We are delighted to announce that The Sociological Review award for Outstanding Scholarship 2017 has been awarded to Kirsteen Paton, Vikki McCall, and Gerry Mooney for their article Place revisited: class, stigma and urban restructuring in the case of Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games. As well as receiving a prize of £100 in books from Sage and a cash prize of £100, their paper will be made free to access for the next year.
We would also like to congratulate the following authors for their short-listed articles:
- Judith G Gonyea, Kelly Melekis "Older homeless women’s identity negotiation: agency, resistance, and the construction of a valued self"
- Greti-Iulia Ivana "Fake it til you make it: imagined social capital"
- Tom Thurnell Read "Did you ever hear of police being called to a beer festival?"
- Vanessa May "Belonging from afar: nostalgia, time and memory"
- Margit Mayer "Whose city? From Ray Pahl’s critique of the Keynesian city to the contestations around neoliberal urbanism"
- Patricia Cormack, James F Cosgrave, David Feltmate "A funny thing happened on the way to sociology: Goffman, Mills, and Berger"
- Lisa Adkins "Speculative futures in the time of debt"
- Jenny Van Hoof "An everyday affair: deciphering the sociological significance of women’s attitudes towards infidelity"