- RT @sustforum_LU: Vill du jobba med hållbar konsumtion, mänskliga rättigheter och miljö? Vi behöver hjälp inför Hållbarhetsveckan på… https://t.co/pGbJMaLXfd 7 days ago
- they cite you @KA_Nicholas :) 1 week ago
- ...the link between wealth inequality and high emissions is universal, across both affluent and developing nations... 1 week ago
- Climate change is not merely a problem for atmospheric chemists and meteorologists, but also a socio-economic prob… https://t.co/w31WwjuPxa 1 week ago
- Encouraging Study Finds It Now Easier Than Ever For American Dollars To Rise Into Upper Class https://t.co/XGp1ro6zds via @theonion 2 weeks ago
- Me. Right now. https://t.co/GSQoFFOlpL 2 weeks ago
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Tag Archives: sociology
Somehow a whole year has flown by since I last posted. A combination of professional and personal satisfaction – life is good inside my bubble – and the imperative to contribute to our collective betterment subsides. Contentment has a mellowing … Continue reading
Bruno Latour’s new project to facilitate Grass-roots Universalism with the help of 5 handsome white men.
Yesterday Bruno Latour, fêted french sociologist, doyen of Actor Network Theory and charming man about Paris, presented his new research project, An Inquiry Into The Modes Of Existence (AIME), to a distinguished gathering of academics at Copenhagen Business School. The collaborative research … Continue reading
Seeing the world how it ‘really is’ is one of the fundamental aims of any research. Physicists study how matter really exists, biologists how organisms really exist, and sociologists how societies really exist. Studying people and societies is uniquely challenging … Continue reading