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Volume 56 No 3 September 2005

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Continuing the public sociologies debate - replies to Michael Burawoy

Family, friends, status and chronocentrism

Response section

Books reviewed

Pages 499-519

Author Title Reviewer
Alpert, G P and Dunham, R G Understanding Police Use of Force: Officers, Suspects and Reciprocity Jonathon E. Lynch
Bartley, M Health Inequalities: An Introduction to Theories, Concepts and Methods Gail Wilson
Bills, D The Sociology of Education and Work Penny Jane Burke
Brannen, Julia, Moss, Peter and Mooney, Ann Working and Caring Over the Twentieth Century Rosemary Crompton
Gornick, Janet C and Meyers, Marcia K Families That Work: Policies For Reconciling Parenthood and Employment Rosemary Crompton
Dillon, Michele (ed) Handbook of the Sociology of Religion David Palmer
Faircloth, Christopher A (ed) Aging Bodies: Images and Everyday Experience Margrit Shildrick
Hobson, B Recognition Struggles and Social Movements: Contested Identities, Agency and Power Jeffrey Roberts
Irwin, Alan and Michael, Mike Science, Social Theory and Public Knowledge Javier Lezaun
Joan, Hans War and Modernity Eric Dunning
Oomen, T Nation, Civil Society and Social Movements: Essays in Political Sociology Wayne Clark
Pusey, Michael The Experience of Middle Australia: The Dark Side of Economic Reform Mark Western
Ribbens McCarthy, Jane, Edwards, Rosalind and Gillies, Val Making Families: Moral Tales of Parenting and Step-parenting Graham Allan
Sayyid, S A Fundamental Fear: Eurocentrism and the Emergence of Islamism Steve Bruce
Schell, Jonathan The Unconquerable World: Power, Nonviolence and the Will of the People Angus Stewart
Strangleman, T Work Identity at the End of the Line? Privatisation and Culture Change in the UK Rail Industry Jack Eaton
Williams, S J Medicine and the Body Monica Greco
Yancey, George Who Is White? Latinos, Asians, and the New Black/Nonblack Divide Máiréad Campbell