Volume 10, Issue 2, published 30/6/2005
Peer Reviewed Articles
Nice and Tidy: Translation and Representation
Researching Hard-to Reach Populations: Privileged Access Interviewers and Drug Using Parents.
Nicola Jane Taylor and Jackie Kearney
Debate Section: Future Trends
In Volume 10, Issue 1 of the journal Gayle Letherby and John Scott both contributed pieces, which we hoped would stimulate reflections and debate on the pasts, presents and possible futures of the discipline of sociology. The articles in this section are the first of what we hope will be a number of responses. The editors of the journal would welcome further contributions to this section - either in the form of short contributions/reflections, or longer articles that would be subject to the peer review process.
Comment and Contribution
Beyond the Science of 'Society'
Peer Reviewed Article
Towards an Emotionally Conscious Social Theory
Special Section: Consumption and Waste (Peer Reviewed)
Guest Edited by Andrea Abbas, Steve Taylor, Tony Chapman, Dave Morland and Diane Nutt
Editorial Introduction to a Collection from the 2003 BSA Conference 'Social Futures: Desire, Excess and Waste': The Consumption and Waste Stream
Andrea Abbas, Steve Taylor, Tony Chapman, Dave Morland and Diane Nutt
Explaining Showering: a Discussion of the Material, Conventional, and Temporal Dimensions of Practice
Martin Hand, Elizabeth Shove and Dale Southerton
Sociology, Science and Sustainability: Developing Relationships in Scotland
Kirsty L. Blackstock, Elizabeth A. Kirk and Alison D. Reeves
Urban Consumption and Feelings of Attachment of Rotterdam's New Middle Class
Marco van der Land
What is Safe? Cultural Citizenship, Visual Culture and Risk
The Reemergence of Self-Employment : A Comparative Study of Self-Employment Dynamics and Social Inequality
Arum, Richard and Muller, Walter (Editors)
Reviewed by Edward Granter
The Sociology of Education and Work
Bills, David B.
Reviewed by Raf Vanderstraeten
Social Research: Theory, Methods and Techniques
Reviewed by Edwin van Teijlingen
Sex and Manners : Female Emancipation in the West 1890 - 2000 (Theory, Culture and Society Series)
Reviewed by Jenny Greener