Sociology of Law/Human Rights

 

Convenor:
Mikael Rask Madsen: School of High Studies in Social Sciences, European Center of Sociology, France 

- ROOM 2.10

Tuesday September 23   (14:00 - 16:00)

Session 1 
Human Rights (1): Empirical Approaches

Author(s): Dace Kavasa
Institution: Danish Institute for Human Rights
Country: Denmark 
COUNTRIES IN TRANSITION: HUMAN RIGHTS LAW, IMPLEMENTATION AND FORGOTTEN GENDER SENSITIVITY
Author(s): Olawumi Olalekan Samson
Institution: Obafemi Awolowo University
Country: Nigeria 
POLICE AND FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS
Author(s): Doina Balahur
Institution: Al.I.Cuza University
Country: Romania 
LAW'S MEMORY: DO WE STILL REMEMBER…?
Author(s): Damien Short
Institution: University of Essex
Country: United Kingdom 
RECONCILIATION
Author(s): Diane Frost
Institution: Department of Sociology, University of Liverpool
Country: United Kingdom 
HUMAN RIGHTS AND CIVIL WAR IN SIERRA LEONE: SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ISSUES 

Wednesday September 24   (9:00 - 11:00)

Session 2
Criminology

 
Author(s): Johanne Yttri Dahl, Carsten Wiecek, Ann Rudinow Sætnan and Heidi Mork Lomell
Institution: Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Country: Norway 
PEEKABOO! CHILDREN'S VIEWS ON SECURITY, PRIVACY, AND SPACES OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE
Author(s): Robert van Krieken
Institution: University of Sydney
Country: Australia 
CRIME, GOVERNMENT AND CIVILIZATION
Author(s): Heidi Mork Lomell, Ann Rudinow Sætnan and Carsten Wiecek
Institution: Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Country: Norway 
INSIDE THE PANOPTICON. OBSERVING VIDEO SURVEILLANCE IN PUBLIC SPACES IN NORWAY AND DENMARK
Author(s): Kati Rantala
Institution: The Police College of Finland
Country: Finland 
REDUCING THE RE-OFFENDING OF DRUG USERS: BETWEEN RELUCTANCE AND ENTHUSIASM

 

Wednesday September 24   (14:30 - 16:30)

Session 3 
Sociology of Law I: Law, State and Internationalisation

Special Chair: Margareta Bertilsson

 

 

 
Author(s): Mikael Rask Madsen
Institution: School of High Studies in Social Sciences, European Center of Sociology
Country: France 
HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF IMPERIAL SOCIETIES: FRANCE AND THE UNITED KINGDOM (1945-2000)   
Author(s): Francisco O. Ramírez
Institution: Stanford University
Country: USA 
HUMAN RIGHTS AND WORLD CULTURE
Author(s): Gert Verschraegen
Institution: Department of Sociology, Catholic University Leuven
Country: Belgium 
IS THERE A SOCIOLOGY OF HUMAN RIGHTS?
Author(s): João Pedroso and João Paulo Dias
Institution: Center of Social Studies
Country: Portugal 
NEW TRENDS ON THE REFORMS OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: DEJUDICIALIZATION AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE IN QUESTION


 

Thursday September 25   (9:00 - 11:00)

Session 4 
Human Rights II: Theoretical Approaches

Author(s): Isaac Paya Martínez
Institution: UNED
Country: Spain 
SOCIAL NORMS AS "TRANSMISORES" OF VALUES
Author(s): Mercedes Alcañiz
Institution: Jaume I University
Country: Spain 
THE IDEA OF UNIVERSALISM IN HUMAN RIGHTS: REFLECTIONS FROM FEMINIST THEORY
Author(s): Frederik Thuesen Pedersen
Institution: Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen
Country: Denmark 
HUMAN RIGHTS AS REFLEXIVE SOLIDARITY OR SYSTEMS THEORY APPLIED TO THE HUMAN RIGHTS DISCOURSE
Author(s): Ignacio Aymerich Ojea
Institution: Jaume I University
Country: Spain 
HUMAN RIGHTS INDICATORS AND THE SOCIOLOGICAL CONCEPT OF HUMAN RIGHTS

 

Thursday September 25   (14:30 - 16:30)

Session 5
Sociology of Law II: General Session


Author(s): Dogan Didem
Institution: Department of Sociology, Bosphorous University
Country: Turkey 
CONFLICTING PERCEPTIONS OF 'UNIVERSALITY' IN THE PRODUCTION OF LAW: THE NEW CIVIL CODE OF TURKEY
Author(s): Ingrid Rindal Lundeberg
Institution: Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, University of Bergen
Country: Norway 
BLACKBOXING JUSTICE
Author(s): Aare Kasemets
Institution: Tartu University
Country: Estonia 
THE QUALITY OF INFORMATION REGARDING THE DRAFT LAW'S EXPLANATORY MEMORANDA
Author(s): Barbara Kobal
Institution: Social Protection Institute of the Republic of Slovenia
Country: Slovenia 
CUSTODY IN A PLURAL WELFARE SYSTEM? THE CASE OF SLOVENIA