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Mythology, Performativity, and Moral Panic: The Case of Norwegian Black Metal

By Lucy Weir The legacy of the Satanic panic is etched upon the histories of popular and underground cultures alike. Decades after lurid accounts of ritualised abuse, violence and murder were resoundingly discredited, concern for the safeguarding of children and young people still readily slips into histrionic indictments of malevolent forces at work, encompassing such […]

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Warning! the Times We Knew Were Coming Are Here

Brexit and Trump have made clear that we are in the beginning of a battle that is about life itself.

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Call for Applications: The Sociological Review Seminar Series 2020

The Sociological Review Foundation (SRF) makes available up to £10,000 each year to fund the organisation of scholarly seminars.

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Intimate Entanglements

Our new monograph Intimate Entanglements rethinks the abstract and generalised connection between entanglement and knowledge-making.

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Find out more about the team who bring you The Sociological Review.

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Our Manifesto

Dramatic economic and political changes in many parts of the world desperately require interventions from sociologists, both intellectually and through individual and collective engagement. Amongst other things, these interventions pose questions about the conditions of possibility for sociological disciplines and their practices. To renew the critical and creative appeal of sociology, we need to be […]

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Before you submit – are we suitable? We focus on questions that shape the nature and scope of sociology as well as those that address the changing forms and impact of social relations. In saying this, we are not soliciting papers that seek to prescribe methods or dictate perspectives for the discipline. In opening up […]

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The Sociological Review Foundation recognises that the changing climate of Higher Education in the UK (and elsewhere) presents particular challenges for ECRs. The requirements for attaining a permanent academic post have now changed to a point where it is very rare for a PhD student to walk into a post immediately. This, added to reductions […]

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