The British Journal of Sociology was previously published as British Journal of Sociology.
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The Afghan War and ‘postmodern’ memory: commemoration and the dead of Helmand
British Muslims and the UK government's ‘war on terror’ within: evidence of a clash of civilizations or emergent de-civilizing processes?
Agency, reflexivity and risk: cosmopolitan, neurotic or prudential citizen?
Walklate, Sandra; Mythen, Gabriel
False security or greater social inclusion? Exploring perceptions of CCTV use in public and private spaces accessed by the homeless
Trust and technology: the social foundations of aviation regulation
When was secularization? Dating the decline of the British churches and locating its cause
Bruce, Steve; Glendinning, Tony
Opposition to enlargement as a symbolic defence of group position: multilevel analyses of attitudes toward candidates' entries in the EU-25
Dixon, Jeffrey C.
Sociology, the public sphere, and modern government: a challenge to the dominance of Habermas
Research, policy and funding – academic treadmills and the squeeze on intellectual spaces
What is Mental Disorder? An Essay in Philosophy, Science and Values – By D. Bolton
Transnational Tortillas: Race, Gender, and Shop-floor Politics in Mexico and the United States – By C. Bank Muñoz
Álvarez Galván, José Luis
Cosmopolitanism – By R. Fine
Critical Realism and the Social Sciences: Heterodox Elaborations – Edited by J. Frauley and F. Pearce
Beyond Price. Value in Culture, Economics, and the Arts – Edited by M. Hutter and D. Throsby
Market, Class and Employment – By P. McGovern, S. Hill, C. Mills and M. White
European Society – By W. Outhwaite
Notes to contributors