AKSA-KIRN Joint Symposium

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KIRN
Date
2018-12-12 04:23
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This summer, Korea Inequality Research Network joined the 7th conference of the Association of Korean Sociologists in America (AKSA), which was held at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia on Aug. 10, 2018.

AKSA is a non-profit organization to support academic networking especially for sociologists in the U.S., and has organized annual conferences one day before the start of the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA).

At this year’s conference, 23 studies of diverse social inequality issues were presented and discussed under the topic of “Voices and Silences in Inequality Research.”

Attached are the photos and program of the conference.







Total 8
Number Title Author Date Votes Views
8
Day 2 Session 3 : Time, Space, and Images
KIRN | 2017.10.15 | Votes 2 | Views 215
KIRN 2017.10.15 2 215
7
Day 2 Session 2 : Gender Inequality
KIRN | 2017.10.15 | Votes 2 | Views 218
KIRN 2017.10.15 2 218
6
Day 2 Session 1 : Education 2
KIRN | 2017.10.15 | Votes 1 | Views 228
KIRN 2017.10.15 1 228
5
Day 1 Session 4 : Comparative Research on Inequality
KIRN | 2017.10.15 | Votes 1 | Views 144
KIRN 2017.10.15 1 144
4
Day 1 Session 3 : Health Inequality
KIRN | 2017.10.15 | Votes 1 | Views 130
KIRN 2017.10.15 1 130
3
Day 1 Session 2 : Inequality over the Life Course
KIRN | 2017.10.15 | Votes 1 | Views 115
KIRN 2017.10.15 1 115
2
Day 1 Session 1 : Education 1
KIRN | 2017.10.15 | Votes 1 | Views 207
KIRN 2017.10.15 1 207
1
2013 1st Symposium Program
KIRN | 2017.10.15 | Votes 1 | Views 154
KIRN 2017.10.15 1 154