The Sociology of Everyday Life

A really exciting new special issue of Sociology. It’s free to access for another few days! Find it online here.

Why Everyday Life Matters

Les Back Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

The Scriptural Economy, the Forbes Figuration and the Racial Order: Everyday life in South Africa: 1850-1930

Liz Stanley University of Edinburgh, UK

Migrant Urbanisms: Ordinary Cities and Everyday Resistance 

Suzanne M Hall London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

Object Relations in Accounts of Everyday Life

Jenny Rinkinen and Mikko Jalas both Aalto University School of Business, Finland and Elizabeth Shove, Lancaster University, UK

A Day at the Beach: Rising Sea Levels, Horseshoe Crabs, and Traffic Jams

Lisa Jean Moore Purchase College, State University of New York, USA

Femininity, Fashion Victims and Shoes: Re-Configuring Structure/Agency Polarities within Feminist Theory through the Mundane and Extraordinary Footwear Practices of Everyday Life

Victoria Robinson University of Sheffield, UK

Everyday Experiences of Sexism in Male-Dominated Professions: a Bourdieusian perspective

Abigail Powell University of New South Wales, Australia and Katherine Sang, Heriot-Watt University, UK

In/Exclusion in the Clinic: Down’s Syndrome, Dysmorphology, and the Ethics of Everyday Medical Work

Gareth Thomas and Joanna Latimer both Cardiff University, UK

‘Snowed in!’: Offbeat Rhythms and Belonging as Everyday Practice

Julia Bennett Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Telling Moments and Everyday Experience: Multiple Methods Research on Couple Relationships and Personal Lives

Jacqui Gabb The Open University, UK and Janet Fink, University of Huddersfield, UK

Researching the Everyday: An Interview with Amanda Wise


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