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RC52 ‘Professional Groups’

Interim Conference

Professions, Bonds and Boundaries:

Visioning a globalising, managed and inclusive professionalism

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano, Italy

19-21 March 2015

Thursday, 19th March 2015

From 8.30 Registration

10.15 – 10.45

Opening Addresses – RC52 Interim Conference

Room G127 Pio XI

Domenico Bodega, Dean Faculty of Economics, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Giancarlo Rovati, Head of Department of Sociology, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Ivana Pais, Lara Maestripieri, Michela Bolis, Local Organising Committee

Ellen Kuhlmann, President of RC52

11.00 – 12.45 Parallel Sessions

S2 Public Sector Governance and Professionalism: Organizational Practices and Contexts in a Cross-national Perspective – Panel I

Room G127 Pio XI

Organiser and Chair: Viola Burau, University of Aarhus

Oral papers

1. How policies rewrite occupational scripts. The decline of the recognition awarded for care work occupations in the context of a glocalizing welfare system

Sirpa Wrede, University of Helsinki

2. Consented and enforced delegations of tasks. Hospitals and the judiciary in France

Florent Champy, National Centre for Scientific Research, France

3. NPM reforms and multi-professional teamwork in health care

Helena Serra, New University of Lisbon

4. Professionalism in Public Employment Service: Job Placement officers between professional and managerial interests

Frank Sowa, Institute for Employment Research (IAB) and Ronald Staples, Friedrich-Alexander-University

5. Professional mobility from France to Quebec: understanding the role and pertinence of mutual recognition arrangements

Jean-Luc Bédard, TÉLUQ - Université du Québec and Lucie Roger, Université du Québec

Distributed papers

1. The Boundaries of Professional Consent: The Case of the Regulation of Medical General Practitioners in Ireland

John Geary, University College Dublin

2. The interiorization of medical professionalism and the Brazilian modernization: a  case study of medical professionalization in the city of São Carlos

Fabio De Oliveira Almeida, Universidade Federal de São Carlos (FAPESP/CAPES), Brazil and University of Lincoln

S3 The Role of Knowledge in Professional Development – Panel I

Room G130 S. Maria

Organiser and Chair: Teresa Carvalho, CIPES - University of Aveiro

Oral papers

1. Knowledge, politics and medical professionalization: The case of Britain and the United States

Mike Saks, University Campus Suffolk

2. Two faces of the same coin? The role of academic training in the identity of nutritionists and dieticians

Sonia Cardoso, A3ES - Agência de Avaliação e Acreditação do Ensino Superior, Ana Caeiro, CIPES and Pedro Teixeira, FEP & CIPES - University of Aveiro

3. Professionalization or academic drift?

Jens-Christian Smeby, Oslo University College and Akershus University College of Applied Science

4. From "Semiprofession" to Prototype? Social work as a referential model for the reframing of professional work in changing public services

Urban Nothdurfter and Sabina Frei, Libera Università di Bolzano

5. Researcher's competencies for future knowledge-intensive labour market

Natalia Shmatko, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia

Lunch

14.00 – 14.30 Meet the Editors Panel I

Room G127 Pio XI

Chair: Ivana Pais, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

“Professions & Professionalism” – Jens-Christian Smeby

“Sociologia del Lavoro” – Roberto Rizza

14.30 – 16.15 Parallel Sessions

S5 Professionals and Citizen Relations – Panel I

Room G130 S. Maria

Organiser and Chair: Lars Thorup Larsen, Aarhus University

Oral papers

1. What lay participation does on professional judges: A comparative approach in France and Italy

Anne Jolivet, Université Paris Descartes

2. The human prison

Hanne Knudsen and Charlotte Mathiassen, Aarhus University

3. “They are your testimony”: Clients, power and the promotion to partnership

Stefanie Gustafsson, Juani Swart and Nick Kinnie University of Bath

4. The role of welfare service professionals in the meeting between welfare state and “new inhabitants” – a Danish case

Barbara Fersch, University of Southern Denmark and Karen Nielsen Breidahl, Aalborg University

5. "Professional and citizen relations: Do they matter for professional discretion?"

Gitte Sommer Harrits, Aarhus University

S7 Professions without Borders: 'Mission Impossible' or the Future? – Panel I

Room G127 Pio XI

Organisers and Chairs: Emmanuele Pavolini, Macerata University and Ellen Kuhlmann, TU Dortmund

Oral papers

1. Towards a borderless primary care in Italy: Reconsidering intra and inter disciplinary professional work-teams

Giovanna Vicarelli and Elena Spina, Università Politecnica delle Marche

2. "Barriers and Facilitators to Optimising Health Professional Scopes of Practice: Why are Health Professional Boundaries so Difficult to Change?"

Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, University of Ottawa

3. The architectural profession revisited – bonds and boundaries

Harald Mieg, Humboldt-Universität

4. Boundaries between professionals and managers in flux: What implications for organisational change?

Viola Burau and Flemming Bro, University of Aarhus

5. New borders between local health professions in Norway: Possibilities and barriers for task shift and inter-professional team work

Kari Ludvigsen and Hilde Danielsen, Uni Research Rokkan Center,

Early Career Researchers: Meet the Future of Sociology of Professional Groups

Challenges in professions – Panel I

Room G125 S. Carlo

Organiser: Lara Maestripieri, Fondazione Feltrinelli

Chair: Julia Evetts, University of Nottingham

Oral papers

1. “Sawing off their own Branches”: A multidirectional trajectory of the relationship between institutionalization and professionalization

David Risi, University of St. Gallen

2. The Changing Role of the General Medical Practitioner in the English National Health Service

Adele Cresswell, Nottingham University

3. Negotiating jurisdiction in the workplace: a multiple-case study of nurse prescribing in hospital settings

Marieke Kroezen, Catholic University Leuven

4. Robust routines. The routinization of standardized work procedures in health care

Marlot Kuiper, Utrecht University

5. Evaluating formal access into the Master’s in Clinical Psychology programme: A Legitimation Code Theory Analysis

Genevieve Haupt, Human Sciences Research Council

Distributed papers

1. Narratives, Identity and Praxis: exploring the personal and political self

Karen Roscoe, University of Chester

Coffee Break

16.45 – 18.30 Parallel Sessions

S1 Professions, Exclusions and Global Labour Markets – Panel I

Room G127 Pio XI

Organiser: Debby Bonnin, University of Pretoria and Shaun Ruggunan, University of KwaZulu-Natal

Chair: Shaun Ruggunan, University of KwaZulu-Natal

Oral papers

1. Explaining Social Exclusion in Elite Professional Service Firms: From Occupational Fields to Fields of Power

Louise Ashley, University of London and Laura Empson, Cass Business School

2. Women in the Boardroom: the case of black women navigating boundaries in corporate South Africa

Xolani Ngazimbi, Human Sciences Research Council

3. La demanda de ingenieros y sus perspectivas futuras

Marta Panaia, Universidad de Buenos Aires

4. Internationalization of knowledge standards and its impact on the professional project: the case of the IFRS adoption by Certified Public Accountants in the Philippines

Erwin F. Rafael, University of the Philippines

5. Defining borders between professions in the changing world. Methodological implications of processes of categorization and classifications of occupations in Europe

Giovanni Castiglioni, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Distributed papers

1. When a manager becomes a professional. To make one’s jurisdiction recognized by using measuring: the example of diversity management in France

Constance Perrin-Joly, Université Paris 13

S8 Professions, Regulation and Models of Professionalism: Normative Frames of Reference in Unequal Global Times

Room G130 S. Maria

Organisers and Chairs: Susana Peñalva, National University of San Martin (UNSAM) - CONICET and Christian Azaïs, Université de Picardie Jules Verne

Oral papers

1. The changing contours of a profession, between macro and micro regulation: the case of Italian lawyers

Andrea Bellini, Università degli Studi di Firenze

2. Accessing a profession in the third sector organisations: a Portuguese case study

Ana Paula Marques, Research Centre for the Social Sciences (CICS-UM)- University of Minho

3. New public policies and care work on the crossroad of formalization/informalization (Brazil)

Isabel Georges, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD)/UMR 201- DEVSOC/UFSCar-DS

4. Women in the legal profession: a focus on female lawyers specialized in labour law in Milan (Italy)

Tania Toffanin, University of Padova & Collège d´Études Mondiales

5. Institutional professionalization of lawyers in State-socialism and post-socialism: Poland and Russia compared

Rafael Mrowczynski, Higher School of Economics of Moscow

Distributed papers

1. Professional activities of specialist in tourism within social theories

Kira Kerimi, Yuri Gagarin State Technical University of Saratov

S12 Globalization, Media and Professionalism in Developing Societies

Room G125 S. Carlo

Organisers and Chairs: Virendra P. Singh, University of Allahabad and Parvez A. Abbasi, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University

Oral papers

1. Sociological Dimensions of Teaching Profession: A Case Study of Baroda City in Gujarat State of India

Pradeep Singh Choondawat, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

2. Environment Impact Assessment: An Emerging Profession in the era of Globalization

Sheetal J. Tamakuwala, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University

3. Globalization and Women Professionals in an Industrial City

Shashi Saini, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University

4. Social Background, Mobility and Use of ICT among the Lawyers in Surat City

Hetal Nanjibhai Ramani, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University

5. Social Background of Students of Journalism in Surat City of India

Puja Jagnani, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University

6. Globalization and Challenges Of Education For Entrepreneurship

Arpita Sabath, Kanak Lata Samal, Sanjukta Das

ISA RC52 Reception and Welcome Drink

Foyer Room G127 Pio XI

Friday, 20th March 2015

9.15 – 11.00 Parallel Sessions

S3 The Role of Knowledge in Professional Development – Panel II

Room G127 Pio XI

Organiser: Teresa Carvalho, CIPES - University of Aveiro

Jens-Christian Smeby, Oslo University College and Akershus University College of Applied Science

Oral papers

1. Agents of control in Russian university and performance faculty

Anna Panova, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia

2. Knowing 'that' vs. Knowing 'how'? Academic drift and the reform of higher music education in Italy

Clementina Casula, Università di Cagliari

3. The non profit sector higher education as agent of professionalisation of civil sector? Case study

Magdalena Stovickova, Charles University

4. New divisions of labour and professional knowledge and learning

Peter Sanderson, University of Huddersfield

5. The role of knowledge for Russian Early Educators' Professional development

Valery Mansurov and Olesya Yurchenko, Institute of Sociology of the Russian Academy of Science

Early Career Researchers: Meet the Future of Sociology of Professional Groups

Panel II – Insight on Knowledge Workers

Room G128 Leone XIII

Organiser and Chair: Lara Maestripieri, Fondazione Feltrinelli

Oral papers

1. An examination of the boundaries between higher education and professional practice in New Zealand: Views from architecture and accounting professions

Chelsea Blickem, University of Waikato

2. The Changing Nature of Professional Work in Zimbabwe: Comparative case studies of Lawyers, Engineers, Chartered Accountants and Human Resource Managers.

Farai Mauganidze, Great Zimbabwe University

3. Professionalization or Profits?  A Critical Perspective on the Expansion of Certification Programs in the United States

Kyle Albert, Cornell University

4. An analysis of the actors, strategies and paths that lead to the professionalization of a new discipline

Luca Sabini, De Montfort University

5. The Professionalisation of the ‘Violence against Women’ voluntary sector in Scotland.

Tanita Louise Maxwell, University of Aberdeen

Distributed papers

1. Reframing the relation between teaching and research: the case of German academics

Natalia Karmaeva, National Research University-Higher School of Economics/Bielefeld University

S4 Professions and Environmental Challenges: Re-configuring Skills beyond Professional Fields and Boundaries

Room G130 S. Maria

Organisers and Chairs: Mirella Giannini and Dario Minervini, Università di Napoli Federico II

Oral papers

1. The social dimension of green jobs

Ilaria Beretta, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

2. Photovoltaic sector as an evolutionary field of action. The nature, role and evolution of professions in the organizational field

Gabriele Blasutig, Università degli studi di Trieste

3. Epistemic authority and hybridising practices. Forest consultant’s handling of uncertainties in the shadow of climate change

Rolf Lidskog and Erik Löfmarck, Örebro University

4. From professionalisation to precarisation – evidence from 18 EU countries

Samo Pavlin, University of Ljubljana

5. "I can really see the two things together". Knowledge on the move between conventional and alternative knowledge in TNUDA

Liat Mildwinsky, Ben Gurion University

Coffee Break

11.30 – 13.15 Parallel Sessions

The 'Spaces and Places' of Professional Work in the Post-crisis Economy [Session linked to EU FP7 COST Action IS1202 ‘Dynamics of Virtual Work’] – Panel I

Room G127 Pio XI

Organisers: Ivana Pais, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and Alessandro Gandini, Middlesex University

Chair: Ivana Pais, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Oral papers

1. Class Formation in the Collaborative Economy. Co-workers in Milano.

Adam Arvidsson, Università degli Studi di Milano and Elanor Colleoni, Università degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca

2. ‘Working around’ in modern labour markets: Mobile work, coworking and employee sharing models in Europe

Irene Mandl, Eurofound

4. Knowledge & skills acquisition for digital creative work

Rebecca Ye, Stockholm University

4. New workplace paradigm? From the automation era to the media technologies pervasiveness

Tatiana Mazali, Politecnico di Torino, Massimiliano Spelat and Roberta De Bonis Patrignani,

Istituto Superiore Mario Boella

S7 Professions without Borders: 'Mission Impossible' or the Future? – Panel II

Room G128 Leone XIII

Organisers and Chairs: Emmanuele Pavolini, Macerata University and Ellen Kuhlmann, TU Dortmund

Oral papers

1. Professional mobility of academics and framings of academic teaching: a comparison of two countries

Nikolay Karmaev, Saint Petersburg National State University of Physical Education, Sports and

Health and Natalia Karmaeva, National Research University Higher School of Economics/Bielefeld University

2. Crossing borders in elderly care work in France: who benefits?

Alexandra Garabige, Centre d´études de l´emploi and Loïc Trabut, Ined

3. Managers as consultants: The hybridity and tensions of neo-bureaucratic management

Andrew Sturdy, University of Bristol and Christopher Wright, University of Sydney

4. Who decides what a sociologist does? The strength of occupational constraints for a weak discipline

Gianluca Argentin, Università degli Studi di Milano – Bicocca, Giulia Assirelli, Università di Trento and Orazio Giancola, Università “La Sapienza” di Roma

S11 Transnational Professionals

Transnational Professionals and Regulatory Change – Panel I

Room G130 S. Maria

Organiser: Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School

Chair: Daniel Muzio, Newcastle Business School

Oral papers

1. A new model of “Professions”? When Transnational Financial Services challenge Sociology of the professions

Valérie Boussard, Université Paris Ouest

2. How OECD influences the post-national professional identities

Tor Halvorsen, University of Bergen

3. Transnational professional competition in regulatory work: Fracking and Smoking in the European Union

Jacob Hasselbalch, University of Warwick and L´Universite Libre de Bruxelles

4. The Market for International Organization

Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School

Lunch

14.00 – 14.30 Meet the Editors Panel II

Room G127 Pio XI

Chair: Lara Maestripieri, Fondazione Feltrinelli

“Journal of Professions & Organization” – Daniel Muzio

“CAMBIO” – Giulia Mascagni e Andrea Bellini

14.30 – 16.15 Parallel Sessions

S2 Public Sector Governance and Professionalism: Organizational Practices and Contexts in a Cross-national Perspective – Panel II

Room G127 Pio XI

Organiser: Viola Burau, University of Aarhus

Chair: Helena Serra, New University of Lisbon

Oral papers

1. Bureaucracy, ‘post-bureaucracy’ and the Portuguese academics, doctors and nurses professionalism in the higher education and health reforms context

Rui Santiago, CIPES

2. The student as ‘consumer’: How student satisfaction data is changing the face of professionalism in English Higher Education

Jo Frankham, Liverpool John Moores University

3. Collective forms of user participation in a healthcare system: a countervailing power for professionals? The case of the Joint Committees in the Italian NHS

Stefano Neri, Università degli Studi di Milano

4. Positioning of head nurses in the ‘management’ of well-being at work: A case study from a Finnish public sector hospital organization

Sara Lindström, Aalto University & Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

5. The Activating Profession. Coaching and Coercing in the Welfare Services

Anniken Hagelund, Institute for social research

Distributed papers

1. Professionalism and managerialism in Italian welfare organisations: managerial typologies in public administrations and third sector organisations

Maria Pia Castro and M. Teresa Consoli, Università di Catania  

S5 Professionals and Citizen Relations – Panel II

Room G130 S. Maria

Organiser: Lars Thorup Larsen, Aarhus University

Chair: Gitte Sommer Harrits, Aarhus University

Oral papers

1. Patient or professional: who is in the lead? Response of mental health care workers to increasing patient participation"

Aukje Leemeijer, HAN University of Applied Sciences

2. From patient deference towards limited informality: An Eliasian analysis of English general

practitioners’ understandings of changing patient relations

Patrick Brown, University of Amsterdam, Jon Gabe and Mary Ann Elston, University of London,

3. Citizen engagement and turf marking among professionals in local health care

Marie Østergaard Møller, KORA  and Anna Kathrine Fly Mathiasen, VIA University College

4. General practitioners’ assessment practices of patients needy for lifestyle intervention. A vignette study on the impact of social distance on general practitioners’ patient assessments

Sofie Ilsvard, Aarhus University

5. Foster parents as professionals and citizens in today’s Russia: bonds and boundaries

Daria Prisiazhniuk and Elena Iarskaia-Smirnova, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia

Distributed papers

1. Professionals and Citizen Relations: the case of “healthcare and family learning”

Micol Bronzini and Giovanna Vicarelli, Università Politecnica delle Marche 

S9 Virtuous Professionalism: Exploring Good Practice for the Future – Panel I

Room G128 Leone XIII

Organiser and Chair: Mike Saks, University Campus Suffolk

Oral papers

1. Virtuous physicians and trusting patients in changing times?

Mike Dent, Staffordshire University

2. Professional accountability and top-down models: what opportunity for Exit and Voice?

Judith Allsop, University of Lincoln

3. Choosing and sharing wisely

Arianna Radin, Università degli Studi di Torino

5. The economic crisis as a driving force towards virtuous professionalism? The case of Italian dentists

Elena Spina and Giovanna Vicarelli, Università Politecnica delle Marche

Coffee Break

16.45 – 18.30 Parallel Sessions

S6 Boundary Work, Knowledge Workers and Professionals in the Cities of Global Events

Room G130 S. Maria

Organisers: Annalisa Murgia, Università di Trento and Emiliana Armano, Università Statale di Milano

Chair: Annalisa Murgia, Università di Trento

Oral papers

1. Variegation of neoliberalism, events in cosmopolitan cities and professional attractors

Luca Salmieri, Univesrità “La Sapienza” di Roma

2. Publishing and event industries: which type of valorization?

Andrea Fumagalli, Università di Pavia and Cristina Morini, Social independent researcher

3. Collective identity and representation among professionals: exploring corporatist temptations and resilient experimentations in Milan

Guido Gabriele Cavalca, Università degli Studi di Salerno and Paolo Borghi, Università degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca

4. The immeasurable labour. Processes of subjectivation and exploitation in the performing arts workers

Federico Chicchi, Università di Bologna and Mauro Turrini, Université de Paris 1 “Panthéon Sorbonne”

5. Place-based and digital embeddedness of knowledge workers in Milan

Elisabetta Risi, IULM University

S1 Professions, Exclusions and Global Labour Markets – Panel II

Room G127 Pio XI

Organiser: Debby Bonnin, University of Pretoria and Shaun Ruggunan, University of KwaZulu-Natal

Chair: Debby Bonnin, University of Pretoria

Oral papers

1. Social Polarisation and migration to Johannesburg

Jacqueline Borel-Saladin, HSRC

2. Bond by EU labour markets, divided by professional boundaries: nurse migration in times of austerity

Ellen Kuhlmann, Jan Jochmaring and Tania Jensen, TU Dortmund,

3. Recurrent Themes in Research on the International Migration of Health Workers.

Vivien Runnels, Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, Ronald Labonté and Corinne Packer, University of Ottawa

4. Exclusionary Inclusion into the Legal Profession: the issues for Legal Education and Training in the UK

Hilary Sommerlad, University of Birmingham

5. European Youth Guarantee: challenges and prospects for E.U. cohesion”

Sofia Boutsiouki, University of Macedonia

S11 Transnational Professionals – Panel II

Room G128 Leone XIII

Organiser and Chair: Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School

Oral papers

1. Global professional service firms and the challenge of institutional complexity: ‘field relocation’ as a response strategy

Daniel Muzio, Newcastle Business School and James Faulconbridge, Lancaster University

2. Negotiating  global and local labour markets: Merchant Navy Officers as a transnational professional

Shaun Ruggunan, University of KwaZulu-Natal

3. Digital work: a market without borders?

Ivana Pais, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Alessandro Gandini, Middlesex University and Davide Beraldo, Universitá degli studi di Milano

4. Physicians on the move and/or epistemic arbiters?

Lisa Salmonsson, Stockholm University and Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School

5. Professional Activists on Extractive Industries

Duncan Wigan, Copenhagen Business School

18.30 – 19.30 RC52 Business Meeting

Room G127 Pio XI

20.00 Social Dinner (at your own expenses)

Ristorante IL BOLOGNESE

Corso Genova, 3 (angolo Via Torti)

MM. Sant’Ambrogio

www.dagiordanoilbolognese.com

Saturday, 21 March 2014

9.15 – 11.00 Parallel Sessions

S14 Professions in changing public sectors: opportunities and challenges

Room G129 S. Paolo

Organiser: Viola Burau, University of Aarhus

Chair: Florent Champy, National Centre for Scientific Research, France

Oral papers

1. You are what you eat: On social closure, boa constrictors, and professional change

Ola Agevall, Linnaeus University

2. Boundaries´ Construction: Many Professionalisms of Teachers?

Krista Loogma, Tallinn University

3. Ethical dilemmas in child and family social work and emerging form of professionalism

Teresa Bertotti, Università degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca

4. Professionalization of Public Managers and Building of Local Public Agenda. A Comparative Case Study in Two Municipalities of Colombia and Mexico

Gerardo Romo Morales, Universidad de Guadalajara and Mary Luz Alzate Zuluaga, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

5. The military profession faced to the challenges of the asymmetric warfare

Giuseppe Caforio, Centro interuniversitario studi storici e militari

Distributed papers

1. The contribution of self and perceived organizational support in the constitution of knowledge and lifelong learning: the case of Co-operative Education in Ontario

Antoine Pennaforte, Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers and Judene Pretti, University of Waterloo

2. Social action and motivation of social workers in Russia: challenges of professionalisation

Anastasiya Selchenok, Moscow State Pedagogical University

S15 – Knowledge workers facing a globalising professionalism

Room G130 S. Maria

Organiser: Local Organising Committee

Chair: Lucia Parrino, Fondazione Feltrinelli

Oral papers

1. Co-working as a new form of professional work: an overview of co-working spaces and places

Silvia Ivaldi and Giuseppe Scaratti, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

2. Calculative Professionalism and the Governance of cancer research in Germany

Christiane Schnell, Institute for Social Research

3. The institutionalization of academic profession in Chilean universities

Jorge Gibert Galassi, Universidad de Valparaiso

4. The profession of Social Media Manager in the radio: A case study of public and commercial radio in Italy and France

Giovannipaolo Ferrari, Università di Salerno & Université Paul Valéry Montpellier III

5. From geographic mobility to socio-economic mobility: projects, routes and pathways on the move

Maria De Lourdes Machado-Taylor and João Lopes, Center for Policies on Higher Education Policies – CIPES - University of Aveiro

S9 Virtuous Professionalism: Exploring Good Practice for the Future – Panel II

Room G128 Leone XIII

Organiser: Mike Saks, University Campus Suffolk

Chair: Mike Dent, Staffordshire University

Oral papers

1. Capacities to cope. The Capacity of Public Professionals to Secure and Improve Quality of Services

Mirko Noordegraaf, Wilmar Schaufeli, Nina van Loon, Madelon Heerema and Marit Weggemans Ba, Utrecht University

2. Perceptions of professional good practices in academia

Teresa Carvalho, CIPES - University of Aveiro

3. Configuring professional practice? The embeddedness of care and compassion within long-term social processes and broader social configurations

Ruben Flores, Higher School of Economics and Patrick Brown, University of Amsterdam

4. Professionalization of science journalism in Russia: knowledge, community, media

Roman Abramov, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia

5. Sociology and (doctoral) Professionalism: A Historical Reconstruction of Boundaries, Bonds and Mutual Interference

Gina Atzeni, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

The 'Spaces and Places' of Professional Work in the Post-crisis Economy [Session linked to EU FP7 COST Action IS1202 ‘Dynamics of Virtual Work’] – Panel II

Room G127 Pio XI

Organisers: Ivana Pais, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and Alessandro Gandini, Middlesex University

Chair: Alessandro Gandini, Middlesex University

Oral papers

1. It is here to stay. ‘Le métier du collaborateur’ and the collaborative economy in Andalusian Universities

Manuel García Bernárdez, Taraceas S. Coop. And. and Lucía del Moral, Universidad Pablo de Olavide

2. LV chairs and pizzas: the production of social spaces in Taiwan’s innovative startup eco-system

Wing-Fai Leung, University College Cork

3. The art of co-working in occupied spaces: linking political struggle and social innovation in the creative city

Alberto Cossu, Università degli Studi di Milano

4. Magazine journalists in Romania: working conditions and job (in)satisfaction

Romina Surugiu, University of Bucharest

5. The internet, social media and professional dissonance among student healthcare professionals.

Patricia Neville, University of Bristol

Coffee Break

11.30 – 13.15 Parallel Sessions

S16 Professions and public regulation

Room G127 Pio XI

Organiser: Local Organising Committee

Chair: Giuseppe Scaratti, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Oral papers

1. “Everything needs to change, so everything can stay the same”. New reforms and institutional inertia in Italian system of professions

Lara Maestripieri, Fondazione Feltrinelli

2. ‘Local Welfare' and social professions practices: rescaling public social issue governance

Susana Peñalva, National University of San Martin (UNSAM) - CONICET

3. How to be a Startupper in a country in crisis. Social networks and start-ups in Italy

Cecilia Manzo, Università di Teramo

4. Professional authority under political pressure. How the medical profession claims authority in public

Lars Thorup Larsen, Aarhus University

5. Flexibility and work quality in large-scale retailing: the case of a Milanese supermarket open 24/24 hours

Michela Bolis, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

S10 Inclusive Exclusiveness? New Moral Communities within and between Professions

Room G130 S. Maria

Organiser and Chair: Christiane Schnell, Institute for Social Research

Oral papers

1. Professional Bonds, Boundaries and...Conflicts in Court: the case of Judges, Public Prosecutors, Lawyers and Lay Experts

Vittorio Olgiati, University of Macerata

2. When the "outstanding barrister" is a woman: feminisation and new Moral Communities within legal profession

Annalisa Tonarelli, Università di Firenze

3. Engendering Police Forces. Analysing the heteronomy of professional local police officers through gender lenses

Lina Gálvez, Lucía del Moral, Nazareth Gallego, Paula Rodríguez and Mauricio Matus, Universidad Pablo de Olavide

4. Dimensions of  Inequalities and Inclusive Professionalism – A Case of  Knowledge Workers in Globalizing India

Rajesh Misra, University of Lucknow

5. Emotion work as a factor of the informal community at the workplace: the case of nurses in Russia

Olga Simonova, National Research University - Higher School of economics

Engaging Doctors and Health Professionals: What Is It? Does It Matter?

[Session linked to EU FP7 COST IS0903 ‘Medicine and Management’]

Room G128 Leone XIII

Organisers: Federico Lega, Bocconi University, Ian Kirkpatrick, Leeds University

and Mirko Noordegraaf, Utrecht University

Chair: Mirko Noordegraaf, Utrecht University

Oral papers

1. Activating professional innovation through organizational design: case study of a national managed network

Susan Hamer and Fiona O ‘Niell, NIHR CRN

2. Making a difference: a decentred comparative study of inspectors using discretion at inspectorates in England and the Netherlands

Suzanne Rutz, Erasmus University Rotterdam/Joint Inspectorate for Youth, Antoinette de Bont, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Dinah Mathew, Care Quality Commission, United Kingdom and Paul Robben, Erasmus University Rotterdam

3. New professional roles in Europe?

Iris Wallenburg, Maarten Janssen, Antoinette de Bont, Erasmus University Rotterdam and Munros team

4. Influence of nurse habitus on the emergence of leadership in the daily practices of nurse middle managers in hospitals

Pieterbas Lalleman, HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht and G.A.C. Smid, OpenUniversity NL / Sioo

5. Consequences of Italian health reforms on medical profession: the case of specialists doctors

Federico Sofritti, Università della Valle d´Aosta

S13 Caring and Curing, Cuddles and Scalpels, Bonds and Boundaries

Room G129 S. Paolo

Organiser and Chair: Lorenzo Speranza, University of Brescia

Oral papers

1. Professional Care in Russian Maternity Hospitals

Ekaterina Borozdina, European University at St.Petersburg

2. Splitting, Replacing, Intersecting: the Construction of the Nursing-Medical Boundary in Different Medical Specialties

Elisa Giulia Liberati, Maria Gorli and Giuseppe Scaratti, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore,

3. The Evolution of Nursing Profession in Italy: from Care to Cure or a Different Form of Care?

Barbara Sena, Unitelma Sapienza di Roma and Alessandro Stievano, Centre of Excellence for Nursing Scholarship Ipasvi

4. Caring and Curing When You’re in the Minority: Black Men in Gendered Health Professions.

Adia Harvey Wingfield, Georgia State University

5. Surgeon and Care

Angela Palmieri, Università di Brescia

13.15 Goodbye - Room G127 Pio XI

From 13.30 Guided Tour to Catholic University and San Lorenzo Basilica in Milan