Tag Archives: public sociology

Deborah Lupton on the implications of digital sociology

On her great blog This Sociological Life, Deborah Lupton has offered some reflections on ‘Digital Sociology, Public Sociology, Private Sociology‘. The post responds to a recent event to think about the implications of digital sociology for the broader discipline and … Continue reading

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Public geography/sociology and social media

The new issue if Dialogues in Human Geography contains a forum on public geography and social media. The articles are currently open access. The section focuses on geography, but the issues discussed relate to broader discussions around public engagement and … Continue reading

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A bibliography of public sociology

Today I’ll be attending this talk by Les Back, I’m sure it’s going to be fascinating. It has already got me reflecting again on public sociology. I’m giving a lecture on public sociology next year (plus I’ve just secured a … Continue reading

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Precariousness and public sociology

David Hill has a great post on his Schizomedia blog concerning ‘Precariousness and Public Sociology‘. David uses the recent social media reaction to the Great British class survey to think about sociology. In particular he looks at the use of … Continue reading

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