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Tag: Stan Cohen

ESSEX SOCIOLOGY 50th ANNIVERSARY CONFERENCE: PROGRAMME

Sociology Department’s 50th Anniversary Conference: 24th June, 2015 NEW DIALOGUES AND DIRECTIONS   Ivor Crewe Auditorium 9.15-9.50 Registration and Refreshments 9.50-10.00 Conference Introduction (Nigel South)   10.00-12.30 Past Excitements New Dialogues A panel of distinguished members of the Department reflect on what was thought to be most exciting about Sociology in the past (both as…

When we were young: A photo of some members of the National Deviancy Conference

 

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Taken from the “Routledge Handbook of Critical Criminology”
Jayne Mooney “Finding a political voice”
> You can find it on page 14 at the below link
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Routledge-Handbook-Criminology-International-Handbooks/dp/0415779677/ref=tmm_hrd_title_0#reader_0415779677

Inspirations: The National Deviancy Conference

Paul Rock and David Downes were key figures in this early group. Inspirations: The National Deviancy Conference (NDC)circa 1968 As the sad news of Stanley Cohen and Mary McIntosh dying within a few days of each other moves into our memories,  I was left reflecting on the group and the time that they both pioneered…

Inspirational: Stan Cohen

Stan Cohen as Key Inspiration Stan Cohen was my first teacher and inspiration in sociology. He taught me social psychology and the sociology of deviance as a student at Enfield College in 1965 and 1966 – and he showed me what a non pompous intellectual life could look like. His ideas inspired me as I…

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