[ Informação Alice Ramos, ICS-ULisboa ]

Call for papers on Group Focused Enmity

Focus Section on “Group Focused Enmity – Conceptual, Longitudinal, and Cross-National Perspectives Based on Pre-registered Studies”

Second Call – deadline August 30, 2020

We are pleased to forward this Call for Papers for a focus section on “Group focused enmity – Conceptual, longitudinal, and cross-national perspectives based on pre-registered studies” to you, to be published in the International Journal of Conflict and Violence.

We are seeking empirical analyses that

• contribute to the phenomenology of the syndrome of GFE, for example by disentangling the different components of GFE in different cultural contexts (based on cross-sectional data and inter-cultural comparisons) and/or the empirical differentiation of the GFE syndrome from related concepts like ethnocentrism and social dominance orientation.
• focus on intrapersonal and social stability and change in mean values and structure over time, incorporating panel and/or repeated cross-sectional data.
• investigate the causal predictors and consequences of GFE on the basis of longitudinal data analyses and/or experimental data.

Replication studies that fulfil at least one of the three points described above are also welcome.

The focus section will adopt new and innovative approaches in relation to methodological questions. It will include pre-registered studies only, sometimes also referred to as registered reports. Eligible papers can be based on new or existing data, but they have to undergo a pre-registration procedure at the journal.

Deadline for proposal submission is August 30, 2020.

For more details, please visit: https://ekvv.uni-bielefeld.de/blog/ikgblog/resource/IJCV/CfP_GFE_final.pdf


[ Informação Ana Caetano, ISCTE-IUL ]

RN03 Mid-term online event (25-26 September 2020)

The RN03 Coordinators and Board invite you to participate in a RN03 mid-term interactive online event which will take place on 25-26 September 2020. This year’s event is organised in collaboration with the BNIM study group of the Sociological Association of Ireland (SAI).

Information about the mid-term event, including its preliminary programme, application procedures and deadlines, can be found at: https://www.europeansociology.org/research-networks/rn03-biographical-perspectives-european-societies

If you are interested in presenting at one of the sessions please submit an application form, which can be downloaded from the website.
We look forward to welcoming you all at the event in September.