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Behind the scenes of Place revisited: class, stigma and urban restructuring in the case of Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games

By Kirsteen Paton, Vikki McCall and Gerry Mooney Our article was based upon our Beyond Stigma: Exploring Everyday lives in the East End of Glasgow and the CWG2014 research which recorded the local lived experiences of the Commonwealth Games (CWG), as it happened, for residents in the East End of Glasgow. In terms of scale of insight, for […]

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The Undisciplining Sessions: Episode 4: The sociology of stigma and rethinking contemporary social inequalities

In this episode, our managing editor Michaela Benson talks with Imogen Tyler (Lancaster University) about her recent work on the sociology of stigma. In keeping with the theme of the conference, Imogen advocates an approach that recognises that sociological knowledge might be produced from outside rigid disciplinary boundaries; as she describes the political urgency of […]

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From Revolting Subjects to the Sociology of Stigma: an interview with Imogen Tyler

In February 2015 Imogen Tyler, Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Lancaster University, gave the first The Sociological Review Annual Lecture. You can listen to her lecture online here along with responses by our managing editors Bev Skeggs and Sarah Green. In this follow up podcast, we spoke to Imogen about the background to her lecture and the […]

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