAS DE OURINHOS, Brazil) Impacts of the Logic of the Financial Economy to the Psychic Suffering Related to the Brazilian Work Context
Matheus VIANA BRAZ (São Paulo State University, Brazil) Groupes D’implication Et De Recherche En Sociologie Clinique : Faire Face a La Psychologisation Des Contradictions Sociales Dans Le Contexte Du Travail Bresilien
Lorenzo CATTANI (University of Bologna, Italy) Labour Market Policies in Light of Female Employment and Political Mobilization: A New Framework

10:45 – 12:15: Session 7: Care Policies and Gender Equality
Location: Building 41, Auditorium C
Chair: Bila Sorj, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Sebastián PIZARRO ERAZO (LISE, France) Définir Et Évaluer Le Régime De Cuidados Français
Emanuele FERRAGINA (Sciences Po Paris, France) The Political Economy of Family Policy Expansion. Fostering Neoliberal Capitalist or Promoting Gender Equality Supporting Social Reproduction?
Brigitte AULENBACHER (Johannes Kepler University, Austria); Fabienne DECIEUX (Johannes Kepler University, Austria) Social Investment, Child- and Elderly Care – a Polanyian Analysis of the Austrian Care Regime in Times of Marketization and Social Inequalities
Gabriela MARZONETTO (Centro Interdisciplinario para el Estudio de Políticas Públicas, Argentina) ; Virginia ALONSO (ITP-UNCuyo, Argentina) Social Organization of Childcare in the Southern Cone: The Intersection between Public Provision of Childcare Services and Gender and Class Inequalities
Jasmin JOECKS (Universität Tübingen, Germany); Anna KUROWSKA (University of Warsaw, Poland) Informal Childcare Vs. Formal Childcare and Its Impact on Maternal Employment in Germany and Poland

14:15 – 15:45: Session 8: Analyzing and Addressing Problems at Work and at Home: Motherhood and Careers; Harassment and Violence at Work; Domestic Relations and Management Issues

Location: Building 50, 210
Chair: Jacques Rhéaume, Université de Montréal, Canada

Pedro ISAAC (Instituto Federal de Brasília, Brazil) La Solitude De La Connexion: Les Enjeux Et Significations Du Travail Ubérisé
Paola STUKER (UFRGS, Brazil)
Letícia SCHABBACH (UFRGS, Brazil) Controversies about Female Focus and Conditionalities of the Bolsa Família Program in Brazil: Domestic Gender Relations, Motherhood and Violence
Patricia GUERRERO MORALES (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Ana HORMAZABAL (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Valentina URRUTIA (Pontificia Universidad Católica) Análisis Del Rol En La Organización De Directores De Escuelas Públicas Chilenas: Una Apuesta Para Salir Del Management
Juliana BONARDI (Centro Universitário das Faculdades Integradas de Ourinhos and CENTRO UNIVERSITÁRIO DAS FACULDADES INTEGRADAS DE OURINHOS, Brazil) MORAL Harassment Against Women at Work in Brazilian Organizations: Socio-Organizational Assumptions to Interventions in Clinical Sociology
Olga Sanmiguel-Valderrama (Associate Professor in Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, University of Cincinnati, USA) and Suzette Mitchel (PhD in Gender Studies, Australian National University) Where did I go? Reflections on Late Mothering
Kezia Batisai (University of Johannesburg, South Africa) Care Policy Reform: The Perceived and Real Impact on Career-Oriented Women

16:00 – 17:30: Session 9: Histoires De Vie Collectives Et Action Communautaire. Collective Life Histories and Community Action

Location: Building 50, 210
Chair: Jacques Rheaume, Département de communication sociale et publique Université du Québec à Montréal Canada

Miriam Boeri (Bentley University, USA) Applied Ethnographic Research: Overcoming Challenges of Grounding Solutions to the Everyday Reality of Individuals and Communities
Yuval ACHOUCH (Western Galilee College, Acre, Israel) Le Renouveau D’un Kibboutz Privatise En Israel
Santiago FERREIRA (Universidad de la República- Facultad de Psicologìa, Argentina) Historia De Vida y Trabajadores De Call Center: Co-Construcción De Saberes Junto a Los Trabajadores
Maria Aparecida PENSO (Universidade Católica de Brasília)
Juliana SILVA (Universidade Católica de Brasília)
Ana Cristina OLIVEIRA (Universidade Católica de Brasília) Ancien Détenus Du Système Pénitentiaire Du District Fédéral/Brésil: Des Histoires Qui Comptent
Admardo GOMES JR (Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais)
Raquel BARRETO (Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais)
Raylene Raíssa Frade SANTOS (Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais)
Lívia Pereira ARAÚJO (Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais)
Valéria Cristina de Souza GOMES (Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais)
Luana Auxiliadora Lima VIANA (Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais)
Helen Monteiro ARAÚJO (Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais) Uatú Became “Ill”: Impacts of Socioenvironmental Crime in Mariana on the Life and Spirituality of the Krenak Indigenous
Bentina MATHIAS (Nnamdi Azikiwe University) Modern Day Slavery: A Case of the Girl Child in Nigeria

Friday, 17 July 2020
Location: Building 50, 210

09:00 – 10:30 : Session 10: Théories Et Pratiques De Groupes En Amérique Latine : Quelles Contributions à La Réduction Des Inégalités Sociale De Pouvoir Dans Les Sociétés Du Nord?

Location: Building 50, 210
Chair: Isabelle Ruelland, Université de Montréal, Canada

Patricia GUERRERO MORALES (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Valentina URRUTIA (Pontificia Universidad Católica)
Ana HORMAZABAL (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) Desde El Sentido Del Trabajo, a La Agencia y La Capacidad De Actuar
Paulo BAREICHA (University of Brasilia)
Christiane NUNES (University of Brasilia)
Valdeci SOUZA (UDESC) Sociologie Clinique Et Théatre: Contradictions Et Retombées De La Piéce De Théatre Macunaïma.
Carolina LUIZ (Interfaces Group- Collective Health and Mental Health- UNICAMP)
Alice ANDRADE SILVA (Unicamp)
Rosana ONOCKO CAMPOS (UNICAMP)
Giovana PELLATTI (UNICAMP)
Pablo CASTANHO (USP)
Erotildes LEAL (UNICAMP, Brazil) Implementation of a Psychosocial Outpatient Clinic for People Exposed to Violence in a University Hospital
Maria Ines CONCEIÇÃO (University of Brasilia)
Ana Luísa MOREIRA (University of Brasilia) Mapa Corporal e Historia De Vida De Personas Que Viven En Las Calles: Caminos Hacia La Autonomía
Paulo BAREICHA (University of Brasilia)
Christiane NUNES (University of Brasilia) Implication Et Lien Dans La Recherche-Action Avec Des Groupes Socio-Éducatifs

10:45 – 12:15: Session 11: Policies and Actors in Care Settings

Location: Building 50, 210
Chair: Suava ZBIERSKI-SALAMEH (Haverford Institute) USA

Desiree MANICOM (UKZN, South Africa) Gendered Discourse and Practice in South African White Paper on Social Welfare , Social Assistance Act 59 of 1992 and the Child Support Grant Programme
Nomkhosi XULU-GAMA (University of Cape Town, South Africa)
Aisha LORGAT (Chris Hani Institute, South Africa) Volunteerism As Band-Aid for Lack of Work: The Experiences of Community Health Care Workers in Gauteng
Neeru GUPTA (University of New Brunswick, Canada)
René LAVALLÉE (Government of New Brunswick)
Holly AYLES (University of New Brunswick) Potentially Unintended Consequences of Performance Pay Policies on Gender Equity in Patient-Oriented Outcomes and Work Life of Care Providers: A Systematic Review of the Literature
Gloria IMHONOPI (Federal Medical Centre, Nigeria) National Health Insurance Scheme and Gender Mainstreaming in Nigeria: Towards the Fulfillment of Sdgs 3, 5 and 10
Thamires LUZ (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil) Every Prisioner’s Wife Is Paying for His Prison.
Ndapunikwa N.L. HAMUNYELA
Innocent MAPOSA
Jan SWARTZ (Namibia) Determinants of Risk Factors Associated with UNDER-FIVE Mortality in Namibia: An Analysis of the 2013 Namibia Demographic and Health Survey DATA

14:15 – 15:45: Session 12: Lecturing Diversity – Lessons from the Classroom

Location: Building 41, Auditorium E
Chair: Charles Puttergill, University of Pretoria, South Africa

Yuval ACHOUCH (Western Galilee College, Israel); Gabriel FREUND (Acre Educators’ Urban Kibbutz, Israel) Sharing Life Against the Zeitgeist in Israel
Aradhana MANSINGH (UKZN, South Africa) What Makes South African Higher Education Different? a Review of the Changes in Higher Education and the Impact on Gender
Sepetla MOLAPO (University of Pretoria, South Africa) Classroom Diversity As Dialogue
Mariam SEEDAT-KHAN, Belinda JOHNSON; Moya BYDAWELL (UKZN, South Africa) Learning to Acquire Knowledge in Large Classes
Vangile BINGMA (University of Pretoria, South Africa) Lecturing Large and Diverse Classes at a South African University: Teaching Practices and Institutional Knowledge

16:00 – 17:30: Session 13: Organisational Interventions during the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
Location: Building 50, 210
Chair: Tina Uys, Sociology, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

Anthony Kaziboni (UJ, South Africa) Anthropogenic Water Scarcity in South Africa – Causes and Solutions
Lesego PLANK (University of Johannesburg, South Africa) The Insights of Single Black Middle Class Women from Soweto on Not Dating Undesirable Unemployed Men in the 4IR Society.
David du Toit (UJ, South Africa) At Your Service Madam: A Sociological Investigation into the Rise of the Gig-Economy and the Need for on-Demand Domestic Service in South Africa
Tapiwa Chagonda (UJ, South Africa) Civil Society Interventions: The Role of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in Resolving Southern Africa’s Challenges
Kiriana DUBE (University of Johannesburg, South Africa) NGO Programming in Zimbabwe: Assessing the Role of NGOs in the Democratization Processes
Shaheeda ESSACK, (DoHET, South Africa) Breaking the Cycle of Poverty: The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in Reducing Inequalities in the Rural Eastern Cape in South Africa

Saturday, 18 July 2020
Location: Building 50, 210

09:00 – 10:30 : Session 14: Jeunes Et Santé Mentale, Interventions Institutionnelles Et Communautaires : Perspective Critique. Mental Health and Youth, Community and Institutional Practices: A Critical View

Location: Building 50, 210
Chair: Ana Maria Araujo Felice, Universidad de la Repúblic, Uruguay

Ana PITTA (Associação Brasileira de Saúde Mental – ABRASME and Universidade Católica do Salvador) Genocidio y Desesperanza Para Los Jóvenes Pobres Del Centro Histórico De Salvador, Bahía, Brasil: Los “Capitães Da Areia”
Alice ANDRADE SILVA (Unicamp)
Rosana Onocko CAMPOS (UNICAMP)
Carolina LUIZ (Unicamp)
Analice PALOMBINI (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
Giovana PELLATTI (Unicamp)
Erotildes LEAL (UFRJ)
Juliana A. DAINEZI (Unicamp, Brazil) The Participation of Children and Youth in the Process of Implementing a Psychosocial Outpatient Clinic for People Exposed to Violence.
Flavia DE SOUZA (Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz – UESC (Ilhéus-BA, Brazil)) “A Holiday in Soweto”: Community Empowerment at KYP as an invitation to Clinical Sociology
Isabelle RUELLAND (Univeristé de Montréal, Canada)
Maria Lourdes RODRIGUEZ DEL BARRIO (Montreal University, Canada) Les Espaces De Coconstruction De l’Action Publique En Santé Jeunesse Dans Le Territoire Du Nord De Montréal (Canada): Quels Défis Pour Le Dialogue Entre Les Jeunes, Les Intervenant.e.s Et Les Gestionnaires Des Milieux Institutionnels Et Communautaires?
Jacques RHEAUME (Département de communication sociale et publique Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada) Une Entreprise d’Insertion Sociale Par Le Travail Pour Des Jeunes En Difficulté: Boulot Vers, Une Organisation Communautaire
Rendani TSHIFHUMULO (University of Venda, South Africa)
Konanani MATAMBELA Caring for the Mentally Ill Relative, Coping Strategies and Professional Support

10:45 – 12:15: Session 15: Social-Ecological Transitions of Cities and Decreasing Public Spaces

Location: Building 50, 210
Chair: Mariam Seedat-Khan, UKZN, South Africa

Darcie VANDEGRIFT (Twin Cities Metropolitan Council and Drake University, USA) Youth Advice for Nature-Based Public Spaces: Designing Qualitative Collaborative Research in Regional Government to Expand Access to a Metropolitan Parks and Trails System
Suava ZBIERSKI-SALAMEH (Haverford Institute)
Marek NOWAK (University of Poznan, Poland) Socio-Ecological Consequences of Suburbanization in Postsocialist Urban System. Case of Poznan-Lubon, Poland
Saeid YARMOHAMMADI (University of Montréal, Canada) L’injustice Spatiale Et Les Inégalités Dans L’espace Public à Montréal

14:15 – 15:45: Session 15: Migrants/Refugees: Issues of Care, Integration and Belonging

Location: Building 50, 210
Chair: Johanna Zulueta, Soka University, Tokyo, Japan

S. Urvashi and H. Pathak (India) The Politics of Belonging and Security in India
Gloria IMHONOPI (Federal Medical Centre, Nigeria) Health Crises and Internally Displaced Persons in Nigeria: Democratising Healthcare in Africa’s Largest Country
Linda WEBER (SUNY Polytechnic Institute –Utica, USA) Karen Refugees’ Physician-Based Trust and Perceptions of the Quality of Care in an Inner City Clinic: Clinical Sociological Implications for Health Care Practice within an Immigrant Community.
Chiho OGAYA (Ferris University, Japan) From Re-Integration to Re-Orientation: Experiences of Filipino Women Returnee from Japan through Two Decades of Reintegration Program of NGO
Yvonne VISSING (Salem State University, USA) Crisis for Children at the US-Mexico Border
Laura VAN RAEMDONCK (University of Antwerp, Belgium)
Sara WILLEMS (University of Gent) Psychotherapy and Psycho-Educational Group Work to Unaccompanied Young Adult Refugees in an Institutionalised Communal Living Project: Recommendations Towards Culturally Sensitive Mental Health Services in Belgium

16:00 – 17:30: Session 16: Building Community: Religious Organisations and Clinical Practice

Location: Building 50, 210

Chair: Natalia Erokhova, RUDN University (Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia), Russia
Co-Chair: Margarita Kalashnikova, St. Tikhon’s Orthodox Humanitarian University, Russia

Ryoichi HORIGUCHI (Kindaï Université, Japan) L’Histoire Vécue Et La Vie Retrouvée Des Lépreux : Une Pratique De l’Église Dans Un Sanatorium Pour Lépreux
Roman LUNKIN (Institute of Europe Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia) Social Work in Religious Sphere As a Civil Instrument of Democratization
Igor RYAZANTSEV (St. Tikhon’s Orthodox Humanitarian University)
Маria LARINA (St. Tikhon’s Orthodox Humanitarian University, Russia) Areas of Work with Disabled People in Christian Orthodox Organizations
Fouzia HANI (University of Mohamed 5, Morocco) The Dialectic of Freedom of Religious Practice of Youth People in Morocco : Between Political Coercion and Cultural and Religious Pluralism

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CALL for ABSTRACTS

Only 2 months are left to submit abstracts to sessions organized by the Research Committee 46. Don’t miss the deadline, submit an abstract online before September 30, 2019, 24:00 GMT. You are invited to submit abstracts on-line via the Confex platform from 25 April. Abstracts must be submitted in English, French or Spanish. Only abstracts submitted on-line will be considered in the selection process. Remember that each presenter is limited to two papers. All presenters and session organisers are expected to be or become members of RC46. Use the following link to submit abstracts https://isaconf.confex.com/isaconf/forum2020/cfp.cgi. You then click on BEGIN A SUBMISSION and select RC46 for our sessions. Or you can click on the following link that will take you directly to the RC46 session: https://isaconf.confex.com/isaconf/forum2020/webprogrampreliminary/Symposium612.html

RC46 Porto Alegre ISA Forum Sessions

  Title Organiser(s)
1 Environmental Justice in Applied and Clinical Settings Sharon Everhardt
2 The History and Development of Clinical Sociology Around the World Jan Marie Fritz
3 Dispositifs De Recherche ET Intervention EN Sociologie Clinique: Alternatives D’action Dans Le Contexte De Travail Brésilien Matheus Viana Braz
4 The Return Home: Addressing Migrant Re-Integration Johanna Zulueta
5 Care Policies and Gender Equality Bila Sorj, Karina Batthyany
6 Violence Néolibérale, Normalité Souffrante Et Folie Du Travail Thomas Périlleux
7 Histoires De Vie Collectives Et Action Communautaire. Collective Life Histories and Community Action. Jacques Rheaume
8 Théories Et Pratiques De Groupes En Amérique Latine : Quelles Contributions à La Réduction Des Inégalités Sociale De Pouvoir Dans Les Sociétés Du Nord ? Isabelle Ruelland
9 Jeunes Et Santé Mentale, Interventions Institutionnelles Et Communautaires : Perspective Critique. Mental Health and Youth, Community and Institutional Practices: A Critical View. Danielle Desmarais, Maria Lourdes Rodriguez del Barrio
10 Organisational Interventions during the Fourth Industrial Revolution? Tina Uys
11 Social-Ecological Transitions of Cities and Decreasing Public Spaces Suava Zbierski-Salameh, Mariam Seedat-Khan
12 Children at the Border: Refugee, Unaccompanied and Immigrant Children and Youth Yvonne Vissing
13 Identifying and Creating/Designing Democratization Spaces By NGOs, Local Government and Civic Groups Suava Zbierski-Salameh
14 Building Community: Religious Organisations and Clinical Practice Margarita Kalashnikova, Natalia Erokhova, Charles Puttergill
Joint session hosted by RC42
15 Lecturing Diversity – Lessons from the Classroom Charles Puttergill
Invited sessions (abstracts cannot be submitted to these sessions)
16 RC46 Business Meeting: Open to all RC46 members & people interested in becoming members to discuss RC46 matters Emma Porio
17 Certification: Validating the Work of Clinical Sociologists Melodye Lehnerer

 

The AACS conference: “The Profession of Sociological Practice.”

The Profession of Sociological Practice

October 17-19, 2019

Portland, Oregon

RC46 will meet in 2019 with the annual meeting of the Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology.  The meeting will be held on October 17-19 just outside of Portland, Oregon (USA). The AACS conference theme is “The Profession of Sociological Practice.”

 AACS pre-conference professional development workshops are available on Thursday afternoon for a modest additional charge for non-members.  Registration includes welcome and closing receptions, complimentary breakfasts by Embassy Suites with stay, keynote and presidential luncheons, and refreshments.

You can register for the conference here. RC46 members can register at the AACS membership rate. There is a special registration rate for members in category B and C countries. For more information, please visit AACS at https://www.aacsnet.net/, and explore the Conferences tab.

The 2019 meeting of RC46 and AACS will be held at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland Washington Square; 9000 SW Washington Square Road; Tigard, Oregon, 97223, USA

Tel (503) 644-4000.  Tigard (the name of the community) is just outside of Portland.

September 14th: Deadline for Registration at the Embassy Suites Portland Washington Square for AACS Rate. Make sure to use the AACS group discount code — XAA.

Please plan to be in Portland for the conference from October 17th – 19th. I am including the preliminary general schedule below to facilitate the process of making your travel plans.

Thursday October 17th

8 am – 12 pm: AACS Board Meeting

1pm – 5 pm: Professional Development Workshops

5:30 pm – 7:30 pm – Welcome Reception with Poster Presentations

Friday October 18th / Saturday October 19th

8 – 8:45 am Breakfast*

*Note: – there is a hot buffet breakfast provided by the Embassy Suites hotel. People not staying at the conference hotel will be able to purchase vouchers from the hotel or from a limited AACS supply.

9 – 9:45 am Morning Plenary Speaker

10 – 11:15 am Sessions

*Note: There will be four to six sessions in each of the 8 session periods.

11:30 – 12:45 – Sessions

1 – 2:30 – Lunch and Speaker – Keynote (Friday) / Presidential Address (Saturday)

*Note: The luncheon banquets are included with your conference registration fee.

2:45 – 4 – Sessions

4:15 – 5:30 – Sessions

5:30 – 7:30 – Reception – Student Mixer with Trivia (Friday) / Awards Reception (Saturday)*

* Note: AACS is planning to host a reception with pupus (in Hawai’i where I live, that means finger food/appetizers) on Thursday night (full conference), Friday night (student mixer), and Saturday night (full conference). The receptions are included in your conference registration fee. Conference attendees who are staying at the Embassy Suites will also have access to a reception hosted by the hotel, which includes additional pupus and an open bar. These receptions will be in proximity to each other. The local committee is also working to plan an add-on excursion to a live music venue in downtown Portland on Friday night following the student mixer.

The preliminary conference programme is as follows (RC46 sessions are in bold). :

Education
  • Teaching Sociology – Applied and Otherwise
  • Community Engaged and Action Oriented Education
  • Engaging Students in Applied Sociology Through Activist Community Engagement
  • Teaching and Learning:  Working with Incarcerated Persons as Applied Sociology
  • Inter-disciplinarity: Applying the Sociological Imagination across Multiple Disciplines in a Senior Seminar
  • Education and Success: Intersecting Factors
  • Education and Social Justice
Health and Environment
  • Patient Care: Risks and Issues in Diverse Health Care Settings
  • Veggies Against Barriers – An interactive Workshop on (Community) Gardening as Sociological Practice to Promote Social Change
  • Social Location, Health, and Healthcare
  • A Brief Therapeutic Poetry Writing Intervention for Youth who have Experienced Trauma
  • Brainstorming the Sustainable Development Goals–Yes, We Do Have Concepts That Count!
  • Examining the Health Care Institution
  • Clinical sociology, citizen science and the environment
Organizations
  • Patient Care: Risks and Issues in Diverse Health Care Settings
  • Working with Non Profits: Demonstrations
  • Occupational Change and the Experience of Labor
  • Analysis of Organizational Structure and Culture
  • Sociology and the Experience Economy: Understanding and Improving Customer, Patient, and Employee Experience through Sociological Application
Social Problems/Social Change
  • Transitioning – Projects and Programs:  Working with Incarcerated Persons as Applied Sociology
  • Clinical sociology interventions I
  • Teaching and Learning:  Working with Incarcerated Persons as Applied Sociology
  • Application of Family Studies
  • Addressing Social Problems
  • Policy, Crime, and Gender
  • Evolving Politics in a Social Justice Movement: Lessons from Cannabis Legalization
Theory and Methods
  • Third Annual Jay Weinstein Session on the Use of Theory in Applied and Clinical Sociology
  • Veggies Against Barriers – An interactive Workshop on (Community-) Gardening as Sociological Practice to Promote Social Change
  • Methodology and Knowledge Production: Critical Approaches
  • A Brief Therapeutic Poetry Writing Intervention for Youth who have Experienced Trauma
  • Podcasting and Public Sociology: Alternative Forms of Knowledge
  • Applied Methods for Social Problem Solving: Demonstrations
  • Site Mapping Methodology for practitioners, academics, and students
Professional Practice
  • Yes BA Sociologists Can Find A Job & Here Are The Secrets
  • Publishing Your Book
  • Issues in Applied Sociology
  • Learning from Each Other: Successes, Struggles, & Support Among Students
  • Clinical sociology interventions II
  • Journal of Applied Social Science: A Learning Resource to Make Students Aware of What Professional Sociologists Do
  • WORKSHOP ON LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND ENHANCEMENT

Here is a preview of our six Professional Development Workshops:

  • AACS Keynote Speaker, Dr. Janet Mancini Billson, will conduct a workshop on “Systematic Focus Groups for Academic and Policy Research: An Introduction.”
  • AACS President and CAPCS Chair, Dr. Michael Fleischer, will conduct the “2019 CAPACS Accreditation Review Committee (ARC) and Site Visit Team (SVT) Training Workshop” for new Commissioners who will be joining the CAPACS Board of Directors;
  • AACS President-elect, Dr. Karen Albright, will conduct a workshop on “Grantsmanship for Qualitative and Mixed Methods Proposals”
  • AACS Past President, Dr. Gary David, will conduct a workshop on “Crafting Your Sociological Brand”
  • AACS Board Member, Dr. Miriam Boeri, will conduct a workshop on “Sharing Your Expertise: Media & Op-Ed Training”
  • Dr. Lorella Palazzo will conduct a workshop on “Program Evaluation 101”

 

 

Invitation to participate in South African Sociological Association Congress

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SOUTH AFRICAN SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION ANNUAL CONGRESS 2019

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

WORK, LIFE & SOCIETY: MEANINGS, MANIFESTATIONS AND TRAJECTORIES OF THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION IN AFRICA

 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA, SUNNYSIDE CAMPUS, PRETORIA 15 – 17 JULY 2019

This 26th South African Sociological Association (SASA) Congress seeks to interrogate the meanings, manifestations and trajectories of the 4th Industrial Revolution within the African context and the global South at large. We invite papers that discuss, engage and challenge this revolution. The SASA Congress seeks to provide the space to interrogate its meaning for the continent struggling with continued structural challenges in terms of inequalities, food shortages, gendered power relations, environmental challenges, institutional degradation and systematic governance. These are among the developmental questions still facing the continent and the global South at large. The 4th Industrial Revolution is said to be automation of the highest level that will force the global economies and its workers to rethink their daily routines and general meaning of the work society. However, Sociologists have argued as early as in the1970s about the nature and influence of automation to society, life and work in general. Whether this 4th Indusial Revolution symbolises a ‘radical’ shift from the past or a continuation of the capitalist economic shifts which are simply part of the different forms of production remains to be seen.

THEMES FOR THE CONGRESS INCLUDE

Technological Histories in Africa; Land, Labour and Women; Information Technologies, Social Media, and Citizen Journalism; The Future of Work in Society; Skills and Human Development of the Future; Global Inequalities and the Digital Divide; Children, Family and Genetics; Youth, Politics and Entrepreneurship; Food, Social policy and Governance; Education, Science and Industrial Development; Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Technological Futures; Social Movements and Digital Technologies;Digital Storytelling and Creative Methodologies.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Prof Clapperton Chakanetsa Mavhunga (MIT)

The author of Transient Workspaces: Technologies of Everyday Innovation in Zimbabwe (MIT Press, 2014), which received honourable mentions in the Turku Prize (European Society for Environmental History) and the Herskovits Prize (African Studies Association) in 2015. His second book is an edited volume entitled What Do Science, Technology, and Innovation Mean from Africa? It explores STI in Africa from an archaeological, historical, philosophical, anthropological, STS, engineering, development, and policy-making perspectives.

 ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

All abstracts should be submitted online. See SASA website for more details (http://www.sasaonline.org.za/sasa-2019-conference.html) Online abstract submissions open on 1 February 2019. Abstracts should be no more than 250 words, including full contact details and affiliation of all presenters.

CLINICAL SOCIOLOGY WORKING GROUP CONVENORS

 Prof Tina Uys tuys@uj.ac.za

 Dr Mariam Seedat Khan Seedatm@ukzn.ac.za

 

 

MEMBERS OF THE RC46 EXECUTIVE BOARD/MEMBERS ACTUELS DU BUREAU

OFFICERS/OFFICIERS (2018-2022)

President: Jan Marie FRITZ (USA)

Vice Presidents: 

International Relations: Jacques RHÉAUME (Canada)
Development: Sharon EVERHARDT (USA)
Programs: Tina UYS (South Africa)

Secretary-Treasurer: Weizhen DONG (Canada)

ADDITIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS/ AUTRES MEMBERS DU CONSEIL (2018-2022)

Emma PORIO (Philippines)  [Junior Sociologists – Activities and Outreach]
Mariam SEEDAT KHAN (South Africa)  [Member Profiles and Connections]
Melodye LEHNERER (USA)  [Certification and Careers]
Suava ZBIERSKI-SALAMEH (USA/Poland)  [Regional Representatives]
Natalia EROKHOVA (Russia)  [International Relations – Selected Projects]

PRESIDENTIAL ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS/ MEMBRES DU GROUPE AVISEUR À LA PRESIDÉNCE À (2018-2022)

Vincent DE GAULEJAC (France)
Robert SÉVIGNY, (Canada)

RC46 REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES/REPRÉSENTANTS RÉGIONAUX (2018-2020)

Coordinator:  Suava ZBIERSKI-SALAMEH (USA/Poland)

Nagaraju GUNDEMEDA (India) 
Fernando DE YZAGUIRRE (Columbia)
Melati Puspa WAN (Malaysia)
Isabelle RUELLAND (Canada)
Anastasia RIGAS (Greece)
Anna DOMARADZKA (Poland)
Kathrin BOGNER (Germany)
Gianluca PISCITELLI  (Italy)
Anthony KAZIBONI (South Africa)
Johanna ZULETA (Japan)

RC46 Elections in Toronto

Applications for the RC46 Executive Board

RC46 is now accepting applications for Executive Board members.  Board members’ terms are for four years (2018-2022).  Candidates for the Executive Board MUST:

  1. Have been an active participant in one or more RC46 meetings in the past three years (RC46 meetings in Vienna, Johannesburg, Montréal and /or Toronto).
  2. Be willing to attend all or at least most RC46 meetings in the next four years (2018-22).
  3. Have actively fostered clinical sociology at some point or points in the last three years (e.g., solicited new members, published something clearly identified with clinical sociology, promoted clinical sociology, organized a clinical sociology session, gave a presentation about clinical sociology, developed clinical sociology in a city or country, took on a responsibility for RC46)
  4. Be willing to assume a responsibility (leading or assisting) for RC46 during the next four years (e.g., training, newsletter, website development, archives/special collections, membership recruitment, coordination of regional representatives, program coordination, scholarship development, take charge of the RC46 awards process, translate RC documents).
  5. Be willing to update your membership (when needed in the future) to be a member (in good standing) of both the ISA and RC46 through 2022. (The ISA does not allow an RC to apply for certain ISA opportunities if one or more Executive Board members are not in good standing.)

An application consists of a detailed response to each of the five separate topics listed above.  (Make sure your responses are numbered 1 – 5.)  Please also include a CV/Resume.  The application should to sent to Tina Uys – at tuys@uj.ac.za – and must be received no later than June 15.  (Early career sociologists – if they meet the criteria listed above – are encouraged to apply to be an Executive Board member.  If the criteria aren’t met at this time, consider asking to be a Regional Representative.)

The Nominations Committee will review the applications for the board and determine the number of board members.  Current Nominations Committee members can apply to be on the next Executive Board, but no one can vote on her/his own application as part of the nominations process.

The Nominations Committee will select people to run for the executive board based on the individual criteria (mentioned above) and group criteria specified in the statutes (e.g., the number of candidates from any one country, diversity of board membership, at least one or more of the people on the board should not have been on the board the previous four years).  A person not selected as a candidate for board membership may be asked to consider becoming a regional representative.

Candidate profiles will be sent to RC46 members before the meeting in Toronto and will be available at the RC46 business meeting.  RC46 members attending the business meeting will vote on the candidates for the Executive Board.  The board members (2018-2022) will elect the officers from among their group.

Previous presidents and the current president of this RC have all been asked if they would like to be members of the new Executive Board.  A previous or current president must meet the individual criteria specified for board members.  If a former or current president meets the criteria and would like to be on the board, that person is added to the Executive Board without needing to be elected.   We welcome their continuing involvement and expertise.

Please submit your application for the RC46 Executive Board to be received no later than June 15 to tuys@uj.ac.za.  (If you are nominating someone for board membership, please send me the name of the RC46 member you are proposing.  Please send the name to tuys@uj.ac.za.  If you are nominating someone, please do that as soon as possible to allow the nominee enough time to meet the June 15 deadline for receipt of applications.

Nominations for RC46 Awards for Toronto

Deadline for submissions: 31 May 2018

AWARD NUMBER 1

Lifetime Achievement Award in Clinical Sociology honours colleagues whose research and/or practice has significantly contributed to advances within clinical sociology. This award shall be a means of recognizing exceptional merit. The contribution should extend beyond the specialization in which the candidate has primarily worked and its scope should be widely recognized within the international clinical sociological community. The award will normally be presented to scholars at an advanced stage in their careers, with distinguished records of multiple contributions throughout their careers. At the time of nomination and award, the person must be a member in good standing of the ISA and RC46.

No self-nomination

NOMINATIONS. All RC46 members are invited to make nominations for this award. A nomination should include the candidate’s curriculum vitae, a nomination letter outlining the person’s contributions to clinical sociology, sample publications as well as three letters of support, which attest to the breadth of recognition within the research and practice community of these contributions. The person submitting the nomination should submit all material and letters as a package.

NOMINATION MATERIALS FOR THE LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SHOULD BE SENT AS A PACKAGE TO THE CHAIR AS WELL AS TO THE TWO MEMBERS OF THIS COMMITTEE:

Tina Uys, chair tuys@uj.ac.za
Robert Sévigny, member robert.sevigny@umontreal.ca
Weizhen Dong, member weizhen@uwaterloo.ca

AWARD NUMBER 2

Award for an Outstanding Early Career in Clinical Sociology honours junior scholars (a person finishing her/his PhD or within 8 years – from the deadline for nominations – of receiving the PhD degree) who have shown outstanding commitment to clinical sociology and whose research has contributed in important ways to the advancement of the discipline. The body of work may include theoretical and/or methodological contributions. At the time of nomination and award, the nominee must be a student member or full member in good standing of the ISA and RC46.

No self-nomination

NOMINATIONS. All RC46 members are invited to make nominations for this award. Nominations must include a letter of nomination, a copy of the nominee’s curriculum vitae, relevant writing/publications and letters in support of the nomination. The most compelling applications will have three to five letters from a variety of individuals able to speak to the qualifications in clinical sociology and the impact of the work of the nominee. The person making the nomination should obtain all the material and letters and forward them to the committee, with the nominee’s curriculum vitae, as a package.

NOMINATION MATERIALS FOR THE OUTSTANDING EARLY CAREER AWARD SHOULD BE SENT AS A PACKAGE TO THE CHAIR AS WELL AS TO THE TWO MEMBERS OF THIS COMMITTEE

Emma Porio, chair eporio@ateneo.edu
Vincent de Gaulejac, member, v.gaulejac@wanadoo.fr
Mariam Seedat Khan, member, seedatm@ukzn.ac.za

AWARD NUMBER 3

Distinguished Scholarly Book Award honours a recent book in the field of clinical sociology. The book should have been published within the last four years (from the deadline for nominations). A single author/editor or the lead author/editor must be a member in good standing of the ISA and RC46 at the time of nomination and award.

Self-nomination allowed

NOMINATIONS AND SELF-NOMINATIONS. All RC46 members are invited to make nominations for this award. The nomination or self-nomination file must include a letter of nomination or self-nomination, a copy of the RC46 nominee’s vitae, a copy of the book for each committee member, two letters of support and any relevant additional material (e.g., book review, document citing the importance of the work for a policy decision). A copy of the complete file must be sent to each member of the awards committee including the chair. A single author/editor or the lead author/editor must be a member in good standing of the ISA and RC46 at the time of nomination and award. Only RC46 members are permitted to make nominations.

NOMINATION MATERIALS FOR THE DISTINGUISHED BOOK AWARD SHOULD BE SENT AS A PACKAGE (the book also may be sent separately) TO THE CHAIR AS WELL AS TO THE TWO MEMBERS OF THIS COMMITTEE:

PLEASE CONTACT THE CHAIR FOR THE ADDRESS WHERE A COPY OF THE BOOK SHOULD BE SENT TO
Jacques Rhéaume, Chair, rheaume.jacques@uqam.ca
Rosemary Barberet, Member, rbarberet@jjay.cuny.edu
Jan Marie Fritz, Member, jan.fritz@uc.edu

AWARD NUMBER 4

Award for Outstanding Scholarship honours recent contributions – in the form of a journal article, book chapter or research report – to the field of clinical sociology. The publication or report should have been issued within the last four years (from the deadline for nominations).

Self-nomination allowed

NOMINATIONS AND SELF-NOMINATIONS. All RC46 members are invited to make nominations for this award. – including a letter of nomination or self-nomination, the curriculum vitae of the RC46 member being nominated, the publication or report and two letters of support – must be electronically submitted as a package to the chair of the awards committee. A single author or the lead co-author must be a member of the ISA and RC46 at the time of nomination and award. Only RC46 members are permitted to make nominations.

NOMINATION MATERIALS FOR THE OUTSTANDING SCHOLARSHIP AWARD SHOULD BE SENT AS A PACKAGE TO THE CHAIR AS WELL
AS TO THE TWO MEMBERS OF THIS COMMITTEE:
Melody Lehnerer, Chair, melodye.lehnerer@csn.edu
Jacques Rhéaume, Member, rheaume.jacques@uqam.ca
Rosemary Barberet, member, rbarberet@jjay.cuny.edu

AWARD NUMBER 5

Award for Distinguished Service honours recent service contributions to ISA Research Committee 46 and the field of clinical sociology. The contributions should have been made within the last three years (based on the deadline for submission for the award).

No self-nomination

NOMINATIONS. All RC46 members are invited to make nominations for this award. The nomination should include a letter of nomination emphasizing the service contributions, a curriculum vitae for the RC46 member who is being nominated and at least three letters of support. The nomination file must be submitted electronically as a package and should be sent to each member of the awards committee including the chair. The nominee must be a member of the ISA and RC46 at the time of nomination and award. Only RC46 members are permitted to make nominations.

NOMINATION MATERIALS FOR THE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD SHOULD BE SENT AS A PACKAGE TO THE CHAIR AS WELL AS TO THE TWO MEMBERS OF THIS COMMITTEE:
Mariam Seedat Khan, Chair, seedatm@ukzn.ac.za
Jan Marie Fritz, Member, jan.fritz@uc.edu
Emma Porio, Member, eporio@ateneo.edu

RC46 Third ISA Forum of Sociology: July 10-14, 2016 Vienna, Austria

The Third ISA 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.” This theme encourages a forward- orientation in empirical, theoretical, and normative research to tackle the problems and opportunities that often cut across borders.

Abstracts are invited to any of the following sessions hosted by RC46:

  • Clinical Sociology and Community Intervention
  • Clinical Sociology and Social Change
  • Clinical Sociology, Cultural Diversity and Immigration
  • Clinical Sociology, Health and Social Policy
  •  Clinical Sociology: Creating a Better World in the Workplace
  • Courses, Programmes, Certification and Accreditation in Clinical Sociology
  • Early Career Clinical Sociologists
  •  Epistemology, Theories, Research Methods and/or Research Ethics in Clinical Sociology
  •  International Policymaking and Clinical Sociology
  • Livelihood Vulnerability in Cities: Interrogating the Intersections of Culture, DisasterRisk and Power
  •  Service Learning Strategies: Connecting Students to Global Issues

Call for Abstracts: 14 April 2015 – 30 September 2015 24:00 GMT

Anyone interested in presenting a paper should submit an abstract on-line to a chosen session of RC 46:https://isaconf.confex.com/isaconf/forum2016/webprogrampreliminary/Symposium296.html

The abstract (300 words) must be submitted in English, French or Spanish.

Program Coordinator:
Mariam SEEDAT KHAN, University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, seedatm@ukzn.ac.za

Program Co-Coordinator:
Tina UYS, University of Johannesburg, South Africa, tuys@uj.ac.za