Risk in a Life Course Perspective

Tuesday, July 15, 2014: 3:30 PM-5:20 PM
Room: Booth 52
TG04 Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Dan WOODMAN, University of Melbourne, Australia
Growing up with a Childhood Liver Transplant: Medical ‘Pioneers' and Beck's Normativity of Diversity (Oral Presentation)
Karen LOWTON, King's College London, United Kingdom; Paul HIGGS, University College London, United Kingdom; Chris HILEY, King's College London, United Kingdom

Labor Risk Typologies and Life Course in Latin America (Oral Presentation)
Fiorella MANCINI, UNAM, Mexico

Unemployment and Precarious Occupational Integration: The Unequal Distribution of Risk. the Case of Switzerland (Oral Presentation)
Pierre-Alain ROCH, University of Lausanne, Switzerland; Maïlys KORBER, Université de Lausanne, Switzerland

Perceiving, Managing and Negotiating Risky Behaviours from Adolescence to Early Adulthood (Oral Presentation)
Kristy MUIR, University of New South Wales, Australia

Japanese Risk Society: The Changing Policies and the Role of Families (Oral Presentation)
Mika MERVIÖ, Kibi International University, Japan

Normalcy after Stroke: Spousal Caregiving and Management of Uncertainties (Oral Presentation)
Mutsumi KARASAKI, Monash University, Australia