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

Ashley Barnwell & Kate Douglas (eds.) Research Methodologies for Auto/biography Studies (ebook 2019). Taylor & Francis. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carla Pascoe Leahy & Petra Bueskens (eds.) (2019) Australian Mothering: Historical and Sociological Perspectives. Palgrave

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anna Tsalapatanis, Miranda Bruce, David Bissell & Helen Keane (2019)  Social Beings, Future Belongings: Reimagining the Social, 1st Edition.Routledge. ​

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gil-Soo Han. 2019. Funeral Rites in Contemporary Korea: The Business of Death. Singapore: Springer.

 

 

 

 

 

Nafiseh Ghafournia (2019) Faith in Freedom: Muslim Immigrant Women Experiences of Domestic Violence. Melbourne University Press.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Book Chapters

Hegarty, K. ‘Meanings in Everyday Food Encounters for Muslims in Australia’, in CM Hall & G Prayag (eds.) 2019, The Routledge Handbook of Halal Hospitality and Islamic Tourism, doi: 10.4324/9781315150604-23

Saunders, Peter and Naidoo, Yuvisthi (2019), ‘Poverty as Relative Deprivation: Application, Analysis and Implications for Social Security’, in Peter. Saunders (ed), Social Security Reform: Revisiting Henderson, Poverty and Basic Income, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, Melbourne, p. 189-213.

Ashley Barnwell (2019) Working With Family Histories in Ashley Barnwell & Kate Douglas (eds.) ebook 2019, Research Methodologies for Auto/biography Studies ,Taylor & Francis. 

Signe Ravn (2019 Telling Life Stories Using Creative Methods in Qualitative Interviews in Ashley Barnwell & Kate Douglas (eds.) ebook 2019, Research Methodologies for Auto/biography Studies ,Taylor & Francis. 

Nafiseh Ghafournia (2019) Pushing back against stereoypes: Muslim Immigrant women’s Experiences of domestic violence in Baines, D., Bennett, B., Goodwin, S.,  & Rawsthorne, M. (eds.) Working Across Difference: Social Work, Social Policy and Social JusticeRed Glow Press.

Denejkina, A. (2019) ‘Writing Trauma: The Other Into the Story of The Self’, in Joseph, S., Avieson, B., and Giles, F. (eds) Still Here: Memoirs of Trauma, Illness and Loss. 1st edn. New York; London: Routledge, pp. 67–83. https://www.routledge.com/Still-Here-Memoirs-of-Trauma-Illness-and-Loss/Avieson-Giles-Joseph/p/book/9780367193188

Elliott, Karla (2019), Book review: Steven Roberts, Young Working-Class Men in Transition, LSE Review of Bookshttps://blogs.lse.ac.uk/lsereviewofbooks/2019/06/04/book-review-young-working-class-men-in-transition-by-steven-roberts/.

Tsalapatanis. A. ‘Naming Belonging: When National Vocabularies Fail’, in  A. Tsalapatanis, M. Bruce, D. Bissell & H. Keane (eds.) 2019, Social Beings, Future Belongings: Reimagining the Social, 1st Edition. Routledge.

Wade, M. & Walsh, M.J. ‘‘Their Time and Their Story’: Inscribing Belonging Through Life Narratives and Role Expectations in Wedding Videography’, in  A. Tsalapatanis, M. Bruce, D. Bissell & H. Keane (eds.) 2019, Social Beings, Future Belongings: Reimagining the Social, 1st Edition. Routledge.

Southerton. C. & Bruce. M. ‘Beyond Human (Un)Belonging: Intimacies and the Impersonal in Black Mirror’, in  A. Tsalapatanis, M. Bruce, D. Bissell & H. Keane (eds.) 2019, Social Beings, Future Belongings: Reimagining the Social, 1st Edition. Routledge.

McCann, H. & Killen, G. ‘Femininity isn’t Femme: Appearance and the Contradictory Space of Queer Femme Belonging’, in  A. Tsalapatanis, M. Bruce, D. Bissell & H. Keane (eds.) 2019, Social Beings, Future Belongings: Reimagining the Social, 1st Edition.Routledge.

Book Reviews

Killen, G. (2019). Book Review: Akane Kanai, Gender and Relatability in Digital Culture: Managing Affect, Intimacy and ValueJournal of Sociology.

Kerryn Drysdale (June 13, 2019) Intimate Investments in Drag King Cultures: The Rise and Fall of a Lesbian Social Scene

Prankumar, S. K. (2019). Book Review: D’Lane Compton, Tey Meadow and Kristen Schilt, Other, Please Specify: Queer Methods in Sociology. Journal of Sociologyhttps://doi.org/10.1177/1440783319853477

Marika Franklin, Sophie Lewis, Karen Willis, Anne Rogers,  Annie Venville & Lorraine Smith (2019) Goals for living with a chronic condition: The relevance of temporalities, dispositions, and resourcesSocial Science and Medicine.