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IV ISA Forum will be held online

 

The ISA Executive Committee has decided that the IV ISA Forum of Sociology


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

 

will be held online, starting on February 23, 2021.

 


October 26 – November 12, 2020:

Submission of new abstracts via online platform.

 

Steps and Instructions:

 

1. Title

Enter your presentation title and select the session best suited for your abstract.
Academic Career, Research Networks and Professional Associations
Bodies, Environment and Technologies
Body, Gender, Health and Sexuality : Producing Medical Knowledge and Ignorance
Contesting Digital Formations: Power, Values, and Visions
Dynamics of Knowledge: Health, Medicine and Life Sciences
Emerging Technologies and Inequalities: Using Innovations to Drive Social Change
Global Debates about Our Technoscientific Futures
Health, Rights and Technology in an Age of Uncertainty
How Governments and Institutions Promote S, T & I for Development. the Case of Economic South Countries Vs Developed Countries: Present and Future
Networks and Systems of Innovation in a Digital World
On Circulating Knowledge: Concepts, Authors and Ideas
Posthumanism and Digital Sociology
Power and Academia: Scientists, Professors and Politicians
Science, Technology, and “Wicked” Social Problems: Integrating Diverse Sociological Perspectives
Sociology of Technology Meets Technology Assessment: Disentangling Innovations and Risks
The Innovation Imperative – Exploring the Power of a Seemingly Ubiquitous Narrative
University Career: Continuity and Transformation

 

2. Keywords

Enter up to four custom keywords.

 

3. Author(s)

Add presenting author and any co-authors. There is a limit of seven (7) authors.

 

4. Abstract

Abstract text may not exceed 300 words and can be entered in either English, French or Spanish.

5. Confirmation


Review the content of your submission and click the 'Conclude Submission' button to receive a confirmation email. You will have access to edit your submission up until the deadline of November 12, 2020







December 15, 2020:

Presenters’ registration deadline.


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