New books – Sociology


Apartheid Vertigo: The Rise in Discrimination Against Africans in South Africa     David M. Matsinhe, Carleton University, Canada

Ethnicity and Education in England and Europe: Gangstas, Geeks and Gorjas    Ian Law, University of Leeds, UK and Sarah Swann, University of Leeds, UK

Gender and Well-Being: The Role of Institutions    Edited by Elisabetta Addis, University of Sassari, Italy, Paloma de Villota, Complutense University of Madrid, Florence Degavre, Catholic University, Louvain, Belgium and John Eriksen, Norwegian Social Research Institute, Norway

Guarding Against Crime: Measuring Guardianship within Routine Activity Theory    Danielle M. Reynald, Griffith University, Australia

Making Disease, Making Citizens: The Politics of Hepatitis C    Suzanne Fraser and Kate Seear, both at Monash University, Australia

Managing Cultural Change: Reclaiming Synchronicity in a Mobile World    Melissa Butcher, Open University, UK

Mediating Mental Health: Contexts, Debates and Analysis    Michael Birch, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, USA

Migration, Citizenship and Intercultural Relations: Looking through the Lens of Social Inclusion     Edited by Fethi Mansouri and Michele Lobo, both at Deakin University, Australia

Paradoxes of Individualization: Social Control and Social Conflict in Contemporary Modernity    Dick Houtman, Stef Aupers and Willem de Koster, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Redrawing Anthropology: Materials, Movements, Lines    Edited by Tim Ingold, University of Aberdeen, UK

The Social Thought of Talcott Parsons: Methodology and American Ethos    Uta Gerhardt, University of Heidelberg, Germany

The Spanish Welfare State in European Context  Edited by Ana Marta Guillén, University of Oviedo, Spain and Margarita León, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

Young People and Work   Edited by Robin Price, Queensland University of Technology, Australia, Paula McDonald, Queensland University of Technology, Australia, Janis Bailey, Griffith University, Australia and Barbara Pini, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

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