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by Thomas D. [tom] Hall
27 January 2002 22:00 UTC
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>===== Original Message From LLang944@aol.com =====
International Sociological Association
Brisbane, Australia July 8-13, 2002

RC 36, Alienation Research and Theory, announces the final call for papers.
Alienation was central to Marx's critique of capitalism in the 19th C. But
today, the rapid economic changes of  new technologies,  new forms of work
impacting various institutions and subcultures, new forms of mass mediated
culture,  new political realities of globalization, anti-globalization
movements,  and terrorism  has prompted new articulations of alienation and
theories of alienation. There is still some room on the program, perhaps we
may create additional sessions,  and would cordially invite those with
research/theory interests to join us next summer. Our sessions will include

1 Alienation and the new Technologies
2 Alienation Theory
3 Alienation and Social Institutions
4 Work and Alienation5 Alienation and Youth
6  New Frontiers of Alienation
7. Perpetuation of alienation - paradigmatic mechanisms

If you are interested, please send a proposal and abstract by Feb 15th  to
Lauren Langman, Program Organizer   Llang944@aol.com
Devorah Kalekin, Chairperson   dkalekin@univ.haifa.ac.il

Thomas D. [tom] Hall
Department of Sociology & Anthropology
c/o 420 Anderson Bldg #f
DePauw University
Greencastle, IN 46135
dept: 765-658-4519
off:  765-658-4519
web:  http://acad.depauw.edu/~thall/hp1.htm

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