Chinese and French sociologists have a long tradition of debate and exchange on the social phenomena. Despite the substantial différences between these two countries, they also share some striking similaities, as a strong State, a certain administrative tradition and a rather strong logic of centralization.

More recently, Chinese and French sociologists have developped new views on social phenomena and social sciences that this workshop will confront and debate. The communications will deal with various topics like working time, organizational change, poverty, reform, ecology, risk…in China and in France.

Download: Programme 4th Franco-Chinese Workshop november 2018 Toulouse (.pdf)


Thursday, 15 November 2018

9 to 9.15 am OPENING ADRESS

Marie-Gabrielle SURAUD (CERTOP, University of Toulouse)
ZHAO Wei (China Academy of Social Management/ School of Sociology, Beijing Normal University)

9.15 to 10.45 am SESSION 1
Chair: WEI Jianwen

ZHAO Wei (China Academy of Social Management/ School of Sociology, Beijing Normal University),
Jens THOEMMES (CERTOP, University of Toulouse),
Work and social times in China

SA Zhihong (China Academy of Social Management/ School of Sociology, Beijing Normal University)
Research on Domestic Workers in China

11 to 12.30 am SESSION 2
Chair: Jens THOEMMES

Irène GAILLARD (CERTOP, University of Toulouse)
Health, Work and Organization in Small enterprises from Occitanie

Franck DOMERGUE (CERTOP, University of Toulouse)
Vincent SIMOULIN (CERTOP, University of Toulouse)
The reform of a political institution: from tradition to new managerial trends

12.30 Lunch (room D28)

2 to 4.30pm  SESSION 3
Chair: Michel CATLLA

MA Hongbo (Qinghai Institute of Public Administration)
Social governance innovation in the ecological conservation of Sanjiangyuan region

Camille DUMAT (CERTOP, University of Toulouse)
XIONG  Tiantian (School of Life Science, South China Normal University)
LI Zhi An (South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou)
How to manage sustainable Urban agriculture in China?

Paolo CRIVELLARI (CERTOP, University of Toulouse)
Innovation in the public sector through collaboration: a case study on industrial risk prevention

8. to 11. pm Workshop official Dinner


Friday, 16 November 2018

9 to 10.30 am SESSION 4
Chair: MA Hongbo

LI Lingxi (CERTOP, University of Toulouse)
The Contemporary development of French traditional techniques and its Enlightenments to China

Georges FAVRAUD (LISST-CAS, University of Toulouse)
How the study of Chinese society invites us to rethink the concept of « religion »?

10.45 to 12.15 am SESSION 5
Chair: ZHAO Wei

WANG Haixia (China Academy of Social Management/ School of Sociology, Beijing Normal University)
Discussion of Multifaceted Uses of Symbolic Capital in China

Michel CATLLA (CERTOP, University of Toulouse)
Between fascination and distrust: citizens facing their elected

12.15 Lunch (room D28)

2. to 4. pm SESSION 6
Chair: Paolo CRIVELLARI

WEI Jianwen (China Academy of Social Management/ School of Sociology, Beijing Normal University)
Post Western Sociology and Contemporary Chinese Sociology

Vincent SIMOULIN (CERTOP, University of Toulouse)
Clémentine PRENAT-VILLE (Direction départementale des territoires de l’Ariège)
Anaïs LAFAGE-COUTENS (CERTOP, University of Toulouse)
The birth of a new region (Occitanie) and the questions it raises to political sociology

4.15 to 5. pm  CLOSING SESSION

Gilbert De TERSSAC (CERTOP, CNRS, University of Toulouse)


Venue: University Toulouse – Jean Jaurès, Maison de la recherche (room D155), 5 allée Antonio Machado, Toulouse (31 – France)

Organizations:
University Toulouse Jean Jaurès, CERTOP laboratory (UMR5044 CNRS), Beijing National University (China Academy of Social Management – School of Sociology)

Coordinators
Vincent Simoulin, Professor of Sociology, UT2J, CERTOP
Michel Catlla, Associate Professor, UT2J, CERTOP
Zhao Wei, Professor of Sociology, BNU
Zhu Hongwen, Dean, Professor of Sociology, BNU

Contact: vincent.simoulin@univ-tlse2.fr


ubdated 23/10/2018 – Photo: Temple de la Terre, Pékin, Chine ©Vincent Simoulin 2018

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