Archive for October 2010
In the timely work, “The European Identity: A Faltering Project” by Jurgen Habermas, we find four principal concepts: Transnational authority, transnational public spheres, a European identity and normativity shaping the book together and yet each of them existing in conceptual… Read More ›
The possibility of rising tuition fees has been headlining the news in the recent weeks and months, while anticipation over the official review of university fees being conducted by Lord Browne is mounting. In the midst of that anticipation, education… Read More ›
New Media, Old News: Journalism & Democracy in the Digital Age is the culmination of a multi-year team research project conducted under the auspices of the Goldsmiths Leverhulme Media Research Centre. Editor Natalie Fenton and eight other Goldsmiths researchers deployed… Read More ›
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* This short article is an amalgamation of two chapters from my thesis which are more theoretical and rigorously argued than demonstrated here. I welcome feedback on any of the points raised in this article. I can be reached at… Read More ›
Jessa Gamble, a researcher working on sleep and time, reveals some fascinating facts about natural sleep cycles: A special edition of Sociological Research Online from 30 Sept 2007 explores the sociological aspects of sleep in greater depth: here.