Network Book Reviews
The editors of Network are interested in carrying reviews of the books listed below in the next edition.
Network invites all BSA members to pick a book from the list. Please contact Tony Trueman for the next deadline for reviews.
Guidelines for book reviewing can be found here. In some cases we can carry reviews of 600 words rather than 550.
To register an interest in reviewing, or for more information, please contact Tony Trueman on 07964 023392. We will then have a copy of the book sent to you.
Please note that it is essential to let us know of your interest before beginning reviewing.
British Sociologists and French Sociologues in the Interwar Years: The Battle for Society (2019)
Are Racists Crazy?: How Prejudice, Racism and Antisemitism Became Markers of Insanity
Sandra Gilman & James M. Thomas
The Gay Marriage Generation: How the LGBTQ Movement Transformed American Culture
The New Arab Urban: Gulf Cities of Wealth, Ambition, and Distress
edited by Harvey Molotch & Davide Ponzini
The Class Ceiling: Why it Pays to be Privileged
Sam Friedman and Daniel Laurison
Making sense of Brexit: Democracy, Europe and uncertain futures
Sport Sociology - Third Edition
The Sociology of the Individual
Alternative Sociologies of Religion: Through Non-Western Eyes
James V. Spickard
New York University Press
Feeling Academic in the Neoliberal University
Edited by Taylor, Yvette, Lahad, Kinneret
Society of Fear
Selfies: Why We Love (and Hate) Them
Violence and Society
Larry Ray, University of Kent
The Academic Skills Handbook
Your Guide to Success in Writing, Thinking and Communicating at University
Diana Hopkins and Tom Reid
New Media and Society
Deana A Rohlinger
White Kids: Growing Up with Privilege in a Racially Divided America
Margaret A. Hagerman
Why Do We Hurt Ourselves?: Understanding Self-Harm in Social Life
Indiana University Press
Human Trafficking: Trade for Sex, Labor, and Organs
Bandana Purkayastha, Farhan Navid Yousaf
Social Scientific Research
Refugees in Higher Education
Jacqueline Stevenson, Sally Baker
Poverty in Britain