Formative sociology and ethico-political imaginaries: opening up transnational responses to Palestine–Israel

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Sheldon, Ruth;
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Subject: psysoc

Recent contributors to this journal have sought to radicalise sociology by exploring how the discipline might expand political imaginaries and take up non-reductionist notions of everyday ethics. In a related move, sociologists are exploring the performative potential o... View more
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