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The Sociological Imagination is an online magazine which aims to provide a intellectual and social space for the emergence of a publicly engaged social science.  At a time when the university is in crisis our hope is that The Sociological Imagination will provide a forum for the development of networks and the articulation of ideas between those inside academia who hope for social change both within and without the university system.  The magazine hosts a diverse range of content including articles, shorter polemics, interviews, reviews, conference reports, announcements, calls for contributors, research profiles and links.  We welcome readers’ submissions and comments.  Submissions will not be edited or peer reviewed beyond basic copy editing.  Our intention is to develop a rapid response magazine able to engage quickly with changing social realities and to provide an open forum for the development of critical social thought.

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  1. Would a socially grounded visual practice that situates itself on the periphery of ‘Art’; refuses to ‘frame’ the object of its ‘study’ (human/humanistic approach would be a better term to define what I do) and privileges ‘action’ over pseudo scientific knowledge have a place in your debates
    See current project at
    http://amanonabridgebangkok.blogspot.co.uk/

    I am looking for other partners in dialogue.
    Thanks
    Gérard

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