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The School of Sociology aims to train future social analysts in sociological reasoning to address the needs of social life, business, politics, public administration, and the media. To this end, the school works to develop a close link between education and research, as well as application-oriented education, internationalization of research and education, and close networks with major employers on the labour market.
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The Department of Sociology kindly invites you to the talk by Dr. Kerstin Jacobsson (Professor of Sociology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden) “Emotions and Morality in a neo-Durkheimian Perspective on Social Movements”. Seminar is held within the International Sociology Seminar Series
Working language: English
3 Krivokolenny Pereulok
October 19 2017
The talk is based on the book Animal Rights Activism: A Moral-Sociological Perspective on Social Movements (co-authored with Jonas Lindblom), which develops a novel theoretical perspective on social movements. For the first time, Durkheim’s sociology of morals is made productive for social movement theorizing. Based on an original reading of Durkheim and an empirical study of animal rights activists, the authors advance new theoretical approaches to moral reflexivity, emotion work, secular religion and deviance management in social movements. The analysis richly illustrates how classical sociological theory can be applied in innovative ways to better understand contemporary societies.
All are welcome to attend!