Research Committees

RC20 Comparative Sociology

Established in 1986

Objectives

The primary objective of the Research Committee on Comparative Sociology is to advance research in the field of comparative sociology by encouraging research, conferences and publication in the field. The RC20 seeks to facilitate scholarly communication in the domain of international comparisons.

Board 2014-2018

President Jean-Pascal DALOZ, CNRS/ SAGE University of Strasbourg, France, jean-pascal.daloz@misha.fr
Vice-President Frederick C. TURNER, University of Connecticut, USA
Secretary and Treasurer Hanno SCHOLTZ, University of Fribourg, Switzerland, hanno.scholtz@unifr.ch
Board Members Marita CARBALLO, Social and Political Academy of Argentina, Argentina
Anne KROGSTAD, University of Oslo, Norway
Robert VAN KRIEKEN, University of Sydney, Australia 
Stephen VERTIGANS, Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom
David L. WEAKLIEM, University of Connecticut, USA
Working Groups Comparative Analysis of Social Distinction, Chair: Jean-Pascal DALOZ
Comparative Sociology: Cross Section and Unity, Chair: Hanno SCHOLTZ

XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology Program Coordinator: David WEAKLIEM,david.weakliem@uconn.edu

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