48.4 - Doing Global Sociology
Special Issue– Doing Global Sociology: Qualitative Methods and Biographical Becoming after the Postcolonial Critique. (Johannes Becker & Marian Burchardt)
- Johannes Becker & Marian Burchardt: Doing Global Sociology: Qualitative Methods and Biographical Becoming after the Postcolonial Critique - An Introduction.
- Gérard Amougou: Subjectivization Analysed by the Biography of the Subject-Entrepreneur in a Precarious Environment. [abstract]
- Martín Hernán Di Marco: “Stop it with Mommy and Daddy!” Analyzing How Accounts of People in Prison Change with Their Trajectory in Argentinean Penal Institutions. [abstract]
- Daniel Bultmann: A Global and Diachronic Approach to the Study of Social Fields. [abstract]
- Swetlana Torno: Life-Course Management and Social Security in Later Life: Women’s Biographical Practices Spanning Generations and Historical Contexts in Tajikistan. [abstract]
- Marian Burchardt & Johannes Becker: Subjects of God? Rethinking Religious Agency, Biography, and Masculinity from the Global South. [abstract]
- Hannah Schilling: Navigating Uncertainty: Young Workers and Precarity in Berlin and Abidjan. [abstract]
- Arne Worm: Migrantized Biographies. Reconstructing Life-Stories and Life-Histories as a Reflexive Approach in Migration Research. [abstract]
- Joschka Philipps: Whose Uncertainties? Dealing with Multiple Meanings in a Transnational Biography. [abstract]
- Michael P. K. Okyerefo: The Autobiographical Self as an Object for Sociological Enquiry. [abstract]
- Eva Bahl & Yvonne Berger: Processes of South-South Migration in Their Historical Context: Biographical Case Studies from Brazil and China. [abstract]
- Nkululeko Nkomo & Sibusiso Nkomo: Melancholy as Witness and Active Black Citizenry in the Writing of A.S. Vil-Nkomo. [abstract]
- Gaku Oshima: Societal Envisioning of Biographical AIDS Activism among Gay People Living with HIV in Japan. [abstract]
- Fabio Santos: Mind the Archival Gap: Critical Fabulation as Decolonial Method. [abstract]
48.3 - Collective Agency
Special Issue– The Emergence and Effects of Non-hierarchical Collective Agency. (Johannes Marx & Thomas Gehring)
- Thomas Gehring & Johannes Marx: Group Actors. Why Social Science Should Care About Collective Agency. [Introduction]
- Margaret Gilbert: Real Team Reasoning. [abstract]
- Maximilian Noichl & Johannes Marx: Simulation of Group Agency – From Collective Intentions to Proto-Collective Actors. [abstract]
- Leyla Ade & Olivier Roy: Team Reasoning from an Evolutionary Perspective: Categorization and Fitness. [abstract]
- Thomas Gehring: International Organizations as Group Actors. How Institutional Procedures Create Organizational Independence without Delegation to Institutional Agents. [abstract]
- Matthias Hofferberth & Daniel Lambach: Claims and Recognition: A Relational Approach to Agency in World Politics. [abstract]
- Nathalie Behnke, Jonas Bernhard &Till Jürgens: Understanding Collective Agency in the Long-Term Perspective: A Historical Comparative Case Study of Local Government Associations in Germany and the United States. [abstract]
- Elena Frech & Ulrich Sieberer: Coordination Committees and Legislative Agenda-Setting Power in 31 European Parliaments. [abstract]
- David Beck, Yen-Chieh Liao & Thomas Saalfeld: The Role of Rituals in Adversarial Parliaments: An Analysis of Expressions of Collegiality in the British House of Commons. [abstract]
- Elisabeth Donat & Barbara Mataloni: Perception of Collective Agency and Networks of Relations: The Case of Regional Parliaments in Four EU Member States. [abstract]
- Thomas Kestler: How Imagination Takes Power. The Motivational Foundations of Collective Action in Social Movement Mobilization. [abstract]
- Frank Meier: The Agency of Scientific Disciplines. [abstract]
- Maike Albertzart: Being Jointly Obligated: A Reductive Account. [abstract]
- Moritz A. Schulz: So What’s My Part? Collective Duties, Individual Contributions, and Distributive Justice. [abstract]
48.2 - Sleep, Knowledge, Technology
Special Issue– Sleep, Knowledge, Technology. Studies of the sleep lab, sleep tracking and beyond. (Hannah Ahlheim, Dariuš Zifonun & Nicole Zillien)
- Hannah Ahlheim, Dariuš Zifonun & Nicole Zillien: Sleep, Knowledge, Technology. An Introduction.
- Julia Vorhölter: Sleeping with Strangers – Techno-Intimacies and Side-Affects in a German Sleep Lab.
- Dariuš Zifonun, Svenja Reinhardt & Sebastian Weste: Rescaling the Patient. The Diagnosis of Sleep-Related Problems in the Sleep Laboratory.
- Hannah Ahlheim & Jonathan Holst: "Masters" of Time. Chrono-Biologizing Sleep in the 20th Century.
- Julie Sascia Mewes: Matters of Sleep. Sleep Timing Devices Towards a "Sleep of Any Time".
- Mina Lunzer: Sleep as Movement/Sleep as Stillness. Colliding "Objects" at the Scientific Exhibition Dreamstage (1977).
- Ben Lyall and Bjørn Nansen: Redefining Rest: A Taxonomy of Contemporary Digital Sleep Technologies.
- Nicole Zillien, Nico Wettmann & Frederik Peper: Sleep Experiments. Knowledge Production through Self-Tracking.
- Diletta De Cristofaro & Simona Chiodo: Quantified Sleep: Self-Tracking Technologies and the Reshaping of 21st-Century Subjectivity.
- Christine Hine, Robert Meadows & Gary Pritchard: The Interactional Uses of Evidenced Sleep: An Exploration of Online Depictions of Sleep Tracking Data.
48.1 - Long-Term Processes in Human History
Special Issue– Long-Term Processes in Human History. (Johan Heilbron & Nico Wilterdink)
- Johan Heilbron & Nico Wilterdink: Studying Long-Term Processes in Human History. [Introduction]
- Stephen Mennell: Remembering Johan Goudsblom.
- Johan Goudsblom: Long-Term Processes in the History of Humanity.
- David Christian: The Trajectory of Human History.
- Nico Wilterdink: Goudsblom’s Law of Three Stages: The Global Spread of Socio-Cultural Traits in Human History.
- Nina Baur: Long-Term Processes as Obstacles Against the Fourth Ecological Transformation. Ecological Sustainability and the Spatial Arrangements of Food Markets.
- John R. McNeill: Bison, Elephants, and Sperm Whales: Keystone Species in the Industrial Revolution.
- Marina Fischer-Kowalski: On the Mutual Historical Dynamics of Societies’ Political Governance Systems and their Sources of Energy. The Approach of the Vienna School of Social Ecology.
- André Saramago: Dualism and Anti-Dualism in the Anthropocene: Process Sociology and Human/Nature Relations in the Great Evolution.
- Abram de Swaan: The Global Coordination Problem: Collective Action among Unequal States.
- Randall Collins: Sexual Revolutions and the Future of the Family.
- Johan Goudsblom: The Worm and the Clock: On the Genesis of a Global Time Regime.
47.4 - Infrastructures and Ecology
Special Issue– Ruptures, Transformations, Continuities. Rethinking Infrastructures and Ecology. (Philipp Degens, Iris Hilbrich & Sarah Lenz)
- Philipp Degens, Iris Hilbrich & Sarah Lenz: Analyzing Infrastructures in the Anthropocene.
- Sheila Jasanoff: Spaceship or Stewardship: Imaginaries of Sustainability in the Information Age.
- Dominic Boyer: Infrastructural Futures in the Ecological Emergency: Gray, Green, and Revolutionary.
- Simone Schiller-Merkens: Social Transformation through Prefiguration? A Multi-Political Approach of Prefiguring Alternative Infrastructures.
- Cristina Besio, Nadine Arnold & Dzifa Ametowobla: Participatory Organizations as Infrastructures of Sustainability? The Case of Energy Cooperatives and Their Ways for Increasing Influence.
- Giacomo Bazzani: Money Infrastructure for Solidarity and Sustainability.
- Jonas van der Straeten: Sustainability’s “Other”: Coming to Terms with the Electric Rickshaw in Bangladesh.
- Mathilda Rosengren: When Infrastructures and Ecological Actors Meet: Resituating “Green” Infrastructures through the History of the Willow Tree.
- Bronislaw Szerszynski: Infrastructuring as a Planetary Phenomenon: Timescale Separation and Causal Closure in More-Than-Human Systems.
- Stephen C. Slota & Elliott Hauser: Inverting Ecological Infrastructures: How Temporality Structures the Work of Sustainability.
- Lisa Suckert & Timur Ergen: Contested Futures: Reimagining Energy Infrastructures in the First Oil Crisis.
- Vincent Gengnagel & Katharina Zimmermann: The European Green Deal as a Moonshot – Caring for a Climate-Neutral Yet Prospering Continent?
- Jonathan Symons & Simon Friederich: Tensions Within Energy Justice: When Global Energy Governance Amplifies Inequality.