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CURRENT SOCIOLOGY Vol. 60, no. 3, mayo 2012

Tipo de material: Recurso continuoRecurso continuoAnalíticas: Mostrar analíticas:Editor: London : Sage, 2012ISSN: 00113921.Tema(s): Colección CPSRecursos en línea: Sitio de la Revista
Contenidos:
Family change and the state of family sociology -- Conflict and the conceptions of identities in the Sudan -- The angry gift: A neglected facet of philanthropy -- Special Subsection: ‘The Govermentalism of Islam in Europe: Management of Diversity, Dialogue and Islamophobia in Secular Public Spheres’, organized by Schirin Amir-Moazami and Frank Peter -- Nation, narration and Islam: Memory and governmentality in Germany -- Governing ghosts: Race, incorporeality and difference in post-political times -- Right-wing hegemony and immigration: How the populist far-right achieved hegemony through the immigration debate in Europe -- Rationalities of dialogue
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Family change and the state of family sociology -- Conflict and the conceptions of identities in the Sudan -- The angry gift: A neglected facet of philanthropy -- Special Subsection: ‘The Govermentalism of Islam in Europe: Management of Diversity, Dialogue and Islamophobia in Secular Public Spheres’, organized by Schirin Amir-Moazami and Frank Peter -- Nation, narration and Islam: Memory and governmentality in Germany -- Governing ghosts: Race, incorporeality and difference in post-political times -- Right-wing hegemony and immigration: How the populist far-right achieved hegemony through the immigration debate in Europe -- Rationalities of dialogue

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