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Archive for April, 2012

What did Victorian headmistresses look like?

Posted By Milena Kremakova

What did headmistresses who greeted…

Add SI on Twitter and Facebook

Posted By Sociological Imagination

This is a reminder that…

Michael Burawoy on Third Wave Marketization

Posted By Sociological Imagination

Read more about Burawoy’s notion…

An introduction to multi-author blogging

Posted By Sociological Imagination

An introduction to multi-author blogging…

Our top 10 posts in April

Posted By Sociological Imagination

No Jokes Please Social media…

Social Class and Life Chances as seen through Survivor Rates on the Titanic

Posted By Sociological Imagination

We have just eclipsed the…

Les Back on Sociology’s Promise

Posted By Sociological Imagination

In this podcast Les Back discusses the…

New NCRM funded network of methodological innovation – New social media, new social science?

Posted By Sociological Imagination

NatCen Social Research, Sage and…

Sarah Burton, a postgraduate student at Cambridge University, reflects on her first BSA conference

Posted By Sociological Imagination

Having spent nearly a decade…

The question of who ought to count as a peer is THE question surrounding open access

Posted By Sociological Imagination

Britt Holbrook in response to Steve…

Open Science and the Future of Publishing

Posted By Sociological Imagination

Yesterday… (an ode to essay marking)

Posted By Milena Kremakova

‎Yesterday* Yesterday, all the students…

Some resources for academic podcasting

Posted By Sociological Imagination

listen to ‘Why podcast?’ on…

BSA Teaching Group – Call for micro-lectures To all Postgraduates in Universities local to Birmingham

Posted By Sociological Imagination

BSA TEACHING GROUP Call for…

The Importance of Being Ernest #4

Posted By Hannah Touhey

A week in hospital has…

The Importance of Being Ernest #3

Posted By Hannah Touhey

It’s dissertation week and, no, I’m…

First came Marx…

Posted By Sociological Imagination

Les Back: “is sociology a job or a vocation?”

Posted By Sociological Imagination

A question I asked Prof Les…

The girl on the stairs

Posted By Amy Louise Webber

It was a time in…

Now this is how you do public engagement online…

Posted By Sociological Imagination

An introduction to Margaret Archer’s under-appreciated work on culture

Posted By Mark Carrigan

The term ‘culture’ carries considerable…