The ILSIR team congratulates sociologists on their professional holiday!
"Interests (material and spiritual), not ideas, directly dominate people's activities". When, but not today, should we recall the words of a classic that accurately reflect the spirit of sociology? It sees interest in everything.
This Tuesday, November 14 marks a professional holiday - Sociologist's Day. All of us at ILSIR come to the team from a wide variety of fields, among us, of course, are sociologists. A dynamic, constantly evolving science; we see it as a reflection of our Lab. We want to celebrate this day in an unusual way: by sharing the work of the entire ILSIR team.
Already since the beginning of this year, we have held more than 30 events, and our staff has published more than 60 scientific papers!
Two flagship events were organized within the walls of the Laboratory. III International Research Conference "Interaction. Integration. Inclusion in the era of sociality crisis", organized in partnership with The Journal of Social Policy Studies and the I International Interdisciplinary Conference " What does it mean to be deaf? New challenges for the community", organized in collaboration with the House of Culture "GES-2". We created platforms for open communication between researchers, representatives of NGOs and businesses, gave dozens of participants the opportunity to unite to solve common problems.
We have not forgotten about young researchers. We organized the Autumn School "Cinema as Mediator: Cinematic Images in Participatory Social Research and Practice", where we help more than forty participants to develop their projects in teams, where we help over forty participants develop their projects in teams.
There is no getting around the fact that 5 books, 11 book chapters and more than 45 scientific articles were published by ILSIR staff this year!
We are happy to share our merits with you, and once again we congratulate our fellow sociologists and all those interested in the structure of social reality! Without your active curiosity, we would continue to perceive the world through common sense. We are sure that there is more to come! We never stand still and continue to develop far beyond the laboratory (to all field researchers, we say hello!).
Happy Holidays, colleagues!