Dear RC17 members,
RC17 is co-organizing an international conference on “Organizations in a Plural Society” this year! Check out the exciting call for abstracts below and the conference website: www.icos2022.com!
Furthermore, we are now beginning with the preparations for the ISA World Congress 2023 and will come back to you with more information soon. For now, general information can be found here: https://www.isa-sociology.org/en/conferences/world-congress/melbourne-2023
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Calls for Abstracts
RC17 conference: Organizations in a Plural Society
Call for Abstracts
International Conference on Organizational Sociology (ICOS)
Organizations in a Plural Society
8-9 December 2022
Joint conference by
Research Committee 17 “Sociology of Organization”
of the International Sociological Association
“Organization & Society” Research Group
at the Department of Sociology and Political Science, NTNU Trondheim
Section on Organizational Sociology of the German Sociological Association
Nadine Arnold (VU Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Cristina Besio (HSU Hamburg, Germany)
Michael Grothe-Hammer (NTNU Trondheim, Norway)
Uli Meyer (JKU Linz, Austria)
Kurt Rachlitz (NTNU Trondheim, Norway)
Submission Deadline: June 15, 2022
Our society is characterized by an ever-expanding number of organizations and organizational forms – a “hyper-organization” so to say (Bromley & Meyer 2015). Without doubt, organizations have a significant impact on the development of society. They have conquered nearly all areas of social life and new organizational forms nowadays diffuse even into areas which traditionally were coordinated in an informal and community-based manner (e.g., childcare, housekeeping, personal assessments and career advice, hunting, weddings, and funerals). This conference aims at disentangling the relation and mutual influence between the manifold forms of organization and a plural society. In particular, we focus on the entanglement of organizations with heterogeneous expectations.
We invite papers that address the role and relevance of organizations in and for our plural society. The conference will take place at NTNU in Trondheim, Norway, December 8-9, 2022. Please submit an abstract of 2-3 pages to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 15, 2022. Decisions on acceptance will be made until the end of July.
You can find the full-length CfA and more information on the conference website: www.icos2022.com
Looking forward to meeting you in Trondheim!
Possible support by RC17
RC17 can support selected activities by members (e.g., workshops or conferences) with up to $500. Informal applications can be addressed to the RC17 board via the Secretary Michael Grothe-Hammer (Michael.email@example.com). The board will then discuss the proposal and issue a decision soon. One central requirement is the thematic connection to RC17 and that some advertising for RC17 takes place at the sponsored event.
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