The British Journal of Sociology was previously published as British Journal of Sociology.
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Making Bengali Brick Lane: claiming and contesting space in East London
Paths to citizenship? Public views on the extension of rights to legal and second-generation immigrants in Europe
Ceobanu, Alin M.; Escandell, Xavier
Dissenting families and social movement abeyance: the transmission of neo-fascist frames in postwar Italy
Veugelers, John W.P.
Ageing in a spectacular ‘youth culture’: continuity, change and community amongst older goths
A tainted trade? Moral ambivalence and legitimation work in the private security industry
Thumala, Angélica; Goold, Benjamin; Loader, Ian
Economic advice as a vocation: symbioses of scientific and political authority
Laughing it off? Humour, affect and emotion work in communities living with nuclear risk
Parkhill, K.A.; Henwood, K.L.; Pidgeon, N.F.; Simmons, P.
The cultural currency of a ‘good’ sense of humour: British comedy and new forms of distinction
Caught in the Machinery: Workplace Accidents and Injured Workers in Nineteenth-Century Britain – By Jamie L. Bronstein
Witt, John Fabian
Communication Power – By Manuel Castells
Buddy System: Understanding Male Friendships – By Geoffrey L. Greif
The Single Woman and the Fairytale Prince – By J.-C. Kaufmann
When Experiments Travel: Clinical Trials and the Global Search for Human Subjects – By A. Petryna
Drug Use and Social Change: The Distortion of History – By M. Shiner
Making Public Places Safer: Surveillance and Crime Prevention – By Brandon C. Welsh and David P. Farrington
Notes to contributors