Issue 4 Discover Sociology Out Now

DISCOVER SOCIETY

Measured-Factual-Critical

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ISSUE FOUR:

January 2014

 

 

Focus:

 

Maurizio Meloni

C is for Complexity: Why Genetics Doesn’t Outweigh Teaching

 

 

Articles:

                         

Ken Roberts

Social Mobility: Lift Going Up, Doors Closing. Going Down, Doors Wide Open; Any Volunteers?

Peter Nias

‘Fight them on the Beaches’: Engaging the Populus

Anna Ludvigsden

‘Bookshelfie’: Book Ownership, Class and Families

David Collis

Dexter Dias

Soazig Clifton

Autism, Algorithms, Google and the Rise of the Savant Garde

Borders of the Mind: The Profound Paradox of Female Genital Mutilation

Getting the Nation to Talk about Sex               

Vivienne Cree, Gary Clapton & Mark Smith

Moral Panics, Jimmy Savile and Social Work: A 21st Century Morality Tale

Rosemary Hill

‘I’m Not Some Cock-Hungry Groupie’: Negotiating the Rock Groupie Stereotype

Neil Serougi

Big Data, Public Services and Public Acceptance. Who Benefits?      

Rob Blackash

6000 Missing Gay Civil Servants!

                

 

Viewpoint:

 

Navtej K. Purewal

Beyond the Spectacle of Malala:  A Critique of the Bandwagon of Girls’ Education

 

 

On the Frontline:

 

Ashli Mullen & Stephanie Allen

Mind the Poverty Gap

 

 

Policy Briefing:

 

Ros Edwards, Val Gillies &

Nicola Horsley

The Biologisation Of Poverty–Policy And Practice In Early Years Intervention 

Managing Editors: John Holmwood (University of Nottingham) and Sue Scott (University of York)

Editorial Board: Kehinde Andrews (Newman University); Lorenza Antonucci (University of West of Scotland); Les Back (Goldsmiths); Ben Baumberg (University of Kent); Gurminder K. Bhambra (University of Warwick); Mark Carrigan (University of Warwick); Suzanne Hall (LSE); Steve MacKay (University of Lincoln); David Mellor (University of Oxford); Katherine Smith (University of Edinburgh); Emma Uprichard (University of Warwick).

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