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Sociology for Survival: a view from the Global South

If humanity is to survive, the future will be organized along eco-feminist-socialist lines. In this future, an altered relationship between society and nature will be a central characteristic. 1,213 more words


Refugee crisis, campzenship and social media: Interview on E-IR.info 

My interview with E-IR on the ongoing refugee crisis in the Euro-Mediterranean region, and the need for the EU to find a sustainable and humane response.

Source: Interview – Nando Sigona

Migration And Mobility

PhD candidate Jason A. Smith co-edits journal special section

International Journal of Communication
Publishes Special Section

Communication in Action: Bridging Research and Policy

What can communication scholarship offer policy?

Applied communication and policy work has a rich history in the field. 277 more words

The audacity of science

These days, as the new academic year begins, please allow me to wish you
not to be deterred from inadequacy in your intellectual (or professional) journey; 60 more words

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CfP - Special Issue on 'Public Sociology

CALL FOR PAPERS: Special Issue on Public Sociology

Guest Editor: Christopher J. Schneider

In 2004 Michael Burawoy delivered his now widely cited and much discussed presidential address “For Public Sociology” to the American Sociological Association. 348 more words


Keep It Contentious

(Cross posted – and better formated! – at the Berkeley Journal of Sociology)

If BlackLivesMatter matters, it will be thanks partly its disruptive tactics… 1,234 more words

The Black Country and its contemporary relevance amidst a row about a flag

I was born in the Black Country, a region in England, west of Birmingham, and so were generations of my family before me. For those of you who don’t know, although the ‘exact’ boundaries of the Black Country are regularly disputed, it is generally accepted that the four metropolitan boroughs of Walsall, Sandwell, Dudley and Wolverhampton constitute the locality, today. 2,033 more words