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International Sociological Association represents sociologists everywhere, regardless of their school of thought, scientific approaches or ideological opinion.
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Michelle Christian Nov 11
Recovering from giving birth and found this on Twitter. So happy that our article in International Sociology was chosen to be the article/topic of the month. , .
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analyses the responses of a variety of urban actors to religious diversification in a selection of French cities | Read her article in @
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Current Sociology Nov 13
Read now our November issue @ | Special Subsection on , w/ articles by , , & Guzmán-Concha, , , , & Bludova
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Sari Hanafi Nov 12
I am glad to announce the publication of my chapter “Normativity of Migration Studies: Ethics and Epistemic Community” in Migration and Islamic Ethics Issues of Residence, Naturalization & Citizenship. (Brill. Eds. Ray Jureidini and Said Fares Hassan). ().
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analyses the responses of a variety of urban actors to religious diversification in a selection of French cities | Read her article in @
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ISA Nov 11
Read now the November 2019 issue of , available @ | Includes Special Subsection on
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How regimes are produced: A transnational approach | Interesting findings of in by & A Namaganda published in till November 30 @
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New paper in November issue of : “Borders moving across people: Narratives of among Crimean after 2014” by & A. Bludova
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In ’s November issue: “Imagining futures, imagining selves: A narrative approach to ‘risk’ in young men’s lives” by
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New paper in ’s November issue: “The cascading crisis and the changing base of popular : The case of ” by
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How effective are alliances btw & in influencing political party position on issues outside labour's purview? Potentially quite a bit, as shows opposition to in &
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Struggling for education: The dynamics of in and , by & C Guzmán-Concha in Special Subsection on
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Millbank tendency: The strengths and limitations of mediated protest ‘events’ in UK student activism cycles | Paper by in Special Subsection on in November issue
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New article in November issue of | Disrupting the neoliberal university in South Africa: The movement in 2015, by
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Newly released Editorial by César Guzmán-Concha introducing special subsection on in November issue of
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ISA Nov 8
ISA Research Committee on Sociology of Migration () latest newsletter is out
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Eloísa Martín Nov 8
Next Monday at university I will be delivering a workshop of academic writing. Looking forward to meet you all there!
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Current Sociology Nov 8
Enjoy to César Guzmán-Concha’s introduction to special subsection on in newly released November issue of
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Current Sociology Nov 8
In our November issue : “The cascading crisis and the changing base of popular protest: The case of Iceland” | A paper by
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