Academic journal article Polish Sociological Review

15th Polish Sociological Congress in Szczecin (Poland) "What after the Crisis?"

Academic journal article Polish Sociological Review

15th Polish Sociological Congress in Szczecin (Poland) "What after the Crisis?"

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The 15th Polish Sociological Congress will be held on 11-14 September 2013 in Szczecin (Poland). It is organized by the Polish Sociological Association (PTS) and the Szczecin University. The main theme of the Congress has been formulated as'What after the crisis?', which implies that participants will be seeking answers about the social order and the model(s) of the post-crisis social organisation.

The Congress will comprise three plenary sessions, four symposiums, a special session, 90 working groups (thematic groups) as well as eight poster sessions.

Keynote Speaker: Jacek Kurczewski

Plenary sessions:

1. Transformations of social institutions. Organizers: Grazyna Sk^pska and Andrzej Rychard

2. Values in times of crisis. Organizers: rev. Janusz Mariañ ski and Irena Machaj

3. Sociology and the complexity of contemporary world. Organizers: Rafal Drozdowski and Tomasz Szlendak

Symposiums:

1. The capitals of the Polish society. Organizers: Anna Sliz and Tomasz Zarycki

2. The social consequences of ICT and new media. Organizers: Krzysztof Konecki and Dominik Batorski

3. The Western Lands' and the'Northern Lands' from the regional perspective. Organizers: Zbigniew Kurcz and Zaneta Stasieniuk

4. A crisis in capitalism ora crisis of capitalism? Organizers: Jacek Tittenbrun and Jan Sowa

Special session:

How should we educate sociologists? A panel discussion. Organizers: Krystyna Szafraniec and Jacek Nowak

The themes of working groups are varied and relate to a range of issues occurring in Poland and many European countries. They include social change and cultural change, religion and morality, social work, politics and power, family, civil society, crisis, socio-cultural capital, urban and rural areas, ethnic and national minorities, local and regional development, theoretical sociology, sociology of qualitative research and many others. …

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