In Memoriam: Dr. Raymond Boudon

Dr. Simon Langlois (University of Laval) The French sociologist Raymond Boudon died on April 10th at the age of seventy-nine in Paris. With his passing, sociology is bereft of one of its finest thinkers and practitioners and the author of … Continue reading

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CSA-SCS Welcomes ISA Delegates to Canada in 2018

CANADIAN SOCIOLOGY IS READY TO WELCOME YOU! by Patrizia Albanese, President-elect, Canadian Sociological Association; Chair, Local Organizing Committee of the 2018 ISA World Congress; and Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada Canadian sociologists are pleased to share the news that Toronto, Canada, … Continue reading

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Commit Sociology T-shirts

Apparently, now is not the time to commit sociology.  The hundreds of sociologists about to gather at the University of Victoria for the Canadian Sociological Association’s Annual Conference beg to differ. Contemporary Canada faces a range of social problems: rising … Continue reading

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More on Committing Sociology

‘Lets all commit sociology’ Gillian Creese and Veronica Strong-Boag, published in the Montreal Gazette and in the Vancouver Georgia Straight. http://www.montrealgazette.com/technology/Letter+commit+sociology/8314863/story.html Worldviews 2013 Conference Sells Buttons in support of ‘Committing Sociology’. http://worldviewsconference.com/announcements/#worldviews-2013-committing-so ciology Twitter avatar:  http://bit.ly/18pm3S8 Facebook cover photo:  http://bit.ly/10Vjmdq … Continue reading

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Actually, now’s the perfect time to ‘commit sociology’.

By Robert Brym and Howard Ramos During a news conference Thursday in the wake of the foiled plot to blow up a Via Rail train, Prime Minister Harper said, “this is not a time to commit sociology.” Why not? Why … Continue reading

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