FES | Federación Española de Sociología

XII Congreso de la FES

GT 11 Southern European Societies



Coordina/n
Ana M. Guillén Rodríguez (Universidad de Oviedo)
Lucila Finkel (Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociología. Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Equipo:
David Luque Balbona (Universidad de Oviedo)

Programa:

Sesión de comunicaciones orales Franja 3 : Labour market and youth inactivity
Tipo de sesión: Sesión de comunicaciones orales
Día: viernes, 1 de julio de 2016
Hora: 09:00 a 10:45
Lugar: 205
Sesión de comunicaciones orales Franja 4 : Family and care
Tipo de sesión: Sesión de comunicaciones orales
Día: viernes, 1 de julio de 2016
Hora: 16:00 a 18:00
Lugar: 205
Sesión de comunicaciones orales Franja 5 : Welfare
Tipo de sesión: Sesión de comunicaciones orales
Día: sábado, 2 de julio de 2016
Hora: 09:00 a 10:45
Lugar: 205

Organizers:

Scientific coordinator: Ana M. Guillén, University of Oviedo.

Institutional coordinator: Lucila Finkel, Complutense University of Madrid.

Secretary: David Luque Balbona, University of Oviedo.

XII SPANISH CONGRESS OF SOCIOLOGY 

Great transformations, new challenges for sociology

June 30-July 1-2, 2016

Laboral-Ciudad de la Cultural/Universidad de Oviedo, Gijón (Spain)

Call for Papers

RESU Special Track Session

“Social problems of Southern European Societies”

This session is organized by FES (Spanish Federation of Sociology/Federación Española de Sociología) in collaboration with RESU (Network of National Associations of Southern European Countries, composed by the sociological associations of France, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain). Future track sessions will take place in the national congresses of Sociology organized by the RESU member associations using a similar format.

Papers submitted should be sociological analyses, both theoretical and/or empirical, addressing common social problems and social trends of Southern European societies. They should include in the analysis at least two countries or regions of two countries (one of them being a Southern European country). Case studies especially relevant because of their implications for Southern Europe can also be submitted.

Papers focusing on the following topics are specially welcome:

  • Challenges for labour market insertion
  • Immigration and social integration
  • Inequality, poverty and social exclusion

 And other issues relationed with southern european problems are welcome

The working language of the track will be English, but we accept papers in Spanish, English, French, Italian and Portuguese.

Dates and rules for participation are the same of the XII Spanish Congress of Sociology and they can be found here:   http://www.fes-sociologia.com/normas-de-participacion/pages/215/