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ESA Social Theory Conference, Innsbruck, September 11-13, 2008

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Can There Be a Sociology of Social Theory? 28 Hazards and challenges for sociology: New configurations in social sciences claim new domains within the academic division of work

Nilgun Celebi Dieter Bögenhold

Ankara, Turkey Bolzano, Italy

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15:00 15:20

29 Why successful “theory groups” do not emerge at the periphery Mikhail So

of the academic world-system? The evidence from the Russian case 30 Theoretical research in sociology: Its conditions of possibility

Jan Balon

kolov

St. Petersburg, Russia

Prague, Czech R.

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Sociology as if nature doesn’t matter': External, disciplinary and Frédéric Vandermoere Gent, Belgium

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intra sub-disciplinary factors 32 Sociology towards transdisciplinarity

Frank Welz

Innsbruck, Austria

coffee break (16:00-16:30)

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33 plenary session: The implicit theoretical convergence of action and systems theories

Craig Browne Gesa Lindemann

Sydney, Australia Oldenburg, Germany

18:00-22:00 Social Theory Summit: "1905m Seegrube Dinner" (www.seegrube.at)

Saturday, Sept. 13

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Social Theory at Work: Theory Building 34 Intersection theory 35 Time and cumulative inequality theory: Demographic and

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developmental processes 36 System properties and the explanatory power of social

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mechanisms: A communication-oriented approach 37 Sociological theory and social innovation

Dresden, Germ. Jerusalem, Israel West Lafayette, USA Rasco Hartig-Perschke Hamburg, Germ. Joachim Fischer Nina Toren Kenneth F. Ferraro

Tamas Meleghy / Heinz-Jürg. Niedenzu

Innsbruck, Austria

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coffee break (10:50-11:20) Daniel Chernilo 38 The autology/ontology-paradox: On latent structures of the socialMichael Beetz theory discourse 39 From the sociological imagination to social imaginaries: Multiple Craig Browne modernities and the paradoxes of transformation 40 Cosmopolitan memories: Mapping the conceptual boundaries of Csaba Szaló cosmopolitanism

Santiago, Chile Jena, Germany

Sydney, Australia

Brno, Czech Rep.

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41 Can There Still Be Such a Thing as Critical Theory? Some pitfalls of critical sociology: An overview of trends during the last 20 years 42 Critical social theory in the age of the internet 43 Politics for the sake of Rationality: problematics deriving from critical theory 44 The concept of critique among the contemporaneous sociological debate

Max Preglau Henning Bech

Christian Fuchs Anastasia Marinopoulou Stefan Fornos Klein

Innsbruck, Austria Copenhagen, Den

Salzburg, Austria Athens, Greece

Sao Paolo, Brazil

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