About the Research Networks
The ESA 2017 Conference invites submission for the following Research Networks (RN):
RN01 – Ageing in Europe
RN02 – Sociology of the Arts | incl. “Special PhD Call for Papers”
RN03 – Biographical Perspectives on European Societies
RN04 – Sociology of Children and Childhood
RN05 – Sociology of Consumption | incl. “Special PhD Call for Papers”
RN06 – Critical Political Economy
RN07 – Sociology of Culture
RN08 – Disaster, Conflict and Social Crisis
RN09 – Economic Sociology
RN10 – Sociology of Education
RN11 – Sociology of Emotions
RN12 – Environment and Society
RN13 – Sociology of Families and Intimate Lives
RN14 – Gender Relations in the Labour Market and the Welfare State
RN15 – Global, transnational and cosmopolitan sociology
RN16 – Sociology of Health and Illness
RN17 – Work, Employment and Industrial Relations
RN18 – Sociology of Communications and Media Research
RN19 – Sociology of Professions
RN20 – Qualitative Methods
RN21 – Quantitative Methods
RN22 – Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty
RN23 – Sexuality
RN24 – Science and Technology
RN25 – Social Movements
RN26 – Sociology of Social Policy and Social Welfare
RN27 – Regional Network Southern European Societies
RN28 – Society and Sports
RN29 – Social Theory
RN30 – Youth and Generation
RN31 – Ethnic Relations, Racism and Antisemitism
RN32 – Political Sociology
RN33 – Women’s and Gender Studies
RN34 – Sociology of Religion
RN35 – Sociology of Migration
RN36 – Sociology of Transformations: East and West
RN37 – Urban Sociology
If you are considering submitting an abstract, please pay special attention to the following points.
Before submitting your abstract:
- Read the detailed descriptions regarding the Research Networks included in the Call for Papers.
- Read the Notes for Authors, which can also be found in the Call for Papers.
- Read the “how-to” instructions for the online conference software tool called “ConfTool” included in the Abstract Submission section.
- Abstracts must be submitted online through your ConfTool account.
- Abstracts sent by email cannot be accepted.