Think piecesEach of the think pieces below looks at a different chapter in the Global Sociology 3e book and examines its issues a little further. The pieces expand upon an argument, or concept, that the chapter has addressed and looks at it from a slightly different angle. This gives you a little more insight into the complexity of sociological issues, and shows you how the book can prepare you for critiquing ideas and taking debates in new directions. Each think piece has been written by a leading academic in Sociology; the authors and the publisher are very grateful to all those who have contributed a review piece to this website.
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- Migration – Robin Cohen
- Class, Income and Wealth – Robert J. Holton
- Race, Ethnicity and Intersectionality – Shoba Arun
- Global Political Activism – Ronald Munck
- Global Uncertainties and Ways Forward – Ruth Yeoman
- Thinking Globally – Marco Caselli
- Transnationalism and Religion – Olivia Sheringham
- Is there a feminisation of migration or feminisation of migration research? – Maria Villares-Varela
- Gender and Sexualities – Susie Jacobs
- Cosmopolitan Ways of Experiencing a Globalizing World – Paul Kennedy