3. The New Asias
Seoul, South Korea, September 28-29, 2006

The Global Futures of World Regions: The New Asias and the Vision of East Asian Sociology
See the Conference Homepage at http://sociology.snu.ac.kr/ksa2006

 

Hyun-chin Lim
President, Korean Sociological Association
Keynote
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Wolf Schäfer
Stony Brook, Center for Global History
Regional Globality: An Oxymoron or a Focal Point for Globalization Research?
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Sangjin Han
Seoul National University
 
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Oskar Kurer
Erlangen University
Asia: The Beneficiary from Globalization
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Said Arjomand
Stony Brook, Department of Sociology
Constitutional Developments in the Light of Global Trends
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Holger Bungsche
Kwansei Gakuin University
China in the Passing Lane? The Chinese Impact on the Automobile Industry
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Jong Hee Lee & Markus Pohlmann
Heidelberg University
Globalization Theory and East Asia
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Mark Thompson
German Institute of Political Science
Good Governance versus Democracy: Globalized Discourses and Local Responses. A View from Asia
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Janis Mimura
Stony Brook, Department of History
Legacies of the Past: Japanese Capitalism in a Post-Developmental State
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Nan Lin
Duke University
The Emerging Chinese Neo-Capitalism and its Global Implications
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Gert Schmidt
Erlangen University
Globalization and Fordism: Asian Variations
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Hing Ai Yun
National University of Singapore
Debating Varieties of Capitalism: Evidence from the Ground
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Yang Min
Central University of Finance and Economics
Individualization: The New Perspective of Socialization Theory
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Yoon Shik Chang
University of British Columbia
Globalization and Value Changes in Korea
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Sato Yoshimich
Tohoku University
A Comparative Study of Trust in Japan and Korea: How We Can Solve Korean Puzzles in the Study of Trust
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Dennis McNamara
Georgetown University
Knowledge Networks in Production Chains: Tracking Commodity and Community Among Asian SMEs
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Nomiya Daishiro
Sophia University
Global Mobilization and its Limits: Comparing Mobilization Patterns Across Japan, Greece, and Belgium
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Li Qiang
Tsinghua University
New Trend of Changes in Current Social Stratification
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Soon Hee Whang
Tsukuba University
The Alumni Network Contributing to Asia and Personal Pleasure: Collective Memory, Trust, and Culture
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Adachi Kiyoshi
Kyushu University
Japan's Nonprofit Sector and Care Nonprofits
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Jan Nederveen-Pieterse
University of Illinois
Asian Sociology and Globalization
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Shoji Kokichi
Seisen University
What Kind of Sociology Should We Send from East Asia?
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Zheng Hangsheng
Renmin University, China
Construction of Harmonious Society in China as a Systematic Project: A Sociological Perspective
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Yazawa Shujiro
Seijo University
Globalization and Network Society in East Asia
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Ulrich Voskamp & Volker Wittke
SOFI
China's Role in Global Production and Innovation Networks in the Electronics Industry
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Byunghoon Lee
Chung-Ang University
Employment Relations of the Korean Automotive Industry in the Era of Globalization
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Jae-on Kim
University of Iowa
A Sociological Approach to Assess National Powers: Competitive Capabilities of Nations in the Asian Region
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Zhang Wenhong
Shanghai University
Social Capital of New Immigrants in Urban China
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Tarumoto Hideki
Hokkaido University
Towards a Theory of Immigrant Rights Reconfiguration: A Japanese Case
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Hae Kyung Lee
Pai Chai University
Effects of Global Householding on Korean-Chinese Domestic Workers in South Korea
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