IDEATE showcases the very best of our undergraduate students' work, including essays, projects, presentations and research proposals with first class grades.
Since 2009, past volumes have featured academic debates covering a range of topics in social research, criminology, anthropology, social theory, social psychology, colonial studies and the sociology of the media.
In this volume: Marx and ‘alienation’, Du Bois and ‘double consciousness’, the relationship between inequality, poverty and social exclusion, the problem of defining race, Durkheim and the function of religion, the culture of policing, responses to terrorism, Bourdieu and ‘habitus’, globalization and crime, feminist critiques of Freudian psychoanalysis, UK street crime and global forces.
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