|Title of host publication||TASA & SAANZ Joint conference 2007 (Publication Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons)|
|Editors||B Curtis, S Matthewman, T McIntosh|
|Place of Publication||New Zealand|
|Publisher||The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) & the Sociological Association of Aotearoa NZ|
|Pages||1 - 7|
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
|Event||Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference 2007: Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons - Auckland, New Zealand|
Duration: 4 Dec 2007 → 7 Dec 2007
|Conference||Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference 2007|
|Abbreviated title||TASA 2007|
|Period||4/12/07 → 7/12/07|
|Other||2007 TASA Conference|
TASA / SAANZ Joint Conference 2007 – December 4 – 7
Theme: Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons.
Keynote speakers: Professor Barry Smart (University of Portsmouth) and Professor Michael Burawoy (University of California, Berkeley). Professor Burawoy is also President of the American Sociological Association.
Professor Smart will speak on “Confronting the Consequences of Consumption – A Critical View of Consumer Society”. Click here to visit his webpage.
Professor Burawoy will discuss “Professional Issues for Sociologists of Doing Public Sociology”. His webpage is: http://sociology.berkeley.edu/faculty/burawoy
Professor Maureen Baker (University of Auckland) is organising the Women’s Breakfast. If you are interested in attending or finding out more about the Women’s Breakfast please contact Professor Maureen Baker: email@example.com
Refereed Proceedings of the TASA 2007
Auckland, New Zealand, 4-7 December 2007
Curtis, B., Matthewman, S. and McIntosh, T. (eds.), Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons: TASA/SAANZ 2007
Howie, L. J. (2007). Real Fiction: Witnessing terrorism without violence. In B. Curtis, S. Matthewman, & T. McIntosh (Eds.), TASA & SAANZ Joint conference 2007 (Publication Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons) (pp. 1 - 7). The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) & the Sociological Association of Aotearoa NZ.