Research Committees

RC36 Alienation Theory and Research



Established in 1972

Objectives

It is the main objective of the RC36 to promote the development of alienation theory and research within the social sciences and allied disciplines.

Board 2014-2018

President Vessela MISHEVA, Uppsala University, Sweden, vessel.misheva@soc.uu.se
Secretary and Treasurer Andrew BLASKO, Institute of Population Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Science, Bulgaria, abvm-con@blasko.se
Newsletters and Reports Luis BERRUECOS, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico, berruecos.luis@gmail.com 
David EMBRICK, Loyola University, USA, dembric@luc.edu
Publications Michael THOMPSON, William Paterson University, USA
Gregory ZUCKER, City University of New York, USA
Webmasters Miriam ADELMAN, Federal University of Parana, Brazil, miriamad2008@gmail.com 
Richard MISKOLCI, Federal University of Parana, Brazil, ufscar7@gmail.com
Young Researchers Tanya JUKKALA, University of Skövde, Sweden 
Ekaterina LYTKINA, Higher School of Economics, Russia
Relations with other ISA RCs and organizations Tova BENSKI, College of Management, Israel
Ex-officio Past Presidents Devorah KALEKIN-FISHMAN, University of Haifa, Israel
Lauren LANGMAN, Loyola University, USA

XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology Program Coordinator: Vessela MISHEVA, Vessela.Misheva@soc.uu.se

Newsletter

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2017 PDF  
2016 PDF PDF
2011 PDF PDF
2010 PDF  

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