ESA holds its annual conference this year in Manchester, 20–23 August 2019, around the topic
EUROPE AND BEYOND: BOUNDARIES, BARRIERS AND BELONGING
Members of the Political Communications Research Team of the Institute for Political Science, CSS HAS participate in the panel Politics of boundaries: social semiotics and multimodality in communication studies with the following papers:
Kiss, Balázs: Vertical to Horizontal to Central. Spatial Metaphors in Hungarian Politics since 1990
Bene, Márton: The semiotic resources of left-wing political community between 1990 and 2015.
Szabó, Gabriella: Incivility as semiotic resource. Lessons from Hungary.
Farkas, Xénia: Visual political communication resources in Hungary, 1990–2015.
Nábelek, Fruzsina: Changing patterns of negative campaigning in Hungary.
From the research team Give Kids a Chance:
Kiss, Márta and Perpék, Éva give two papers:
Sustainability Dilemmas of a Program to Combat Child Poverty
and Compensation of Educational Disadvantages as Social Service?
Vastagh, Zoltán: The Role of the State in the Genesis of Social Structure: the Resource-Integrational Model
Zakariás, Ildikó and Feischmidt, Margit (Institute for Minority Studies, CSS HAS) give a lecture on Solidarity in Transnational Context: Refugee Representations of Hungarian Migrants Working in the German Refugee Reception System.
Marieke, Heers and Szalma, Ivett: Societal Father Roles, Gender Ideologies and Father-Child Contact After Parental Breakup
Huszár, Ákos: Is Hungarian Society a Class Society? The Changing of the Hungarian Class Structure in European Comparison
Kristóf, Luca: Canon Formation in a Polarised Cultural Elite
Sarlós, Gábor and Ferencz, Zoltán: Leadership and Communication: Parameter Setting for Action Against Climate Change