Presentation Guidelines

The following information is applicable to paper presentations in Regular and/or Roundtable Sessions only.

Regular Sessions

  • Papers should be original unpublished contributions to sociological research and of defensible conceptual and methodological merit
    • The paper should be based on completed research
  • Presentations may be in English and/or French but if the session is predominantly in another language, the session organizer may request that translated hand-outs or visual aids be provided for the other presenters and/or attendees
  • The association must be notified immediately if there are changes to any presentation title or abstract, or if a presentation is withdrawn from a session in order to ensure program accuracy
  • Papers must be presented during a session in the order they appear in the program
  • Projected presentation times – refer to Session Guidelines, Regular Sessions

Roundtable Sessions

  • Presentations may include research in progress or proposals
  • Presentations may be in English and/or French but if the session is predominantly in another language, the session organizer may request that translated hand-outs be provided for the other presenters and/or attendees
  • The association must be notified immediately if there are changes to any presentation title or abstract, or if a presentation is withdrawn from a session in order to ensure program accuracy
  • Presentations must proceed in the order they appear in the programme

Session Guidelines

Presenter Guidelines and Responsibilities

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