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Reviewed by Alp Arat Back to Top ^ published on 'Fighting Science with Social Science: Activist Scholarship in an International Resistance Project' Stevienna de Saille ‘Ghettos of the Mind’: Realities and Myths in the Construction of the Social Identity of a Dublin Suburb Martina Byrne and Brid Ni Chonaill The Paranormal is (Still) Normal: The Sociological Implications of a Survey of Paranormal Experiences in Great Britain Madeleine Castro, Roger Burrows and Robin Wooffitt Garden Stories: Auto/biography, Gender and Gardening Mark Bhatti Using Secondary Analysis to Maintain a Critically Reflexive Approach to Qualitative Research Sarah Wilson Working at Pleasure in Young Women’s Alcohol Consumption: A Participatory Visual Ethnography Angus Bancroft, Mariah Jade Zimpfer, Orla Murray and Martina Karels A Methodological Intervention in Cosmopolitanism Research: Cosmopolitan Dispositions Amongst Digital Natives Johan Lindell and Yuwei Lin Beyond Economic Interests: Attitudes Toward Foreign Workers in Australia, the United States and East Asian Countries Ming-Chang Tsai and Rueyling Tzeng An Alternative Ethics?
Justice and Care as Guiding Principles for Qualitative Research Martyn Hammersley and Anna Traianou The Politics of Health Services Research: Health Professionals as Hired Hands in a Commissioned Research Project in England Simon Dyson and Sue Dyson Special Section Introduction: Mass Observation as Method Emma Casey, Fiona Courage and Nick Hubble The Materiality of Method: The Case of the Mass Observation Archive Liz Moor and Emma Uprichard A Sociologist’s Field Notes to the Mass Observation Archive: A Consideration of the Challenges of ‘re-Using’ Mass Observation Data in a Longitudinal Mixed-Methods Study Rose Lindsey and Sarah Bulloch 'Clearly Necessary', 'Wonderful' and 'Engrossing'?
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Fox and Pam Alldred Special Section Introduction: The Political Sociologies of Sport Paul Gilchrist, Russell Holden and Peter Millward ‘It’s Just Such a Class Thing’: Rivalry and Class Distinction Between Female Fans of Men’s Football and Rugby Union Stacey Pope Driven to Distraction: Turkish Diaspora Football Supporters, New Media and the Politics of Place-Making John Mc Manus An 'anti-Sectarian' Act?Yvette Taylor Anglican Clergy Husbands Securing Middle-Class Gendered Privilege Through Religion Sarah-Jane Page Students’ Constructions of a Christian Future: Faith, Class and Aspiration in University Contexts Mathew Guest and Kristin Aune ‘The Person God Made Me to Be’: Navigating Working-Class and Christian Identities in English Evangelical Christianity Joanne Mc Kenzie Disability and Social Movements (Interdisciplinary Disability Studies) Carling-Jenkins, Rachel Reviewed by Joanne Heeney Family Rhythms: The Changing Textures of Family Life in Ireland Ralph, David, Gray, Jane and Geraghty, Ruth Reviewed by Amy Andrada Balanced Ethics Review: A Guide for Institutional Review Board Members Whitney, Simon N.Reviewed by Edwin van Teijlingen Back to Top ^ published on Justifications Analysis: Understanding Moral Evaluations in Public Debates Tuomas Ylä-Anttila and Eeva Luhtakallio Reframing Research Ethics: Towards a Professional Ethics for the Social Sciences Nathan Emmerich ‘I Can’t Settle if It’s Not Tidy; I Blame That on My Mum’: Exploring Women’s Relational Household Work Narratives Jennifer Kettle New Ways of Doing the “Good” and Gender Equal Family: Parents Employing Nannies and Au Pairs in Sweden Sara Eldén and Terese Anving Ethnicity and (Dis)advantage: Exchanging Cultural Capital in UK International Education and Graduate Employment I Lin Sin Negotiating Constructions of Insider and Outsider Status in Research with Veiled Muslim Women Victims of Islamophobic Hate Crime Irene Zempi Getting the Green Light: Experiences of Icelandic Mothers Struggling with Breastfeeding Sunna Símonardóttir Literary Ethnography of Evidence-Based Healthcare: Accessing the Emotions of Rational-Technical Discourse Benet Reid Concept-Formation, Complexity and Social Domains: Investigating Emotion(S) in a Prison Setting Victoria Knight and Derek Layder Quality of Work in Prostitution and Sex Work.Political Influence on Anti-Immigrant Attitudes and the Moderating Role of Intergroup Contact Andrea Bohman Building a Research Partnership in a Prison Context: From Collaboration to Co-Construction Dorien Brosens, Liesbeth De Donder, Sarah Dury and Dominique Verté Escalation of Governance: Effects of Voluntary Standardization on Organizations, Markets and Standards in Swiss Fair Trade Nadine Arnold and Raimund Hasse Risk, Choice and Social Disadvantage: Young People’s Decision-Making in a Marketised Higher Education System Sheryl Clark, Anna Mountford-Zimdars and Becky Francis ‘Justin Bieber Sounds Girlie’: Young People’s Celebrity Talk and Contemporary Masculinities Kim Allen, Laura Harvey and Heather Mendick Special Section Introduction: The Matter of Race Nasar Meer, Anoop Nayak and Raksha Pande Reflexive Ethnicities: Crisis, Diversity and Re-Composition Yasmin Hussain and Paul Bagguley For a Sociological Reconstruction: W. Fatima Khan and Gabe Mythen Charlie Hebdo, Free Speech and Counter-Speech Simon Dawes Mediating and Remediating Death (Studies in Death, Materiality and the Origin of Time) Christensen, Dorthe Refslund and Sandvik, Kjetil Reviewed by Panagiotis Pentaris Inequality and the 1% Dorling, Danny Reviewed by Jatinder Kang Late Modernity: Trajectories Towards Morphogenic Society Archer, Margaret Reviewed by Ciaran T.Burke A Precariat Charter: From Denizens to Citizens Standing, Guy Reviewed by Ruben Flores Back to Top ^ published on Connectivity in Later Life: The Declining Age Divide in Mobile Cell Phone Ownership Chris Gilleard, Ian Jones and Paul Higgs Mothering and ‘insider’ Dilemmas: Feminist Sociologists in the Research Process Linda Cooper and Chrissie Rogers Talking the Talk and Fitting In: Troubling the Practices of Speaking 'What You Are Worth' in Higher Education in the UK Michelle Addison and Victoria, G.