Day: February 1, 2020

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What are you worth? What is your value-in-exchange?

A satirical website exists called humansforsale.com. Asking: Have you been thinking about putting yourself up for sale lately? Ever wonder how much money you could get on the open human market? You are invited to fill out a form assessing your worth, against an array of criteria, including ethnicity; education; income; athletic-ability; weight; and sense […]

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Illusio and gendered marginalisation in DIY punk scenes

Megan Sharp and Steven Threadgold It’s about thresholds, you know? When every day, not just at shows or as a band member or even in any music space, you have to deal with men treating you like you’re incompetent, your threshold for bullshit gets higher and higher. And then these micro-aggressions get less and less […]

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The Visual and Critical Representation in an Age of Impact

Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge Friday 6th March 2020, 9.30am-5.15pm The event has been funded by the Sociological Review Foundation and the Faculty of Education (University of Cambridge) and organised by The Politics of Representation Collective. This seminar engages with the politics of representation in an increasingly accelerated, regulated, metrics-driven, and marketised academic environment […]

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Read the current issue of the Journal

The Sociological Review has been publishing high quality and innovative articles for over 100 years. During this time we have steadfastly remained a journal that pushes the boundaries of sociological enquiry, selecting papers of immediate and lasting significance. Our tradition extends to research that is anthropological or philosophical in orientation and analytical or ethnographic in approach. […]

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