Connect with SAGE during the ISA World Congress 15-21 July, Toronto, Canada. Whether you are attending or not, bookmark this page today to find the latest news, events and free content across our portfolio of journals, books and digital products.
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For the full conference programme, visit the ISA conference website.
19:30-20.50 ISA Print Publications, John Bassett Theatre (102) (MTCC NORTH BUILDING)
12:30-13.30 Meet the Editor, The Sociological Review, SAGE Booth #10, Exhibition Hall
13:30-14.30 Meet the Editor, Irish Journal of Sociology, SAGE Booth #10, Exhibition Hall
19:30-20:50 ISA Publications in Digital Worlds, John Bassett Theatre (102) (MTCC NORTH BUILDING)
12:30-13:30 Meet the Editor, Work, Employment and Society, SAGE Booth #10 Exhibition Hall
19:30-20:50 Publishing for Publics, John Bassett Theatre (102) (MTCC NORTH BUILDING)
12:30-13:30 Meet the Editor, Sociology, SAGE Booth #10 Exhibition Hall
19:30-20:50 Making Connections: Bridging Generations, 501 (MTCC SOUTH BUILDING)
Save the date! TASA will be hosting the XX ISA World Congress of Sociology in Melbourne, 24-30 July 2022.
Wealth Elite Moralities: Wealthy Entrepreneurs’ Moral Boundaries by Anu Kantola, Hanna Kuusela
What Makes a Hero? Theorising the Social Structuring of Heroism by Kristian Frisk
The Academic Game: Compliance and Resistance in Universities by Senia Kalfa, et al
Complicating Colorism: Race, Skin Color, and the Likelihood of Arrest by Ameila R. Branigan, et al
‘Floods’ of migrants, flows of care: Between climate displacement and global care chains by Nigel Clark, Giovanni Bettini
Healing, knowing, enduring: Care and politics in damaged worlds by Manuel Tironi, Israel Rodríguez-Giralt
Pragmatic Urban Protest: How Oppression Leads to Parochial Resistance by Stephen Danley
Ethics in Violence and Abuse Research - a Positive Empowerment Approach by Julia Downes, et al
Law, market building and public health in the European Union by Chris Holden, Ben Hawkins
Feminist Identity, Feminist Politics: U.S. Feminists’ Attitudes toward Social Policies by Maura Kelly, et al
Chains of Power and Their Representation by Isaac Ariail Reed
Social structures, power and resistance in monist sociology: (New) materialist insights by Nick J Fox, Pam Alldred
Community and the Crime Decline: The Causal Effect of Local Nonprofits on Violent Crime by Patrick Sharkey et. al
Sociology and Social Justice in the 21st Century by Margaret Abraham
Global Sociology and the Struggles for a Better World by Markus S. Schulz
Facing An Unequal World by Raquel Sosa Elizaga
The SAGE Handbook of the History, Philosophy and Sociology of International Relations by Andreas Gofas,
Inanna Hamati-Ataya, Nicholas Onuf
The Data Gaze by David Beer
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