Diane Reay, University of Cambridge For the first decade of the 2000s I was a member of FAAB [...]Read more
THE CULTURE WARS OVER ENGLISH SCHOOLS
Nick Stevenson, University of Nottingham When progressive rock band Pink Floyd released their song ‘Another Brick in the [...]Read more
WHY ONLINE PRIVACY IS NOT DEAD: NEGOTIATION AND CONFLICT IN SOCIAL MEDIA
Paola Tubaro, University of Greenwich The "end of privacy" is a recurring theme in current political and scientific [...]Read more
MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT CELEBRITY
Timothy Clarke, Pojanath Bhatanacharoen and David Greatbatch, University of Durham In 1995 Business Week published an exposé into [...]Read more
MARK DUGGAN AND BRITAIN’S POST-COLONIAL POLITICS OF DEATH
Malcolm James, City University, London About two years ago, I was set to jump through one of the [...]Read more
THE TYRANNIES OF COLLABORATIVE CONSUMPTION
Michael O’Regan, Institute for Tourism Studies, Macau We are told we are undergoing a rapid explosion in sharing, [...]Read more
URBAN LIFE AND MENTAL HEALTH: RE-VISITING POLITICS, SOCIETY AND BIOLOGY
Des Fitzgerald, Nikolas Rose, and Ilina Singh, King’s College London What can biological research contribute to the study [...]Read more
Moral Panics and Youth Crime – Where are the Girls?
Jackie Turton, Essex University History reveals that moral panics (Cohen, 2011) about hooligans, gangs and uncontrolled youth, focussed [...]Read more
Poverty fifty years on — but what IS poverty?
John Veit-Wilson, Newcastle University. Listening to government politicians talking about poverty is like hearing 18th century doctors discuss [...]Read more
SOCIAL MOBILITY: LIFT GOING UP, DOORS CLOSING. GOING DOWN, DOORS WIDE OPEN; ANY VOLUNTEERS?
Ken Roberts, University of Liverpool It is rare for [...]Read more