Transformations of parental roles and new forms of family.
Sexual and gender identities in modernity.
Identity and secularism in religious rituals in the context of globalization.
Transhumanism, posthumanism and religion.
Social Movements and Antisystem Ideologies.
Sexuality and love in postmodernity.
Representations and corporal practices.
Activism, food sovereignty and social networks.
The everyday popular culture from the paradigm of sport.
Anthropology of death and material and immaterial funerary heritage in Catalonia.
- SPACES AND MOBILITIES
Transnational mobility and integration processes: family and work.
Transformations of agrarian cultures in the context of urban and metropolitan societies.
Sport and its multiple metaphors in the contemporary world.
Anthropology of postmigratory Islam: belongings, literalism and conversions.
Migrations, formal and informal support networks.
Migration from a gender perspective.
The Camp de Tarragona: forms of articulation of the Tarragona-Reus-Cambrils metropolitan area with the rest of the territory: daily mobility, labour markets, service centres, heritage and tourism.
Urban sprawl and redefinition of territorial and functional boundaries: case studies of the implementation of macro-complexes of tourist orientation or mass consumption.
Biographical method and life stories: application of the biographical approach.
- SOCIAL INTERVENTION
Social care and attention to people.
Gender inequalities in paid work and care.
Social welfare and social services: social policies, social cohesion, institutional and informal provision of care.
Changes in intergenerational reciprocity.
Gender representations and cultural diversity in the media.
The organization of social intervention: analysis of professional practices and care systems, collaborative models and supervision.
Food precarization and forms of vertical / horizontal solidarity.
Ageism: aging, care and new technologies.
Housing / housing models / co-housing.
Informal networks as elements of support in the intervention: family and social relations.
The resilient perspective on social intervention.
Social history of health.
Security and food insecurity.
Lipophobic societies, obesogenic societies.
Health and Indigenous Peoples.
Environmental pollution and health: AIDS and cancer.
Global health: infectious, chronic-degenerative diseases.
Malaise and mental health: social and cultural determinants, mental health policies, confrontations and resilience.
Processes of medicalization, drug use and alternative and complementary systems.
Health and welfare policies, ethnography of services and analysis of therapeutic itineraries.