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December 2014

Piketty Symposium


Editors' introduction|

Piketty's challenge for sociology|
Mike Savage

Beyond capital? The challenge for sociology in Britain|
John Holmwood

After Piketty?|
A.B. Atkinson

Capital and  time:contradiction, uncertainty and inequality|
Laura Bear

Capital in the twenty-first century: a critique
|David Soskice

Gendering inequality: a note on Piketty's Capital in the Twenty-First Century
|Diane Perrons

The politics of Piketty: what political science can learn from, and contribute to, the debate on|Capital in the Twenty-First Century
|Jonathan Hopkins

Piketty's capital and social policy
|David Piachaud

Piketty in the long run|
Frank Cowell

Where's the capital? A geographical essay
|Gareth Jones

Capital in the Twenty-First Century: a multidimensional approach to the history of capital and social classes|
Thomas Piketty




September 2014


Crime, poverty and policy

Heavy-Light, absent-present: rethinking the 'weight' of imprisonment|
Ben Crewe, Alison Liebling and Susie Hulley

Frenzied attacks.  A Micro-sociological analysis of the emotional dynamics of extreme youth violence|
Don Weenink

Income inequality, poverty and crime across nations
|Paul-Philippe Pare and Richard Felson

 Imagining the State

Neither real nor fictitious but 'as if real'? A political ontology of the state|
Colin Hay

 Towards a political ontology of state power: a comment on Colin Hay's article|
Bob Jessop

If it didn't exist we'd have to invent it... Further reflections on the ontological status of the state|
Colin Hay

Value-free sociology

Provoking misunderstanding: a comment on Black's defece of value-free sociology|
Martyn Hammersley

Additional papers

The materiality of mathematics: presenting mathematics at the blackboard|
Christian Greiffenhagen

Taste cultures of music and drugs: evidence from three analytic levels|
Michael Vuolo, Christopher Uggen and Sarah Lageson

Towards intensive parenting? Changes in the composition and determinants of mothers' and fathers' time with children 1992-2006|
Lyn Craig, Abigail Powell and Ciara Smyth

 Book Reviews