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Sunday, June 2

Pre-Conference on Teaching: Experiential Learning Across our Discipline

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ALRD 123 Pre-Conference on Teaching: Experiential Learning Across our Discipline

Monday, June 3

- Tuesday, February 26th - 08:30-09:30

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Nothing scheduled!

Education and Social Justice in the Age of Neoliberalism II - Monday, June 3rd - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 Creating Meaningful "Educational Moments" in the Neoliberal School: Reflections from Community-University Education Initiatives in MontréalJayne Malenfant - McGill UniversityEducation and Social Justice in the Age of Neoliberalism Challenges and PossibilitiesEnglish
ANGU 437 Austerity and Public Sector Restructuring in the Canadian Education SectorJames Watson - McMaster UniversityEducation and Social Justice in the Age of Neoliberalism Challenges and PossibilitiesEnglish
ANGU 437 'Reproductive Resistance' and Radical Necessity: How individuals reproduce, refuse and negotiate 'entrepreneurship education'Kirsty Morrin - University of LiverpoolEducation and Social Justice in the Age of Neoliberalism Challenges and PossibilitiesEnglish
ANGU 437 "Are we having fun yet?" The productive role of pleasure and joy within global citizenship education Nathaniel Laywine - Ryerson University / McMaster UniversityEducation and Social Justice in the Age of Neoliberalism Challenges and PossibilitiesEnglish

Visual Circles of Conversation I - Monday, June 3rd - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 Re-photograph to distinguish. Visual narrative of urban gentrification and memory erasure from the Emily Carr Campus case (Vancouver, BC).Magali Uhl - UQAM (Université du Québec à Montréal)Visual Circles of Conversation English
ANGU 293 Knowledge Translation through Live Theatre: Ethical, Design, and Audience ConsiderationsKristin Atwood - IndependentVisual Circles of Conversation English
ANGU 293 Life in the cemeteryAnne-Marie Bresee - McMasterVisual Circles of Conversation English
ANGU 293 Interfaith Photovoice Initiative: Amplifying Voices through Photography, Interfaith Dialogue, and Immigrant AdvocacyCatherine Holtmann - University of New BrunswickVisual Circles of Conversation English, French
ANGU 293 'Can I look inside your fridge?': Research Photographs, Autopoesis and the Sociological ImaginationLaura Fenton - University of ManchesterVisual Circles of Conversation English

Sociology of Science and Technology I: Sociology of Biomedical Research and Development - Monday, June 3rd - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 354 Social organization of work in academic labs in biomedical research: Transformation through competitionAnnalisa Salonius - Independent scholarSociology of Science and TechnologyEnglish
ANGU 354 Refracting,Reframing and Reconfiguring Public Health Problems: A qualitative examination of public health apps as policyCarmen Lamothe - University of TorontoSociology of Science and TechnologyEnglish
ANGU 354 Regulatory actors in commercially driven prenatal screeningKelly Holloway - University of TorontoSociology of Science and TechnologyEnglish
ANGU 354 Mutual Shaping of Tele-Healthcare Practice: Exploring Users' Experiences in the Northern Saskatchewan Telehealth ContextJoelena Leader - University of SaskatchewanSociology of Science and TechnologyEnglish
ANGU 354 The Peculiar Biomedical Puzzle of Immunotherapy (IT) for Food Allergy Stephanie Nairn - McGill University Sociology of Science and TechnologyEnglish
ANGU 354 The multiple functionalities of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) in the online discussions of bareback sex by men who have sex with men (MSM)Emerich Daroya - Carleton UniversitySociology of Science and TechnologyEnglish

Race and Ethnicity I: Colonial and Racial Violence - Monday, June 3rd - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 335 Race and Whiteness as Affective Technologies in Citizenship Education: The Case of Norway Kristin Eriksen - University of South-Eastern NorwayRace and Ethnicity Open Call English
ANGU 335 Child Welfare as Colonial GovernmentalityLaura Landertinger - University of VictoriaRace and Ethnicity Open Call English
ANGU 335 The Understanding the Racialized Consequences of MotheriskChristine Ensslen - York UniversityRace and Ethnicity Open Call English
ANGU 335 The Residual Effects of Schooling: Mapping the Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma and the Legacy of Indian Residential Schools in CanadaUmesh Sharma - Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto Race and Ethnicity Open Call English
ANGU 335 The effects of Xenophobia on South Africa-Nigeria Relations: Finding a lasting solutionGrace Oshinfowokan - National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies kuru, JosRace and Ethnicity Open Call English

Violence and Society I: Gender-based violence and migration - Monday, June 3rd - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 347 Criminalizing the Precarious, System Avoidance and Bare Life: The Effect of State Migration Policy and Policing on the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of ChildrenNatalie Delia Deckard - Davidson CollegeViolence & SocietyEnglish
ANGU 347 Toward a Theoretical Framework for Understanding Sexual and Gender Based Violence in the Forced Migration JourneyEvangelia Tastsoglou - Saint Mary's UniversityViolence & SocietyEnglish
ANGU 347 Domestic abuse under the shadow of patriarchy Shila Khayambashi - York UniversityViolence & SocietyEnglish

The Social and Justice in the Age of Mobility - Monday, June 3rd - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 339 Mobilising Sociology in an Age of Flow and Connection: Exploring the Implications of a Mobile Metaphysics for Conceptions of 'Society' and 'Social Justice' Nancy Cook - Brock UniversityThe Social' and Justice in the Age of MobilityEnglish
ANGU 339 The Displacement of Syrians during the War: Border Crossing and Struggles for Migrant JusticeSUZAN ILCAN - University of WaterlooThe Social' and Justice in the Age of MobilityEnglish
ANGU 339 Aquamobility Justice Sharon Roseman - Memorial UniversityThe Social' and Justice in the Age of MobilityEnglish
ANGU 339 Queer urban mobilities and justiceCatherine Nash - Brock University The Social' and Justice in the Age of MobilityEnglish
ANGU 339 Community-Led Mobility Infrastructure and Just Transportation FuturesDenver Nixon - University of OxfordThe Social' and Justice in the Age of MobilityEnglish

Exploring the Intersection of Disability and Masculinity - Monday, June 3rd - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 Sexual Identity and Disability: Understanding Economic Disadvantage through an Intersectional LensMichelle Maroto - University of Alberta Exploring the Intersection of Disability and MasculinityEnglish
ANGU 292 Refashioning Disabled Masculinity: New Understandings of Disabled Men's Gender Practices Through Fashion Ben Barry - Ryerson UniversityExploring the Intersection of Disability and MasculinityEnglish
ANGU 292 The Madness of Queer Masculinities Online: Queer Attachments and the Construction of HomorationalityAdam Davies - Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of TorontoExploring the Intersection of Disability and MasculinityEnglish

Omnibus: Health and Mental Health Issues - Monday, June 3rd - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 235 Deceased organ donation and the ethics of sustainabilityAmanda van Beinum - Carleton UniversityOmnibusEnglish
ANGU 235 Socioeconomic Status and Mood Disorder among Canadians Aged 15 Years and Older: Evidence from the 2012 Canadian Community Health Survey Toufica Sultana - University of Saskatchewan OmnibusEnglish
ANGU 235 Failure to Feed: Women's Experiences of Unsuccessful Breastfeeding and the Implications for Health Promotion Practice Lauren Harrison - University of Waterloo OmnibusEnglish

Omnibus: Perspectives on education and academia - Monday, June 3rd - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 434 Chasing the Limelight: An Exploratory Multivariate Analysis of Academic Prestige in Sociology From 1920-1960Tucker Farris - University of VictoriaOmnibusEnglish
ANGU 434 Under Revision: The 'Hows and Whys' of Revising an Existing Open Educational Resource for Course and Program FitRebecca Yoshizawa - Kwantlen Polytechnic UniversityOmnibusEnglish
ANGU 434 Secularization in Modern Religious SchoolsFateme Ejaredar - University of TehranOmnibusEnglish
ANGU 434 Challenging Mentoring Perspectives of Graduate Students for the 21st Century WorkplaceCindy Sinclair - Ontairo Institute for Studies in Education, University of TorontoOmnibusEnglish
ANGU 434 Running the gauntlet: a doctoral journey into academia Lee Hill - University of Cape TownOmnibusEnglish

Post Graduate Blues: Figuring Out What's Next

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LSK 201 Post Graduate Blues: Figuring Out What's Next

Circles of Feminist Conversations: Confronting Colonialism - Monday, June 3rd - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 Changing and interrogating women's labour within child welfare: An examination of managerialism, neoliberalism and competitionPatricia Johnston - University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) Circles of Feminist Conversations Solidarities and Social Movements for Change beyond PatriarchyEnglish
ANGU 435 The Colonized/Colonizer Complex: Towards theorizing immigrants within Canada's settler colonialism Khulud Baig - Native Women's Association of CanadaCircles of Feminist Conversations Solidarities and Social Movements for Change beyond PatriarchyEnglish
ANGU 435 Se reconstruire par la dénonciation: le cas des survivantes autochtones en contexte québécois Mazarine Lainé - Université d'Ottawa Circles of Feminist Conversations Solidarities and Social Movements for Change beyond PatriarchyFrench

Work and Family Life - Monday, June 3rd - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) Parental Happiness Gap: The Role of Mismatch between Gender Role Ideology and Work ArrangementsJulia Ingenfeld - University of TorontoWork and Family LifeEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Work satisfaction in a rapidly feminized profession: Assessing the intersection of gender, work and family among veterinary doctors. Tom Buchanan - Mount Royal UniversityWork and Family LifeEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Informal multigenerational care within mixed legal status families: the case of senior Iranian women in CanadaBahar Hashemi - university of TorontoWork and Family LifeEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) From universal "cost" to universal "access" to childcare services: the quiet dismantling of Québec's 1997 work and family policySophie Mathieu - Brock UniversityWork and Family LifeEnglish

Social Relations in Canadian Institutions: Uncovering and Measuring Discrimination - Monday, June 3rd - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 339 The Defence Team Diversity and Inclusion Measure (DTDIM): Exploring inclusion through intersectional diversity and workplace practices Vincent Giroux-Lalonde - Director General of Military Personnel Research and AnalysisSocial Relations in Canadian Institutions: Uncovering and Measuring DiscriminationEnglish
ANGU 339 The Policing of Young MotherhoodAmber-Lee Varadi - Brock UniversitySocial Relations in Canadian Institutions: Uncovering and Measuring DiscriminationEnglish
ANGU 339 Lived Knowledges and Data: Methodological Questions on Bridging Lived Experiences of Marginalization and Institutional "Facts"Jayne Malenfant - McGill UniversitySocial Relations in Canadian Institutions: Uncovering and Measuring DiscriminationEnglish, French
ANGU 339 The Discrimination of Homeless & At-risk Youth Within the Education System Charlotte Smith - Carleton UniversitySocial Relations in Canadian Institutions: Uncovering and Measuring DiscriminationEnglish
ANGU 339 Weight discrimination in healthcare: when well intentioned stigma reduction efforts miss the markEkaterina (Kat) Huybregts - Carleton UniversitySocial Relations in Canadian Institutions: Uncovering and Measuring DiscriminationEnglish

Increasing Indigenous involvement in management: Meeting the demands of the 21st Century - Monday, June 3rd - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 434 The Cost-Benefits of a Mine in Canada's North: The Faro Mine from a Sociological PerspectiveChris Southcott - Lakehead UniversityIncreasing Indigenous involvement in natural resources management Meeting the demands of the 21st CenturyEnglish
ANGU 434 Reclaiming First Nation Lands and Forests: A Northern Ontario Case StudySatenia Zimmermann - Lakehead UniversityIncreasing Indigenous involvement in natural resources management Meeting the demands of the 21st CenturyEnglish
ANGU 434 Reimagining Delivery of Health Services in Rural Communities in the 21st Century: The Power of the Politics of BelongingGary Machan - Independent ResearcherIncreasing Indigenous involvement in natural resources management Meeting the demands of the 21st CenturyEnglish

Sociology of Science and Technology II: Technoscience, Policing, and Security - Monday, June 3rd - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 354 Distributing "reference": Moving images and ideas in architectural educationArlene Oak - University of AlbertaSociology of Science and TechnologyEnglish
ANGU 354 Media Securitizer and The "China-Threat"-Ascension, Peak, and Downfall Francois Lach - UBCSociology of Science and TechnologyEnglish
ANGU 354 From Iran's Cultural Revolution to the Islamic Technoscience (1980-1988)Ata Heshmati - University of British ColumbiaSociology of Science and TechnologyEnglish
ANGU 354 Mobile Data Collection in the Age of Big Data: The role of drones in contemporary surveillance assemblages and risk managementCiara Bracken-Roche - University of OttawaSociology of Science and TechnologyEnglish

Violence and Society II: International examinations of intimate partner and sexual violence - Monday, June 3rd - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 347 Sexual Prejudice and Perspectives in Fiji: Examining the relationships between views on rape myths, homonegativity, and domestic violence Tanya Trussler - Mount Royal UniversityViolence & SocietyEnglish
ANGU 347 Intimate Partner Violence and Its Impact on Women Health: A Study of Violence Against Women Centre, Multan, PakistanKamran Ishfaq - Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan, PakistanViolence & SocietyEnglish
ANGU 347 Exploring the diverse connections between multi-level factors and different types of intimate partner violence: Applying an ecological framework to studying IPV in sub-Saharan Africa Amy Peirone - University of WindsorViolence & SocietyEnglish
ANGU 347 An analytical study of the phenomenon; Honor Killing of women in the region of South Punjab PakistanFarhat Zafar - The Women University, Multan, PakistanViolence & SocietyEnglish
ANGU 347 Experience of Sexual Violence among Married Women: Qualitative Evidence from Ghana Gervin Apatinga - Memorial UniversityViolence & SocietyEnglish

Race and Ethnicity II: Pardon Me, that’s My Seat: Navigating Through Racialized Spaces - Monday, June 3rd - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 335 Educational Space and Place: Conceptualizing works surrounding racialized space in an educational contextErica Thomson - The University of British Columbia Okanagan Race and Ethnicity Open Call English
ANGU 335 Determinants of "appropriate" police behaviour towards citizens: Is police misconduct more likely against radicalized minorities.Jason Carmichael - McGill UniversityRace and Ethnicity Open Call English
ANGU 335 Uneven geographies: The (un)mapping of Blackness in EducationBeatrice Anane-Bediakoh - York UniversityRace and Ethnicity Open Call English
ANGU 335 Hidden in Plainview - The Missing Pages of the Cultural History and Knowledges of AfricvilleKim Borden Penney - University of TorontoRace and Ethnicity Open Call English

Visual Circles of Conversation II - Monday, June 3rd - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 Anthropocene, Images, and Consequences of Oil Production in NigeriaAkintunde Akinleye - Carleton University, OttawaVisual Circles of Conversation English
ANGU 293 Pushing The Boundaries: Sketching As A Reflexive Interpretive ToolClara Juando-Prats - Applied Health Research Center, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute ; Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto Visual Circles of Conversation English
ANGU 293 Brokered dialogue: Illuminating interests and interactions through film-based researchJanet Parsons - Applied Health Research Centre, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, St. Michael's HospitalVisual Circles of Conversation English
ANGU 293 Transgender Reclamation of Gendered Childhood Through Age-Play; Emergent Narratives with PhotovoiceGloria Johnston - University of New BrunswickVisual Circles of Conversation English

The Age of Extremes: Historical and Sociological Perspectives on the Rise of Populism, Nationalism, and Authoritarian States. - Monday, June 3rd - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 235 Politicizing the Sacred, or Sacralizing the Political? Theorizing the Populism-Religion NexusEmily Laxer - Glendon College, York UniversityThe Age of Extremes Historical and Sociological Perspectives on the Rise of Populism, Nationalism, and Authoritarian States.English
ANGU 235 Toward an Understanding of Populism as Gendered Performance: Janus-faces Masculinity in the Leadership of Vladimir Putin and ReceptBetul Eksi - Harvard UniversityThe Age of Extremes Historical and Sociological Perspectives on the Rise of Populism, Nationalism, and Authoritarian States.English
ANGU 235 The Colonial Roots of Ethnic ExtremismMatthew Lange - McGillThe Age of Extremes Historical and Sociological Perspectives on the Rise of Populism, Nationalism, and Authoritarian States.English
ANGU 235 Looking Back, and Thinking Ahead: Towards a New Understanding of (the 'New') NationalismDalibor Misina - Lakehead UniversityThe Age of Extremes Historical and Sociological Perspectives on the Rise of Populism, Nationalism, and Authoritarian States.English

Education and Social Justice in the Age of Neoliberalism I - Monday, June 3rd - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 Fighting for a Better University: Lessons from the 143-day Strike at York UniversityDevin Clancy - York UniversityEducation and Social Justice in the Age of Neoliberalism Challenges and PossibilitiesEnglish
ANGU 437 Working at the "Edu-Factory": Academic Labour and the Neoliberal University Alexandru Caldararu - NorQuest CollegeEducation and Social Justice in the Age of Neoliberalism Challenges and PossibilitiesEnglish
ANGU 437 Supporting the Ivory Tower: The Impact of Teaching Assistant Duties on their Wellbeing and Academic ProgressNicole Malette - The University of British ColumbiaEducation and Social Justice in the Age of Neoliberalism Challenges and PossibilitiesEnglish
ANGU 437 Social Justice and Global Citizenship Education: Challenges and Pedagogical StrategiesZabedia Nazim - Centennial CollegeEducation and Social Justice in the Age of Neoliberalism Challenges and PossibilitiesEnglish
ANGU 437 Displacing Knowledge in the Name of National Security: The Case of TurkeyGülden Özcan - University of LethbridgeEducation and Social Justice in the Age of Neoliberalism Challenges and PossibilitiesEnglish

Care, Work, Equality, Intersectionality Reimagining Parental Leave, Child Care, and Workplace Polices for Canadian Families

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 Care, Work, Equality, Intersectionality Reimagining Parental Leave, Child Care, and Workplace Polices for Canadian Families

Gender, Health-Care and Care Work - Monday, June 3rd - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 Funding Nurse Researchers of the Future: Considering Gendered Impacts on Graduate Students in the Era of #TimesUpPaisly Symenuk - University of British ColumbiaWomen, Gender, Work, and Labour Market PoliciesEnglish
ANGU 435 Social Reproduction Under Late Capitalism: An Examination of Privatization of Healthcare in Ontario (1995-2018)Gizem Çakmak - York UniversityWomen, Gender, Work, and Labour Market PoliciesEnglish
ANGU 435 Violence Against Staff Working in HealthcareMargaret Keith - University of WindsorWomen, Gender, Work, and Labour Market PoliciesEnglish
ANGU 435 Gender, Gulf, and the Migrant Care EconomyJolin Joseph - York UniversityWomen, Gender, Work, and Labour Market PoliciesEnglish

Theories and Practices of Disability Studies in Education I - Monday, June 3rd - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 The myth of better: Transforming curriculum through disability studies and decolonialityMaria Karmiris - Univeristy of TorontoTheories and Practices of Disability Studies in Education A Call to ActionEnglish
ANGU 292 Neurodiversity in Relation: Reorienting Autism with Relational Artistic Practice Estee Klar - York UniversityTheories and Practices of Disability Studies in Education A Call to ActionEnglish
ANGU 292 Sticky Disclosures: Expanding the Catchment Webs of University Leave of Absence Policies Through Mental Health Literacy CampaignsCaroline Kovesi - York UniversityTheories and Practices of Disability Studies in Education A Call to ActionEnglish

John Porter Lecture: The Death and Life of the Single-Family House

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 John Porter Lecture: The Death and Life of the Single-Family House

Undergraduate Research Roundtable: Sexualities - Monday, June 3rd - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) Queer Experiences in Christian High SchoolsKelsey Block - University of the Fraser ValleyUndergraduate Research RoundtablesEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Queer Fear: University Students Attitudes and Perceptions Towards Queer-spectrum StudentsKeenan Schroeder - University of the Fraser ValleyUndergraduate Research RoundtablesEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Microaggressions Directed at Lesbian Women: How Self-Esteem Influences Self-InfrahumanizationEmily Wiebe - University of SaskatchewanUndergraduate Research RoundtablesEnglish

Undergraduate Research Roundtables: Media - Monday, June 3rd - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table B) The Relationship Between Social Media and School ShootingsPegah Niktash - Simon Fraser University Undergraduate Research RoundtablesEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table B) A Duty to Report: Alternative Journalism as Political Obligation to Resist and Remedy InjusticeMonica Lockett - University of LethbridgeUndergraduate Research RoundtablesEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table B) How Chinese international students accommodate Chinese online media censorshipRuoyu Xiao - University of the Fraser ValleyUndergraduate Research RoundtablesEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table B) The Morality of SuicideRita Metwally - University of the Fraser ValleyUndergraduate Research RoundtablesEnglish

Violence and Society III - Monday, June 3rd - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 347 Dismantling Silos and Reducing Systemic Violence: Unconventional Facilitation of Conversation, Community, and Collaboration among Sexual Violence ProfessionalsKiara Mikita - University of CalgaryViolence & SocietyEnglish
ANGU 347 State Legitimacy and Violence in Upper Canada and Canada West: An Analysis of the Correlates of Homicide from 1792 to 1863Andrew Dawson - York University, Glendon CampusViolence & SocietyEnglish
ANGU 347 Tales of Murder, Tears of Blood - Understanding Crimes of Violence Against Second-generation CoconutsVeronica Sudesh - Simon Fraser UniversityViolence & SocietyEnglish
ANGU 347 Reconfiguring social-structural pressures towards violence and drug-related harm: Experimental evidence of the unintended consequences of income assistance policy changeLindsey Richardson - University of British ColumbiaViolence & SocietyEnglish

Youthful Deviance in Mediated Contexts - Monday, June 3rd - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 354 Cyberbullying: An Analysis of 'Youthful Deviance' Among Emerging and Older AdultsAndrew Nevin - University of TorontoYouthful Deviance in Mediated ContextsEnglish
ANGU 354 Media and Legal Discourses around Youth Sexting in QuébecÉlisabeth Mercier - Université LavalYouthful Deviance in Mediated ContextsEnglish
ANGU 354 Authenticity in the Face of Regulation: An analysis of reactions to an online behaviour control systemAndrew Cooper - Univerity of TorontoYouthful Deviance in Mediated ContextsEnglish
ANGU 354 Youth responses to the surveillance school: The bifurcation of antagonism and confidence in surveillance among teenaged studentsMichael Adorjan - University of CalgaryYouthful Deviance in Mediated ContextsEnglish

The Right to Be Rural Citizenship Outside the City - Monday, June 3rd - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 434 Manufacturing Consent for Rural Compliance with Corporate DevelopmentMary Aspinall - University of New BrunswickThe Right to Be Rural Citizenship Outside the CityEnglish
ANGU 434 Embracing (in)difference in Atlantic Canada? Rural political citizenship in a multicultural societyRachel McLay - Dalhousie UniversityThe Right to Be Rural Citizenship Outside the CityEnglish
ANGU 434 Reproducing the rural citizen: Barriers to rural birthing and maternity care in Nova ScotiaKayla McCarney - Acadia UniversityThe Right to Be Rural Citizenship Outside the CityEnglish
ANGU 434 Thunder Bay: The Gateway City for Immigrants in Northwestern OntarioNiloufar Sadroddini - Lakehead UniversityThe Right to Be Rural Citizenship Outside the CityEnglish

Women in Gendered Workplaces - Monday, June 3rd - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 #MeToo, Take Two: Gender Equity Policy in the Finance SectorHazel Hollingdale - Yale UniversityWomen, Gender, Work, and Labour Market PoliciesEnglish
ANGU 435 "Trust us, we feed this to our kids": Women in agricultural leadership and the battle for public trust in the Canadian Agri-Food SystemJennifer Braun - The King's UniversityWomen, Gender, Work, and Labour Market PoliciesEnglish
ANGU 435 Gender Inequality and Female Representation in the High Rank Federal Executive Service Posts' in BrazilElisa Vasconcelos - Universidade Estadual de CampinasWomen, Gender, Work, and Labour Market PoliciesEnglish
ANGU 435 "People never really exit, they just kind of move on": Examining sex work involvement beyond the involved/exited binary (*working title))Laura Aylsworth - University of AlbertaWomen, Gender, Work, and Labour Market PoliciesEnglish

A Look at Educational Inequalities: K-12 - Monday, June 3rd - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 Educational Status Hierarchies, After-School Activities, and Parenting Logics: Lessons from CanadaJanice Aurini - University of WaterlooA Look at Educational Inequalities K-12English
ANGU 437 Mathematics Self Efficacy: The Role of School Characteristics and Socioeconomic StatusShahar Dangur-Levy - University of Western OntarioA Look at Educational Inequalities K-12English
ANGU 437 The Puzzles of Parental Involvement in Education: Mechanisms, Causes, and ContextsScott Davies - University of TorontoA Look at Educational Inequalities K-12English

Stratification and Inequality I: Class in Canada - Monday, June 3rd - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 339 Social Class and Income Inequality in CanadaJosh Curtis - University of CalgaryWork, Stratification and Economic Inequality Quantitative PerspectivesEnglish
ANGU 339 Class and Culture in Canadian Society: Beginnings of the Great Canadian Class Study Michelle Maroto - University of AlbertaWork, Stratification and Economic Inequality Quantitative PerspectivesEnglish
ANGU 339 Laboratories of Democracy (Thousands of Them): Public Employment and Social Welfare across the Federal SystemGregory Hooks - McMaster UniversityWork, Stratification and Economic Inequality Quantitative PerspectivesEnglish
ANGU 339 Society made me do it: How country-level conditions affect anti-social thinking across income distributionWinnifred Lee - University of CalgaryWork, Stratification and Economic Inequality Quantitative PerspectivesEnglish
ANGU 339 Class, country and critical views towards inequality: The interplay between social class and societal-level factors in determining citizens' resentment towards inequalityEdward Haddon - University of British ColumbiaWork, Stratification and Economic Inequality Quantitative PerspectivesEnglish

Comparative and Historical Sociology Theories, Debates and Contemporary Contributions I: Nations, Sovereignty and Economics - Monday, June 3rd - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 235 Sovereignty and "the nation". Reflections on the significance of Indigenous sovereignty and Inuit sovereignty in the Arctic within the framework of a multinational and polyethnic nation-statePiotr Ahmad - University of WinnipegComparative and Historical Sociology Theories, Debates and Contemporary ContributionsEnglish
ANGU 235 Fictional Endogeneity and Market Formation: the case of Islamic finance 1963 - 2017Abdullah Shahid - Cornell UniversityComparative and Historical Sociology Theories, Debates and Contemporary ContributionsEnglish
ANGU 235 Secularization and the Writing of National HistoryIan Morrison - The American University in CairoComparative and Historical Sociology Theories, Debates and Contemporary ContributionsEnglish
ANGU 235 Failures of imagination in comparative perspectiveIoana Sendroiu - University of TorontoComparative and Historical Sociology Theories, Debates and Contemporary ContributionsEnglish

Race and Ethnicity III: Oh Canada! Immigrants, Refugees and the Politics of Inclusion - Monday, June 3rd - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 335 What can the Reception of Haitian Asylum Seekers tell us about Race and Ethnicity in Canada ?Carlo CHARLES - McMaster UniversityRace and Ethnicity Open Call English, French
ANGU 335 The Discourse of Immigrant Youth on their Experience in French Minority Language Schools in Canada Diane Gérin-Lajoie - OISE, University of TorontoRace and Ethnicity Open Call English
ANGU 335 Making Middle-Class Multiculturalism: Immigration Bureaucrats and Policymaking in Postwar CanadaJennifer Elrick - McGill UniversityRace and Ethnicity Open Call English
ANGU 335 So black can't be Canadian? Where are you really from? Racial and religious discrimination towards second-generation African immigrants in Calgary.Animwaa Obeng-Akrofi - University of CalgaryRace and Ethnicity Open Call English

For the Long Haul What We Can Learn from Long-Term Indigenous-Settler Alliances

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 For the Long Haul What We Can Learn from Long-Term Indigenous-Settler Alliances

Confluences of Madness: Intersectional Explorations - Monday, June 3rd - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 Suicidism: A new conceptual framework for suicide in disability/crip/mad studiesAlexandre Baril - University of OttawaConfluences of Madness Intersectional ExplorationsEnglish
ANGU 292 Discrimination based on Family Experience and Family Support Privilege: Deepening an Intersectional AnalysisAndrea Nicki - Fairleigh Dickinson UniversityConfluences of Madness Intersectional ExplorationsEnglish
ANGU 292 Out of Place, Out of Mind: Racialized Subjectivities (and Possibilities) in Contemporary Mad PoliticsSarah Redikopp - York UniversityConfluences of Madness Intersectional ExplorationsEnglish
ANGU 292 Examining the Notions of 'Mental Illness' of Immigrant Racialized Women through Foucauldian and Postcolonial Feminist PerspectivesShahina Parvin - University of LethbridgeConfluences of Madness Intersectional ExplorationsEnglish
ANGU 292 Law, texts, and women's madness: Constructing women's madness in medical and legal text of involuntary psychiatric admissionAgnieszka Doll - McGill UniversityConfluences of Madness Intersectional ExplorationsEnglish

Cultural Sociology: Objects, Embodiment, and Materiality - Monday, June 3rd - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 A Bridge in a ForestOndine Park - MacEwan UniversityMeaning, Materiality, and Material CultureEnglish
ANGU 293 Grounding transgression, materializing ambiguity: Mundane objects and places in Purple RainArlene Oak - University of AlbertaMeaning, Materiality, and Material CultureEnglish
ANGU 293 "Stolpersteine": How a micro-monument challenges Germany's understanding of public space and Holocaust remembranceErnst Hüttl - Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU Munich)Meaning, Materiality, and Material CultureEnglish
ANGU 293 Embodiment in the Data TurnMickey Vallee - Athabasca UniversityMeaning, Materiality, and Material CultureEnglish

Women, Gender, Work, and Labour Market Policies - Monday, June 3rd - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 From Good Jobs to Precarious EmploymentJune Corman - Brock UniversityWomen, Gender, Work, and Labour Market PoliciesEnglish
ANGU 435 The gender gap in market work hours among Canadian parents: Examining essential(ist) linkages to parenting time and domestic work across the family life cycleAdian McFarlane - King's University College at Western University CanadaWomen, Gender, Work, and Labour Market PoliciesEnglish
ANGU 435 The effects of age norms on women's employmentAnne Perriard - Université de LavalWomen, Gender, Work, and Labour Market PoliciesEnglish
ANGU 435 BB See: How Transparency at the BBC Affects Public Discussions of Wage InequalityChristina Treleaven - University of British ColumbiaWomen, Gender, Work, and Labour Market PoliciesEnglish
ANGU 435 Gendered Precarity: Examining the Parallels between Early Childhood Educators and Contract Faculty in OntarioZuhra Abawi - Ryerson University Women, Gender, Work, and Labour Market PoliciesEnglish

Undergraduate Research Roundtables: Gender/Families - Monday, June 3rd - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) Competing Discourses: Masculinity and Seeking Mental Health Assistance in Canadian PolicingMaria Cruz - University of SaskatchewanUndergraduate Research RoundtablesEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) How women navigate the stigma associated with voluntary child-free. Esther Jimenez Atochero - University of the Fraser ValleyUndergraduate Research RoundtablesEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Marriage Preferences of Online Daters in Shanghai: Why Does Education Matter?Siqi Xiao - University of British ColumbiaUndergraduate Research RoundtablesEnglish

Undergraduate Research Roundtables: Applied Theory - Monday, June 3rd - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table B) Who Protects Black Girls? An Intersectional Analysis of Racialized Victimization and Gaslighting in Sexual Assault CoverageYasmin Ahmed - Western UniversityUndergraduate Research RoundtablesEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table B) Child Labour in Ghana: A Contextual Focus on an Intersectional Practice Sarah O'Toole - Trent University Undergraduate Research RoundtablesEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table B) Postsecondary Food Insecurity: The Individualization of a Public Issue Mario Koeppel - Lakehead UniversityUndergraduate Research RoundtablesEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table B) Making Meaning Count: A Phenomenological Approach to Understanding Student Meaning-Making Processes and Academic PerformanceLaura Tang - Queen's UniversityUndergraduate Research RoundtablesEnglish

Unresponsive Places Interrogating Post Secondary’s Institutions’ Stagnation in Dealing with Violence - Monday, June 3rd - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 347 Why is Black Feminist Thought Left Out of Ontario University Sexual Violence Policies?Lindsay Ostridge - Univeristy of OttawaUnresponsive Places Interrogating Post Secondary’s Institutions’ Stagnation in Dealing with ViolenceEnglish
ANGU 347 Violence, Activism and Complicity: Faculty Perspectives on Anti-sexual Violence Initiatives and PoliciesMargot Francis - Brock UniversityUnresponsive Places Interrogating Post Secondary’s Institutions’ Stagnation in Dealing with ViolenceEnglish
ANGU 347 "We're going to hold them accountable": Explaining Attrition Among Black Students in Undergraduate STEM ProgramsTianna Follwell - McMaster UniversityUnresponsive Places Interrogating Post Secondary’s Institutions’ Stagnation in Dealing with ViolenceEnglish
ANGU 347 The possibilities and limitations of intersectional approaches to sexual violence at Canadian universitiesEmily Colpitts - York UniversityUnresponsive Places Interrogating Post Secondary’s Institutions’ Stagnation in Dealing with ViolenceEnglish
ANGU 347 60 days in the life of a student: A daily e-dairy study into unwanted sexual contact and mental health on a Canadian campusKatelin Albert - University of Toronto, Scarborough

Erik Schneiderhan - University of Toronto
Unresponsive Places Interrogating Post Secondary’s Institutions’ Stagnation in Dealing with ViolenceEnglish

Dating in the Digital Age: Sociological Studies of Digital Sexual Spaces - Monday, June 3rd - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 354 Swiping, Snapping and Online Stalking: Navigating Risks in the Digital Spaces of University Hookup CultureNicole Andrejek - McMaster UniversityDating in the Digital Age Sociological Studies of Digital Sexual SpacesEnglish
ANGU 354 Rendezvous via Skype? Theorising Virtually Mediated Long-Distance Relationships in Modern Times Using Skype as an ExampleCharlotte Nell - University of Toronto Dating in the Digital Age Sociological Studies of Digital Sexual SpacesEnglish
ANGU 354 Coming Out Online and On Campus: An Intersectional Analysis of Identity WorkIan Callahan - University at Albany (SUNY)Dating in the Digital Age Sociological Studies of Digital Sexual SpacesEnglish
ANGU 354 Understanding the Impact of Information Communication Technologies and the Relational Operation of Power in Commercial Sexual FieldsChris Atchison - University of British ColumbiaDating in the Digital Age Sociological Studies of Digital Sexual SpacesEnglish

Reshaping the Rural Economy - Monday, June 3rd - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 434 Reimagining craftsmanship for community developmentJohn Parkins - University of AlbertaThe Creative Rural EconomyEnglish
ANGU 434 Climate Change and Rural Citizenship: The Case of Small fishers in Chilika, IndiaPallavi Das - Lakehead UniversityThe Creative Rural EconomyEnglish
ANGU 434 Rural Citizenship and Precarious Status: Place-based Rights and Migrant Agricultural Workers in CanadaSaara Liinamaa - University of GuelphThe Creative Rural EconomyEnglish
ANGU 434 Crafting livelihoods and conserving farmland: Young agrarians and hard ciderAnelyse Weiler - University of TorontoThe Creative Rural EconomyEnglish

Educational Innovations in the 21st century - Monday, June 3rd - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 Pre-service teachers' attitudes and projections: Responding to cyber-risk in their classroomsMichael Adorjan - University of CalgaryEducational Innovations in the 21st centuryEnglish
ANGU 437 How do Education Innovations Diffuse and Persist?: Strong Ties and Classroom-Integrated Robotics Janice Aurini - University of WaterlooEducational Innovations in the 21st centuryEnglish
ANGU 437 Crafting minds: the psychopolitics of Minecraft educationCurtis Riep - University of AlbertaEducational Innovations in the 21st centuryEnglish
ANGU 437 ACTIVE TEAM-BASED LEARNING: An innovative approach to education Nancy-Angel Doetzel - Mount Royal UniversityEducational Innovations in the 21st centuryEnglish
ANGU 437 Theorizing the Diffusion of Teaching Innovation in Higher EducationAnastasia Kulpa - MacEwan UniversityEducational Innovations in the 21st centuryEnglish

Stratification and Inequality II: Mobility and Employment - Monday, June 3rd - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 339 Pathways for the intergenerational transmission of permanent income in CanadaXavier St. Denis - Statistics Canada

Gaelle Simard-Duplain - University of British Columbia
Work, Stratification and Economic Inequality Quantitative PerspectivesEnglish
ANGU 339 Intergenerational Mobility in the US: The Role of Accessible EducationRobert Andersen - Western UniversityWork, Stratification and Economic Inequality Quantitative PerspectivesEnglish
ANGU 339 Social Mobility and Attitudes toward Government Spending in Cross-National Perspective: The Competing Importance of Individual and Country-Level Factors, 1996-2016Josh Curtis - University of CalgaryWork, Stratification and Economic Inequality Quantitative PerspectivesEnglish
ANGU 339 Bonus or Burden? Care Work, Inequality and Job Satisfaction in Eighteen European CountriesNaomi Lightman - University of CalgaryWork, Stratification and Economic Inequality Quantitative PerspectivesEnglish

Comparative and Historical Sociology Theories, Debates and Contemporary Contributions II: Power, Politics and Violence - Monday, June 3rd - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 235 Ethnic Violence and Women in Assam- An Empirical StudyJahnabi Deka - Indian Institute of Dalit StudiesComparative and Historical Sociology Theories, Debates and Contemporary ContributionsEnglish
ANGU 235 Tearing up Empire: The Military Disintegration of the Soviet UnionLuyang Zhou - Brown UniversityComparative and Historical Sociology Theories, Debates and Contemporary ContributionsEnglish
ANGU 235 Postcolonial Politics and Poetics in Lahore's Pak Tea House during the Zia Military Dictatorship (1977-1988)Kristin Plys - University of TorontoComparative and Historical Sociology Theories, Debates and Contemporary ContributionsEnglish
ANGU 235 The Exception Confirms the Force: Worker's Strikes and State Violence in 19th Century QuebecGuillaume Durou - University of AlbertaComparative and Historical Sociology Theories, Debates and Contemporary ContributionsEnglish

Race and Ethnicity IV: Macro-sociological Processes and Identity Formation - Monday, June 3rd - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 335 Islamophobia: An Iranian Experience Shirin Khayambashi - McMaster UniversityRace and Ethnicity Open Call English
ANGU 335 Indigenous Survivance: Media Representations of Indigenous Authenticity and the Reclamation of Indigenous IdentityFerdouse Asefi - University of TorontoRace and Ethnicity Open Call English
ANGU 335 Identity and Ethnicity: Tales of War Victims who were resettled in CanadaAmal Madibbo - University of CalgaryRace and Ethnicity Open Call English
ANGU 335 Shifting African Immigrant Caregiver Perceptions in Vancouver, BC: Of Afropolitan Consciousness and AnalysisMaureen Kihika - Simon Fraser UniversityRace and Ethnicity Open Call English

The Sociology of Fossil Fuels: A Glimpse into Power, Politics and Inequality in Canada

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 The Sociology of Fossil Fuels: A Glimpse into Power, Politics and Inequality in Canada

Theories and Practices of Disability Studies in Education II - Monday, June 3rd - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 The Astonishing Absence of Disability Studies in Education in Canada: A Call to Critical ConversationPatty Douglas - Brandon UniversityTheories and Practices of Disability Studies in Education A Call to ActionEnglish
ANGU 292 "When You Have A Physical Disability, You Become A Magnet For Other People's Stories.": Thinking About the Social Position of Disability, When You're the Professor and Disabled. Samantha Walsh - University of Toronto -OISE Theories and Practices of Disability Studies in Education A Call to ActionEnglish
ANGU 292 Inclusive Education in Ontario 2008-2018: Exploring the social context around the right to inclusive educationKate Butler - MaytreeTheories and Practices of Disability Studies in Education A Call to ActionEnglish

Consumption and Material Culture - Monday, June 3rd - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 "Enjoy Your Experience": On Becoming a State Cannabis UserPatricia Cormack - St. Francis Xavier UniversityMeaning, Materiality, and Material CultureEnglish
ANGU 293 Morality is the Message: Cultural Intermediaries in A&E's HoardersTiffany Hall - University of ManitobaMeaning, Materiality, and Material CultureEnglish
ANGU 293 The 'Practice Turn' and the Sociology of Sustainable ConsumptionDennis Soron - Brock UniversityMeaning, Materiality, and Material CultureEnglish
ANGU 293 On Paper: the Evaluation of Material Affordances by Paper-Based HobbyistsLance Stewart - University of TorontoMeaning, Materiality, and Material CultureEnglish

Beheading the Saint: Nationalism, Religion and Secularism in Quebec

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 Beheading the Saint: Nationalism, Religion and Secularism in Quebec

UBC Department of Sociology Welcome Reception

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LIU 130 UBC Department of Sociology Welcome Reception

Tuesday, June 4

Hidden realities of men’s and boys’ victimization - Tuesday, June 4th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 434 The Elevated Risk of Intimate Partner Violence among Persons with Mental Health-Related Disabilities in CanadaDouglas Brownridge - Univeristy of ManitobaHidden realities of men’s and boys’ victimizationEnglish
ANGU 434 The Patterns of Violent Victimization in Spousal Relationship in Canada and Their Association to Men's and Women's Help-Seeking Experiences Alexandra Lysova - Simon Fraser University Hidden realities of men’s and boys’ victimizationEnglish
ANGU 434 Experiences of Physical and Psychological Violence Against Male Victims in Canada: A Qualitative StudyEugene Dim - University of TorontoHidden realities of men’s and boys’ victimizationEnglish
ANGU 434 ACB Young Men & Their Ties to Canadian Social CitizenshipWarren Clarke - Carleton University Hidden realities of men’s and boys’ victimizationEnglish

When is it race or religion? - Tuesday, June 4th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 Racism and religious discrimination: commonalities and differencesXavier Scott - Seneca College...when is it race Or religion English
ANGU 435 Anti-Muslim Surveillance in CanadaBaljit Nagra - University of Ottawa ...when is it race Or religion English
ANGU 435 Race, Martyrdom and the Public Memorialization of Mewa Singh in British ColumbiaBonar Buffam - University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus...when is it race Or religion English
ANGU 435 Collective Memory and the Boundaries of Jewish WhitenessJoshua Harold - University of Toronto...when is it race Or religion English

Social Inequality and Policy Implications I: Inequality, Education Policy, and the Wellbeing of Children - Tuesday, June 4th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 Upgrading and high school equivalency in the Aboriginal population living off reserve: Findings from the 2017 Aboriginal Peoples SurveyVivian O'Donnell - Statistics CanadaSocial Inequality and Policy ImplicationsEnglish
ANGU 437 Urbanization and structure of educational inequalities in China and Mexico Lukasz Czarnecki - UNAMSocial Inequality and Policy ImplicationsEnglish
ANGU 437 It's not just helping your kid with homework anymore": Comparing Parents' and Teachers' Understanding of Parent Engagement in Ontario in Light of Educational PolicyCathlene Hillier - Nipissing UniversitySocial Inequality and Policy ImplicationsEnglish
ANGU 437 Fighting Child Labor and Social Policy in Bangladesh Saima Jaba - Asian University for Women Social Inequality and Policy ImplicationsEnglish
ANGU 437 Child Well-being and the Welfare State: Three Pillars of SupportGregg Olsen - University of MANITOBASocial Inequality and Policy ImplicationsEnglish

Sociological Perspectives on Disability II: Roundtable - Tuesday, June 4th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) Survival as embodied and gendered actionValérie Grand'Maison - University of GuelphSociological Perspectives on DisabilityEnglish, French
DLAM 005 (Table A) Healthism in the Fat Acceptance Movement: Insights from Critical Disability StudiesEkaterina Huybregts - Carleton UniversitySociological Perspectives on DisabilityEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Affirming 'Impairments in this Neoliberal Age James Overboe - Wilfrid Laurier UniversitySociological Perspectives on DisabilityEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Reporting Methodology for the Proportion of Students with Disabilities at Ontario Postsecondary Institutions: A Secondary Data AnalysisBrittany Gottvald - McMaster UniversityTheories and Practices of Disability Studies in Education A Call to ActionEnglish

Whatever Happened to the Sociology of Organizations?

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 Whatever Happened to the Sociology of Organizations?

Circles of Feminist Conversations: Ecofeminisms - Tuesday, June 4th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 347 Écoféminisme et formation en travail social: quels espaces de réflexion?Jeanne Dagenais-Lespérance - Université de MontréalCircles of Feminist Conversations Solidarities and Social Movements for Change beyond PatriarchyFrench
ANGU 347 The Decolonizing Power of Ecofeminism: An Ecofeminist Reading of Edward Said's Orientalism Rezvaneh Erfani Hossein Pour - University of AlbertaCircles of Feminist Conversations Solidarities and Social Movements for Change beyond PatriarchyEnglish
ANGU 347 Imagining the end of Capitalism: Ecofeminist Imaginaries and Prefiguration for a Future of Multispecies FlourishingChelsea Power - University of VictoriaCircles of Feminist Conversations Solidarities and Social Movements for Change beyond PatriarchyEnglish

Internet, Technology, and Society: General Topics - Tuesday, June 4th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 237 Browsing Alone, Trusting Each Other; Internet News and Social Trust in the 2013 Canadian GSS Kaspars Mikelsteins - University of TorontoInternet, Technology, and Society English
ANGU 237 The Neglected Victims of Identity Fraud in the United States: The Relationship Between Demographics and Suffering Personal Financial LossDylan Reynolds - University of GuelphInternet, Technology, and Society English
ANGU 237 Facebook, News, and You: A Study of Tailored Online ContentKennedy Novak - University of CalgaryInternet, Technology, and Society English
ANGU 237 Marriage Preferences of Online Daters in Shanghai: Why Does Education Matter?Siqi Xiao - University of British ColumbiaInternet, Technology, and Society English

Transnational Families, Gender, and Social Reproduction - Tuesday, June 4th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 Securitizing the Canadian Family through Citizenship: The Boundaries of Reproductive GovernmentalityMary Jessome - Carleton UniversityTransnational Families, Gender, and Social ReproductionEnglish
ANGU 292 Transnational dimensions of social reproduction: The case of Georgian migrant women in TurkeySERPERI SEVGUR - DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITYTransnational Families, Gender, and Social ReproductionEnglish
ANGU 292 The Role of Grandparents in Multigenerational Canadian Immigrant Households Nancy Mandell - 1949Transnational Families, Gender, and Social ReproductionEnglish
ANGU 292 Twice Migrated South Asians in CanadaTania Das Gupta - York UniversityTransnational Families, Gender, and Social ReproductionEnglish
ANGU 292 Transnational Migration and Social Reproduction Within Chinese Immigrant Families in CanadaGuida Man - York UniversityTransnational Families, Gender, and Social ReproductionEnglish

Relational Sociology and Methodology II - Tuesday, June 4th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 Reflexive Politics as a Relational Approach to Democracy and the Rule of LawMonica Sanchez-Flores - Thompson Rivers UniversityConceptualizing and applying relational sociologyEnglish
ANGU 293 Overcoming substantialism through methodology not methodsScot Eacott - UNSW SydneyRelational sociology and methodologyEnglish
ANGU 293 Towards a Relational Turn in Governing Wicked ProblemsPeeter Selg - Tallinn UniversityConceptualizing and applying relational sociologyEnglish
ANGU 293 Relational sociology as medial sociologyJean-Sebastien Guy - Dalhousie UniversityConceptualizing and applying relational sociologyEnglish

Courses in Applied Sociology I: It’s about time! - Tuesday, June 4th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 296 Taking sociology beyond the classroom: A first step into Community Engaged LearningBruce Ravelli - University of VictoriaCourses in Applied Sociology: It’s about timeEnglish
ANGU 296 Teaching applied sociology with limited time and resources: Chronicles of a sessional instructor Aryana Soliz - Concordia University, MontréalCourses in Applied Sociology: It’s about timeEnglish
ANGU 296 Community-Engaged Learning: One Student's Journey Beyond the ClassroomAlexandra Haupt - University of VictoriaCourses in Applied Sociology: It’s about timeEnglish
ANGU 296 Using Community-Service Learning to Engage the Environmental Sociological ImaginationKen Caine - University of AlbertaCourses in Applied Sociology: It’s about timeEnglish
ANGU 296 Sociological Imaginations: Alumni Interviews in a large First Year Sociology Course Neil Armitage - UBC, VancouverCourses in Applied Sociology: It’s about timeEnglish

Women's Health Circles I: Experiences and Narratives - Tuesday, June 4th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 335 Fostering Empathic Solidarity: Destigmatizing Abortion in CanadaJaime Nikolaou - University of TorontoWomen's Health CirclesEnglish
ANGU 335 Fatphobia in health care: An exploration of women's experiences with primary care providers Kelsey Ioannoni - York University Women's Health CirclesEnglish
ANGU 335 "Dear Magnolia…..Nobody Really Understands….What Can I Do?" : Reflections on a Perimenopausal Blog as Social Support Gillian Anderson - Vancouver Island UniversityWomen's Health CirclesEnglish

Work, Professions and Occupations II: Professions - Tuesday, June 4th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 354 Supportive Relations in a Feminized Occupation: How Male and Female Veterinarians CompareJean Wallace - University of CalgaryWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 Motivations and Experience of Physicians who choose Walk-In Clinic WorkKristin Atwood - IndependentWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 TESTING THE LEHMAN SISTERS' HYPOTHESIS: GENDER, PROFESSIONALS, AND RISK IN THE FINANCE SECTORHazel Hollingdale - Yale UniversityWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 The Professionalization of Immigration Consulting in CanadaVic Satzewich - McMaster UniversityWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 The Changing Landscape of Teacher Professionalism: The case of Ontario Theresa Shanahan - York UniversityWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English

Work, Professions and Occupations V - Tuesday, June 4th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 354 Trends in the reported working hours of Canadian academics: Findings from the 1987 to 2016 Labour Force Surveys.Muriel Mellow - University of Lethbridge Work, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 Down Time: Work & Leisure in the Halifax Restaurant Industry Kristopher George - Dalhousie UniversityWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 The Winners and Losers of the Platform Economy: Who participates and why?Lyn Hoang - University of Western OntarioWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 Gendered experiences of bullying using the Workplace Power Control Wheel: Results of a large pilot test. Hannah Scott - University of Ontario Institute of TechnologyWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 "I don't feel like I'm asking people for money": Professional fundraising as a vocationMary-Beth Raddon - Brock UniversityWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English

Social Inequality and Policy Implications II: Vulnerable Social Groups' Lives and Policy Issues - Tuesday, June 4th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 Gender equality in Politics in developing countries : the case study of NepalHari Dhakal - Gaulochan International Trading Pvt. Ltd, KathmanduSocial Inequality and Policy ImplicationsEnglish
ANGU 437 Critical Issues in Eldercare and Policy ImplicationsWeizhen Dong - University of WaterlooSocial Inequality and Policy ImplicationsEnglish
ANGU 437 Non-housing Outcomes: Using Wellbeing Measures in the Affordable Housing Sector Esther de Vos - Royal Roads UniversitySocial Inequality and Policy ImplicationsEnglish
ANGU 437 Housing First as a Mechanism of Abeyance: A Study Investigating the Homeless Population's Quest for Space in the Neoliberal CityChris Kohut - Univeristy of TorontoSocial Inequality and Policy ImplicationsEnglish
ANGU 437 Provincial-level Economic Conditions and Immigrant Income Inequality: How Macro-level Conditions in Canada Worsen Immigrant Earnings, 1996-2011JOSHUA CURTIS - University of CalgarySocial Inequality and Policy ImplicationsEnglish
ANGU 437 Structural Exposures Linked To Income Assistance Instability Among People Who Use Illicit DrugsAllison Laing - University of British ColumbiaSocial Inequality and Policy ImplicationsEnglish

Sociological Perspectives on Disability I - Tuesday, June 4th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) Collective Actions for the Disability Rights among Disable People in Nigeria: The Prerogative of the Enforcement BillSunday Ogunjimi - Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State, NigeriaSociological Perspectives on DisabilityEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) One Size Doesn't Fit All: An Exploration of Blog Posts about Autism Interventions Abneet Atwal - Brock UniversitySociological Perspectives on DisabilityEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) A New Form of Bourdieusian Capital: 'Spoons' As Units of ExertionElizabeth Patitsas - McGill UniversitySociological Perspectives on DisabilityEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Sexual Access and the Experiences of Adults with Intellectual Disabilities in Entering Sexual FieldsAlan Santinele Martino - McMaster UniversitySociological Perspectives on DisabilityEnglish

From the Trenches: Is Academic Intersectional Feminism Challenging the Heart of the Women’s Movement - Tuesday, June 4th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 347 Pursuing Equity: How Female Academics are Challenging Gender Norms and Reshaping University Culture in GhanaSarah Vanderveer - Simon Fraser UniversityFrom the Trenches: Is Academic Intersectional Feminism Challenging the Heart of the Women’s MovementEnglish
ANGU 347 Academic Intersectional Feminism & Safe Spaces for Women - an autoethnographic case studyMarcia Braundy - University of British ColumbiaFrom the Trenches: Is Academic Intersectional Feminism Challenging the Heart of the Women’s MovementEnglish
ANGU 347 Nevertheless, They Persist: Women, Anger, and Gender RolesReema Faris - Simon Fraser UniversityFrom the Trenches: Is Academic Intersectional Feminism Challenging the Heart of the Women’s MovementEnglish
ANGU 347 Journalism and #metoo: Working as a Female Journalist in CanadaAndrea Hunter - Concordia UniversityFrom the Trenches: Is Academic Intersectional Feminism Challenging the Heart of the Women’s MovementEnglish

School Choice and Organizations in Education - Tuesday, June 4th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 237 Pierre Bourdieu in School Choice Research: New Possibilities  Ee-Seul Yoon - University of ManitobaSchool Choice and Organizations in EducationEnglish
ANGU 237 University dreams are made of these: exploring the role of social capital in the postsecondary decision-making process of a group of at-risk Canadian studentsRod Missaghian - University of WaterlooSchool Choice and Organizations in EducationEnglish
ANGU 237 Where's my Earnings Advantage? An Analysis of the Early Labour Market Earnings of STEM and Bilingual University GraduatesBrad Seward - University of TorontoSchool Choice and Organizations in EducationEnglish
ANGU 237 Can Beggars be Choosers? Cultural Matching and Private Schools' Admissions DecisionsJean-Francois Nault - University of TorontoSchool Choice and Organizations in EducationEnglish

What’s missing from Parenting Culture Studies? The racial politics of contemporary parenting discourse - Tuesday, June 4th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 Parenting Culture Studies: Looking back, looking forwards Charlotte Faircloth - UCLWhat’s missing from Parenting Culture Studies? The racial politics of contemporary parenting discourseEnglish
ANGU 292 "I've invested in him": AP, race and the good citizen/parentPatricia Hamilton - Stellenbosch UniversityWhat’s missing from Parenting Culture Studies? The racial politics of contemporary parenting discourseEnglish
ANGU 292 Carceral Medicine: Medicalizing and Criminalizing the Black Mother.Alex Campbell - University of New EnglandWhat’s missing from Parenting Culture Studies? The racial politics of contemporary parenting discourseEnglish
ANGU 292 Family Criminalization: Race, Public Policy, and the Intensification of Parenting Sinikka Elliott - University of British ColumbiaWhat’s missing from Parenting Culture Studies? The racial politics of contemporary parenting discourseEnglish
ANGU 292 A Critical Race Perspective on Time Diary Research: Mothers' Time with Children RevisitedMelissa Milkie - University of TorontoWhat’s missing from Parenting Culture Studies? The racial politics of contemporary parenting discourseEnglish

Relational sociology and methodology I - Tuesday, June 4th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 Enacting objects and subjects in a neuromuscular clinicPatty Thille - University of ManitobaRelational sociology and methodologyEnglish
ANGU 293 Incredulous Onlookers and the Miracle of Social Levitation: A Relational Account of the Charismatic Performance of Donald TrumpPaul Joosse - University of Hong KongRelational sociology and methodologyEnglish
ANGU 293 Object-Oriented Sociology: Simmelating Social RelationsThomas Kemple - The University of British ColumbiaRelational sociology and methodologyEnglish
ANGU 293 "Let's Play" with Relational Sociology: Autoethnographically Exploring the Resolution of Alienation through Participation in Video Game Culture.Sonja Sapach - University of AlbertaRelational sociology and methodologyEnglish
ANGU 293 How talk reveals relational structures of powerPeter McMahan - McGill UniversityRelational sociology and methodologyEnglish

Courses in Applied Sociology II: It’s about time! - Tuesday, June 4th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 296 Experiential Learning with a Community PartnerDeborah Woodman - Algoma University

Michael Graydon - Algoma University
Courses in Applied Sociology: It’s about timeEnglish
ANGU 296 Engaged Sociology Students: Community Engaged Learning (CEL) Meets Ideas, Connections and Extensions (ICE)Mavis Morton - University of GuelphCourses in Applied Sociology: It’s about timeEnglish
ANGU 296 Everything is Data: Active(ly) Learning EthnographyJaime Nikolaou - University of TorontoCourses in Applied Sociology: It’s about timeEnglish
ANGU 296 Exploring Community Based Teaching as Pedagogical Practice through the Recipe Exchange Project and Service LearningBarbara Parker - Lakehead UniversityCourses in Applied Sociology: It’s about timeEnglish

Women's Health Circles II: Social and Structural Factors - Tuesday, June 4th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 335 Examining the effects of individual and neighborhood wealth status on hypertension among women in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana: A multi-level analysisEmmanuel Banchani - Memorial UniversityWomen's Health CirclesEnglish
ANGU 335 Medical Schools as Gendered Organizations Livia Baer-Bositis - Stanford University Women's Health CirclesEnglish
ANGU 335 Antenatal health care utilization and women's empowerment in PakistanKashif Siddique - Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan, PakistanWomen's Health CirclesEnglish
ANGU 335 "Taking Our Health into our Own Hands": How Intended Mothers and Egg Donors are Changing the Laws and Policies Surrounding Assisted Reproduction in CanadaKathleen Hammond - University of CambridgeWomen's Health CirclesEnglish

Nation, State, and Symbolic Violence - Tuesday, June 4th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 434 Legible Effects: Constructing Good Shepherd Inmates through Symbolic ViolenceRie Croll - Grenfell Campus, Memorial UniversityNation, State, and Symbolic ViolenceEnglish
ANGU 434 Doxic Nationalism: Symbolic Violence or Social Facts?James Cosgrave - Trent University DurhamNation, State, and Symbolic ViolenceEnglish
ANGU 434 Symbolic Violence and English Education within the Eastern Townships of QuebecSteven Cole - Bishop's UniversityNation, State, and Symbolic ViolenceEnglish

Political Sociology and Social Movements IV: Mobilizing gender and sexuality - Tuesday, June 4th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 The gendered politics of (un)veiling: Feminist activisms in the French and Québécois Islamic signs debatesEmily Laxer - Glendon College, York UniversityCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
LSK 201 The Impact of Changes in Government Funding on Women's Charitable Organisations in CanadaEmma Kay - Dalhousie UniversityCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
LSK 201 Canadian and US Mass Media Representation of Iranian Women Social Movement Actors and Tactics since 2001 to 2018Elahe Nezhadhossein - Memorial University of NewfoundlandCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish

Sex __ Canada - Tuesday, June 4th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 Sex in Canada: Results from a National SurveyTina Fetner - McMaster UniversitySex __ CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 Sex Behind the Closed Doors of CanadaNicole Andrejek - McMaster UniversitySex __ CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 "What you're doing is 'Legal' Now": Exploring the interconnected regulations of Indoor-based sex work in CanadaLauren Montgomery - Carleton UniversitySex __ CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 Sex For Canada: Sexuality Education and the Good Sexual CitizenJessica Fields - San Francisco State UniversitySex __ CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 Sex Under Canada: Understanding support for sex workers through enforcement and community group perspectives and relationshipsOlivia Ogden - Memorial University of NewfoundlandSex __ CanadaEnglish

Professions in Canada Past and Present

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 354 Professions in Canada Past and Present

Technology-Mediated Labour, Culture, and Collective Action - Tuesday, June 4th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 434 "Cyberslacking" in context: Exploring the predictors of different types of personal Internet use at workAlex Miltsov - Nazarbayev UniversityInternet, Technology, and Society English
ANGU 434 Influence is the New Power: An analysis of social media use as workLyn Hoang - University of Western OntarioInternet, Technology, and Society English
ANGU 434 "Nurses are the heart of healthcare": A critical examination of narratives on nursing through memesAllie Slemon - University of British ColumbiaInternet, Technology, and Society English
ANGU 434 Soldiers of 4chan: The role of anonymous online spaces in backlash movement networks.Andrey Kasimov - McMaster UniversityInternet, Technology, and Society English
ANGU 434 (Un)Creative labor on YouTube: Pop music fans' participatory culture and its commodificationKyong Yoon - University of British Columbia OkanaganInternet, Technology, and Society English

Rethinking and resisting pathologization: Reframing mental, emotional, and behavioural differences and practices - Tuesday, June 4th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) Rage as resistance: Implications for women with disabilitiesValérie Grand'Maison - University of GuelphConfluences of Madness Intersectional ExplorationsEnglish, French
DLAM 005 (Table A) Explorations in user-led research: Impact, knowledge, historical approachesDiana Rose - King's College London

Ruth Silverleaf - King's College London
Confluences of Madness Intersectional ExplorationsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) "It's our bodies, it's not yours, what I do with it is my problem": Challenging conventional notions of drug use at North America's first women-only supervised drug consumption site.Jade Boyd - University of British Columbia; British Columbia Centre on Substance UseConfluences of Madness Intersectional ExplorationsEnglish

Making Sense of Me Too:  Favourite Texts for Explaining Movement Salience

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 Making Sense of Me Too:  Favourite Texts for Explaining Movement Salience

Feminist Intersectionality in Theory, Research and Praxis - Tuesday, June 4th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 347 Engaging Intersectionality through a Black Canadian Feminism Perspective: Understanding the Resistance of Black Mothers in Neo-Liberal ContextsJanelle Brady - University of TorontoFeminist Intersectionality in Theory, Research and PraxisEnglish
ANGU 347 "There is no Typical Victim": Intersectional Goals and Practices in the Chicago Domestic Violence MovementMarie Laperriere - Northwestern UniversityFeminist Intersectionality in Theory, Research and PraxisEnglish
ANGU 347 Investing in Intersectionality?: State Funding, Diversity & Feminist Anti-Violence WorkLisa Boucher - Trent UniversityOpen Session in Feminist SociologyEnglish
ANGU 347 Gender and velomobility: Reconsidering the links Aryana Soliz - Concordia University, MontréalFeminist Intersectionality in Theory, Research and PraxisEnglish

Fathers and Fatherhood - Tuesday, June 4th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 Can Paternity Leave Policy Change Father Involvement? Evidence from the Natural Experiment of QuebecDana Wray - University of TorontoFathers and FatherhoodEnglish
ANGU 292 "Family first": Examining how work shapes fathers' involvement in careNatasha Stecy-Hildebrandt - University of British Columbia Fathers and FatherhoodEnglish
ANGU 292 Masculinity, Fathering Behaviour, and Social Context: An Analysis from Canada and the USKevin Shafer - Brigham Young UniversityFathers and FatherhoodEnglish
ANGU 292 Modern Daddies and Papas: Family, Parenting, and Masculinities among Gay Co-Fathers S Underwood - University of TorontoFathers and FatherhoodEnglish
ANGU 292 Fathering through sports: a three-generational life course approach Kristoffer Vogt - University of BergenFathers and FatherhoodEnglish
ANGU 292 "My Biggest Fear is Becoming My Father": Role Models, Turning Points, and Identities in Men's Online Parenting NarrativesCasey Scheibling - McMaster UniversityFathers and FatherhoodEnglish

Conceptualizing and applying relational sociology - Tuesday, June 4th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 Recasting the image of 'the school' through a relational analysisScott Eacott - UNSW SydneyConceptualizing and applying relational sociologyEnglish
ANGU 293 From Place-making to Relation-making: Assessing Four Relational Perspectives on Mental HealthQiang Fu - UBCConceptualizing and applying relational sociologyEnglish
ANGU 293 Rethinking Distance Between Sets: Substantialist Fallacies and Relational AlternativesZoltan Lakatos - Budapest University of Technology and EconomicsRelational sociology and methodologyEnglish
ANGU 293 A Sociological Inter-reflections of Multilingual Practices in Tibetan SocietyLUO JIA - Yunnan Normal UniversityConceptualizing and applying relational sociologyEnglish
ANGU 293 The Rise of the Semi-Core: Americanization and Localization of Canada's Academic Field Since the Late-Post-War Era (1977-2017) Francois Lachapelle - UBCRelational sociology and methodologyEnglish

Sociological Perspectives on Health Equity I: Equity Across the Life Course - Tuesday, June 4th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 335 Exploring the Impacts of Social Inequalities on Family Experiences of Serious Childhood IllnessesMeridith Burles - University of SaskatchewanSociological Perspectives on Health EquityEnglish
ANGU 335 Trends and Disparities in Suicide and Mental Health among Heterosexual and Sexual Minority East Asian Youth in British Columbia, 1998-2013Andrea Polonijo - University of British ColumbiaSociological Perspectives on Health EquityEnglish
ANGU 335 Family structure and parents' health: implications for the reproduction of health inequality across generations Kim Shuey - University of Western OntarioSociological Perspectives on Health EquityEnglish
ANGU 335 Agency versus Structure: Sociological exploration of immigrants' post-migration challenges and barriers to healthy eatingEugena Kwon - Western UniversitySociological Perspectives on Health EquityEnglish
ANGU 335 The magnitude of the effect of risk factors on diabetes trendsAnat Ziv - UNBSociological Perspectives on Health EquityEnglish

Challenges to Equal Opportunity: Higher Education I - Tuesday, June 4th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 237 Exploring 'Reverse Transfer' in Ontario: A Qualitative Study of University-to-College MobilityReana Maier - McMaster UniversityChallenges to Equal Opportunity Higher EducationEnglish
ANGU 237 One Size Does Not Fit All: Understanding university issues from the voices of diverse undergraduate studentsCliff Davidson - Western UniversityChallenges to Equal Opportunity Higher EducationEnglish
ANGU 237 Rapport in Post-secondary Education: a study of Canadian students' perceptionLenin Guerra - University of SaskatchewanChallenges to Equal Opportunity Higher EducationEnglish
ANGU 237 Identity-Work Techniques Among Undergraduate Students: Coping Strategies for Academic SetbacksFrederick Langshaw - Queen's UniversityChallenges to Equal Opportunity Higher EducationEnglish
ANGU 237 Lifelong Educational Inequality of First-Generation Graduates: Skill OutcomesMegan McMaster - Nipissing UniversityChallenges to Equal Opportunity Higher EducationEnglish

Applied Sociology using Quantitative Research Methods II - Tuesday, June 4th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 296 (Almost) Forty Years: the Okanagan SexLove StudyNancy Netting - University of British Columbia -- OkanaganApplied Sociology using Quantitative Research MethodsEnglish
ANGU 296 Frequency and Risk Factors of Home Cooking Fires in a Canadian City: Five-Years of Quantitative Data from a Community-University Collaborative Research PartnershipRozzet Jurdi-Hage - University of ReginaApplied Sociology using Quantitative Research MethodsEnglish
ANGU 296 Gender Matters: An Examination of the Type of Primary Offence Police Charged Defendants in Intimate Partner Violence CasesDanielle Bader - University of GuelphApplied Sociology using Quantitative Research MethodsEnglish
ANGU 296 GEM data and Youth Entrepreneurship: Findings, recommendations, and future possibilitiesAmanda Williams - Mount Royal UniversityApplied Sociology using Quantitative Research MethodsEnglish
ANGU 296 Social policy and the opioid crisis: How changing the income assistance system could reduce inequality in drug use outcomes Lindsey Richardson - University of British ColumbiaApplied Sociology using Quantitative Research Methods

The Diasporic Experience Theory and Practice II - Tuesday, June 4th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 Life Satisfaction of Transnational Citizens in CanadaParveen Nangia - Laurentian UniversityThe Diasporic Experience Theory and PracticeEnglish
ANGU 437 A Moving-Homing Nexus Approach to the Understanding of MigrationJing Zhao - University of British ColumbiaThe Diasporic Experience Theory and PracticeEnglish
ANGU 437 Iranian diaspora: theory and practice Shirin Khayambashi - McMaster UniversityThe Diasporic Experience Theory and PracticeEnglish
ANGU 437 What is a Refugee: An Ontological ExplorationDaniela Zuzunaga - University of VictoriaThe Diasporic Experience Theory and PracticeEnglish
ANGU 437 Transnational Identity Formation: Examining the Experiences of Brazilian Student Migrants Turned Immigrants to CanadaAlexandra Mirowski Rabelo de Souza - University of GuelphThe Diasporic Experience Theory and PracticeEnglish

Sociology of Home I: Homelessness and Making Home on the Margins - Tuesday, June 4th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 Typology of Homelessness: The Construction of Deviance and Social Distrust in High Rent and Neoliberal MetropolitansCHI PAN WONG - The University of British ColumbiaSociology of HomeEnglish
ANGU 435 'We're like a little family here': Understanding how street-level sex workers feel 'at home' in unsafe spaces and placesSamantha McAleese - Carleton UniversitySociology of HomeEnglish
ANGU 435 Exploring and conceptualizing subjective stability among young people exiting homelessnessTyler Frederick - University of Ontario Institute of TechnologySociology of HomeEnglish
ANGU 435 Unanticipated Gains in Homeless Shelters: A Study Examining the Social Networks of the Homeless PopulationChris Kohut - University of TorontoSociology of HomeEnglish
ANGU 435 Shifting Nature of Work in Affordable HousingKatie MacDonald - Capital Region Housing and Concordia UniversitySociology of HomeEnglish

Work, Stress, and Health - Tuesday, June 4th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 354 The Sociology of Emotions in Medical Practice: An Ethnographic Case Study of Health Care InteractionsJordan Babando - Queen's UniversityWork, Stress, and HealthEnglish
ANGU 354 "The 'Responsible Professor': EAPs and the Neoliberal University"Shelley Reuter - Concordia UniversityWork, Stress, and HealthEnglish
ANGU 354 Impacts of Systemic Underemployment on the Health and Career Trajectories of Emerging Women ScholarsLeslie Nichols - Wilfrid Laurier UniversityWork, Stress, and HealthEnglish
ANGU 354 Trauma and well-being among retired police officers: The mediating role of resilienceRyan Broll - University of GuelphWork, Stress, and HealthEnglish

The Diasporic Experience Theory and Practice I - Tuesday, June 4th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 Bridging Past and Present: The Case of the Fraser Valley SikhsRishma Johal - McGill UniversityThe Diasporic Experience Theory and PracticeEnglish
ANGU 437 'The Portuguese in the Greater Toronto Area: A Diasporic Community in TransitionSara Vieira - University of British ColumbiaThe Diasporic Experience Theory and PracticeEnglish
ANGU 437 The New Temporariness and Diasporic Experience: Irish Working Holidaymakers in Toronto Jane Helleiner - Brock UniversityThe Diasporic Experience Theory and PracticeEnglish
ANGU 437 Identity politics among Diasporic Kurds Kazhal Mohammadi - Carleton UniversityThe Diasporic Experience Theory and PracticeEnglish
ANGU 437 Digital Diasporas in the Making: Young Korean Immigrants' Media PracticesKyong Yoon - University of British Columbia OkanaganThe Diasporic Experience Theory and PracticeEnglish
ANGU 437 Studying Diasporic Identities Beyond the Homeland-Hostland Paradigm: Social Media, Transnationalism, and Global GeopoliticsTahseen Shams - University of TorontoThe Diasporic Experience Theory and PracticeEnglish

Applied Sociology Using Quantitative Research Methods I - Tuesday, June 4th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 296 Rural vs. Urban Perceptions of Neighbourhood-Level Economic Change in Atlantic Canada Alyssa Gerhardt - Dalhousie University Applied Sociology using Quantitative Research MethodsEnglish
ANGU 296 Impact of Social Interactions on Inter-group Sentiments and Interpretations of Islam among Muslims: The Moderating Role of Group SizeSyed Hammad Ali - University of CalgaryApplied Sociology using Quantitative Research MethodsEnglish
ANGU 296 Social Citizenship and Integration: Female Immigrants' Civic Engagement in CanadaYiyan Li - University of SaskatchewanApplied Sociology using Quantitative Research MethodsEnglish
ANGU 296 Time Preference and Religious Affiliation in Canada: A Quantitative AnalysisChristian Robitaille - University of OttawaApplied Sociology using Quantitative Research MethodsEnglish

Sociology of Home II: Theorizing and Experiencing Home - Tuesday, June 4th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 Tearing Down Walls: Rethinking White Domesticity in the Context of Cultural DomicideShelly Ikebuchi - Okanagan CollegeSociology of HomeEnglish
ANGU 435 The Culture of Exchange Value: Rental Housing, Neighborhood Conflict, and 'Socially Conscious' Urban DevelopersZachary Hyde - University of British ColumbiaSociology of HomeEnglish
ANGU 435 Housing and homeownership among Canada's MillennialsHeather Rollwagen - Ryerson UniversitySociology of HomeEnglish
ANGU 435 Model HomesLindsey Freeman - Simon Fraser UniversitySociology of HomeEnglish

Communities, Networks, and Relationships in the Internet Age - Tuesday, June 4th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 434 Curated Spaces and Echo Chambers: Boundary Work and Interaction in "Mom Groups" OnlineDarryn Wellstead - University of OttawaInternet, Technology, and Society English
ANGU 434 Understanding Social Support On and Off Line: A Field Guide of East York, TorontoAnabel Quan-Haase - Western UniversityInternet, Technology, and Society English
ANGU 434 Integration of Middle Eastern Refugees and Migrants through Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)Amira Halperin - The University of British ColumbiaInternet, Technology, and Society English
ANGU 434 Reading the CityAlex Olson - University of TorontoInternet, Technology, and Society English
ANGU 434 Dating Across Nativity Lines? Mate Selection Among Immigrant and Native-Born Online Daters in VancouverYue Qian - University of British ColumbiaInternet, Technology, and Society English

Race and Ethnicity Roundtable: Interracial and Multiracial Relationships and Racial Belonging - Tuesday, June 4th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) Where do I Belong? Transracial Adoptees Challenge Racialized Group BelongingJennifer Peruniak - University of TorontoRace and Ethnicity Open Call English
DLAM 005 (Table A) Developing a Critical Consciousness in Racialized YouthMikayla Sherry - Carleton UniversityRace and Ethnicity Open Call English
DLAM 005 (Table A) Egalitarianism Within Mixed Unions in CanadaKathya Aathavan - University of Western OntarioRace and Ethnicity Open Call English
DLAM 005 (Table A) LGBTQ Couples' Experiences of Interracial Intimacy in a Multicultural MetropoleTanvi Sirari - University of British ColumbiaRace and Ethnicity Open Call English
DLAM 005 (Table A) "It's the Singaporean Blood": Justin Trudeau's Embodied Multiculturalism as a Euphemism for Colonial ViolenceNicholas Wong - Ryerson UniversityRace and Ethnicity Open Call English

Feminist methodologies, their implementations and impacts - Tuesday, June 4th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 347 Understanding Activist Women's Experiences through Transformative Mixed Methods ResearchAyesha Mian Akram - University of WindsorFeminist methodologies, their implementations and impactsEnglish
ANGU 347 Inflecting feminist ethnographic methods: Comedy, critique, and community engagementJanna Klostermann - Carleton UniversityFeminist methodologies, their implementations and impactsEnglish
ANGU 347 Art and Street Dramas: Engaging with Trafficking Survivors through Community-based participatory Action ResearchRITA DHUNGEL - MacEwan UniversityFeminist methodologies, their implementations and impactsEnglish
ANGU 347 Feminist Grounded Theorizing and Praxis Linda Christiansen-Ruffman - Saint Mary's UniversityFeminist methodologies, their implementations and impacts

Challenges to Equal Opportunity: Higher Education II - Tuesday, June 4th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 237 Intergenerational Educational Mobility over the Past Century in CanadaAlex Chow - University of British ColumbiaChallenges to Equal Opportunity Higher EducationEnglish
ANGU 237 Ensuring Equitable Access to Work-Integrated Learning in Ontario UniversitiesWendy Cukier - Ryerson UniversityChallenges to Equal Opportunity Higher EducationEnglish
ANGU 237 Educational Aspirations and Residential School Legacy Among Canada's Indigenous Population Mitchell McIvor - University of West GeorgiaChallenges to Equal Opportunity Higher EducationEnglish
ANGU 237 Classed and Racialized Social Reproduction/Agency in Immigrant Minority Youth's Transition from School to University Dan Cui - Brock University Challenges to Equal Opportunity Higher EducationEnglish

New Directions in Masculinity Studies - Tuesday, June 4th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 Exploring Masculine Dilemmas in the Therapeutic ContextJillian Sunderland - McMaster University New Directions in Masculinity StudiesEnglish
ANGU 292 An Examination of Feminist, Pro-Gay, and Inclusive Men's Sexual BehavioursMax Stick - McMaster UniversityNew Directions in Masculinity StudiesEnglish
ANGU 292 The Cult of Saint Elliot: Involuntary Celibates, Threatened Masculinities, and Justifications of ViolenceTaisto Witt - University of British Columbia OkanaganNew Directions in Masculinity StudiesEnglish
ANGU 292 Exploring the Gender Difference in Interpersonal Conflict among Emotional Laborers: Outsider Conflict, Control Beliefs and the Status ShieldDiana Singh - McMaster UniversityNew Directions in Masculinity StudiesEnglish
ANGU 292 Technologies of the Natural: Juxtaposing "Male Enhancement" with Gender Confirmation DiscoursesJennifer Thomas - Simon Fraser UniversityNew Directions in Masculinity StudiesEnglish

Symposium for Early Career Theorists (SECT) - Tuesday, June 4th - 15:30-17:30

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 Settler-Colonialism and Violence: Power and Policing in Rural British ColumbiaDean Ray - York UniversitySymposium for Early Career Theorists (SECT)English
ANGU 293 Gender and Charismatic Power: Reclaiming a Classic Concept for the Contemporary MomentPaul Joosse - University of Hong KongSymposium for Early Career Theorists (SECT)English
ANGU 293 The 'Warring Gods' in Dialogue: Reconciling Philosophy and Sociology in the Correspondence between Talcott Parsons and Alfred Schutz Connie Phung - Concordia UniversitySymposium for Early Career Theorists (SECT)English
ANGU 293 Extracting Sleep from Sleep Sciences: On the Limits of Constructionist and Biosocial MethodologiesCraig Meadows - University of British ColumbiaSymposium for Early Career Theorists (SECT)English
ANGU 293 Understanding Genocide: Advancing a Sociology of Thinking for Theory and CultureLily Ivanova - University of British ColumbiaSymposium for Early Career Theorists (SECT)English

Sociological Perspectives on Health Equity II: Institutions and Social Location - Tuesday, June 4th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 335 Implementing Health Equity Interventions in a Complex System - Insights from a Process Evaluation of "EQUIP Emergency: Promoting Health Equity for Indigenous and Non-Indigenous People in Emergency Rooms"Kat Kolar - University of British ColumbiaSociological Perspectives on Health EquityEnglish
ANGU 335 Understanding the outreach landscape with women affected by violence Janina Krabbe - UBCSociological Perspectives on Health EquityEnglish
ANGU 335 The Intergenerational Problem of Delayed Birth Registration and Missing Personal Identification as a Social Determinant of Health among Indigenous People in Northern OntarioChris Sanders - Lakehead UniversitySociological Perspectives on Health EquityEnglish

Canadian Femicide Observatory for Justice & Accountability

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 Canadian Femicide Observatory for Justice & Accountability

Inequality and sociology: Where are we now?

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 Inequality and sociology: Where are we now?

Wednesday, June 5

Work, Professions and Occupations III: Authority, Skills, Opportunities, and Barriers - Wednesday, June 5th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 354 A Chance to Learn New Things: How Job Authority and Pressure Shape Control and Challenges at WorkPhilip Badawy - University of TorontoWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 "Now that I'm older…they totally trust me": Navigating babysitting as liminal workRiley Easterbrook - University of GuelphWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 Mark of the Non-Conviction Record: Navigating Employment Options when Anticipating StigmatizationAngela Hick - University of TorontoWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 Skills, Skill Use and the Public-Sector Earnings AdvantageMark McKerrow - Blueprint ADE (non-profit consulting firm)Work, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 Scholars as Craftsmen and Intensification of Work in UniversitySidartha Soria - Federal University of PernambucoWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English

Culture and Inequality: Intersections I - Wednesday, June 5th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 434 Inequality, Childrearing and the Medicalization of ADHD at the Post-Secondary LevelBrett Masse - University of TorontoCulture and Inequality English
ANGU 434 Indigenous Social Mobility: The false dichotomy of identity versus wealth?Rochelle Côté - Memorial UniversityCulture and Inequality English
ANGU 434 The SLAV Debacle: Quebec Antiblackness on the StagePhilip Howard - McGill UniversityCulture and Inequality English

Immigrant Integration: New Perspectives - Wednesday, June 5th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 Just Add Ice?: Hockey and the Social Integration of Newcomers and Racialized MinoritiesLloyd Wong - University of CalgaryImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 What we talk about when we talk about Chinese? A topic analysis of 250,000+ newspaper articles in North AmericaQiang Fu - UBCImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 The Paradox of Social Inclusion: A Reflexive Analysis of Common SenseLuann Good Gingrich - York UniversityImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 Time as Measurement in IntegrationMabel Ho - University of British ColumbiaImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 Immigration & Integration in the Social Media Age: A Canadian Rural-Urban ComparisonAmy Savile - University of New BrunswickImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish

Feminist Sociology III: Negotiating State, Structure and Agency: Local and Global Perspectives - Wednesday, June 5th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 Gender Inequality in South Korea: Cultural Causes and Societal Consequences Andrew Kim - Korea UniversityOpen Session in Feminist SociologyEnglish
ANGU 437 Offending patterns and risk factors of incarcerated women in PeruAndrea Roman Alfaro - University of TorontoOpen Session in Feminist SociologyEnglish
ANGU 437 Women's Shelters: Governance, Neoliberalism, and the Creation of the "Shelter-Citizen"Natalie Adamyk - University of TorontoOpen Session in Feminist SociologyEnglish
ANGU 437 Women and land ownership in Zimbabwe- carving landscapes for agency Shingrai Mandizadza - University of AlbertaOpen Session in Feminist SociologyEnglish

Participatory Research Methodologies in Development: Benefits, Challenges, Lessons and Reflections - Wednesday, June 5th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) In defense of 'the flat spot' in participation: Indigenous epistemologies and ontologies in Northern development and environmental governanceKen Caine - University of AlbertaParticipatory Research Methodologies in Development Benefits, Challenges, Lessons and ReflectionsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Participatory Action Research and Discourse Analysis as Integrated Methodologies for Understanding and Addressing Youth Crime in VietnamQuan Nguyen - University of CalgaryParticipatory Research Methodologies in Development Benefits, Challenges, Lessons and ReflectionsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Negotiating the Challenges of Participation in the Complex Game of Philanthropy: Insights from the Community Ideas FactoryMichael McNamara - Sheridan CollegeParticipatory Research Methodologies in Development Benefits, Challenges, Lessons and ReflectionsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Conversations with MOSAIC Free Running program staff: Uncovering the rhythms of PARMaria Socorro Nguyen - University of CalgaryParticipatory Research Methodologies in Development Benefits, Challenges, Lessons and ReflectionsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Unpacking ethical tensions in community-based participatory research approaches with women affected by violence: Recommendations from the fieldVicky Bungay - UBCParticipatory Research Methodologies in Development Benefits, Challenges, Lessons and ReflectionsEnglish

Careers in Applied Sociology Outside Academe

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 Careers in Applied Sociology Outside Academe

Political Sociology and Social Movements II: Labour activism - Wednesday, June 5th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 347 A Cross-Strait Workers' Movement: Links and Bases for Future Solidarity Stephen Philion - St. Cloud State UniversityCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
ANGU 347 Policy Network and Policy Discourse: Explaining Labour Policies of Post-Socialist CroatiaIvanka Knezevic - University of Toronto ScarboroughCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
ANGU 347 For Better or for Worse: Competing Theories of Social ChangeDavid Calnitsky - University of Western OntarioCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
ANGU 347 The Political Sociology of Workers' Self-Management at Kazova, Turkey: From Unity to FragmentationEfe Can Gürcan - Simon Fraser UniversityCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish

Mental Health and Social Context I: The Financial and Economic Context and Mental Health - Wednesday, June 5th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 237 Core Housing Need and Children's Mental Health: Evidence from the 2014 Ontario Child Health StudyJinette Comeau - King's University College at Western UniversityMental Health and Social ContextEnglish
ANGU 237 Financial Strain and Psychological Distress: The Mediating Effect of Strains in the Work-Family InterfaceLei Chai - University of TorontoMental Health and Social ContextEnglish
ANGU 237 Recession Hardships, Powerlessness, and the Amplification of Psychological Distress in America Jonathan Koltai - Bocconi UniversityMental Health and Social ContextEnglish
ANGU 237 The Moderating role of the Welfare State on Socioeconomic Status and Depression: Examining the Effects of Social Investment and Social Protection SpendingMatthew Parbst - University of TorontoMental Health and Social ContextEnglish
ANGU 237 Earning Much Less than is Just: Downloaded Work, 24/7 Demands, and the Contemporary Worker's Experience of the Equity and Need PrinciplesAtsushi Narisada - University of TorontoMental Health and Social ContextEnglish

New Histories of Sociology: Canadian and International Perspectives - Wednesday, June 5th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 An Old Boys Network in American Sociology: A Historiographical StudyStephen Riggins - Memorial UniversityHidden Histories and Small Stories in Canadian SociologyEnglish
ANGU 293 Women as Missing Persons in Canadian SociologyLynn McDonald - University of GuelphHidden Histories and Small Stories in Canadian SociologyEnglish
ANGU 293 Writing the Body Politic: John O'Neill's Civic SociologyThomas Kemple - The University of British ColumbiaHidden Histories and Small Stories in Canadian SociologyEnglish
ANGU 293 Disciplinary Differences Pertaining to Americanization and Localization in Canada's Academic Field Since the Late-Post-War Era (1977-2017) Francois Lachapelle - UBCHidden Histories and Small Stories in Canadian SociologyEnglish

Decolonization and Intersectionality in Gender and Sexuality - Wednesday, June 5th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 335 "You Do What You Gotta Do To Keep Surviving": Applying Survivance to Understand Indigenous Street LifestylesRobert Henry - The University of CalgaryDecolonization and Intersectionality in Gender and SexualityEnglish
ANGU 335 Navigating Privilege and Embodiment in the Context of White Supremacy and Ongoing ColonialismAnn Travers - Simon Fraser UniversityDecolonization and Intersectionality in Gender and SexualityEnglish
ANGU 335 Safe or Unsafe Travels? On the Transnational Travels of Femicide/Feminicidio/FeminicidePaulina Garcia-Del Moral - University of GuelphDecolonization and Intersectionality in Gender and SexualityEnglish
ANGU 335 Sex and consent education in the colonial context of "canada"meg neufeld - University of TorontoDecolonization and Intersectionality in Gender and SexualityEnglish

Environmental Movements and Counter-Movements II - Wednesday, June 5th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 Who cares about nature?: The role of natural history education in the environmental movementTyler Bateman - University of TorontoEnvironmental Movements and Counter-MovementsEnglish
ANGU 292 "Symbols of a movement: Framing the zero-waste and plastic-free movements on Instagram"Vanessa Million - Carleton UniversityEnvironmental Movements and Counter-MovementsEnglish
ANGU 292 The Justice Advocate: Deploying the Habitus and Cultural Toolkit onto Climate Change ActivismJean Boucher - The University of British ColumbiaEnvironmental Movements and Counter-MovementsEnglish
ANGU 292 Markets versus Movements: Balancing environmental and economic priorities in local food distribution. Paul Nelson - University of TorontoEnvironmental Movements and Counter-MovementsEnglish
ANGU 292 Community gardens as transformative?: Investigating the impact of community gardening for achieving sustainability Siobhan Ashe - Douglas CollegeEnvironmental Movements and Counter-MovementsEnglish

Research With Children - Wednesday, June 5th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 235 Collaborative reflections on youth-led peer research on youth homelessness: identity, relationships, risks, and benefitsCharlotte Smith - Carleton UniversityResearch With ChildrenEnglish
ANGU 235 Research with Children on Settler Colonialism Augustine Park - Carleton UniversityResearch With ChildrenEnglish
ANGU 235 Child Led Research: A play-based participatory approach Laura Wright - University of Edinburgh Research With ChildrenEnglish
ANGU 235 Playful research with preschoolers: talking schoolingJeanette Cepin - University of TorontoResearch With ChildrenEnglish
ANGU 235 Conversations with children - Collaborative tools for researchRachel Berman - Ryerson University

Noah Kenneally - Ontario Institute for Studies in Education - University of Toronto
Research With ChildrenEnglish

Canadian Scholarship In Childhood And Youth: 21st Century Learning And Digital Technologies Among Children And Young People - Wednesday, June 5th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 235 Parental Perceptions of Technology: The Role of Digital Media in Home and Schools Jessica Rizk - University of WaterlooCanadian Scholarship In Childhood And Youth: 21st Century Learning And Digital Technologies Among Children And Young PeopleEnglish
ANGU 235 Trust, Mistrust and Watchful Vigilance: Representations of the Parent/Youth Relationship in Cyberbullying AdviceGlenda Wall - Wilfrid Laurier UniversityCanadian Scholarship In Childhood And Youth: 21st Century Learning And Digital Technologies Among Children And Young PeopleEnglish
ANGU 235 Enhancing Retention of Learned Numeracy Concepts through Meta-cognitive Training in Computer-mediated Classrooms: Nigeria ExperienceTaiwo Gbenga-Akanmu - Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Osun StateCanadian Scholarship In Childhood And Youth: 21st Century Learning And Digital Technologies Among Children And Young PeopleEnglish
ANGU 235 Children and Families Experience with Technologies in the Digital Age: The Nigeria PerspectivesHannah Ajayi - Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Osun StateCanadian Scholarship In Childhood And Youth: 21st Century Learning And Digital Technologies Among Children And Young PeopleEnglish
ANGU 235 Parenting style and adolescents' experiences with traditional bullying and cyberbullyingRyan Broll - University of GuelphCanadian Scholarship In Childhood And Youth: 21st Century Learning And Digital Technologies Among Children And Young PeopleEnglish

Environmental Movements and Counter-Movements I - Wednesday, June 5th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 Environmental activism in a monopoly news media setting: Social movement media in a rural Canadian provinceAmy Savile - University of New BrunswickEnvironmental Movements and Counter-MovementsEnglish
ANGU 292 "The environmental movement is kind of like a joke to me" : Indigenous Settler Solidarity and Changing Commitments to EnvironmentalismJ. M. Bacon - Grinnell CollegeEnvironmental Movements and Counter-MovementsEnglish
ANGU 292 Whose National Interest? Free Market Think Tanks, First Nations, and Extractivist Development on the West CoastRobert Neubauer - Simon Fraser UniversityEnvironmental Movements and Counter-MovementsEnglish
ANGU 292 Environmental Movement Interventions in the Oil-Tourism InterfaceMark Stoddart - Memorial University of NewfoundlandEnvironmental Movements and Counter-MovementsEnglish
ANGU 292 Dynamics of environmentalism: A Review and Appraisal Md Islam - Nanyang Technological University SingaporeEnvironmental Movements and Counter-MovementsEnglish

LGBTQ Issues and Inequalities - Wednesday, June 5th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 335 The State of Inclusion for LGBTQ+ Youth at Christian Camps in North America: An Analysis of Potential Policy Lexie Milmine - Dalhousie UniversityLGBTQ Issues and InequalitiesEnglish
ANGU 335 Context, community, and cliques: (Em)placing Canadian sexual minority women's health and well-beingKimberly Seida - McGill UniversityLGBTQ Issues and InequalitiesEnglish
ANGU 335 "From surviving to thriving": Recommendations for improving the lives of trans and nonbinary people based on the social determinants of healthEvan Vipond - York UniversityLGBTQ Issues and InequalitiesEnglish
ANGU 335 "Newsworthy Enough?": Media Framing of Canadian LGBTQ Persons' Sexual Violence ExperienceBidushy Sadika - University of SaskatchewanLGBTQ Issues and InequalitiesEnglish
ANGU 335 HIV Criminalization and the Sexual and Romantic Relationships of LGBTQ People Living with HIV in CanadaChris Tatham - University of TorontoLGBTQ Issues and InequalitiesEnglish

The Sociology of Morality - Wednesday, June 5th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 A Monster in a Healing Lodge (Yet Another Moral Panic?)Nicolas Carrier - Carleton UniversityThe Sociology of MoralityEnglish
ANGU 293 The Gendered Nature of Parent-Child Morality and Value TransmissionCatherine Yeh - University of TorontoThe Sociology of MoralityEnglish
ANGU 293 The contribution of French pragmatist moral sociology to the sociology of moralityJim Conley - Trent UniversityThe Sociology of MoralityEnglish
ANGU 293 MacIntyre and Habermas: A Proposed "Traditions of Enquiry"-Theoretic Turn Within Sociological TheoryReiss Kruger - York UniversityThe Sociology of MoralityEnglish
ANGU 293 Trials and Trip-ulations: Entheogenic Medicine, the Production of Discourse, and the Ethical Dimensions of Self-CareJarrett Rose - York UniversityThe Sociology of MoralityEnglish

Mental Health and Social Context II: Race, Ethnicity, Nativity and Culture in Mental Health - Wednesday, June 5th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 237 Unravelling Mental Health Disparities by Race and Skin TonePatricia Louie - University of TorontoMental Health and Social ContextEnglish
ANGU 237 Gendered Association between Spousal Triadic Relationships and Depressive Symptoms among Korean Older AdultsJina Lee - UNIVERSITY OF TORONTOMental Health and Social ContextEnglish
ANGU 237 Functional Limitation, Household Registration System and Mental Health: A Longitudinal Analysis Based on a National Survey in ChinaJie Miao - University of CalgaryMental Health and Social ContextEnglish
ANGU 237 Shared Family Activities in Black & White: Mothers, Fathers and Teens' Experiences of Stress, Meaningfulness, and Happiness when Together versus ApartMelissa Milkie - University of TorontoMental Health and Social ContextEnglish
ANGU 237 Discrimination, Mental Health, and Social Capital: Similarities and Differences Between Immigrant and Native Born Visible MinoritiesJonathan Jarvis - Brigham Young UniversityMental Health and Social ContextEnglish

Feminist Sociology I: Feminist Solidarities: Theories and Transformation - Wednesday, June 5th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 Feminist Filiation: Building a Feminist Tradition through Life Narration and Memory Work. Marie-Lise Drapeau-Bisson - University of TorontoOpen Session in Feminist SociologyEnglish
ANGU 437 The Omission of Women from Sociological Theory: What Difference Does It Make to Femnist Sociology and to Women?Lynn McDonald - University of GuelphOpen Session in Feminist SociologyEnglish
ANGU 437 Moving Away from Racist Sisters and Towards Social Justice: The Relationship between Black Sisterhood and Black FeminismJade Da Costa - York UniversityOpen Session in Feminist SociologyEnglish
ANGU 437 "Without Shame or Shyness": Feminism, Macroeconomics and Reconfiguring the Global Economy at the International Monetary FundElaine Coburn - York UniversityOpen Session in Feminist SociologyEnglish

Network, Relationship, and Immigrant Integration in Canada - Wednesday, June 5th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 The Homeownership Attainment of LGB Immigrants: The Role of Social RelationshipsSagi Ramaj - University of TorontoImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 The Migrant Matter? Divorce Risks of Immigrants in Chinazhilei shi - Zhongnan University of Economics and LawImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 Network Influences on International Students' Adaptation: Disentangling the Underlying Social MechanismsZhonghao Wang - University of British ColumbiaImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 "[…] But It's Not the Same": Settling In Settlement Counselling and Integration Hammad Khan - University of TorontoImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 Social-cultural integration and participation of French-speaking immigrants and refugees in Metro Vancouver, B.C.Anne-Cécile DELAISSE - The University of British ColumbiaImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 Does Immigration Status and Province of Residence Really Matter for Health and Wellbeing of Immigrant and Non-Immigrant Populations in Canada? An Analysis Using the General Social Survey Data.Iqbal Chowdhury - Dalhousie Univeristy Immigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish

Culture and Inequality: Intersections II - Wednesday, June 5th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 434 Women, Politics and Cultural Deprivations in NigeriaAdejumo Abdulhakeem - Federal University DutseCulture and Inequality English
ANGU 434 "Sounds of Silence: What Ex-Magdalene Laundry Inmates Can Tell Us About Gender Inequality" Rie Croll - Grenfell Campus, Memorial UniversityCulture and Inequality English
ANGU 434 Impact of Socio-Cultural Attributes on Widowhood Practice in Imo State, NigeriaOtuu Obasi - Federal Polytechnic Nekede, OwerriCulture and Inequality English
ANGU 434 Social Inequality and Love? Normative Conceptions of Love Relationships in Self-help BooksCharlotte Nell - University of Toronto Culture and Inequality English

Work, Professions and Occupations IV: Work and Health - Wednesday, June 5th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 354 Dentists and Mental Health, Leaves of Absence and Return to Work Experiences : A Mixed Methods StudyJelena Atanackovic - University of Ottawa Work, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 Risky Business: Return to Work Coordinator of Workers Suffering from Mental Health ProblemsElena Neiterman - University of WaterlooWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 Processes of Closure: Occupational Diseases and Workers' Compensation Policies Christine Pich - Carleton UniversityWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 How work makes us sick: A case study of the psychological health of university facultyNicole Power - Memorial University of NewfoundlandWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English

Colonialism, Racism and Graduate School A Workshop for Indigenous, Black and Racialized Graduate Students

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) Colonialism, Racism and Graduate School A Workshop for Indigenous, Black and Racialized Graduate Students

Establishing a Research Community to Analyze PIAAC, LISA, and Administrative Data Linkages

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 Establishing a Research Community to Analyze PIAAC, LISA, and Administrative Data Linkages

Political Sociology and Social Movements III: Ethnic and nationalist movements - Wednesday, June 5th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 347 The Armenian Community, and Navigating the Nationalist Landscape in TurkeyYesim Bayar - St. Lawrence UniversityCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
ANGU 347 Beyond the 'Quebec model': how institutions had long-term effects on the forms of protestPascale Dufour - University Of MontrealCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
ANGU 347 Francophone and Anti-bilingualism Movements in New Brunswick: Rhetoric and Strategies from the Two SolitudesMichelle Landry - Université de MonctonCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
ANGU 347 South Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) and Religious Humanitarianism Amal Madibbo - University of CalgaryCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish

Durkheim and Social Theory - Wednesday, June 5th - 13:00-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 "The Impact of Indebtedness: Gift of Life, Obligation, and Self-Destructiveness"Lauren Sharpley - The University of WindsorDurkheim and Social TheoryEnglish
ANGU 293 Mead vs Durkheim : discussing personal and societal autonomyJean-François Côté - Université du Québec à MontréalDurkheim and Social TheoryEnglish
ANGU 293 Durkheim, sanctions and solidarityFrançois Pizarro Noël - UQAMDurkheim and Social TheoryEnglish, French
ANGU 293 The Social Force of the Impure Sacred: A Re-engagement with Robert Hertz' Durkheimian Investigation of The Transgressive SacredHerman Singh - University of Windsor Durkheim and Social TheoryEnglish
ANGU 293 The turning point of the Durkheimian sociology of religion: Henri Hubert's contribution to 'sociologie religieuse'Romulo Lelis - University of Sao PauloDurkheim and Social TheoryEnglish

Author Meets Critic

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 347 Author Meets Critic

Work, Professions and Occupations I: Women, Gender, and Work - Wednesday, June 5th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 354 Second-Generation Canadian Muslim Women and their Work ExperiencesAwish Aslam - University of Western OntarioWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 Lessons Learned and Best Practices: Increasing the Successful Participation Of Women in Apprenticeship & the Skilled Trades acrosss CanadaMarcia Braundy - University of British Columbia/Journeywomen VenturesWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 A gender-based analysis of the occupational pathways of STEM graduatesKristyn Frank - Statistics CanadaWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 Does Higher Education Make a Difference? The Influence of Educational Attainment on Women's and Men's Employment OutcomesKatelyn Mitri - University of Western OntarioWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English
ANGU 354 Occupational stress injuries in female justice workers: The impact of the gendered constructs on the wellness of women working in justice professionsD. Scharie Tavcer - Mount Royal UniversityWork, Professions and Occupations – open call for papers English

Production and Consumption I: Physical and Symbolic Boundaries - Wednesday, June 5th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 434 Vandalism and Social Justice: Examining Bansky through Art AppreciationSomi Lee - University of CalagaryProduction and Consumption in Creative Industries English
ANGU 434 Urban Art and the Creative City: Defining Legitimate Cultural Expressions in the Public Sphere Abigail Borja Calonga - University of TorontoProduction and Consumption in Creative Industries English
ANGU 434 The Dilemmas of Developer Funded Arts and Culture: Artwashing and Gentrification in the Unaffordable CityZachary Hyde - University of British ColumbiaProduction and Consumption in Creative Industries English
ANGU 434 The Maintenance of Cultural FieldsAthena Elafros - University of LethbridgeProduction and Consumption in Creative Industries English
ANGU 434 "Your House Is My House": Genre Conventions, Myspace Musicians, and Music Genre Self-IdentificationSoli Dubash - University of TorontoProduction and Consumption in Creative Industries English

Economic Integration of Immigrants and Refugees in Canada - Wednesday, June 5th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 The Economic Integration of the Vietnamese Boat People: 30 Years Later Monica Boyd - university of torontoImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 The Labour Market Integration of Refugees in CanadaMohammad Azizur Rahman - University of ManitobaImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 Human Capital Attainments of Refugee and Non Refugee Intake Class Workers in Canada: An Analysis of Ethnic Cross- ClassificationsFernando Mata - University of OttawaImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 The influence of Human Capital Resources on Economic integration among African immigrants in CanadaZainab Olayinka - University of SaskachewanImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 435 Solitudes and Fund Raising: Experiencing Arenas and Hockey as Multicultural SpacesPatrick Bondy - DalhousieImmigrant and refugee integration in CanadaEnglish

Mental Health and Social Context Roundtable I: Family, Childcare and the Life Course - Wednesday, June 5th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) Family ties, living arrangements and depressive symptoms among older adults in the U.S.Haemi Chung - University of Western OntarioMental Health and Social ContextEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Canadian Childcare Deserts: Consequences for Parental Work-Family Conflict and Well-BeingMarisa Young - McMaster UniversityMental Health and Social ContextEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Parental Relative Education, Family Relationships, and Offspring's Adult Mental HealthZhonghao Wang - University of British ColumbiaMental Health and Social ContextEnglish

Intersections of Inequality In Childhood And Youth: Institutional Engagements - Wednesday, June 5th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 235 Are Schools Still "Really Dangerous Places" for Indigenous Children and Youth: Contradictions in Pathways to ReconciliationEmily Milne - MacEwan University Intersections And Inequalities In Conceptualizing And Experiencing Childhood And YouthEnglish
ANGU 235 Grill guys and drive-thru girls: Discourses of gender in young people's part-time workLindsay C. Sheppard - Brock University

Rebecca Raby - Brock University
Intersections And Inequalities In Conceptualizing And Experiencing Childhood And YouthEnglish
ANGU 235 Schools as Potential Sites for the Prevention & Intervention of Youth HomelessnessJacqueline Kennelly - Carleton UniversityIntersections And Inequalities In Conceptualizing And Experiencing Childhood And YouthEnglish
ANGU 235 The usual suspects: Exploring homeless youths' experiences with policing Cora MacDonald - Carleton UniversityIntersections And Inequalities In Conceptualizing And Experiencing Childhood And YouthEnglish
ANGU 235 Markets of care & institutionalizing marginalization: Social Marketization and Programs for youth involved in and exploited through the sex tradeKelly Gorkoff - University of WinnipegIntersections And Inequalities In Conceptualizing And Experiencing Childhood And YouthEnglish

Environment and Health - Wednesday, June 5th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 Narratives of breast cancer in an environment with identified risksJANE MCARTHUR - University of WindsorEnvironment and HealthEnglish
ANGU 292 Activism in a Post-Disaster Context: Environmental Justice Mobilization Following Displacement from DisasterKathryn Wells - York UniversityEnvironment and HealthEnglish
ANGU 292 Social Factors That Contribute to Child Resilience, Health, and Well-Being Following Environmental DisastersCaroline McDonald-Harker - Mount Royal UniversityEnvironment and HealthEnglish
ANGU 292 Use of Unconventional Weapons in Conflict Situations: A Discourse on the Perceived Relative Advantages of Biochemical Induced Diseases in WarfareEmmanuel Ogbu - University of IbadanEnvironment and HealthEnglish
ANGU 292 The Interplay of Social and Environmental Factors in the Ebola Outbreaks in West AfricaHarris Ali - York UniversityEnvironment and HealthEnglish

LGBTQ Issues and Inequalities : Intersectional Analyses of LGBTQ Issues - Wednesday, June 5th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 335 The Prefigurative Politics of IntersectionalityJulie Gouweloos - McMaster UniversityLGBTQ Issues and InequalitiesEnglish
ANGU 335 The Labor Market Outcomes of LGB Immigrants: The Role of Social NetworksSagi Ramaj - University of TorontoLGBTQ Issues and InequalitiesEnglish
ANGU 335 Aging and the Body: Perceptions and Experiences of LGBTQ Older AdultsLaura Hurd Clarke - The University of British ColumbiaLGBTQ Issues and InequalitiesEnglish
ANGU 335 Brown Girls Can't Be Gay: Racism Experienced by Queer South Asian Women in Toronto's LGBTQ CommunitySonali Patel - University of OttawaLGBTQ Issues and InequalitiesEnglish
ANGU 335 Defining Acceptance: Group Cohesion and Membership for Queer and Trans Muslims in Toronto, CanadaGolshan Golriz - McGill University LGBTQ Issues and InequalitiesEnglish

Qualitative Research Methods in Practice I: Community Based Practice - Wednesday, June 5th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 237 Access to Government Benefits through the Nonprofit SectorKevin Schachter - University of ManitobaQualitative Research Methods in Practice: Case Studies in Research Methods used to Explore, Identify and Evaluate Social PhenomenaEnglish
ANGU 237 Listening to Artists Doing Art in Correctional Homes: Emerging Methodological Concerns Nayanee Basu - Fulbright Program, US State Department, Washinton & United-States India Education Foundation (USIEF), New DelhiQualitative Research Methods in Practice: Case Studies in Research Methods used to Explore, Identify and Evaluate Social PhenomenaEnglish
ANGU 237 Sacred Grounds as Sacred Healings: Federally and Provincially Sentenced Women's Experiences from The Sacred Grounds at Ellen House Jessica Pulis - Sheridan CollegeQualitative Research Methods in Practice: Case Studies in Research Methods used to Explore, Identify and Evaluate Social PhenomenaEnglish
ANGU 237 Situation Tables as the New Crime Prevention: Theoretical Underpinnings, Strengths, Limitations, and Best PracticesVictoria Morris - University of Ontario Institute of TechnologyQualitative Research Methods in Practice: Case Studies in Research Methods used to Explore, Identify and Evaluate Social PhenomenaEnglish
ANGU 237 Navigating the Methodological and Knowledge Mobilization Challenges of Community-based Evaluative Case Study Research Brenda Poon - University of British ColumbiaQualitative Research Methods in Practice: Case Studies in Research Methods used to Explore, Identify and Evaluate Social PhenomenaEnglish

Feminist Sociology II: Social Movements, Violence, and Change - Wednesday, June 5th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 University Scandals: Patriarchal Response to Online Sexual Violence in CanadaLindsay Ostridge - University of OttawaOpen Session in Feminist SociologyEnglish
ANGU 437 Sexual Assault, in 280 characters or less: The questionable role of law in the #MeToo eraEmily Gerbrandt - University of AlbertaOpen Session in Feminist SociologyEnglish
ANGU 437 Feminist Sociology Community Engaged Provincial Family Court Watch Research: Access to justice and safety for women who have experienced violenceMavis Morton - University of GuelphOpen Session in Feminist SociologyEnglish

SSHRC Research Data Management Policy Implications for Research Practices and Knowledge Creation

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 SSHRC Research Data Management Policy Implications for Research Practices and Knowledge Creation

Political Sociology and Social Movements I: Right and left movements - memberships and confrontations - Wednesday, June 5th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 347 The Rising Tide of Hate: Intersections of Identity in the Modern White Nationalist MovementJillian Sunderland - McMaster University Current Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
ANGU 347 No One is Illegal - Xenophobes, solidarity, and protest policing in the US and Canada 2016-17Lesley Wood - York UniversityCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
ANGU 347 Quebec and the "Crisis of Democracy": The Interplay of Local Context and Global TransformationsMichael Rosenberg - Concordia UniversityCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
ANGU 347 A Penchant for Protest? Typifying Canadian Millennials' Political EngagementRandle Hart - Saint Mary's UniversityCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish

Profile of an Advanced Capitalist ‘Knowledge Economy’ Degradation of Professionals, Polarization of Managers, Underemployment of General Intellect - Wednesday, June 5th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 354 Underemployment of Highly Qualified Employees in 'Knowledge Economies': Trends and Implications for Workplace Change and Further TrainingD.W. Livingstone - University of TorontoProfile of an Advanced Capitalist ‘Knowledge Economy’ Degradation of Professionals, Polarization of Managers, Underemployment of General IntellectEnglish
ANGU 354 Are changes in professionals' work environments altering their skills and knowledge?Tracey Adams - The University of Western OntarioProfile of an Advanced Capitalist ‘Knowledge Economy’ Degradation of Professionals, Polarization of Managers, Underemployment of General IntellectEnglish
ANGU 354 Trajectories of Learning within the Non-Orthodox Proletarianization of Nursing in OntarioPeter Sawchuk - OISE/University of TorontoProfile of an Advanced Capitalist ‘Knowledge Economy’ Degradation of Professionals, Polarization of Managers, Underemployment of General IntellectEnglish

Production and Consumption II: Representation and Media - Wednesday, June 5th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 434 The Zombie Women of Netflix: Shuffling Subversive Discourses or Just Monstrous Bodies Rotting on the Bone?Nicole Hill - University of AlbertaProduction and Consumption in Creative Industries English
ANGU 434 Humanizing Lesbian Characters on Television: Exploring the Representation of their Interpersonal RelationshipsDurr-e Sameen - University of SaskatchewanProduction and Consumption in Creative Industries English
ANGU 434 "The New Faces of Fashion" - Representing and Responding to Disability in the Fashion Industry Jordan Foster - University of Toronto Production and Consumption in Creative Industries English
ANGU 434 Are game streamers cultural intermediaries?: Perceptions from independent game developersMatthew Perks - University of WaterlooProduction and Consumption in Creative Industries English

Entry Pathways and refugee resettlement - Wednesday, June 5th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 Transnational Queer Refugees: Gay Iranian Men Navigating Refugee Status and Cross-Border Ties in Canada Aryan Karimi - University of AlbertaEntry Pathways and refugee resettlement English
ANGU 435 "I Just Dream of Things Being Stable": Exploring How Physical Displacement Affects Syrian Refugee Mothers' Perception of TimeLaila Omar - University of TorontoEntry Pathways and refugee resettlement English
ANGU 435 Syrian Refugee Children's Narratives of ExperienceMehrunnisa Ali - Ryerson UniversityEntry Pathways and refugee resettlement English
ANGU 435 StFX WUSC: Leveraging Multi-Stakeholder PartnershipsJordan MacDonald - University of Guelph

Norine Verberg - St. Francis Xavier University
Entry Pathways and refugee resettlement English
ANGU 435 Hierarchies of humanity, organizational processes, and refugee sponsorship in Canada.Ian Van Haren - McGill UniversityEntry Pathways and refugee resettlement English

Conversations among Indigenous, Sociological and Feminist Analyses - Wednesday, June 5th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 THE CANADIAN CRIMINAL (IN)JUSTICE SYSTEM: The Impact of Systemic Racism and Sexism on the Denial of Justice for Indigenous Female Victims of HomicideJessica Rumboldt - York UniversityConversations among Indigenous, Sociological and Feminist AnalysesEnglish
ANGU 437 Creating a safe space for Indigenous youth in urban areas: The Case of Young Women in Thunder BayChris Southcott - Lakehead UniversityConversations among Indigenous, Sociological and Feminist AnalysesEnglish
ANGU 437 Integrative Feminist, Indigenous and Commoning Perspectives: Why We Need Each OtherAngela Miles - University of TorontoConversations among Indigenous, Sociological and Feminist AnalysesEnglish

Mental Health and Social Context Roundtable II: Education, Youth and Mental Health - Wednesday, June 5th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) Development of the Post-Secondary Student Stressors Index (PSSI): Understanding the Sources of Student Stress and the Student's Social ContextBrooke Linden - Queen's UniversityMental Health and Social ContextEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Exploring the interrelation and effect of different contexts on mental and emotional health provision in primary education in Wales, UK using the 'Context and Implementation of Complex Interventions' frameworkStephen Jennings - DECIPHerMental Health and Social ContextEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) An Examination of the Risk and Predictive Factors for Health and Well-Being among Youth In-Care in OntarioGreggory Cullen - University of GuelphMental Health and Social ContextEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) 'Cyberbullying Remedies: Do Educators hold the key?' : Educator perceptions and experiences responding to students and online harm.Mohana Mukherjee - University of CalgaryMental Health and Social ContextEnglish

Conceptualizing Childhood And Youth: Intersections and Inequalities - Wednesday, June 5th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 235 The making of childhood and death: An analysis of posthumous visual representations of Berkin ElvanMeral Tan - Carleton University Intersections And Inequalities In Conceptualizing And Experiencing Childhood And YouthEnglish
ANGU 235 The ideologies of childhood: The intersection of autism and childhood Abneet Atwal - Brock University Intersections And Inequalities In Conceptualizing And Experiencing Childhood And YouthEnglish
ANGU 235 "I cried for, like, a month straight": How gender, race, class, sexuality, and disability shape the first-year unviersity experienceShauna Pomerantz - Brock UniversityIntersections And Inequalities In Conceptualizing And Experiencing Childhood And YouthEnglish
ANGU 235 The Sociology of Generations and Conceptualising Inequalities in Childhood and Youth StudiesDan Woodman - University of Melbourne, AustraliaIntersections And Inequalities In Conceptualizing And Experiencing Childhood And YouthEnglish
ANGU 235 Children's Rights through Relational Ontologies: A Rights-Integrative Approach to Sexuality EducationAdam Davies - Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of TorontoIntersections And Inequalities In Conceptualizing And Experiencing Childhood And YouthEnglish

Qualitative Research Methods in Practice II: Case Studies in Applied Sociology - Wednesday, June 5th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 237 Inherit Traditional Chinese Cultural Classics and Carry Forward Taoism of the Ancient Sages : A Narrative Research of Sinology Teachers' Self-identityXIUXIA LIU - East China Normal University Qualitative Research Methods in Practice: Case Studies in Research Methods used to Explore, Identify and Evaluate Social PhenomenaEnglish
ANGU 237 Applying qualitative research methods in peace and security studies: its comparative advantages and ethnographic reflectionsShukuko Koyama - Waseda UniversityQualitative Research Methods in Practice: Case Studies in Research Methods used to Explore, Identify and Evaluate Social PhenomenaEnglish
ANGU 237 Characterising Networked Individualism Over the Life CourseMolly Harper - Western UniversityQualitative Research Methods in Practice: Case Studies in Research Methods used to Explore, Identify and Evaluate Social PhenomenaEnglish
ANGU 237 Theory generation: The iterative nature of interpretive grounded theory for examining a socio-ecological disasterKailah Sebastian - University of ReginaQualitative Research Methods in Practice: Case Studies in Research Methods used to Explore, Identify and Evaluate Social PhenomenaEnglish
ANGU 237 Environmental Despair: Exploring the Impact of the 2018 New Brunswick Spring Flood on Residents' Mental Health Julia Woodhall-Melnik - University of New BrunswickQualitative Research Methods in Practice: Case Studies in Research Methods used to Explore, Identify and Evaluate Social PhenomenaEnglish

Climate Change and Energy Futures - Wednesday, June 5th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 Rural communities adapting to climate change: a socio-political analysisSusan O'Donnell - University of New BrunswickClimate Change and Energy FuturesEnglish
ANGU 292 Top Down Mobilization for Low Carbon Transition in China Yuan Zheng Li - Université LavalClimate Change and Energy FuturesEnglish
ANGU 292 Social Networks and Climate Change Policy Actor Views about the Oil Sands in Canada.David Tindall - University of British ColumbiaClimate Change and Energy FuturesEnglish
ANGU 292 Energy Futures Under the Threat of Fossil-fuelled Climate ChangeRaymond Murphy - University of OttawaClimate Change and Energy FuturesEnglish

Durkheimian analyses of contemporary social phenomena - Wednesday, June 5th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 "God's Story" and Faith-Based Humanitarianism: Tracking the Components and Limits of Faith-based CosmopolitanismRobin Willey - Concordia University of EdmontonDurkheimian analyses of contemporary social phenomenaEnglish
ANGU 293 A durkheimian take on commercial space explorationKaty Maloney - LED-UQAMDurkheimian analyses of contemporary social phenomenaEnglish
ANGU 293 De la mutualisation solidaire à la gestion actuarielle : vers une sociologie durkheimienne de l'assuranceMathieu Charbonneau - Concordia UniversityDurkheimian analyses of contemporary social phenomenaEnglish

LGBTQ Issues and Inequalities: Queer/Trans Interventions - Wednesday, June 5th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 335 Other Possible Worlds: Queerness as an intervention into neoliberal success narratives in educationNadine Violette - The University of Toronto, OISELGBTQ Issues and InequalitiesEnglish
ANGU 335 Queering the Square? Cruising on Campus and Destratifying Queer Social Science.James Forbes - York UniversityLGBTQ Issues and InequalitiesEnglish
ANGU 335 We Love To Hate You: The Black Trans Sociologist As OtherBlu Buchanan - University of California, DavisLGBTQ Issues and InequalitiesEnglish
ANGU 335 Stepping out of the Closet: Confronting the In's and 'Out's' of SexualityTakara Ketchell - University of AlbertaLGBTQ Issues and InequalitiesEnglish

Challenging Anti-Black Racism and Colonialism in Canadian Sociology: What is the Role of the CSA?

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 Challenging Anti-Black Racism and Colonialism in Canadian Sociology: What is the Role of the CSA?

Decolonizing Canada: Critically Considering Settler Solidarity During Indigenous Led Efforts - Thursday, June 6th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 "We Are Both Struggling": Indigenous Solidarity in Immigrant Settlement AgenciesYukiko Tanaka - University of TorontoDecolonizing Canada Critically Considering Settler Solidarity During Indigenous Led EffortsEnglish
ANGU 435 Decolonizing Bodies: An Indigenous Perspective on Health and Wellness in Canadian Jacqueline Quinless - University of VictoriaDecolonizing Canada Critically Considering Settler Solidarity During Indigenous Led EffortsEnglish

Teaching Showcase: Innovative Ways of Teaching Sociology I - Thursday, June 6th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 Integrating Pedagogical Objectives with Community Needs: A Mandate for Quantitative Methods Classes in SociologyNatalie M Delia Deckard - Davidson CollegeTeaching Showcase Innovative Ways of Teaching SociologyEnglish
ANGU 437 Incorporating Peer to Peer Teaching and Learning in the ClassroomMabel Ho - University of British ColumbiaTeaching Showcase Innovative Ways of Teaching SociologyEnglish
ANGU 437 "But what if I'm not a good artist?": Experiences with Creative Arts-Based Pedagogies in the Undergraduate ClassroomKristen Hardy - University of Winnipeg and Brandon UniversityTeaching Showcase Innovative Ways of Teaching SociologyEnglish
ANGU 437 Applying “Appreciative Inquiry” to AssignmentsDr. Nancy-Angel Doetzel - Mount Royal UniversityTeaching Showcase Innovative Ways of Teaching SociologyEnglish

Omnibus:Examining alienation, radicalization and extremism - Thursday, June 6th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) Late Modernity, Bureaucratic Organization and World AlienationLadan Adhami-Dorrani - York UniversityOmnibusEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) The mediating role of Human capital on the relationship between Social learning and Labour productivityDr. Wasim Aslam - Bahauddin Zakariya UniversityOmnibusEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) An Examination of the Turner Diaries and Its Current Impacts on the Discourses of Emerging Right-Wing Extremist and Militia Groups in the North America: Content AnalysisFatih Karakus - University of Ontario Institute of Technology OmnibusEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Insights on the emergence and mainstreaming of radicalization discourse in the Canadian contextKris Millett - Concordia UniversityOmnibusEnglish

Animals and the(ir) Environment - Thursday, June 6th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 The Multispecies Work of WildernessGary Catano - Memorial University of Newfoundland Animals and the(ir) EnvironmentEnglish
ANGU 293 Leaving Together, Living Together?: Interspecies Sheltering in IPV FacilitiesSarah May Lindsay - McMaster UniversityAnimals and the(ir) EnvironmentEnglish
ANGU 293 "Trilobite Time": Towards a Sociology of Paleontology in the AnthropoceneRebecca Yoshizawa - Kwantlen Polytechnic UniversityAnimals and the(ir) EnvironmentEnglish
ANGU 293 The transposable nature of nature: Incorporating "the structure of nature" into social structureTyler Bateman - University of TorontoAnimals and the(ir) EnvironmentEnglish

New Theory in Economic Sociology and Political Economy III - Thursday, June 6th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 235 Understanding Crowdfunding as Social ProvisioningVincci Li - York UniversityNew Theory in Economic Sociology and Political EconomyEnglish
ANGU 235 Family-directed cord blood banking and the (re)privatization of social reproduction Anouck Alary - Université de MontréalNew Theory in Economic Sociology and Political EconomyEnglish, French
ANGU 235 'Outside the Law': An Exploration of Investor Citizenship in CanadaMegan McGoey-Smith - Carleton University New Theory in Economic Sociology and Political EconomyEnglish
ANGU 235 Reorganized Capitalism and Its SubsystemsChristos Orfanidis - University of TorontoNew Theory in Economic Sociology and Political EconomyEnglish
ANGU 235 Economics outside Economics: Understanding Economic Action as Social Action in Sociology and AnthropologyConnie Phung - Concordia UniversityNew Theory in Economic Sociology and Political EconomyEnglish

Researching Childhood and Youth: Rethinking Dominant Practices - Thursday, June 6th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 037 Experiences and Trajectories of Former Youth in CareChristine Carey - McMaster UniversityIntersections And Inequalities In Conceptualizing And Experiencing Childhood And YouthEnglish
ANGU 037 Evicting my childhood: young people's survival of unstable housing in New ZealandLouisa Choe - University of OtagoIntersections And Inequalities In Conceptualizing And Experiencing Childhood And YouthEnglish
ANGU 037 Politicizing Early Childhood Education and Care: Race, Identity and Belonging Zuhra Abawi - Ryerson UniversityResearch With ChildrenEnglish
ANGU 037 Exploring How Children with ADHD Perceive Equine Assisted TherapiesErin Harvey - Ryerson UniversityResearch With ChildrenEnglish
ANGU 037 Can ecological relationships be grown indoors? Leah Shoemaker - Ryerson UniversityResearch With ChildrenEnglish

Cognitive Sociology - Thursday, June 6th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 Governing Awareness: Contextualizing mindfulness as a technology of the selfSpencer Huesken - Queen's UniversityCognitive SociologyEnglish
LSK 201 The place of symbols in cognitive sociology : from G.H. Mead to J. BrunerJean-François Côté - Université du Québec à MontréalCognitive SociologyEnglish
LSK 201 Imagination and identification of the self: inequalities in gender, race and class through fictional emotionsJulien Quesne - UQÀMCognitive SociologyEnglish
LSK 201 Auguste Comte and the Cognitive Foundations of SociologyRyan McVeigh - Lakehead UniversityCognitive SociologyEnglish
LSK 201 When Actions Speak Louder than Words - social activists' use of insights from the scholar knowledge of actions, cognition, and culture Noam Keren - University of TorontoCognitive SociologyEnglish

Sociology of Aging - Thursday, June 6th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 Inequalities 'within' Welfare States: A Framework for Understanding the Political Context of Health InequalitiesKazi Sabrina Haq - University of VictoriaSociology of AgingEnglish
ANGU 292 Older Women's Consumption of Women's Magazines: Use and Value in Everyday LifeDana Sawchuk - Wilfrid Laurier UniversitySociology of AgingEnglish
ANGU 292 Media accounts of violence in older adults across settings and relations of careLaura Funk - University of ManitobaSociology of AgingEnglish

Canadian Contributions to Theoretical Criminology - Thursday, June 6th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 237 Reconciling Incarceration Trends: An analysis of criminal justices overexertion of power, control, and authority on Indigenous bodies in CanadaAlicia Clifford - The University of CalgaryCanadian Contributions to Theoretical CriminologyEnglish
ANGU 237 Between a Cop and a Hard Place: Situating Social Context in Routine Activity TheoryStorm Jeffers - University of TorontoCanadian Contributions to Theoretical CriminologyEnglish
ANGU 237 Anti-Money Launder Compliance and the Accounting Profession as a GatekeeperMark Lokanan - Royal Roads UniversityCanadian Contributions to Theoretical CriminologyEnglish
ANGU 237 The Association between Community Resources and Crime Rates: Aggregated Longitudinal Evidence from CanadaRichard Kanary - McMaster UniversityCanadian Contributions to Theoretical CriminologyEnglish
ANGU 237 Understanding Canadian Youth Offending through the Developmental LensAdrienne Peters - Memorial University of Newfoundland Canadian Contributions to Theoretical CriminologyEnglish

Gender & Sexuality III: Gender - Thursday, June 6th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 343 Silence and Lethal: Lived Experiences of Sexual Violence among Married Women in GhanaGervin Apatinga - Memorial University of NewfoundlandGender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish
ANGU 343 Urban Equals? Cities, Gender Equality and Social Change in Africa and AsiaLiam Swiss - Memorial UniversityGender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish
ANGU 343 Detention Avoidance or Detention Abolition? Analyzing the Politics of Immigration Detention for Pregnant Women and Vulnerable GroupsSalina Abji - Carleton UniversityGender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish
ANGU 343 Doing/Undoing/Redoing Gender? Thinking through women's resistance and reinforcement of the gendered stigmatization of substance useKat Kolar - University of British ColumbiaGender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish
ANGU 343 Understanding Gendered Social Problems: The Case of Empathizing with Porn AddictionLily Ivanova - University of British ColumbiaGender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish

Sociology of Development IV: "Doing Development" - Thursday, June 6th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 039 "Look, a mzungu!": Exploring White Hypervisibility, Privilege, and Guilt for White Canadian Women in International Development in East AfricaZoë Gross - Women and Gender Studies Institute, University of TorontoSociology of DevelopmentEnglish
ANGU 039 Entangled Selves: exploring the gendered lives of development workers in Lao PDRSam Morton - Memorial University of NewfoundlandSociology of DevelopmentEnglish
ANGU 039 Developing Bihar: contextualizing the importance of community educationAditya Raj - Indian Institute of Technology PatnaSociology of DevelopmentEnglish

Rules and Regulations in the City - Thursday, June 6th - 08:30-10:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 350 Loopholes and Legacies: Street Food Vending and Divergent Regulatory Regimes in Portland, OR and Vancouver, BCAmy Hanser - University of British ColumbiaRules & Regulations in the CityEnglish
ANGU 350 Body Rubs & Bylaws: The Regulation & Surveillance of Body Rub parlour Sex Work in Edmonton, AlbertaLauren Montgomery - Carleton UniversityRules & Regulations in the City
ANGU 350 The City Temporary: Regulating Speculators, Pop-ups, Community Gardens, and Temporary Modular Housing Nathanael Lauster - University of British ColumbiaRules & Regulations in the CityEnglish
ANGU 350 On the Social Nature of RulesNeal LaMontagne - UCLA Luskin School of Public AffairsRules & Regulations in the CityEnglish
ANGU 350 Making space to grow: The production of urban agriculture in Edmonton, AlbertaMichael Granzow - University of AlbertaRules & Regulations in the CityEnglish

New sociologies of urban public space I: shifting practices, shifting forms - Thursday, June 6th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 350 Scoreboard Urbanism: Assessing Mental Life in the "Smart" MetropolisMatt Patterson - University of CalgaryNew sociologies of urban public space reconceptualizing conflict and convivialityEnglish
ANGU 350 Variability of urbanization Cary Wu - University of British ColumbiaNew sociologies of urban public space reconceptualizing conflict and convivialityEnglish
ANGU 350 The politics of encounter and relationality in, through, and beyond urban public spacesEugene McCann - Simon Fraser UniversityNew sociologies of urban public space reconceptualizing conflict and convivialityEnglish
ANGU 350 Toronto's Sugar Beach Park: A Case Study of Identity Formation of Newly Developed Urban Public PlacesOlimpia Bidian - University of TorontoNew sociologies of urban public space reconceptualizing conflict and convivialityEnglish

Cannabis Legalization: Exploring the Impacts of an Unprecedented Drug Policy Change - Thursday, June 6th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 237 Canada's Legalization: A Patchwork Quilt in Progress?Neil Boyc - Simon Fraser University, School of CriminologyCannabis Legalization Exploring the Impacts of an Unprecedented Drug Policy ChangeEnglish
ANGU 237 Eliminating the Collateral Consequences of Punishment After Cannabis Legalization in Canada Samantha McAleese - Carleton UniversityCannabis Legalization Exploring the Impacts of an Unprecedented Drug Policy ChangeEnglish
ANGU 237 Enforcing Cannabis Legalization: Implications for Indigenous-settler RelationsAndrew Crosby - Carleton UniversityCannabis Legalization Exploring the Impacts of an Unprecedented Drug Policy ChangeEnglish
ANGU 237 Students' perceptions of their cannabis useChristiana MacDougall - Mount Allison UniversityCannabis Legalization Exploring the Impacts of an Unprecedented Drug Policy ChangeEnglish

Critical Diasporic South Asian Feminisms in Canada - Thursday, June 6th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 Deconstructing my Being and Becoming a South Asian Feminist in CanadaPeruvemba Jaya - University of OttawaCritical Diasporic South Asian Feminisms in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 292 "Be"-Longing: For My Ancestral LandSabeen Kazmi - University of TorontoCritical Diasporic South Asian Feminisms in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 292 South Asian Feminism? Undecided. Ayesha Mian Akram - University of WindsorCritical Diasporic South Asian Feminisms in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 292 Place-based Imperatives in Policy Participation: Critically Examining Racialized Settlers’ Relational Responsibilities to Decolonization in CanadaBinish Ahmed - Ryerson UniversityCritical Diasporic South Asian Feminisms in CanadaEnglish
ANGU 292 'You are not a South Asian Muslim! You are gay!'Maryam Khan - Wilfrid Laurier UniversityCritical Diasporic South Asian Feminisms in CanadaEnglish

Teaching Showcase: Innovative Ways of Teaching Sociology II - Thursday, June 6th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 What's on My Home Screen? Using an iPhone to Pique the Sociological Imagination on the First Day of ClassDana Sawchuk - Wilfrid Laurier UniversityTeaching Showcase Innovative Ways of Teaching SociologyEnglish
ANGU 437 A Climate Change Module for Introduction to Sociology ClassesAndrew Szasz - University of California, Santa CruzTeaching Showcase Innovative Ways of Teaching SociologyEnglish
ANGU 437 "I saw that on Riverdale": Applied Learning and the Use of Cultural References & Current Events in Assignment DesignChris Tatham - University of TorontoTeaching Showcase Innovative Ways of Teaching SociologyEnglish
ANGU 437 Building in Student ChoiceNathan Innocente - University of TorontoTeaching Showcase Innovative Ways of Teaching SociologyEnglish

Sociological and Political Thought: Indigenous Perspectives - Thursday, June 6th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 Transitional Justice, Settler Colonialism and Decolonising Concepts of Justice Augustine Park - Carleton UniversitySociological and Political Thought Indigenous PerspectivesEnglish
ANGU 435 Political Philosophy in the Form of a Longhouse: Haudenosaunee Social Contract PraxisSteven Orr - Carlton University

Sam Grey - Trent University
Sociological and Political Thought Indigenous PerspectivesEnglish
ANGU 435 The Two Row Wampum and Theorizing Democracy in AmericaYann Allard-Tremblay - Glendon College, York UniversitySociological and Political Thought Indigenous PerspectivesEnglish
ANGU 435 "Telling Savage Stories": The Contrapuntal Writings of Emma LaRocqueElaine Coburn - York UniversitySociological and Political Thought Indigenous PerspectivesEnglish

Political Sociology and Social Movements V: Social movements in action - navigating stakeholders and political institutions - Thursday, June 6th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) Policy, Politics and Advocacy: Care, Childcare, and the Ontario 2018 Election Rachel Langford - Ryerson UniversityCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Maple Leaves from Acer Saccharum to St. Cyr's pictogram: exploring the reception of the Maple leaf in Get Out the Vote campaign postersOfer Berenstein - University of CalgaryCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Political Engagement in Canada: Understanding Variation in Political Action RepertoiresAnna Slavina - University of TorontoCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Cooperation or Co-optation? Capitalist Allies in the Network Neutrality MovementGabriel Menard - University of TorontoCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) From Paramilitary Groups to Paramilitary Violence: the Importance of Developing a Conceptual Tool to Account for Capital-Enabling ViolenceJasmin Hristov - UBC OkanaganCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish

Gender & Sexuality I: Theoretical Approaches - Thursday, June 6th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 343 Revealing gendered social relations through feminist literary and sociological workJanna Klostermann - Carleton UniversityGender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish
ANGU 343 The History of Sex: A Feminist Genealogy of Sexual DifferenceToby Finlay - York UniversityGender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish
ANGU 343 "Trans Enough?": Examining the Boundaries of Trans-Identity MembershipD. Kyle Sutherland - University of British Columbia Gender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish
ANGU 343 Strange Bedfellows: Surveillance, Queerness, and National SecurityBrian Schram - University of WaterlooGender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish
ANGU 343 Relationally Speaking: The Implications for Women of Treating Embryos as Property in a Canadian ContextKathleen Hammond - University of CambridgeGender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish

Recent Developments in the Sociology of Risk - Thursday, June 6th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 235 A Genealogy of Extreme Enclosures: Poverty and Climate VulnerabilityDavid Champagne - University of British ColumbiaRecent Developments in the Sociology of RiskEnglish
ANGU 235 Connecting communities through the transportation system: The role of adaptive capacity to withstand a disruptionAlexa Tanner - University of British ColumbiaRecent Developments in the Sociology of RiskEnglish
ANGU 235 The significance of Voluntary Risk-taking in the Decision to Join the Canadian Infantry: A Lifecourse Perspective Jean-François Chapman - University of OttawaRecent Developments in the Sociology of RiskEnglish
ANGU 235 From Environmental Justice to Risk InjusticeDean Curran - University of CalgaryRecent Developments in the Sociology of RiskEnglish
ANGU 235 Risk in Policy of Teacher ProfessionalismTheresa Shanahan - York UniversityRecent Developments in the Sociology of RiskEnglish

Whiteness in the Age of White Rage - Thursday, June 6th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 037 Relating Hegemonic Whiteness to Definitions of Right-Wing Extremism in Canadian Extremist GroupsKayla Preston - Dalhousie UniversityWhiteness in the Age of White RageEnglish
ANGU 037 Frogs, Red Pills, Torches, and Swastikas; A Foucauldian Discourse Analysis of Canadian Alt-Right MasculinitiesAshkan Rahmani - York UniversityWhiteness in the Age of White RageEnglish
ANGU 037 Rendering Whiteness palatable: The Acceptable Muslim, Islamophobia and boundaries of racialized inclusion Shelina Kassam - Independent ResearcherWhiteness in the Age of White RageEnglish
ANGU 037 Framing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Canada: A Media Analysis of White Rhetoric and Colonial Denial in Indigenous-Non-Indigenous Relations from 2003 to 2016Laura Mudde - Ph.D. Candidate University of British ColumbiaWhiteness in the Age of White RageEnglish

Sociology of Development III: Gender and Development - Thursday, June 6th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 039 Gender, Political Ideology, and Women-Focused Aid to Sub-Saharan AfricaEugene Dim - University of TorontoSociology of DevelopmentEnglish
ANGU 039 Normative Masculinity and Sexuality in Campaigns for Male Circumcision as HIV prevention in sub-Saharan Africa: Limits to a Demand Creation ApproachSarah Rudrum - Acadia University Sociology of DevelopmentEnglish
ANGU 039 Exposure to Global Cultural Scripts through Media and Attitudes toward Violence against WomenJeffrey Swindle - University of MichiganSociology of DevelopmentEnglish
ANGU 039 Exploring "New" Women's Rights and Trends of Their ExercisePrincess Ilonze - Memorial University of NewfoundlandSociology of DevelopmentEnglish
ANGU 039 Gender Discrimination, Network Penalties, and Firm Innovation in ChinaJunmin Wang - University of MemphisSociology of DevelopmentEnglish

What can network analysis do for sociology?

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 What can network analysis do for sociology?

Critical Approaches to the “Question of the Animal” - Thursday, June 6th - 10:30-12:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 Student experiences and understandings of using animals in education and researchNicole Power - Memorial University of NewfoundlandCritical Approaches to the “Question of the Animal”English
ANGU 293 The Grass Isn't Greener on the Other Side: Dairy advertisements and consumers moral disengagementShelby Sanda - University of TorontoCritical Approaches to the “Question of the Animal”English
ANGU 293 UBC's Animals: Non-human animals and the institutionErica Thomson - The University of British Columbia Okanagan Critical Approaches to the “Question of the Animal”English
ANGU 293 Humans, Animals, and Power: addressing the animal question in international developmentSam Morton - Memorial University of NewfoundlandCritical Approaches to the “Question of the Animal”English

Sociology of Development I: The Development of Development - Thursday, June 6th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 039 Development as a historical project of power: A tale of four regimes Md Islam - Associate Professor, Nanyang Technological University Singapore Sociology of DevelopmentEnglish
ANGU 039 Viability of Social Democratic Development: An Analysis of the World's Leontief Input-Output Matrices 2010Samuel Cohn - Texas A and M UniversitySociology of DevelopmentEnglish
ANGU 039 Reconceptualizing Development: grassroots activism, agriculture and sustainable livelihoodhasan mahmud - Northwestern University in QatarSociology of DevelopmentEnglish
ANGU 039 Agency, Social Structure and Development Challenges: Examining the Ghanaian CaseJoseph Asomah - University of SaskatchewanSociology of DevelopmentEnglish
ANGU 039 Canadian Care Work Under Late CapitalismKeith Ó Néill - University of AmsterdamSociology of DevelopmentEnglish

Gentrification and the City - Thursday, June 6th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 350 Demoviction Resistance: The Herongate Tenant Coalition and Social Movement Suppression Andrew Crosby - Carleton UniversityGentrification and the City English
ANGU 350 Gentri-Vacation: Examining the Localized Impacts of Global Digital PlatformsDustin Gray - University of British ColumbiaGentrification and the City English
ANGU 350 Urban masculinity, contested spaces, and classed subcultures: young homeless men navigating downtown Ottawa, CanadaJacqueline Kennelly - Carleton UniversityGentrification and the City English
ANGU 350 Queer Pop-Ups, Artists, and Gentrification: Collective Belonging and Displacement in the Unaffordable CityRyan Stillwagon - University of British Columbia

Zachary Hyde - University of British Columbia
Gentrification and the City English
ANGU 350 Social justice in green neighborhoods: An evaluation of Dockside Green, Victoria.Meg Holden - Simon Fraser UniversityGentrification and the City English

Political Sociology and Social Movements VI: Protest, networks and resources - Thursday, June 6th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) Measuring Diffusion of Social Movements in the United States, 1960-1995Tony Huiquan Zhang - St. Thomas More College, University of SaskatchewanCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) The Shahbag Movement: Bringing changes in the mode of protest in BangladeshManjima Madhuri - Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi Current Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Not Trusting the State, Not Trusting Each Other?Nil Polat - The University of British ColumbiaCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Revisiting the Role of Alienation in ActivismMilos Brocic - Mr.Current Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish

Gender & Sexuality II: Sexuality - Thursday, June 6th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 343 Parenting in the context of consensual non-monogamiesMilaine Alarie - Institut national de recherche scientifique (INRS)Gender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish
ANGU 343 The Circuits of Sexuality: Analyzing the Cultural Phenomenon of Ru Paul's Drag Race Jennifer Peruniak - University of TorontoGender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish
ANGU 343 Church Politics, Same-Sex Cohabitation, and Gender Change in Contemporary GreeceChristos Orfanidis - University of TorontoGender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish
ANGU 343 Gatekeeping 'Male Enhancement': (Hetero)Sexuality, 'Monster Cocks', and the (Im)Possibilities for Bodily BeingJennifer Thomas - Simon Fraser UniversityGender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish
ANGU 343 Writing in the Margins: Queerness as a Problem in Sexual EducationTakara Ketchell - University of AlbertaGender & Sexuality Open SessionEnglish

New Theory in Economic Sociology and Political Economy I - Thursday, June 6th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 235 Income pooling, assets sharing, and the logics of economic integration among Quebecois couplesMaude Pugliese - Institut national de recherche scientifique New Theory in Economic Sociology and Political EconomyEnglish
ANGU 235 Liberalization and Legitimacy: Relationship Formation in A Newly Liberalized Market Ningzi Li - University of Colorado - Boulder New Theory in Economic Sociology and Political EconomyEnglish
ANGU 235 Institutional Pessimism, Political Ties, and Firm Innovation in China's Private SectorJunmin Wang - University of MemphisNew Theory in Economic Sociology and Political EconomyEnglish
ANGU 235 Transparency and Market-Making in First Nations Kyle Willmott - Simon Fraser UniversityNew Theory in Economic Sociology and Political EconomyEnglish

Sociology of Addictive, Risk-taking, and Impulsive Behaviours I - Thursday, June 6th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 237 "They have Money, they have Power": Pathways to Gang Involvement and Desistance Through the Eyes of Young Adults in EdmontonTaylor-Rae Foster - University of AlbertaSociology of Addictive, Risk-taking, and Impulsive BehavioursEnglish
ANGU 237 Retail Therapy or An Urge to Splurge: A Study of Impulsive Buying Behaviour among University StudentsAngel Chow - University of ReginaSociology of Addictive, Risk-taking, and Impulsive BehavioursEnglish
ANGU 237 Young Adult Health Behaviours: The Effect of Higher EducationAnthony Jehn - Western UniversitySociology of Addictive, Risk-taking, and Impulsive BehavioursEnglish
ANGU 237 Raving Reviews: The Risk Environments of Club Drug UseNick Cristiano - York UniversitySociology of Addictive, Risk-taking, and Impulsive BehavioursEnglish
ANGU 237 Gambling Behaviour in a Sample of University Students: A Multivariate Logistic Regression AnalysisXiashengyou Wang - University of ReginaSociology of Addictive, Risk-taking, and Impulsive BehavioursEnglish

Advances in Mental Health Research - Thursday, June 6th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 The Palliative Function of Legality Beliefs on Mental HealthLaura Upenieks - University of Toronto Advances in Mental Health ResearchEnglish
ANGU 292 The Icelandic Way: Recommendations for the Adoption of Iceland's Substance Abuse Prevention Program in North AmericaLey Fraser - University of Manitoba Advances in Mental Health ResearchEnglish
ANGU 292 Cultural resources and mental health: The impact of traditional activities and Aboriginal school programming on psychological distressJonathan Kauenhowen - University of TorontoAdvances in Mental Health ResearchEnglish

Revisiting Gender in the Sociology of Knowledge: The Social Organization and Social Imaginary of Knowledge - Thursday, June 6th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 "Tribal Dynamics" of Perceptual Modelling and Meaning Fixation in Literary JournalismWill Keats-Osborn - Will Keats-Osborn Ministries LLCRevisiting Gender in the Sociology of KnowledgeEnglish
ANGU 293 "Blasting Stereotypes All Over": The Raging Grannies' Strategic Deployment of the Social ImaginaryJennifer Fellows - Douglas CollegeRevisiting Gender in the Sociology of KnowledgeEnglish
ANGU 293 Gender in the Assignment of Grades to Undergraduate StudentsAnastasia Kulpa - MacEwan UniversityRevisiting Gender in the Sociology of KnowledgeEnglish
ANGU 293 An egalitarian partnership? The negotiation of housework in nonmarital cohabiting unionsAdam Vanzella-Yang - The University of British ColumbiaRevisiting Gender in the Sociology of KnowledgeEnglish

Social Networks Within and Between Ethnic Groups - Thursday, June 6th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 037 Access to Ethnic Social Capitals for Members of Subordinated Ethnic Status GroupsBonnie Erickson - University of TorontoSocial Networks Within and Between Ethnic Groups English
ANGU 037 Social networks and integration mechanisms: How to rebuild ties under critical events in Mytilene, Lesvos ALEXANDROS ILIADIS CASTILLO - International Hellenic UniversitySocial Networks Within and Between Ethnic Groups English
ANGU 037 Bonding vs Bridging among Immigrants in Canada: The Role of Habitus Georgina Chuatico - Western University Social Networks Within and Between Ethnic Groups English
ANGU 037 On the Strengths and Limitations of the Contact Theory: The Case of Muslim and non-Muslim High School Students in Calgary Abdie Kazemipur - University of CalgarySocial Networks Within and Between Ethnic Groups English

Assessing Teaching and Learning in Sociology - Thursday, June 6th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 Brick by Brick: A SoTL project on Sociology and Health Farah Shroff - UBCAssessing Teaching and Learning in Sociology English
ANGU 437 How can we help students learn how to 'think like a sociologist'? Employing SoTL theories and research to inform our teaching strategies.Alison Thomas - Douglas CollegeAssessing Teaching and Learning in Sociology English
ANGU 437 Learning Statistics by Answering QuestionsMitchell McIvor - University of West GeorgiaAssessing Teaching and Learning in Sociology English
ANGU 437 Does Size Matter? Instructors' and Students' Perceptions of Students' Use of Technology in the ClassroomElena Neiterman - University of WaterlooAssessing Teaching and Learning in Sociology

Indigenzing/Decolonizing Canadian Educational Institutions I - Thursday, June 6th - 13:30-15:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 The Implications of University Corporatization for the Indigenization ProjectClaire Polster - University of ReginaIndigenzing/Decolonizing Canadian Educational InstitutionsEnglish
ANGU 435 Decolonizing Universities: Indigenous Students' Perspectives and Experiences Kerry Bailey - McMaster UniversityIndigenzing/Decolonizing Canadian Educational InstitutionsEnglish
ANGU 435 Consciously adjusting the volume of the settler's voiceAvril Aitken - Bishop's UniversityIndigenzing/Decolonizing Canadian Educational InstitutionsEnglish

#BlackProfessorsMatters Experiences in White Academe

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 #BlackProfessorsMatters Experiences in White Academe

Gender and Sexuality IV - Thursday, June 6th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 343 Between Liberty and Oppression: Queer Witchcraft as 'Enchanting' Infrastructure and ObjectEmma Croll-Baehre - McMaster University Gender and Sexuality RoundtableEnglish
ANGU 343 Contemporary Trans Rights and Activism in CanadaRobyn Hlatky - University of VictoriaGender and Sexuality RoundtableEnglish
ANGU 343 The Two Sides of Beauty Women WearPaul Jakhu - University of the Fraser ValleyGender and Sexuality RoundtableEnglish
ANGU 343 Gender Representation in Chinese Political News Coverage of CorruptionYiyan Li - university of saskatchewanGender and Sexuality RoundtableEnglish

Sociology of Development II: Conflict/Environment/Resources - Thursday, June 6th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 039 Global Conflict and the Crisis of Syrian Development: A Multi-Causal ExplanationEfe Can Gürcan - Simon Fraser UniversitySociology of DevelopmentEnglish
ANGU 039 Violent Land Dispossession and the Expansion of Agribusiness and Extractive-sector Capital: Evidence from Mexico, Honduras and ColombiaJasmni Hristov - UBC OkanaganSociology of DevelopmentEnglish
ANGU 039 Privatizing Nature: Resource Development and Nationalist Imaginaries in BangladeshM. Omar Faruque - University of TorontoSociology of DevelopmentEnglish
ANGU 039 Farmers, market power and Kyrgyzstan's accession to the EEUDeborah Dergousoff - Simon Fraser UniversitySociology of DevelopmentEnglish
ANGU 039 The Road Paved by Pineapple: PINDECO in Rural Costa RicaAfshan Golriz - Concordia UniversitySociology of DevelopmentEnglish

New sociologies of urban public space II: contact, conflict and care - Thursday, June 6th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 350 "You wanna roll?": Brazilian Jiu Jitsu gyms as semipublic spaces for urban encounters of differenceBrigid Burke - University of TorontoNew sociologies of urban public space reconceptualizing conflict and convivialityEnglish
ANGU 350 Respect, Rules and Rudeness: Driving and Road Rage in the Greater Toronto AreaYvonne Daoleuxay - University of TorontoNew sociologies of urban public space reconceptualizing conflict and convivialityEnglish
ANGU 350 Washrooms for Customers Only: Space, Dignity, and Sh*tting in the CityEdith Wilson - University of GuelphNew sociologies of urban public space reconceptualizing conflict and convivialityEnglish
ANGU 350 "Making rooms": Encountering difference in urban spaces of careMelora Koepke - SFUNew sociologies of urban public space reconceptualizing conflict and convivialityEnglish

Indigenzing/Decolonizing Canadian Educational Institutions II - Thursday, June 6th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 435 Teacher Engagement with Reconciliation and the Role of Settler Colonialism: The "Alberta Advantage"Danielle Lorenz - University of AlbertaIndigenzing/Decolonizing Canadian Educational InstitutionsEnglish
ANGU 435 How Critical Indigenous Methodologies can Help us Better Understand the Long-Term Impacts of Culturally Responsive Schooling and Success with Indigenous LearnersCynthia Gallop - Mount Royal UniversityIndigenzing/Decolonizing Canadian Educational InstitutionsEnglish
ANGU 435 Learning and Practicing Indigenous-Settler Relations through Digital Media Co-Creation: The We are All Related Augmented Reality Storytelling GuideRob McMahon - University of AlbertaIndigenzing/Decolonizing Canadian Educational InstitutionsEnglish
ANGU 435 Beech Nuts: Sustainable Practices in Indigenization and Reconciliation Amy Abe - NorQuest CollegeIndigenzing/Decolonizing Canadian Educational InstitutionsEnglish

Political Sociology and Social Movements VII: Framing and memory-making - Thursday, June 6th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
DLAM 005 (Table A) Sociological entanglements of engaging humanity talking about climate change and their political subtextsMartha McMahon - University of VictoriaCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Rethinking the concept of memory entrepreneurJoannie Jean - University of OttawaCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) (Virtual) Space for Change: Youth Social Movements and the Online MediumMonica Pauls - University of CalgaryCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish
DLAM 005 (Table A) Mobilizing Dissent: The Ghadar Movement and South Asians in North AmericaRishma Johal - McGill UniversityCurrent Research in Political Sociology and Social MovementsEnglish

New Theory in Economic Sociology and Political Economy II - Thursday, June 6th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 235 The Class Reductionist Case for the Centrality of RaceDavid Calnitsky - University of Western OntarioNew Theory in Economic Sociology and Political EconomyEnglish
ANGU 235 Why do people offer labour in the "platform economy"? A theoretical approach to explain digital exchange relationshipsMeike May - Okanagan CollegeNew Theory in Economic Sociology and Political EconomyEnglish
ANGU 235 Part Time For All: Towards a New Intersectional Welfare Regime for the 21st CenturyTom Malleson - King's University College at Western UniversityNew Theory in Economic Sociology and Political EconomyEnglish
ANGU 235 Property Ownership Norms and Moral Autonomy: A social-psychological investigation of the Marxian critique of private propertyRobert Nonomura - University of Western OntarioNew Theory in Economic Sociology and Political EconomyEnglish
ANGU 235 Promoting Economic Imaginaries Amidst Economic CrisisEllen Russell - Wilfrid Laurier UniversityNew Theory in Economic Sociology and Political EconomyEnglish

Sociology of Addictive, Risk-taking, and Impulsive Behaviours II - Thursday, June 6th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 237 Cognitive Failure, Everyday Memory and Quality of Life among Drug AddictsIram Batool - Bahauddin Zakariyya UniversitySociology of Addictive, Risk-taking, and Impulsive BehavioursEnglish
ANGU 237 Internet connectivity, Social media intensity and online social comparison asthe predictors of Cell-based risk-taking among university students Fauzia Maqsood - University of GujratSociology of Addictive, Risk-taking, and Impulsive BehavioursEnglish
ANGU 237 Binge-Watching: A Life Course PerspectiveJade Da Costa - York UniversitySociology of Addictive, Risk-taking, and Impulsive BehavioursEnglish
ANGU 237 The Aftermath of Hurricane Maria in the Caribbean Island of Dominica: Youth and At-Risk BehaviorEsther James-Charles - University of Ontario Institution of TechnologySociology of Addictive, Risk-taking, and Impulsive BehavioursEnglish
ANGU 237 Respecting the Subjectivity of 'Powerless People': A Challenge to the Responsibilization Critique in Critical Addiction StudiesBrett Richardson - Dalhousie UniversitySociology of Addictive, Risk-taking, and Impulsive BehavioursEnglish

Revisiting Gender in the Sociology of Knowledge: Knowledge Policy and Institutions - Thursday, June 6th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 293 From Theory to Practice: Black Feminist Interventions at the Art Gallery of OntarioOjo Agi - University of TorontoRevisiting Gender in the Sociology of KnowledgeEnglish
ANGU 293 Engendering Gender Studies: Reflections on the Gender and Sexuality Studies Program at the University of CaliforniaSasha Sabherwal - Yale UniversityRevisiting Gender in the Sociology of KnowledgeEnglish
ANGU 293 Dance Partners or Strange Bedfellows? Integrating Gender-based Analysis Plus in the Federal Government Evaluation FunctionJane Whynot - University of OttawaRevisiting Gender in the Sociology of KnowledgeEnglish

Omnibus: Perspectives on current issues in higher education - Thursday, June 6th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 292 Post-Secondary Student Homelessness in Canada: prevalence, responses and future directions.Eric Weissman - University of New Brunswick, Saint JohnOmnibusEnglish
ANGU 292 Post-Secondary Education: The South Asian International Canadian ExperienceGagun Chhina - Langara CollegeOmnibusEnglish
ANGU 292 Orientations to Grading in Higher Education Faculty Anastasia Kulpa - MacEwan UniversityOmnibusEnglish
ANGU 292 Ideological Expansion and Agency in the Neoliberal Academy Joshua DiPasquale - University of CalgaryOmnibusEnglish

Social Networks and Collective Action - Thursday, June 6th - 15:30-17:00

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 037 Homophilous Beliefs or Network Structure? Using ERGMs to Investigate the Advocacy Coalition Framework.Adam Howe - University of British ColumbiaSocial Networks & Collective ActionEnglish
ANGU 037 From the Lulz to Legitimacy: Counteractions Against Extremists by Hacktivist GroupsJasmeet Bahia - Carleton UniversitySocial Networks & Collective ActionEnglish
ANGU 037 Youth Social Networks in the Environmental Movement: The Role of Collaboration and Proximity in Friendship FormationYasmin Koop-Monteiro - University of British ColumbiaSocial Networks & Collective ActionEnglish
ANGU 037 Learning for/to change in the wake of Rana Plaza: The shifting landscape of transnational 'pro-fashion' activism Mary Hanlon - Thompson Rivers University (Sessional Faculty); The University of Edinburgh (PhD candidate, viva-passed August 2018)Social Networks & Collective ActionEnglish

Conversations on African Canadian Leadership Continuity, transition and transformation

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
LSK 201 Conversations on African Canadian Leadership Continuity, transition and transformation

Teaching, Supervising and Supporting PhD Students Addressing Issues, Sharing Strategies

Room Presentation TitleAuthorSessionPresentation Language
ANGU 437 Teaching, Supervising and Supporting PhD Students Addressing Issues, Sharing Strategies
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