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Dear RC23 members,   As President of RC23, I welcome you to the Summer Issue of the RC23 Newsletter!   In this publication, in addition to the traditional sections, we included a special interview with Alice Abreu, our Vice President, about science and technology in Brazil. As everyone has been following, the situation in Brazil, the site of our next ISA Forum, has drawn world wide attention due to political crises, and the impacts suffered…
  

The ISA Executive Committee has decided to postpone the IV ISA Forum of Sociology in Porto Alegre until February 23-27, 2021. All activities that have been prepared will be maintained and the abstract selected for the Forum in July 2020 remain valid for the Forum in February 2021. We have set a new calendar that allows Research Committees, Working and Thematic Groups to update and re-open some of their panels. A new call for abstracts…
  

REGISTRATION The registration deadline for participants is March 19th 2020 24:00 GMT. Participants who fail to pay a registration fee by the deadline will be automatically deleted from the program. No extension of the deadline is possible. Please note that Forum Registration is not the same as ISA Membership, they are two separate payments. You do not have to be an ISA member to register, but members receive a discounted registration rate. Click here to…
  

Call for Abstracts Steps and Instructions: Title Enter your presentation title, and any comments to organizers. Keywords Enter up to four custom keywords. Author(s) Add presenting author and any co-authors. There is a limit of seven (7) authors. Abstract Abstract text may not exceed 300 words and can be entered in either English, French or Spanish. Confirmation Review the content of your submission and click the 'Conclude Submission' button to receive a confirmation email. You…
  

Dear RC23 members, As President of RC23, I welcome you to the Spring Issue of the RC23 Newsletter! It is a Special Issue in Honor and Memory of Robert K. Merton & First Robert K. Merton Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Sociology of Science and Technology. The first award was presented to Professor Francisco Sagasti, a notable Peruvian social scientist, during the Session “In Memory of First RC23 President Robert K. Merton” at the…
  

Call for Abstracts Steps and Instructions: Title Enter your presentation title, and any comments to organizers. Keywords Enter up to four custom keywords. Author(s) Add presenting author and any co-authors. There is a limit of seven (7) authors. Abstract Abstract text may not exceed 300 words and can be entered in either English, French or Spanish. Confirmation Review the content of your submission and click the 'Conclude Submission' button to receive a confirmation email. You…
  

The Robert K. Merton Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Sociology of Science and Technology Purpose In honour and memory of Robert K. Merton, the social scientist known for founding the sociology of science and co-founder and first President of the Research Committee on Sociology of Science and Technology (RC23), the Committee has established The Robert K. Merton Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Sociology of Science and Technology. The award is intended to recognize…
  

RC23 ISA will place a call for session proposals for the IV ISA Forum  Sociology (July 14-18  2020) to be held in Porto Alegre, Brazil. The Forum  main theme on "Challenges of the 21st Century: Democracy, Environment, Inequalities, Intersectionality.” You may find the session proposals' portal at: https://www.isa-sociology.org/en/conferences/forum/porto-alegre-2020 The submission system will open from 4 February and deadline is 15 of March 2019. Session proposals should relate either to the theme of the Forum and/or to…
  

Robert K. Merton was one of the leading sociologists of the 20th century. The interest in his activity does not weaken. It is not easy to encompass all works that have been published after the great sociologist’s death that are related somehow to his legacy. R. Merton’s name is connected with many directions in sociological research, but first of all, it became the eponym for the sociology of science because the phrase the “Mertonian sociology…
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Program Coordinators: Nadia ASHEULOVA (Institute of History of Science and Technology, Russian Federation) and Gary BOWDEN (University of New Brunswick, Canada) The on-line Program is available at ISA webpage. Monday, 16 July 2018 10:30-12:20 JS-4 Metrics in Environmental Governance: Toward a Critical Analysis of Accountability. Part 1 Session Organizers: Steven WOLF, Allison LOCONTO, Koichi HASEGAWA, Debra DAVIDSON, Nadia ASHEULOVA and Gary BOWDEN 15:30-17:20 425 Debates between Early Career and Experienced Researchers Session Organizers: Irina GEWINNER…
  
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