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XVI ISA World Congress of Sociology, Durban, South Africa, 23-29 July 2006

During the XVI International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology on The Quality of Social Existence in a Globalising World session on "Intergenerational Inheritence of Inequalities" (RC19) was organized by the PROFIT Project.

Following papers were presented by PROFIT members:

  1. Harri Melin, Raimo Blom University of Turku
    Approaches to Inequality: inequality, classes and social divisions
  2. Nikolai Genov Freie Universitaet Berlin
    Ethnic stratification of life chances: reproduction and ‘eradication’ of poverty
  3. Lynda Henley Walters University of Georgia
    Intergenerational Continuity: What Continues and Why
  4. Wielis?awa Warzywoda-Kruszy?ska, Ewa Rokicka University of Lodz
    Local policy targeted at reducing transmission of inequalities

 XVI ISA World Congress, Durban, South Arfica, RC19 session on IIofI

On the seesion organised by WG05 following paper was presented by PROFIT members:

  1. Jolanta Grotowska-Leder & Wielis?awa Warzywoda-Kruszy?ska University of Lodz
    Informal Support for the Poor and Its Impact on Poverty Alleviation in Country-side of Poland

 XVI ISA World Congress, Durban, South Africa, WG05 session on Marginalization