[PolPsy-DEU] WG: CfP “Political Conflicts in Times of Uncertainty and Change” (Virtual Academic Convention of GPSA, 14-16/09/2021)

van der Noll, Jolanda jolanda.vandernoll at fernuni-hagen.de
Di Feb 9 09:14:00 CET 2021

Von: Kathrin Ackermann via EPSA-Info <epsa-info at list.epsanet.org>
Gesendet: Montag, 8. Februar 2021 18:55
An: epsa-info at list.epsanet.org
Cc: Sigrid Rossteutscher <Rossteutscher at soz.uni-frankfurt.de>
Betreff: [EPSA-Info] CfP “Political Conflicts in Times of Uncertainty and Change” (Virtual Academic Convention of GPSA, 14-16/09/2021)

Dear colleagues,

we would like to bring to your attention a Call for Papers for a panel on “Political Conflicts in Times of Uncertainty and Change”. We organize it at this year’s academic convention of the German Political Science Association, which will take place virtually on 14-16/09/2021, and we are looking forward to your submissions. Please find the CfP for the panel below.

Deadline for paper proposals: 28/02/2021
Submission: https://t.co/3IodzdvSzT?amp=1
Complete CfP and information on submission: https://www.dvpw.de/kongress/ausschreibungen-und-einreichungen/papers
Information on fees and registration: https://www.dvpw.de/kongress/anmeldung-und-gebuehren

Best wishes
Kathrin Ackermann and Sigrid Roßteutscher

P165 Political Conflicts in Times of Uncertainty and Change

Ackermann, Kathrin, Dr.; Universität Heidelberg
kathrin.ackermann at ipw.uni-heidelberg.de<mailto:kathrin.ackermann at ipw.uni-heidelberg.de>
Roßteutscher, Sigrid, Prof. Dr.; Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
Rossteutscher at soz.uni-frankfurt.de<mailto:Rossteutscher at soz.uni-frankfurt.de>

The social structure of European societies is undergone profound changes in recent years. Educational expansion, mass immigration, decline of the industrial sector, internal migration to cities, changing gender roles, and overageing are just some of the major dynamics. These transformations are not without consequence: they lead to new inequalities and uncertainty for particular societal groups. The COVID-19 pandemic uncovers these developments very clearly. And not surprisingly, this social change leads to political change. Political conflicts experience a transformation and restructuring. New ideological conflicts arise; existing and new parties situate themselves along these new lines of political conflict. Overall, we can expect that the outlined social transformations change patterns of participation, voting behavior, representation and party competition. Hence, this panel seeks to investigate the changing political conflicts in European societies from different angles. Papers might address for instance the following questions: What kind of reactions do social transformations induce among the political behavior of both, citizens or elites? How does the changing social structure affect political representation? How do different social groups perceive representation in politics and responsiveness? Do processes of societal transformation relate to democratic attitudes? How does social change relate to different forms of political engagement? Under what circumstances do disadvantaged groups in society opt for “voice” and when do they chose to “exit” the political arena? How do political parties react to recent social changes? Beyond these questions, we welcome contributions that explore the changing political conflicts in European societies.

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