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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

      Book 

    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

          Book 

        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 (Paperback)

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

            Book 

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

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

          5. Journalism: critical issues - Stuart Allan January 1, 2005 (Paperback)

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

          6. The handbook of journalism studies - Thomas Hanitzsch 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 (Paperback)

            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 (Paperback)

        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 2010

          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 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.