Sociology


Capitalism
The Future of Work
The End of Capitalism?
Theresa May and Thatcherism
Work and the Second Machine Age
The Indolence of British Capitalism
After Neoliberalism
What BHS says about British Capitalism

Paul Mason Debates Postcapitalism
Anatomy of the Crisis
Inequality and British Capitalism
Revisiting the 'New Times'
Roots of the Recession
Solving the Productivity Problem
Capitalism and Nature
The Ascent of Money
The Lure of German Capitalism
The Society for Cutting Up Jobs
Defining Neoliberalism

Celebrity
Angelina Jolie and the Mansion Tax
Caitlyn Jenner and Punching Downwards
Diana, Conspiracy, and Celebrity
David Bowie and Mass Mourning
Effacing Rolf Harris
Ian Watkins and Narcissism
Is Red Nose Day Secretly Subversive?
Jack Monroe and the Sociology of Selling Out
Kenneth Tong and the Fame Game
Learning from Stephen Sutton
Oscar Pistorius Trial: Verdict and Reception
Peaches Geldof and Celebrity
Raoul Moat and Class Pride
Raoul Moat, Gazza, and the Media Circus
Russell Brand, Narcissist and Comrade?
Russell Brand and Revolution
Simon Danczuk and Narcissism
Terry Wogan and the Celebrity System
The Meaning of Jeremy Clarkson
Vacuity and Celebrity
What George Michael Meant
Why Spitting Image Won't Be Coming Back
Why the Establishment Loves Jeremy Clarkson

Class
Benefits Street
Class and Political Values
Foucault, Discipline, and Work
George Osborne and Ruling Class Decadence
Post-Materialism and Class
The Postmodern Effacement of Class

Marxism
Another Look at Antonio Gramsci
Antonio Gramsci on New Year's Day
Assessing History and Class Consciousness
Class Struggle as a Process of Production
David Harvey on Reading Marx's Capital
Engels on History
EU Referendum: What Would Trotsky Do?
Five More Books on Marx and Marxism
For Accelerationism
Gramsci and European Integration
Herbert Marcuse on Dialectical Logic
Herbert Marcuse and One-Dimensional Man
Introducing Antonio Gramsci
Introducing Leon Trotsky
It's Time to Junk 'Imperialism'
Marx and Dialectics
Marx and Digital Goods
Marx Meets Foucault
Marx on Alienation
Marx on the Box
Marx on the Power of Money
Marxism and Chicken Sheds
Obituary: Stuart Hall
Marxism as a Middle Class Ideology
Poulantzas on Studying the State
Remembering Ellen Meiksins Wood
Rereading Nicos Poulantzas
Social Enterprise Vs Socialism
Socialism for a Sceptical Age
Stuart Hall on Social Democracy
The Political Economy of Scapegoating
The Trouble with Richard Dawkins
Therborn on Marxism and Post-Marxism
Three Varieties of Post-Marxism
Why Marx Was Right
Zizek on Ideology
Zombies and Ideology

Social and Political Theory
A Sociological Theory of Bad Sci Fi
Bourdieu and Social Integration
Baudrillard and Simulation
A Day with Bourdieu
A Note on Natural Science and Social Science
Bakhtin and Cultural Theory
Censoring Durkheim's Suicide
Durkheim and the Division of Labour
Individualism and Neoliberalism
Karl Mannheim on the Death of Utopia
Liberties, Liberalism, and Socialism
Living Dead Liberalism
Obituary: Zygmunt Bauman
On Post-Democracy
Systems Theory and Conservative Sociology
Ted Cruz and Rational Actor Theory
The Rise of the Comedians
The Sociological Imagination Revisited
Theorising the Mortality of Advanced Societies
War and Sociology

Sociology
A Sociology of Sexist Trolling
Alien Megastructures and Sociology

Banditry and Violence in the Ottoman Empire
Capitalism, Asperger's, and Autism
Confession and Culture
Crop Trashing and Social Movement Theory
Emotion and Embodiment in Social Research
Extreme Sports and Sociology
From Anti-Capitalism to Little Englandism
Hitler, Charisma, and Leadership
Hitler: The Rise and Fall
Ideology in The Great British Bake Off
Interviewing in the Interview Society
Is Age a Social Cleavage?
Is the Labour Party Middle Class?
Man Haron Monis: It's Not About Islam
Movement Relevant Theory?
Neoliberal Education and Laziness
Oi, Sociologist! Whose Side Are You On?
Omar Mateen and American Culture
On 'Student Teaching'
Political Science and Social Conflict
Pollsters Modelling Stupidity
Post-Truth, Bullshit, and the Mandela Effect
Race, Class and Donald Trump
Rachel Dolezal and Transracialism
Rage Against The Machine and Internet Radicalism
Reflexivity and Value-Added Analysis
Sheds Are Bourgeois Crap
Snowmageddon and Sociology
Sociology and Management Speak
Sociology Meets Piggate
The Impossibility of Satire?
The John Lewis Christmas Advert
The Sociology of Social Movement Traditions
The State and Anti-Racism
Too Many Opinions?
The Power of Q?
Understanding Obama
Understanding Roma in the Criminal Justice System
Understanding Social Media Solidarity
White Nationalism, Conspiracy and Anti-Semitism
Why Do People Buy Twitter Followers?
Why Western Culture Dislikes the Niqab
Woolwich Murder: Spectacle and Message

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