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Publications

Tranquility on the Razor's Edge changing narratives of ionevitability.

In this exciting, thought-provoking new book, author Eric Weissman draws on personal experience, firsthand empirical research, and social theory to probe the causes and consequences of homelessness. Hundreds of thousands ...

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Los Angeles teachers just proved that the common wisdom about unions is wrong

This op-ed analyzes what the January 2019 Los Angeles teachers' strike might portend for the future of the US labour movement. I argue that it challenges the conventional wisdom about labor ...

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A Sociology of Crime, second edition

Hester and Eglin’s A Sociology of Crime has an outstanding reputation for its distinctive and systematic contribution to the criminological literature. Through detailed examples and analysis, it shows how ...

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Challenging the Dominant Breast Cancer Causation Paradigm through the Lens of Media Discourses

In this chapter, McArthur considers the role of the media in perpetuating dominant representations of breast cancer, a disease that claims the lives of over half a million women worldwide ...

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Our moral obligation to Central American migrants

A significant number of Central American migrants are likely Canada-bound due to the ongoing immigration and security turmoil in the United States. Since people will keep migrating to survive, the ...

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