Punk Sociology…published


My book Punk Sociology has now been published. I posted previously about the content of the book and Les Back’s endorsement (and also linking to chapter 1 which is still available open access). The book can now be accessed through the Palgrave Connect platform (which is really good, you can just use an institutional login to access an online version of the book, very much like using an ejournal). So if your library has purchased the ebook you can access it through Palgrave Connect. This is intended to be the main way of accessing and using the Palgrave Pivot titles (which is the series my book has been published in).

The kindle version has also been published and is on Amazon.

The hardback should be out soon, the publication date is today so I expect it will be available in the next few days. I’ll post again when I receive my author’s copies. Update…the hardback is now available.

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