New Books in Sociology

Interviews with Sociologists about their New Books

https://newbooksnetwork.com/category/politics-society/sociology/

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episode 74: Greg Beckett, "There is No More Haiti: Between Life and Death in Port-au-Prince" (U California Press, 2019)


Beckett offers an examination of “crisis” in Haiti, and pushes back against the widespread racist idea that Haiti is inherently lawless by showing the ongoing production of disorder, the scripting of crisis, and the concatenation of disaster...


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episode 72: Nicholas B. Miller, "John Millar and the Scottish Enlightenment: Family Lfe and World History" (Voltaire Foundation, 2017)


During the long eighteenth century the moral and socio-political dimensions of family life and gender were hotly debated by intellectuals across Europe....


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episode 3: Gabriel Dattatreyan, "The Globally Familiar: Digital Hip-Hop, Masculinity, and Urban Space in Delhi" (Duke UP, 2020)


Dattatreyan focuses on non-elite, urban, lower caste/class embodiments of masculinity, in the context of globally familiar soundscpaes, images and aesthetics...


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episode 72: Martin James, "State of Base: The Origins of Jungle/Drum and Bass" (Velocity Press, 2020)


James examines the origins and progression of British Junglism in the 1990s...


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episode 112: T. Paulus and A. Wise, "Looking for Insight, Transformation, and Learning in Online Talk " (Routledge, 2019)


The book offers a comprehensive discussion of conducting research on online talk...


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episode 12: David A. Harris, "A City Divided: Race, Fear and the Law in Police Confrontations" (Anthem Press, 2020)


How do we move police forces from a warrior culture to connecting better with communities they serve?


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episode 180: Nadine El-Enany, "Bordering Britain: Law, Race and Empire" (Manchester UP, 2020)


How can we understand the legacy of colonialism within contemporary society?


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episode 108: Danyel Reiche and Tamir Sorek, "Sport, Politics, and Society in the Middle East" (Oxford UP, 2019)


The edited volume is not only an at times ethnographic dive into Middle Eastern sports’ multiple facets but also in many ways a mapping of how much remains to be explored....


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episode 97: M. C. Stevenson et al. (eds.), "The Legacy of Racism for Children: Psychology, Law and Public Policy" (Oxford UP, 2020)


When children become entangled with the law, their lives can be disrupted irrevocably. When those children are underrepresented minorities, the potential for disruption is even greater.


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episode 156: Jan Doering, "Us versus Them: Race, Crime, and Gentrification in Chicago Neighborhoods" (Oxford UP, 2020)


In Chicago, "public safety" and "social justice" do not alway go hand in hand...


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