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Globalized capitalism, new collective action and struggle for public recognition in Europe and in China

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Séminaire

Vendredi 20 mar 2015

9h-13h

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Intervenant(s)

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Description générale

Le Laboratoire International Associé  (LIA) “Sociologies post-occidentales en France et en Chine” organise, avec le CNRS, l'ENS Lyon, l'Académie des Sciences Sociales de Chine (Pékin), et le laboratoire Triangle (UMR 5206), un séminaire de Sociologie avec le Professeur Liu Neng, Beijing University, Professeur invité à l’ENS de Lyon.
Après la conférence du 5 mars et le séminaire du 12 mars, ce séminaire du 20 mars aura pour thème : Globalized capitalism, new collective action and struggle for public recognition in Europe and in China
Program:

  • 9:00 pm-9:20 pm: Introduction by Laurence Roulleau-Berger, Research Director at CNRS, Co-Director of the LIA, Triangle: Globalized Capitalism, new collective action and struggle for public recognition in Europe and in China
  • 9:20 pm- 10:05 pm: Liu Neng, Professor at Department of Sociology, Peking University: The Double-Face of Resistance and Riots in Contemporary China: Political Expression Model versus Material Defense Model
  • 10:05 pm-10:50 pm: Lilian Mathieu, Research Director at CNRS, Centre Max Weber:  Material struggles as struggles for recognition
  • 10:50 pm- 11:00 pm : break
  • 11:00pm-11:45 pm : Sophie Béroud, Assistant Professor, Department of political sciences, University Lyon 2, Triangle :  Workers, conflicts and mobilizations in Europe
  • 11:45 pm-12:45 pm: Discussion by Camille Hamidi, Assistant Professor, Department of political sciences, Triangle, University Lyon 2


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Portrait

Liu Neng is currently Professor and PhD supervisor at Beijing University’s sociology department, and Deputy Director of Center for Sociological Research and Development Studies, Beijing University. He received his PhD in sociology from Beijing University in 1998. His main research interests include: social movements, urban studies, deviance and social problems, and youth studies.
His most influential academic publications include:
- AIDS, Stigma, and Social Discrimination, Chinese Sociological Review, 2006;
- Collective Actions in Changing Contemporary Chinese Society: An Overview of Three Waves of Collective Actions in the Last Three Decades”. Academia Bimestris, 2009 (4): 146-152 ;
- Perceiving Local Governmental Processes from a Social Network and a Hierarchical Perspective: A Case Study of North Town. Social Sciences Litterature Press, Beijing, 2008.
- The Strength of Alliance. Beijing: Peking University Press, 2012 ;
- with Di, Lei, “Social Interactions and Community Identity in a Heterogeneous Residential Enclave in Suburban Beijing: The Case Study of Sha Village”. Journal of Harbin Institute of Technology (Social Sciences Edition), 2014 (2): 25-29.

 

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Salle F102

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