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ESA-2015

The ANR-Lab researchers attended the 12th conference of the European Sociological Association ESA-2015 «Differences, Inequalities and Sociological Imagination», which was held in Prague, Czech Republic, in August 25 - August 28, 2015.

 

The ANR-Lab researchers attended the 12th conference of the European Sociological Association ESA-2015

The ANR-Lab researchers attended the 12th conference of the European Sociological Association ESA-2015 «Differences, Inequalities and Sociological Imagination», which was held in Prague, Czech Republic, in August 25 - August 28, 2015.

Dr. Benjamin Lind presented the results of a project on the collaboration in rock musicians’ community, on which he is working with Stanislav Moiseev, in the report «Two-Mode Tie Formation in Creative Collaborative Networks». This talk was presented in the «Professional Development in Music and Visual Arts» section.

Stanislav Moiseev also participated in another section «Emotions and Civic Action» where he presented his talk «The Nature of Mass Behavior: from" irrationality "to" rationality with emotions "» based on his PhD thesis work.

 

During the poster session Daria Maltseva presented the results of her studies of the scientific community of network researchers in the poster titled "Network research in Russia: the structure of scientific community".

 

About the Conference

Conference of the European Sociological Association (ESA) is being held since 1992 every two years in different European countries. Over the years, the conference venue were the cities of Turin, Geneva, Lisbon, Glasgow, Helsinki and others. For 12th Conference Prague was selected as the venue; the organizers were the European Sociological Association and the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences.

The central theme of the conference - «Differences, Inequalities and Sociological Imagination». The conference program is presented here. Also the book of abstracts of all presentations (more than 1,700 pages!) is available for download.