Conferences and workshops

Selected participations in 2019

Conference lecture

Takács, Judit – Szalma, Ivett (2019) Applying the litmus test of homophobic attitudes to early 21st century Europe. Presentation at the Private, Civil and Public Sexualities: XI. International Academic Conference organised by the Institute of Sociology, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, 2019 October 2-4.

Zoltán Kmetty, Júlia Koltai, Tamás Rudas (2019): The presence of social structure in online texts based on word embedding NLP models. ISA RC28 Summer 2019: Social Inequality and Social Mobility in Comparative Perspective. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA. https://rc28.princeton.edu

Zoltán Kmetty, Júlia Koltai, Tamás Rudas (2019): The presence of social structure in online texts based on word embedding NLP models. 5th International Conference on Computational Social Science, July 17-20, 2019, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. https://2019.ic2s2.org/

Adam Stefkovics, Júlia Koltai, Zoltán Kmetty (2019): Assessing the Effect of Questionnaire Design on Unit and Item Nonresponse: Evidence from an Online Experiment. Előadás nemzetközi konferencián: European Survey Research Association, Zagreb, Croatia. https://www.europeansurveyresearch.org/conferences/overview

Attila Bartha, Dorottya Szikra, Zsolt Boda (2019): Conceptualising populist policy making Social policy reforms in Hungary between 2010 and 2018. European Social Policy Analysis Network (ESPAnet) https://espanet2019.se/  

Zsuzsanna Árendás (2019): Anti-immigrant discourses without immigrants? Migratuion regimes in CEE with special focus on Hungary. Clark Center for Global Search (State University of New York, Cortland) (2019. 04. 22.)

Luca Kristóf (2019): Reputational Networks in a Divided Elite. ECPR General Conference. Wroclaw, Sep 4-7.

Márton Gerő and Ákos Kopper (ELTE) (2019): De-democratization of Human Rights Organizations: Attacks on Autonomous Civil Actors and the Creation of ‘Loyal’ Civil Society in Hungary

Zsuzsanna Árdendás (2019): The effects of transnational migration on families, with a special focus on return children and their schooling. Results of a pilot-study from Hungary. Annual Conference of the Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonw. ASA19 Norwich, UK, Sept 3-6, 2019- University of East Anglia. https://www.theasa.org/conferences/asa19/

Melinda Harlov-Csortán (2019): Heritagised Environment or Environmentalised Heritage? The Question of Bordering and Emphasizing at Heritage Sites. 5th Heritage Forum of Central Europe: Heritage and Environment Krakow, Poland, Sept 9-20.   

Melinda Harlov-Csortán (2019): German-speaking minority heritagized at the borderzone. But Do We Remember Them? Minorities, Migration and Memory in East European Borderlands (1945-present) organized by the Nordost Institut (IKGN e.V.) and the German Historical Institute Warsaw Varsó, poland, Sept 24-26 

Melinda Harlov-Csortán (2019): Protection and heritagization as a new spatial reordering factor: The example of the Fertő-Neusiedlersee cultural landscape UNESCO World Heritage site Fourth Annual Conference of the Collaborative Research Centre 1199: “Processes of Spatialization under the Global Condition” Lipcs Germany, Sept 30-Oct 2 

Poster

Ivett Szalma and Tamás Bitó (2019): Men’s and women’s knowledge of fertility and assisted reproductive technology in Hungary. Conference: Making Families through Assisted Reproductive Technologies, Wiesbaden. Sept 11-12.

Workshop

Márton Gerő (2019): The Shrinking of Legal Space for Civil Society in the European Union. Workshop: University of Exeter, Regulating Civil Society: NGO and Party Law and their Consequences project

Summer University

Acsády Judit (2019): Gender issues in present day Hungary. Summer School: Danube Summer Institute. Organizators: Centre International de Formation Européenne and Texas A M University