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CFP: Rupture and Crisis

Reading Bourdieu through crisis, reading crisis through Bourdieu

Call for paper, Special Issue of «Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia», edited by MARCO PITZALIS (University of Cagliari, Italy) and ELLIOT B. WEININGER (Suny Brockport, NY, USA)

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CFP: OVERCOMING FAMILY BOUNDARIES

The promises and situatedness of «family practices» perspective – Call for papers, Special Issue of «Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia», edited by CHIARA BERTONE (University of Eastern Piedmont) and CATERINA SATTA (University of Cagliari). 

Almost twenty-five years on from the publication of Family Connections: An Introduction to Family Studies (1996), this special issue addresses the international influence of Morgan’s contribution, with the aim of understanding what happens when the notion of family practices travels beyond the British context in which it originated, crossing linguistic, cultural and social borders, and interweaves with other situated theorizations on the family.

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CALL FOR PAPERS: Innovating Aging

Call for papers, Special Issue of «Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia», edited by FRANCESCO MIELE (University of Padova) and SILVIA FORNASINI (Fondazione Bruno Kessler and University of Trento). Demographic aging is a typical phenomenon of Western modern societies, often defined at the same time as a grand challenge (Östlund 2004) and an opportunity for the development of scientific and technological innovations aimed at ensuring the health and the well-being of older people (Peine et al. 2015)...

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