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March wrap-up: Books / Book Chapters/Reviews by TASA members

Books

Raewyn Connell (2019) The Good University: What universities actually do and why it’s time for radical changeMonash University Publishing. 

Yuri Contreras-Vejar, Joanna Tice Jen and Bryan S. Turner (Eds.) Regimes of Happiness: Comparative and Historical Studies. Athem Press.

Book Chapters

Hussein, S., Bloul, S. and Poynting, S. (2019) ‘Diasporas and Dystopias on the Beach: Burqini Wars in France and Australia’. In I. Zempi and I. Awan, The Routledge International Handbook of Islamophobia. London: Routledge. pp. 263-274.

Abidin, Crystal. 2019. “Victim, Rival, Bully: Influencers’ narrative cultures around cyber-bullying.” Pp. 199-212 in Narratives in Research and Interventions on Cyberbullying among Young People, edited by Heidi Vandebosch and Lelia Green. Springer.

Abidin, Crystal. 2018. “Young people and digital grief etiquette.” Pp. 160-174 in A Networked Self: Birth, Life, Death, edited by Zizi Papacharissi. London and New York: Routledge

Bryan S Turner (2019) A Nineteen-Century Turning Point: Nietzsche, Weber, Fraud & Mill. Pp. 235-248 in Regimes of Happiness: Comparative and Historical Studies, edited by Yuri Contreras-Vejar, Joanna Tice Jen and Bryan S. Turner. Anthem Press.

Book Reviews

Yinghua Yu (2019). Book Review: Sonya Michel and Ito Peng (eds), Gender, Migration, and the Work of Care: A Multi-scalar Approach to the Pacific RimJournal of Sociology. 

Shu, Hu (2019) Review: Sharon Ee Ling Quah, Perspectives on Marital Dissolution: Divorce Biographies in Singapore. International Sociology34(2): 222-225, https://doi-org.ezproxy.uow.edu.au/10.1177/0268580919831636b.

Lee Rhiannon Labo(u)r and Neoliberalism (March 26, 2019) Elizabeth Humphry:How Labour Built Neoliberalism