Development Sociology Mini-Conference at the Eastern Sociologial Society Annual Meeting

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The Cost of Development: Work, Gender, Ethnicity and Environment  
Eastern Sociological Society 2014 Annual Meeting

Development Sociology Mini-Conference

February 22nd

Baltimore

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« The Cost of Development: Work, Gender, Ethnicity and Environment »

Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting 2014, “Invisible Work” February 20-23, 2014, Baltimore Hilton, Baltimore, MD

Development is a multi-faceted process of social, cultural and political-economic change. But these changes often come with a price. Dominant development paradigms generally pay little attention to changes in labor dynamics and the accompanying changes in how work is carried out. More studies on how these changes intersect with gender, ethnicity and environment are needed. There is also a need for more analysis of social responses to the cost of development on work dynamics and labor. Continuer la lecture de Call for papers Development Sociology Mini-Conference in Baltimore