Theories About and Approaches towards the Internationalization of Sociology in the Era of Globalization: Asian Perspectives

Friday, July 18, 2014: 3:30 PM-5:20 PM
Room: 503

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Shujiro YAZAWA, Seijo University, Japan
Sociology of, By and for Sovereign People: Towards a Truly Global Sociology (Oral Presentation)
Kokichi SHOJI, University of Tokyo, Japan

A Framework for the Sociology of Future: Logistics Curve and the Axial Ages (Oral Presentation)
Munesuke MITA, National Association Session, Japan

We Are Not Living in an Era of Cosmopolitanism but an Era of Cosmopolitization (Oral Presentation)
Ulrich BECK, Ludwig Maximilian University, Germany

The Struggle for a Sovereign Taiwanese Sociology: History and Lessons (Oral Presentation)
Hsin-Huang Michael HSIAO, Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

How Mainstream Sociology Can Now Change in a World Context (Oral Presentation)
Raewyn CONNELL, University of Sydney, Australia

Decolonizing Struggles in Latin America Today (Oral Presentation)
Edgardo LANDER, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

The Development of Chinese Sociology of Recent Three Decades in the Context of Western Sociological Knowledge (Oral Presentation)
Chunling LI, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China