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  1. General introductory reading 4 items
    1. Thinking sociologically - Zygmunt Bauman, Tim May, Askews & Holts Library Services 2001

      Book Recommended

    2. Sociology - Anthony Giddens, Philip W. Sutton 2017

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    3. Sociology: a global introduction - John J. Macionis, Kenneth Plummer, Dawson Books 2012

      Book 

    4. Understanding Scotland: the sociology of a nation - David McCrone, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book 

  2. Section 1: The Sociology of Media (Dr Hayes Mabweazara) 59 items
    1. Media Production 1: Political Interests and Representations 10 items
      1. Key readings: 3 items
        1. Contemporary sociology - Greg Philo 2015

          Book Essential See: Philo, G., Miller, D. & Happer, C. - ‘Circuits of Communication and structures of Power: The Sociology of the Mass Media’ - pp. 444-471. Available via Online Research Button.

        2. The handbook of journalism studies - Thomas Hanitzsch 2009

          Book Essential Dinan, W. & Miller, D. - ‘Journalism, Public Relations and Spin’ - pp.250-264, available via Online Resource button.

        3. Manufacturing consent: the political economy of the mass media - Edward S. Herman, Noam Chomsky 2008

          Book Essential See: Chapters 1 & 2. Chapter 1, pp. 1-33, available via Online Resource button.

      2. Additional readings: 7 items
        1. Media and democracy - James Curran, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2011

          Book  See: Chapters 1, 2 & 12

        2. Power without responsibility: press, broadcasting and the internet in Britain - James Curran, Jean Seaton 2018

          Book  See: Chapters 9 & 10

        3. Framing public life: perspectives on media and our understanding of the social world - Stephen D. Reese, Oscar H. Gandy, August E. Grant c2003

          Book  See: Miller, Mark, M. and Riechert, Bonnie, P. - ‘The Spiral of Opportunity and Frame Resonance: Mapping the issue Cyle in News and Public Discourse’ - pp. 106-122.

        4. Market killing: what the free market does and what social scientists can do about it - Greg Philo, David Miller 2001

          Book  See:especially chapter ‘Cultural Compliance’ read pages 3-33, for effect of market on production/content.

    2. Media Production 2: The Sociology of News: How News is ‘Manufactured’ 28 items
      1. Key readings: 2 items
        1. Mass media and society - James Curran, Michael Gurevitch 2005

          Book Essential See: Schudson, M. - ‘Four Approaches to the Sociology of News’ - pp.171-197, available via Online Resource button.

        2. Mediating the message in the 21st century: a media sociology perspective - Pamela J. Shoemaker, Stephen D. Reese 2014

          Book Essential See: Chapters 6, 7 & 8

      2. Additional readings: 6 items
        1. The Routledge companion to news and journalism - Stuart Allan c2012

          Book  See: Dickinson, R. - ‘Making Up the News: Journalists, Deviance and Social Control in News Production’ - pp. 223-233.

        2. Manufacturing the news - Mark Fishman 1988, ©1980

          Book  See: Chapter 6

        3. The Routledge companion to news and journalism - Stuart Allan c2012

          Book  See: Franklin, B. Lewis, J. & Rew Williams - 'Journalism, News Sources and Public Relations' - pp. 202-212.

        4. Bad news - Peter Beharrell, Glasgow University Media Group 1976-1980

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        5. Public communication: the new imperatives : future directions for media research - Marjorie Ferguson 1990

          Book  See: Schlesinger, P. - ‘Rethinking Sociology of Journalism: Source strategies and the Limits of Media-Centrism’ - pp. 61-83.

      3. Media Representations 1: The Politics of ‘Othering’ and Misrepresentations 10 items
        1. Key readings: 2 items
          1. Journalism: critical issues - Stuart Allan January 1, 2005

            Book Essential See: Bailely, Olga, G. and Harindranath, Ramaswami - ‘Racialised “Othering” - pp. 274-286.

          2. Hearth and home: images of women in the mass media - Gaye Tuchman, Arlene Kaplan Daniels, James Walker Benét 1978

            Book Essential See: Tuchman, G. - “The Symbolic Annihilation of Women by the Mass Media.” - pp. 3-38. Available via Online Resource Button.

        2. Additional readings: 8 items
          1. The Routledge companion to news and journalism - Stuart Allan c2012

            Book  See: Harker, J. - ‘Race and Diversity in the News’ - pp. 312-319.

          2. Bad news for disabled people: how the newsapapers are reporting disability - Emma Briant, Nick Watson, Greg Philo, University of Glasgow. Strathclyde Centre for Disability Research 2011 (electronic resource)

            Document  Also on Glasgow Media Group Website.

          3. Journalism: critical issues - Stuart Allan January 1, 2005

            Book  Ross, K. - ‘Women in the Boyzone: Gender, News and Herstory', - pp. 287-298.

          4. Journalism: critical issues - Stuart Allan January 1, 2005

            Book  See: Sonwalkar, P. - ‘Banal Journalism: The Centrality of the “Us-them” binary, in news discourse’, - pp. 239-260.

          5. The handbook of journalism studies - Taylor & Francis Group 2009

            Book  See: Van Dijk, Teun A. - ‘News, Discourse, and Ideology’ - pp.191-204.

      4. Media Representations 2: Representations of War and Conflict 10 items
        1. Key readings: 3 items
          1. Media ethics - Taylor & Francis Group 1998

            Book Essential See: Bell, Martin “The Journalism of Attachment”. pp.15-22

          2. Pockets of resistance: British news media, war and theory in the 2003 invasion of Iraq - Piers Robinson, Peter Goddard, Katy Parry, Craig Murray 2010

            Book Essential See: Chapter 3, Theorising and Analysing Media in War Time; Chapter 7, Case Studies from the Invasion of Iraq: Jessica Lynch, Ali Abbas and the Anti-War Movement

          3. More bad news from Israel - Greg Philo, Mike Berry, Dawson Books 2011

            Book Essential See: Chapter 2

        2. Additional readings: 7 items
          1. War and media: the emergence of diffused war - Andrew Hoskins, Ben O'Loughlin, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2013

            Book  See: Chapter 1 & 2

          2. Afghanistan war and the media: deadlines and frontlines - Richard Lance Keeble, John Mair 2010

            Book  See: Chapter 1

          3. Tell me lies: propaganda and media distortion in the attack on Iraq - David Miller 2004

            Book  See: Miller, D. - ‘The Propaganda Machine’, - pp. 80-100.

          4. Journalism: critical issues - Stuart Allan January 1, 2005

            Book  See: Montgomery, M. - ‘Talking War: How Journalism Responded to the Events of 9/11’, pp. 239-260.

          5. Glasgow Media Group reader: Vol. 2: Industry, economy, war and politics - Greg Philo, Glasgow University Media Group 1995

            Book  See: Philo, Greg and McLaughlin, G. - "The British Media and the Gulf War",

          6. War and the media: reporting conflict 24/7 - Daya Kishan Thussu, Des Freedman 2003

            Book  See: Aijaz, A. - ‘Contextualising Conflict: The US War on Terrorism’ - pp. 15-28.

    3. Media Audiences 1: From the ‘Effects School’ to ‘Reception Theory’ 7 items
      1. Key readings: 2 items
        1. Media effects and society - Elizabeth M. Perse 2001

          Book Essential See: Chapter 2 & 3

        2. Culture, media, language: working papers in cultural studies, 1972-79 - Stuart Hall, University of Birmingham. Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies 1980

          Book Essential See: Hall, S. - ‘Encoding/Decoding’

      2. Additional readings: 5 items
        1. Critical readings: media and audiences - Virginia Nightingale, Karen Ross 2003

          Book  See: Halloran, J., Elliot, P. and Murdock, G. - ‘Viewer’s Reactions’ - pp. 29-35.

        2. Message received: Glasgow Media Group research, 1993-1998 - Ebooks Corporation Limited 1998

          Book  See: Miller, D. and Philo, G. - “The Effective Media” and “Children/TV/Video Violence” and “Conclusions on Media Audiences and Message Reception”

        3. Understanding audiences: theory and method - Andy Ruddock c2001

          Book  See: Chapter 2

        4. The mass media and power in modern Britain - J. E. T. Eldridge, Jenny Kitzinger, Kevin Williams c1997

          Book  See: theoretical arguments.

    4. Media Audiences 2: Media Influences on Public Beliefs and Behaviour 9 items
      1. Key readings: 2 items
        1. The handbook of journalism studies - Thomas Hanitzsch 2009

          Book Essential See: Madianou, M. - ‘Audience Reception and News in Everyday Life’ - pp. 325-357, available via Online Resource button.

        2. The Routledge companion to news and journalism - Stuart Allan c2012

          Book Essential See: Philo, G. - ‘News, Audiences and the Construction of Public Knowledge’ - pp. 407-416.

      2. Additional readings: 7 items
        1. Critical readings: media and audiences - Virginia Nightingale, Karen Ross 2003

          Book  See: Jenkins, H. - ‘Interactive Audiences’ - pp. 279-296.

        2. Media audiences - Marie Gillespie 2005

          Book  See: Livingstone, S. ‘Media Audiences, Interpreters and Users’ - pp. 9-49.

        3. The Nationwide audience: structure and decoding - David Morley, British Film Institute 1980

          Book  See: Chapters 1, 2 and 3

        4. Seeing and believing: the influence of television - Greg Philo 1990

          Book  See: Chapter 7, pp. 200-205

    5. Tutorial readings for Mass Media 5 items
      1. The Routledge companion to news and journalism - Stuart Allan c2012

        Book  Dickinson, R. - ‘Making Up the News: Journalists, Deviance and Social Control in News Production’ - pp. 223-233

      2. The Routledge companion to news and journalism - Stuart Allan c2012

        Book  Philo, G. - ‘News, Audiences and the Construction of Public Knowledge’- pp. 407-416.

      3. Mass media and society - James Curran, Michael Gurevitch 2005

        Book  Schudson, M. - ‘Four Approaches to the Sociology of News’ - p.171-197.

      4. Journalism: critical issues - Stuart Allan January 1, 2005

        Book  See: Sonwalkar, P. - ‘Banal Journalism: The Centrality of the “Us-Them” Binary in News Discourse’ - pp. 261-273.

  3. Section 2: ‘Crime’, ‘control’, and ‘criminals’ (Dr Julie Berg) 64 items
    1. Crime 1: Criminology, crime, deviance, and disorder 12 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. A suitable amount of crime - Nils Christie, Askews & Holts Library Services 2004

          Book Essential See: Chapters 1 to 3

        2. Key readings in criminology - Tim Newburn 2009

          Book Essential See: Muncie, J., ‘The construction and deconstruction of crime’, pp. 11-16, available via Online Resource button.

      2. Additional readings 10 items
        1. What is criminology? - Mary Bosworth, Carolyn Hoyle, Oxford University Press 2011 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: Bosworth, M. & Hoyle, C. - ‘What is criminology? An introduction’ - pp. 1-11.

        2. An introduction to criminology and criminal justice - Chris Crowther 2007

          Book  See: ‘Defining crime and studying criminology and criminal justice’.

        3. Defining crime: a critique of the concept and its implication - Michael J. Lynch, Paul Stretesky, Michael A. Long 2015

          Book  See: ‘What is crime?’, pp. 27-55.

        4. Criminology - Chris Hale 2013

          Book  See: Morrison, W., ‘What is crime? Contrasting definitions and perspectives’.

    2. Crime 2: Measuring crime and victimisation 10 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. A Note on the Uses of Official Statistics - John I. Kitsuse, Aaron V. Cicourel 10/1963

          Article Essential

        2. The Oxford handbook of criminology - Mike Maguire, Rodney Morgan, Robert Reiner c1997

          Book Essential See: Maguire, M.‘Crime statistics, patterns and trends: Changing perceptions and their implications’,135-42.

      2. Additional readings 8 items
        1. Criminology - Tim Newburn 2017

          Book  See: ‘Crime data and crime trends’.

        2. The Oxford handbook of criminology - Mike Maguire, Rodney Morgan, Robert Reiner 2002

          Book  See: Reiner, R., ‘Media made criminality: The representation of crime in the mass media’, pp. 302-340.

        3. Crime victims: theory, policy and practice - Basia Spalek, Jo Campling 2006

          Book  See: ‘Researching victimisation: Contesting victimhood’, pp.47-67.

        4. The Oxford handbook of criminology - Mike Maguire, Rodney Morgan, Robert Reiner c1997

          Book  See: Zedner, L., ‘Victims’, pp. 419-456.

    3. Crime 3: Contemporary explanations of crime: reframing the debates 9 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. Democracy, Crime, and Justice - Susanne Karstedt, Gary Lafree 05/2006

          Article Essential

        2. Pathways to peace: the transformative power of children and families 2014

          Book Essential See: Morgan, B., et al, ‘Human biological development and peace: Genes, brains, safety, and justice’, pp. 95-128.

      2. Additional Readings 7 items
        1. A general theory of crime - Michael R. Gottfredson, Travis Hirschi 1990

          Book  See: Gottfredson, M. and Hirschi, T., ‘The nature of criminality’, pp. 85-120, available via Online Resource button.

        2. Criminological perspectives: essential readings - Eugene McLaughlin, John Muncie, Gordon Hughes c2013

          Book  See: Lea, J. and Young, J., ‘Relative Deprivation’, pp. 154-163, available via Online Resource button.

        3. Social theory and social structure - Robert King Merton 1968

          Book  See: ‘Social Structure and Anomie’, pp.185-214, available via Online Resource button.

        4. Class, state & crime - Richard Quinney 1980

          Book  See: Quinney, R., ‘Crime and the development of capitalism’, pp. 38-71, available via Online Resource button.

        5. The Oxford handbook of criminology 2017

          Book  See: Rock, P., ‘The foundations of sociological theories of crime’. Available via Online Resource Button.

        6. Rethinking criminology: the realist debate - Jock Young, Roger Matthews 1992

          Book  See: 'Ten points of realism’, pp. 24-68, available via Online Resource button.

    4. Crime 4: Constructions of the ‘criminal’ and ‘new’ crimes 10 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
      2. Additional Readings 8 items
        1. Criminological perspectives: essential readings - Eugene McLaughlin, John Muncie, Gordon Hughes c2013

          Book  See: Becker, H., ‘Outsiders’, pp. 214-223.

        2. Reputation in a dark network of online criminals - David Décary-Hétu, Benoit Dupont 05/2013

          Article 

    5. Crime 5: Governing through crime 12 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. Criminological perspectives: essential readings - Eugene McLaughlin, John Muncie, Gordon Hughes c2013

          Book Essential See: Becarria, C., 'On crimes and punishments', pp. 5-15, available via Online Resource button.

        2. Criminological perspectives: essential readings - Eugene McLaughlin, John Muncie, Gordon Hughes c2013

          Book Essential See: Simon, J., 'Governing through crime', pp. 531-546, available via Online Resource button.

      2. Additional Readings 10 items
        1. Crime control as industry: towards Gulags, Western style - Nils Christie 2000

          Book  See: Chapters 5,8, 12 and 13

        2. Imprisoning communities: how mass incarceration makes disadvantaged neighborhoods worse - Todd R. Clear, Oxford University Press 2007 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: Clear, T. 'The problem of concentrated incarceration', pp.3-13

    6. Crime 6: Decriminalisation and criminology 10 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. From ‘crime’ to social harm? - Paddy Hillyard, Steve Tombs 14/11/2007

          Article Essential

      2. Additional Readings 8 items
        1. Crime in an insecure world - Richard Victor Ericson 2007

          Book  See: Ericson, E. 'Crime in an Insecure World', pp.1-35

        2. Criminal obsessions: why harm matters more than crime - Paddy Hillyard, Crime and Society Foundation (Great Britain) 2005

          Book  See: Hillyard, P. and S. Tombs. 'Beyond criminology?', pp.6-23

    7. Crime 7. Review & Revision 1 item
  4. Section 3 Anthropology: CULTURE, ETHNOGRAPHY, AND GLOBAL ISSUES (Dr Alicia Davis) 95 items
    1. Lecture 1: What is anthropology? What is culture? Who is the other? 12 items
      1. Key Readings: 3 items
        1. The wayfinders: why ancient wisdom matters in the modern world - Wade Davis 2009

          Book Essential See: Davis, W. - “Season of the Brown Hyena.” - pp. 1-34.

        2. Going abroad: traveling like an anthropologist - Robert Gordon, Taylor & Francis Group 2016

          Book Essential See: Gordon, R. - “That Beast Called the Anthropological Perspective.” - pp. 19-27.

      2. Additional Readings & Materials to explore: Multi-media: 4 items
        1. Wayfinders why ancient wisdom matters in the modern world - Massey Lectures

          Audio-visual document  You can listen to Wade Davis deliver one of his signature lectures on our reading

        2. Or watch a Film: 

      3. Readings 5 items
        1. The cultural geography reader - Tim Oakes, Patricia Lynn Price 2008

          Book  See: Abu-Lughod, L. - 'Writing against culture' - pp. 62-71

        2. Anthropology: the exploration of human diversity - Conrad Phillip Kottak 1974

          Book  See: Kottak, C. P. - “What is Anthropology?” and “Applying Anthropology.” pp. 3-22; 53-71.

        3. Bulletin of the atomic scientists - Educational Foundation for Nuclear Science (Chicago, Ill.), Atomic Scientists of Chicago, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (Organization), Thomson Gale (Firm) (electronic resource)

          Journal 

    2. Lecture 2: Fieldwork, ethnography, and culture 9 items
      1. Key Readings: 2 items
        1. Dispatches from the field: neophyte ethnographers in a changing world - Andrew Gardner, David M. Hoffman ©2006

          Book Essential See: Conzelman, C. S. - ‘Fieldwork in Coca Country: Investigating Democracy and Development in the Bolivian Andes’ - pp. 119-35.

        2. Argonauts of the Western Pacific: an account of native enterprise and adventure in the Archipelagoes of Melanesian New Guinea - Bronislaw Malinowski 1922 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential See: Introduction: The Subject, Method and Scope of this Inquiry

      2. Additional Readings: 7 items
        1. Tales of the field: on writing ethnography - John Van Maanen 1988

          Book  See: Van Maanen, J. - “Fieldwork, Culture, and Ethnography” and “In Pursuit of Culture.” - pp. 1-44.

        2. Dispatches from the field: neophyte ethnographers in a changing world - Andrew Gardner, David M. Hoffman ©2006

          Book  See: ‘Introduction’

        3. Worker in the cane: a Puerto Rican life history - Sidney W. Mintz ©1974

          Book 

        4. Dispatches from the field: neophyte ethnographers in a changing world - Andrew Gardner, David M. Hoffman ©2006

          Book  Ottinger, G. - “Belief in ‘Cancer Alley’: Church, Chemicals, and Community in New Sarpy, Louisiana.” - pp. 153-65.

        5. In search of respect: selling crack in El Barrio - Philippe I. Bourgois 2003

          Book  See: Bourgois, P. - “‘Goin’ Legit’: Disrespect and Resistance at Work.” - pp. 114-73.

        6. Marketing democracy: power and social movements in post-dictatorship Chile - Julia Paley 2001

          Book  See: Paley, J. - “La Bandera in the Social Imaginary” and “History of Collective Action.” - pp. 21-37.

        7. Sugar's Life in the Hood - Sugar Turner, Tracy Bachrach Ehlers September 1, 2003 (Paperback)

          Book 

    3. Lecture 3: Anthropology, Globalization & Development 16 items
      1. Key Readings 3 items
        1. The anthropology of development and globalization: from classical political economy to contemporary neoliberalism - Marc Edelman, Angelique Haugerud, Dawson Books 2005 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential See: Ferguson, J. - “Anthropology and Its Evil Twin: “Development” - Chapter 7: pp140-153

      2. Additional readings & material to explore Readings: 6 items
        1. The commanding heights: the battle between government and the marketplace that is remaking the modern world - Daniel Yergin, Joseph Stanislaw 1999, c1998

          Book  See: Yergen, D. and Stanislaw, J. - “The Age of Globalization.” - pp. 379-98.

        2. Beyond the impasse: new directions in development theory - Frans J. Schuurman 1993

          Book  See: Leys, C. - 'The Rise and Fall of Development Theory'

        3. The dragon's gift: the real story of China in Africa - Deborah Brautigam, MyiLibrary 2009 (electronic resource)

          Book 

      3. Media to explore & Watch: 7 items
        1. The commanding heights: the battle for the world economy - Daniel Yergin, Joseph Stanislaw c2002

          Book  See: “The Age of Globalization.”, pp. 379-98.

    4. Lecture 4: Environment & sustainability part 1 16 items
      1. Key readings: 3 items
        1. About the Sustainable Development Goals - United Nations Sustainable Development

          Webpage Essential Review the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),

        2. Debates on Sustainable Development: Towards a Holistic View of Reality - Leonardo Alberto Rios Osorio, Manuel Ortiz Lobato, Xavier Álvarez Del Castillo 12/2005

          Article Essential

      2. Additional Readings & Media: 13 items
        1. Pursuing sustainability: a guide to the science and practice - P. A. Matson, William C. Clark, Krister Andersson 2016

          Book  See: pp.1-13

        2. Global environmental politics: from person to planet 2015

          Book  See: Steffen, Alex. 2015. “Humanity’s Potential.", pp. 24-32

        3. Globalize this!: the battle against the World Trade Organization and corporate rule - Kevin Danaher, Roger Burbach c2000

          Book  See: Hawken, Paul. 2000. “Skeleton Woman Visits Seattle.” pp. 14-34.

        4. Just sustainabilities: development in an unequal world - Julian Agyeman, Robert D. Bullard, Bob Evans 2003

          Book  See: Faber, D. and McCarthy, D. 2003. “Neo-liberalism, Globalization and the Struggle for Ecological Democracy: Linking Sustainability and Environmental Justice.”

    5. Lecture 5: Environment & sustainability (part 2) 13 items
      1. Key readings: 2 items
        1. Parks in transition: biodiversity, rural development and the bottom line - Taylor & Francis Group 2004

          Book Essential See: Jones & Murphree. 2004. “Community-Based Natural Resource Management as a Conservation Mechanism: Lessons and Directions.”

      2. Additional Readings: 11 items
        1. Communities and conservation: histories and politics of community-based natural resource management - J. Peter Brosius, Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, Charles Zerner c2005

          Book  See: Tsing, A., Brosius,P., Zerner , C. 2005. “Introduction: Raising Questions about Communities and Conservation”

        2. The environment in anthropology: a reader in ecology, culture, and sustainable living - Nora Haenn, Richard R. Wilk c2006

          Book  See: Milton, K., 2006. Cultural theory and environmentalism, pp.351-354.

        3. The environment in anthropology: a reader in ecology, culture, and sustainable living - Nora Haenn, Richard R. Wilk c2006

          Book  See: Maybury-Lewis. 2006. On the Importance of Being Tribal: Tribal Wisdom", p.390

    6. Lecture 6: Gender, Environment & Development 8 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. Staying alive: women, ecology, and development - Vandana Shiva c1989

          Book Essential See: ‘Development, Ecology, and Women’.

      2. Additional Readings 6 items
        1. Feminist political ecology: global issues and local experiences - Dianne E. Rocheleau, Barbara P. Thomas-Slayter, Esther Wangari 1996

          Book  See: Rocheleau, D., Thomas-Slayter, B. and Wangari, E., 'Gender and the Environment', pp.3-27.

        2. Sugar's Life in the Hood - Sugar Turner 2003

          Book  See: Boontinand, Jan. 2005. “Feminist Participatory Action Research in the Mekong Region.”, pp. 175-97.

        3. Woman, culture, and society - Joan Bamberger 1974

          Book  See: pp. 1-15

    7. Lecture 7: Health, global health, one health 11 items
      1. Key readings: 2 items
        1. The Holy Spirit in the Household: Pentecostalism, Gender, and Neoliberalism in Mozambique - James Pfeiffer, Kenneth Gimbel-Sherr, Orvalho Joaquim Augusto 2007

          Article Essential

      2. Additional Readings 9 items
        1. Triangulating health - Paul Jackson, Abigail H. Neely 02/2015

          Article 

    8. Tutorial readings for Section 3 Anthropology 10 items
      1. Custer died for your sins: an Indian manifesto - Vine Deloria c1969

        Book  See: ‘Anthropologists and Other Friends.’, pp. 78-100.

      2. Global environmental politics: from person to planet 2015

        Book  See: Pollan, Michael. “Why Bother?”, pp. 289-95.

      3. The human way; readings in anthropology - H. Russell Bernard 1975

        Book  See: Salinas, Jesús. 1975. ‘On the Clan of Anthropologists.’, pp. 71-77.

      4. The Lorax - Seuss 2012

        Book 

  5. Digitised Readings 11 items
    1. Theories of race and racism - Les Back, John Solomos 2009

      Book  See: Crenshaw, K. W. ‘Race, Reform and Retrenchment’, pp. 616-627, available via Online Resource button.

    2. The everyday life reader - Ben Highmore 2002

      Book  See: Hall, Stuart ‘Reconstruction Work: Images of Black Post-war Settlement’, pp. 251-261, available via Online Resource button.

    3. Anatomy of racism - David Theo Goldberg c1990

      Book  See: Gilroy, Paul ‘One Nation Under a Groove: The Cultural Politics of ‘Race’ and Racism’, pp. 263-282, available via Online Resource button.

    4. The age of migration: international population movements in the modern world - Stephen Castles, Hein de Haas, Mark J. Miller 2014

      Book  See: Chapter 1, available via the Online Resource button.

    5. The politics of migration: managing opportunity, conflict and change - Sarah Spencer 2003

      Book Essential See: Hansen, Randall, Migration to Europe since 1945: its history and its lessons. Available via the Online Resource Button.

    6. Brexit: sociological responses - William Outhwaite 2017

      Book  See: Pp. 91-99. Available via the Online Resource Button.

    7. Go home?: the politics of immigration controversies - Hannah Jones 2017

      Book  See: Introduction, pp. 1-36. Available via Online Resource Button.

    8. Women, immigration and identities in France - Jane Freedman, Carrie Tarr 2000

      Book  See: Quiminal C.The Associative Movement of African Women and New forms of citizenship, pp 39-57, available via Online Resource button.

    9. Social research methods - Alan Bryman 2016

      Book Essential See: especially Chapter 1, Part one and Chapter 13, Part Three. Chapter 13, pp. 283-307 available via Online Resource button.

    10. The Oxford handbook of criminology 2017

      Book Essential See: Maguire, M. & McVie, S., ‘Crime data and criminal statistics: a critical reflection’, pp. 163-189. Available via Online Resource Button.

    11. Communities of resistance: writings on black struggles for socialism - Ambalavaner Sivanandan c1990

      Book Recommended See: Chapter 4, RAT and the degradation of black struggle, pp. 77-123, available via Online Resource button.