Workshop LIA / Axe Sciences Sociales et circulation des savoirs : « Gender, Migration, Emotion »

9 janvier 2018 – 12 janvier 2018
ENS Lyon, IFE- Room D8-007, 15 parvis Descartes, 69007-Lyon

January 9th and 10th
Post Western Methodology, Quantitative and Qualitative Research : Gender, Migration and Emotion

January 9th

  • 9h30 : Introduction
    by Laurence Roulleau-Berger, Research Director at CNRS, ENS Lyon, Triangle and French Director of the International Associated Laboratory Post-Western Sociology in Europe and in China
    Christine Détrez, Professor of Sociology, Centre Max Weber, ENS Lyon and Director of the Laboratory of Education
    He Rong, Professor of Sociology at Institute of Sociology, CASS
  • 10h-11h : Quantitative Research on Gender and Migration in China
    by Li Chunling, Professor of Sociology at Institute of Sociology, CASS
  • 11h-11h15 : Break
  • 11h15-12h15 : Comments and discussion
  • 12h30-14h : Lunch
  • 14h-14h30 : Qualitative Research on Gender and Love in China
    by Christine Détrez, Professor of Sociology, ENS Lyon and Zhang Dan, Associate Professor, Department of sociology, ECNU, Shanghai
  • 14h30 -15h : Qualitative Research on Gender and Subalternity in China and in Taiwan by Beatrice Zani, Ph D Student, Lyon 2, Triangle
  • 15h-15h15 Break
  • 15h15-16h30 : Comments and discussion

January 10th

  • 9h30-12h : Migration and Emotion : doing fieldwork with refugees with the association SINGA, Lyon
  • 12h15-13h45 : Lunch
  • 14h-17h : Crossed analysis on fieldwork

2018 January 11th and 12th
Gender, Migration and Emotion Post-Western Theory

January 11th

  • 9h15-9h30 : Introduction
    by Laurence Roulleau-Berger, Research Director at CNRS, ENS Lyon, Triangle and French Director of the LIA Post-Western Sociology in Europe and in China
    Christine Détrez, Professor of Sociology, ENS Lyon, Centre Max Weber
    He Rong, Professor of Sociology at Institute of Sociology, CASS

Session 1 : Post-Western Theory and Sociology of Emotion

  • 9h30-10h : Christine Détrez, Professor of Sociology, ENS Lyon, Centre Max Weber, Theory of Emotion and Social sciences
  • 10h-10h30 : Ji Yingchun, Professor of Sociology, School of Political Sciences and Sociology, Shanghai University : Mosaic familialism in post-reform China : a sequential symbiosis of generation, gender, love and money
  • 10h30-11h : Laurence Roulleau-Berger, Research Director at CNRS, ENS Lyon, Triangle : Post-Western Theory and Sociology of Emotion
  • 11h-11h15 : Break
  • 11h15-12h30 : Comments and discussion
  • 12h30-14h : Lunch

Session 2 : Gender, Love, Emotion

  • 14h-14h30 : Michel Bozon, Research Director at National Institute of Demographic Studies (INED), Paris : Power, pleasure and reciprocity in love
  • 14h30-15h : Li Chunling Professor of Sociology at Institute of Sociology, CASS : Social Challenges Brought by the Shifting Gender Balance in Education in China
  • 15h-15h15 : Break
  • 15h15-15h45 : Zhang Dan, Associate Professor, Department of sociology, ECNU, Shanghai : Gender and Love in Shanghai
  • 15h45-17h : Comments and discussion
  • 17h-17h15 : Conclusion by Christine Détrez, Professor of Sociology, ENS Lyon and Laurence Roulleau-Berger, Research Director at CNRS, ENS Lyon

January 12th

Session 3 : Gender, Emotion and Migration

  • 9h30-10h : Viviane Albenga, Associate Professor at Bordeaux University : Telling love stories with movies, series, books and music. The case of French secondary school’s students, between gender stereotypes and gender equality
  • 10h-10h30 : Dr Hang Suhong, Institute of Sociology, CASS : « Liberation of the Mind » or « Liberation of Emotions » :the practice dilemma. New Women in Hunan faced when they  » leave home »
  • 10h30-11h : Marie-Astrid Gillier, Ph D Student, Lyon 2 University, Triangle : Intimate feelings, economic transactions and the production of local norms among hostesses working in a KTV in Beijing
  • 11h-11h15 : Break
  • 11h15-11h45 : Kevin Diter, Ph. D Student INSERM : « Differences in the difference » : when the distinction between love and friendship differs across children’s gender and social background.
  • 11h45-12h30 : Comments and discussion
  • 12h30-14h : Lunch
  • 14h-15h30 : 14h-15h30 : LIA Perspectives on Gender, culture and education
    with Professors Christine Détrez, Li Chunling, Ji Yingchun, Hélène Buisson-Fenet, He Rong, Laurence Roulleau-Berger

General Conclusion by

Laurence Roulleau-Berger, Research Director at CNRS, ENS Lyon
He Rong, Professor of Sociology at Institute of Sociology, CASS.
Christine Détrez, Professor of Sociology, ENS Lyon

Organisation

  • Organizer : Triangle, ENS Lyon
  • Co-Organizers:
    Institute of Sociology, CASS
    School of Political Science and Sociology, Shanghai University

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