Volume 2, Issue 5 (August 2012)

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Sociology as a Vocation

Max Weber delivered his inspired and inspiring lectures – “Science…

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On the Vocation of Sociology in Liquid Modernity

by Zygmunt Bauman, Leeds University, UK.  Zygmunt Bauman has become…

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Who is Izabela Barlinska?

Everyone in the ISA knows the name Izabela Barlinska –…

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Educating Children on the Longest Street in the World

by Tamara Kay, Harvard University, USA In an urban slum…

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Taking Sides: Science at the Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development

by Herbert Docena, University of California, Berkeley, USA[1]  UN conferences…

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Contested Outcomes: Feminism and Neoliberalism

by Sylvia Walby, Lancaster University, UK, and former President of…

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Ukrainian Feminism in Action

by Tamara Martsenyuk, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine International…

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Rising Levels of Insecurity in Latin America

by Gabriel Kessler, National University of La Plata, Argentina Concern…

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The Black Middle Class in Colombia: A Social Oxymoron?

by Mara Viveros-Vigoya, National University of Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia Numerous…

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On the Real State of Sociology in Russia: Opposing Vakhshtayn’s Polemics

by N.V. Romanovsky and Zh.T. Toshchenko, editors of the Russian…

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British Sociology in an Age of Austerity

by John D. Brewer, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, and President…

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The Yokohama Congress: a Bridge to a More Equal World

by Koichi Hasegawa, Tohoku University, Sendai, and Chair of the…

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Italian Universities for Sale

by Laura Corradi, University of Calabria, Italy  “The Italian University…

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The ISA at the UN: Crime and Criminal Justice

by Rosemary Barberet, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New…

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The Arizona Desert: A Death Trap for Migrants

Photo Essay by Emine Fidan Elcioglu, University of California, Berkeley,…

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Are you interested in editing ISA’s eSymposium?

by Jennifer Platt, University of Sussex, UK, and ISA Vice-President…

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