2013 North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Conference:
Constructs of Globalization and Cultural Competencies: Navigating in a Changing Global Economy
The theme recognizes and highlights relevant aspects associated with globalization (e.g., cultural contexts, ethnicities, religion, gender, race, sexual orientation, spatial identity, sport policy, social responsibility/accountability).
November 6-9, 2013 | Quebec City, Quebec,Canada
Conference hotel– Hilton Quebec http://www.hiltonquebec.com/en/
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS AND COMPLETE SESSION PROPOSALS (Due Aug 9, 2013)
Due to time constraints, we are calling for two types of submissions
- Complete Session Proposals. These include the title, organizers and 3-4 themed abstracts. Workshops, panels or roundtable sessions fall into this category.
- Individual Abstract Submissions. These will be organized into sessions with shared themes by the Conference Organizing Committee. Posters and oral presentations fall into this category
Each session (of 3-4 papers) will be 90 minutes long. Abstracts and complete session proposals should be related to the conference theme, Globalization/Cultural Competencies, where possible. Please submit in the following format:
Complete Session Proposals should be submitted on-line using this link to enter the information below.
- Type of session, which includes 3 options: (a) paper presentation session (usually 3 or 4 papers presented orally); (b) panel or roundtable session (the session organizer invites 3 or more participants to discuss a specific theme; participants do not present a paper per se and do not submit an abstract); (c) workshop session (designed to incorporate discussion/ interaction around a topic that may be more practically oriented).
- Title of the session (maximum of 20 words)
- A short description of the proposed session (maximum of 200 words)
- Name, affiliation (university or institution) and email address of the organiser(s)
- Author name(s) and affiliation, paper title, and abstract, for each paper in a paper session.
Individual Abstracts should be submitted in using this link:
- Title of the presentation (maximum 20 words)
- Abstract (maximum 200 words)
- Name, affiliation (university or institution) and email address of the presenter/s
- Session Focus you would prefer: e.g., race/ethnicity, media, methodology, etc.
Any questions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All submitters will be contacted in August regarding acceptance.