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Contents Introductory Books

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Family and Intimate Life

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Social Theory

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Class and Inequality

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Skills Based Sociology Series

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Health and Health Technologies

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Social Research Methods and Methodology

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Disability Studies

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Culture and Media

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Sport and Leisure

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Consumption

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Criminology, Criminal Justice and Socio-Legal Studies

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Critical Criminological Perspectives Series

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Globalization, Nationalism and Comparative Sociology

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Migration and Refugee Studies

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European Studies

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Political Sociology and the State

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Race and Ethnicity

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Identity Studies

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Religion

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Gender and Sexuality Childhood, Youth and Ageing Studies in Childhood and Youth

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Education

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The Environment, Science and Technology

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Urban Studies

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Social Policy and Welfare

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Anthropology

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Animal Studies

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INtroductory books Introductory Books

HIGHLIGHT Global Sociology 3rd edition Robin Cohen, Emeritus Professor; formerly Director of the International Migration Institute, University of Oxford, UK and Paul Kennedy, Reader in Sociology and Global Studies, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

'Having taught Global Sociology for many years now I was impressed and invigorated by this approach...I like the set-up and the fact that it is so comprehensive and that it treats global sociology in its genealogical context.' - Daniel Levy, Associate Professor of Sociology, SUNY-Stony Brook, USA ‘The content is so very up-to-date and filled with relevant examples. Overall, this is an excellent new edition and I am looking forward to recommending it to my students.' - Victoria K. Gosling, Lecturer in Sociology Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences, University of Salford, UK 'A thoughtful updating of an already very good, wide ranging textbook. I particularly like the clarity, approachable tone, and the sheer amount of very good material packed into what are short sections.' - Michael Whittingham, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Kingston University, UK

Key Concepts in Sociology Ken Roberts, Professor of Sociology, University of Liverpool, UK

Complementing the student's primary reading, Key Concepts in Sociology presents a comprehensive glossary of the key terms, concepts and figures that dominate the sociological landscape. Organized alphabetically and crossreferenced for ease of use and accessibility, the book also provides suggestions for further reading to consolidate learning. Contents: 300-400 entries, organized alphabetically. September 2008 368pp Paperback £16.99

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From religion to recession and social media to corporate power, this third edition continues to be the authority on global issues in contemporary society. Combining updated discussion of global challenges with clear writing and an emphasis on critical thinking, Global Sociology will inspire today's students of global society across disciplines. Contents: Introduction / PART I: INTERPRETATIONS / The Making of Global Sociology / Thinking Globally / Modernity and the Evolution of World Society / Work, Production and Finance / Political Sociology: Changing Nation States / PART II: DIVISIONS / Global Inequalities: The Victims / Class, Income and Wealth / Gender and Sexualities / Race, Ethnicity and Intersectionality / Corporate Power and Social Responsibility / Crime, Terrorism and Violence / PART III: EXPERIENCES / Population and Migration / Globalization, Families and Social Change / Consuming Culture / Lifestyle and Leisure / Media and the Digital Age / Global Religions / Urban Life / PART IV: DYNAMICS AND CHALLENGES / Global Civil Society and Political Activism / Towards an Environmentally Safe World / Identities and Belonging / Conclusion: Global Uncertainties and Ways Forward http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=389067

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INtroductory books

Key Sociological Thinkers

Being Sociological

2nd edition

Edited by Steve Matthewman, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Catherine Lane WestNewman, and Bruce Curtis, all at University of Auckland, New Zealand

Edited by Rob Stones, Professor of Sociology and Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Essex, UK

This is a stimulating guide to the lives, works and legacies of twenty-three of the most influential thinkers in sociology. The book gives a clear and contextualized introduction to classical and contemporary theory, illuminating complex ideas with examples from the everyday world. It continues to be an essential text for all students of sociological theory. Contents: Introduction; R.Stones / How to Use This Book; R. Stones / Seeing Things Differently: An Alternative Contents List / List of Glossary Boxes / PART I / Karl Marx; B.Jessop / Max Weber; L.A.Scaff / Emile Durkheim; W.Pope / Georg Simmel; P.Watier / Herbert Blumer; K.Plummer / Theodor Adorno; M.O’Neill / Talcott Parsons; R.Holton / PART II / Robert K. Merton; A.Sica / Norbert Elias; J.Hughes / Erving Goffman; R.Williams / David Lockwood; N.Mouzelis / Harold Garfinkel; J.Heritage / Louis Althusser; T.Benton / Nancy Chodorow; K.A.Martin / PART III / Jurgen Habermas; W.Outhwaite / Pierre Bourdieu; L.Wacquant / Michel Foucault; L.Barth / Stuart Hall; M.Barrett / Dorothy E. Smith; K.Widerberg / Anthony Giddens; I.J.Cohen / Michael Mann; R.Schroeder / Arlie Russell Hochschild; S.J.Williams / Zygmunt Bauman; T.Blackshaw November 2007 496pp Paperback £24.99

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Introductory Sociology

'[A]n original and interesting approach to the difficult task of introducing sociology to students.' - Professor Barry Smart, School of Social, Historical and Literary Studies, University of Portsmouth, UK This original, thematic introduction to sociology encourages students to look afresh at a world they think they know. Taking twenty different ways of existing and acting in the world, such as ‘believing’ or ‘educating’, it covers all the key areas of first year study and equips readers with the skills to think sociologically. Contents: On Being Sociological; C.L.West-Newman & S.Matthewman / Doing Research; B.Curtis / Modernizing; I.Carter / Working; B.Curtis / Consuming; S.Matthewman / Trading; P.T.Manicas / Stratifying: Class; D.Bedggood / Governing: Power; C.L.West-Newman / Racializing; I.Vodanovich / Gendering; C.Brickell / Sexualising; M.Stevens / Being: Identity; M.Sullivan & C.L.WestNewman / Feeling: Emotions; C.L.West-Newman / Believing: Religion; T.McIntosh / Educating; R.Dale / Straying: Deviance; M.Lloyd / Mediating: Technology; S.Matthewman / Informing: Media; A.Norgrove / Relating: Family; R.Shaw / Belonging: Community; D.Hoey / Finishing; S.Matthewman / Glossary February 2007 Paperback

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4th edition Tony Bilton, formerly Principal Lecturer in Sociology, Anglia Ruskin University, UK, Kevin Bonnett, Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Student Experience, Manchester Metropolitant University, UK, Pip Jones, Principal Lecturer in Sociology, Anglia Ruskin University, UK, Tony Lawson, Senior Lecturer in Education, University of Leicester, UK, David Skinner, Reader in Sociology and Michelle Stanworth, formerly Professor of Sociology and Women’s Studies, both at Anglia Ruskin University, UK and Andrew Webster, Professor of Sociology, University of York, UK

'Simply the best book for Introducing Sociology.' M. Erben, University of Southampton, UK One of the most popular textbooks in the field, the fourth edition builds on the strengths of its predecessor in its thematic coherence, clarity of exposition and analytical depth. It is carefully structured to cover all the main substantive topics studied at an introductory level within a framework that engages with exciting contemporary debates about modernity, globalisation and social identity. Contents: PART I: CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS / Studying Society Today / Living in Modernity / Globalization and Modernity / PART II: SOCIAL DIVISIONS AND POWER / Social Divisions / The Significance of Social Class / Gender Relations / Race and Ethnicity / Power, Politics and the State / PART III: DIMENSIONS OF MODERN SOCIAL LIFE / Family Life / Education / Work and Employment / The Mass Media / Health, Illness and Medicine / Crime / Knowledge, Belief and Religion / PART IV: SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY AND METHOD / Principles of Sociological Research / Foundations of Social Theory / Making Social Life: Theories of Action and Meaning / Modernity, Postmodernity and Social Theory May 2002 Paperback

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Theorizing Power

Cultural Change and Persistence

The Challenges of Vulnerability

New Perspectives on Development

In Search of Strategies for a Less Vulnerable Social Life

Edited by William Ascher, Donald C. McKenna Professor of Government and Economics, Claremont McKenna College, USA and John M. Heffron, Professor of History; Associate Director of the Pacific Basin Research Center, Soka University of America, USA

Jonathan Hearn, Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Politics, University of Edinburgh, UK

Power is a key issue across all aspects of social life. This text provides a clear introduction to the topic, anchoring abstract ideas in real social and historical contexts. Spanning theorists from Machiavelli to Bourdieu, the text unravels complex concepts to carefully show the relationship between power and society. Contents: Preface and Acknowledgements / PART I: CONCEPTUALIZING POWER / Introducing Key Issues / Meet the Family: Domination, Authority and Legitimacy / PART II: THEORIZING POWER / European Sources / American Debates / Epistemological Approaches / Evolutionary Approaches / PART III: INVESTIGATING POWER / Domination, Authority and Legitimacy in Liberal Society / Religion and Morality / Gender, Power and Patriarchy / Identity and Personhood / Conclusion: To and Over, Is and Ought May 2012 Hardback Paperback

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This book is about the ways that traditional cultural practices either change or persist in the face of social and economic development, whether the latter proceeds primarily from internal or external forces. January 2011 Hardback

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Cultural Politics and Resistance in the 21st Century Community-Based Social Movements and Global Change in the Americas

Barbara Misztal, Professor, University of Leicester, UK

Proposing an aggregative conception of vulnerability, this book provides a new framework for understanding individual experience of, and resilience to, vulnerability and promotes the need to find remedies for exposure to involuntary dependence, the unsecured future and the painful past.

Contents: List of Tables / Acknowledgements / Introduction: The Challenge of Vulnerability / PART I: DEFINING VULNERABILITY / Vulnerability to Adverse Events / Towards Sociology of Vulnerability / The First Form of Vulnerability / The Second Form of Vulnerability / The Third Form of Vulnerability / PART II: CONFRONTING VULNERABILITY / The Nature of Remedies / Acts of Responsibility / Objectives of Promising / Functions of Forgiveness / Conclusion / Bibliography / Index October 2011 Hardback

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Edited by Kara Z. Dellacioppa, Professor of Sociology, and Clare Weber, Chair, Department of Sociology both at California State University-Dominguez Hills, USA

By analyzing the cases present in this volume, the editors develop important steps towards a theory of social change that can adequately address the complex realities and intersectionality of identity (race, gender, class, sexuality, nationality) within and among these new movements. December 2011 246pp Hardback £55.00

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social theory

Philosophy of Social Science The Philosophical Foundations of Social Thought 2nd edition,

Dead White Men & Other Important People Sociology’s Big Ideas

Contents: Preface to the Second Edition / Introduction to the First Edition / Empiricism and Positivism in Science / Some Problems of Empiricism and Positivism / Science, Nature and Society: Some Alternatives to Empiricism / Interpretive Approaches 1: Instrumental Rationality / Interpretive Approaches 2: Rationality as Rule-Following: Cultures, Traditions and Hermeneutics / Interpretive Approaches 3: Critical Rationality / Critical Realism and the Social Sciences / Feminism, Knowledge and Society / Post-Structuralism and Postmodernism / Conclusion: In Defence of Philosophy / Commentary on Recent Developments / Appendix I: Personal Conclusions / Appendix II: Obituary for Professor Ian Craib October 2010 Hardback Paperback

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A Radical View 2nd edition

Ralph Fevre, Professor of Social Research, University of Cardiff, UK and Angus Bancroft, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Edinburgh, UK

Ted Benton, Professor of Sociology, and Ian Craib, Sometime Professor of Sociology, both at University of Essex, UK

The 10th anniversary edition of this highly regarded text continues to give a comprehensive introduction to philosophical problems in the social sciences. New commentary is given on each chapter, exploring developments in the field and offering fresh perspectives on classic ideas. This book remains essential reading for all social theory students.

Power

'I read this book with great pleasure, enjoying how it took the beginner student reader on a voyage of sociological discovery... The book is a really novel, pedagogically efficacious, intellectual means of stimulating thought within and about sociology.' - David Inglis, Professor of Sociology, University of Aberdeen, UK 'Every lecturer in every land will be borrowing material…this book is a real winner.' - Adrian Franklin, Professor of Sociology, UTAS, Australia 'I think this book is absolutely fantastic. The idea of structuring social theory around conversations works really well and the style makes it both easy and exciting to read.' - Tony, a Sociology Student This is a textbook with a twist. Written as a novel, it follows the story of Mila, a new student who's grappling with social theory for the first time. Explaining what makes sociology so important, it is a brilliantly engaging introduction to classic and contemporary debates in theories. This is the perfect introduction to sociological thinking for students of all abilities.

Steven Lukes, Professor of Sociology, New York University and London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

'Like the first edition, which it includes, this is a truly superb volume. It will, in thirty years’ time, remain a - possibly the - classic treatment of power in the English language.' - Professor Colin Hay, University of Birmingham, UK

In this second edition of a seminal work, Steven Lukes’ reconsiders his views in light of recent debates and of criticisms of his original argument. With a new introduction and bibliographical essay, this book will consolidate its reputation as a classic work and a major reference point within social and political theory. October 2004 Paperback

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Contents: In the Beginning / In at the Deep End / In the Cafe / In the Picture / In Our Genes? / In Cahoots / In Doni’s Club / In the Night / In the Morning / In Control / In Doubt / In Sickness and in Health / In Two Acts / In and Against / In Between / In Pieces / In and Out / In the End / Frequently Asked Questions - and Where to Find the Answers March 2010 Paperback

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A Short History of Sociological Thought 3rd edition Alan Swingewood, formerly Lecturer in Sociology, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

Skills Based Sociology Series

2nd edition

The Family

Contents: PART I: CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGY / Modernity, Industrialisation and the Rise of Sociology / Marxism: A Critical Science of Capitalist Development / Critique of Positivism 1: Durkheim / Critique of Positivism 2: Social Action / Marxism after Marx / PART II: MODERN SOCIOLOGY / Functionalism / Self and Society: Sociological Interactionism / Structuralism and PostStructuralism / Problems of Agency and Structure / Postmodernity and Sociological Theory / New Directions in Sociological Thought / Conclusion: Sociology and the Modern World January 2000 Paperback

288pp £26.99

Warren Kidd, Senior Lecturer of Education, University of East London, UK and Alison Teagle, Head of Sixth Form, St Paul’s Catholic College, UK

2nd edition Liz Steel, Head of Humanities and Social Science, Halifax New College, UK, Warren Kidd, Senior Lecturer of Education, University of East London, UK and Anne Brown, formerly Lecturer in Education, University of Leicester, UK

'A superb book.' - The Times Higher Education Supplement This lucidly written, jargon-free text offers an account of the rise of sociological thought from its origins in the eighteenth century. Beginning with the classical sociology of Marx, Durkheim, Weber and Simmel, it goes on to examine the modern paradigms of functionalism, interactionism, structuralism and critical Marxism, and ends by discussing salient contemporary sociological theory, including the theories of Foucault, Baudrillard, Giddens, Habermas and others. Systematic and comprehensive, this is a text that critically engages with sociological theory throughout its development, offering students a path through competing traditions and perspectives that brings out the distinctive value and limitations of these.

Culture & Identity

Family structures have become increasingly diverse over recent decades. Examining contemporary theory alongside key terms and concepts, this new edition explores issues of intimacy, parenting, cohabitation and media representations. This book provides an in-depth look at the role of the family in society for all students of sociology. Contents: Introduction to the Sociology of the Family / The Nature of Families and Households / Theories of Families and Households: 1 / Theories of Families and Households: 2 / Ideology, Discourse and the ‘Dark Side’ of Family Life / The Impact of Industrialization: Changes in Family Structure / Family Roles, Marriage and Relationships / Family Diversity / Changing Patterns of Marriage and Divorce / Changing Generations / The Family and Social Policy / References March 2012 Paperback

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An understanding of culture and identity is essential for new sociologists. This studentfocused text explains the themes and theories behind these core ideas. With up-to-date discussion of ‘chavs’, masculinity and social networking, skills-based activities and a new chapter on research, this is invaluable reading for anyone new to this topic. Contents: Introduction / Key Issues in the Study of Culture and Identity / Classical Views on Culture and Identity / The Development of 'action' Sociology and Interactionists / Socialisation, Self Identity and the Life Course / How Much 'Agency' do Individuals have in Culture? / Modern and Postmodern Culture and Identity / Mass Culture and Popular Culture / Youth Culture and Sub-Culture / Semiology, Structuralism and Post-Structuralism / Class and Consumption / Sex and Gender - Femininity and Masculinity / Ethnicity and Identity / Community, Nation and Globalization September 2012 320pp Paperback £24.99

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social research methods and methodology

Developing Research Questions

Social Research Methods and Methodology

A Guide for Social Sciences

Understanding and correctly applying ethics is essential to any research project. Students and researchers often struggle with knowing how and when to consider ethical issues and what to do when things don’t go to plan. With examples throughout, this book is a practical guide to navigating the difficulties of this hugely important area. Contents: Introduction: Why Research Ethics Matters / PART I: ETHICAL BASICS / Thinking Critically About Ethics / Ethical Principles and Codes / Ethical Procedures, Institutions and Norms / PART II: ETHICS IN PRACTICE / Research Design and Ethics / Writing a Successful Ethics Application or Project / Ethical Dilemmas When Running the Project / PART III: ETHICAL 'HOT TOPICS' / Informed Consent / Privacy, Anonymity and Confidentiality / Assessment of Possible Harm I: Participants / Assessment of Possible Harm II: Researcher Safety / Vulnerable Groups and Sensitive Topics / The Ethics of Research With Children and Young People / Social Justice and Cultural Sensitivity / Internet Research and Ethics / Appendix I: Standards and Guidelines October 2012 Paperback

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Edited by Sasha Roseneil, Professor of Sociology and Social Theory and Stephen Frosh, Professor of Psychology and Pro-ViceMaster, Centre for Psychosocial Studies, both at Birkbeck College, University of London, UK

Patrick White, Lecturer in Sociology, University of Leicester, UK

Doing Ethical Research Hannah Farrimond, Research Fellow, University of Exeter, UK

Social Research after the Cultural Turn

A guide to generating, formulating and refining research questions, this book takes the reader through the processes involved in developing 'researchable' questions, from initial ideas or broad topics. Common problems and mistakes are identified and the links between research questions and research design are discussed. Contents: Introduction / Where do Research Ideas Come From? / What Makes a Research Question? / What Makes a Question 'Researchable'? / Questions, Methods and Indicators / Answering Research Questions - Claims Evidence and Warrant / Afterword November 2008 144pp Paperback £17.99

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This collection explores the contested meanings and diverse practices of social research in the context of contemporary theoretical debates in cultural and social theory, addressing fundamental questions facing those working in the social and human sciences today. January 2012 216pp 216x138mm 1 b/w photograph, 1 map and 1 figure Hardback £55.00 978-0-230-24158-9

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Ethical Decision-Making in Social Research

Social Research

Doing a Successful Research Project

4th edition

Using Qualitative or Quantitative Methods

A Practical Guide

This practical, user-friendly guide examines ethics in research. It helps researchers to manage ethical dilemmas that arise while research is being planned, conducted and reported and includes a unique ‘ethical review checklist’ and ‘risk matrix’, as well as other useful features, to aid ethics in practice. June 2011 Paperback

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Ways of Knowing Competing Methodologies in Social and Political Research 2nd edition Jonathon Moses, Professor of Political Science, and Torbjørn Knutsen, Professor of Political Science, both at Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway The revised second edition of this innovative textbook on methodology in social and political science focuses centrally on the debate between positivist and constructivist approaches. Lively and accessible, the book introduces a range of key issues which show how methodological pluralism can be combined with intellectual rigor. July 2012 Hardback Paperback

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Martin Brett Davies, Professor Emeritus, University of East Anglia, UK

Sotirios Sarantakos, Adjunct Professor, Charles Sturt University, Australia

Ron Iphofen, Lecturer in Sociology, University of Wales, UK

From question development and research design to data collection and statistical analysis, this text guides the reader through every aspect of social research. Encouraging a critical approach in each chapter, this fourth edition includes enhanced coverage of internet sampling, mixed methods, conversation analysis and feminist research. Contents: PART I: FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH / Social Research, History, Theory and Practice / Varieties of Social Research / Feminist Research / Principles of Social Research / PART II: RESEARCH PLANNING / Research Design / Initiating Social Research / Sampling Procedures / PART III: METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION / Multi-Sample Studies / Field Research / Observation / Surveys: Questionnaires / Surveys: Interviews / The Study of Documents / Applied Research / PART IV: DATA ANALYSIS / Qualitative Analysis / Quantitative Analysis / PART V: PUBLICATION / Reporting / Glossary November 2012 400pp Paperback £28.99

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'This is one of the most clearly written and engaging books for the beginning researcher I have encountered. It is a practical, no-nonsense and encouraging book as well.' - Elizabeth Watson, Senior Lecturer, School of Social Sciences, University of Western Sydney, Australia

Doing a Successful Research Project offers an accessible, even-handed introduction to carrying out research methods for undergraduate and postgraduate students conducting a research project for the first time. Guides students carefully through the process from planning to completion, whilst assessing the different strategies available. Contents: PART I: PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH PROJECT / So You’re Going to do a Research Project / Let’s Make a Start / Drawing up your Personal Project Roadmap / PART II: QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH / The Principles of Sampling / Carrying Out Your Survey / Questionnaires / The Art and Science of Survey Interviewing / Analysing Your Survey Data / PART III: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH / Studying a Small Sample / Qualitative Research Interviewing / There is More to Qualitative Research than Interviewing / Analysing Qualitative Data / PART IV: THE LAST LAP / Writing Your Report / PART V: INTO MORE COMPLEX TERRITORY / A Qualitative Researcher’s Briefing Sheet / Testing for Statistical Significance / Bibliography / Index January 2007 Paperback

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Murder, Gender and the Media

Criminology, Criminal Justice and Socio-Legal Studies

Narratives of Dangerous Love Jane Monckton Smith, Lecturer, Department of Natural and Social Sciences, Gloucestershire University, UK

Researching Crime Approaches, Methods and Application Chris Crowther-Dowey, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Nottingham Trent University, UK and Pete Fussey, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University of Essex, UK

Explaining a variety of methods in undergraduate and professional contexts, this book shows how to carry out research, analyze data and understand results. The text gives advice on the problems and possibilities of research, whilst relating practice to theory and policy at every step. This is the ideal resource for all students researching crime. Contents: Introduction / PART I: RESEARCH IN CONTEXT / The Emergence of Criminological Research / Doing Criminological Research: Styles, Approaches and Key Issues / Criminological Research Methods: Connecting Data and Theory / Criminological Research in the ‘Real World’: Its Nature and Uses / PART II: WAYS OF DOING RESEARCH / Using Other People’s Data: Official Data and Secondary Data Analysis / Asking Questions About Crime: Questionnaires and Surveys / Talking to People About Crime: Interviews and Focus Groups / Watching Crime and Crime Control: Ethnographic and Observational Research / Documentary Research and Discourse Analysis / Combining Methods: Triangulation / Conclusion October 2012 Hardback Paperback

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'In nine powerful chapters (including Frank Mullane's sobering account of the homicide review of his sister and nephew's murders), this book gives voice to those women silenced by the system during what is sometimes decades of abuse. With rigorous data and powerful prose, this book will inform psychologists, criminologists, and other academics with an interest in violence against women, while being accessible to criminal justice professionals, journalists and, indeed, lay audiences. As such, it is an important addition to scholarship on gendered violence.' - Dr Carolyn Hoyle, Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford, UK A shocking look at how the idea of romantic love can justify and excuse the killing of women by their partners, and lead to sympathy and reduced sentences for the killers. The author explores how stories of domestic homicide are told in the news, by the police, and in the courts, drawing from seventy-two cases which took place over a twelve month period. Contents: Love and Intimate Femicide / The Problem of Intimate Partner Abuse / The Problems of Intimate Partner Femicide / Romantic Love and Violence / News Reporting of IPA and IPF / Six Case Studies and Factor Analysis / Narratives of IPF with Love / Narratives of IPF without Love / Forensic Narratives, Love and Homicide / Appendix I: A Personal Account from Frank Mullane May 2012 Hardback

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The Criminal Cases Review Commission Hope for the Innocent? Edited by Michael Naughton, Senior Lecturer in Law and Sociology, University of Bristol, UK Forewords by: C. Ronald Huff, Michael Mansfield and Michael Zander

'Michael Naughton’s timely and authoritative book comprehensively destroys the myth that the central mission of the CCRC is to correct wrongful convictions of the innocent.' - Professor Mike McConville, The Chinese University of Hong Kong 'The book presents a strong and passionate prosecution case against the CCRC.' - Duncan Campbell, The Guardian This book, now in paperback, focuses on the world’s first publicly-funded body - the Criminal Cases Review Commission - to review alleged miscarriages of justice. Providing a critique of its operations, the book shows that its help to innocent victims of wrongful conviction is merely incidental. May 2012 Paperback

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Rethinking Miscarriages of Justice

Constructing Crime

Public Security in the Negotiated State

Beyond the Tip of the Iceberg

Discourse and Cultural Representations of Crime and ‘Deviance’

Michael Naughton, Senior Lecturer in Law and Sociology, University of Bristol, UK

Edited by Christiana Gregoriou, Lecturer in English Language, School of English, University of Leeds, UK

Markus-Michael Müller, Postdoctoral Researcher, Centre for Area Studies, University of Leipzig, Germany

'It is important to refresh our perspectives upon the perennial problem of miscarriages of justice, and Michael Naughton...thoroughly explains to us in his book why, after a Royal Commission and so much criminal justice legislation, reform remains essential.' - Clive Walker, Professor of Criminal Justice Studies, Leeds University, UK 'This book provides a refreshing new approach to the analysis of miscarriages of justice. Drawing upon Foucault’s analysis of governmentality and the emerging new perspective of zemiology, it maps a new terrain for understanding miscarriages. It is clearly written and succinct. It should be essential reading for students of law, criminology, sociology and politics.' - Paddy Hillyard, Professor of Sociology, Queen’s University Belfast, UK '...in this book Naughton attempts to contribute to new ways of thinking about and acting upon miscarriages of justice...' - The Criminal Lawyer

Crime and criminals are a pervasive theme in all areas of our culture, including media, journalism, film and literature. This book explores how crime is constructed and culturally represented through a range of areas including Spanish, English Language and Literature, Music, Criminology, Gender, Law, Cultural and Criminal Justice Studies.

Policing and security governance in areas of limited statehood have become central issues in contemporary academic and political debates. This book offers an in-depth study on public security provision, the resulting state-society relations, and policing in Mexico City.

This book, now in paperback, draws on Foucauldian theory and ‘social harm’ paradigms to offer a radical redefinition of miscarriages of justice from a critical perspective, challenging the dominant perception that miscarriages of justices are rare and exceptional cases of wrongful imprisonment. Contents: Foreword; J.Simon / Introduction / What is a Miscarriage of Justice? / The Official Miscarriage of Justice Iceberg / Causation: Beyond the Official Miscarriage of Justice Iceberg / Government / Campaigns / Academia / Human Rights / Zemiology / Conclusion March 2012 Paperback

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Contents: Editor Preface / Notes on Contributors / PART I: CONSTRUCTING CRIMINAL FACTS / The Devil Drives a Lada: The Social Construction of Hackers as the Cybercriminal; D.S.Wall / Scanning Bodies, Stripping Rights? How do UK's Media Discourses Portray Airport Security Measures?; C.Gregoriou & P.Troullinou / Narrative and Historical Truth in Delayed Civil Actions for Child Abuse; T.Ward / The Edgier Waters of the Era: Gordon Burn's Somebody's Husband, Somebody's Son; M.Colebrook / PART II: CONSTRUCTING CRIMINAL FICTIONS / Cogito Ergo Sum: Criminal Logic and MadDiscourse in Shutter Island; M.E.Iwen / 'ARMAGGEDON WAS YESTERDAY- TODAY WE HAVE A SERIOUS PROBLEM': Pre- and post- millennial Tropes for Crime and Criminality in Fiction by David Peace and Stieg Larsson; R.Brown / 'It's a sin […] Using Ludwig van like that. He did no harm to anyone, Beethoven just wrote music': The Role of the Incongruent Soundtrack in the Representation of the Cinematic Criminal; D.Ireland / Criminal Publication and Victorian Prefaces: Suspending Disbelief in Sensation Fiction; M.Effron / PART III: CONSTRUCTING SOCIAL IDENTITIES AND WRONGDOINGS / Crime through a Corpus: The Linguistic Construction of Offenders in the British Press; U.Tabbert / Popular Faces of Crime in Spain; A.Sinclair / Reinventing the Badman in Jamaican Fiction and Film; L.Evans / Neurotecs: Detectives, Disability and Cognitive Exceptionality in Contemporary Fiction; S.Murray / PART IV: CONSTRUCTING GENDERED CRIME / Engendering Violence: Textual and Sexual Torture in Val McDermid's The Mermaids Singing; K.Watson / Life of Crime: Feminist Crime/Life Writing in Sara Paretsky, Writing in an Age of Silence, P.D. James, Time to be in Earnest: A Fragment of Autobiography, and Val McDermid, A Suitable Job for a Woman: Inside the World of Women Private Eyes; C.Beyer / Understanding Aileen Wuornos: Pushing the Limits of Empathy; M.Koolen / Notes / Index March 2012 Hardback

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Policing in Latin America and Beyond

December 2011 288pp Hardback £57.50

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Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice in the Americas

Crime, Governance and Existential Predicaments

Edited by Anita KaluntaCrumpton, Associate Professor, Texas Southern University, USA

This book examines race, ethnicity, crime and criminal justice in the Americas and moves beyond the traditional focus on North America to incorporate societies in Central America, South America and the Caribbean. Contents: List of Tables and Figures / Foreword / Acknowledgements / Notes on Contributors / PART I: NORTH AMERICA / Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice in Canada; S.Wortley & A.Owusu-Bempah / Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice in the United States; A.Kalunta-Crumpton & K.Ejiogu / PART II: LATIN AMERICA / Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice in Cuba: A Commentary; J.Palombo / Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice in Argentina; DMiguez / Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice in Brazil; M.Harris / Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice in Colombia; F.Giraldo / Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice in Mexico; G.Ferreyra-Orozco / PART III: THE CARIBBEAN / Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice in Jamaica; L. Henry, M.Dawkins & C.Gibson / Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice in Trinidad and Tobago; D.Johnson & T.Kochel / PART IV: CONCLUSION / In Conclusion: Comparative Assessment of Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice in the Americas; A.Kalunta-Crumpton / Bibliography / Index January 2012 Hardback

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Edited by James HardieBick, Lecturer in Sociology and Ronnie Lippens, Professor in Sociology, both at Keele University, UK

This collection focuses on the existential predicaments and choices that underpin current debates and developments in the governance of crime and criminal justice and argues for the relevance of existentialist thought for enhancing a critical and philosophically inspired criminological imagination. Contents: Notes on Contributors / Introduction; J.Hardie-Bick & R.Lippens / Goffman, Existentialism and Criminology; J.Hardie-Bick & P.Hadfield / Subjectivation as Problem and Project: Is there an Existentialist Motif in Foucault?; C.Messner / Vengeance and Furies: Existential Dilemmas in Penal Decision Making; S.Green / Total Institutions and the Last Human Freedom; J.Hardie-Bick / Existential Predicaments and Constabulary Ethics; D.O’Rourke & J.Sheptycki / Heidegger, Restorative Justice and Desistance: A Phenomenological Perspective; D.Polizzi / Crime, Harm and Responsibility; D.Crewe / Mystical Sovereignty and the Emergence of Control Society; R.Lippens / Index November 2011 216pp Hardback £55.00

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Crime and Corruption in New Democracies The Politics of (In)Security Jon Moran, Reader in Criminal Justice, University of Wolverhampton, UK

One of the dark sides to democratization can be crime and corruption. This book looks at the way political liberalization affects these practices in a number of ways whilst also challenging some of the scare stories about democracy. The book also brings the politics of power back into an examination of corruption. Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction / Democratization and the Decentralization of Crime and Corruption / Democratization and Political Corruption: Bringing Politics Back In / Learning to Live Without Fear: Organised Crime and Democratization / Violent Democracies: Cycles of Crime, Politics and Violence  / Legacies of Violence: Murder and Violent Crime in El Salvador and Guatemala / State Collapse, Democratization and Informal Power in Iraq / Conclusion / Bibliography / Index October 2011 Hardback

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Paedophiles in Society Reflecting on Sexuality, Abuse and Hope Sarah D. Goode, Honorary Research Fellow and Convenor, University of Winchester, UK Foreword by Deborah Donavon Ride

‘Absolutely stunning nothing like it anywhere. Sarah’s work contains both a wealth of information (unique in its reach and solidity) and a balanced sanity and subtlety of thinking. She provides a careful investigation of a range of issues that ordinarily never have a chance to settle, much less present a clear pattern, before they are scattered in gusts of self-righteous hysteria. Absolutely wonderful, powerhouse work.’ - James Kincaid, author of, Child-Loving: The Erotic Child and Victorian Literature and Erotic Innocence: The Culture of Child Molesting Based on original research with self-identified paedophiles in the community, this book challenges assumptions and destroys the sacred cows of both radical and conservative thinking on paedophilia and sexuality. Offering a humane and inspiring vision, the book goes beyond previous thinking to develop an inclusive new approach.

Probation and Social Work on Trial

International Crime in the 20th Century

Violent Offenders and Child Abusers

The League of Nations Era, 1919-1939

Wendy Fitzgibbon, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, London Metropolitan University, UK

‘A powerful and incisive analysis of some of the main changes in Probation and Children’s Social Work over the last forty years, together with a clear appraisal of the current challenges.’ - Nigel Parton, NSPCC Professor in Applied Childhood Studies, University of Huddersfield, UK ‘Utilising extensive experience as both a practitioner and academic researcher and many interviews with senior probation and social work staff, Dr Fitzgibbon clarifies the complex, changing links between the media, politicians and caring professions manifested by recent failures to supervise dangerous offenders in the community and protect the vulnerable.’ - Kevin Stenson, Professor, School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research, University of Kent, UK This topical book uses the recent Dano Sonnex and Baby Peter cases to analyze the problems facing both probation and child protection under conditions of economic recession and public spending cuts.

Contents: Foreword by Deborah Donovan Rice / Preface / Acknowledgements / Encountering Paedophiles in Society / Encountering Paedophiles on the Internet / Encountering Paedophiles in Popular Culture / ‘Early Sexual Growth and Activity’: The Influence of Kinsey / Studies on Adult Sexual Contact with Children / Paedophiles and Adult Male Sexuality / Epilogue: Living with Paedophiles in Society and Finding Hope

Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction / Media Responses / Family, Community and Violence / Political Responses and Inquiries / The Demise of Probation and Social Service Practice / Conclusions / Bibliography / Index

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Paul Knepper, Senior Lecturer in Social Policy, University of Sheffield, UK

Between 1919 and 1939, crime received a prominent place on the international public agenda. This book explores the blueprint for twenty-first century international crime prevention - The League of Nations approach - which established institutions for confronting dangerous drugs, traffic in women and terrorist violence. August 2011 Hardback

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Key Concepts in Criminology and Criminal Justice Helena McFarquhar, Law Lecturer, Anglia Ruskin University, UK

This comprehensive explanation of the major concepts and theories involved in criminology and the criminal justice system offers not only a solid introduction to the subject, but is also a useful reference and revision aid. Organized alphabetically for ease of use, it focuses on the socio-scientific and legal perspectives of the disciplines. July 2011 Paperback

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Crime, Anti-Social Behaviour and Schools

Criminal Justice and Neoliberalism Emma Bell, Senior Lecturer in British Studies, University of Savoie, France

Edited by Carol Hayden, Professor in Applied Social Research, Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Portsmouth, UK and Denise Martin, Senior Lecturer, University of Brighton, UK

Foreword by Robert Reiner

‘A very readable, well written and useful starting point and summary of various aspects of the debate around the links between neoliberalism and punitiveness.’ - David Brown, Criminology and Criminal Justice

The behaviour and safety of children and young people in and around schools is a topic of worldwide concern. From school shootings and deaths on school premises to the everyday behaviour of young people in school, this book explores what is happening in schools in Britain and links it with evidence from elsewhere in the world. May 2011 Hardback

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Drug Policy Harmonization and the European Union Caroline Chatwin, Lecturer in Criminology, University of Kent, UK

This book explores the origins of the so-called ‘punitive turn’ in penal policy across Western nations over the past two decades. It demonstrates how the context of neoliberalism has informed penal policy-making and argues that it is ultimately neoliberalism which has led to the recent intensification of punishment. January 2011 Hardback

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Criminology, Deviance, and the Silver Screen The Fictional Reality and the Criminological Imagination Jon Frauley, Assistant Professor of Criminology, University of Ottawa, Canada

This text argues for the usefulness of fictional realities for criminological theorizing and analysis. It illustrates that a creative and critical social scientific practice requires craft norms rather than commercial norms that threaten to completely colonize higher education. January 2011 Hardback

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Exploring the illegal drug issue in international context, this booklooks at why harmonization has not already taken place at the European level. It considers the desirability and viability of harmonization, examines the conflict between repressive and liberal drug policies and applies a multi-level governance lens to the issue. April 2011 Hardback

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Studying Fraud as White Collar Crime Geoff Smith, Senior Lecturer, Mark Button, Reader, Les Johnston, formerly Professor of Criminology and Director of Research, all at Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Portsmouth, UK and Kwabena Frimpong, Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University, UK

Despite efforts to tackle fraud and white collar crime, they still thrive in our society. This book explores the themes, theories and issues that are essential for understanding these crimes, using extensive examples drawn from recent events. This is an ideal guide to the changing landscape of fraud for students of Criminology and Sociology. Contents: Introduction: The Study of Fraud / PART I: FRAUD IN CONTEXT / Defining Fraud / The Extent of Fraud / Why do People Commit Fraud? / The Politics of Fraud / PART II: TACKLING FRAUD / Preventing Fraud / Investigating Fraud / Prosecuting and Regulating Fraud / PART III: CASE STUDIES IN FRAUD / Very Common Fraud: The Case of the Insurance Fiddle / Social Security Fraud / Transnational Fraud / Final Reflections November 2010 264pp Hardback £60.00 Paperback £20.99

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Critical Criminological Perspectives

Prisons, Punishment and the Pursuit of Security Deborah Drake, Lecturer in Criminology, Social Policy Department, The Open University, UK

Series Editors: Reece Walters and Deborah Drake The Palgrave Critical Criminological Perspectives book series aims to showcase the importance of critical criminological thinking when examining problems of crime, social harm and criminal and social justice. Critical perspectives have been instrumental in creating new research agendas and areas of criminological interest. By challenging state defined concepts of crime and rejecting positive analyses of criminality, critical criminological approaches continually push the boundaries and scope of criminology, creating new areas of focus and developing new ways of thinking about, and responding to, issues of social concern at local, national and global levels. Recent years have witnessed a flourishing of critical criminological narratives and this series seeks to capture the original and innovative ways that these discourses are engaging with contemporary issues of crime and justice.

Transgressive Imaginations Crime, Deviance and Culture Maggie O’Neill, Reader in Criminology and Lizzie Seal, Lecturer in Criminology, both at Durham University, UK

This book focuses upon the breaking of rules and taboos involved in ‘doing crime’, including violent crime as represented in fictive texts and ethnographic research. It includes chapters on topics of urgent contemporary interest such as asylum seekers, sex work, serial killers, school shooters, crimes of poverty and understandings of ‘madness’.

Drawing on research in men’s long-term, maximum-security prisons, this book examines three interconnected problems: the tendency of the prison to obscure other social problems and conceal its own failings, the pursuit of greater levels of human security through repressive and violent means and the persistence of the belief in the problem of ‘evil’. Contents: Demythologising the Prison and its Uses / The Growing Hegemony of Imprisonment / Establishing LongTerm, Maximum-Security Imprisonment in England / A State of Security in Maxmimum-Security Prisons / LongTerm, Maximum-Security Punishment / Constituting Security in the Penal and Social Realms / Duplicity, Violent Crime of Criminal ‘Justice’ and the Problem with Punishment / Making the Unthinkable Thinkable May 2012 Hardback

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Fraud, Corruption and Sport Graham Brooks, Senior Lecturer in Fraud and Corruption, Azeem Aleem, Principal Lecturer in Risk and Security and Mark Button, Reader, Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, all at University of Portsmouth, UK

Crime Prevention and Security Management Series Editor: Martin Gill

Offers historical and contemporary international analysis of corruption in sport with a particular focus on the influence of betting on sponsorship and management. Influences such as these have opened up new avenues to sport stars, managers and referees. The book analyzes all those involved in contemporary sport and the challenges they face.

Policing and Security in Practice

Contents: Introduction / PART I: FRAUD, CORRUPTION AND SPORT IN CONTEXT / Defining Fraud and Corruption in Sport / The Extent of Fraud and Corruption in Sport / Why do Those in Sport Commit Fraud? / Internet Fraud, Corruption and Sport / PART II: KEY BODIES, ENFORCEMENT AND GOVERNANCE / Fraud and Corruption in Soccer / Fraud and Corruption in Cricket / Fraud and Corruption in Horse Racing / Fraud and Corruption in Basketball / Fraud and Corruption in Boxing / Fraud and Corruption in Baseball / Overview and Final Reflections

This volume addresses critical questions about how to achieve the best outcomes from police and security providers by reviewing and critiquing the scientific literature and identifying best practice guidelines.

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Challenges and Achievements Tim Prenzler, Professor and Chief Investigator, Australian National Research Council Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security, Griffith University, Australia

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Accounts of Offending Behaviour

This book explores the accounts given by whitecollar crime offenders to defend their criminal behaviour in order to preserve their characters and social standing.

Edited by Martin Gill, Professor of Criminology, University of Leicester, UK; Director of Perpetuity Research and Consultancy International (PRCI)

'If a security manager who seeks some academic or other qualification, or wants to think about his profession, has one book on the shelf, it should be this one.’ - Mark Rowe, Professional Security This text is essential reading for all those engaged with the security world. Split into five parts, it begins with the study of security as a discipline. It then looks at crime in organizations and analyzes the various sub-sectors of security. A section on management issues precedes the final section looking at issues that impact security. 704pp £97.00

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Joshua Bamfield, Centre for Retail Research, UK

An interdisciplinary study of retail crime as a cultural phenomenon, drawing on economics, criminology and management to present a comprehensive explanation for the growth in retail thefts. This topical study explores crime prevention as a management issue, using criminomics, a concept based on commercial realities rather than maximising arrests. Contents: Introduction / Shopping and Offending / Shopper and Shoplifter / How Shoplifters Shop the Store / The Crime of Theft: How Much is Stolen? / Theft by Employees / The Politics of Retail Crime Prevention / Sanctions Against Retail Crime / The Roles of Loss Prevention / Managing Loss Prevention / Conclusions April 2012 Hardback

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Balancing Liberty and Security Human Rights, Human Wrongs Kate Moss, Reader in Law, School of Legal Studies, Wolverhampton University, UK

Janice Goldstraw-White, Goldstraw-White Associates

The Handbook of Security

July 2006 Hardback

Shopping and Crime

Examining the erosion of people’s democratic rights and the potential catastrophic dangers of neglecting civil liberties, this book explores the endemic danger of the enlarged power of the state and the central role of Government in undermining personal freedoms through the use of state force in the name of the protection of security. October 2011 Hardback

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Crime Prevention, Security and Community Safety Using the 5Is Framework Paul Ekblom, Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, University of the Arts London, UK

The potential of crime prevention, security and community safety is constrained by implementation failure. This book presents a carefully-designed system of good practice, the 5Is, which handles the complexities of real world prevention, this aims to improve the performance of prevention, and advance process evaluation. November 2010 360pp Hardback £58.00

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Transnational Crime, Crime Control and Security Series Editors: Anastassia Tsoukala and James Sheptycki

Security, Surveillance and the Olympic Games Edited by Vida Bajc, Assistant Professor, Methodist University in Fayetteville, USA

Analyses the relationship between the Olympic Games, with its ethos of openness and collectivism, and the security concerns and surveillance technologies becoming increasingly prevalent in the organization of public events. Chapters examine how each state has dealt differently with perceived threats, proposing a theory of security as meta-ritual. August 2012 Hardback

272pp £55.00

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Organized Crime, Political Transitions and State Formation in Post-Soviet Eurasia Alexander Kupatadze, Hoffman Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, George Washington University, USA

Based on over one hundred and thirty interviews with criminals, law enforcement officials and government representatives from post-Soviet Georgia, Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan, this book situates organized crime in the debate on state formation and examines the diverging patterns in organized crime following the aftermath of these countries’ Coloured Revolutions. January 2012 Hardback

272pp £55.00

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Globalization, Fear and Insecurity The Challenges for Cities North and South

Globalization and Borders Death at the Global Frontier Leanne Weber, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University of New South Wales, Australia and Sharon Pickering, Associate Professor, Criminal Justice and Criminology, Monash University, Australia

Sophie Body-Gendrot, Emeritus Professor, University of the Sorbonne, France; Researcher, Cesdip/ CNRS

Fear is ingrained in the history of cities but our short-sightedness prevents us from grasping its evolution over time. Increasingly, risk and fear are experienced, portrayed and discussed as globalized phenomena, particularly since 9/11. This research puts urban insecurity in perspective, with a comparison of world cities in the North and South. April 2012 Hardback Paperback

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This book analyzes the political and material conditions driving contemporary border control policies and discusses the processes that mediate popular and official understandings of border-related fatalities. November 2011 264pp Hardback £55.00

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criminology... • globalization, nationalism and comparative sociology

Transnational Policing and Sex Trafficking in Southeast Europe

Globalization, Nationalism and Comparative Sociology

Policing the Imperialist Chain

The Politics of Home

Georgios Papanicolaou, Lecturer in Criminology, University of Teesside, UK

Mounting a vigorous critique on existing approaches to transnational policing, this book lays out an argument situating transnational policing within contemporary transformations of the capitalist state and imperialism, looking at the particular case of regional police cooperation against sex trafficking in Southeast Europe. May 2011 Hardback

256pp £58.00

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Jan Willem Duyvendak, Full Professor of General Sociology, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

‘Duyvendak cleverly dissects the idea of home at very different levels, and different continents, weaving together strands of sociology that are usually kept far apart.' - Professor Jasper, Graduate Center of the City University of New York, USA This book examines ideas of ‘home’ of Americans and Western Europeans under the influence of the two major revolutions of our times: the gender revolution and increased mobility due to globalization. It analyzes how ‘home’ has been politicized, as well as alternative home-making strategies that aim to transcend the ‘logic of identities’.

July 2011 Hardback Paperback

168pp £60.00 £19.99

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The Significance of Nationhood in an Uncertain World Michael Skey, Senior Lecturer, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of East London, UK

Belonging and Nostalgia in Europe and the United States

Contents: Introduction / A Homesick World? / Why Feeling at Home Matters / Losing Home at Home: When Men and Women Feel More at Home at Work / New Ways of Home-making: Feeling at Home in the Community? / Feeling at Home in the Nation? Understanding Dutch Nostalgia / Conclusion: Inclusive Ways of Feeling at Home? / Bibliography

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'In this clearly and engagingly written study, Michael Skey explores the often neglected traces of nationalist thinking found in everyday speech, and so provides an important reminder of the distance of much abstract writing about cosmopolitanism from daily experience.' - Nick Couldry, Professor of Media and Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK This book analyses the current debates around national identity and multiculturalism by addressing three key questions; why do so many people treat as common sense the idea that they live in and belong to nations? And, why, and for whom, might this idea be significant, notably in an era of increasing global uncertainty? Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction: What’s Going On? / Theorising National Discourse / ‘Football, Tea and Racism’: Talking With and About the Nation / ‘Aggressively Defensive’: Managing Perceived Threats to the Nation / ‘We Knew Who we Were’: Ecstatic Nationalism and Social Solidarity / ‘It Broadens our Horizons’: Are We all Cosmopolitan Now? / Conclusions / Bibliography / Endnotes October 2011 Hardback

216pp £55.00

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Symbols of Nations and Nationalism Celebrating Nationhood Gabriella Elgenius, Fellow, Nuffield College, University of Oxford, UK

Providing an original perspective on the construction of nations and national identities, this book examines national symbols and ceremonies, arguing that, far from being just superficial or decorative, they are in fact an integral part of nation building, maintenance and change. Contents: Preface and Acknowledgements / Introduction / The Symbolic Construction and Authentication of Boundaries / National Flags: Religion, Revolution and Rivalry / National Flags and the Flagging of Nations / National Days, Celebrations and Commemorations / National Days Design: Towards a Typology of Successful National Days / Symbolic Regimes and Nation-building / Bibliography / Index August 2011 Hardback

248pp £55.00

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Cultural Globalization and Music

Globalization and the Nation State

African Artists in Transnational Networks

2nd edition

Nadia Kiwan, Lecturer in French and Francophone Studies, University of Aberdeen, UK and Ulrike Hanna Meinhof, Professor in German and Cultural Studies, School of Modern Languages, University of Southampton, UK

This book is about South-North, North-South relations between Africa and Europe, presenting the personal narratives of musicians in different locations across Africa and Europe, and those of the people who constitute their networks within the wider artistic, cultural, and civil society milieus of globalizing societies. April 2011 Hardback

288pp £58.00

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Narratives of Place, Belonging and Language An Intercultural Perspective Máiréad Nic Craith, Research Professor, University of Ulster, UK

Examining identity in relation to globalization and migration, this book uses narratives and memoirs from contemporary authors who have lived ‘in-between’ two or more languages. It explores the human desire to find one’s ‘own place’ in new cultural contexts, and looks at the role of language in shaping a sense of belonging in society. January 2012 Hardback

216pp £50.00

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Robert J. Holton, Emeritus Professor and Fellow, Trinity College, Republic of Ireland

'This is, quite simply, a fantastic book. It intelligently and comprehensively covers the key academic debates around globalization, and is one of the few texts that finds the right balance between academic rigor and undergraduate accessibility.' - Salvatore Babones, Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Social Policy, The University of Sydney, Australia '...invaluable to students.' - Chris Rumford, Professor in Political Sociology and Global Politics, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK This new edition provides a clear discussion of the debates and concepts defining globalization with a unique focus on the nation state. Updated with fresh examples and cutting-edge topics, from Apple’s latest technologies to human rights, this book offers a fresh look at globalization for students and scholars alike. Contents: Introduction to Second Edition / The Long History of Globalization / The Global Economy / Is the Nation-State Finished? / Global Governance: Towards a Global Polity? / Nationalism and Ethnicity in a Globalizing World / Globalization and Culture? / Conclusion May 2011 Hardback Paperback

256pp £60.00 £22.99

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Theorizing Global Studies Darren J O’Byrne, Principal Lecturer in Sociology and Human Rights and Alexander Hensby, formerly Lecturer in Social Science, both at Roehampton University, UK; PhD Researcher, University of Edinburgh, UK

'Theorizing Global Studies is an excellent book. All the major theoretical frames, concepts and issues are addressed, and the book provides an excellent resource for readers on the many different theoretical perspectives on globality, globalization and globalism.' - Richard Harris, Emeritus Professor of Global Studies, California State University, USA Introducing eight models of global change, this book explains, challenges and redefines the core theories used in global studies today. Using fascinating case studies to illustrate how each model works in practice, the chapters look at society, culture, politics and economics. This book gives students a solid understanding of current global conditions. Contents: Introduction / Globalization / Liberalization / Polarization / Americanization / McDonaldization / Creolization / Transnationalization / Balkanization / Conclusion April 2011 Hardback Paperback

208pp £60.00 £20.99

Local Lives and Global Transformations Towards World Society Paul Kennedy, Reader in Sociology and Global Studies, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

How does globalization impact upon our personal lives? What are its boundaries? This book examines how local and global studies interact. Filled with case studies and empirical research that show the ways in which real local lives function under global conditions, this book helps students push the boundaries of their understanding of globalization. December 2009 312pp Hardback £60.00 Paperback £21.99

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Globalization A Critical Introduction 2nd revised and updated edition

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Jan Aart Scholte, Professor of Politics and International Studies; Co-Director, Centre for the Study of Globalization and Regionalization, University of Warwick, UK

Frontiers of Globalization Series Editor: Jan Nederveen Pieterse The series welcomes contributions to global studies that are innovative in topic, approach or theoretical framework. Amid the fin-de-regime of the millenium, with globalization in the throes of dramatic changes, the series will cater to the growing interest in educational and study material on contemporary globalization and its ramifications.

Globalization and Emerging Societies Development and Inequality
 Edited by Jan Nederveen Pieterse, Professor, University of Illinois, USA and Boike Rehbein, Director; Associate Professor, University of Freiburg, Germany

In the setting of twenty-first century globalization this volume focuses on emerging societies, rather than emerging markets or powers. Adopting a sociological perspective, each chapter focuses on development and social inequality in emerging societies, with contributions from renowned international scholars. October 2011 Paperback

272pp £19.99

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A systematically revised and updated new edition of a highly acclaimed text which was an immediate bestseller on courses around the world. The second edition takes a broader perspective giving increased coverage of other dimensions of globalization alongside its core focus on the rise of supraterritoriality which, the author argues, is globalization’s most distinctive feature. August 2005 Paperback

520pp £26.99

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Globalization and Inequality in Emerging Societies Edited by Boike Rehbein, Director; Associate Professor, University of Freiburg, Germany

This volume studies the relation between globalization and inequalities in emerging societies by linking Area and Global Studies, aiming at a new theory of inequality beyond the nation state and beyond Eurocentrism. October 2011 Hardback

296pp £55.00

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Migration and Refugee Studies

International Migration & Social Theory Karen O’Reilly, Professor of Sociology, Loughborough University, UK

Affecting millions across the globe every day, international migration encompasses a wide range of issues, from individual upheaval to intervention policy. Examining how migration has been theorized and using empirical examples to explore hot topics, this book shows how migration cuts to the heart of notions of identity, home and belonging. Contents: Introduction / Practice Theory: A Framework for International Migration Research / Theories and Perspectives in Migration / Lifestyle Migration: British Migration to Spain's Coastal Areas / Labour Migration: Mexican Labour Migration to the United States / Domestic Labour Migration: Filipina Domestic Labour Migration to Hong Kong / Refugees and Forced Migration: Refugee Children in the United Kingdom / Conclusion May 2012 Hardback Paperback

192pp £60.00 £21.99

Ethnic, Racial and Religious Inequalities The Perils of Subjectivity Marie Macey, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, and Alan H Carling, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, both at University of Bradford, UK

This book challenges some of the most basic assumptions underpinning the growing interest in religion, including: that religion is increasing and secularisation is decreasing and that religion is the main component of identity for all minority ethnic people. November 2010 232pp Hardback £58.00

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A Sociology of Immigration

Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship

(Re)making Multifaceted America Ewa Morawska, Professor of Sociology, University of Essex, UK

Series Editors: Robin Cohen and Zig Layton-Henry

This book proposes a new theoretical framework for the study of immigration. It examines four major issues informing current sociological studies of immigration: mechanisms and effects of international migration, processes of immigrants’ assimilation and transnational engagements, and the adaptation patterns of the second generation. August 2011 Paperback

304pp £19.99

Citizenship, Belonging and Intergenerational Relations in African Migration Edited by Claudine Attias-Donfut, Director, Department of Ageing Research, CNAV, France Joanne Cook, Research Assistant, Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield, UK, Jaco Hoffman, Research Fellow, Oxford Institute of Ageing, Oxford University, UK and Louise Waite, Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Leeds, UK

Military Migrants Vron Ware, The Open University, UK

This book presents a study of the British Army as one of the country’s most important and symbolic national institutions. Asking questions about British culture, nationalism and history, the book will enrich public discussion about the impact of war on UK society since the start of the 21st century.

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Contents: Preface / Introduction / For Queen and Commonwealth / PART I / The Race to Recruit / The Promised Land / PART II / Culture Shock / Keeping the Faith / PART III / Crossing the Line / The Force of the Law / PART IV / Like Coming to Mars / Caught in the Crossfire / Conclusion / Militarised Multiculture / Notes / Index August 2012 Hardback

328pp £55.00

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Islam, Migration and Integration The Age of Securitization Ayhan Kaya, Associate Professor of Politics; Director of the European Institute, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey

This work, now in paperback, explores contemporary debates on migration and integration, focussing on Euro-Muslims. It critically engages with republicanist and multiculaturalist policies of integration and claims that integration means more than cultural and linguistic assimilation of migrant communities. August 2012 Paperback

264pp £19.99

This book explores migration experiences of African families across two generations in Britain, France and South Africa. Global processes of African migration are investigated, and the lived experiences of African migrants are explored in areas such as citizenship, belonging, intergenerational transmission, work and social mobility. April 2012 Hardback

224pp £55.00

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Migrant Activism and Integration from Below in Ireland Edited by Ronit Lentin, Senior Lecturer and Elena Moreo, Research Assistant, both at Trinity College Dublin, Republic of Ireland

This book analyzes the interaction between migrant activists and leaders and the state of the Republic of Ireland - a late player in Europe’s immigration regime - against the background of an increasingly restrictive immigration regime. March 2012 Hardback

240pp £55.00

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Migrant Smuggling Irregular Migration from Asia and Africa to Europe Anna Triandafyllidou, Senior Research Fellow, Hellenic Foundation for European (ELIAMEP), Greece and Foreign Policy; Research Fellow and Thanos Maroukis, Research Fellow, both at Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Italy

This books explores the phenomenon of irregular migration, notably the organization and role of migrant smuggling networks in aiding irregular migration from Asia and Africa to Europe. It also discusses how migration control policies in southern European countries shape the migrant smuggling phenomenon and the smuggling ‘business’. April 2012 Hardback

256pp £55.00

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Migration, Agency and Citizenship in Sex Trafficking

The Migration-Development Nexus

Rutvica Andrijasevic, Lecturer in Politics, Open University, UK

Edited by Thomas Faist, Professor of Transnational Relations and Sociology Department, Margit Fauser, Lecturer and Researcher, both at Faculty of Sociology, Bielefeld University, Germany and Peter Kivisto, Richard Swanson Professor of Social Thought; Professor and Chair of Sociology, Augustana College, USA

November 2010 184pp Hardback £52.50

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Exclusion and Belonging in Europe Edited by Katrine Fangen, Senior Researcher, University of Oslo, Norway, Thomas Johansson, Professor of Education and Nils Hammarén, Senior Lecturer both at University of Gothenburg, Sweden November 2011 232pp Hardback £55.00

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April 2011 Hardback

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Social Capital, Political Participation and Migration in Europe Making Multicultural Democracy Work?

Young Migrants

A Transnational Perspective

Edited by Laura Morales, Research Fellow, Institute of Social Change, University of Manchester, UK and Marco Giugni, Department of Political Science, University of Geneva, Switzerland March 2011 Hardback

328pp £58.00

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Migration and the New Technological Borders of Europe

The Politics of International Migration Management Martin Geiger, Research Fellow, The Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies, University of Osnabrück, Germany and Antoine Pécoud, Research Associate, Unité de Recherche Migrations et Société (URMIS), University of Paris VII, France; Migrations Internationales, Espaces et Sociétés (MIGRINTER), University of Poitiers, France; Migration Specialist, UNESCO, France October 2010 Hardback

320pp £58.00

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Edited by Huub Dijstelbloem, Senior Researcher, Scientific Council for Government Policy, The Hague, The Netherlands and Albert Meijer, Associate Professor, Utrecht School of Governance, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands February 2011 Hardback

208pp £52.50

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european studies

European Cosmopolitanism in Question

European Studies

Sociology of the European Union Edited by Adrian Favell, Professor of Sociology, Sciences Po, France, and Virginie Guiraudon, Research Professor, National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), University of Lille Nord de France

Written by an internationally renowned team of experts, this unique collection of essays gives a muchneeded sociological analysis of the European Union today. Integrating theory and empirical research, it assesses pertinent issues in a new light. This is an engaging exploration of a fascinating subject for all students and scholars interested in Europe. Contents: Introduction; A.Favell & V.Guiraudon / PART I: SOCIAL FOUNDATIONS / Social Class and Identity; J.D.Medrano / Social Mobility and Spatial Mobility; A.Favell & E.Recchi / Elites, Middle Classes and Cities; A.Andreotti & P.Le Gales  / Markets and Firms; N.Fligstein / PART II: POLITICS AND POLICIES / Mobilizations; V.Guiraudon / EU Politics; N.Kauppi / EU Policies; F.Mérand / Social Theory and European Integration; H.Trenz / Postface; G.Ross March 2011 Hardback Paperback

280pp £65.00 £23.99

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Europe, Nations and Modernity Edited by Atsuko Ichijo, Senior Researcher, Kingston University, UK

Edited by Roland Robertson, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of Aberdeen, UK and Anne Sophie Krossa, Lecturer in European Studies, Lancaster University, UK

'An outstanding book, and an exceptionally worthwhile contribution to the growing literature on cosmopolitanism.' - William Outhwaite, Professor of Sociology, Newcastle University, UK Including a stellar line-up of international scholars, this book is an ambitious analysis of cosmopolitanism that will push the debate into new arenas, open up new lines of inquiry and have an impact on the study of globalization and global processes for years to come. Contents: List of Tables / Introduction; A.Krossa & R.Robertson / Why European Cosmopolitanism?; A.Krossa / Some Comments on Cosmopolitanism and Europe; R.Holton / Cosmopolitanism in Social Theory: An Ambivalent Defense; D.Chernilo / Divided Time: Notes on Cosmopolitanism and the Theory of Second Modernity; A.Langenohl / Cosmopolitanism as a Concept for Tolerant Demarcation; J.Schraten / Cosmopolitan Liberalism and its Limits; C.Calhoun / Cosmopolitan Trends across World Regions: Discerning a European Exceptionalism; V.Roudometof & W.Haller / The Obama Effect: Confronting the Political and and the Cosmopolitics of the Real; P.Werbner / European Cosmopolitanism and the Global Field; R.Robertson / Bibliography / Index March 2012 Hardback Paperback

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Europe in a Global Context Series Editor: Anne Sophie Krossa http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=507659

This work offers a fresh perspective to the study of ‘Europe’ by placing the discussion of ‘What is Europe?’ and ‘What is it to be European?’, in a wider context of the study of modernity through a collection of nine case studies. October 2011 Hardback

248pp £55.00

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The European Union and its Crises Through the Eyes of the Brussels Elite George Ross, Jean Monnet Chair, University of Montreal, Canada

Based on interviews with some of the EU’s most important leaders, this book is designed to probe and elucidate what they think. The goal of the book is to find out whether they believe that the current period in the history of the European Union constitutes a ‘crisis,’ and if so, what kind of crisis is it? November 2011 224pp Hardback £55.00

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Europe in a Global Context Edited by Anne Sophie Krossa, Lecturer in European Studies, Lancaster University, UK

Rethinking familiar frameworks and exploring new perspectives, this book provides a much-needed analysis of European culture, society and politics in a global context. With contributors from across the social sciences, this book highlights key topics and assesses the open ended question of Europe’s place in a global age. Contents: Introduction; A.S. Krossa / PART I: CULTURE AND HISTORY / Introduction to Part I; C. Grocott & A.S. Krossa / Culture; K. Naglo & A. Waine / History; S.Barber / Ideology; C.Grocott / Philosophy; G.Williams / Literature; R.Cranshaw / Poltical Culture; M.Garnett / PART II: SOCIETY / Introduction to Part II; G.Williams & A.S.Krossa / Society; A.S.Krossa / Religion; L.Woodhead & R.Catto / Gender; T.Grimwood / Race and Ethnicity; A.Kallis / Language; K.Naglo / Law and Human Rights; I.Butler / PART III: POLITICS AND POLICY / Introduction to Part III ; G.Clark & A.S.Krossa / Governance; B.Jessop / Nation and State; B.Jessop / Region; G.Clark / Conflict; N.Caspersen / Migration; N.Gill / Social Policy; M.Beisyte August 2011 Hardback Paperback

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Political Sociology and the State

Citizens’ Initiatives in Europe Procedures and Consequences of Agenda-Setting by Citizens Edited by Maija Setälä, Academy Research Fellow, Department of Political Science, University of Turku, Finland and Theo Schiller, Emeritus Professor of Political Science, Department of Political Science, Philipps University, Germany

An exploration and analysis of the regulation and practices of citizens’ initiatives in eleven European democracies and the EU. The contributors to this volume shed light on how citizens’ initiatives influence patterns of political agenda-setting in representative democracies and how they can contribute to participatory democracy. March 2012 Hardback

256pp £57.50

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Practicing Democracy Local Activism and Politics in France and Finland Eeva Luhtakallio, Researcher, University of Helsinki, Finland

This book is about the mundane, local, every day practices that constitutes democracy. Focusing on France and Finland, the book defines politicization as the key process in understanding democracy in different cultural contexts and shows a nuanced picture of two opposite models of European politics. Contents: List of Tables / List of Photographs / Check-in / A Sociological Travelogue / Local Scenes of Global Action: Group Styles of Local Collective Action and the Place of Politics / Citizenship and Gender in Local Activism / Visual Frames of Representing the Local Society / Framing Democracy: Participation and Representation by Activists and Politicians / Justifying in the Local Public Sphere: Newspaper Representations of Encounters between Citizens and Cities / The Souvenirs: Politicization and Local Civic Practices in France and Finland / Methods Appendix / Data Appendix / Bibliography / Endnotes / Index

Challenges to Democracy in the 21st Century Series Editor: Hanspeter Kriesi

April 2012 Hardback

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Politics, Social Theory, Utopia and the World-System

Regimes of Social Cohesion

Arguments in Political Sociology

Andy Green, Reader in Education and Jan Germen Janmaat, Reader in Compararive Social Science, both at Institute of Education, University of London, UK

Chamsy el-Ojeili, Lecturer in Sociology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

This book surveys central issues and paradigms in contemporary political sociology, urging a recommitment to certain concepts and traditions for guidance in thinking and acting in the world. Contents: Introduction / On Sociology / Traditions and Concepts / Transformations / Ideologies and Utopias / Masses / Identities / Movements / Violence / Globalization / Equality / Concluding Reflections / Notes / Bibliography / Index January 2012 Hardback

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Societies and the Crisis of Globalization

In an original, and highly interdisciplinary, mixed method approach, Green and Janmaat identify four major traditions of social cohesion in developed societies, analyzing how these various mechanisms are withstanding the strains of the current global financial crisis. June 2011 Hardback

264pp £55.00

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Antimilitarism

Race and Ethnicity

Political and Gender Dynamics of Peace Movements Cynthia Cockburn, Visiting Professor and Honorary Professor, Department of Sociology, School of Social Sciences, City University London, UK; Honorary Professor, Centre for the Study of Women and Gender, University of Warwick, UK

A lively, first hand account of the ideas and activities of women and men in anti-war, antimilitarist and peace movements. The author looks at the tensions and divergences in and between organizations, and their potential for cohering into a powerful worldwide counter-hegemonic movement for violence reduction. March 2012 Hardback Paperback

304pp £60.00 £19.99

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Body, Nation, and Narrative in the Americas Kristin E. Pitt, Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA

This book contextualizes twenty-first century representations of disappearance, torture, and detention within a historical framework of interAmerican narratives. Examining a range of sources, Pitt finds a persistent focus on the body that links contemporary practices of political terror to concerns about corporality and sovereignty. January 2011 Hardback

220pp £55.00

234x156mm 978-0-230-10713-7

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Interculturalism: The New Era of Cohesion and Diversity Ted Cantle, Director, The Cohesion Institute, UK

Interculturalism is a new concept for managing community relations in a world defined by globalization and super diversity. This book argues that as all countries become more multicultural a new framework of interculturalism is needed to mediate these relationships and that this will require new systems of governance to support it. Contents: Introduction / Globalization and 'Super Diversity' / The 'Failure' of Multiculturalism / The Advent of Community Cohesion / Segregation and Integration / Interculturalism / Positive Interculturalism: A New Perspective for National and International Relations, Identities and Governance July 2012 Hardback Paperback

256pp £60.00 £19.99

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Whiteness, Class and the Legacies of Empire On Home Ground Katharine Tyler, Lecturer in Race & Ethnicity, Department of Sociology, University of Surrey, UK

This book explores why it is white ethnicity has been rendered invisible, arguing that contemporary people’s conceptions of themselves are conditioned by, and derive from, the unknown and forgotten legacy of a colonial past that cannot be confined to the past. Contents: Acknowledgements / Frameworks, Fieldworks and Inspirations / PART I: WHITE AMNESIA: WHITE MIDDLE CLASS ETHNICITIES / BrAsian ‘Invasion’ of White Suburban English Village Life / The Racialisation of the Country, the City and the Forgetting of Empire / PART II: CONFRONTING COLONIALITY: WHITE WORKING CLASS ETHNICITIES / The Questioning of Racism in a Former Mining Town / Neighbourhood Activism and the Ambiguities of Anti-Racism in the City / PART III: POSTCOLONIAL GENEALOGIES / Slave Ancestries and the Inheritance of Interracial Identities / The Co-existence of Whiteness, Social Class and Coloniality in Britain and the United States of America / Notes / Bibliography / Index March 2012 Hardback

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Community Cohesion A New Framework for Race and Diversity 2nd edition, revised and updated Ted Cantle, Director, The Cohesion Institute, UK

Ted Cantle updates his concept of community cohesion, which critiques multicultural policies and offers a compelling alternative to community relations, which has been widely adopted in the UK. Revised in light of recent research, and now incorporating discussion on segregation and faith concerns. September 2008 280pp Paperback £21.99

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Rethinking Multiculturalism Cultural Diversity and Political Theory 2nd edition Bhikhu Parekh, Professor of Political Philosophy, University of Westminster, UK

Reviews of first edition: ‘[An] excellent book... admirable and enlightening and continuously insightful...' - Charles Taylor, Ethnicities '[A] thoughtful and serious investigation into the timely problem of practical living in a multicultural society.' - Meghnad Desai, Times Higher Education Supplement Bhikhu Parekh shows that the Western tradition of political philosophy has very limited theoretical resources to cope with cultural diversity. He then discusses how it can be revised and what new conceptual tools are needed. The core of the book addresses the important theoretical questions raised by contemporary multicultural society, especially the nature and limits of intercultural equality and fairness, national identity, citizenship, and cross-cultural political discourse. The new second edition includes a substantial additional chapter addressing key issues. Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction / Moral Monism / Forms of Pluralism / Contemporary Liberal Responses to Diversity / Conceptualising Culture / Reconstituting the Modern State / The Political Structure of Multicultural Society / Equality in a Multicultural Society / Logic of Intercultural Evaluation / Politics, Religion and Free Speech / Conclusion / A Response to My Critics / Bibliography October 2005 Paperback

424pp £24.99

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The Politics of Race and Ethnicity in the United States

‘Race’, Culture and the Right to the City

Americanization, De-Americanization, and Racialized Ethnic Groups

Centres, Peripheries, Margins Gareth Millington, Senior Lecturer, Roehampton University, UK

Sherrow O. Pinder, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Multicultural and Gender Studies, California State University, USA

Adopting a perspective inspired by Henri Lefebvre, this book considers the spread of multiculture from the central city to the periphery and considers the role that ‘race’ continues to play in structuring the metropolis, taking London, New York and Paris as examples.

The purpose of this book is to examine and analyze Americanization, De-Americanization, and racialized ethnic groups in America and consider the questions: who is an American? And what constitutes American identity and culture? November 2011 258pp Hardback £52.50

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Chicana/o Subjectivity and the Politics of Identity

October 2011 Hardback

256pp £55.00

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Between Recognition and Revolution Carlos Gallego, Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Arizona, USA

This book traces the influence of Hegel’s theory of recognition on different literary representations of Chicano/a subjectivity, with the aim of demonstrating how the identity thinking characteristic of Hegel’s theory is unwillingly reinforced even in subjects that are represented as rebelling against liberal-humanist ideologies. October 2011 Hardback

260pp £55.00

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The New Black History Revisiting the Second Reconstruction Edited by Manning Marable, formerly Professor of Public Affairs, Political Science, History and African-American Studies and Elizabeth Kai Hinton, Doctoral Candidate in History, both at Columbia University, USA

The New Black History anthology presents cuttingedge scholarship on key issues that define African American politics, life, and culture, especially during the Civil Rights and Black Power eras. The volume includes articles by both established scholars and a rising generation of young scholars. October 2011 Hardback Paperback

336pp £58.00 £17.99

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Black Subjects in Africa and Its Diasporas

Living Fanon

Internal Racism

Global Perspectives

A Psychoanalytic Approach to Race and Difference

Race and Gender in Research and Writing

Edited by Nigel Gibson, Director of the Honors Program, Emerson College, UK; he is one of the leading scholars of the work of Frantz Fanon, and the author of Rethinking Fanon: The Continuing Dialogue

Edited by Benjamin Talton, Assistant Professor of History, Temple University, USA and Quincy T. Mills, Assistant Professor of History, Vassar College, USA

Through the research and experiences of sixteen scholars whose native homes span ten countries, this collection shifts the discussion of belonging and affinity within Africa and its diaspora toward local perceptions and the ways in which these notions are asserted or altered. Contents: Race, Gender and the Research Subject: An Introduction; B.Talton & Q.T.Mills / Researching while Black: Interrogating and Navigating Boundaries of Belonging in the Andes; S.Busdiecker / Posing as Subject: Compromise and the Art of Access in Trinidad; H.Neptune / Translating Hybrid Cultures: Quandaries of an Indian-Australian Ethnographer in Cuba; S.Fernandes / Where to Find Black Identity in Buenos Aires; J.Anderson / ‘You Don’t Look Groomed’: Rethinking Black Barber Shops as Public Spaces in the United States; Q.T.Mills / The ‘Dark Sheep’ of the Atlantic World: Following the Transnational Trail of Blacks to Canada; D.J.Broyld / The Strange Life of Lusotropicalism in Luanda: On Race, Nationality and Sexuality in Angola; J.Krug / Quenching the Thirst for Data: Beer, Local Connections and Fieldwork in Ghana; B.Talton / (African-) American Woman Outsider: Nationality, Race and Gender in Field Research in Mozambique; F.Henderson / Mamatoma ‘The Chief’s Namesake’: Strategies for Research and Belonging in Sierra Leone; L.R.Day August 2011 Hardback

224pp £55.00

Frantz Fanon has influenced generations of activists and scholars. His life’s work continues to be debated and discussed around the world. This book is an event: an international, interdisciplinary collection of debates and interventions by leading scholars and intellectuals from Africa, Europe and the United States. August 2011 Hardback Paperback

266pp £55.00 £19.99

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Digesting Race, Class, and Gender Sugar as a Metaphor Ivy Ken, Assistant Professor of Sociology, George Washington University, USA

This book uses new imagery - the metaphor of sugar - to highlight how race, class, and gender are produced, used, experienced, and ‘digested’ in our human and institutional bodies. January 2011 Hardback

184pp £54.00

M. Fakhry Davids, Psychoanalyst in Private Practice, UK

An in-depth account of how racism operates in the mind, this book links vivid clinical observation with theory and research to present an original model of the psychology of racism. Covering key issues, from internal and institutional racism to the Stephen Lawrence case, the book illuminates key issues for practitioners from all approaches. Contents: Introduction / PART I: INTERNAL RACISM / Clinical Study of a Racist Attack / Theory / Established Racist Organisations / Analysing Racism in a Group / PART II: PSYCHOANALYSIS AND RACISM / Frantz Fanon’s Contribution / Psychoanalysis and Racism: AntiSemitism / White-Black Racism / PART III: APPLICATIONS / Institutional Racism / Concluding Remarks June 2011 Paperback

272pp £21.99

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race and ethnicity Palgrave Politics of Identity and Citizenship Series Series Editors: Varun Uberoi and Tariq Modood The politics of identity and citizenship has assumed increasing importance as our polities have become significantly more culturally, ethnically and religiously diverse. Different types of scholars, including philosophers, sociologists, political scientists and historians make contributions to this field and this series showcases a variety of innovative contributions to it. Focusing on a range of different countries, and utilizing the insights of different disciplines, the series helps to illuminate an increasingly controversial area of research and titles in it will be of interest to a number of audiences including scholars, students and other interested individuals.

Global Migration, Ethnicity and Britishness Edited by Tariq Modood, Director, University Research Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship, University of Bristol, UK and John Salt, Professor of Geography, University College London, UK

Exploring some of the most topical issues around migration and integration in relation to Britain, this book examines people smuggling and the elite labour migration that is becoming a feature of Britain. It also examines the concepts of social capital, social cohesion and Britishness that are being used to critique multiculturalism. March 2011 Hardback

304pp £58.00

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Fairness, Class and Belonging in Contemporary England Katherine Smith, Rsearch Fellow, University of Surrey, UK

Ethnic Citizenship Regimes Europeanization, Post-war Migration and Redressing Past Wrongs Aleksandra Maatsch, Senior Researcher, Jean Monnet Centre for European Studies, University of Bremen, Germany

Using experiences of the white, English, workingclasses in Manchester, this book explores the local frustrations with feeling ‘ignored’ and ‘neglected’ by the government through articulations of fairness.

This book sheds light on the processes that have transformed national citizenship of the European Union’s member states and explains the legislative changes that have taken place since the mid-1980s in Germany, Hungary and Poland.

Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction: Fairness and Belonging in Contemporary England / About Halleigh: Motivations and Reflections / New Productions of Histories in Halleigh / Whatever ‘appened to Dominant Discourse? / Having a Barter: Joking Relationships in Halleigh / Humour, Moralities and Fairness / Moving between Races and Gender Categories / Exploring Racism(s) Through the Politic of Fairness / Conclusion: Beyond Fairness? / Bibliography / Index May 2012 Hardback

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Social Freedom in a Multicultural State

April 2011 Hardback

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Towards a Theory of Intercultural Justice Ganesh Nathan, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland

The politics of multiculturalism faces challenges in Western democratic states. Arguing that this setback is based on the notion of culture as separate and distinct, this book explores how to face current challenges to multiculturalism without reifying culture, group and identity. November 2010 304pp Hardback £58.00

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Youth, Multiculturalism and Community Cohesion Paul Thomas, Senior Lecturer, Youth and Community Work, University of Huddersfield, UK

This book discusses the meaning and practice of British community cohesion policies, youth identities in racially-tense areas and the British government’s attempts to ‘prevent violent extremism’ amongst young Muslims. March 2011 2 b/w tables Hardback

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Negotiating Multicultural Europe

Colonialism, Modernity, and Literature

Borders, Networks, Neighbourhoods

A View from India

Edited by Heidi Armbruster, Lecturer in German, School of Humanities and Ulrike Hanna Meinhof, Professor in German and Cultural Studies, School of Modern Languages, both at University of Southampton, UK

This book examines neighbourhoods and networks between the diverse people of contemporary Europe who live in a globalized and globalizing world, across different types of borders: physical and mental, geopolitical and symbolic. October 2011 Hardback

232pp £55.00

Edited by Satya P. Mohanty, Professor of English and Minority Studies, Cornell University, USA

The product of years of cross-border and crossdisciplinary collaboration, this is an innovative volume of essays situated at the intersection of multi-disciplinary fields: postcolonial/ subaltern theory; comparative literary analysis, especially with a South Asian and transnational focus; the study of ‘alternative’ and ‘indigenous’ modernities. March 2011 Paperback

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270pp £16.99

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Identity Studies

Social Economies of Fear and Desire Emotional Regulation, Emotion Management, and Embodied Autonomy Valérie de Courville Nicol, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Concordia University, Canada

All behaviours, indeed all forms of agency, are viewed as emotionallydriven. This book provides an approach to emotional experience and agency which drastically nuances the commonly held view that fear has predominantly irrational, morally, or ideologically suspect effects which thwart the exercise of autonomy. December 2011 272pp Hardback £58.00

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The Myth of Indigenous Caribbean Extinction Continuity and Reclamation in Borikén (Puerto Rico) Tony Castanha, Lecturer of Indigenous and American Indian Studies, Department of Ethnic Studies, Hawai’i Pacific University, USA December 2010 200pp Hardback £58.00

216x138mm 978-0-230-62025-4

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Body Piercing and Identity Construction A Comparative Perspective - New York, New Orleans, Wroclaw Lisa A. Romanienko, Adjunct Instructor, University of Economics Management, Poland

Based on a fifteen year longitudinal crosscultural analysis on the role of the body in identity construction process around the world, this analysis provides readers with a comparative theoretical exploration of piercing and other forms of body modification that international communities of defiance use to express their identity. Contents: Nonverbal Communication / Verbal Communication /Discursive Networks / Ideological Apparatus / Economic Contestation / Digital Contestation / Biker Contestation / Sexual Sabotage / Political Sabotage / Aesthetic Sabotage / Organic Sabotage January 2011 Hardback

280pp £58.00

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Identity Studies in the Social Sciences Series Editors: Margaret Wetherell, Valerie Hey and Stephen Reicher

Gender, Work and Community After De-Industrialisation A Psychosocial Approach to Affect Valerie Walkerdine, Professor of Psychology, School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, UK and Luis Jimenez, Senior Lecturer, School of Psychology, University of East London, UK

This book explores the processes of community, regeneration, relationality and affect in a small Welsh town after the closure of its iron and steel works - an industry at the heart of this community. January 2012 Hardback

232pp £55.00

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White Middle-Class Identities and Urban Schooling Diane Reay, Professor of Education, University of Cambridge, UK, Gill Crozier, Professor of Education, Roehampton University, UK and David James, Professor of Education, University of the West of England, UK

This book examines experiences and implications of ‘against-the-grain’ school choices, where white middle class families choose ordinary and ‘low performing’ secondary schools for their children. It offers a unique view of identity formation, taking in matters like family history, locality and whiteness. April 2011 Hardback

216pp £58.00

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Contesting Recognition Culture, Identity and Citizenship Edited by Janice McLaughlin, Deputy Executive Director and Director of Research, Peter Phillimore, Professor, School of Geography, Politics and Sociology and Diane Richardson, Professor of Sociology, Department of Geography, Politics and Sociology, all at University of Newcastle, UK

This book explores the social and political significance of contemporary recognition contests in areas such as disability, race and ethnicity, nationalism, class and sexuality, drawing on accounts from Europe, the USA, Latin America, the Middle East and Australasia. November 2011 240pp Hardback £55.00

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Migration and Social Cohesion in the UK Mary J. Hickman, Professor of Irish Studies and Sociology; Director for the Institute for the Study of European Transformations, Nicola Mai, Senior Research Fellow, and Helen Crowley, Senior Research Fellow, all at Institute for the Study of European Transformations, London Metropolitan University, UK

Based on a flagship research project for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s Immigration and Inclusion programme, this book argues that social cohesion is achieved through people (new arrivals as well as the long-term settled) being able to resolve the conflicts and tensions within their day-to-day lives in ways that they find positive and viable. April 2012 Hardback

256pp £55.00

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Total Institutions and Reinvented Identities

Work and Identity

Susie Scott, Lecturer in Sociology, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK

John Kirk, sometime Senior Research Fellow, Working Lives Research Institute, London Metropolitan University, UK and Christine Wall, Senior Research Fellow, University of Westminster, UK

October 2011 Hardback

288pp £55.00

216x138mm 978-0-230-23201-3

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Moving Histories of Class and Community Identity, Place and Belonging in Contemporary England

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Ben Rogaly, Senior Lecturer, University of Sussex, UK and Becky Taylor, Lecturer, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK March 2011 Hardback Paperback

Dirty Work

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Edited by Ruth Simpson, Deputy Head; Professor of Management, Brunel Business School, Natasha Slutskaya, Lecturer in Organization Studies, both at Brunel University, UK, Patricia Lewis, Senior Lecturer in Business Administration, Kent Business School, University of Kent, UK and Heather Höpfl, Professor of Management, University of Essex, UK

November 2010 264pp Hardback £58.00

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Concepts and Identities

Historical and Cultural Contexts

264pp £60.00 £19.99

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This book explores understandings and experiences of ‘dirty work’ - tasks or occupations that are seen as disgusting and degrading. It complicates the ‘clean/dirty’ divide in the context of organizations and work and illustrates some of the complex ways in which dirty work identities are managed. April 2012 Hardback

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Protestant Identity and Peace in Northern Ireland

Religion

Jews & Money

Graham Spencer, Reader in Politics, Conflict and the Media, University of Portsmouth, UK

The Story of a Stereotype Abraham H. Foxman, National Director of the AntiDefamation League (ADL) and one of today’s preeminent voices against hatred, discrimination, and violence in the United States and worldwide Foreword by Paul Volcker

'Lucid and authoritative.' - Publisher’s Weekly 'Foxman made a genuine contribution and a worthy attempt to speak truth to nonsense...' The Jerusalem Post In the wake of Bernie Madoff’s ruinous investment schemes and the tumbling of Wall Street, Abe Foxman takes a cultural and political look at the many variations throughout history of the assumptions made about Jews and money. These include: Jews as greedy global capitalists; Jews as wealthy secret communists and Jews as cheapskates. Contents: The Bernie Madoff Moment / The Story of a Stereotype / The Facts Behind the Myths / The Stereotype Today / When Everyone Has a Megaphone / Not So Funny / Damned If We Do, Damned If We Don’t / Society’s Response April 2012 Paperback

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'Graham Spencer has brought us an important and thoughtful contribution with regard to ‘Protestant Identity and Peace in Northern Ireland’. It is a challenging read and, I believe, will encourage the reader to critically review how they relate propositional truth in the process of loving our neighbour and living peacefully in our shared space.' - Right Reverand; Dr Ivan Patterson, Moderator, Presbyterian Church in Ireland, UK Based on interview material with a wide range of Protestant clergy in Northern Ireland, this book examines how Protestant identity impacts on the possibility of peace and stability and argues for greater involvement by the Protestant churches in the transition from conflict to a ‘post-conflict’ Northern Ireland. Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction / Protestant History and Imagination / Evangelicalism, Presbyterianism and Protestant Church Identity in Northern Ireland / Dealing with Peace through Forgiveness and Reconciliation / The Catholic Outlook / Ecumenism: A Case Study of the Inter-Church Group on Faith and Politics / Christianity in a ‘Post-conflict’ Northern Ireland / Conclusion / Bibliography / Index

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Gender and Sexuality

Sexuality, Equality & Diversity Diane Richardson, Professor of Sociology and Social Policy, Newcastle University, UK and Surya Monro, Research Fellow, University of Huddersfield, UK

Investigating the dynamics of identity and sexual citizenship in a changing world, this compelling text explores key debates around human rights and representation, policy and resistance. Incorporating theory with original research, this is a thoughtprovoking insight into sexuality and diversity in a global age. Contents: Introduction / Equality and Diversity / Intersectionality / Sexuality and Citizenship / Democracy / Organizational Change / Resisting Change / Patterns of Resistance / Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Equalities in Northern Ireland / Conclusion March 2012 Hardback Paperback

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Recalling The Scent of Memory: Celebrating 100 Issues of Feminist Review

Womanism Against SociallyConstructed Matriarchal Images A Theoretical Model Towards a Therapeutic Goal

Feminist Review: Issue 100 Edited by Feminist Review Collective

To celebrate its one hundredth issue, The Feminist Review Collective revisits Avtar Brah’s groundbreaking 1999 article The Scent of Memory. Members of the collective and contributors including Stuart Hall, Ann Phoenix, Suki Ali and Nira Yuval-Davis address contemporary issues of racialization, whiteness, community cohesion and the recent UK riots. Contents: The Scent of Memory; A.Brah / Activism, Imagination and Writing: Avtar Brah Reflects on her Life and Work with Les Back; S.Hall / Racialisation, Relationality and Riots: Intersections and Interpellations’; A.Phoenix & A.Phoenix / The Sense of Memory; S.Ali / Interruption, Reproduction and Genealogies of ‘Staying Put’ in Diaspora Space; I.Gedalof / Working-class Whiteness from Within and Without: an Autoethnographic Response to Avtar Brah’s Scent of Memory; L.Thomas / The Verve Life: Aaj Aur Kaal; N.Puwar / An Autochthonic Scent of Memory?; N.Yuval-Davis / The Sound of Memory: Interview with Mohinder Kaur Bhamra; N.K.Purewal / Blossomtime; C.O’Flynn / The Smell of Home; L.Khalili / Afterword; A.Brah April 2012 Paperback

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Neurofeminism Issues at the Intersection of Feminist Theory and Cognitive Science Edited by Robyn Bluhm, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Old Dominion University, USA, Anne Jaap Jacobson, Professor, University of Houston, USA and Heidi Lene Maibom, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Carleton University, Canada

MarKeva Gwendolyn Hill, Executive Director, Multicultural Counselling Center in Denver, USA; Certified Pastoral Counsellor trained in spiritual and clinical healing

This book stems from a concern to assist pastoral counsellors in developing a therapeutic alliance with African-American women. It focuses on the social construct of the African-American matriarch, which can easily misinform the counsellor and cause emotional jeopardy for African-American women who attempt to live up to its expectations. April 2012 Hardback

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Women and the Military in Europe Iréne Eulriet, Research Fellow, Institut de Recherche Stratégique de l’École Militaire (Irsem), France

This book explores how public cultures shape women’s military participation within the European Union. It analyzes the way in which different policy options have been elaborated in the United Kingdom, France and Germany and examines patterns of women’s military participation across societies. Contents: Acknowledgements / Women’s Military Participation - Dominant Approaches / Europe - a Liberal Space / France - Achieving Equality / Germany - Safeguarding the Family / The United Kingdom Preserving Effectiveness / Conclusion / Appendices / Notes / Bibliography / Index 208pp £55.00

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Comparing Public Cultures

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Going beyond the hype of recent fMRI ‘findings’, this interdisciplinary collection examines such questions as: Do women and men have significantly different brains? Do women empathize, while men systematize? Is there a ‘feminine’ ethics? What does brain research on intersex conditions tell us about sex and gender?

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Gender-Technology Relations Exploring Stability and Change Hilde G. Corneliussen, Associate Professor, University of Bergen, Norway

Through empirical material as well as theoretical discussions, this book explores developments in gender-technology relations from the 1980s to today. The author draws on her long-lasting research in the field, providing insight in both historical and more recent discussions of gender in relation to computers and computing. November 2011 216pp Hardback £50.00

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Feminism, Inc. Coming of Age in Girl Power Media Culture Emilie Zaslow, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, Pace University, USA

This book explores how girls growing up in girl power media culture understand gender, self, empowerment, and resistance.  Contents: Introduction: A Decade After Spice: Girl Power Media Culture in the New Millennium / Coming of Age in Girl Power Media Culture: Decentering Media/Centering Girls / ‘Wanna Get Dirty?’: Determining Authentic Sexual Subjectivity / The Cloaked Body: Narrating Self and Power Through Style / ‘It’s like, it’s hard’: Independence, Motherhood, Careers and the Future / ‘If feminism is believing that women are humans, then I am a feminist’: Girls Define Feminism November 2011 216pp Paperback £15.99

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Sex, Gender and the Conservative Party

Media Transformations Feminist Review: Issue 99

From Iron Lady to Kitten Heels Sarah Childs, Professor of Politics and Gender, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies, University of Bristol, UK and Paul Webb, Professor of Politics, Department of Politics and Contemporary European Studies, University of Sussex, UK

As leader of the Conservative party, David Cameron inherited a multi-faceted gender problem: only 17 women MPs; an unhappy women’s organization; electorally uncompetitive policies ‘for women’; and a party which was seemingly unattractive to women voters. This book is an account of the feminization of the party since 2005. November 2011 320pp Hardback £60.00

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Gender and Politics Series Editors: Judith Squires and Johanna Kantola

Edited by Feminist Review Collective

Theorizations of globalized media are interrogated through studies of actual media use in transnational contexts, including bloggers in the Iranian diaspora and young Dutch Morrocan women creating their own spaces through text messaging; emerging and established producers discuss how their work creates feminist interventions in the media landscape. November 2011 144pp Paperback £17.99

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Gay Identity, New Storytelling and The Media Christopher Pullen, Senior Lecturer in Media Studies, Bournemouth University, UK

This critical introduction to gay and lesbian identity within the media explores the concept of ‘new storytelling’. The case studies look at film, television and online media, focusing on the narrative potential of individual storytellers who, as producers, writers and performers, challenge identity concerns and offer new expressions of liberty. May 2012 Paperback

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Faith, Feminism, and Scholarship The Next Generation Edited by Melanie L. Harris, Assistant Professor of Religion, Department of Religious Studies, Texas Christian University, USA and Kathryn Ott, Deputy Director of the Religious Institute, USA; she holds a Doctorate in Christian Social Ethics from Union Theological Seminary in New York, USA

A multi cultural collection of third-wave feminist voices, this book reveals how current feminist religious scholars from around the world are integrating social justice and activism into their scholarship and pedagogy. December 2011 224pp Hardback £55.00

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Third-Wave Feminism and the Politics of Gender in Late Modernity Shelley Budgeon, Senior Lecturer, University of Birmingham

This book critically assesses third-wave feminist strategies for advancing a feminist ‘politics of the self’ within the late modern, postfeminist gender order - a context where gender equality has been mainstreamed, feminism has been dismissed, and a neoliberal culture of selfmanagement has become firmly entrenched. Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction: Defining the Third Wave / A Postfeminist Gender Order / New Femininities and Feminist Subjectivities / Experiencing Third-Wave Feminism / A Politics of the Self / The Limits of Choice / Generational Dynamics and Feminist Futures / Concluding Reflections / Notes / Bibliography / Index October 2011 Hardback

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Men and Masculinities Around the World

On the Literary Nonfiction of Nancy Mairs

Transforming Men’s Practices

A Critical Anthology

Edited by Elisabetta Ruspini, Senior Associate Professor of Sociology, University of MilanoBicocca, Italy, Jeff Hearn, Professor in Gender Studies, Linköping University, Sweden; Professor of Sociology, University of Huddersfield, UK; Professor, Hanken School of Economics, Finland, Bob Pease, Chair of Social Work, Deakin University, Australia and Keith Pringle, Professor in Sociology, Uppsala University, Sweden; Professor in Social Policy and Social Work, London Metropolitan University, UK; Adjungeret Professor, Aalborg University, Denmark; Honorary Professor, Warwick University, UK

Edited by Merri Lisa Johnson, Director, Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies; Assistant Professor of English and Women’s Studies, University of South Carolina, USA and Susannah B. Mintz, Associate Professor; Associate Chair, Department of English, Skidmore College, USA

This collection, with contributions on seventeen countries from social scientists from Africa, the Americas, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, analyzes the characteristics and potential of diverse educational, political and related initiatives towards progressive changes in gender relations to show how men are reacting to contemporary social change. September 2011 292pp Hardback £55.00

Much of the existing scholarship on Nancy Mairs has approached her essays in the context of disability studies. This book seeks to broaden the conversation through a range of critical perspectives and with attention to underrepresented aspects of Mairs’s oeuvre, demonstrating her provocative combination of bold ethics and subtle aesthetics. September 2011 230pp Hardback £55.00

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The Aesthetics of Cute in Contemporary Japanese Art

Global Masculinities Series Editor: Ivo Kamps

Yoke-Sum Wong, Lecturer of Sociology, Lancaster University, UK

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This book aims to explore cultural tensions in Japanese contemporary art through theory, art and archival documents, and material culture. It addresses, primarily, the role of ‘cuteness’ and sexual representation. February 2012 Hardback

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Sexual Violence in Western Thought and Writing

Masculinity and Film Performance

Chaste Rape

Male Angst in Contemporary American Cinema

Victor J. Vitanza, Professor of English and Rhetorics, Clemson University, USA

This book focuses on rape narratives as grounding for western thinking about community - from the polis to nation-states - specifically in cultures of thinking. September 2011 298pp Hardback £52.00

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Film and Female Consciousness Irigaray, Cinema and Thinking Women Lucy Bolton, Associate Lecturer, Queen Mary, University of London, UK

theory since the 1970s. July 2011 Hardback

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Film and Female Consciousness explores the representation of female consciousness onscreen and demonstrates the ways in which the thought of Luce Irigaray can be used to address the traditional problems of the objectification of women in cinema as outlined by feminist 216x138mm 978-0-230-27569-0

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Donna Peberdy, Course Leader/Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Studies, Southampton Solent University, UK

A lively and engaging study of on-screen and off-screen performances of masculinity, focusing on well-known male actors in American film and popular culture in the 1990s and 2000s. Peberdy examines specific social, cultural, historical and political contexts that have affected age, race, sexuality and fatherhood on screen. Contents: Illustrations / Acknowledgements / Introduction: Being a Man / PART I: PERFORMANCE AND PERFORMERS / Performance and Masculinity / Performing Angst / PART II: ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES / From Wimps to Wild Men: Bipolar Masculinity and the Paradoxical Performances of Tom Cruise / Performing Paternity: Clinton, Nostalgia and the Racial Politics of Fatherhood / Aging Men: Viagra, Retiring Boomers and Jack Nicholson / Conclusion: Returns, Renewals, Departures / Notes / Filmography / Bibliography / Index July 2011 Hardback

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Queer Voices Technologies, Vocalities, and the Musical Flaw Freya Jarman-Ivens, Lecturer in Music, University of Liverpool, UK

This book argues that there are some important implications of the role the voice plays in popular music when thinking about processes of identification. The central thesis is that the voice in popular music is potentially uncanny (Freud’s unheimlich), and that this may invite or guard against identification by the listener. Contents: Identification / Karen Carpenter / Maria Callas / Diamanda Galas / Coda May 2011 Hardback

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Black Woman’s Burden Commodifying Black Reproduction Nicole Rousseau, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Kent State University, USA

This book examines the historical endeavors to regulate Black female sexuality and reproduction in the United States, through methods of exploitation, control, and repression. May 2011 Paperback

240pp £18.00

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Your Daughter’s Bedroom

Gender Epistemologies in Africa

Comparatively Queer

Insights for Raising Confident Women

Gendering Traditions, Spaces, Social Institutions, and Identities

Interrogating Identities across Time and Cultures

Joyce T. McFadden, Huffington Post Columnist; Psychoanalyst in private practice, USA

'What an amazing and insightful guide for mothers facing the huge challenge of supporting their daughters amidst the many 'hate your body' media messages that assault all of us daily.' - Judy Norsigian, co-author of Our Bodies, Ourselves May 2011 Hardback

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Oyeronke Oyewumi, Associate Professor of Sociology, State University of New York, USA

This volume brings together a variety of studies that are engaged with notions of gender in different African localities, institutions and historical time periods. The objective is to expand empirical and theoretical studies that take seriously the idea that in order to understand gender and gender relations in Africa, we must start with Africa. December 2010 256pp Hardback £58.00

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Women’s Marital Names Orly Benjamin, Senior Lecturer, Sociology and Gender Studies and Michael Rom, Assistant Professor, both at Bar Ilan University, Israel

Women’s inner struggle over their marital names reveal how they negotiate a specific identity location in each dimension of identity. This book tackles a complex sociological project of examining three existing theories, and will prove to be important for the study of Gender and Middle Eastern Culture.

November 2010 244pp Hardback £55.00

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A Question of Method Gillian Howie, Senior Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Liverpool, UK

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November 2010 280pp Hardback £54.00

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approach to queer studies while simultaneously queering the field of comparative literature, strengthening the interdisciplinary of both. The book focuses not only on comparative praxis, but also on interrogating our assumptions and categories of analysis.

Between Feminism and Materialism

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April 2011 Hardback

Edited by William J. Spurlin, Associate Professor of French and Francophone Studies, University of Michigan, USA and Margaret R. Higonnet, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, University of Connecticut, USA; co-Chair of the Gender Study Group, Harvard University, Centre for European Studies, USA

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Magnus Hirschfeld and the Quest for Sexual Freedom A History of the First International Sexual Freedom Movement Elena Mancini, has taught at Hunter College, Montclair University, and Rutgers, USA; Culture Editor for Logos: A Journal of Modern Society and Culture

This volume is the first full-length study on pioneering sexologist and sexual rights activist, Magnus Hirschfeld, that examines his impact on the politics and culture of late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century Germany and the value of his rationalist humanist approach for contemporary debates on sexual rights. November 2010 224pp Hardback £58.00

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Sex, Power and the Games Kath Woodward, Professor of Sociology, Open University, UK

This book explores the social and cultural impact of the Olympic Games, examining gender and sport, the inequalities between nations and people and at what the Games offer and how they are changing, in relation to spectacles, spectatorship and culture, including the links between art and sport.

Contents: Introduction / Regulatory Frameworks: Playing by the Rules / Finding the Truth: Hoping for Certainty / Nations, Host Cities and Opportunities / Spectacles and Spectators / The Art of Sport / Contradictions, Controversies and Disruptions / Conclusion / References June 2012 Hardback

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Intersections between Feminist and Queer Theory

Victoria Robinson, Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Jenny Hockey, Professor of Sociology, both at Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield, UK

Edited by Diane Richardson, Professor of Sociology, Janice McLaughlin, Reader and Mark E. Casey, Lecturer in Sociology, all at School of Geography, Politics and Sociology, Newcastle University, UK

'Enjoyable, interesting and timely.' - Sexualities This book, now in paperback and with a new preface by the editors, explores the debates between feminist and queer theorizing to seek out interconnections and identify new directions in thinking about sexuality and gender that may emerge out of and at the interface. April 2012 Paperback

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Sexualities: Past Reflections, Future Directions Edited by Sally Hines, Lecturer, University of Leeds, UK and Yvette Taylor, Lecturer, Newcastle University, UK

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Masculinities in Transition

This collection examines recent theoretical and methodological debates, shifts in law and policy, and social and cultural changes around sexuality. It sets out new ways of conceptualizing and researching sexuality and explores persistently marginalised and re-traditionalised sexual practices, subjectivities and identities. April 2012 Hardback

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Contributing to feminist approaches to masculinities, this book examines men’s contextual experiences of masculine identity. Drawing on new data which compares men as they move across and between public and domestic spaces, it explores the implications of this for the nature of contemporary masculinity. March 2011 Hardback

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Theorizing Intersectionality and Sexuality Edited by Yvette Taylor, Lecturer, Newcastle University, UK, Sally Hines, Lecturer, University of Leeds, UK and Mark E. Casey, School of Geography, Politics and Sociology, Newcastle University, UK

This book re-examines political, conceptual and methodological concerns of ‘intersectionality’, bringing these into conversation with sexuality studies. It explores sexual identifications, politics and inequalities as these (dis)connect across time and place, and are re-constituted in relation to class, disability, ethnicity, gender and age. November 2010 296pp Hardback £58.00

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childhood, youth and ageing

Childhood and Society

Childhood, Youth and Ageing

2nd edition Michael Wyness, Associate Professor of Childhood Studies, Institute of Education, University of Warwick, UK

HIGHLIGHT

'A truly comprehensive sociological approach to the study of childhood. This is an outstanding synthesis and overview of the field.' - Karen Sternheimer, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Southern California, USA

The Palgrave Handbook of Childhood Studies Edited by Jens Qvortrup, Department of Sociology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, UK, William A. Corsaro, Department of Sociology, Indiana University, USA and Michael-Sebastian Honig, University of Trier, Germany

'A very impressive collection that covers a breathtaking amount of ground.' - Social Sciences Review 'A rich compendium of current research…' - Sara Dorow, Canadian Journal of Sociology 'For everyone involved in child research this is a must.' - Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association A landmark publication in the field, this state-of-the-art reference work, with contributions from leading thinkers across a range of disciplines, is an essential guide to the study of children and childhood, and sets out future research agendas for the subject. Contents: List of Figures and Tables / Notes on Contributors / Introduction: Why Social Studies of Childhood?; J.Qvortrup, W.A.Corsaro & M-S.Honig / PART I: CONCEPTS OF CHILDHOOD STUDIES / Childhood as Structural Form; J.Qvortrup / Agency; A.James / Child Development and Development of Childhood; M.Woodhead / How is the Child Constituted in Childhood Studies?; M-S.Honig / Method and Methodology in Childhood Research; A.Lange & J.Mierendorff / PART II: HISTORICAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONTEXTS OF CHILDHOOD / The Evolution of Childhood in Western Europe c. 1400-1750; H.Hendrick / Transitions to Modernity; J.Gillis / Institutionalization as a Secular Trend; H.Zeiher / Pluralization of Family Forms; A-M.Jensen / PART III: GENERATIONAL RELATIONS / Generational Order; L.Alanen / Generational Relations at Family Level; B.Mayall / Children, Generational Relations and Intergenerational Justice; T.Olk / Collective Identities; H.Hengst / PART IV: CHILDREN’S EVERYDAY LIVES/THE LOCAL FRAMEWORK / Children’s Bodies; L.Fingerson / Policies in Early Childhood Education and Care: Potentialities for Agency, Play and Learning; G.Dahlberg / Localities: A Holistic Frame of Reference for Appraising Social Justice in Children’s Lives; J.McKendrick / Children as Problems, Problems of Children; K.Rosier / Childhood: Leisure, Culture, and Peers; I.Frønes / PART V: CHILDREN’S PRACTICE - CHILDREN AS PARTICIPANTS / From Child Labour to Working Children’s Movement; O.Nieuwenhuys / Peer Cultures; W.A.Corsaro / Play and Games; A-C.Evaldsson / Leisure Time and Cultural Activities; I.Frønes / Children as Consumers; D.Cook / Children and Television; D.Buckingham / Children and Digital Media: Online, On Site, On the Go; K.Drotner / PART VI: CHILDREN’S RIGHTS AND PLACE IN THE WORLD / Children’s Rights as Human Rights: Reading the UNCRC; M.Freeman / Interests in and Responsibility for Children and their Life Worlds; D.Bühler-Niederberger & H.Sünker / Transnational Mobilities and Childhoods; A.Bailey / Closing the Gap between Rights and the Realities of Children’s Lives; N.H.Kaufman & I.Rizzini / Author Index / Subject Index

Exploring new research, policy and thinking within childhood sociology, this book now takes a global view on key and controversial issues in the field. The new edition continues to engage with competing theoretical positions, whilst bringing in a new focus on children’s agency and featuring a new chapter on children in the workplace. Contents: Preface to the Second Edition / Introduction / PART I: CHILDHOOD AND THEORY / The Social Meaning of Childhood / Childhood and Social Structure / Children and Childhood in Late Modernity / Theories of Growing Up: Developmentalism and Socialisation Theory / PART II: CHILDREN, SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND SOCIAL POLICY / Childhood in Crisis: Social Disorder and Reconstruction / Children, Family and the State: Policing Childhood / Schooling Children and Childhood / PART III: CHILDREN’S LIVES, CHILDREN’S AGENCY / Children’s Social Worlds: Culture, Play and Technology / Researching Children and Childhood: Methods, Ethics and Politics / Children: Their Rights and Politics / Children’s Work and Labour: The International Context / Conclusion / Glossary October 2011 Paperback

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Youth Identities and Argentine Popular Music

Online Child Safety

Beyond Tango Edited by Pablo Semán, Professor, El Colegio de México and Pablo Vila, Professor, Department of Sociology, Temple University, USA

This book analyzes the music that young porteñas/os (the inhabitants of Buenos Aires, Argentina) actually listen to nowadays, which, contrary to wellentrenched stereotypes, is not tango but rock nacional, cumbiaand romantic music. Chapters examine the music and what the Argentinean youth use it to say about themselves.

Innovations in Youth Research

Law, Technology and Governance

‘Online Child Safety: Law, Technology and Governance provides a timely, broad-ranging and well written examination of the key stakeholders, challenges , tensions and legal frameworks which characterise the governance issues associated with online child safety.' - Jo Bryce, COUNTER Project Coordinator & Director of Research, Cyberspace Research Unit, School of Psychology, University of Central Lanashire, UK

Contents: Introduction; P.Semán & P.Vila / Ritual Transgression and Grotesque Realism in 1990s Rock Music: an Ethnographer among the Bersuit; S.Citro 'Rockers': Moral Limits in the Construction of Musical Communities; J.Garriga Zucal / Cumbia Villera and the End of the Culture of Work in Argentina in the 90s; E.Martín / Cumbia and Latin American Migration in Buenos Aires; P.Vila & M. Silba / Cumbia Villera or the Complex Construction of Masculinity and Femininity in Contemporary Argentina; P.Semán & P.Vila /Catholic Inflections and Female Complicities: Syncretism in a 'fan club' in Buenos Aires; G.Gallo, P.Semán & C.Spataro / Pleasurable Surfaces: Sex, Religion and Electronic Music within the 1990-2010 Transition Folds; G.Gallo & P.Semán / Evangelical Rock in Buenos Aires; G.Gallo & P.Semán / 'RESCATE' and its Consequences: Culture and Religion only in Singular; G.Gallo & P.Semán

Contents: Acknowledgements / List of Abbreviations / Introduction / Regulating Risks: Convergence, Technology and Social Policy / Online Sexual Grooming of Children, Obscene Content and Peer Victimization: Legal and Investigatory Issues / Trans-Border Challenges to Enforcing Online Child Safety Laws / Online Child Safety: International Cooperation and Policymaking / Online Child Safety, Civil Society and the Private Sector: Alternative Strategies / The Child, Media Literacy and Policy Implications / Concluding Thoughts: The Tethered Child / Notes / Bibliography / Index

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Edited by Sue Heath, Professor of Sociology, University of Southampton, UK and Charlie Walker, Lecturer in Sociology, University of Southampton, UK

Joseph Savirimuthu, Liverpool Law School, Liverpool University, UK

This work explores the growing convergence between youth culture and digital communication technologies and the corresponding challenges posed to policymakers, examining the current governance debate on online child safety.

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This book explores and celebrates imaginative and creative approaches to youth research, showcasing a wide range of innovative methods including music elicitation, mental mapping, blog analysis and mobile methods. November 2011 304pp Hardback £55.00

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The Militarization of Childhood

Children and the Capability Approach

Thinking Beyond the Global South Edited by J. Marshall Beier, currently holds the International Relations Theory position, at the rank of Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, McMaster University, Canada

An important contribution to a much needed critical turn in the vast and still rapidly growing child soldier literature. November 2011 320pp Hardback £58.00

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Edited by Mario Biggeri, Associate Professor in Development Economics, University of Florence, Italy, Jerome Ballet, Researcher, Institut de Recherche Pour le Developpement, France and Flavio Comim, Senior Economist; Affiliated Lecturer, St Edmund’s College, University of Cambridge, UK

Exploring a wide variety of case studies and developmental issues from a capability perspective, this book is an original contribution to both development and children’s studies that raises a strong case for placing children’s issues at the core of human development.  Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION AND THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES ON CHILDREN AND THE CAPABILITY APPROACH / PART II: UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN’S CAPABILITIES: METHODS AND CASE STUDIES / PART III: POLICY IMPLICATIONS / PART IV: CONCLUSIONS A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com October 2011 Hardback

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Child Soldiers: From Recruitment to Reintegration Edited by Alpaslan Özerdem, Professor; Chair in Peacebuilding, Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies, Coventry University, UK and Sukanya Podder, Lecturer in International Politics and Development, Centre for Security Sector Management, Cranfield University, UK

This book examines the complex and underresearched relationship between recruitment experiences and reintegration outcomes for child soldiers. It looks at time spent in the group, issues of cohesion, identification, affiliation, membership and the post demobilization experience of return, and resettlement. August 2011 Hardback

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Working with Children and Young People Co-constructing Practice Edited by Lindsay O’Dell, Lecturer; Director of Postgraduate Studies and Stephen Leverett, Lecturer in Children and Young People, both at The Open University, UK

A timely reader of interest to a wide academic discipline base, providing a critical account and new theoretical perspectives on practical issues arising in working with children of all ages and their families. Uniquely, it brings together discussion of early years with later childhood, including adolescence and transitions into adulthood.

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Representing Ageing Images and Identities Edited by Virpi Ylänne, Lecturer, Centre for Language and Communication, Cardiff University, UK

This collection critically examines twenty-first century representations of ageing, focusing on various media images and discourses as well as individuals’ own experiences and selfpresentations of ageing, drawing on innovative new empirical data. Contents: Acknowledgements / Notes on the Contributors / Introduction; V.Ylänne / PART I: AGETARGETED AND ADVERTISING IMAGES / Anti-ageing Advertisements and Perceptions of Ageing; T.Calasanti, A.Sorensen & N.King / Consumerism vs. Constructing Older Age: A Case Study of Over Fifties Life Insurance TV Advertising; C.Chen & V.Ylänne / ‘They See Themselves As Young’: The Market Addressing the Older Consumer; K.Lövgren / Talk about Love and Intimate Relationships in a Finnish 50+ Magazine; K.Lumme-Sandt & H.Uotila / Redefining Cultural Roles in Older Age: Grand-Mothering as an Extension of Motherhood; S.Soden / PART II: APPEARANCE, CLOTHING AND FASHION IMAGES / Doing Beauty: Women, Ageing and Identity; L.H.Clarke & A.Korotchenko / On Going Grey; C.Holland & R.Ward / Fashion and Age: The Role of Women’s Magazines in the Constitution of Aged Identities; J.Twigg / PART III: SELF, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY IMAGES / ‘I Don’t See Many Images of Myself Coming Back at Myself’: Representations of Women and Ageing; L.Warren & N.Richards / The Oldest Generation as Displayed in Family Photographs; B.Bytheway & J.Bornat / ‘Positive Images’ and Calendars: Explorations in ‘Agelessness’ or ‘Ambiguous’ Identities?; E.Fairhurst / Snap Happy - Being Old in Scotland in Photographs; E.Tulle / Conclusion; V.Ylänne / Bibliography / Index May 2012 Hardback

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Studies in Childhood and Youth Series Editors: Allison James and Adrian L. James

Children’s Rights from Below Cross-Cultural Perspectives Manfred Liebel, Professor of Sociology; Director, Institute of Global Education and International Studies, International Academy, Free University Berlin, Germany

and localized manner.

An integral, cross-cultural reflection on the social reality of children’s rights and citizenship, giving an insight into new perspectives on the history and different concepts of children’s rights in a contextualized

Contents: List of Illustrations / Acknowledgements / List of Acronyms / Introduction / PART I: CONTEXTS OF CHILDREN’S RIGHTS DISCOURSES / Framing the Issue: Rethinking Children’s Rights / Hidden Aspects of Children’s Rights History / Children’s Rights Contextualized / PART II: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES / Schools of Thought in Children’s Rights; K.Hanson / Localizing Children’s Rights; W.Vandenhole / Discriminated for Being Children: A Blind-spot in the Human Rights Arena / Children’s Rights and the Responsibilities of States: Thoughts on Understanding Children’s Rights as Subjective Rights; M.Liebel & I.Saadi / PART III: PRACTICAL PERPSECTIVES / Grass-roots Children’s Rights / Children’s Rights as ‘Work in Progress’: The Conceptual and Practical Contributions of Working Children’s Movements; I.Saadi / Cultural Variations in Constructions of Children’s Participation; M.Liebel & I.Saadi / Children’s Citizenship Observed and Experienced / PART IV: NEW FRAMEWORKS FOR CHILDREN’S RIGHTS FROM BELOW / The Role of Children in Shaping New Contexts of Children’s Rights / The Role of Adults in Supporting Children’s Rights from Below / Notes / Bibliography / Index January 2012 Hardback

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The Modern Child and the Flexible Labour Market Early Childhood Education and Care Edited by Anne-Trine Kjørholt, Associate Professor; Director of Norwegian Centre for Child Research and Jens Qvortrup, Professor of Sociology, both at Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, UK

This book sheds light on new research related to welfare state, child care policies, and small children’s everyday lives in institutions in Europe. In uniting recent social childhood research, welfare perspectives and historical and comparative approaches, the book explores institutionalization as a feature of the modern child’s life. October 2011 Hardback

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Children and Armed Conflict Cross-disciplinary Investigations Edited by Daniel Thomas Cook, Associate Professor of Childhood Studies and Sociology and John Wall, Associate Professor of Religion, Department of Philosophy and Religion, both at Rutgers University,USA

Exploring the experiences of children encountering war and armed conflict, this book draws upon history, ethnography, sociology, literature, media studies, psychology, public policy, and other disciplines to address children as soldiers, refugees, and peace-builders within their social, cultural, and political contexts. June 2011 Hardback

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Children, Morality and Society

Family and Intimate Life

Sam Frankel, Director, Act 4, UK

This book explores the extent to which children engage with questions of morality, arguing that they are active members of society who have both the capacity and understanding to engage with discourses of morality. Contents: List of Illustrations / Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction / PART I: LAYING A FOUNDATION FOR MORAL DISCOURSE: AGENCY, IDENTITY AND BELONGING / Agency, Identity and Belonging / PART II: REPRESENTATIONS OF CHILDHOOD AND MORALITY: A SOCIAL CONSTRUCT OF CONTROL SECTION / The ‘Ominous’ Child Childhood and Morality as Social Constructs / The Ambiguous Child - Contemporary Constructions of Children and the Law / PART III: MORAL AGENCY IN ACTION: THE SELF, OTHERS AND EXPERIENCES / Stereotypes - Positioning the Self / Negotiating Power Relations - The Self and Others / A Learning Experience - Making Sense of Social Experiences / PART IV: CONCLUDING THOUGHTS / Concluding Thoughts Time to be ‘Bothered’ / Bibliography / Index June 2012 Hardback

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HIGHLIGHT Sociology of Personal Life Edited by Vanessa May, Lecturer in Sociology, Department of Sociology and Morgan Centre for the Study of Relationships and Personal Life, University of Manchester, UK

'Accessible, wide-ranging, and engaging; this is an excellent text. The chapters present fascinating discussions including key debates and previously neglected topics, reflecting current thinking and presented in an easily understandable way.' - Esther Dermott, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University ofBristol, UK 'The authors combine theory and research not only with skill but with exemplary grace. It will rejuvenate the field.' - Kerreen Reiger, Associate Professor, Social Sciences, La Trobe University, Australia '...extends the breadth of our thinking into new realms of inquiry, as well as encouraging the reader to revisit old themes in a new light.' - Janeen Baxter, Professor of Sociology, The University of Queensland, Australia 'A creatively conceptualized and thought-provoking work. Personal life, as this compelling book demonstrates, cuts across and connects varied institutional sites and configurations of relationship.' - Barrie Thorne, Professor of Sociology, University of California, USA Exploring our own personal life can help us to fully understand broad sociological concepts. This book shows how we can connect our everyday lives and relationships with social ideas. From sexual behaviour to consumption patterns, the chapters offer wide coverage alongside specific examples to develop the student reader’s sociological imagination. Contents: Introducing a Sociology of Personal Life; V.May / Conceptualising the Personal; D.Morgan / Personal Life in the Past; W.Bottero / Close Relationships and Personal Life; C.Smart / ‘Marriage’ and the Personal Life of Same Sex Couples; A.Einarsdottir / What it Means to be Related; J.Mason / Friendship and Personal Life; K.Davies / Pets and Personal Life; B.Tipper / Children’s Personal Lives; C.Smart / Personal Life in Public Spaces; V.May / Are We Running Out of Time?; D.Southerton / Consumer Culture and Personal Life; D.Southerton/ Personal Life and Politics; G.Edwards / Researching Personal Life; V.May / Conclusion: Why a Sociology of Personal Life?; V.May / Glossary http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=413855

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The American Family From Obligation to Freedom David Peterson del Mar, Assistant Professor, Portland State University, USA; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Oregon State University, USA; his previous books include What Trouble I Have Seen: A History of Violence against Wives (Harvard, 1996) and Beaten Down: A History of Interpersonal Violence in the West (University of Washington, 2001)

Traces the movement from mutualism to individualism in the context of American family life. Families survived or even flourished during colonization, Revolution, slavery, immigration and economic upheaval. In the past century, prosperity created a culture devoted to pleasure and individual fulfilment. Contents: Societies of Obligation / The Search for Order in North America / Revolution and Continuity / Containing the Bourgeois Family / Necessity and Tradition / The First Modern Family / The Family in Crisis and After / Freedom’s Florescence / Countercultures November 2011 224pp Hardback £55.00 Paperback £17.99

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The Family: A Liberal Defence David Archard, Professor of Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Lancaster, UK

Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Family and Intimate Life Series

An account of the nature and value of the family within a liberal society. It defines ‘family’, and assesses the right to have a family, whether the family promotes injustice, and what future there is for the family in the face of significant changes.

Series Editors: Graham Allan, Lynn Jamieson and David Morgan

Contents: Preface / Introduction / The Nature of the Family / The Right to a Family / The Constitution of the Family / The Ideal of the Family and the Ideal Family / Just Families / The Future of the Family / Concluding Thoughts / Bibliography / Index

David H. J. Morgan, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of Manchester, UK; Visiting Professor of Sociology, Keele University, UK

December 2010 160pp Hardback £50.00

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Rethinking Family Practices

Leading family sociologist David Morgan revisits his highly influential ‘family practices’ approach in this new book. Exploring its impact, and how it has been critiqued, Morgan shows the continued relevance of the approach with reference to time and space, the body, emotions, ethics and work/life balance. February 2011 Hardback

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My Family, A Symphony

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A Memoir of Global Adoption Aaron Eske, Communications Director for Angelina Jolie’s Orphan Advocacy Organization, Global Action for Children

From the Communications Director of Angelina Jolie’s orphan advocacy group comes a moving and enlightening journey through the world of international adoption. November 2010 256pp Hardback £16.99

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Stepfamilies Graham Allan, Professor of Sociology, Keele University, UK. Graham Crow, Professor of Sociology, University of Southampton, UK and Sheila Hawker, Researcher; Co-Director of C&S Academic Services

Drawing on recent developments within the sociology of family life, this book examines family connection and solidarity within different stepfamily networks, focusing on relationships from a kinship perspective and using case studies of people’s experiences to explore how family connection is constructed within different stepfamilies. February 2011 Hardback

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Lesbian, Gay and Queer Parenting

Families and Kinship in Contemporary Europe

Families, Intimacies, Genealogies

Rules and Practices of Relatedness

Stephen Hicks, Reader, School of Social Work, Psychology and Public Health, University of Salford, UK; Co-editor of Lesbian and Gay Fostering and Adoption

Edited by Riitta Jallinoja, Professor of Sociology, University of Helsinki, Finland and Eric Widmer, Professor of Sociology, University of Geneva, Switzerland

This study is based upon original research carried out with lesbian, gay and queer parents and explores how genealogy, kinship, family, everyday life, gender, race, state welfare and intimacy are theorized and lived out, drawing upon interactionist, feminist, discursive and queer sociologies.

Instead of seeing the family as a ‘monolithic’ entity, as though separate from its surroundings, this new approach draws attention to assemblages of various types that in different constellations and through different transactions relate people to each other as families and kin.

October 2011 Hardback

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Researching Families and Relationships Reflections on Process Edited by Lynn Jamieson, Professor of Sociology; Co-Director, Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, Roona Simpson, Research Fellow, Centre for Research in Families and Relationships and Ruth Lewis, Honorary Research Fellow, all at University of Edinburgh, UK

This collection focuses on the real life experiences of conducting emprical research about families and relationships, with an emphasis on the actualities of doing research and the experiences of being a researcher. August 2011 Hardback

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Displaying Families

Adoption, Family and the Paradox of Origins

A New Concept for the Sociology of Family Life

A Foucauldian History

Edited by Esther Dermott, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Bristol, UK and Julie Seymour, Lecturer in Social Research, University of Hull, UK

Sally Sales, Psychoanalyst in Private Practice, UK; Chair of Training for the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis, UK; Part-time Tutor (on the Psycho-Social Studies degree course), University of East London, UK; she has worked professionally in the field of adoption for many years as a researcher, consultant and trainer

This edited collection uses the concept of ‘displaying families’ as a new way to understand contemporary family and personal life, addressing how, in a world of fluid relationships, family life must not only be ‘done’ but also be ‘seen to be done’. August 2011 Hardback

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Applying Foucauldian methodology, this book explores why the practice of keeping adopted children in touch with their kinship origins is still so questioned in contemporary adoption work. January 2012 Hardback

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Class in Contemporary Britain

Poverty, Community and Health Vicky Cattell, Honorary Senior Lecturer, Wolfson Institute of Preventative Medicine, London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary, University of London, UK

Ken Roberts, Professor of Sociology, University of Liverpool, UK

Contents: Introduction / Class Schemes and Scales / Economic Change / The Working Class / Intermediate Classes / The Middle Class / the Upper Class / Social Mobility / Politics February 2011 Paperback

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2nd edition

Co-operation and the Good Society

2nd edition

Substantially re-written and updated, this edition continues to highlight the importance of class to sociological study. Examining key theory and fascinating research, it now explores social mobility, class transformations and the importance of culture to class formation. This is invaluable reading for those studying class in modern Britain.

Social Divisions

If we are becoming increasingly disconnected from our local communities, are there implications for health, well being and happiness, particularly for people on low incomes? This book looks at the interplay between poor people, poor communities and poor health, with a particular focus on social networks as key linkages. Contents: Acknowledgements / List of Abbreviations / Introduction: Social Murder / Utopian Dreams? / Researching Poverty, Community and Health / Community Resilience / Community Demoralisation and Resistance / Social Capital in Urban Neighbourhoods: the Potential for Unity and Division / Well-being and Happiness: Balancing Community with Independence / Social Network Characteristics and Health and WellBeing / Conclusions: Poverty, Community and Health in the ‘Good Society’ / Bibliography / Index October 2011 Hardback

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Society consists of people sharply divided from one another, living different lives and with distinct identities. This updated and expanded second edition of a successful text explores each of the social divisions. The book includes three major chapters, on religion, poverty and elites and is written by leading academics in each field. Contents: An Introduction to Social Divisions; G.Payne / PART I: THE CORE DIVISIONS / Class and Stratification; J.Scott / Gender; P.Abbott / Ethnicity; D.Mason / PART II: OTHER MAJOR DIVISIONS / National Identity; D.McCrone / Religion; A.Aldridge / Age and Old Age; J.A. Vincent / Childhood; S.Jackson & S.Scott / Sexuality; S.Scott & S.Jackson / Disability; M.Hyde / PART III: ARENAS OF INTERSECTION / Health; J.Payne, G.Payne & M.Bond / Poverty; L.Platt / Elites; P.Stanworth / Community; G.Crowe & C.Maclean / PART IV: CONCLUSION / Social Division and Social Cohesion; G.Payne March 2006 Paperback

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HIGHLIGHT

The Politics of Sleep

The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Healthcare

Governing (Un)consciousness in the Late Modern Age

2nd edition

Simon J. Williams, Professor, University of Warwick, UK

'This carefully crafted book is beautifully written, providing an elegant and convincing argument of relevance for sociologists of health and illness, as well as sociologists of the body and those interested in broader structural issues associated with global capitalism.' - Sociology of Health and Illness Why has sleep become increasingly politicized in contemporary society? This book provides an account of the politics of sleep in the late modern age. The future of sleep has become contested and uncertain: something to be defended, downsized or even perhaps (one day) done away with altogether. Contents: Introduction: The Politics of Sleep? / Restless Times? Waking up to ‘Fast’ Capitalism / (Ir)Responsibility: Vigilance, Virtue and the Politics of Blame / (In)Justice: The Rights and Wrongs of Sleep / Unconsciousness/ Unruliness: The Sleep of Reason and the Politics of… Release? / Technoscientific Transformations: Sleep Science, Biomedicine and the Future of Sleep… / Afterword: In Search of Sleep… / References March 2011 Hardback Paperback

232pp £63.00 £19.99

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Edited by Ellen Kuhlmann, Visiting Professor of Sociology, Goethe-University Frankfurt Main, Germany and Ellen Annandale, Reader in Sociology, University of Leicester, UK

'...a very essential and helpful resource...The book is a ‘must-have’; an equally indispensable handbook to health and social scientists, health professionals and policy makers.' - European Journal of Public Health 'This is absolutely essential reading for all healthcare students and professionals.' - Professor Gita Sen, Indian Institute of Management, India 'This is a veritable treasure trove...’ - Celia Davies, Professor Emerita, The Open University, UK '...a rich and impressive resource, ranging across continents and societies...' - Professor Raewyn Connell, author of Gender: In World Perspective and Masculinities 'Researchers, students and policy makers will find this collection an essential resource.' - Professor Sara Arber, Centre for Research on Ageing and Gender (CRAG), University of Surrey, UK This authoritative, state-of-the-art reference collection brings together international experts to examine the key issues and debates related to gender and healthcare. This new edition, now in paperback, includes three new chapters on human resource policy and management, end-of-life care and complementary and alternative medicine as well as thorough updates to the introduction and conclusion. Contents: Preface to the Second Edition / Introduction: Bringing Gender to the Heart of Health Policy, Practice and Research; E.Kuhlmann & E.Annandale / PART I: GENDERING HEALTHCARE AND POLICY / Re-visiting Gender Justice in Health and Healthcare; S.Payne & L.Doyal / Gender Equality and International Health Policy Planning; S.N.Abdool, C.Garcia-Moreno & A.Amin / Gender Equity and Health Sector Reforms in Low and Middle Income Countries; H.Standing / Gendering Health Human Resource Policy and Management; E.Kuhlmann, I.Bourgeault, C.Larsen & T.Schofield / Gender-sensitive Indicators for Healthcare; V.Lin & H.L’Orange / Gender Assessment: European Health Research Policies; I.Klinge / Gender and the Medicalization of Healthcare; S.E.Bell & A.E.Figert / PART II: THE SOCIAL PATTERNING OF HEALTH BY GENDER / Changing Patterns of Morbidity and Mortality; C.E.Bird, M.E.Lang & P.P.Rieker / Reproductive Regimes: Governing Gendered Bodies; E.Ettorre & C.Kingdon / Coronary Heart Disease: Gendered Public Health Discourses; E.Riska / Gender and Mental Health; J.Busfield / HIV/AIDS and Gender; L.Gilbert & T.Selikow / PART III: EQUITY AND ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE / Gender and End-of-life Care; A.Broom / Gender and Helpseeking: Towards Gender-comparative Studies; K.Hunt, J.Adamson & P.Galdas / Gender Differences in Healthcare Utilization in Later Life; K.Roy & A.Chaudhuri / Men’s Health and Well-being; T.Schofield / The Healthcare Needs of Gay and Lesbian Patients; J.Edwards / Mothers and Children: What Does their Health Tell us About Gender?; T.Patel / Gender, Health, Countries; V.Burau, H.Theobald & R.H.Blank / Primary Prevention and Health Promotion: Towards Gender-sensitive Interventions; P.Kolip / Gender and Maternal Healthcare; J.Sandall, C.Benoit, E.van Teijlingen, S.Wrede, E.Declercq & R.de Vries / Women’s Health Centres: Creating Spaces and Institutional Support; P.Armstrong / PART V: THE PROFESSIONS AS CATALYST OF GENDER-SENSITIVE HEALTHCARE / Women in the Medical Profession: International Trends; E.Riska / Sex, Gender and Health: Developments in Medical Research; T.Lagro-Janssen / Gender Mainstreaming at the Cross-roads of Eastern-western Healthcare; L.Cheng, E.Kuhlmann & E.Annandale / Nursing: Globalization of a Female-gendered Profession; S.Wrede / Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Gender and Marginality; S.Cant & P.Watts / Conclusion: Gender and Healthcare: The Future; E.Annandale & E.Kuhlmann http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=350414

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Blades, Blood and Bandages The Experiences of People who Self-injure Theresa McShane, Independent Researcher and PartTime Lecturer, Queen’s University Belfast, UK

Blades, Blood and Bandages tells the stories of twenty-five people’s experiences of self-injury. In so doing, themes which have so far been under represented in the study of this phenomenon are brought to the fore. In particular, it investigates how people who self-injure are affected by suffering, ritual and stigma. Contents: List of Tables / Acknowledgements / Introduction / What is Self-Injury? / Meet the People Who Self-Injure / The Role of Suffering / Self-Injury Rituals / Stigma and Damaged Lives / Disclosure, Redefinition and Resilience / Self-Injury, Popular Culture and the Internet / Appendices / Bibliography / Index May 2012 Hardback

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Developing Interactional Competence A Conversation-Analytic Study of Patient Consultations in Pharmacy Hanh thi Nguyen, Associate Professor, Hawaii Pacific University, USA

An unprecedented glimpse into the multidimensional learning processes that take place when novice professionals develop the necessary communication skills for effective task accomplishment. This analysis of authentic patient consultations by pharmacy interns is a significant contribution to research on health communication training.  December 2011 280pp Hardback £55.00

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Mapping the Sociology of Health and Medicine America, Britain and Australia Compared

Gendering Addiction The Politics of Drug Treatment in a Neurochemical World Nancy Campbell, Professor of Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA; she focuses on intersections between history of science, drug policy and gender studies and Elizabeth Ettorre, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of Liverpool, UK; author of Revisioning Women and Drug Use

Fran Collyer, Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Sydney, Australia

This book studies the sociology of health and medicine across three different countries, the USA, UK and Australia, examining the nature of disciplines and their specialties and posing sociological questions about the formation of intellectual fields and their social relations. Contents: List of Illustrations / Theoretical Frameworks and Beginnings / Past and Present: Three National Sociologies of Health and Medicine / Disciplines, Professions and Specialities / The Study and its Methods / National Trends in the Sociology of Health and Medicine Since 1990 / Old Roads and New Pathways: Reflections, Conclusions and a Way Forward / End Notes / References / Index and Glossary May 2012 Hardback

320pp £55.00

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Theorizing Complementary and Alternative Medicines Wellbeing, Self, Gender and Class Eeva Sointu, Assistant Professor, Smith College, USA

Rather than physiological health only, complementary and alternative medicines aim at the production of wellbeing. This book explores how the increasing proliferation of holistic health methods are intimately connected with changing configurations of selfhood, gender and class. Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction / Landscapes of Complementary and Alternative Health / Wellbeing, Selfhood and Subjectivity / Gendering the Search for Wellbeing / Prescription: Recognition / Negotiating Therapeutic Legitimacy / The Holistic Body and Mind / The Spirit in Mind, Body and Spirit / Healing Body-Subjects / Conclusions / Bibliography / Notes May 2012 Hardback

256pp £55.00

This study, by two leading scholars in the field, draws on feminist theory and science and technology studies to uncover a basic injustice for the human rights of drug-using women: most women who need drug treatment in the US and UK do not get it. Why not? Contents: List of Figures / Acknowledgements / Introduction: Making Gender Matter: Drug-Using Women, Embodiment, and the Epistemologies of Ignorance / PART I: REINVENTING THE WHEEL / Getting Gender on the Agenda: A History of Pioneers in Drug Treatment for Women / Raising Consciousness or Controlling Women? Women’s Drug and alcohol Treatment Re-emerge  / Undue Burdens: The Emergence of Feminist Treatment Advocacy in a Masculinist System / PART II: GENDERING GOVERNING MENTALITIES / ‘Unearthing Women’ in Drug Policy: Where Do Women Fit - Or Do They? / Reproducing Bodies and Governing Motherhood: Drug-using Women and Reproductive Loss / Conclusion: Making Gender Matter in an Age of Neurochemical Selves / Notes / References / Index October 2011 Hardback

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Sexualities: Past Reflections, Future Directions

Telecare Technologies and the Transformation of Healthcare

Edited by Sally Hines, Lecturer, University of Leeds, UK and Yvette Taylor, Lecturer, Newcastle University, UK

This collection examines recent theoretical and methodological debates, shifts in law and policy, and social and cultural changes around sexuality. It sets out new ways of conceptualizing and researching sexuality and explores persistently marginalised and re-traditionalised sexual practices, subjectivities and identities. Contents: List of Illustrations / Notes on Contributors / Introduction / Reflexive Sexualities and Reflexive Sociology; B.Heaphy / The Affect of Methods; J.Gabb / To Pass Without Hindrance: Citizenship, Community, Diversity - or Death; Y.Taylor / Telling Personal Stories in Academic Research Publications: Reflexivity, Intersubjectivity and Contextual Positionalities’; C.Klesse / Born this Way: Congenital Heterosexuals and the Making of Heteroflexibility; J.Ward / Straight Indiscretions or Queer Hypocrites: Public Negotiations of Identity and Sexual Behaviour; E.Shapiro / The Romantic Imaginary: Compulsory Coupledom & Single Existence; E.Wilkinson / Reimagining Families of Choice; R.Jones-Wild / The Politics of Sexuality in Portugal: Confronting Tradition, Enacting Change; A.Santos / Stirring it Up - Again: A Politics of Difference in the New Millennium; S.Hines / Erotic Care: A Queer Feminist Bathhouse and the Power of Attentive Action; D.Cooper / ‘Shanghai Goes West’: A Story of the Development of a Commercial Gay Scene in China; C.Bassi / ‘Sexing Up’ Bodily Aesthetics: Notes towards Theorizing Trans Sexuality; Z.Davy & E.Steinbock / Past, Present and Future: Exploring the Sexual Identities of People with Learning Difficulties; R.Garbutt / Index April 2012 Hardback

320pp £55.00

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Understanding Suicide A Sociological Autopsy Ben Fincham, Lecturer in Sociology, University of Sussex, UK, Susanne Langer Senior Research Fellow, University of Liverpool, UK, Jonathan Scourfield, Lecturer, School of Social Science, Cardiff University, UK and Michael Shiner, Senior Lecturer, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

Nelly Oudshoorn, Professor Technology Dynamics and Healthcare, Univesrity of Twente, The Netherlands

This books analyzes what happens when healthcare moves from physical to virtual encounters between patients and healthcare professionals. October 2011 Hardback

256pp £55.00

216x138mm 978-0-230-30020-0

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Debating Obesity Critical Perspectives Edited by Emma Rich, Senior Lecturer, University of Bath, UK, Lee F. Monaghan, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Limerick, Republic of Ireland and Lucy Aphramor, Coventry University, UK

This book brings together critical perspectives on some of the recent claims associated with the obesity crisis. It develops both theoretical and conceptual arguments around the obesity debate, as well as taking a more practical focus in terms of implications for the health professions to outline an agenda for a ‘critical weight studies’. November 2010 280pp Hardback £58.00

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Genders and Sexualities in the Social Sciences Series Editors: Victoria Robinson and Diane Richardson

'This work is a major contribution to the study of suicide, still one of the core topics in sociology. Introducing a novel methodology and an innovative approach to suicidal motivation, it will become a landmark study in the field'. - Professor Anthony Giddens, former Director of the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK and Fellow of King’s College, University of Cambridge, UK Sociologists have debated suicide since the early days of the discipline. This book assesses that body of work and breaks new ground through a qualitatively-driven, mixed method ‘sociological autopsy’ of one hundred suicides that explores what can be known about suicidal lives. Contents: List of Tables and Figures / Acknowledgements / Introduction / The Sociology of Suicide - A Critical Appreciation / What is a Sociological Autopsy? / Suicide Case Files as Sites of Identity Creation / Suicide Notes as Social Documents / Repertoires of Action / When Things Fall Apart - Suicide and the Life-Course / Lessons for Prevention / Bibliography / Index July 2011 Hardback

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The Myth of the Chemical Cure

De-Medicalizing Misery

A Critique of Psychiatric Drug Treatment

Psychiatry, Psychology and the Human Condition Mark Rapley, Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of East London, UK, Joanna Moncrieff, Senior Lecturer, Department of Mental Health Sciences, University College London, UK; Practising Consultant Psychiatrist, North East London Foundation Trust, UK and Jacqui Dillon, National Chair of the Hearing Voices Network, UK; Director of Intervoice

Joanna Moncrieff, Senior Lecturer, University College London, UK

'A revolutionary book. Essential reading for anyone interested in mental health.' - Dorothy Rowe This controversial book overturns the claim that psychiatric drugs work by correcting chemical imbalance, and analyzes the professional, commercial and political vested interests that have shaped this view. It provides a comprehensive critique of research on drugs including antidepressants, antipsychotics and mood stabilizers. September 2009 320pp Hardback £67.00 Paperback £19.99

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Shortlisted for the 2009 Mind Book of the Year ebook available from: Palgrave Connect Social & Cultural Studies Collections, Ebook Library, Dawson ERA, ebooks.com, Ebrary, Myilibrary, NetLibrary http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=283272

Psychiatry and psychology have constructed a mental health system that does no justice to the problems it claims to understand and creates multiple problems for its users. Yet the myth of biologicallybased mental illness defines our present. The book rethinks madness and distress reclaiming them as human, not medical, experiences. October 2011 Hardback Paperback

320pp £60.00 £19.99

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Disability Studies

The New Politics of Disablement 2nd edition Michael Oliver, Emeritus Professor of Disability Studies, University of Greenwich, UK and Colin Barnes, Professor of Disability Studies and Director of the Centre for Disability Studies, University of Leeds, UK

Disability luminary Mike Oliver is joined by Colin Barnes in this agenda-setting response to a capitalist society faced with globalization, financial instability and lower public expenditure. A timely new edition which reignites the debate on the nature of disability and reasserts the political power of the academic field of disability studies. Contents: Introduction / PART I: CONCEPTS AND ORIGINS / The Importance of Definitions in the Disablility Debate / The Origins of Disability Studies / The Rise of Disabling Capitalism / PART II: REPRESENTATIONS AND DISCOURSES / Ideology and the Disabled Individual / Constructing Disabled Identities / Creating the Disability Problem / PART III: AGENDAS AND ACTIONS / Dealing with Disabling Society / Resisting the Disabling Society / Doing Disability Studies May 2012 Paperback

192pp £21.99

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Critical Thinking Skills The latest edition of this bestselling title from Stella Cottrell is out

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A Full Life with Autism

Disability and Difference in Global Contexts

From Learning to Forming Relationships to Achieving Independence

Enabling a Transformative Body Politic

Chantal Sicile-Kira, Award-winning author, columnist, and speaker on autism; author of four other books and writer for The Huffington Post and Jeremy Sicile-Kira

Nirmala Erevelles, Associate Professor of Social Foundations of Education, University of Alabama, USA

Foreword by Temple Grandin

This book explores the possibilities and limitations re-theorizing disability using historical materialism in the interdisciplinary contexts of social theory, cultural studies, social and education policy, feminist ethics, and theories of citizenship. 

In this ground-breaking book, autism expert Chantal Sicile-Kira and her son Jeremy take on the challenge of planning for the full lifespan. Working together and drawing on the insights of others facing the same challenges, they offer real solutions to a host of difficult questions. April 2012 Paperback

256pp £11.99

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Understanding Disability From Theory to Practice Michael Oliver, Emeritus Professor of Disability Studies, University of Greenwich, UK

Oliver draws on his own experiences to paint a vivid picture of both the practical challenges of disablement and the theoretical understandings of disability. This approachable text is core reading for social work, nursing, health and social care and social science students taking modules in disability studies. August 2009 Paperback

216pp £20.99

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Contents: Making Bodies that Matter: The Political Economy of ‘Becoming’ (Disabled) / Of Ghosts and Ghetto Politics: Embodying Education Policy as if Disability Mattered / ‘Unspeakable’ Offenses: Disability Studies at the Intersection of Multiple Differences (with Andrea Minear) / Embodied Antimonies: Feminist Disability Studies Meets Third World Feminism / (Im) Material Citizens: Cognitive Disability, Race, and the Politics of Citizenship / The ‘Other’ Side of the Dialectic: Towards a Materialist Ethic of Care November 2011 240pp Hardback £52.00

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Culture and Media

Everyday Spirituality Social and Spatial Worlds of Enchantment Sara MacKian, Senior Lecturer in Health and Wellbeing, The Open University, UK

'This book is exciting, timely and raises key challenges for social science theory and methodology. It will contribute to debates not just about spirituality, but also about how we theorize the nature of the contemporary social world.' - Jennifer Mason, Professor of Sociology; Co-Director of the Morgan Centre for the Study of Relationships and Personal Life, University of Manchester, UK This book puts spirit back at the heart of spirituality. By exploring the everyday impacts of alternative spiritual beliefs and practices, the book examines contemporary spirituality and how critical social science can map and understand it. Contents: List of Figures / Acknowledgements / Introducing an Everyday Spirituality / ‘Spirituality Lite’ / Spirit and Re-enchantment / The Everyday / Self and Security / Spirits in the Social World / Spirits in the Material World / Therapeutic Spiritualities / Concluding the Journey: Where Have we Been and Where are we Going? / Appendix: Data Collection / Endnotes / Bibliography February 2012 Hardback

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Conspiracy Theories A Critical Introduction Jovan Byford, Lecturer in Psychology, The Open University, UK

Through a series of specific questions that cut to the core of conspiracism as a global social and cultural phenomenon this book deconstructs the logic and rhetoric of conspiracy theories and analyzes the broader social and psychological factors that contribute to their persistence in modern society. Contents: List of Figures / Acknowledgements / Introduction / Towards a Definition of Conspiracy Theories / Conspiracy Theories and their Vicissitudes / Anatomy of the Conspiracy Theory / Conspiracy Theory and Antisemitism / Psychology and Conspiracy Theory / Conclusion / References / Index October 2011 Hardback

192pp £50.00

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Brazilian Hip Hoppers Speak from the Margins We’s on Tape Derek Pardue, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and International and Area Studies, Washington University, USA

Based on more than five years of anthropological fieldwork in São Paulo, Brazil, this book highlights race, class, gender and territory to argue that Brazilian hip hoppers are subjects rather than objects of history and everyday life. This is the first ethnography in English to analyze Brazilian hip hop. November 2011 256pp Paperback £17.99

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Creativity and Cultural Production Issues for Media Practice Phillip McIntyre, Head of Discipline, Communication and Media, School of Design, Communication and IT, University of Newcastle, Australia

Cultural Sociology Series Series Editor: Ivo Kamps

Iconic Power Materiality and Meaning in Social Life

Phillip McIntyre presents the latest scholarly research into creativity and creative practice. The book provides insights to media practitioners and policy professionals, looking at television, radio, film, journalism, photography, popular music and new media in relation to psychology, sociology and cultural studies. November 2011 248pp Hardback £50.00

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Edited by Jeffrey C. Alexander, Lillian Chavenson Saden Professor of Sociology, Co-Director (with Ron Eyerman,) of the Center for Cultural Sociology (CCS), Dominik Maksymilian Bartmanski, Doctoral Student, Sociology Department, both at Yale University, USA and Bernhard Giesen, Professor of Sociology; Chair of the Department of Macrosociology, Universität Konstanz, Germany

A collection of original articles that explore social aspects of the phenomenon of icon. Having experienced the benefits and realized the limitations of so called ‘linguistic turn’, sociology has recently acknowledged a need to further expand its horizons. December 2011 272pp Hardback £62.50

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Lifestyle Media and the Formation of the Self Jayne Raisborough, Senior Lecturer in Applied Social Science, University of Brighton, UK

‘Be the best you can be' urge self-help books and makeover TV shows, but what kind of self is imagined as needing a makeover and what kind of self is imagined as the happy result? Drawing on recent sociology and psychology, this book explores the function of slummy mummies, headless zombies and living autopsies to creating an idea of self. January 2011 Hardback

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Constructing Irish National Identity

The Cultural Sociology of Political Assassination

Discourse and Ritual during the Land War, 18791882

From MLK and RFK to Fortuyn and van Gogh

Contents: Redeeming Ireland - The Historical Problem and a Model for Cultural Analysis / Historical Antecedents to the Irish Land War / Emergence of the Irish Land Movement, 1879 / Movement Expansion, 1880 / Consolidation of Irish Nationalist Identity, 1881 / Out of the Land War - Irish National Identity November 2011 298pp Hardback £65.00

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Cultural Investigation in the Social Sciences

Theorist Clifford Geertz’s influence extends far beyond Anthropology. This volume reflects the breadth of his influence, looking at Geertz as a theorist rather than as an anthropologist. To date there has been no impartial, comprehensive, and authoritative work published on this critical figure. 230pp £55.00 £18.00

November 2011 208pp Hardback £58.00 Paperback £19.99

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Edited by Jeffrey C. Alexander, Professor of Sociology, Philip Smith, Associate Professor of Sociology and Matthew Norton, PhD Candidate, all at Yale University, USA

June 2011 Hardback Paperback

Developing the theory of cultural trauma in regard to the shattering potential effects of political assassinations, Eyerman examines political and social life in three different national contexts: Martin Luther King, Bobby Kennedy, and Harvey Milk in the U.S.; Theo Van Gogh in the Netherlands; and Olof Palme and Anna Lindh in Sweden.

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Interpreting Clifford Geertz

London’s Olympic Legacy

Ron Eyerman, Professor of Sociology, ale University, USA

Anne Kane, Assistant Professor of the Social Sciences, the University of Houston-Downtown, USA

Author Anne Kane analyzes the intertwined cultural, political and social transformations that occur during historical events by focusing specifically on the case of the Irish Land War, a pivotal event in the formation of the modern Irish nation.

Sport and Leisure

Gillian Evans, Centre for Child-Focused Anthropological Research, Department of Human Sciences, Brunel University, UK

Drawing on ethnographic research inside the Olympic Park Legacy Company, this book examines the regeneration project element of the Games and charts the political and strategic organizational struggle to materialise legacy in the form of ‘a new piece of city’ built in and around the Olympic Park and sporting venues. Contents: List of Illustrations / Acknowledgements / Introduction / The Old World / The Special Purpose Vehicle: OPLC / The Land: Lineages and Language / The Artefacts I: LMF / The Artefacts II: SRF / The Artefacts III: Stadium and Media Centre / The Future / Notes / Bibliography / Index December 2012 256pp Hardback £55.00 Paperback £19.99

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Sport and Society in the Global Age Tim Marjoribanks, Professor of Management, La Trobe University, Australia and Karen Farquharson, Associate Professor; Head of Humanities, Art and Social Sciences, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

'This is a must read for any student of sociology and sports.' - Francesco Duina,Professor of Sociology, Bates College, USA ''[A] valuable introduction to contemporary research and debates about sport and societal processes, governance and global culture.' John Horne, Professor of Sport and Sociology, University of Central Lancashire, UK Comprehensive, accessible and insightful.' - Brett Hutchins, Co-Director of the Research Unit in Media Studies,Monash University, Australia From play and participation to fandom and social action, sport forms a huge part of our daily lives. Encompassing current topics such as e-gaming, racism and the ‘cyborg’ athlete, this clear and concise text allows students to engage with the social processes, regulation and cultures of sport in a global age. Contents: Introduction: Sport and Society in the Global Age / PART I: UNDERSTANDING SPORT AND SOCIETY / Theorizing Sport and Society / Researching Sport and Society / PART II: SPORT AND SOCIETAL PROCESSES / Sport, Race and Racism / Sport, Gender and Sexuality / Sport, National Identity and Nation Building / Sporting Bodies / PART III: REGULATING SPORT / Governing Sport: The Club, League and Global / The Politics of Sport Regulation / Sport and Social Justice / PART IV: GLOBAL CULTURES OF SPORT / The Global Athlete / The Transformation of Fandom / The Media and Consumption of Sport / PART V: CONCLUSION / Conclusion: Sport, Society and Sociology / Glossary October 2011 Hardback Paperback

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HIGHLIGHT The Palgrave Handbook of Olympic Studies Edited by Helen Lenskyj, Professor Emerita, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto, Canada and Stephen Wagg, Professor of Sport and Society, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

'At last! An impressive encyclopaedic work covering the good, bad, beautiful and the ugly in Olympism.' - Colin Tatz, Professor, University of New South Wales, Australia '...a comprehensive assessment of the modern Olympics.' - Steven Pope, co-editor of The Routledge Companion to Sports History and author of Patritoic Games: Sporting Traditions in the American Imagaination, 1876-1926 '...essential reading for anyone looking for a critical assessment of Olympic history, practice and theory.' - Tony Collins, Director of the International Centre for Sports History and Culture, De Montfort University, UK A comprehensive, state-of-the-art reference collection, bringing together an authoritative and international line-up of scholars to examine key social and political issues related to the Olympics. An essential, ‘one-stop’ volume for a wide range of academics, students and researchers. Contents: List of Illustrations / Acknowledgements / Introduction; H.Lenskyj & S.Wagg / PART I: THE MODERN OLYMPICS: PRE-HISTORY / The Ancient Olympics and the Modern: Mirror and Mirage; M.Golden / Pierre de Coubertin: Man and Myth; D.Chatziefstathiou / PART II: THE OLYMPICS: CASE STUDIES / The 1904 Olympic Games: Triumph or Nadir?; M.Dyreson & D.Lunt / The Nazi Olympics: Berlin 1936; D.Large / The Early Cold War Olympics, 1952-60: Political, Economic and Human Rights Dimensions; B.Keyes / The Winter Olympics: Geography is Destiny?; H.Lenskyj / Olympic Tales from the East: Tokyo, 1964, Seoul, 1988 and Beijing, 2008; J.Horne & W.Manzenreiter / The XXI Olympiad: Canada’s Claim or Montreal’s Gain? Political and Social Tensions Surrounding the 1976 Montreal Olympics; T.Teixeira / A Gold Medal for the Market: The 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, the Reagan Era, and the Politics of Neoliberalism; R.Gruneau & R.Neubauer / A Source of Crisis? Assessing Athens 2004; J.Karamichas / Bringing the Mountains into the City: Legacy of the Winter Olympics, Turin 2006; E.Dansero & A.Mela / The Social and Spatial Impacts of Olympic Image Construction: The Case of Beijing 2008; A.Broudehoux / Living Lula’s Passion? The Politics of Rio 2016; B.Clift & D.Andrews / PART III: THE OLYMPICS: DISCIPLINES / The Making - and Unmaking? - of the Olympic Corporate Class; A.Tomlinson / The Economics and Marketing of the Olympic Games from Bid Phase to Aftermath; C.Shaw / The Rings and the Box: Television Spectacle and the Olympics; G.Whannel / The Olympic Movement’s New Media Revolution: Monetization, Open Media and Intellectual Property; A.Miah & J.Jones / Myth, Heritage and the Olympic Enterprise; T.Rider & K.Wamsley / The Olympics, the Law and the Contradictions of Olympism; S.Greenfield, M.James & G.Osborn / PART IV: THE OLYMPICS: POLITICAL ISSUES / Tilting at Windmills: Olympic Politics and the Spectre of Amateurism; S.Wagg / Celebrate Humanity: Cultural Citizenship and the Global Branding of ‘Multiculturalism’; M.Giardina, J.Metz & K.Bunds / The Paralympic Movement: Empowerment or Disempowerment for People with Disabilities?; O.Schantz & K.Gilbert / The Olympics and the Environment; J.Karamichas / Securing the Olympic Games: Exemplifications of Global Governance; P.Boyle / The Use of Performance-Enhancing Substances in the Olympic Games: History and Critical Issues; I.Ritchie / The Olympic Industry and Women: An Alternative Perspective; H.Lenskyj / Disciplining Sex: ‘Gender Verification’ Politics and Women’s Sport; J.Schultz / The Love that Dare Not Speak its Name: Corruption and the Olympics; A.Jennings / ‘There Will Be No Law That Will Come Against Us’: A Foremost Episode of Indigenous Resistance and Activism Within Olympic History; C.O’Bonsawin / The Olympics and Indigenous Peoples: Australia; T.Bruce & E.Wensing / The Olympics of 2012: East London’s Renewal and Legacy; G.Poynter / The Olympics Games and Housing; H.Blunden / The Olympic Games and its Opponents; K.Zervas / PART V: THE OLYMPICS: FOR AND AGAINST / The Olympics: Why we Should Value Them; I.Henry / The Case Against the Olympic Games: The Buck Stops with the IOC; H.Lenskyj / Bibliography / Index http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=390548

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Qualitative Research for Physical Culture

Constructing Leisure

Serious Leisure and Nature

Historical and Philosophical Debates

Sustainable Consumption in the Outdoors

Karl Spracklen, Principal Lecturer in Socio-Cultural Aspects of Sport and Leisure, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

Pirkko Markula, Professor of Socio-cultural Studies of Physical Activity, University of Alberta, Canada and Michael Silk, Senior Lecturer in Sport, Education & Society, University of Bath, UK

A guide to qualitative research methods in the multidisciplinary field of physical culture. Developing an approach based on the ‘7 Ps’ of research, this text navigates a pathway through the research process that will be invaluable as a teaching tool and to experienced and inexperienced researchers alike. July 2011 Hardback Paperback

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This book provides an account of leisure through historical time, exploring the meaning and purpose of leisure in the past, and across different cultures.

Lee Davidson, Senior Lecturer, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand and Robert A. Stebbins, Faculty Professor, University of Calgary, Canada

Leisure activities undertaken in nature are immensely popular. This book examines the new serious leisure concept of nature challenge activity (NCA), exploring how NCA unfolds in an aesthetically appealing natural environment with implications for consumption and environmental sustainability. March 2011 Hardback

240pp £58.00

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The New Politics of Leisure and Pleasure

Myths and Milestones in the History of Sport

Edited by Peter Bramham, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK and Stephen Wagg, Professor of Sport and Society, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

Edited by Stephen Wagg, Professor of Sport and Society, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

The conventional history of sport, as conveyed by television and the sports press, has thrown up a great many apparent turning points, but knowledge of these apparently defining moments is often slight. This book offers readable, in-depth studies of a series of these watersheds in sport history and of the circumstances in which they came about. November 2011 328pp Hardback £55.00

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This book is about the new politics of leisure and pleasure - the values, practices, struggles and contradictions that now characterize the social worlds of rambling, drinking, tourism, sex, watching TV, gambling, using the internet, reading, comedy, sport, popular music and censorship.

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sport and leisure Global Culture and Sport Series Series Editors: Stephen Wagg and David Andrews The Global Culture and Sport series aims to contribute to and advance the debate about sport and globalization through engaging with various aspects of sport culture as a vehicle for critically excavating the tensions between the global and the local, transformation and tradition and sameness and difference. With studies ranging from snowboarding bodies, the globalization of rugby and the Olympics, to sport and migration, issues of racism and gender, and sport in the Arab world, this series showcases the range of exciting, pioneering research being developed in the field of sport sociology.

Discourses of Olympism From the Sorbonne 1894 to London 2012 Dikaia Chatziefstathiou, Senior Lecturer in Sociology of Sport and Leisure, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK and Ian P. Henry, Professor of Leisure Policy and Management; Director of the Institute of Sport and Leisure Policy, Loughborough University, UK

This book evaluates the moral project of Olympism, analzying the changing value positions adopted in relation to the ideology of Olympism across the period from the 1890s to the present day. The book also analyzes discourses of Olympism concerned with youth, governance, sport for development and international relations. August 2012 Hardback

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International Diplomacy and the Olympic Movement The New Mediators Aaron Beacom, Senior Lecturer in Sport Policy; Programme Leader for the MA in Applied Sport Development, University College Plymouth St. Mark and St. John, UK

An exploration of the relationship between diplomatic discourse and the Olympic movement, charting both its continuity and change from an historical perspective. August 2012 Hardback

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The Olympic Games and the Environment John Karamichas, Lecturer in Sociology, Queen’s University Belfast, UK

An examination of the environmental credentials of Olympic Host cities and the opportunities afforded by hosting the Games towards the ecological modernization of the host nation by using perspectives offered by environmental sociology. It also sets out projections for the environmental legacy of London 2012. Contents: Introduction / Olympic Games: A Quintessentially Modern Project / The Environmental Issue: Opposing Development and Progress / Environmental Concern and Environmental Sociology: Parallel Developments / Reflexive Modernisation: Connecting the Environment with Modernity and Modernisation / Olympic Games and the Environment / Olympic Games and Ecological Modernisation: Three Case Studies (Sydney, Athens, Beijing) / London 2012: Evaluating the Prospects / Concluding Remarks

Sport and Challenges to Racism

July 2012 Hardback

Edited by Jonathan Long, Professor and Karl Spracklen, Principal Lecturer in Socio-Cultural Aspects of Sport and Leisure, both at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

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Sport and International Development Edited by Roger Levermore, Lecturer in International Development, University of Liverpool, UK and Aaron Beacom, Senior Lecturer, University College Plymouth, UK

Investigating the capacity of sport to act both as a conduit for traditional development assistance activities and as an agent for change in its own right, this book, now in paperback, argues that sport can contribute to the development process, particularly where traditional development approaches have difficulty in engaging with communities. April 2012 Paperback

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Sport under Communism Behind the East German ‘Miracle’ Mike Dennis, Professor of Modern German History, University of Wolverhampton, UK and Jonathan Grix, Senior Lecturer in German Studies and Research Methodology, European Research Institute, University of Birmingham, UK

Based on original Stasi and Communist Party archival sources, this book uncovers why East Germany was for two decades running one of the most successful nations in the Summer and Winter Olympics, exploring how the central elite sports system was beset by internal tensions and disputes.

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Olympic Games, Mega-Events and Civil Societies

The Global Football League Transnational Networks, Social Movements and Sport in the New Media Age

Globalization, Environment, Resistance Edited by Graeme Hayes, Senior Lecturer; Director of French Studies, Aston University, UK and John Karamichas, Lecturer in Sociology, Queen's University, Belfast, UK

This volume explores sporting mega-events, their social, political, and cultural characters, the value systems that they inscribe and draw on, the claims they make on us and the claims the organisers make for them, the spatial and ethical relationships they create, and the responses of civil societies to them. November 2011 312pp Hardback £55.00

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Peter Millward, Lecturer in Sport Policy and Sport Sociology, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK October 2011 Hardback

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Snowboarding Bodies in Theory and Practice Holly Thorpe, Senior Lecturer, University of Waikato, New Zealand March 2011 Hardback

328pp £58.00

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Mahfoud Amara, Lecturer, University of Loughborough, UK

November 2011 208pp Hardback £55.00

Kaj Ilmonen, Founding Member of the European Network of the Sociology of Consumption and a pioneering theorist in the field

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This book explores the significance of sport in the understanding of past and current societal dynamics in the Arab world. It examines sport in relation to cultural, political and economic changes in the Arab World, including nation-state building, the formation of national identity and international relations in post-colonial context.

A Social and Economic Theory of Consumption

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Consumption

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Edited by Pekka Sulkunen, Senior Research Fellow, Social Research Institute of Alcohol Studies, Keijo Rahkonen, Head of Department, Department of Social Research, bothat University of Helsinki, Finland, Jukka Gronow, Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, Uppsala University, Sweden, Arto Noro, Senior Lecturer, Department of Social Research, University of Helsinki, Finland and Alan Warde, Professor of Sociology, University of Manchester, UK Translated by David Kivinen

Kaj Ilmonen was a pioneer in the third wave of the sociology of consumption. This book provides a balanced overview of the sociology of consumption, arguing that the enthusiasm of ‘the third wave’ exaggerated the role of the symbolic and imaginary at the expense of the materiality of human societies. Contents: Foreword / The Sociology of Consumption: A Brief History / Markets and the Neo-Liberal Utopia of Omnipotent Markets / Commodities and Consumption: General and Specific Features / Want, Need and Commodity / Consumption and the Necessary Economic Conditions for Consumption / The Use and Meanings of Money / Mechanisms of Consumption Choice and their General Cultural Framework / Consumption as Ideological Discourse / Consumption as Use: Our Relationship to Commodities December 2010 248pp Hardback £58.00

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The Sociology of Elite Distinction From Theoretical to Comparative Perspectives Jean-Pascal Daloz, CNRS Research Professor, University of Oxford, UK

'This ambitious book fills a yawning gap in the social scientific literature .' - Alan Warde, Professor of Sociology, University of Manchester, UK 'A superb, balanced and critical synthesis of the major theoretical and comparative works that deal with elite distinction...Daloz’s book fills a gap in the literature on elites.' - International Political Anthropology 'A whirlwind tour of erudition.' - Contemporary Sociology This major contribution to the study of consumption is the definitive book on elite distinction. Exploring how elite groups express and display their sense of authority through material and aesthetic attributes, the book argues that differences between societies, and across historical periods, challenge current understandings of elite distinction. Contents: Introduction / PART I: SOCIAL THEORY AND ELITE DISTINCTION / Classical Approaches to Social Emulation and Distinction / Major Subsequent Contributions / Grand Theories: Limits and Merits / PART II: KEY MANIFESTATIONS / External Signs of Superiority / Embodied Signs of Superiority / Vicarious Display / PART III: VARIABILITY / The Historicity of Elite Distinction: Selected Themes / Tradition, Fashion, Borrowing, Syncretism / Beyond Reductionism / Conclusion / Postscript March 2012 Paperback

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Consumption and Public Life

Eco-Standards, Product Labelling and Green Consumerism Magnus Boström, Associate Professor in Sociology and Environmental Lecturer, Södertörn University College, Sweden and Mikael Klintman, Associate Professor, Research Policy Institute, Lund University, Sweden

Series Editors: Frank Trentmann and Richard Wilk

The European Consumer Citizen in Law and Policy Jim Davies, Research Fellow, School of Law, University of Leicester, UK

This book examines the development of consumer characterizations in EU law and policy and argues a case for a limited conflation of the concepts of the consumer and the citizen. Contents: List of Figures / Acknowledgements / List of Abbreviations / Table of Cases / Table of Legislation / Introduction: European Consumer Citizenship Practice / From Cog to Cognisance: Evolution of the Consumer Citizen / European Consumer Citizenship: A Coherent Theoretical Model? / Boundaries of European Consumer Citizenship / The Relevance and Limitations of Consumer Citizenship Practice / Reflections, Transformations and Conclusions / Notes / / References / Index August 2011 Hardback

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Preface by Michele Micheletti

‘...a significant contribution that will be useful for all social scientists interested in environmental issues as well as in political consumerism. Not least, it will be of great interest to those interested in environmental governance and the role of businesses, voluntary instruments and consumers in making society more sustainable.’ - Acta Sociologica As conscientious consumers, we have become overwhelmed with scares over food contamination, climate change, chemical pollution and other environmental and health-related risks. This book explores green and politically engaged consumersim, asking the question: does green labelling offer ways toward a greener and more democratic society? Contents: Preface by Michele Micheletti / Preface to Paperback Edition by the Authors / Introduction: Green Consumerism, Green Labelling? / The Historical Context: Key Trends / Green Labels and other EcoStandards: A Definition / The Consumers’ Role: Trusting, Reflecting or Influencing? / Our Cases / Sceptical and Encouraging Arguments / Policy Contexts and Labelling / Three Framing Strategies: From a Complex Reality to a Categorical Label / Organizing the Labelling / Dealing with Mutual Mistrust / Green Labelling and Green Consumerism: Challenges and Horizons August 2011 Paperback

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Globesity, Food Marketing and Family Lifestyles

Multinational Retailers and Consumers in China

Stephen Kline, Professor of Communication, Simon Fraser University, Canada

'[This] book provides a richly detailed historical perspective.' - William Leiss, University of Ottawa, Canada This book examines the public controversies surrounding lifestyle risks in the consumer society. Comparing news coverage of the ‘globesity’ pandemic in Britain and the USA, it illustrates the way moral panic brought children’s food marketing to the centre of the policy debates about consumer lifestyles. December 2010 272pp Hardback £58.00

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Religion, Consumerism and Sustainability Paradise Lost?

This collection analyzes relationships between religious and consumption practices and cultures, and their diverse responses to ecological crisis, ranging from indifference to engagement.

This book investigates the transfer of parent country organizational practices by the retailers to their Chinese subsidiaries, providing insights into employment relations in multinational retail firms and changing labourmanagement systems in China, as well as their impact on consumer culture. Contents: List of Tables / List of Images / Preface / Acknowledgements / Notes on the Contributors / Introduction / China’s Retail Sector in Context / Transferring Human Resource Practices from the United Kingdom to China; with Q.Huang / Shopfloor Perceptions of Employment Practices at UK-Store in China / Transferring Organizational Practices: A Diachronic Perspective from China / Transferring Organizational Practices and the Dynamics of Hybridization: Japanese Retail Multinationals in China / Multinational Retailers in China: Proliferating ‘MCJobs’ or Developing Skills? / One Store, Two Employment Systems: Core, Periphery and Flexibility in China’s Retail Sector; with Q.Huang / The Rhetoric of the Consumer and Customer Control in China / Concluding Comments 272pp £55.00

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Volunteering and Society in the 21st Century Colin Rochester, Senior Visiting Research Fellow, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Management, University of Surrey, UK, Angela Ellis Paine, Research Fellow, ESRC Third Sector Research Centre (TSRC), University of Birmingham, UK; formerly Director, Institute for Volunteering Research and Steven Howlett, Senior Lecturer, Roehampton University, UK

'...a comprehensive and coherent overview of the multiple dimensions of volunteering.' - Lester M. Salamon, Founding Director, Principal Research Center for Civil Society Studies, Institute for Policy Studies, The Johns Hopkins University, USA '...a super book!' - Volunteering Magazine Expectations about the contribution that volunteering can make to society are at a new high. This book, now in paperback and with a major new foreword exploring the impact of the UK government’s ‘Big Society’ agenda on volunteering, brings together in one volume what is known about the volunteering phenomenon. Contents: Foreword / Introduction / Making Sense of Volunteering: Perspectives, Principles and Definitions / Capturing the Diversity of Voluntary Action / Profiling Voluntary Action: Who Does What? / UK Volunteering in International Perspective / A Changing Society / Government and Volunteering; Towards a History of Policy and Practice / The Changing Face of Volunteering Current and Future Trends / Motivation and Recruitment: Why and How do Volunteers Come? / Rewards and Retention: Why do Volunteers Stay? / Issues of Coordination and Management: How Can the Activities of Volunteers be Best Organised? / Measuring the Impact of Volunteering / Changing the Image of Volunteering / Making Volunteering Inclusive / Maintaining the Independence of Voluntary Action / Defending the Spirit of Volunteering from Formalisation / Voluntary Action in the 21st Century / References March 2012 Paperback

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Jos Gamble, Reader in Asia Pacific Business, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

July 2011 Hardback

Edited by Lyn Thomas, Deputy Director, London Metropolitan University, UK

December 2010 216pp Hardback £52.50

Transferring Organizational Practices from the United Kingdom and Japan

Work and Organizations

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The Contentious Politics of Unemployment in Europe

Changing Work and Community Identities in European Regions

Welfare States and Political Opportunities

Perspectives on the Past and Present

Edited by Marco Giugni, Department of Political Science, University of Geneva, Switzerland

This book provides a novel approach to unemployment as a contested political field in Europe and examines the impact of welfare state regimes, conceived as political opportunity structures specific to this field, public debates and collective mobilizations in unemployment politics.

November 2010 304pp Hardback £58.00

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Edited by John Kirk, Senior Research Fellow, Sylvie Contrepois, Senior European Research Fellow, both at Working Lives Research Institute, London Metropolitan University, UK and Steve Jefferys, Professor of European Employment Studies, University of North London, UK

This book juxtaposes the experiences of regions that have lived or are living through industrial transition in coal-mining and manufacturing centres throughout Europe, opening the way to a deeper understanding of the intensity of change and of how work helps shape new identities. October 2011 Hardback

272pp £55.00

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New Trade Union Activism Class Consciousness or Social Identity?

Transformation of the Employment Structure in the EU and USA, 1995-2007 Edited by Enrique Fernandez-Macias, Research Manager, John Hurley, Research Officer and Donald Storrie, Head of the Employment and Competitiveness Unit, all at European Foudnation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Republic of Ireland

This collection describes the changing structure of employment during the period of robust employment expansion that preceded the credit crunch and features contributions from a team of leading labour market researchers from Europe and the United States. March 2012 Hardback

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Sian Moore, Reader, Working Lives Research Institute, London Metropolitan University, UK

The past decade has seen the emergence of new types of trade union representatives attracting new and more diverse activists; this book explores their motivations and values, drawing upon the voices of the activists themselves and capturing the relationship between work, social identity and class consciousness. December 2010 208pp Hardback £50.00

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Rankings and the Reshaping of Higher Education The Battle for World-Class Excellence Ellen Hazelkorn, Director of Research and Enterprise; Dean of the Graduate Research School, Dublin Institute of Technology, Republic of Ireland

'Hazelkorn’s work is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding college rankings and the increasing impact they are having in the U.S. and globally.' - USnews.com '[an] excellent analysis.' - The Australian 'This is an important book that deserves to be read by academics, managers and policy-makers around the world.' - Australian Universities’ Review '...an important contribution to the understanding of the rankings phenomenon and ultimately stresses that the choice of indicators is crucial and needs to be considered in tandem with their consequences.' - LSE Blog University rankings have gained popularity around the world, and are now a significant factor shaping reputation. This book is the first comprehensive study of rankings from a global perspective, making an important contribution to our understanding of the rankings phenomenon. Contents: Introduction and Acknowledgements / Globalisation and Rankings / What Rankings Measure / Impact and Influence of Rankings - The View From Inside Higher Education / Rankings, Student Choice and Recruitment / Rankings and Policy Choices / Reshaping Higher Education / Appendix: Methodology / References March 2011 Hardback

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The Evaluative State, Institutional Autonomy and Higher Education in Western Europe The Prince and His Pleasure Guy Neave, Director of Research, International Association of Universities, Portugal Foreword by Alberto Amaral

This pioneering book examines how policies to raise efficiency and performance in Europe’s universities have profoundly altered ties between government, society and higher education, outlining how Evaluation Agencies have urged Europe’s universities to meet the challenge of modernization. Contents: Avant Propos / Foreword; A.Amaral / PART I: A WORLD SET UPSIDE DOWN / Setting the Scene / The Many Faces of Autonomy: Institutional, Positional and Linguistic. / The Evaluative State: a Formative Concept and an Overview / The Significance of Evaluative Homogeneity / PART II: RE-ENGINEERING TWO HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEMS / France: The Asterix Syndrome and the Exceptional Case / Strengthening the Evaluative State: Strategy, Values and Rhetoric / Discord Dissected: the French New University and some of its Discontents / Spain: Defining Autonomy, Setting up Evaluation / PART III: PORTUGAL A FOCUSED ACCOUNT / Portugal: Laying out the Higher Education Landscape / The Dynamic in Portugal’s Higher Education Policy / Re-focusing Institutional Autonomy: the 2007 Decree Law / Reform at the Edge that Cuts: The Institutional Level / Portuguese Higher Education Reform: Four Key Dimensions / PART IV: TWO CONCLUSIONS AND AN ENVOI / A Flight over the Evaluative State Evolving / Portugal and its Neighbours / Re-engineering the University: Policy as Endgame / Envoi: An Opening Gambit on a Board with no White Squares / Notes / References / Bibliography May 2012 Hardback

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New Managerialism in Education Commercialization, Carelessness and Gender

Edited by Marc Demeuse, Professor, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Mons, Belgium, David Greger, Senior Researcher, Faculty of Education, Charles University, Czech Republic, Jean-Yves Rochex, Professor of Education Sciences, Paris 8 University, France and Daniel Frandji, Senior Researcher, National Institute for Pedagogical Research, France

Kathleen Lynch, Professor of Equality Studies, University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland, Bernie Grummell, Lecturer, Departments of Education and Adult & Community Education, National University of Ireland, and Dympna Devine, Director, Social Science Research Centre, College of Human Sciences, University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland

This book examines the impact of neo-liberal reform on the traditional caring ethos of public services such as education, exploring how these reforms influence the appointment and experiences of senior management across the education sector. Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction / PART I: GOVERNANCE IN IRISH EDUCATION / New Managerialism as a Political Project: The Irish Case / The Culture of Governance in Irish Education / PART II: APPOINTING SENIOR MANAGERS / Research Preface: The Case Studies / Homosociability, Local Logics and Authenticity in the Appointments Process / Assessing Applicants: The Care Rules / PART III: BEING A SENIOR MANAGER / Leading Educators: The Emotional Work of Managing Identities / Crafting the Elastic Self: Gendered Experiences / The Careless Rules of the Game: Pregnancy, Child Care and Management / PART IV: LIVING AND FRAMING MARKETIZATION / New Managerialism, Carelessness and Gender / Framing Educational Agendas for Managers: The Role of the News Media / Bibliography / Index May 2012 Hardback

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This book analyzes policies in eight European countries that aim to intervene in the reproduction of social and educational inequalities. In order to understand why some policies succeed and others fail, it is necessary to look at education systems through cross-national comparison. Contents: List of Tables / Acknowledgements / Foreword; S.Power / Introduction: Towards a Comparison of Priority Education Policies in Europe; D.Frandji / Policy Interventions to Reduce Educational Inequalities: The Case of England; L.Antoniou, A.Dyson & C.Raffo / Priority Education Policies in Belgium: Two Modes of Regulation of the Effects of a Market Logic; N.Friant, M.Demeuse, A.Aubert-Lotarski & I.Nicaise / Twenty Five Years of Priority Education Policy in France: Dubious Specificity and Disappointing Results; J.Rochex / Greece: Educational Programmes in Support and Innovation; G.Varnava-Skoura, D.Vergidis & C.Kassimi / From the Invention of the Democratic City to the Management of Exclusion and Urban Violence in Portugal; J.Correia, I.Cruz, J.Rochex & L.Salgado / Priority Education Policies in the Czech Republic: Redesigning Equity Policies in the Post-Communist Transformation; D.Greger, M.Levínská & I.Smetáčková / Romania: A System in Evolution, Searching for its Conceptual References; C.Rus / Sweden: Priority Education Policies in Times of Decentralization and Individualization; G.Francia & L.Herrera / Conclusion: Priority Education Policies in Europe: From One ‘Age’ and One Country to Another; J.Rochex / Bibliography / Index January 2012 Hardback

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Student Mobilities, Migration and the Internationalization of Higher Education

Civic Republicanism and Civic Education The Education of Citizens Andrew Peterson, Senior Lecturer in Education, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

Rachel Brooks, Professor of Education, Brunel University, UK and Johanna Waters, Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Liverpool, UK

This book develops a comprehensive understanding of the motivations and experiences of students who choose to study abroad for the whole or part of a degree. It includes case studies of students from East Asia, Europe and the UK, and considers the implications of their movement for contemporary higher education. April 2011 Hardback

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This book critically explores civic republicanism in light of contemporary republican political theory and the influence of republican models of citizenship in recent developments in civic education across a number of Western nations.

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Young People and Sexuality Education Rethinking Key Debates Louisa Allen, Senior Lecturer, School of Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand

This book innovatively re-envisions the possibilities of sexuality education. Utilising student critiques of programmes it reconfigures key debates in sexuality education including: Should pleasure be part of the curriculum? Who makes the best educators? Do students prefer single or mixed gender classes? January 2011 Hardback

216pp £52.50

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Humanity 2.0 What it Means to be Human Past, Present and Future Steve Fuller, Professor of Sociology, University of Warwick, UK

'takes the debate up a level (if not several levels) in terms of active and considered engagement with the future.' - BioCentre, http://bit.ly/rthOsV ‘A brave and interesting book...Steve Fuller grasps this opportunity with gusto, in an accessible and wide-ranging overview.' - Professor Stephen Turner, University of South Florida, USA Social thinkers in all fields are faced with one unavoidable question: What does it mean to be human in the twenty-first century? This ambitious and groundbreaking book provides the first synthesis of historical, philosophical and sociological insights needed to address this question in a thoughtful and creative manner. Contents: Introduction: What is Humanity 2.0? / Humanity Poised Between Biology and Ideology / Defining the Human: The Always Ready - Or Never To Be - Object of the Social Sciences? / A Policy Blueprint for Humanity 2.0: The Converging Technologies Agenda / A Theology 2.0 for Humanity 2.0: Thinking Outside the Neo-Darwinian Box / Conclusion: In Search of Humanity 2.0’s Moral Horizon - Or, How to Suffer Smart in the 21st Century October 2011 Hardback Paperback

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Technology & Social Theory Steve Matthewman, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Auckland, New Zealand

'A well informed and readable account of approaches to technology in sociological thought, organised in a clear and comprehensive way.' - Adrian Mackenzie, Lecturer in Sociology, Lancaster University, UK '[A] rigorous, succinct and sophisticated analysis of a such wide body of literature.' - David Mercer, Associate Professor, Convener of Science and Technology Studies, University of Wollongong, Australia Technology is not a new development; its novelty lies in its total domination of our social lives. This book uses social theory to make sense of the growing role of technology in our lives at home, at work or at leisure. Drawing on the latest empirical work, it gives a clear sociological analysis of technology for all social science students. Contents: Introduction / Theorising Technology / Marx, Modernity and the Machine / Constructing the Modern: Human-Built World / The Politics of Artefacts / The Social Construction of Technology / The Socio-Technical Construction of Society: Actor-Network Theory / Left to Our Own Devices: Subjective Machines / Objective Life: Things and Social Theory / Conclusion: We Have Always Been Posthuman September 2011 224pp Hardback £60.00 Paperback £21.99

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The Cosmopolitanization of Science

Capitalism and Climate Change

Stem Cell Governance in China

Theoretical Discussion, Historical Development and Policy Responses

Joy Yueyue Zhang, Research Officer, BIOS Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

Focussing on China’s stem cell research, this book investigates how, over the last decade, Chinese scientists, ethicists and policy-makers have developed a cosmopolitan sensibility in comprehending and responding to ethical and regulatory concerns. Contents: List of Illustrations / Acknowledgements / List of Acronyms / Note on Transliteration / Cosmopolitanization and China’s Stem Cell Research: An Introduction / Regulatory Framework and Early Administrative Rationales / Research Motivations for Stem Cell Research / Emerging Reflexivity in Transnational Communication / Tizhi Wenti I: The Social Organization of Stem Cell Research / Tizhi Wenti II: Governance on Research Funding and Performance Evaluation / Stem Cell Therapy and the Governance of Uncertainty / Conclusion / Notes / Bibliography April 2012 Hardback

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Social Movements, Public Spheres and the European Politics of the Environment Green Power Europe? Hein-Anton van der Heijden, Senior Lecturer, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

This book analyzes how the European environmental movement has influenced the problem definitions and solution strategies of European policy issues, examining biodiversity, GMOs, Trans-European Transport Networks, and climate change. December 2010 232pp Hardback £58.00

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Max Koch, Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, Lund University, Sweden

This book discusses climate change as a social issue, examining the incompatibility of capitalist development and Earth’s physical limits and how these have been regulated in different ways. It addresses the links between modes of consumption, energy regimes and climate change during Fordism and finance-driven capitalism. Contents: Dedication / List of Tables / List of Abbreviations / Acknowledgement / Introduction / PART I: CAPITALIST DEVELOPMENT AND THE REGULATION OF SOCIETY AND NATURE / Nature and the Work Process / Capitalism, Nature and Climate Change: A Structural Analysis / The Regulation of Nature and Society in Different Capitalist Growth Strategies / PART II: FORDISM / The Origins of a New Accumulation Regime / The Geographic Extension of Fordism / Mode of Societalisation and Consumption Norm / A Fossil Energy Regime / PART III: FINANCEDRIVEN CAPITALISM / The Rise of a Finance-Driven Accumulation Regime / The Recomposition of the International Division of Labour / A Worldwide Consumption Norm (Based on Debt) and the Financial Crisis / The Globalisation of the Fossil Energy Regime / PART IV: THE INTERNATIONAL REGULATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE OR THE COMMODIFICATION OF THE ATMOSPHERE / Multinational Governance in an Unequal World: The Kyoto Process and the Actors Involved / Theory and Practice of Carbon Emission Trading: The Case of the EU ETS / The Flaws of FreeMarket Solutions for Climate Change Prevention and their Homology to a Finance-Driven Accumulation Regime / Concluding Remarks / Endnotes / Index October 2011 Hardback

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British Sociology’s Lost Biological Roots A History of Futures Past Chris Renwick, Lecturer in Modern British History, University of York, UK

Hazardous Wastes, Industrial Disasters, and Environmental Health Risks

January 2012 Hardback

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Anouk Ride, Journalist and Ph.D. Candidate in Conflict Resolution; Ride has written and edited for newspapers and magazines in Australia, the UK, and the USA and Diane Bretherton, Peace Psychologist; formerly Chair of the Committee for the Psychological Study of Peace for the International Association of Psychological Science

Local and Global Environmental Struggles Francis O. Adeola, Professor of Sociology, University of New Orleans, USA

A new and innovative account of British sociology’s intellectual origins that uses previously unknown archival resources to show how the field’s forgotten roots in a late nineteenth and early twentieth-century debate about biology can help us understand both its subsequent development and future potential. Contents: List of Illustrations / Preface / Foreword; S.Fuller / Acknowledgements / Introduction / PART I / Political Economy, the BAAS and Sociology / PARTII / Francis Galton and the Science of Eugenics / Patrick Geddes’ Biosocial Science of Civics / L. T. Hobhouse’s Evolutionary Philosophy of Reform / PART III / The Origins and Growth of the Sociological Society / The End of Biological Sociology in Britain / Conclusion / Notes / Bibliography

Community Resilience in Natural Disasters

The sociology of hazardous waste, risk, and disasters is a relatively new discipline. This book focuses on hazardous and toxic wastes releases, industrial toxic disasters, contamination of communities and the environment, and the subsequent adverse health effects among exposed populations.

Contents: PART I: HAZARDOUS WASTES, DISASTERS AND HEALTH RISKS / Sociology of Hazardous Wastes, Disasters, and Risk / Hazardous and Toxic Wastes as Social Problems / Taxonomy of Hazardous Wastes / PART II: ELECTRONIC WASTES, PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS, AND HEALTH EFFECTS / Electronic Waste: The Dark Side of High-Tech Revolution / Environmental Health Risks of Persistent Organic Compounds / PART III: CONTAMINATED COMMUNITIES AND REGULATORY RESPONSES / Communities Contaminated by Toxic Wastes and Industrial Disasters: Selected Cases / The Regulatory Frameworks / PART IV: CONCLUSION / Critical Environmental Justice Movement October 2011 Hardback

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Told through the voices of local community leaders, this book analyzes how communities respond to natural disasters and how outsiders contribute positively - or negatively - to their response, promoting debate on the role of aid and the media in times of crisis. Contents: Introduction / Indonesia; D.Pelupessy, D.Bretherton & A.Ride / Pakistan; A.Bedar, D.Bretherton & A.Ride / Solomon Islands; A.Ride & D.Bretherton / Kenya; S.Knoll, V.Roos, D.Bretherton & A.Ride / Myanmar; W.Poussard & J.Hayter / Community Resilience in Natural Disasters; D.Bretherton & A.Ride August 2011 Hardback

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The New Economics of Sustainable Consumption

Urban Studies

Seeds of Change Gill Seyfang, RCUK Academic Fellow, Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment, University of East Anglia, UK

'Dr Seyfang’s groundbreaking book offers a fresh look at sustainable consumption, presenting a holistic new economics approach.' - Irish News 'A much needed means for thinking simultaneously about the social, technical and political dynamics of shifting systems of provision.' - Environmental Politics 'Highly recommended.' - E-Journal of Solidarity, Sustainability and Nonviolence A fresh look at sustainable consumption, exploring how grassroots community action can spread ideas in society. It presents a ‘New Economics’ approach based on alternative measures of wealth and value, examining how these are put into practice through local organic food systems, low-impact ecohousing, and complementary currencies. Contents: Introduction: A Consuming Issue / Sustainable Consumption: A Mainstream Agenda / Sustainable Consumption and the New Economics / Grassroots Innovations for Sustainable Consumption / Sustainable Food: Growing Carrots and Community / Sustainable Housing: Building a Greener Future / Sustainable Currencies: Green Money from The Grassroots / Conclusions: Seedbeds for Sustainable Consumption / References August 2011 Paperback

240pp £19.99

Place, Identity & Everyday Life in a Globalizing World

Neoliberal Urbanism and its Contestations Crossing Theoretical Boundaries Edited by Jenny Künkel, Doctoral Student and Margit Mayer, Professor, John F Kennedy Institute for North American Studies and both at Department of Political Science, Freie University Berlin, Germany

Harvey Perkins, Professor of Planning, University of Auckland, New Zealand and David C. Thorns, Professor of Sociology, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

How do our everyday experiences and environments inform who we are? Covering current topics, from virtual spaces to migration, this book connects daily life and identity with broader structural and global processes. With vivid examples highlighting the interdependence of place and society, it is a key text across the social sciences. Contents: Introduction / PART I: ESTABLISHING A FRAMEWORK / Place, Identity and Everyday Life / Everyday Life in a Globalizing World / PART II: ORGANIZING AND LIVING IN OUR EVERYDAY WORLDS / Cities and Region / Houses and Homes / Virtual Places and Spaces / Places of Consumption / PART III: A FINITE WORLD? / Sustaining the Places in which we Live / Sustainable Housing, Neighbourhoods and Communities / Place, Identity and Everyday Life in a Globalizing World Revisited November 2011 224pp Hardback £55.00 Paperback £19.99

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This volume brings a plurality of approaches from political economic to Foucauldian - to bear on the broad range of contestations around urban neoliberalism. The contributors explore the range of resistant agency and reveal the heterogeneity of intersecting power relations that movements mobilize against. Contents: Acknowledgements / Notes on the Contributors / PART I: THEORETICAL DEBATES: COMPETING APPROACHES IN THE STUDY OF URBAN NEOLIBERALISM / Introduction: Neoliberal Urbanism and its Contestations - Crossing Theoretical Boundaries; M.Mayer & J.Künkel / Towards Deep Neoliberalization?; N.Brenner, N.Theodore & J.Peck / The Limits of Neoliberalism: Is the Concept of Neoliberalism Helpful in the Study of Urban Policy?; C.Pickvance / Grounding Social Struggles in the Age of ‘Empire’; E.Bareis & M.Bojadzijev / Cultural Political Economy, Strategic Essentialism, and Neoliberalism; B.Jessop & N.Sum / PART II: EMPIRICAL CASES / Urban Development and the Creative Class in a Neoliberal Age: Two Case Studies in Toronto; U.Lehrer / City Improvement Districts and ‘Territorialized Neoliberalism’ in South Africa (Johannesburg, Cape Town); S.Didier, M.Morange & E.Peyroux / Neoliberalization at a Crossroads? Transcolonial Hong Kong; C.Cartier / Reassembling the Political Life of Community: Naturalizing Neoliberalism in Amman; C.Parker & P.Debruyne / Governing the Favela; S.Lanz / ‘These Dolls are an Attraction’. Othering and Normalizing Sex Work in a Neoliberal City; J.Künkel / Conclusion: Implications of Urban Theory for Social Movements; M.Mayer & J.Künkel / Index October 2011 Hardback

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The City of the Senses Urban Culture and Urban Space Kimberly DeFazio, teaches in the English Department, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, USA; her writings have appeared in such journals as Nature, Society and Thought, and Textual Practice and in the edited collection Confronting Universalities: Aesthetics and Politics under the Sign of Globalisation

Offers an innovative, interdisciplinary approach which opens up new ways of understanding urban culture and space. The author approaches the city as essentially a ‘material’ place where people live, work, and participate in social practices within historical limits set not by sensory experience or cultural meanings but material social conditions. Contents: The City of Exchange and the Senses / The (Dis)Continuous City / The Urban (Un)seen / Materialism, the Sensuous City, and the Materialist Analytics of Perception / Aesthetics and the Global Polis / Designing the Senses: IKEA and the Urban Emporium October 2011 Hardback

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International Perspectives on Suburbanization

Cities in Contemporary Africa Edited by Martin J. Murray, Professor, Department of Sociology, State University of New York-Binghamton, USA and Garth A. Myers, Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Kansas, USA

A Post-Suburban World? Edited by Nicholas A. Phelps, Professor of Urban and Regional Development, University College London, UK and Fulong Wu, Professor of East Asian Planning and Development, School of City and Regional Planning, Cardiff University, UK

New urban developments such as office blocks, warehouses and retail complexes are increasinglycommon in outer city regions across the world. This book examines the processes of post-suburbanization in international perspective, exploring how developments across the world might be considered post-suburban. September 2011 312pp Hardback £55.00

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This book explains how and why cities on the African continent have grown at such a rapid pace, how municipal authorities have tried to cope with this massive influx of people, and how long-time urban residents and new-comers interact, negotiate, and struggle over access to limited resources. July 2011 Paperback

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Planning World Cities Globalization and Urban Politics 2nd edition Peter Newman, Director, Centre for Urban and Regional Governance, University of Westminster, UK and Andy Thornley, Director of Regional and Urban Planning Studies, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK June 2011 Hardback Paperback

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Social Movements in Latin America

The Paradox of Urban Space

Neoliberalism and Popular Resistance

Inequality and Transformation in Marginalized Communities

James Petras, Professor Emeritus in Sociology, Binghamton University, USA; Adjunct Professor in International Development Studies, Saint Mary’s University, Canada and Henry Veltmeyer, Professor of Development Studies, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, Mexico; Professor of Sociology and International Development Studies, St. Mary’s University, Canada

The authors trace out the development of capitalism and U.S. imperialism in Latin America in the latest phase of this development, from the installation of the new world order of neoliberal globalization in the early 1980s to the present when U.S. imperialism is held at bay, neoliberalism is in decline, and capitalism is in crisis. January 2011 Hardback

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Edited by Sharon E. Sutton, Professor, Department of Agriculture and Susan P. Kemp, Charles O. Cressey Endowed Associate Professor, School of Social Work, both at University of Washington, USA

As racially-based inequalities and spatial segregation deepen, further strained by emergent problems associated with climate change, ever-widening differences between wealth and poverty, and the economic crisis, this book issues a timely call for just, sustainable development. January 2011 Hardback

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The Politics of Urban Governance Jon Pierre, Professor of Political Science, Department of Government, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

'This is an incisive and much-needed analysis of contemporary urban politics and governance. Synthesizing research from around the world, Jon Pierre shows why urban politics matters more than ever in today’s context of globalized networks.' - Patrick Le Galès, Centre for European Studies February 2011 Paperback

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Social Policy and Welfare

Social Quality From Theory to Indicators Edited by Laurent J. G. Van Der Maesen, Director of the European Foundation on Social Quality, International Institute for Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands andAlan Walker, Professor of Social Policy, University of Sheffield, UK

This collection sets out the latest research on the concept of ‘social quality’, developing its theoretical foundations and applying it to pressing policy issues such as the future of the European Union and sustainable global development. Contents: Foreword / List of Tables and Figures / Notes on Contributors / Introduction; L.van der Maesen & A.Walker / European and Global Challenges; L.van der Maesen & A.Walker / Theoretical Foundations; W.Beck, L.van der Maesen & A.Walker / Conceptual Location of Social Quality; P.Herrmann, L.van der Maesen & A.Walker / Social Quality Indicators; P.Herrmann, L.van der Maesen & A.Walker / Socio-Economic Security; D.Gordon / Social Cohesion; Y.Berman & D.Phillips / Social Inclusion; A.Walker & C.Walker / Social Empowerment; P.Herrmann / The Functions of Social Quality Indicators; L.van der Maesen / Social Quality and Sustainability; L.van der Maesen & A.Walker / References / Index December 2011 336pp Hardback £55.00

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Race, Multiculture & Social Policy Alice Bloch, Professor of Sociology, City University London, UK, Sarah Neal, Lecturer, The Open University, UK and John Solomos, Professor of Sociology, City University London, UK

Exploring the relationship between race, multiculture and social policy, this text unpacks theoretical and political debates about social exclusion, social justice and policy intervention. From health to housing, employment to education, the text provides comprehensive analysis of social policy in a multicultural society. Contents: PART I: POLITICS AND POLICY / Multiculture, Social Policy and Justice / Policy Approaches to Race and Multiculture / PART II: POLICY ARENAS / Migration / Housing / Education / Health / Employment / Policing / PART III: POLICY FUTURES / Changing Policy Agendas and Future Trends October 2012 Hardback Paperback

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Faith and Social Capital After the Debt Crisis

European Capitalist Welfare Societies

The Laughter of Bishops

The Problem of Sustainability

Adam Dinham, Reader, Goldsmiths University, UK

Patricia Frericks, Assistant Professor, Institute for Sociology, University of Hamburg, Germany and Robert Maier, Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

This book explores what becomes of faiths when seen as social capital. In the grip of the current debt crisis, where the social and capital seem increasingly unbalanced, this book examines whether faiths can help rebalance society through drawing communities together. Contents: List of Tables and Figures / Preface / Faith Beyond Social Capital / Relationships in Ordinary / Faiths, Public Policy and the Rise of Social Capital / Capital, Social Capital and Religious Capital / Capitalism-Fetishism? / Magnifying the Market / Faith in Markets / Prophets or Profits? / An Alternative Discourse of Faith / References / Bibliography May 2012 Hardback

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Social versus Corporate Welfare

Transformations of the Swedish Welfare State

Europeanization, Care and Gender

Competing Needs and Interests within the Welfare State

From Social Engineering to Governance?

Global Complexities

Edited by Bengt Larsson, Associate Professor and Martin Letell, Post-doctoral Researcher and Håkan Thörn, Professor of Sociology, all at Department of Sociology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

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Drawing on comparative data from a number of countries, this book examines the size, uses and importance of corporate welfare in a number of welfare states. Contents: List of Tables / List of Figures / Preface and Acknowledgements / Corporate Welfare Versus Social Welfare: Competing Needs and Interests within the Welfare State / The Political Economy of Social-Corporate Welfare: Competing Interests and Competing Needs within Various Capitalisms / Globalisation, Competing Interests and Governance / Varieties of Support within Various Capitalisms / Corporate Welfare Programmes / Welfare and the Global Economic Crisis / Conclusion / Notes / Bibliography / Index January 2012 Hardback

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Using an analytical framework based on Foucault’s concept of governmentality and through unique casestudies, this volume explores the ongoing transformations taking place in the Swedish welfare state. Contents: PART I: APPROACHING THE SWEDISH MODEL / PART II: SECURITY AND CONTROL / PART III: PUBLIC HEALTH / PART IV: THE CITY

This collection addresses the complexity of care arrangements in contemporary Europe, developing new insights into debates about the care crisis, gender equality, the division of work and the reconciliation of care and work. October 2011 Hardback

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Welfare State Transformations Comparative Perspectives Edited by Martin Seeleib-Kaiser, Reader in Comparative Social Policy and Politics, Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of Oxford, UK

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This edited volume provides new empirical evidence of far-reaching changes to welfare states globally, which have changed the boundaries of the ‘public’ and ‘private’ domain within the mixed economies of welfare. Various modes of policy intervention are investigated, providing a nuanced account of reforms in the past decade. August 2011 Paperback

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Globalized Labour Markets and Social Inequality in Europe Edited by Hans-Peter Blossfeld, Professor of Sociology, Sandra Buchholz, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Dirk Hofäcker, Researcher, State Institute for Family Research and Kathrin Kolb, Researcher, Department of Sociology, all at University of Bamberg, Germany

Based on contributions from international experts, this volume provides an up-to-date account of globalization’s influences on individual life courses in nine different modern societies, and of cross-nationally varying political strategies to mediate this influence. October 2011 Hardback

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Collective Action for Social Change An Introduction to Community Organizing Aaron Schutz, Associate Professor; Chair, Department of Education Policy and Communication Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA and Marie G. Sandy, formerly Deputy Director, Wider Opportunities for Women in Washington, USA, where, among other efforts, she worked with organizing groups around the nation in fights over welfare reform

This book draws from both authors’ extensive experience participating in community organizing efforts and teaching courses on community organizing to novices. April 2011 Hardback Paperback

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Work and Welfare in Europe Series Editors: Denis Bouget and Jochen Clasen

Women on Corporate Boards and in Elite Management European Trends and Policy Edited by Colette Fagan, Professor of Sociology, University of Manchester, UK, Maria González Menèndez, Senior Lecturer and Silvia Gómez Ansón, Associate Professor of Finance and Accountancy, both at University of Oviedo, Spain

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Quality of Life and Work in Europe Theory, Practice and Policy Edited by Margareta Bäck-Wiklund, Professor and Chair of Centre for Public Sector Research, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Tanja van der Lippe, Professor, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, Laura den Dulk, Assistant Professor, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands and Anneke Doorne-Huiskes, Professor Emeritus, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

This book examines the international trends and associated developments in gender equality policy including corporate governance such as gender quotas. International comparative analysis is combined with detailed analysis of eight European countries with different policy regimes and trajectories. April 2012 Hardback

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Intense globalization, rapidly changing workplaces and family patterns have renewed the international interest in quality of life. This book examines different institutional arrangements, work-place conditions and gendered work and care that affect the conditions for achieving quality of work and life in European countries. March 2011 Hardback

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Labour Market Flexibility and Pension Reforms

Activation and Labour Market Reforms in Europe

The EU and the Domestic Politics of Welfare State Reforms

Flexible Today, Secure Tomorrow?

Challenges to Social Citizenship

Europa, Europae

Edited by Karl Hinrichs, Professor, University of Bremen, Germany and Matteo Jessoula, Assistant Professor, University of Milan, Italy

Edited by Sigrid Betzelt, Professor of Social Sciences, Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany and Silke Bothfeld, Professor of Political Management, University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Edited by Paolo Graziano, Universita Bocconi, Italy, Sophie Jacquot, Researcher, Centre d’Etudes Europeennes, Sciences Po, France and Bruno Palier, Chargé de Recherches, CNRS, France

June 2011 Hardback

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This volume analyzes and compares seven EU countries’ labour market and pension reforms in order to assess whether income security in old age will still be ensured in the future.


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Working Poverty in Europe

Edited by Birgit Pfau-Effinger, Professor for Sociology; Co-Director, Globalization and Governance Research Institute, University of Hamburg, Germany and Tine Rostgaard, Senior Researcher, Danish National Centre for Social Research, Denmark

Edited by Neil Fraser, Honorary Fellow, School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh, UK, Rodolfo Gutierrez, Professor of Sociology, University of Oviedo, Spain and Ramon Pena-Casas, Senior Researcher, European Social Observatory, Belgium

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Work-Life Balance in Europe The Role of Job Quality Edited by Sonja Drobnic, Professor, Institute of Sociology, University of Hamburg, Germany and Ana M. Guillén, Full Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, University of Oviedo, Spain

Examining the debate on quality of jobs in Europe, this book focuses on the work-life balance - a central element of the EU agenda. It addresses tensions between work and private life, examining job quality, job security, working conditions and time-use patterns of individuals and households as well as institutional contexts. June 2011 Hardback

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An Introduction to Social Anthropology Sharing Our Worlds 2nd edition Joy Hendry, Emeritus Professor of Anthropology, Oxford Brookes University, UK

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Seeds of Revolution The Culture and Politics of the Great Famine in the Irish Northwest Joan Vincent, Professor Emerita, Barnard College, Columbia University, USA; Senior Fellow, Research Institute for the Study of Man; a noted political anthropologist and a pioneer in the development of historical ethnography and the anthropology of gender

Provides a micro-historical study and narrative ethnography of the Irish famine in County Fermanagh. Viewing the famine as a man-made process, and exploring the voices of the residents of Fermanagh as they attempt to understand and address the suffering around them. December 2011 256pp Hardback £35.00

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This collection examines human-animal relations and the different ways in which they can be understood, exploring animal rights and animal welfare; whether and under what circumstances animals are regarded as social actors with agency; media representations of human-animal relations; and the relation between animals and national identity. Contents: List of Tables, Figures and Photographs / Acknowledgements / Human-animal Connections: An Introduction; B.Carter & N.Charles / PART I / The Eternal Return of Sociology’s Repressed Biological Unconscious; S.Fuller / Animal Practices; J.Law & M.Miele / PART II / My Family and Other Animals: Pets as Kin; N.Charles & C.Davies / Contested Meanings and Canine Bodies; C.Molloy / The Discursive Representation of Nonhuman Animals in a Culture of Denial; K.Morgan & M.Cole / Human Primacy Identity Politics, Nonhuman Animal Experiments and the Oppression of Nonhuman Animals; K.Peggs / ‘Most Farmers Prefer Blondes’: Social Intersectionality and Species Relations; E.Cudworth / A Good Kill: Socio-technical Organisations of Farm Animal Slaughter; M.Higgin, A.Evans & M.Miele / An Improper Nature: Introduced Animals and ‘Species Cleansing’ in Australia; A.Franklin / On the Prowl with the Possum Posse: Nature and Nation in Aotearoa/New Zealand; P.Gruffudd / Power, Agency and a Different Future; B.Carter & N.Charles / Index October 2011 Hardback

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Social Lives with Other Animals Erika Cudworth, Senior Lecturer in Politics and Sociology, School of Social Sciences, University of East London, UK

A provocative sociological account of human relations with non-human animals, providing an innovative theorization of the social relations of species in terms of complex systemic relations of domination, looking at ways Other animals are constitutive of human social lives at the dinner table, as livestock and as companions in our homes. April 2011 Hardback

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The Bully Action Guide How to Help Your Child and Get Your School to Listen Edward F. Dragan, EdD Expert on student safety in school; he has worked as a principal and as a teacher and has spent 11 years at the New Jersey Department of Education, USA

Bullying used to be thought of as an unpleasant rite of passage, but now psychologists are realizing that it does real harm. As many as forty percent of children report that they have experienced bullying at school or online through their school community. May 2011 Paperback

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The Self-Aware Parent Fran Walfish, Leading Child and Family Therapist in Private Practice

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Peter Fraenkel, Founder; Director, Ackerman Institute Center for Work and Family, City University of New York, USA; formerly Director of the Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program, Child Study Centre, New York University; Consultant for Real Simple

Why Treating Animals Better is Critical to Human Welfare

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INDEX

Activation and Labour Market Reforms in Europe Betzelt Bothfeld

16

Beacom International Diplomacy and the Olympic Movement

British Sociology’s Lost Biological Roots Renwick

65

57

Beier The Militarization of Childhood

42

Brooks Aleem Button Fraud, Corruption and Sport

16

Bamfield Shopping and Crime

A 72

Adeola Hazardous Wastes, Industrial Disasters, and Environmental Health Risks 65

Being Sociological Matthewman West-Newman Curtis 4

Adoption, Family and the Paradox of Origins Sales

46

Bell Criminal Justice and Neoliberalism

The Aesthetics of Cute in Contemporary Japanese Art Wong

36

Akhtar Animals and Public Health

74

Alcock Social Policy in Britain

69

Alcock Understanding Poverty

69

Alexander Bartmanski Giesen Iconic Power

53

Betzelt Bothfeld Activation and Labour Market Reforms in Europe 72

Alexander Smith Norton Interpreting Clifford Geertz

54

Biggeri Ballet Comim Children and the Capability Approach

Allan Crow Hawker Stepfamilies

46

Allen Young People and Sexuality Education 63 Amara Sport, Politics and Society in the Arab World The American Family Peterson del Mar

58 45

Andrijasevic Migration, Agency and Citizenship in Sex Trafficking 23 Animals and Public Health Akhtar

74

Antimilitarism Cockburn

26

Archard The Family: A Liberal Defence

45

Armbruster Meinhof Negotiating Multicultural Europe 30 Ascher Heffron Cultural Change and Persistence 5 Attias-Donfut Cook Hoffman Waite Citizenship, Belonging and Intergenerational Relations in African Migration 22

B Bäck-Wiklund van der Lippe den Dulk DoorneHuiskes Quality of Life and Work in Europe

71

Bajc Security, Surveillance and the Olympic Games

17

Balancing Liberty and Security Moss

16

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14

Benjamin Rom Feminism, Family, and Identity in Israel 38 Benton Craib Philosophy of Social Science

6

Bertin The Family ADHD Solution

74

Between Feminism and Materialism Howie

38

Bilton Bonnett Jones Lawson Skinner Stanworth Webster Introductory Sociology

42 4

Black Subjects in Africa and Its Diasporas Talton Mills

28

Black Woman’s Burden Rousseau

37

Blades, Blood and Bandages McShane

49

Bloch Neal Solomos Race, Multiculture & Social Policy

69

Blossfeld Buchholz Hofäcker Kolb Globalized Labour Markets and Social Inequality in Europe 71 Bluhm Jaap Jacobson Maibom Neurofeminism 34

Brooks Waters Student Mobilities, Migration and the Internationalization of Higher Education 63 Budgeon Third-Wave Feminism and the Politics of Gender in Late Modernity 36 The Bully Action Guide Dragan

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Byford Conspiracy Theories

53

C Campbell Ettorre Gendering Addiction

49

Cantle Community Cohesion

26

Cantle Interculturalism: The New Era of Cohesion and Diversity

26

Capitalism and Climate Change Koch

64

Care Between Work and Welfare in European Societies Pfau-Effinger Rostgaard 72 Carter Charles Human and Other Animals

73

Castanha The Myth of Indigenous Caribbean Extinction

30

Cattell Poverty, Community and Health

47

The Challenges of Vulnerability Misztal

5

Changing Work and Community Identities in European Regions Kirk Contrepois Jefferys

61

Chatwin Drug Policy Harmonization and the European Union

14

Body Piercing and Identity Construction Romanienko

31

Body, Nation, and Narrative in the Americas Pitt

26

Body-Gendrot Globalization, Fear and Insecurity

Chicana/o Subjectivity and the Politics of Identity Gallego

27

17

Bolton Film and Female Consciousness

37

Child Soldiers: From Recruitment to Reintegration Özerdem Podder

42

Boström Klintman Eco-Standards, Product Labelling and Green Consumerism

Childhood and Society Wyness

40

59

Children and Armed Conflict Cook Wall

43

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Children and the Capability Approach Biggeri Ballet Comim 42

Bramham Wagg The New Politics of Leisure and Pleasure

Brazilian Hip Hoppers Speak from the Margins Pardue 53

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Children, Morality and Society Frankel

44

Children’s Rights from Below Liebel

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INDEX Childs Webb Sex, Gender and the Conservative Party

35

Cities in Contemporary Africa Murray Myers

67

Citizens’ Initiatives in Europe Setälä Schiller

25

Crime, Anti-Social Behaviour and Schools Hayden Martin

14

Crime, Governance and Existential Predicaments Hardie-Bick Lippens 12

Dermott Seymour Displaying Families

46

Developing Interactional Competence Nguyen 49 Developing Research Questions White

8

Digesting Race, Class and Gender Ken

28

The Criminal Cases Review Commission Naughton

10

22

Criminal Justice and Neoliberalism Bell

14

Dijstelbloem Meijer Migration and the New Technological Borders of Europe

23

The City of the Senses DeFazio

67

Civic Republicanism and Civic Education Peterson

Criminology, Deviance, and the Silver Screen Frauley

14

Dinham Faith and Social Capital After the Debt Crisis

69

63

Crowther-Dowey Fussey Researching Crime

10

Dirty Work Simpson Slutskaya Lewis Höpfl

32

74

Disability and Difference in Global Contexts Erevelles

52

Citizenship, Belonging and Intergenerational Relations in African Migration Attias-Donfut Cook Hoffman Waite

Class in Contemporary Britain Roberts

47

Cudworth Social Lives with Other Animals

Cockburn Antimilitarism

26

Cultural Change and Persistence Ascher Heffron 5

Cohen Kennedy Global Sociology

3

Cultural Globalization and Music Kiwan Meinhof

19

Collective Action for Social Change Schutz Sandy

71

Collyer Mapping the Sociology of Health and Medicine

Cultural Politics and Resistance in the 21st Century Dellacioppa Weber

49

Colonialism, Modernity, and Literature Mohanty

The Cultural Sociology of Political Assassination Eyerman 54

30

Culture & Identity Kidd Teagle

Community Cohesion Cantle

26

Community Resilience in Natural Disasters Ride Bretherton

65

Comparatively Queer Spurlin Higonnet

38

Dahl Keränen Kovalainen Europeanization, Care and Gender 70

Conspiracy Theories Byford

53

Daloz The Sociology of Elite Distinction

59

Constructing Crime Gregoriou

11

Davids Internal Racism

28

Constructing Irish National Identity Kane

54

Davidson Stebbins Serious Leisure and Nature 56

Constructing Leisure Spracklen

56

Davies Doing a Successful Research Project

Discourses of Olympism Chatziefstathiou Henry 57 Displaying Families Dermott Seymour Doing a Successful Research Project Davies

5

7

D

9

Doing Ethical Research Farrimond

46 9 8

Dragan The Bully Action Guide

74

Drake Prisons, Punishment and the Pursuit of Security

15

Drobnic Guillén Work-Life Balance in Europe

72

Drug Policy Harmonization and the European Union Chatwin 14 Duyvendak The Politics of Home

18

E Eco-Standards, Product Labelling and Green Consumerism Boström Klintman

59

The Contentious Politics of Unemployment in Europe Giugni 61

Davies The European Consumer Citizen in Law and Policy 59

Educational Policies and Inequalities in Europe Demeuse Greger Rochex Frandji 62

Contesting Recognition McLaughlin Phillimore Richardson 31

Dead White Men & Other Important People Fevre Bancroft

6

Ekblom Crime Prevention, Security and Community Safety Using the 5Is Framework 17

Cook Wall Children and Armed Conflict

43

Debating Obesity Rich Monaghan Aphramor

50

Elgenius Symbols of Nations and Nationalism 19

Corneliussen Gender-Technology Relations

34

DeFazio The City of the Senses

67

The Cosmopolitanization of Science Zhang

64

Creativity and Cultural Production McIntyre

53

Dellacioppa Weber Cultural Politics and Resistance in the 21st Century

el-Ojeili Politics, Social Theory, Utopia and the World-System 25

Crime and Corruption in New Democracies Moran Crime Prevention, Security and Community Safety Using the 5Is Framework Ekblom

5

De-Medicalizing Misery Rapley Moncrieff Dillon 51 12 17

Demeuse Greger Rochex Frandji Educational Policies and Inequalities in Europe

62

Dennis Grix Sport under Communism

57

Erevelles Disability and Difference in Global Contexts

52

Eske My Family, A Symphony

45

Ethical Decision-Making in Social Research Iphofen

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INDEX Ethnic Citizenship Regimes Maatsch

29

The Family Steel Kidd Brown

7

G

Ethnic, Racial and Religious Inequalities Macey Carling

21

The EU and the Domestic Politics of Welfare State Reforms Graziano Jacquot Palier

72

Farnsworth Social versus Corporate Welfare

Eulriet Women and the Military in Europe

34

Farrimond Doing Ethical Research

8

Gamble Multinational Retailers and Consumers in China 60

Europe in a Global Context Krossa

25

Europe, Nations and Modernity Ichijo

24

Favell Guiraudon Sociology of the European Union

24

Gay Identity, New Storytelling and The Media Pullen 35

Feminism, Family, and Identity in Israel Benjamin Rom

38

Geiger Pécoud The Politics of International Migration Management

23

Feminism, Inc. Zaslow

35

Gender Epistemologies in Africa Oyewumi

38

Gender, Work and Community After De-Industrialisation Walkerdine Jimenez

31

Gendering Addiction Campbell Ettorre

49

Gender-Technology Relations Corneliussen

34

Gibson Living Fanon

28

Gill The Handbook of Security

16

Giugni The Contentious Politics of Unemployment in Europe

61

The Global Football League Millward

58

Global Migration, Ethnicity and Britishness Modood Salt

29

European Capitalist Welfare Societies Frericks Maier The European Consumer Citizen in Law and Policy Davies

69 59

European Cosmopolitanism in Question Robertson Krossa

24

The European Union and its Crises Ross

24

Europeanization, Care and Gender Dahl Keränen Kovalainen

70

The Evaluative State, Institutional Autonomy and Higher Education in Western Europe Neave 62

The Family: A Liberal Defence Archard

Fangen Johansson Hammarén Young Migrants 23

Feminist Review Collective Media Transformations Feminist Review Collective Recalling The Scent of Memory: Celebrating 100 Issues of Feminist Review

70

35

34

Fernandez-Macias Hurley Storrie Transformation of the Employment Structure in the EU and USA, 1995-2007 61 Fevre Bancroft Dead White Men & Other Important People

Evans London’s Olympic Legacy

54

Everyday Spirituality MacKian

52

Film and Female Consciousness Bolton

54

Fincham Langer Scourfield Shiner Understanding Suicide

Eyerman The Cultural Sociology of Political Assassination

45

6 37 50

Fitzgibbon Probation and Social Work on Trial 13

F

Gallego Chicana/o Subjectivity and the Politics of Identity

Global Sociology Cohen Kennedy

27

3

Globalization and Borders Weber Pickering

17 20

Foxman Jews & Money

33

Globalization and Emerging Societies Pieterse Rehbein

Fagan González Menèndez Gómez Ansón Women on Corporate Boards and in Elite Management 71

Fraenkel Sync Your Relationship, Save Your Marriage

74

Globalization and Inequality in Emerging Societies Rehbein

21

Fairness, Class and Belonging in Contemporary England Smith 29

Frankel Children, Morality and Society

44

Globalization and the Nation State Holton

19

Fraser Gutierrez Pena-Casas Working Poverty in Europe

72

Globalization Scholte

20

Fraud, Corruption and Sport Brooks Aleem Button

Globalization, Fear and Insecurity Body-Gendrot

17

16

Faist Fauser Kivisto The Migration-Development Nexus 23 Faith and Social Capital After the Debt Crisis Dinham

69

Faith, Feminism, and Scholarship Harris Ott

35

Frauley Criminology, Deviance, and the Silver Screen 14

Globesity, Food Marketing and Family Lifestyles Kline

60

69

Goldstraw-White White-Collar Crime

16

A Full Life with Autism Sicile-Kira

52

Goode Paedophiles in Society

13

Fuller Humanity 2.0

63

Graziano Jacquot Palier The EU and the Domestic Politics of Welfare State Reforms

72

Families and Kinship in Contemporary Europe Jallinoja Widmer 46

Frericks Maier European Capitalist Welfare Societies

The Family ADHD Solution Bertin

74

Family Spending 2011 The Office for National Statistics

75

78

New

Globalized Labour Markets and Social Inequality in Europe Blossfeld Buchholz Hofäcker Kolb 71

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INDEX Green Janmaat Regimes of Social Cohesion

25

Gregoriou Constructing Crime

11

H

Ilmonen Sulkunen Rahkonen Gronow Noro Warde A Social and Economic Theory of Consumption 58 Innovations in Youth Research Heath Walker

41

Interculturalism: The New Era of Cohesion and Diversity Cantle

26

The Handbook of Security Gill

16

Internal Racism Davids

28

Hardie-Bick Lippens Crime, Governance and Existential Predicaments

12

International Crime in the 20th Century Knepper

13

Harris Ott Faith, Feminism, and Scholarship

35

Hayden Martin Crime, Anti-Social Behaviour and Schools

International Diplomacy and the Olympic Movement Beacom

57

14

International Migration & Social Theory O’Reilly 21

58

International Perspectives on Suburbanization Phelps Wu 67

Hayes Karamichas Olympic Games, Mega-Events and Civil Societies Hazardous Wastes, Industrial Disasters, and Environmental Health Risks Adeola Hazelkorn Rankings and the Reshaping of Higher Education Hearn Theorizing Power

Interpreting Clifford Geertz Alexander Smith Norton

54

61

Intersections between Feminist and Queer Theory Richardson McLaughlin Casey

39

Heath Walker Innovations in Youth Research 41 Hendry An Introduction to Social Anthropology 73 Hickman Mai Crowley Migration and Social Cohesion in the UK

32

Hicks Lesbian, Gay and Queer Parenting

46

An Introduction to Social Anthropology Hendry 73 4

Iphofen Ethical Decision-Making in Social Research

9

Hill Womanism Against Socially-Constructed Matriarchal Images 34 Hines Taylor Sexualities: Past Reflections, Future Directions

22

Jallinoja Widmer Families and Kinship in Contemporary Europe

46

Hines Taylor Sexualities: Past Reflections, Future Directions

50

Jamieson Simpson Lewis Researching Families and Relationships

46

Hinrichs Jessoula Labour Market Flexibility and Pension Reforms

72 19

Howie Between Feminism and Materialism

38

Human and Other Animals Carter Charles

73

Humanity 2.0 Fuller

63

I

Jarman-Ivens Queer Voices

37

Jews & Money Foxman

33

Johnson Mintz On the Literary Nonfiction of Nancy Mairs

Kennedy Local Lives and Global Transformations

20

Key Concepts in Criminology and Criminal Justice McFarquhar

13

Key Concepts in Sociology Roberts

3

Key Sociological Thinkers Stones

4

Kidd Teagle Culture & Identity

7

Kirk Contrepois Jefferys Changing Work and Community Identities in European Regions

61

Kirk Wall Work and Identity

32

Kjørholt Qvortrup The Modern Child and the Flexible Labour Market

43

Kline Globesity, Food Marketing and Family Lifestyles

60

Koch Capitalism and Climate Change

64

Krossa Europe in a Global Context

25

Kuhlmann Annandale The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Healthcare 48 Künkel Mayer Neoliberal Urbanism and its Contestations

J

39

Holton Globalization and the Nation State

28

Knepper International Crime in the 20th Century 13

Introductory Sociology Bilton Bonnett Jones Lawson Skinner Stanworth Webster

Islam, Migration and Integration Kaya

22

Ken Digesting Race, Class, and Gender

Kiwan Meinhof Cultural Globalization and Music 19

65

5

Kaya Islam, Migration and Integration

36

K Kalunta-Crumpton Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice in the Americas 12

Ichijo Europe, Nations and Modernity

24

Kane Constructing Irish National Identity

54

Iconic Power Alexander Bartmanski Giesen

53

Karamichas The Olympic Games and the Environment

57

66

Kupatadze Organized Crime, Political Transitions and State Formation in Post-Soviet Eurasia 17

L Labour Market Flexibility and Pension Reforms Hinrichs Jessoula 72 Larsson Letell Thörn Transformations of the Swedish Welfare State

70

Lenskyj Wagg The Palgrave Handbook of Olympic Studies

55

Lentin Moreo Migrant Activism and Integration from Below in Ireland 22 Lesbian, Gay and Queer Parenting Hicks

46

Levermore Beacom Sport and International Development

57

Liebel Children’s Rights from Below

43

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index Lifestyle Media and the Formation of the Self Raisborough 53

McShane Blades, Blood and Bandages

49

Müller Public Security in the Negotiated State 11

35

Multinational Retailers and Consumers in China Gamble 60

36

Living Fanon Gibson

28

Media Transformations Feminist Review Collective

Local Lives and Global Transformations Kennedy

20

Men and Masculinities Around the World Ruspini Hearn Pease Pringle

London’s Olympic Legacy Evans

54

Long Spracklen Sport and Challenges to Racism 57 Luhtakallio Practicing Democracy Lukes Power

25 6

Lynch Grummell Devine New Managerialism in Education 62

M Maatsch Ethnic Citizenship Regimes

29

Macey Carling Ethnic, Racial and Religious Inequalities

21

MacKian Everyday Spirituality

52

Magnus Hirschfeld and the Quest for Sexual Freedom Mancini

38

Mancini Magnus Hirschfeld and the Quest for Sexual Freedom 38

Migrant Activism and Integration from Below in Ireland Lentin Moreo 22

Murder, Gender and the Media Monckton Smith 10 Murray Myers Cities in Contemporary Africa

67

My Family, A Symphony Eske

45

Migrant Smuggling Triandafyllidou Maroukis

23

Migration and Social Cohesion in the UK Hickman Mai Crowley

The Myth of Indigenous Caribbean Extinction Castanha 30

32

The Myth of the Chemical Cure Moncrieff

Migration and the New Technological Borders of Europe Dijstelbloem Meijer 23 Migration, Agency and Citizenship in Sex Trafficking Andrijasevic

23

The Migration-Development Nexus Faist Fauser Kivisto

23

The Militarization of Childhood Beier

42

Military Migrants Ware

22

Millington ‘Race’, Culture and the Right to the City Millward The Global Football League Misztal The Challenges of Vulnerability

51

Myths and Milestones in the History of Sport Wagg 56

N Narratives of Place, Belonging and Language Nic Craith

19

Nathan Social Freedom in a Multicultural State 29 National Belonging and Everyday Life Skey

18

27

Naughton Rethinking Miscarriages of Justice

11

58

Naughton The Criminal Cases Review Commission

10

62

5

Mapping the Sociology of Health and Medicine Collyer 49

The Modern Child and the Flexible Labour Market Kjørholt Qvortrup

43

Neave The Evaluative State, Institutional Autonomy and Higher Education in Western Europe

Marable Hinton The New Black History

27

Marjoribanks Farquharson Sport and Society in the Global Age

Modood Salt Global Migration, Ethnicity and Britishness

29

Negotiating Multicultural Europe Armbruster Meinhof 30

55

Mohanty Colonialism, Modernity, and Literature

30

Neoliberal Urbanism and its Contestations Künkel Mayer

66

Markula Silk Qualitative Research for Physical Culture 56

Monckton Smith Murder, Gender and the Media 10

Neurofeminism Bluhm Jaap Jacobson Maibom 34

Masculinities in Transition Robinson Hockey

39

Moncrieff The Myth of the Chemical Cure

51

The New Black History Marable Hinton

27

Masculinity and Film Performance Peberdy

37

Moore New Trade Union Activism

61

Matthewman Technology & Social Theory

64

Morales Giugni Social Capital, Political Participation and Migration in Europe

The New Economics of Sustainable Consumption Seyfang

66

23

Moran Crime and Corruption in New Democracies

New Managerialism in Education Lynch Grummell Devine

62

12

The New Politics of Disablement Oliver Barnes 51

Morawska A Sociology of Immigration

22

Morgan Rethinking Family Practices

45

The New Politics of Leisure and Pleasure Bramham Wagg

56

New Trade Union Activism Moore

61

Newman Thornley Planning World Cities

67

Matthewman West-Newman Curtis Being Sociological

4

May Sociology of Personal Life

44

McFadden Your Daughter’s Bedroom

38

McFarquhar Key Concepts in Criminology and Criminal Justice 13

Moses Knutsen Ways of Knowing

McIntyre Creativity and Cultural Production 53

Moss Balancing Liberty and Security

McLaughlin Phillimore Richardson Contesting Recognition

Moving Histories of Class and Community Rogaly Taylor

80

New

31

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9 16

Nguyen Developing Interactional Competence 49 32

Nic Craith Narratives of Place, Belonging

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index and Language

19

Nicol Social Economies of Fear and Desire

30

O O’Byrne Hensby Theorizing Global Studies

20

O’Dell Leverett Working with Children and Young People 42 O’Neill Seal Transgressive Imaginations

15

O’Reilly International Migration & Social Theory

21

The Office for National Statistics Family Spending 2011

75

The Office for National Statistics Regional Trends 75 The Office for National Statistics Social Trends 75 Oliver Barnes The New Politics of Disablement 51

Papanicolaou Transnational Policing and Sex Trafficking in Southeast Europe

18

The Paradox of Urban Space Sutton Kemp

68

Pardue Brazilian Hip Hoppers Speak from the Margins

Poverty, Community and Health Cattell Power Lukes

47 6

Practicing Democracy Luhtakallio

25

53

Prenzler Policing and Security in Practice

16

Parekh Rethinking Multiculturalism

27

Payne Social Divisions

47

Prisons, Punishment and the Pursuit of Security Drake 15

Peberdy Masculinity and Film Performance

37

Perkins Thorns Place, Identity & Everyday Life in a Globalizing World 66 Peterson Civic Republicanism and Civic Education

63

Peterson del Mar The American Family

45

Petras Veltmeyer Social Movements in Latin America

68

Probation and Social Work on Trial Fitzgibbon 13 Protestant Identity and Peace in Northern Ireland Spencer

33

Public Security in the Negotiated State Müller 11 Pullen Gay Identity, New Storytelling and The Media

35

Q

Oliver Understanding Disability

52

Pfau-Effinger Rostgaard Care Between Work and Welfare in European Societies

72

Qualitative Research for Physical Culture Markula Silk

The Olympic Games and the Environment Karamichas

57

Phelps Wu International Perspectives on Suburbanization

67

Quality of Life and Work in Europe Bäck-Wiklund van der Lippe den Dulk Doorne-Huiskes 71

Olympic Games, Mega-Events and Civil Societies Hayes Karamichas 58 On the Literary Nonfiction of Nancy Mairs Johnson Mintz

36

Online Child Safety Savirimuthu

41

Organized Crime, Political Transitions and State Formation in Post-Soviet Eurasia Kupatadze 17 Oudshoorn Telecare Technologies and the Transformation of Healthcare

50

Oyewumi Gender Epistemologies in Africa

38

Özerdem Podder Child Soldiers: From Recruitment to Reintegration

42

P Paedophiles in Society Goode

13

The Palgrave Handbook of Childhood Studies Qvortrup Corsaro Honig 40 The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Healthcare Kuhlmann Annandale The Palgrave Handbook of Olympic Studies Lenskyj Wagg

Philosophy of Social Science Benton Craib

6

Pierre The Politics of Urban Governance

68

Pieterse Rehbein Globalization and Emerging Societies

20

Pinder The Politics of Race and Ethnicity in the United States 27

Queer Voices Jarman-Ivens

56

37

Qvortrup Corsaro Honig The Palgrave Handbook of Childhood Studies 40

R

Pitt Body, Nation, and Narrative in the Americas 26

‘Race’, Culture and the Right to the City Millington

27

Place, Identity & Everyday Life in a Globalizing World Perkins Thorns 66

Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice in the Americas Kalunta-Crumpton

12

Planning World Cities Newman Thornley

67

Policing and Security in Practice Prenzler

16

Race, Multiculture & Social Policy Bloch Neal Solomos

69

The Politics of Home Duyvendak

18

Raisborough Lifestyle Media and the Formation of the Self 53

The Politics of International Migration Management Geiger Pécoud

23

Rankings and the Reshaping of Higher Education Hazelkorn 61

The Politics of Race and Ethnicity in the United States Pinder 27

Rapley Moncrieff Dillon De-Medicalizing Misery 51

The Politics of Sleep Williams

48

48

The Politics of Urban Governance Pierre

68

55

Politics, Social Theory, Utopia and the World-System el-Ojeili

25

Reay Crozier James White Middle-Class Identities and Urban Schooling

31

Recalling The Scent of Memory: Celebrating 100 Issues of Feminist Review Feminist Review Collective

34

Regimes of Social Cohesion Green Janmaat

25

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index Regional Trends The Office for National Statistics

75

Rehbein Globalization and Inequality in Emerging Societies

21

Religion, Consumerism and Sustainability Thomas

Sales Adoption, Family and the Paradox of Origins 46

Smith Fairness, Class and Belonging in Contemporary England

29

Sarantakos Social Research

Snowboarding Bodies in Theory and Practice Thorpe

58

9

Savirimuthu Online Child Safety

41

60

Scholte Globalization

20

A Social and Economic Theory of Consumption Ilmonen Sulkunen Rahkonen Gronow Noro Warde 58

Renwick British Sociology’s Lost Biological Roots

65

Schutz Sandy Collective Action for Social Change

71

Social Capital, Political Participation and Migration in Europe Morales Giugni

23

Representing Ageing Ylänne

43

47

10

32

Social Divisions Payne

Researching Crime Crowther-Dowey Fussey

Scott Total Institutions and Reinvented Identities

Social Economies of Fear and Desire Nicol

30

Researching Families and Relationships Jamieson Simpson Lewis

46

Rethinking Family Practices Morgan

45

Rethinking Miscarriages of Justice Naughton

11

Rethinking Multiculturalism Parekh

27

Rich Monaghan Aphramor Debating Obesity

50

Richardson McLaughlin Casey Intersections between Feminist and Queer Theory

39

Richardson Monro Sexuality, Equality & Diversity 33 Ride Bretherton Community Resilience in Natural Disasters

65

Roberts Class in Contemporary Britain

47

Roberts Key Concepts in Sociology

3

Robertson Krossa European Cosmopolitanism in Question 24 Robinson Hockey Masculinities in Transition

39

Rochester Ellis Paine Howlett Volunteering and Society in the 21st Century 60 Rogaly Taylor Moving Histories of Class and Community

32

Romanienko Body Piercing and Identity Construction

31

Roseneil Frosh Social Research after the Cultural Turn

8

Ross The European Union and its Crises

24

Rousseau Black Woman’s Burden

37

Ruspini Hearn Pease Pringle Men and Masculinities Around the World

36

S 82

New

Security, Surveillance and the Olympic Games Bajc 17

Social Freedom in a Multicultural State Nathan 29

73

Social Lives with Other Animals Cudworth

74

Seeleib-Kaiser Welfare State Transformations 70

Social Movements in Latin America Petras Veltmeyer

68

Seeds of Revolution Vincent

The Self-Aware Parent Walfish

74

Semán Vila Youth Identities and Argentine Popular Music 41

Social Movements, Public Spheres and the European Politics of the Environment van der Heijden 64

Serious Leisure and Nature Davidson Stebbins 56

Social Policy in Britain Alcock

69

Setälä Schiller Citizens’ Initiatives in Europe

25

Social Quality Van Der Maesen Walker

68

Sex, Gender and the Conservative Party Childs Webb

35

Social Research after the Cultural Turn Roseneil Frosh 8

Sex, Power and the Games Woodward

39

Social Research Sarantakos

Sexual Violence in Western Thought and Writing Vitanza

37

9

Social Trends The Office for National Statistics 75 Social versus Corporate Welfare Farnsworth

70

The Sociology of Elite Distinction Daloz

59

A Sociology of Immigration Morawska

22

Sociology of Personal Life May

44

33

Seyfang The New Economics of Sustainable Consumption

Sociology of the European Union Favell Guiraudon

24

66

Shopping and Crime Bamfield

16

Sointu Theorizing Complementary and Alternative Medicines 49

Sexualities: Past Reflections, Future Directions Hines Taylor 39 Sexualities: Past Reflections, Future Directions Hines Taylor 50 Sexuality, Equality & Diversity Richardson Monro

A Short History of Sociological Thought Swingewood

7

Sicile-Kira A Full Life with Autism

52

Simpson Slutskaya Lewis Höpfl Dirty Work

32

Skey National Belonging and Everyday Life

18

Smith Button Johnston Frimpong Studying Fraud as White Collar Crime 15

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Spencer Protestant Identity and Peace in Northern Ireland

33

Sport and Challenges to Racism Long Spracklen 57 Sport and International Development Levermore Beacom 57 Sport and Society in the Global Age Marjoribanks Farquharson

55

Sport under Communism Dennis Grix

57

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index Sport, Politics and Society in the Arab World Amara

58

Spracklen Constructing Leisure

56

Spurlin Higonnet Comparatively Queer

38

Steel Kidd Brown The Family

7

Stepfamilies Allan Crow Hawker

46

Stones Key Sociological Thinkers

4

Total Institutions and Reinvented Identities Scott

32

Transformation of the Employment Structure in the EU and USA, 1995-2007 Fernandez-Macias Hurley Storrie 61 Transformations of the Swedish Welfare State Larsson Letell Thörn 70 Transgressive Imaginations O’Neill Seal

15

Transnational Policing and Sex Trafficking in Southeast Europe Papanicolaou

18

63

Triandafyllidou Maroukis Migrant Smuggling

23

Studying Fraud as White Collar Crime Smith Button Johnston Frimpong

15

Tyler Whiteness, Class and the Legacies of Empire 26

Sutton Kemp The Paradox of Urban Space

68

Student Mobilities, Migration and the Internationalization of Higher Education Brooks Waters

Swingewood A Short History of Sociological Thought

7

Symbols of Nations and Nationalism Elgenius 19 Sync Your Relationship, Save Your Marriage Fraenkel

74

U

Taylor Hines Casey Theorizing Intersectionality and Sexuality 39 Technology & Social Theory Matthewman

64

White-Collar Crime Goldstraw-White

16

Whiteness, Class and the Legacies of Empire Tyler

26

Williams The Politics of Sleep

48

Womanism Against Socially-Constructed Matriarchal Images Hill

34

Women and the Military in Europe Eulriet

34

Women on Corporate Boards and in Elite Management Fagan González Menèndez Gómez Ansón

71

69

Woodward Sex, Power and the Games

39

Work and Identity Kirk Wall

32

Working Poverty in Europe Fraser Gutierrez Pena-Casas

72

Understanding Suicide Fincham Langer Scourfield Shiner

50

Working with Children and Young People O’Dell Leverett 42

van der Heijden Social Movements, Public Spheres and the European Politics of the Environment 64 Van Der Maesen Walker Social Quality

68

Vincent Seeds of Revolution

73

Theorizing Complementary and Alternative Medicines Sointu

49

Volunteering and Society in the 21st Century Rochester Ellis Paine Howlett 60

Theorizing Global Studies O’Byrne Hensby

20

Theorizing Intersectionality and Sexuality Taylor Hines Casey

39

Third-Wave Feminism and the Politics of Gender in Late Modernity Budgeon 36

31

Understanding Poverty Alcock

Vitanza Sexual Violence in Western Thought and Writing 37

5

White Middle-Class Identities and Urban Schooling Reay Crozier James

Wong The Aesthetics of Cute in Contemporary Japanese Art 36

Telecare Technologies and the Transformation of Healthcare Oudshoorn 50

Theorizing Power Hearn

8

52

V 28

White Developing Research Questions

Understanding Disability Oliver

T Talton Mills Black Subjects in Africa and Its Diasporas

Welfare State Transformations Seeleib-Kaiser 70

W Wagg Myths and Milestones in the History of Sport 56 Walfish The Self-Aware Parent

74

Thomas Religion, Consumerism and Sustainability 60

Walkerdine Jimenez Gender, Work and Community After De-Industrialisation

31

Thomas Youth, Multiculturalism and Community Cohesion

29

Ware Military Migrants

22

Thorpe Snowboarding Bodies in Theory and Practice

58

Ways of Knowing Moses Knutsen Weber Pickering Globalization and Borders

9 17

Work-Life Balance in Europe Drobnic Guillén

72

Wyness Childhood and Society

40

Y Ylänne Representing Ageing

43

Young Migrants Fangen Johansson Hammarén 23 Young People and Sexuality Education Allen

63

Your Daughter’s Bedroom McFadden

38

Youth Identities and Argentine Popular Music Semán Vila 41 Youth, Multiculturalism and Community Cohesion Thomas 29

Z Zaslow Feminism, Inc.

35

Zhang The Cosmopolitanization of Science

64

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