Popular culture and the unconstrained sociological imagination

Here is a link to a blog piece about the sociological imagination in popular culture. This is a condensed version of a theme i’ve been working on for the last couple of years. Some of the references to this other work are in the blog, others can be found by selecting the links on the about pages (see the link above). The most recent piece, which is about the sociological imagination in hip-hop music, is currently in press with IJURR. Its a debate type article that provides a commentary on Jay-Z’s recent book Decoded. More about this to follow when the piece is out.

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