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Call for Papers | 14th Conference of the European Sociological Association
Deadline: 1st February 2019
Therefore, the main aim of this Research Stream is to analyse both structural and cultural factors that account for the varying forms that precariousness can assume among different individuals and across countries in Eastern, Western, Northern and Southern Europe. The stream encourages contributions from diverse sociological fields that adopt different theoretical perspectives and propose innovative methodological approaches to study precariousness.
- Submission is through the ConfTool: https://www.conftool.pro/esa2019/
Annalisa Murgia, Department of Social and Political Sciences, University of Milan.
Principal Investigator of the ERC Starting Grant project SHARE ‘Seizing the Hybrid Areas
of work by Representing Self‐Employment’.
Renato Miguel do Carmo, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, CIES‐IUL.
Director of the Inequality Observatory and Principal Investigator of the project ‘The
employment crisis and the Welfare State in Portugal: deterring drivers of social
vulnerability and inequality’.
Mireia Bolíbar, Department of Social and Political Sciences, Pompeu Fabra University.
Co-PI of the project PRESSED ‘Precarious employment and stress: social factors with
Adam Mrozowicki, Institute of Sociology, University of Wroclaw
Co‐leader of the DFG‐NCN funded project PREWORK ‘Young precarious workers in Poland and Germany: A comparative sociological study on working and living conditions, social consciousness and civic engagement’.