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This issue (Volume 19, Issue 3, August 2014, ISSN: 1360-7804)
Edited by Rachel Brooks and Paul Hodkinson
Peer Reviewed articles
Stevienna de Saille
Martina Byrne and Brid Ni Chonaill
Madeleine Castro, Roger Burrows and Robin Wooffitt
Angus Bancroft, Mariah Jade Zimpfer, Orla Murray and Martina Karels
Ming-Chang Tsai and Rueyling Tzeng
Martyn Hammersley and Anna Traianou
Simon Dyson and Sue Dyson
Special Section: Mass Observation as Method - Guest edited by Emma Casey and Nick Hubble
Emma Casey, Fiona Courage and Nick Hubble
Liz Moor and Emma Uprichard
Rose Lindsey and Sarah Bulloch
Rapid Response Section: Representations of the Poor and the Politics of Welfare Reform - 'Benefits Street' and Beyond
Béla Janky, Boglarka Bakó, Péter Szilágyi and Adrienn Bognár
Kim Allen, Imogen Tyler and Sara De Benedictis
Tracy Shildrick, Robert MacDonald and Andy Furlong
Reviewed by Kevin Walby
Reviewed by Julia Bennett
Reviewed by Carlos Eduardo Rebello de Mendonça