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SAGE Sociology

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SAGE Sociology

SAGE Publications Ltd.

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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Sociology. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
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Uncommon Sense

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Uncommon Sense

The Sociological Review

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Our world afresh, through the eyes of sociologists. Brought to you by The Sociological Review, Uncommon Sense is a space for questioning taken-for-granted ideas about society – for imagining better ways of living together and confronting our shared crises. Hosted by Rosie Hancock in Sydney and Alexis Hieu Truong in Ottawa, featuring a different guest each month, Uncommon Sense insists that sociology is for everyone – and that you definitely don’t have to be a sociologist to think like one!
 
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Spatial Delight

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Spatial Delight

The Sociological Review

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A ten-part podcast about space, society, and power inspired by British geographer Doreen Massey. From a London laundromat to a public park in Berlin, from a contested waterfront in Kochi to the Egyptian desert, our show seeks to inspire listeners to think about space and place as full of power, and to imagine political alternatives to the current world order.
 
The Sociological Review Podcasts bring the sociological imagination to a wider audience. They are the latest contribution from The Sociological Review's (https://www.thesociologicalreview.com), a journal known for publishing critical and creative works about society and social relations, an ethos that has taken on increasing urgency in these times of dramatic economic and political change. Our podcast series extend this ambition of showing why the sociological matters, offering insights on e ...
 
A political podcast hosted by Max Klinger, featuring interviews with well-known guests. Things we are generally in favour of: free thought, free discussion and reasoned arguments. Things we are generally against: mindless groupthink, hysterical social media outrage mobs and illiberalism. 'The essence of the independent mind lies not in what it thinks, but how it thinks.' - Christopher Hitchens.
 
Your Purpose is Beauty brings you eco/organic, luxury, and niche beauty product reviews and critique, as well as intellectual discussion about the beauty and alternative health industries. Hosted by independent beauty journalist and PhD sociologist Mercedes Lyson, this podcast will also explore why people have chosen beauty as their profession or passion through interviews with brand founders, beauty professionals, bloggers/influencers, and creatives. Exclusive episodes of this podcast are a ...
 
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Authors Henrich R. Greve, Huggy Rao, Paul Vicinanza, and Echo Zhou discuss their article, "Online Conspiracy Groups: Micro-Bloggers, Bots, and Coronavirus Conspiracy Talk on Twitter," published in the December 2022 issue of American Sociological Review.
 
In this episode, Surviving Society hosts Chantelle Lewis and Tissot Regis talk with Maia Holtermann Entwistle and Sharri Plonski about what it was like to create and produce the Material Crimes series. They discuss how each episode feeds into an intellectual arc that tries to understand the relationship between colonialism, capitalism, and the mate…
 
In this brilliant, insightful and powerful episode, Nadia, Fran and Eugene are joined by Patrick Sandford. Patrick is an activist and survivor of childhood sexual violence. Patrick joins your favourite trio of social workers to share his own personal story of childhood sexual violence, what impact this has had on him and how he has begun to heal. T…
 
Author Kathryn Freeman Anderson discusses her article, "Racial-Ethnic Residential Clustering and Early COVID-19 Vaccine Allocations in Five Urban Texas Counties" published in the December 2022 issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.
 
In the final episode of this series, Shereen and Chantelle reflect on the possibilities of working within the academy as a way of providing resources for anti-racist endeavours. Welcome to Surviving Society presents: Legacies of the War on Terror. In these episodes we tackle complex questions concerning how the war on terror became a war *of* terro…
 
Much of our world – how we imagine it, how we inhabit it – continues to be shaped by various forms of imperialism and colonialism. In this episode, we discuss how geography can help us understand the many entanglements of the global and the local. Doreen Massey thought geographically about everything. She rejected the neat, linear ideas of spatial …
 
Raheel joined us to discuss the work of a Maslaha, a community led organisation focused on supporting the well-being of a diverse range of Muslim communities through projects in the area of education, gender, health and criminal justice. Welcome to Surviving Society presents: Legacies of the War on Terror. In these episodes we tackle complex questi…
 
SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!! In this episode, Nadia, Fran and Eugene have a reflective conversation about 'The real Mo Farah' a BBC documentary about Mo Farah's childhood and his experience of being trafficked to the UK. This documentary did not only provide a revealing insight into Mo Farah's experiences but it has also shone a helpful spotlight on traffi…
 
Emojis! Feminism! Rage! Sociologist Billy Holzberg joins us to talk about emotion. Why is it dismissed as an obstacle to progress and clear thinking – and to whose benefit? How can we let anger into politics without sanctioning far-right violence? And why are some of us freer than others to play with emotional abjection? Billy reflects on all this …
 
In this episode Kamran provides an analysis of the connections between the racialisation of language, securitisation and islamophobia for Muslims. Welcome to Surviving Society presents: Legacies of the War on Terror. In these episodes we tackle complex questions concerning how the war on terror became a war *of* terror for many negatively racialise…
 
Layla and John outline the process and political detail involved in the People’s Review of Prevent.Welcome to Surviving Society presents: Legacies of the War on Terror. In these episodes, we tackle complex questions concerning how the war on terror became a war *of* terror for many negatively racialised communities in over the past 21 years. Throug…
 
With the autumn here and winter approaching, the cost of living crisis is impacting on everyone in different ways. To feed your family, yourself and have access to basic essentials should not be in question in one of the richest countries in the world. In this episode Nadia, Fran and Eugene are joined by John and Amy from the Trussell Trust to have…
 
Rizwaan joined us to discuss themes from his latest book, The Suspect: Counterterrorism, Islam, and the Security StateLinks:https://www.plutobooks.com/9780745338484/the-suspectWelcome to Surviving Society presents: Legacies of the War on Terror. In these episodes we tackle complex questions concerning how the war on terror became a war *of* terror …
 
In this first episode, you will learn who Doreen Massey was and get a sneak peek at her politics. We’ll hear from Massey’s former collaborators, friends and colleagues. And from Massey herself. For nearly three decades, Massey was a professor at The Open University and “loved every minute of it”. The OU’s aim has been to literally open up access to…
 
Author Myles D. Moody, Courtney S. Thomas Tobin, and Christy L. Erving discuss their article, "Vicarious Experiences of Major Discrimination and Psychological Distress among Black Men and Women," published in the November 2022 issue of Society and Mental Health.
 
This is an edited episode of highlights from a panel marking the 50th anniversary of the radical transformation of The Institute of Race Relation. Ft. K Biswas, Sophia Siddiqui, Liz Fekete, Chantelle Lewis and Azfar Shafi.Links:https://irr.org.ukThis episode was part of a The World Transformed: a festival of radical politics, art and music. In 2022…
 
When we hear about Virtual Reality (VR), we picture the year 3000 where not much has changed but they live under water! However, virtual reality is here and active in the social work field. In this episode, Nadia, Fran and Eugene are joined by the brilliant Shalene Lemmie to have a conversation about virtual reality in social work. Shalene is a reg…
 
Lonely? Mean? Hostile? Cities get a bad rap. But why? Romit Chowdhury has lived in cities worldwide; from Kolkata to Rotterdam. He tells Alexis and Rosie about the wonder of urban “enchantment” found in a stranger’s smile, our changing ideas of the “urban”, and why anonymity is not always in fact the enemy of civility and friendship in the city. Pl…
 
Chantelle chaired a discussion between Hilary Moore, Roxy Legane, Zahra Bei and Jan Cunliffe focused on joint enterprise, tha gangs matrix, strip searches of minors, racist exclusions and stop and search. This episode was part of a The World Transformed: a festival of radical politics, art and music. In 2022 it was held in Liverpool between 24-27 S…
 
Author Hajar Yazdiha discusses her article, "Racialized Organizations in Racialized Space: How Socio-spatial Divisions Activate Symbolic Boundaries in a Charter School and a Public School" published in the October 2022 issue of Sociology of Race and Ethnicity.
 
In this episode we hear from Amardeep Singh Dhillon, Roxy Legane, Jeremy Corbyn, Khadija Diskin and Ava Vidal on how the ‘cost of living crisis’ is part of a long term political project relating to austerity, nationalism, policing, hospitality, food, housing, the media and much more. Each interviewee was asked: Phrases like the cost of living crisi…
 
As the leaves begin to fall and the autumn sets in, what you have all been craving is upon us. A brand new season of The Social Matters Podcast is back for your fortnightly consumption. WELCOME TO SEASON 5!!! In this episode, Nadia, Fran and Eugene have a conversation about a number of significant events and social issues that have occurred since t…
 
Kathryn joined Chantelle to interview Les Back about his career and the future of sociology.Links:https://discoversociety.org/2021/09/20/diversity-conservatism-and-sociable-sociologyhttps://www.open.ac.uk/research/people/km27526https://www.timeshighereducation.com/opinion/being-measured-and-judged-alongside-friends-and-colleagues-was-too-much…
 
In this episode, Emma helps us to explore how the fight to preserve a bowling alley in North London exemplifies how physical spaces of everyday urban multiculture continue to be under threat. Links:https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0038026118772784https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0038038519892528https://www.gold.ac.uk/sociology/…
 
We each have a body, but every body’s story is unique. In this intimate conversation, sociologist Charlotte Bates tells Alexis and Rosie why studying bodies – and how we talk about them – matters in a society where some are privileged over others, and why ableism harms us all. Charlotte talks about her co-authored work on wild swimming, arguing tha…
 
Spatial Delight is a podcast about the politics of space inspired by the life and work of British geographer Doreen Massey. Over the course of ten episodes (eight in English, two in Spanish), we engage with Massey’s enduring concepts – a global sense of place, geometries of power, space invaders, geographies of responsibility, and more – to challen…
 
5 years of Surviving Society!To celebrate 5 years of the podcast, Chantelle Tissot and George reflect on the journey so far. We share our thoughts on our favourite episodes and most memorable guests. And give a little of preview of what is yet to co me!A massive thank you to all our listeners and guests! From Chantelle, Tissot & George!•This episod…
 
In this week’s episode, we were joined by Shereen Fernandez to talk about the Government’s Counter-Terrorist strategy: PREVENT. We discussed how counter-extremism measures are securitising Muslims in schools and increasing cultures of islamophobia.Links:https://www.lse.ac.uk/sociology/people/shereen-fernandezhttps://www.redpepper.org.uk/subscribe/h…
 
This week in the studio, we were joined by Chas Golding and Lawrence Hoo, co-founders of CARGO (Charting African Resiliance Generating Opportunity). CARGO is a team of poets, videographers and artists who have created an important educational resource, to tell an alternative view of history, that centres the lives of the Africa diaspora. Linkshttps…
 
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