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

RC 46 CLINICAL SOCIOLOGY AT ISA FORUM, PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL February 2021

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23 February TuesdayRC sessions 1RC sessions 2Opening ceremonyOpening plenaryRC sessions 
24 February WednesdayRC/WG/TG 3RC/WG/TG 42 Semi-Plenaries

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25 February ThursdayRC/WG/TG 6RC/WG/TG 72 Semi-Plenaries

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February 26 FridayRC/WG/TG 9RC/WG/TG 102 Semi-PlenariesRC/WG/TG
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February 27 SaturdayRC/WG/TG 12RC/WG/TG 132 Semi-PlenariesRC/WG/TG 14RC/WG/TG 
February 28 SundayRC/WG/TG 15RC/WG/TG 16Closing Plenary SessionRC/WG/TGRC/WG/TG 

RC46 Preliminary Programme

All times are Porto Alegre time

Tuesday, 23 February 2021

10:45 – 12:15: Session 1: Transitions in Cities and Challenges of Public Support

Chair: Melodye Lehnerer, C.S.P. College of Southern Nevada, USA

PresentersTitle
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
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?
S. Urvashi (India)The Politics of Belonging and Security in India

Wednesday, 24 February 2021

All times are Porto Alegre time

09:00 – 10:30: Session 2: Priorities: Environmental Justice and the Central Inclusion of Women and Girls

Chair: Mariam Seedat-Khan, UKZN, South Africa

PresentersTitle
Nhlalo TSHUMA (Lupane State University)Environmental Governance and the Invasive Water Hyacinth Weed: A Case Study of Lake Chivero in Harare, Zimbabwe.
Jan Marie Fritz (University of Cincinnati, USA and UJ, South AfricaEnvironmental Injustice: Incarceration in the United States
Bentina MATHIAS (Nnamdi Azikiwe University)Modern Day Slavery: A Case of the Girl Child in Nigeria

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

Chair: Jan Fritz (University of Cincinnati, USA and UJ, South Africa)

PresentersTitle
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: Panel Discussion: Accrediting Your Undergraduate or Graduate Program in Sociological Practice: A Workshop on Process, Benefits, and Outcomes By the Commission on the Accreditation of Programs in Applied and Clinical Sociology (CAPACS)

Chair: Amitra Wall (SUNY Buffalo State College, USA)

PresentersTitle
Michael FLEISCHER1, Norma WINSTON2, Elizabeth LYMAN3, and Allison WISECUP3, (1)Organizational Dynamics, Morristown, New Jersey, USA, (2)University of Tampa, USA, (3)Radford University, USAAccrediting Your Undergraduate or Graduate Program in Sociological Practice: A Workshop on Process, Benefits, and Outcomes By the Commission on the Accreditation of Programs in Applied and Clinical Sociology (CAPACS)

16:00-17 :30 Session 5 Dispositifs De Recherche ET Intervention EN Sociologie Clinique: Alternatives D’action Dans Le Contexte De Travail Brésilien

Chair: Isabelle Ruelland, Université de Montréal, Canada

PresentersTitle
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
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

Thursday, 25 February 2021

09:00 – 10:30: Session 6: Building Community: Religious Groups and Non-Governmental Organisations

Chair: Natalia Erokhova, RUDN University (Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia), Russia

Co-Chair: Margarita Kalashnikova, St. Tikhon’s Orthodox Humanitarian University, Russia

PresentersTitle
Ryoichi HORIGUCHI (Kindaï Université, Japan)L’Histoire Vécue Et La Vie Retrouvée Des Lépreux : Une Pratique De l’Église Dans Un Sanatorium Pour Lépreux
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
Muhammed SULEMAN, University of Johannesburg, South AfricaObstacles to Emancipation or Agents of Change? Muslim Religious Leaders Response to Adopting a Reconciliation at All Cost Approach in Dealing with the Issue of Domestic Violence Experienced By Muslim Married Women
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

14:15 – 15:45: Session 7: Histoires De Vie Collectives Et Action Communautaire. Collective Life Histories and Community Action

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

PresentersTitle
Miriam Boeri (Bentley University, USA)Applied Ethnographic Research: Overcoming Challenges of Grounding Solutions to the Everyday Reality of Individuals and Communities
Camila Gabriel AMORIM, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, BrazilTheory of Life History and Theory of Life Course: Convergences and Contributions to the Study of Infractional Trajectories of Boys and Girls
Patricia GUERRERO MORALES1, Ana HORMAZABAL (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile), Valentina URRUTIA (Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile) and Pilar DIEZ YENSEN (Instituto de Humanidades, Universidad Diego Portales, Chile)Análisis Del Rol En La Organización De Directores De Escuelas Públicas Chilenas: Una Apuesta Para Salir Del Management

Friday, 26 February 2021

09:00 – 10:30: Session 8: Analyzing and Addressing Problems at Work and at Home: Motherhood and Careers

Chair: Jacques Rhéaume, Université de Montréal, Canada

PresentersTitle
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
Olga Sanmiguel-Valderrama (Associate Professor in Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, University of Cincinnati, USA)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

10:45 – 12:15: Session 9:  The History and Development of Clinical Sociology around the World

Chair: Jan Marie Fritz, University of Cincinnati, USA and UJ, South Africa

PresentersTitle
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
F. De Yzaguirre, R. Avendaño, and L. F. RuízThe Introduction of Clinical Sociology in Colombia and Spain: A Positive Academic Experience, Not without Difficulties

14:15 – 15:45: Session 10: Lecturing Diversity – Lessons from the Classroom

Chair: Charles Puttergill, University of Pretoria, South Africa

PresentersTitle
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
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
Laura VAN RAEMDONCK, University of Antwerp, Belgium and Sara WILLEMS, University of Gent, BelgiumInsights for Diversity Education in Health Care: Testing a Conceptual Model on the Psychosocial Mechanisms of Diversity Competent Care within a Belgian Health Care Student Population

16:00-17:30: Session 11:  Théories Et Pratiques De Groupes En Amérique Latine : Quelles Contributions à La Réduction Des Inégalités Sociale De Pouvoir Dans Les Sociétés Du Nord?

Chair: Isabelle Ruelland, Université de Montréal, Canada

PresentersTitle
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
Paulo BAREICHA (University of Brasilia) Christiane NUNES (University of Brasilia)Implication Et Lien Dans La Recherche-Action Avec Des Groupes Socio-Éducatifs

Saturday, 27 February 2021

09:00-10:30 Session 12: Migrants/Refugees: Issues of Care, Integration, and Belonging

Chair: Johanna Zulueta, Soka University, Tokyo, Japan

PresentersTitle
Yvonne VISSING (Salem State University, USA)Crisis for Children at the US-Mexico Border
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
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

10:45-12:15: Session 13: Organisational Interventions during the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Chair: Tina Uys, Sociology, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

PresentersTitle
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

14:15-15:45: Session 14: Jeunes Et Santé Mentale, Interventions Institutionnelles Et Communautaires : Perspective Critique. Mental Health and Youth, Community and Institutional Practices: A Critical View

Chair: Patricia GUERRERO MORALES (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)

PresentersTitle
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
Fernando DE YZAGUIRRE1, Karol Dayana IBAÑEZ1,2 and Lina Fernanda RUÍZ2, (1)Universidad del Atlántico, Colombia, (2)Sociocaribe, ColombiaBarriers and Facilitators: A Research – Intervention Project to Prevent the Dropout of University from a Clinical Sociology Perspective

Sunday, 28 February 2021

09:00 – 10:30: Session 15: BUSINESS MEETING

Chair: Emma Porio

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.

10:45 – 12:15: Session 16: Care Policies and Gender Equality

Chair: Bila Sorj, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

PresentersTitle
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
Jasmin JOECKS (Universität Tübingen, Germany); Anna KUROWSKA (University of Warsaw, Poland) & Kerstin PullInformal Childcare Vs. Formal Childcare and Its Impact on Maternal Employment in Germany and Poland
Nadya GUIMARAES, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil and Helena HIRATA, GTM/CRESPPA,CNRS, FranceConvergences and Divergences on Care Work. a Latin American Perspective
Karina BATTHYANY, FCS UDELAR, UruguaySocial Relations of Care Work in Uruguay and Latin America.