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ISA XIIth International Laboratory
for Ph.D. Students in Sociology

Theme: Towards a Global Sociology
July 15-20, 2013
University of Sydney, Australia

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International Sociological Association received 69 applications for its 12th International Laboratory for PhD Students in Sociology but only had the funds to accept 12 applicants. Because there were so many excellent applications, the selection process was extremely difficult. Congratulations to the selected participants!

List of the selected participants and topics of their PhD dissertations (in alphabetic order):

  • Ms. Katherine EVERHART USA / Vanderbilt University, USA
    Everything but the funnel cake: Aesthetic display and performance in the University of Puerto Rico student movement of 2010

  • Ms. Teodora GAIDYTE  Lithuania / Free University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    Trust, political efficacy and party/movement politics in mature and post-communist democracies

  • Mr. Chungse JUNG  South Korea / SUNY-Binghamton, USA
    The age of protest: World-historical structure and dynamics of protest waves in the global South, 1875-2010

  • Mr. Manolis KALAITZAKE  Ireland / University College Dublin, Ireland
    The political power of finance and the global economic crisis: A focus on the role of the Institute for International Finance

  • Ms. Marta KOLCZYNSKA  Poland /Graduate School for Social Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
    A new approach to analyses of the relationship between democracy and trust: Comparing European countries using quantitative and qualitative methodology

  • Ms. Kaisu KOSKELA  Finland / University of Helsinki, Finland
    At the top of the migrant hierarchy: Experiences of highly-skilled migrants in Finland

  • Mr. Shuanglong LI China / Kyushu University, Japan
    A comparative study on the effects of social networks on employment and income inequality in China and Japan

  • Mr. Noel MACHADO  India / University of Mumbai, India
    Significance of trust within the modern organisation: A sociological study of trust and organisational outcomes

  • Mr. Chivoin PEOU  Cambodia / University of Melbourne, Australia
    Urban youth in contemporary Cambodia: Social transformation and the self

  • Mr. Fernando PERLATTO BOM JARDIN  Brazil /State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Public Sociology: Publics, the public and public knowledge

  • Ms. Ladan RAHBARI  Iran / Mazandaran University, Iran
    Gender and the right to the city (gender differences in realization of right to the city in Tehran)

  • Ms. Sandra Milena RIOS OYOLA  Colombia / University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
    Religion and the social construction of memory amid violence: The case of the massacre of Bojayá (Colombia)

ISA Laboratory is organised jointly with the University of Sydney’s School of Social & Political Sciences, July 15-20, 2013.

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