Sessions descriptions:

 

Session 1: Institutionalizing moral principles (10.15-11.45, room Ks48)

 

Author(s)

Title of paper

   

Håkan Johansson & Gabriella Scaramuzzino, Lund University

Digital resource mobilization on social media: Towards a theory of resource abundance

   

Nian Liu & Jun Liu

University of Copenhagen and Renmin University of China

Explicating (Moral) Emotions in Online Activism

Lasse Henriksen & Len Seabrooke

Copenhagen Business School

Epistemic Rivalry in the Economics Profession

   

Rune Stahl & Benjamin Ask Popp-Madsen

University of Copenhagen

Defending democracy: liberal and republican modes of democratic self-defense
   
 

Dalir Barkhoda

Friedrich Alexander University

 

Being Normative or Pragmatic: the Kurdish Social Movement in Syria and the Challenge of Governance

   

Chair:   Aris Komporozos-Athanasiou, University College London.

   

Session 2: Moral foundations of civic action (10.15-11.45, room K143)

 

Author(s)

Title of paper

   

Thomas P. Boje

Roskilde University

Civility, Activism and Citizenship – Beyond the Civil Society, Roskilde University

   

Queralt Prat-i-Pubill

Copenhagen Business School

Reconsidering morality and social movements

   

Troels Krarup

University of Copenhagen

The Politics of Urban Greenspace Engagements

   

Sara Kalm & Anna Meeuwisse

Lund University

The moral principles of the masculinity movement: The case of Sweden.

   

Chair: Liv Egholm, Copenhagen Business School

   

Session 3: The impact of morality on activism (15.45-17.15, room Ks48)

 

Author(s)

Title of paper

   

Jasmine Lorenzini and Johanna Huber

University of Geneva

How to study the moral principles of food activism? Empirical research on civil society organizations and citizens’ engagements for food democracy

   

Eva Svatonova

Aarhus University

“Gender Activists Will Kidnap Your Kids.” The Construction of Feminist and LGBT Rights Activists as the Modern Folk Devils in Czech Anti-gender Campaigns

   

Peter Gundelach og Jonas Toubøl

University of Copenhagen

Value predispositions' consequences for activism and outcomes

   

Sophia Wathne

Scuola Normale Superiore

Researching Normativity: Political Theory and Social Movements

   

Chair: Lara Monticelli, Copenhagen Business School

   

Session 4: Moral interactions in movements (15.45-17.15, room K143)

 

Author(s)

Title of paper

   

Eva Fernández G. G.

University of Geneva and Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa

Solidarity Mobilisations in the ‘Refugee Crisis’: Between Particularistic and Universalistic Concerns

   

Hjalmar Bang Carlsen

Snorre Ralund & Jonas Toubøl, University of Copenhagen

The solidary relationship’s consequences for the ebb and flow of activism: Collaborative evidence from life-history interviews and social media event analysis

   

Ane Grubb

Aalborg University

"Just like in an airport" - An ethnographics study of discrete sociality among virtual volunteers

   

Anders Sevelsted

Copenhagen Business School

Translating social movements: Reformed temperance in Lutheran Denmark (1890 - 1930)

   

 

 

 

 

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