Coercion, Feminism, and Entrepreneurship in Development

Wednesday, 18 July 2018: 17:30-19:20
RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development (host committee)

Language: English

This is an open session for any papers that contain innovative new theories or important new findings in development sociology. Presenters may come from any theoretical tradition, use any methodology - either quantitative or qualitative, may study any region of the world and may consider any time period including the present day. The session is a forum to present new work is that is exciting, stimulating  and represents a significant advance in sociological thinking or knowledge. Papers that are good but don't fit the standard molds are particularly welcome.
Session Organizer:
Samuel COHN, Texas A and M University, USA
Samuel COHN, Texas A and M University, USA
Oral Presentations
Development, Coercion and Non-State Violent Actors in the Era of Globalization
Jasmin HRISTOV, University of British Columbia, Okanagan, Canada
From Anti-Development to Rural Development: The Challenge of Economic Transformation in the Former Labour Reserves of Ghana and South Africa
Ben SCULLY, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa; Akua BRITWUM, University of Cape Coast, Ghana
Toward a Gendered and Intersectional Sociology of Development
Marcia SEGAL, Indiana University Southeast, USA