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September 2015

Nationalism, democratization and cosmopolitics
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Edin Tabak

Europe in world regional perpective: formations of modernity and major historical transformations
Gerard Delanty

Cosmopolitics: towards a new articulation of politics, science and critique
Hiro Saito

New adventures in ethnomethods
Methodological troubles as problems and phenomena: ethnomethodology and the question of 'method' in the social sciences
Christian Greiffenhaen, Michael Mair and Wes Sharrock

Microstructures of economic action: talk, interaction and the bottom line
Nick LLewellyn

Family history and  intergenerational mobility
Increasing inter-genertional social mobility: is educational expansion the answer?
Patrick Sturgis and  Franz Buscha

Practising family history:' identity' as a category of social practice
Wendy Bottero

Are conspiracy theories rational?
Scrutinizing impacts of conspiracy theories on readers' political views: a rational choice perspective on anti-semetic in Turkey
Turkay Salim Nefes

Book Review Symposium: Hard Times: Inequality, Recession, Aftermath
Editor Introduction
Manali Desai

Hard times are only going to get harder
David Blanchflower

When a rich society gets a bit poorer: the safety net in hard times
Kitty Stewart

Social division and state restructuring
Peter Taylor Gooby

Response to commentators
Tom Clark and Anthony Heath



December 2015

Modernity and the reflexive self
On reflexivity and the conduct of the self in everyday life: reflections on Bourdieu and Archer
Sadiya Akram and Anthony Hogan

Ultimate concerns in late modernity: Archer, Bourdieu and reflexivity
David M. Farrugia and Dan Woodman

Sociology as a career
Rescuing from oblivion: social characteristics and career destinations of early British 'sociology' graduates, 1907-39
Christopher T. Husbands

Work, life and industrial citizenship
Rethinking industrial citizenship : the role and meaning of work in an age of austerity
Tim Strangleman

Work--life balance/imbalance: the dominance of the middle class and the neglect of the working class
Tracey Warren

Special Section: Aesthetics and social change
Editorial comment: introducing new BJS special sections
Editorial Team

Notes towards a 'social aesthetic': Guest editors' introduction to the special section
Cristiana Olcese and Mike Savage

Pierre Bourdieu and Jacques Ranciere on art/aesthetics and politics:: the origins of disagreement, 1963--1985
Derek Robbins

Fell runners and walking walls:  towards a sociology of living landscapes and aesthetic atmosperes as an alternative to a Lakeland picturesque
Sarah Nettleton

Restabilizing attachment to cultural objects.  Aesthetics, emotions and biography
Claudio Benzecry