Current Research in Comparative Sociology. Part II

Friday, 20 July 2018: 10:30-12:20
RC20 Comparative Sociology (host committee)

Language: English

This session will include papers in all areas of comparative sociology.
Session Organizer:
David L. WEAKLIEM, University of Connecticut, USA
Oral Presentations
Public Opinion and Morality Policy: Lessons from Canada and the United States
Mildred A. SCHWARTZ, University of Illinois-Chicago, USA; Raymond TATALOVICH, Loyola University Chicago, USA
Non-Programmatic Politics and the Impact of Austerity
Isabel KUSCHE, Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Denmark
All the World's a Stage: The Geodemography of Political Contention.
Edward CRENSHAW, The Ohio State University, USA; Kristopher Robison ROBISON, Department of Sociology, Northern Illinois University, USA; J. Craig JENKINS, Department of Sociology, Ohio State University, USA
Distributed Papers
Analysis of Subjective Wellbeing and Social Values in the Context of Macro-Level Behavioural Patterns.
Ewa JAROSZ, Centre for Time Use Research, Oxford University, United Kingdom