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11: Inequality Research Quo Vadis?

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Hauptschule
Seminar / Seminar
english language

Starting from the discussion which has taken place over the recent decades within social sciences about the significance of new and old social inequalities, we will consider the question of how inequality is theoretically and empirically penetrable under the conditions of a globalised world. Socio-political measures against inequality cannot be discussed separately and should be illuminated under the consideration of intersectionality and international comparison in the course of the seminar.

Professor of Social Policy, Institute for Research in Social Sciences, School of Criminology, Politics and Social Policy, University of Ulster, Belfast
Professor and Deputy Head of Department, Department of Sociology, University of Vienna

Ph.D. Julia S. O'CONNOR

Professor of Social Policy, Institute for Research in Social Sciences, School of Criminology, Politics and Social Policy, University of Ulster, Belfast

B.Soc.Sc., National University of Ireland, Dublin Social Worker, Diagnostic Assessment and Advisory Service, Moore Abbey, Co. Kildare Senior Social Worker and Researcher, Diagnostic Assessment and Advisory Service, Moore Abbey, Co. Kildare M.Soc.Sc., National University of Ireland, Dublin Social Researcher, Epidemiology and Mental Handicap Studies, Medico-social Research Board, Dublin Ph.D., University of Toronto Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology McMaster University Hamilton, Ontario Associate Professor, Department of Sociology McMaster University Hamilton, Ontario Director, National Economic and Social Council, Dublin
1973
1974-1997
1976-1977
1978
1978-1981
1987
1987-1993
1993-2000
1996-2001

Dr. Roland VERWIEBE

Professor and Deputy Head of Department, Department of Sociology, University of Vienna

Full Professor, Social Stratification Research and Quantitative Methods, Department of Sociology, University of Vienna Organizer (PI), Marie Jahoda Summer School of Sociology Head, Department of Sociology, University of Vienna
2009
2011-2014
2011-2015

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