Sociology has always been a diverse subject. There’s no single way of researching or teaching it, and our list here reflects this. Varied, interdisciplinary and global, with work from leading academics and first time authors alike.
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Our new series challenges the Ivory Tower of academia and provides a platform for academics, journalists, and activists of color to respond to today’s pressing social issues.
Written by prominent social scientists, this series offers readers short, up-to-date overviews of key issues often misrepresented, simplified or misunderstood in modern society and the media.
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With each chapter written by an internationally renowned expert, this is your essential guide to understanding the social forces that shape our lives and the world around us.
Theory, Culture & Society E-Specials
The new free-to-access TCS E-Special on Friedrich Kittler includes Kittler’s own work alongside other scholars’ articles that comment on his ideas and produce different lenses through which to view the various theories, themes and debates.
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There are over 120 hours in the full Sociology Video collection, to support your teaching and your students’ learning.
Part of the New Approaches to Sociology series, Race, Ethnicity & Society moves away from essentialist and polarized explanations of raced interaction, and offers a thoughtful and critically engaging exploration of some of the key issues around race and ethnicity in contemporary society.
Part of the New Approaches to Sociology series, Social Inequalities is a relevant and valuable exploration of how we see the world, through a decolonised lens. It presents an intersectional approach to understanding diversity and social inequalities and, in so doing, allows for alternative knowledge sources and voices to be heard.