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Good morning, ! The exhibit hall is open today between 10am and 5pm. Don't forget to stop by the Routledge booth for a special conference discount on our key and titles!
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A recent book version of the Special Issue “Archives and New Modes of Research" has been awarded the 2018 Mander Jones Award from . Find out more here
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Take a moment to discover through 10 free articles of your choosing, at . ♀️
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Have you ever been scheduled to present in the 'graveyard slot' at a conference? New online in : Emily Henderson and Holly Henderson ask about the politics of conference programming. READ now:
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Are you looking for easy, accessible journals on the go? Our new audio files read any journal articles to you. Find our walkthrough here:
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Routledge Sociology & Criminology Nov 12
We are delighted to announce that Maryanne Dever’s book, “Archives and New Modes of ," is a recipient of the Mander Jones Award.
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Routledge Sociology & Criminology Nov 12
A new article has just published in , “Political migration discourses on social media: a comparative perspective on visibility and sentiment across political accounts in Europe.” Find the article here:
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SCMR Nov 12
New article in on how the recognition rates & complementary protection complicate the scenario for those in need to access protection By
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Routledge Sociology & Criminology Nov 12
Explore the decline stalling of Muslims in Israel between 1986 & 2003 and how this has had implications for the debates in fertility stalls and demographic transition theory.
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SCMR Nov 12
Join us on Nov 20th for our 7th Annual conference with Prof Parrenas, Dr Dr Prof W Schinkel & Prof P Statham Please register
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Routledge Sociology & Criminology Nov 12
What is territorialization and how is it affecting ’s political, social, and ecological environment? analyzes the situation in this free-access, trending article:
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Routledge Sociology & Criminology Nov 11
Using as a way to collect data poses some potential risks around the emotional vulnerability of participants. Read Nicole Brown’s study, a winner of ’s Best Article by an Early Career Researcher:
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Routledge Sociology & Criminology Nov 11
Meet the new Coordinating Editor for Social Movement Studies Journal, Priska Daphi!
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Routledge Sociology & Criminology Nov 11
We're excited to be attending 's 2019 Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California this week! Come by the Routledge booth to browse new and key titles in and !
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Routledge Sociology & Criminology Nov 11
Explore this critical review of the work of who just won the 2019 Nobel Prize in .
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Routledge Sociology & Criminology Nov 11
Read the new issue from , “Black Performance II: Knowing and Being”.
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Routledge Sociology & Criminology Nov 11
Explore the article by on “The United Nations Declaration on the rights of peasants and other people working in rural areas”.
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AFS Journal Oct 21
Excitement! We can now announce that the book version of our special issue on 'Archives and New Modes of Feminist Research' received a 2018 Mander Jones Award from ! Congrats to all our contributing authors!
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SCMR Nov 11
Join us this Wednesday (13th) for a new seminar with Dr Reinhard Schweitzer (University of Vienna) presenting his research on ‘Voluntariness’ in the management of migrant irregularity. Pev1, 1B3, 3.30. All Welcome!
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Routledge Sociology & Criminology Nov 11
Nine new articles have published in on the experiences of multiracial and multiethnic individuals from nine different countries across the globe like the United Kingdom, Spain, Japan, Singapore and Israel:
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