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Journal of Sociology 2021 Special Issue: Call for Papers

Imagining rural futures in times of uncertainty and possibility: Progressing a transformative research agenda for rural sociology Background This Special Edition offers a critical opportunity to imagine the futures of rural societies and rural sociology at a time when, across the world, there has been an awakening of diverse publics to the reality that current […]

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TASA 2019 submission deadline extended to June 3rd

Great news, the local organising committee for TASA 2019 has EXTENDED the submission deadline, for abstracts and papers, by one week to Monday June 3rd. The submission deadline for conference scholarships, see below, has also been extended to June 3rd.    Conference Scholarship for TASA Members with Disabilities Conference Scholarship for Sociology in Action TASA Precarious […]

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Call for Abstracts: Reflections on the Change the Rules Campaign

The Australian Sociological Association’s Annual Conference, 2019 To celebrate the launch of the new thematic group Work, Labour & Economy, the thematic group convenors would like to extend a call for abstracts for a special panel at this year’s Australian Sociological Association (TASA) conference reflecting on the Australian Council of Trade Union’s Change the Rules […]

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TASA 2018: Precarity, Rights and Resistance

TASA’s 2018 submission portal is now open! The School of Humanities and Social Sciences, The Faculty of Arts and Education, The Alfred Deakin Institute of Citizenship and Globalisation at Deakin University are all happy to invite you to the 2018 TASA Conference at our Burwood Campus in Melbourne. The theme of this year’s conference is Precarity, Rights and […]

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Call for papers for the Journal of Sociology, 2019 Special Issue

BACKGROUND Over the last few decades, there has been a radical transformation of Australia’s labour market and education sector, with intersecting implications for gender and generational inequalities. First, the composition of the labour force has changed. There has been both a significant increase in women’s participation in paid work and a steady decline in full-time […]

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Call for Abstracts: Translating youth research to policy and practice

Following the success of the Crime and Governance ‘Politics and Crime Control’ symposium, The Journal of Applied Youth Studies (JAYS), along with guest editors Joel McGregor and Xanthé Mallett, are now welcoming abstract submissions for a special issue to be published in early 2018. (more…)

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