Structural Mechanisms and Historical Contingencies: Global Stratification and its Discontents

Thursday, July 17, 2014: 5:30 PM-7:20 PM
Room: 301
RC28 Social Stratification (host committee)
RC02 Economy and Society

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Hiroko INOUE, University of California-Riverside, USA and Haya STIER, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Expulsions: Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy (Oral Presentation)
Saskia SASSEN, Columbia University, USA

Global Migration and the Contentious Politics of Citizenship (Oral Presentation)
Patricio KORZENIEWICZ, University of Maryland, College Park, USA

Transformation of Labor Market and Legitimacy of Income Inequality in Japan (Oral Presentation)
Kikuko NAGAYOSHI, Tohoku University, Japan; Hirofumi TAKI, The University of Tokyo, Japan; Shin ARITA, The University of Tokyo, Japan

Judgments about Inequality and Economic Elite Among the Middle Classes: Discontents and Sociology of Critique (Distributed Paper)
Oscar MAC-CLURE, Universidad de Los Lagos, Chile; Emmanuelle BAROZET, Universidad de Chile, Chile

Local Construction of Global Standards: How Gender Diversity Has Become Corporate Social Responsibility in Japan (Distributed Paper)
Eunmi MUN, Amherst College, USA; Jiwook JUNG, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Conceptualizing the Globalization of Local and National Class Structures from the Case of Tokyo and Japan (Distributed Paper)
Mikael BOURQUI, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

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