Volume 2, Issue 2 (November 2011)

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Editorial (2.2)

One of sociology’s important tasks is to combat popular stereotypes…

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Negotiating Islamophobia: Exit, Voice, and Loyalty

by Catherine Delcroix, University of Strasbourg, France Islamophobia has been…

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The New Islamic Populism

by Vedi R. Hadiz, Murdoch University, Australia One of the…

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Who’s to Blame? Stormy Times in Climate Change Negotiations

by Herbert Docena, Focus on the Global South, Philippines, and…

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What Possibilities for Global Labor?

by Robert Lambert, University of Western Australia, former President of…

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Self-Discovery: A Grass Roots Civil Society in Israel

by Devorah Kalekin-Fishman, University of Haifa, Israel, former ISA Vice-President…

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Ten Theses on the Status of Sociology in an Unequal World

by Piotr Sztompka, University of Krakow, Poland, former ISA President…

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Excellence and Balance: Producing Sociology that Matters

by Tina Uys, University of Johannesburg, South Africa, ISA Vice-President…

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‘Patient Denied Hospitalization’ or ‘In Defence of Sociology’

by Nikita Pokrovsky, State University-Higher School of Economics, Moscow, President…

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Academic Dependency

by Fernanda Beigel, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas,…

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Producing Sociology in Today’s Unequal World

by Helga Nowotny, President of the European Research Council, Chair…

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When the End of War Doesn’t Mean Peace

by Alice Szczepanikova, Alexander von Humboldt Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Goethe…

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Congress of the Latin American Sociological Association: Final Declaration

by Raquel Sosa Elízaga, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, ISA…

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Sociology for Turbulent Times: Address to the European Sociological Association

by Anália Torres, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, President of the…

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Goodbye, Devorah – Hello, Mohammed

Devorah Kalekin finishes her term as the founding editor of…

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