International conference individual abstract form

Please note: if you would like to organise your own session, with up to 4 papers within a stream please contact Jeni Harden.


We welcome research that illustrates the way families experience social divisions and inequalities or which documents how inequalities are embedded in different local and national contexts, including policy contexts, and frame how people live their family and personal life at any stage of the lifecourse.

For tips on how to write an engaging conference abstract click here.


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Please select either 1 or 2 streams from the list below within which your abstract could be placed
 Global social change: personal life, global inequalities and environmental issues Health and caring: inequalities and relationships Generation and lifecourse inequalities: childhood, older age, intergenerational relations Technologies and inequalities: work, family and relationships in a digital age Personal life and social divisions: disability, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, social class Researching and understanding unequal families and relationships: methodological and theoretical debates Work, institutions and civic society: inequalities of work and worklessness

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