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Embodying China’s educational (im)mobilities: Ethnographic insights

By Cora Lingling Xu In September 2017, we hosted the first of our Sociological Review Seminar Series on ‘A Sociology of Contemporary Chinese Mobilities: Educating China on the Move’ at Keele University.  We focused our research antenna on the nuanced, day-to-day corporal experiences of individuals involved in the processes of China’s educational (im)mobilities. We put […]

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The Future of Class Sociology Also Lies in the Past

By Kobe De Keere “Middle-class mafia, more like it” exclaims Irie when she finds out that two middle class women, one is her Cambridge educated surrogate mother and the other a medical doctor, secretly make a psychological diagnoses of her friend without actually consulting either of them. Irie is a character out of the brilliantly […]

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