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Live Sociological Methods.

Author: Les Back
Publisher: Malden : Wiley, 2012.
Series: Sociological Review Monographs
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Inter-woven by theoretical and methodological considerations, this book is a study of live methods, including experimentation, attentiveness, collaboration, multi-media platforms, public sociology,  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Les Back
ISBN: 9781444339598 1444339591
OCLC Number: 820374341
Notes: Erscheint: November 2012.
Contents: Series editor's introduction (Chris Shilling) A manifesto for live methods: provocations and capacities (Les Back and Nirmal Puwar) ART Live sociology: social research and its futures (Les Back) Curating sociology (Nirmal Puwar and Sanjay Sharma) Seeing it whole: staging totality in social theory and art (Alberto Toscano) STORYING Once upon a problem (Mariam Motamedi Fraser) Learning to be affected: social suffering and total pain at life's borders (Yasmin Gunaratnam) DIGITAL Being stuck in (live) time: the sticky sociological imagination (Emma Uprichard) The redistribution of methods: on intervention in digital social research, broadly conceived (Noorjte Marres) DESIGNS De-signing the object of sociology: toward an `idiotic' methodology (Mike Michael) Going live: towards an amphibious sociology (Celia Lury) Notes on contributors Index
Series Title: Sociological Review Monographs

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"Sociology is alive! Here is an original and scholarly volume that rails against the numbing effects of a dead or defeatist sociology. The contributors provoke and inspire ? through their engagement Read more...

 
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