EIGHTH CIS SUMMER SEMINAR ON SOCIOLOGICAL AND POLITICAL RESEARCH Real Colegio Complutense (RCC)‐Harvard University 26 Trowbridge, Cambridge, 02138 – MA August 3‐7, 2015 PROGRAM* Sunday, August 2 19:00 Informal voluntary meeting of participants at John Harvard’s Brewery (33 Dunster Street, Cambridge). Monday, August 3 9:00‐9:30 Reception of participants Presentation of the seminar agenda and administrative remarks: Pablo Oñate, Seminar Academic Coordinator 9:30‐10:15 Opening ceremony: Welcome speeches by: José M. Martínez‐Sierra, Director RCC Félix Requena, President CIS Julio Núñez Montesinos, Spain´s General Consul in Boston Representative of the Vice‐presidency, Spanish Government 10:15‐10:30 Presentation “CIS resources avaible for social science researchers” Mónica Méndez, Senior Advisor, CIS. 10.45‐12:15 Keynote speaker: Peter Marsden, Department of Sociology, Harvard University. 14:30‐16:00 Junior researcher: Mabel Abraham, Sloan School of Management, MIT. *
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Tuesday, August 4 9:00‐11:30 Keynote speaker: Edward E. Telles, Department of Sociology, Princeton University. 11:45‐13:15 How to Get Published in Top International Journals, Ruth Aguilera, D'Amore‐McKim School of Business, Northeastern University. 14:30‐17:00 Presentation of papers (Session 1) Participants: Peer effects at play in Pakistan’s civil service?, Brais Álvarez Pereira. European University Institute. Voicing outrage unevenly. Democratic dissatisfaction and differential engagement in the Spanish 15‐M protest campaign, Martín Portos García. European University Institute. International Scientific Relations: a systemic approach of the new reality of scientific knowledge within the international system, Francisco Javier del Canto Viterale. John Hopkins University. Immigrants in the construction of citizenship in Secondary Education, Gloria Domínguez Alegría. Complutense University of Madrid. Pre‐Commercial Procurement: Analysing an emerging innovative policy instrument in climate governance, Mónica Moso Díez. Marbella International Studies Center. The “ever‐changing” impact of Europe on voting behavior. An analysis in Southern Europe, Ilke Toygur. Autonomous University of Madrid. Discussant: Ruth Aguilera, D'Amore‐McKim School of Business, Northeastern University. 2
Wednesday, August 5 9:00‐11:30 Keynote speaker: David Knoke, Department of Sociology, University of Minnesota. 12:30‐14:00 Visit to MIT Campus. 15:45‐17:15 Visit to Harvard Campus. Thursday, August 6 9:00‐11:30 Keynote speaker: Emilio Castilla, Sloan School of Management, MIT. 11:45‐13:15 Junior researcher: How to Apply for Graduate Programs at USA Universities, Sebastián Royo, Department of Government, Suffolk University. 14:30‐17:00 Presentation of papers (Session 2). Participants: Technological Socialization and Digital Capital. Forms of Use of Internet Among Young People in Spain, Daniel Calderón Gómez. Complutense University of Madrid. Counting the uncountable: survey methodology regarding homeless people in Spain, Bárbara Contreras Montero. National Open University (UNED). Sexual harassment at work in Europe. Differences among Northern and Southern countries, Cristina Cuenca Piqueras. University of Almería. Acts of government 2.0: the value of Twitter as a source of law in the Republic of Ecuador, Efrén Ernesto Guerrero Salgado. Complutense University of Madrid. Instituto Universitario Ortega y Gasset. Pacif Music as catalyst for social integration, Sigrid Yanara Palacios Castillo. University of Valencia. New trends in application of group theory to juvenile criminal law in Spain, Pedro Manuel Quesada López. University of Jaén. In‐work poverty persistence, Aroa Tejero Pérez. University of Oviedo. Discussant: Josetxo Beriain, Department of Sociology, Navarra Public University. 3
Friday, August 7 9:00‐11:45 Keynote speaker: Mark Granovetter, Stanford University. 9:00‐10:15 "The Strength of Weak Ties: Origins and 21st century relevance". 10:30‐11:45 “The Social Construction of Corruption". 11:45‐13:45 Presentation of papers (Session 3). Participants: Policy‐Making Processes on Water and Irrigations in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia: Ideas, Institutions and Interactions, Sara Eichert. Instituto Universitario Ortega y Gasset. Data journalism, Interdisciplinary Networks and Open Acess as Paradigms in the Consolidation of Democratic Society, Jesús Miguel Flores Vivar. Complutense University of Madrid. Law‐making in The Age of Globalization, Ángel Alday Jiménez Alemán. University of Vigo. Hegemony, Colonialism and the (Human) Right to Education, Tatiana Llaguno Nieves. London School of Economics. Public policy, reproductive rights, gender and disability. An approach to the Spanish Law 39/2006 to Promote the Independent Life and Care of dependent people from an intersectional perspective in the case of disabled progenitors, Elena Pérez de la Merced. Autonomous University of Madrid. Multilevel analysis of the educational performance of Spanish student in Pisa 2012, Vicente Juan Puchades Chafer. University of Valencia. Elections in the Plurinational State of Bolivia: the re‐election of Evo Morales in absence of opposition, Nataly Viviana Vargas Gamboa. University of Salamanca. Discussant: Sofia Pérez, Department of Political Science, Boston University. 4
14:30‐17:30 Presentation of papers (Session 4) Participants: Attitudes toward political representation in a multilevel democracy: what do Spanish MPs expect?, Beatriz Camacho Ávila. University of Valencia. Gender inequalities in political participation: the Spain case, Pablo Castaño Tierno. International University Menéndez Pelayo (Santander). Protest in times of crisis, comparing participants in Northern and Southern European countries, Cristina Gómez Román. University of Santiago de Compostela. The Podemos emergence: Electoral crystallization of the 15‐M support?, Josep Lobera Serrano. Autonomous University of Madrid. Majorities and Confidence in the Spanish Parliament: trying to understand the 78 Regime, Emanuel Nicolás Bourges Espinosa. National Autonomous University of Mexico. Modification of the paradigm of Karlheinz Reif and Hermann Schmitt after the elections to the European Parliament in 2014, Francisco Manuel Silva Ardanuy. University Pablo de Olavide. Discussant: Pablo Oñate, Fundación Ortega y Gasset‐Marañón (Madrid) & Department of Constitutional Law and Political Science, University of Valencia. 17:30 19:00 Closing of the Seminar with diploma ceremony. Informal dinner at RCC. 5