Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Malta Sociological Association elects new committee

The Malta Sociological Association (MSA) has elected a new committee during its annual general meeting for 2018.

The committee comprises: 

Chairperson                                                    Valerie Visanich
Vice Chairperson                                            Mariella Debono
Secretary                                                        Jude Cauchi
Treasurer                                                        Roberta Scerri
Public Relations Officer                                  Michael Briguglio
Events Coordinator                                         Bridget Borg
Student Representative                                  Natalia Debattista
Active Ageing Representative                        Lina Caruana

MSA is a registered voluntary organisation. Further information can be obtained from https://maltasociologicalassociation.blogspot.com.mt/



Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Conference: Sociology of Southern Europe

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Facebook event page: Click here

To register: Click here

To join Malta Sociological Association: Click here

For PDF copy of programme please email maltasociologicalassociation@gmail.com

Monday, 4 September 2017

MSA Film Night & Social Event - The Congo Dandies

Picture by Mariella Debono

The Congo Dandies: living in poverty and spending a fortune to look like a million dollars

Details: An enjoyable short film on a sociological phenomenon which might be unknown in Malta is that of the so-called "sapeurs" in Congo:

Friday 22 September, 730pm
Price 7 EUR for MSA members, 10 EUR for non-members. Kids free. Snacks and beverages included!

Venue: Bir Mula Heritage Musem 79 Triq Santa Margerita, Bormla



Tuesday, 13 June 2017

MSA on the Roof Summer Social Event


A summer get together on the roof of a historic town house in the Cottonera for MSA members, sociology enthusiasts and their guests. Join us and socialize!

Date: Friday 7 July

Time: 7pm-10pm
Venue: Bir Mula Heritage House, Triq Santa Margherita Bormla

Food and drink provided. 

Entrance Fee -12 EUR 
Children aged 6-12 5 EUR. Children aged 0-5 FREE 
Proceeds go to Malta Sociological Association (VO1323)

Venue:
Bir Mula Heritage House 
79, St. Margaret Street,
Bormla BML 1370
N.B. The venue has stairs


Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/212680612570929/

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Sociologists discuss the way forward

During a round table discussion organized by the Malta Sociological Association, participants discussed the relevance of sociology today.

A  prominent argument emphasized the need to promote sociology and its research methods in the realms of evidence-based policy making, civil society and communities. 

Some participants discussed the validity of sociology to understand societies characterised by phenomena such as individualism, online interaction and fast change. 

Other points raised in the debate include the possibility of having sociology as a warranted profession, the importance of sociology as a critical reflexive outlook, and innovative practical approaches in the teaching of sociology. 

Participants also suggested the dissemination of sociological research in accessible media such as blogs and the liason between the MSA and policy-based organisations..

In the meantime, the Malta Sociology Association has announced a call for abstracts for its upcoming conference entitled 'Sociology of Southern Europe'. More information can be obtained from the following link: https://maltasociologicalassociation.blogspot.com.mt/2017/02/sociology-of-southern-europe-call-for.html

MSA Committee 2017