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  1. INTRODUCTION (Andy Smith & Teresa Piacentini) 7 items
    1. Lecture 1: Invitation to Thinking Sociologically (AS) & Lecture 2: The sociological imagination (TP) 7 items
      1. Key Readings 1 item
        1. The sociological imagination - C. Wright Mills, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2000

          Book Essential See: especially Chapters 1, 9, 10 and Appendix

      2. Additional Readings 5 items
        1. Thinking sociologically - Zygmunt Bauman, Tim May, Askews & Holts Library Services 2001

          Book  See: especially ‘Introduction’ and Chapter 1

        2. Invitation to sociology: a humanistic perspective - Peter L. Berger, Ebooks Corporation Limited 1966

          Book  See: especially Chapters 1 and 2

        3. The new sociological imagination - Steve Fuller, Dawson Books 2006 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: especially Part 1 and Conclusion

        4. Social things: an introduction to the sociological life - Charles C. Lemert, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2012

          Book 

        5. Not for profit: why democracy needs the humanities - Martha Craven Nussbaum, Dawson Books c2010 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: especially Chapters 1-3

      3. For something visual, this clip ‘Sociology as a combat sport’ 1 item
        1. Sociology is a Martial Art on Vimeo Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 3:47 AM EST

          Audio-visual document  This is a popular film produced by Pierre Carles about the life of Pierre Bourdieu, featuring him at demonstrations, in interviews about masculine domination, in humorous banter with his assistants, in an informal research seminar with his colleagues, in the lecture hall, on television debating with Günter Grass, and, in a final dramatic scene, facing the wrath of immigrants.

  2. Section 1: Global Inequalities (Giovanni Picker) 56 items
    1. Global Inequalities 1: Karl Marx on Capitalism and Social Class 10 items
      1. Key Readings 3 items
        1. The revolutionary ideas of Karl Marx - Alex Callinicos 1996

          Book Essential See: Section "Labour and Value" of Chapter 6. Available online.

        2. Communist Manifesto (Chapter 1) - Karl Marx, Engels Friedrich

          Book Essential See: Chapter 1, ‘Bourgeoisie and Proletarians’.

        3. The smartphone: anatomy of an industry - Elizabeth Woyke, ProQuest (Firm) 2014

          Book Essential See: Sections: "Conflict Minerals" & "Made in China" in Chapter 4, pages 154-168.

      2. Additional Readings 7 items
        1. Marx and the alternative to capitalism - Kieran Allen, Dawson Books 2011 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: chapter 4, not only outlines Marx’s theory of class but looks at its contemporary relevance.

        2. Classical social theory - Ian Craib 1997

          Book  See: pp. 93-102.

        3. The limits to capital - David Harvey 2006

          Book  See: Chapter 1: Commodities, Values and Class Relations.

        4. Marx, Durkheim, Weber: formations of modern social thought - Ken Morrison, Askews & Holts Library Services 2006

          Book  See: pp 42-61; places Marx's theory of classes well within his wider historical materialist perspective.

        5. Black Marxism: the making of the black radical tradition - Cedric J. Robinson 1983

          Book  See: Section "The Proletariat and the English Working Class" of Chapter 2.

        6. Stratification and power: structures of class, status and command - John Scott 1996

          Book  See: Chapter 3; a bit more advanced assessment of Marx as well

    2. Global Inequalities 2: Max Weber on Social Class, Status and Party 11 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. Class - Will Atkinson, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2015

          Book Essential See: pp. 40-49.

        2. Global inequalities beyond occidentalism - Manuela Boatcă, Taylor & Francis Group 2016

          Book Essential See: pp. 152-160.

      2. Additional Readings 9 items
        1. Classical social theory - Ian Craib 1997

          Book  See: pp. 128-133.

        2. The class structure of the advanced societies - Anthony Giddens 1981, c1980

          Book  See: Chapter 2, available online (presents Weber in relation to Marx).

        3. Max Weber - Frank Parkin, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2002

          Book  See: Chapter 4

        4. Social divisions - Geoff Payne 2013

          Book  See: Scott, John. Class and Stratification (here Scott applies Weber’s three categories and links them to material to be discussed in lecture 6).

        5. From Max Weber: essays in sociology - Max Weber, Hans Heinrich Gerth, C. Wright Mills, Dawson Books 2009 (electronic book)

          Book  See: Class, Status and Party, (pages 180-195, Weber’s key statement on class and inequality. Don’t be afraid to give this a go).

        6. The following two texts are good summaries and comparisons of both Marx and Weber

        7. Stratification: social division and inequality - Wendy Bottero, Dawson Books 2005 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: Chapter 3

        8. Class and stratification - Rosemary Crompton, Askews & Holts Library Services 2015

          Book  See: Chapter 3.

    3. Global Inequalities 3: Pierre Bourdieu on Culture and Social Class 10 items
      1. Key Readings 3 items
        1. Pierre Bourdieu - Ebooks Corporation Limited 2014

          Book Essential See: Crossley, Nick. 'Social Class' pp. 85-97

        2. Class: feminist and cultural perspectives - Ulrika Holgersson, Charlotte Merton 2017 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential See: pp. 103-116, and pages 40-43 - on Weber; and 103-109 - on Bourdieu.

        3. Stratification: social division and inequality - Wendy Bottero, Dawson Books 2005 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential See: pages 38-41 - on Weber, and 137-140 - on Bourdieu.

      2. Additional Readings 7 items
        1. Class - Will Atkinson, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2015

          Book  See: Chapter 4

        2. Education: culture, economy, and society - A. H. Halsey 1997

          Book  See: Bourdieu, Pierre. (1997) 'The Forms of Capital', available online. (Bourdieu can be quite a challenge to read so perhaps only read this after doing some of the other secondary readings, but this is a good outline of how capital works)

        3. Rethinking class: culture, identities and lifestyles - Fiona Devine 2005

          Book  See: The Cultural Turn, Sociology and Class Analysis. pp. 1-23. (talks about Bourdieu’s approach and places it within a wider focus on culture in contemporary sociology). Available online.

        4. Class: feminist and cultural perspectives - Ulrika Holgersson, Charlotte Merton 2017 (electronic resource)

          Book  Chapter 2 is a very clear and critical review of both Weber and Bourdieu's notions of class.

        5. Choices of Degree or Degrees of Choice? Class, `Race' and the Higher Education Choice Process - D. Reay, J. Davies, M. David, S. J Ball 01/11/2001

          Article  Good article which uses Bourdieu to talk about how class and race influence the university and subject people choose to study, or rather the lack of choices they have.

        6. Formations of class and gender: becoming respectable - Beverley Skeggs 1997 (electronic resource)

          Book  The Introduction - especially the section "Framework: Metaphors of Capital" - is a very clear outline of the various forms of capital with a focus on gender.

    4. Global Inequalities 4: Social Class and Location: The National and the Global 10 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. A New Model of Social Class? Findings from the BBC's Great British Class Survey Experiment - M. Savage, F. Devine, N. Cunningham, M. Taylor 01/04/2013

          Article Essential This contains all the key findings from the BBC class survey conducted this year, don’t be put off by the statistics/graphs and instead focus on the conclusions they make. If you struggle with the early bit you only need to read from page 233 onwards

        2. The haves and the have-nots: a brief and idiosyncratic history of global inequality - Branko Milanović 2012

          Book Essential See: Sections: "Why was Marx Led Astray" and "Does the World Have a Middle Class?", pages 129-135, and 201-205.

      2. Additional Readings 8 items
        1. The 2007 Atkinson-Beck debate is an insightful example of differences in understanding inequalities across the national and the global context:

        2. In order to contextualize the debate, you may find it helpful to read Chapter 1 of

          this book:

        3. Individualization: institutionalized individualism and its social and political consequences - Ulrich Beck, Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim, Dawson Books c2002 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: Chapter 1.

    5. Global Inequalities 5: Contemporary Dynamics 7 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. The haves and the have-nots: a brief and idiosyncratic history of global inequality - Branko Milanović 2012

          Book Essential See: Sections "How Unequal is Today's World?" and "How Much of Your Income is Determined by Birth?", pages 136-145.

        2. The Killing Fields of Inequality - Göran Therborn 10/2012

          Article Essential

      2. Additional Readings 5 items
        1. Gender: in world perspective - Raewyn Connell, Rebecca Pearse, Askews & Holts Library Services 2015

          Book  See: pages 1-8. For an introduction to inequalities between men and women globally, and what the author calls "gender order".

    6. Global Inequalities 6: Historical Trajectory 8 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. Global economic history: a very short introduction - Robert C. Allen 2011

          Book Essential See: Chapter 1 & 2, pages 1-26. Chapter 2 available online.

        2. Dead aid: why aid is not working and how there is another way for Africa - Dambisa Moyo 2010, c2009

          Book Essential See: pages 127-40, available online.

      2. Additional Readings 6 items
        1. Encyclopedia of global studies - Helmut K. Anheier, Mark Juergensmeyer c2012

          Book  See: Böröcz, József and Mahua Sarkar, Empires, pp. 476-479, available online.

        2. Encyclopedia of global studies - Helmut K. Anheier, Mark Juergensmeyer c2012

          Book  See: Böröcz, József and Mahua Sarkar, Colonialism, pp. 228-233, available online.

        3. Discourse on colonialism - Aimé Césaire, Robin D. G. Kelley 2000

          Book  This is a classic, particularly accessible text, which evokes and explains some of the connections between colonialism and World War II in Europe, written by one of the most prominent intellectuals of the 20th century

        4. The global south - N. Dados, R. Connell 2012

          Article  A short and clear explanation of what is sociologically understood by "Global South", i.e. formerly colonized countries.

        5. The haves and the have-nots: a brief and idiosyncratic history of global inequality - Branko Milanovi 2010

          Book  See: Section "Did the Colonizers exploit as much as they could?", pages 232-237.

        6. Sweetness and power: the place of sugar in modern history - Sidney W. Mintz 1985

          Book  See: Chapter 1. Food, Sociality and Sugar, pp. 3-18, available online. (Another classic which is about the importance of understanding labour exploitation during colonialism for understanding contemporary societies, and even in our everyday life).

  3. Section 2: Self, Society and Belonging (Teresa Piacentini) 88 items
    1. Self, Society and Belonging 1: Thinking conceptually (Identity) 7 items
      1. Key Readings 1 item
        1. Beyond "Identity" - Rogers Brubaker, Frederick Cooper 2000

          Article Essential

      2. Additional Readings 6 items
        1. Social identity - Richard Jenkins, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2014

          Book  See: especially chapters 1, 2, 11, 14 and 15.

    2. Self, Society and Belonging 2: Moral Panics, Deviance and the Media 17 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. Folk devils and moral panics: the creation of the mods and the rockers - Stanley Cohen, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2002 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential See: especially ‘Moral Panics as Cultural Politics: Introduction to the Third Edition’, Chapters 1 and 6.

      2. Additional Readings 15 items
        1. Revisiting moral panics - Viviene E. Cree, Gary Clapton, Mark Smith 2016

          Book 

        2. Moral panics: the social construction of deviance - Erich Goode, Nachman Ben-Yehuda 2009

          Book 

        3. Media & crime - Yvonne Jewkes 2015

          Book 

        4. The Ashgate research companion to moral panics - Ebooks Corporation Limited 2013

          Book  See: especially the Introduction for an overview of moral panic theory

        5. Moral panics - Kenneth A. Thompson, Dawson Books 1998 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: especially Chapters 1, 2 and 6.

        6. Moral Panic Over Youth Violence - MICHAEL WELCH, ERIC A. PRICE, NANA YANKEY 09/2002

          Article 

    3. Self, Society and Belonging 3: Impression Management, Roles and Social Identity 17 items
      1. Key Readings 7 items
        1. The presentation of self in everyday life - Erving Goffman 1990, c1959

          Book Essential See: Introduction and Chapter 1.

        2. AND EITHER

        3. The Goffman reader - Erving Goffman, Charles C. Lemert, Ann Branaman 1997

          Book Essential See: 'Goffman's Social Theory', pp. xlv-lxxiii, available online.

        4. OR

        5. The Goffman reader - Erving Goffman, Charles C. Lemert, Ann Branaman 1997

          Book Essential See: 'Goffman'.

        6. You may also be interested in listening to the BBC Radio 4 'Thinking Allowed' programme (30 minutes) devoted to Goffman:

        7. Thinking Allowed - Erving Goffman Monday, 9 Sep 2013

          Audio-visual document Essential

      2. Additional Readings 10 items
        1. Profiles in contemporary social theory - Anthony Elliott, Bryan S. Turner 2001

          Book  See: Chapter 8.

        2. Social theory and modern sociology - Anthony Giddens, Ebooks Corporation Limited 1987

          Book  See: Chapter 5: ‘Erving Goffman as a systematic social theorist’.

    4. Self, Society and Belonging 4: Emotional Labour, Skill and Work 20 items
      1. Key Readings 6 items
        1. Choose either:

        2. Or:

        3. The managed heart: commercialization of human feeling - Arlie Russell Hochschild, Dawson Books 2012 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential See: especially Chapter 1

        4. And

      2. Additional Readings 14 items
        1. Emotional Labor Since The Managed Heart - Ronnie J. Steinberg, Deborah M. Figart 1999

          Article 

    5. Self, Society and Belonging 5: Community 21 items
      1. Key Readings 1 item
        1. Community - Gerard Delanty, Taylor & Francis Group 2018

          Book Essential See: Introduction and Chapter 2.

      2. Additional Readings 20 items
        1. Community studies: an introduction to the sociology of the local community - Colin Bell, Howard Newby 1971

          Book 

        2. The symbolic construction of community - Anthony P. Cohen 1985 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: especially Chapter 1

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

          Book  See: Chapter 4, RAT and the degradation of black struggle) 77-122, available online.

        4. Diversity in place: narrations of diversity in an ethnically mixed, urban area - Bethan Harries, Bridget Byrne, James Rhodes, Stephanie Wallace 18/07/2018

          Article 

        5. After empire: melancholia or convivial culture? - Paul Gilroy c2004

          Book 

        6. Community and Conviviality? Informal Social Life in Multicultural Places - Sarah Neal, Katy Bennett, Allan Cochrane, Giles Mohan 10/04/2018

          Article 

        7. Some ethnographic studies of ‘community’ 4 items
          1. The traveller-gypsies - Judith Okely 1983

            Book  See: especially Chapters 1 and 6. Chapter 6 is available online.

          2. Family and kinship in East London - Michael Dunlop Young, Peter Willmott 2011 (electronic resource)

            Book  See: especially New Introduction, Introduction, and Chapters 1, 5, 8, 10 and 11

    6. Self, Society and Belonging 6: Belonging 6 items
      1. Key Readings 1 item
      2. Additional readings 5 items
        1. Windrush generation: the history of unbelonging - Wendy Webster

          Article  link to the article here: https://theconversation.com/windrush-generation-the-history-of-unbelonging-95021

        2. Connecting self to society: belonging in a changing world - Vanessa May 2013

          Book  See: Chapter 6 ‘Belonging : A Window into Social Change’. Available online.

        3. New hierarchies of belonging - Les Back, Shamser Sinha, with Charlynne Bryan 04/2012

          Article 

        4. Liquid modernity - Zygmunt Bauman, Ebooks Corporation Limited Polity

          Book 

  4. Section 3: The Sociology of Everyday Life (Andy Smith) 89 items
    1. Sociology of Everyday Life 1 - Small acts: the sociology of everyday life. 22 items
      1. Key Readings 3 items
        1. Understanding everyday life - Tony Bennett, Diane H. Watson, Open University 2002

          Book Essential See: Introduction.

        2. The presentation of self in everyday life - Erving Goffman 1990, c1959

          Book Essential See: Chapter 1, available online.

      2. Additional Readings 19 items
        1. The practice of everyday life - Michel de Certeau 1988

          Book  See: General Introduction.

        2. The structures of everyday life: the limits of the possible - Fernand Braudel 1981

          Book  See: Preface and Conclusion, available online.

        3. The Norbert Elias reader: a biographical selection - Norbert Elias 1998

          Book  See: pp. 166-174, available online.

        4. Self-identity and everyday life - Harvie Ferguson 2009 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: Chapter titled 'Concepts'.

        5. Everyday life and cultural theory: an introduction - Ben Highmore 2002 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: Chapters 1 and 2.

        6. Sociology of everyday life - Devorah Kalekin-Fishman 09/2013

          Article 

        7. The everyday life reader - Ben Highmore 2002

          Book  See: Introduction, available online.

        8. The Everyday and Everydayness - Henri Lefebvre and Christine Levich 1987

          Article  See also the editors’ introduction to this special issue on ‘everyday life’

        9. Introduction - Alice Kaplan and Kristin Ross 1987

          Article  See: the editors’ introduction to this special issue on ‘everyday life’ .

        10. Situating everyday life: practices and places - Sarah Pink 2012 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: especially chapters 2 and 3.

        11. Making sense of everyday life - Susie Scott 2009

          Book  See: Especially chapters 1 and 2.

        12. Resources of hope: culture, democracy, socialism - Raymond Williams 1989

          Book  See: Williams, Raymond, ‘Culture is Ordinary’, pp.3-14 (also in the Highmore reader listed above), available online.

        13. There are also a number of 'special issues' of sociology and related journals dedicated to everyday life, including: 

        14. Sociology 2008

          Journal  See: Special issue dedicated to everyday life.

        15. Qualitative Sociology 1997

          Journal  See: Special issue dedicated to everyday life.

        16. Cultural Studies

          Journal  See: Special issue dedicated to everyday life.

        17. Everyday life has also been the focus of considerable philosophical discussion – the concerns of philosophers are not always the same as those of sociologists, but there is some overlap in the questions they ask: if you want a witty introduction to those have a go at some of the 'experiments' in the book:

        18. 101 experiments in the philosophy of everyday life - Roger-Pol Droit 2003

          Book 

    2. Sociology of Everyday Life 2 - Same old, same old: repetition, boredom, leisure. 11 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. The Invention of Everyday Life - Felski R.

          Article Essential See: Felski, R. ‘The Invention of Everyday Life’. Vol. 39. pp. 15-31.

      2. Additional Readings 9 items
        1. The culture industry: selected essays on mass culture - Theodor W. Adorno 1991 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: Adorno, T. ‘The Culture Industry Reconsidered’.

        2. Escape attempts: the theory and practice of resistance to everyday life - Stanley Cohen, Laurie Taylor 1992 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: Especially Chapter 5.

        3. Self-identity and everyday life - Harvie Ferguson 2009 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: Ferguson, H. ‘Mood’. pp. 167-173.

        4. Encounters: two studies in the sociology of interaction 2013

          Book  See: Goffman, E. ‘Fun in Games’ (especially from ‘Dynamics of Encounters’ onwards).

        5. Critique of everyday life: Vol. 1: Introduction - Henri Lefebvre, translated by John Moore ; with a preface by Michel Trebitsch 1991

          Book  See: Lefebvre, H. pp. 32-42, available online (a discussion of leisure and of other ‘breaks’ from the everyday).

        6. Practice of everyday life: Volume 2: Living and Cooking - Michel de Certeau 2014

          Book  See: Mayol, P. ‘The End of the Week.

        7. An Institutional Ethnography of Nurses’ Stress - Elizabeth McGibbon, Elizabeth Peter, Ruth Gallop 10/2010

          Article 

    3. Sociology of Everyday Life 3 - Hum-drum? resistance and complicity in daily life. 14 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. Class inequality in austerity Britain: Power, difference and suffering - Will Atkinson, Steven Roberts, Mike Savage 2012 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential See: Atkinson, Will. ‘Economic Crisis and Classed Everyday Life’

      2. Additional Readings 12 items
        1. The origins of totalitarianism - Hannah Arendt 1973

          Book  See: pp. 474-479, available online (an important short passage at the end of this famous study of totalitarianism, on loneliness and everyday life - pagination may differ across editions).

        2. The social construction of reality: a treatise in the sociology of knowledge - Peter L. Berger, Thomas Luckmann, Ebooks Corporation Limited 1966

          Book  See: Berger, P. and Luckmann, T. ‘The Foundations of Knowledge in Everyday Life’ .

        3. Distinction: a social critique of the judgement of taste - Pierre Bourdieu, Richard Nice, Tony Bennett, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2010

          Book  See: ‘The Taste for Necessity and the Principle of Conformity’: pp. 372-384, (see also his discussion of ‘taste’ and food’: pp. 177-208).

        4. Escape attempts: the theory and practice of resistance to everyday life - Stanley Cohen, Laurie Taylor 1992 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: Chapter 2; see also Chapter 5.

        5. The practice of everyday life - Michel de Certeau 1988

          Book  See: ‘Chapter 3: Making Do: Uses and Tactics’.

        6. Cultural studies - Linda Baughman, John Macgregor, Ebooks Corporation Limited 1992

          Book  See: Fiske, J. ‘Cultural Studies and the Culture of Everyday Life’.

        7. Critique of everyday life: Vol. 1: Introduction - Henri Lefebvre 1991

          Book  Lefebvre, H. ‘What is Possible’.

        8. Also, if you like novels, you might try this: 

        9. Alone in Berlin - Hans Fallada, Michale Hoffmann 2009

          Book 

    4. Sociology of Everyday Life 4 - (Un)homely: gender, domesticity and everyday life. 12 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. Understanding everyday life 2002

          Book Essential See: Chapter 1, available online.

      2. Additional Readings 10 items
        1. The Invention of Everyday Life - R. Felski

          Article  See: Felski, R. ‘The Invention of Everyday Life'. Vol. 39, pp. 15-31.

        2. The everyday life reader - Ben Highmore 2002

          Book  See: Friedan, B. ‘The Problem That Has No Name’: (chapter 5).

        3. Situating everyday life: practices and places - Sarah Pink 2012 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: Chapters 4 and 5.

        4. Making sense of everyday life - Susie Scott 2009

          Book  See: Especially chapter 4.

        5. The everyday world as problematic: a feminist sociology - Dorothy E. Smith c1987

          Book  See: especially chapters 1-3.

    5. Sociology of Everyday Life 5 - Hanging around: everyday neighbourhoods and spaces. 12 items
      1. Key Readings 3 items
        1. Simmel on culture: selected writings 1997

          Book Essential See: Chapter titled ‘The Metropolis and Mental Life’, available online.

      2. Additional Readings 9 items
        1. Understanding everyday life 2002

          Book  See: Chapters 3 and 6.

        2. The practice of everyday life - Michel de Certeau, Ebooks Corporation Limited 1988

          Book  See: section titled ‘Spatial Practices’; see also chapter 7.

        3. Practice of everyday life: Volume 2: Living and Cooking - Michel de Certeau 2014

          Book  See: Section titled 'Ghosts in the City'.

        4. The aesthetics of everyday life - Ebooks Corporation Limited 2005

          Book  See: Haapala, Arto. ‘On the Aesthetics of the Everyday: Familiarity, Strangeness, and the Meaning of Place’

        5. Practice of everyday life: Volume 2: Living and Cooking - Michel de Certeau, Luce Giard, Pierre Mayol, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2014

          Book  See: ‘The Neighbourhood’, ‘Propriety’ and ‘The Street Trade’.

        6. Situating everyday life: practices and places - Sarah Pink 2012 (electronic resource)

          Book  See: Chapters 6 and 7.

        7. Women, neighbourhoods and everyday life - Dina Vaiou, Rouli Lykogianni 2006-1-1

          Article 

        8. People in places: the sociology of the familiar 1973

          Book  See: Wolff, M. 'Notes on the behaviour of pedestrians', available online. See also section titled 'Subway Behaviour'.

    6. Sociology of Everyday Life 6 - Ordinary differences: racism, ethnicity and everyday life 18 items
      1. Key Readings 2 items
        1. Understanding everyday racism: an interdisciplinary theory - Philomena Essed c1991 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential See: especially Introduction, Chapter 5 and Conclusion.

      2. Additional Readings: 16 items
        1. Racecraft: the soul of inequality in American life - Karen E. Fields and Barbara J. Fields 2012

          Book  See: Section titled ‘A Tour of Racecraft’, available online.

        2. The everyday life reader - Ben Highmore 2002

          Book  See: Hall, S. ‘Reconstruction Work; Images of Postwar Black Settlement’ (chapter 25).

        3. New geographies of race and racism - Claire Dwyer, Caroline Bressey c2008

          Book  See: ‘Everyday Multiculture and the Emergence of Race’.

  5. Digitised Readings 8 items
    1. Politics and letters: interviews with New Left review - Raymond Williams 1979

      Book  See: Culture and society, pp. 97-132, available online.

    2. The death of class - Jan Pakulski, Malcolm Waters 1996

      Book  See: Chapter 2, available online.

    3. Class in contemporary Britain - Kenneth Roberts, Kenneth Roberts c2011

      Book  See: Chapter 4.

    4. Understanding the underclass - David John Smith, Policy Studies Institute c1992

      Book  See: Chapters 1, 3 and 8. Chapter 3 available online.

    5. Social mobility and class structure in modern Britain - John Harry Goldthorpe, Catriona Llewellyn, Clive Payne 1987

      Book  See: Chapter 2, available online. Chapter 2 is Goldthorpe’s most extensive discussion of the Nuffield model. Best to read this only after reading the other texts first since it can be quite complex

    6. Class analysis and social transformation - Michael Savage 2000

      Book  See: Chapter 4, available online.

    7. Contesting culture: discourses of identity in multi-ethnic London - Gerd Baumann c1996

      Book Essential See: especially Chapters 1 and 2. Chapter 2 is available online.