All participants (presenters, panelists, chairs, and discussants) must be members in good standing AND registered Congress delegates with the Canadian Sociological Association by April 15, 2016. Those failing to comply will be removed from the Conference program. Those planning to attend the CSA Conference as an observer only (i.e. neither Presenter, Chair, nor Discussant) are not required to be CSA Members and may therefore pay the ‘Non-Member’ Association Conference Fee. Participants in joint or co-sponsored sessions may also be exempt.
Jim Conley, Trent University Mark Stoddart, Memorial University of Newfoundland Over twenty years ago, Barry Wellman published a set of seventeen rules for conference participants, particularly presenters and chairs. Although … Read more Modest proposals for conference participants
The general CSA-SCS policy allows up to two different paper presentations and up to three presentations including panels and plenary (participation as session chair or discussant does not count in these limits)
The following information is for presenters and panelists. Presenters in Regular and Roundtable Sessions As a Canadian Sociological Association Conference participant, all presenters have until April 15, 2020 to comply … Read more Presenter and Panelist Guidelines and Responsibilities
Chairs Applicable to Regular and Roundtable sessions only If not the session organizer, the chair should review the presentations and author information in advance of the Conference The chair should … Read more Session Chair, Moderator, and Discussant Responsibilities