Luis Díaz G. de Viana (ILLA) participa en el Vol. 18 de Advances in Sociology Research
Advances in Sociology Research publica el Volumen 18, en el que ha contribuido Luis Díaz G. de Viana (ILLA, CCHS-CSIC) como autor del capítulo titulado New Oral Transmission of Popular Culture in the Face of Global Challenges: From Urban Legends to the Daunting Narratives of Hypermodernity.
Descripción (en inglés)
The authors of this book discuss the latest advances in sociology research. Chapters include research on the importance of stories in assessing personal and/or community problems and designing culturally relevant and effective solutions; the repercussions of precarious, low-status work regarding access to healthcare services by immigrant workers in Greece; the repercussions of work and employment in precarious, low-status/low wage jobs of immigrant workers on their trade union participation and work rights claims in Greece; new oral transmission of popular culture in the face of global challenges; norm conformity, rationalization and resident participation in multi-owned housing management; myths and facts of closing the gender gap in trade union activities in Nigeria; and the phenomenon of homophobia within the framework of masculine domination as well as its role in setting the binary regarding gender boundaries.
Luis Diaz G. de Viana, "New Oral Transmission of Popular Culture in the Face of Global Challenges: From Urban Legends to the Daunting Narratives of Hypermodernity ", en Jared A. Jaworski (ed.), Advances in Sociology Research. New York: Nova Publishers, 2016 - 1st Quarter, Vol. 18, Chapter 4, pp.: 127-140 - ISBN: 978-1-63484-319-5