Special Sub Section in Current Sociology on Emancipatory Catastrophism, Climate Change and Risk Society (organized by Sang-Jin Han)

 

Ulrich Beck: Emancipatory catastrophism: What does it mean to climate change and risk society? Current Sociology January 2015 63: 75-88,

Shinichiro Asayama:  Catastrophism toward ‘opening up’ or ‘closing down’? Going beyond the apocalyptic future and geoengineering Current Sociology January 2015 63: 89-93

Zhifei Mao:  Transportation disasters, financial crises, and beyond Current Sociology January 2015 63: 94-99

Ana María Vara:  A South American approach to metamorphosis as a horizon of equality: Focusing on controversies over lithium Current Sociology January 2015 63: 100-104

Young-Hee Shim:  A research methodological debate on emancipatory catastrophism: The case of transnational marriage Current Sociology January 2015 63: 105-109

Anders Blok: Towards cosmopolitan middle-range theorizing: A metamorphosis in the practice of social theory? Current Sociology January 2015 63: 110-114

Sang-Jin Han:  Emancipatory catastrophism from an East Asian perspective: Feedback from the dialogue organizer Current Sociology January 2015 63: 115-120,

Ulrich Beck: Author’s reply Current Sociology January 2015 63: 121-125

Authors
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Methodological Cosmopolitanism

In the Laboratory of Climate Change

Ludwig-Maximillians-Universität München Institute für Soziologie European Research Council