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Themes in Social Theory

This series explores how cutting-edge research within the social sciences relies on combinations of social theory and empirical evidence. Different books examine how this relationship works in particular subject areas, from technology and health to politics and human rights. Giving the reader a brief overview of the major theoretical approaches used in an area, the books then describe their application in a range of empirical research projects. Each text looks at contemporary and classical theories, provides a map of primary research carried out in the area and highlights recent developments in the field. The series is a companion to the Traditions in Social Theory series, founded by Ian Craib and edited by Rob Stones.

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