Club Cultures: Boundaries, Identities and Otherness

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12. After the Bell Educational Success, Public Policy, and Family Background Edited by Dalton Conley and Karen Albright

13. Youth Crime and Youth Culture in the Inner City Bill Sanders

14. Emotions and Social Movements Edited by Helena Flam and Debra King

15. Globalization, Uncertainty and Youth in Society Edited by Hans-Peter Blossfeld, Erik Klijzing, Melinda Mills and Karin Kurz

16. Love, Heterosexuality and Society Paul Johnson

17. Agricultural Governance Globalization and the New Politics of Regulation Edited by Vaughan Higgins and Geoffrey Lawrence

18. Challenging Hegemonic Masculinity Richard Howson

19. Social Isolation in Modern Society Roelof Hortulanus, Anja Machielse and Ludwien Meeuwesen

20. Weber and the Persistence of Religion Social Theory, Capitalism, and the Sublime Joseph W. H. Lough

21. Globalization, Uncertainty and Late Careers in Society Edited by Hans-Peter Blossfeld, Sandra Buchholz and Dirk Hofäcker

22. Bourdieu’s Politics Problems and Possibilities Jeremy F. Lane

23. Media Bias in Reporting Social Research? The Case of Reviewing Ethnic Inequalities in Education Martyn Hammersley

24. A General Theory of Emotions and Social Life Warren D. TenHouten

25. Sociology, Religion and Grace Arpad Szakolczai

26. Youth Cultures Scenes, Subcultures and Tribes Edited by Paul Hodkinson and Wolfgang Deicke

27. The Obituary as Collective Memory Bridget Fowler

28. Tocqueville’s Virus Utopia and Dystopia in Western Social and Political Thought Mark Featherstone

29. Jewish Eating and Identity Through the Ages David Kraemer

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