‘Don't show the play at the football ground, nobody will come’: the micro-sociality of co-produced research in an English provincial city

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Rogaly, Ben;

This article examines the idea that community is best understood through the concept of micro-sociality, as a verb, as ongoing social relations in action, rather than a thing to be possessed, lacked or lost. Such an emphasis on already-existing relations has consequence... View more
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