Sociologica

Italian journal of sociology on line

Table of Contents number 2, 2013, May-August

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-01018-6
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  • Vol.: VII
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  • Month: 8
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    • Commenti

    • Sarah Quinn Open access
    • Watching the Watchers: A Comment on Esposito's "Economic Circularities and Second-Order Observation: the Reality of Ratings"

    • pp. 11-15, DOI: 10.2383/74852
    • Saggi

    • Simone Sarti Open access
    • A Different Approach to Investigating Social Inequalities. The Relationship Between Height and Education in Italy

    • pp. 31-35, DOI: 10.2383/74856
    • Bernard Harris Open access
    • Comment on Simone Sarti, 'A Different Perspective to Investigate Social Inequalities: the Relationship between Height and Education in Italy'

    • pp. 41-45, DOI: 10.2383/74858
    • Simone Sarti Open access
    • Some Clarifications about the Use of the Relation between Height and Education as a Proxy for Social Inequalities: a Response to the Comments

    • pp. 51-55, DOI: 10.2383/74860
    • Recensioni

    • Philip Smith Open access
    • Andrea Mubi Brighenti, "Visibility in Social Theory and Social Research". New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, 214 pp.

    • pp. 96-100, DOI: 10.2383/74869
    • Giorgia Aiello Open access
    • Robert Goldman and Stephen Papson, "Landscapes of Capital: Representing Time, Space, and Globalization in Corporate Advertising". Malden, MA: Polity Press, 2011, 224 pp.

    • pp. 106-110, DOI: 10.2383/74871
    • Matteo Bortolini Open access
    • Joel Isaac, "Working Knowledge. Making the Human Sciences from Parsons to Kuhn". Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2012, 314 pp.

    • pp. 111-115, DOI: 10.2383/74872
    • Rosy Musumeci Open access
    • Ann Nielsen, Julia Brannen and Suzan Lewis (eds.), "Transitions to parenthood in Europe. A comparative life course perspective". Bristol: University of Bristol, The Policy Press, 2012, 166 pp.

    • pp. 116-120, DOI: 10.2383/74873
    • Bruno Riccio Open access
    • Boris Nieswand, "Theorising Transnational Migration. The Status Paradox of Migration". London: Routledge, 2011, 199 pp.

    • pp. 121-125, DOI: 10.2383/74874
    • Yannick Le Hénaff Open access
    • Ruth Simpson, Natasha Slutskaya, Patricia Lewis, Heather Höpfl, "Dirty work. Concept and identities". Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, 274 pp.

    • pp. 126-130, DOI: 10.2383/74875