Pountney, L. (2021) ‘Where do sociological methods come from?’, Sociology Review, 30 (3), pp.13-15.
We take a look at the important question: ‘Why do sociologists spend so much time discussing the methods they use in their research?’
Buffel, T. and Philipson, C. (2020) ‘Researching older people in gentrifying neighbourhoods’, Sociology Review, 30 (1), pp.6-10.
Working together with local people as co-researchers can help to produce better results – and an important neighbourhood resource.
Holborn, M. (2020) ‘Max Weber and sociology 100 years on’, Sociology Review, 29 (3), pp.28-31.
The great German sociologist Max Weber was born on 21 April 1864 and died on 14 June 1920. As we mark the centenary of his death, we ask why his work is still relevant today.
Selwyn, N. (2020) ‘What is digital sociology’, Sociology Review, 30 (1), pp.12-15.
How can sociology maintain its cutting-edge relevance in a world in which digital technology has become such a mainstream feature of all our lives.