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20 March 2019

Hard Work and Authenticity? From the Imangined to the Everyday Investments in Education and Successful Futures

Eco-habitus or Eco-powerlessness? Examining Environmental Concern across Social Class

Deportation, racism and multi-status Britain: immigration control and the production of race in the present

Book review: Monish Bhatia, Scott Poynting and Waqas Tufail (eds), Media, Crime and Racism

Being a Second Generation Muslim Woman in the French Labour Market

Theory Must Not Go on Holiday. Wittgenstein, the Pragmatists, and the Idea of Social Science

Book Review: James Paul Gee, An Introduction to Discourse Analysis: Theory and Method (Fourth edition)

The Decline of Cash Assistance and the Well-Being of Poor Households with Children

A Durkheimian critique of contemporary multiculturalism

The Ummah racial project: Arab satellite television, Islamic movements, and the construction of Spanish Moroccan identity

Rwanda 1994: genocide in the “Land of a Thousand Hills”

Labour’s declining share of national income in Ireland and Denmark: the national specificities of structural change

New approaches to political economy

The Effects of Recognition of Foreign Education for Newly Arrived Immigrants

Ark Encounter: The Making of a Creationist Theme Park, by JAMES S. BIELO

19 March 2019

Roller-skating into the big city: A case study of migrant workers’ informal leisure activity in Guangzhou, China

JasonBeckfieldPolitical Sociology and The People's HealthNew York: Oxford University Press, 2018. 173 p. $29.95 (hardcover)

Classifying America's Immigrants: A Review Essay

TimDysonA Population History of India: From the First Modern People to the Present DayOxford: Oxford University Press, 2018. 336 p. $50.00

NicholasEberstadtPopulation, Poverty, Policy: Essential Essays from Nicholas Eberstadt, Volume 1Washington DC: AEI Press, 2018. xviii + 373 p. $14.00 (pbk.)

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate ChangeSpecial Report on Global Warming of 1.5°CSwitzerland: IPCC, 2018.

RobinWilsonMeeting the Challenge of Diversity in EuropeCheltenham, UK and Northampton, Massachusetts: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018. 240 p. $120.00 (hardcover)

DanielCohenThe Infinite Desire for GrowthPrinceton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 184 p. $24.95

‘Our wee country’: national identity, golf and ‘Ireland’

Personalizing solidarity? The role of self-tracking in health insurance pricing

When the refugee status becomes an economic asset: how Malians in a Burkinabé City negotiate the “refugee” category

Mouth work: bodily action in sensory science

Eating NAFTA: trade, food policies, and the destruction of Mexico

Testing the General Theory of Crime with the Circumplex Model: Curvilinear Relations between Family Functioning and Self-Control

The Many (Subtle) Ways Parents Game the System: Mixed-method Evidence on the Transition into Secondary-school Tracks in Germany

A Systematic Review of Research on Pet Ownership and Animal Interactions among Older Adults

Pet Ownership and Human–Animal Interaction in an Aging Population: Rewards and Challenges

Future Directions for Research on Human–Animal Interaction in an Aging Population

Introduction to the Themed Issue on Human–Animal Interaction and Healthy Human Aging

Loneliness, Depression, and Physical Activity in Older Adults: The Therapeutic Role of Human–Animal Interactions

The State of Research on Human–Animal Relations: Implications for Human Health

Relationship of Behavioral Interactions during an Animal-assisted Intervention in Assisted Living to Health-related Outcomes

Biopsychosocial Factors and Cognitive Function in Cat Ownership and Attachment in Community-dwelling Older Adults

Epidemiological Panel Studies of Older Adults: New Frontiers in the Research on Human– Animal Interaction

Animal Metropolis: Histories of Human–Animal Relations in Urban Canada

Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate: Word, Liturgy, Charity: The Diaconate in the U.S. Catholic Church, 1968–2018

Religion Vs. Science: What Religious People Really Think, by ELAINE HOWARD ECKLUND and CHRISTOPHER P. SCHEITLE

Motivated prejudice: The effect of need for closure on anti-immigrant attitudes in the United States and Italy and the mediating role of binding moral foundations

Adult Children’s Education and Later-Life Health of Parents in China: The Intergenerational Effects of Human Capital Investment

Structural Inequality and Ethnic Bloc Voting*

Social Group Identity and Perceptions of Online Hate

Book review: Excitement Processes: Norbert Elias’s Unpublished Works on Sports, Leisure, Body, Culture

Drinking stories as a narrative genre: The five classic themes

Determinants of Variation in State Concealed Carry Laws, 1970–2016

“I Will Be Out There Every Day Strong!” Protest Policing and Future Activism Among Ferguson and Baltimore Protesters

Framing and immigration through the trump era

Bonding or bridging? On art participation and social cohesion in a rural region of the Netherlands

18 March 2019

Social representations of climate change and pro-environmental behavior intentions in Taiwan

School-to-Work Linkages, Educational Mismatches, and Labor Market Outcomes

Theologies of Medicine and Miracles

Making Medicine Care

The Challenges of a Partnership between Medicine and Religion

Patricia Commun and Stefan Kolev, Eds. Wilhelm Röpke (1899–1966): A Liberal Political Economist and Conservative Social Philosopher

Lincoln, Churchill and Statesmanship

Donald Rumsfeld, When the Center Held: Gerald Ford and the Rescue of the American Presidency

Social and demographical determinants of quality of life in people who live with HIV/AIDS infection: evidence from a meta-analysis

White Kids: Growing Up with Privilege in a Racially Divided America

High Tech and High Touch: Headhunting, Technology, and Economic Transformation

Review of Disability and Aging: Learning from Both to Empower the Lives of Older Adults

The Truly Advantaged: Examining the Effects of Privileged Places on Educational Attainment

Changing the world one virgin at a time: abstinence pledgers, lifestyle movements, and social change

Visual criminology and the social image/s of crime

Moral panic and the new neoliberal compromise

The price of religiosity: Enticing young Haredi men into secular academic studies

Book review: Mark Hamm and Ramon Spaaij, The Age of Lone Wolf Terrorism

Revisiting Authoritarianism

Precarization and Labor Resistance: Canada, the USA, India and China

Active Enactment and Virtuous Circles of Employment Relations: How Danish Unions Organised the Transnationalised Copenhagen Metro Construction Project

On Pain as a Distinct Sensation: Mapping Intensities, Affects, and Difference in ‘Interior States’

Book Review: Tracey Jensen, Parenting the Crisis: The Cultural Politics of Parent-Blame

Understanding Emerging Adults’ National Attachments and Their Reactions to Athlete Activism

“Més Que Un Joc?”: Sport and Contemporary Political Nationalism in Scotland and Catalonia

“I Just Go on Wi-Fi”: Imagining Worlds Through Professional Basketball Migrants’ Deployment of Information and Communication Technology

Selection versus Socialization? Interrogating the Sources of Secularity in Global Science

Migrants and Low-Paid Employment in British Workplaces

Dimensions of Social Stratification and Their Relation to Mortality: A Comparison Across Gender and Life Course Periods in Finland

Understanding the Sociocultural Drivers of Urban Bushmeat Consumption for Behavior Change Interventions in Pointe Noire, Republic of Congo

Why Military Organizations Are Cautious About Learning?

17 March 2019

Portrait of a ‘real’ marero: Fantasy and falsehood in stories of gang violence

16 March 2019

Social inclusion in the knowledge economy: unions’ strategies and institutional change in the Austrian and German training systems

Ariel Wilkis, The Moral Power of Money: Morality and Economy in the Life of the Poor

Norman Saadi Nikro and Sonja Hegasy, eds., The Social Life of Memory: Violence, Trauma, and Testimony in Lebanon and Morocco

Manjusha Nair, Undervalued Dissent: Informal Workers’ Politics in India

M. Pilar Opazo, Appetite for Innovation: Creativity and Change at elBulli

Didier Fassin, Prison Worlds: An Ethnography of the Carceral Condition

Sharon Ee Ling Quah, Perspectives on Marital Dissolution: Divorce Biographies in Singapore

Roland Robertson and John Simpson, eds., The Arts and Science of Sociology: Essays in Honour of Edward A. Tiryakian

Mikhail Minakov, Development and Dystopia: Studies in Post-Soviet Ukraine and Eastern Europe

From the editor: Farewell Mohammed, Welcome Junpeng

Taihui Guo, 历史社会学的技艺:名家访谈录 [The Artistry of Historical Sociology: Interviews with Leading Scholars]

Shiri Noy, Banking on Health: The World Bank and Health Sector Reform in Latin America

Richard Gruneau, Sport and Modernity

Madhura Swaminathan and Sandipan Baksi, eds., How Do Small Farmers Fare? Evidence from Village Studies in India

15 March 2019

Book Review: Yasemin Besen-Cassino, The Cost of Being a Girl: Working Teens and the Origins of the Gender Wage Gap

Finite media: environmental implications of digital technologies

Permanently online, permanently connected: living and communicating in a POPC World

Asymmetric Mutual Dependence between the State and Capitalists in China

Young Adults' Patterns of Leaving the Parental Home: A Focus on Differences Among Asian Americans

“Reclaiming Our Time”: Black Women, Resistance, and Rising Inequality: SWS Presidential Lecture

Hotspot crowding and over-tourism: Antecedents of destination attractiveness

Blanchard, A. and Strand, R. (eds) Cancer Biomarkers: Ethics, Economics and Society, Kokstad: Megaloceros Press2017. 149ppISBN978‐82‐91851‐04‐4

Beyond the responsibility binary: analysing maternal responsibility in the human papillomavirus vaccination decision

Professional autonomy and surveillance: the case of public reporting in cardiac surgery

Trialling technologies to reduce hospital in‐patient falls: an agential realist analysis

WhiteSpace, Brown Place: Racialized Experiences Accessing Public Space in an Arkansas Immigrant Community*

Dimond, R. and Stephen, N.Legalising Mitochondrial Donation: Enacting Ethical Futures in UK Biomedical Politics. Printforce, The Netherlands: Palgrave Macmillan. 2018. 147pp £43.99 (Hardcover) ISBN 978‐3‐319‐74644‐9 £34.99 (eBook) ISBN 978‐3‐319‐74645‐6

Experimental Evidence on Immediate and Long-term Consequences of Test-induced Respondent Burden for Panel Attrition

Trust and Respect at Work: Justice Antecedents and the Role of Coworker Dynamics

Years since migration and wellbeing among Indian and Sri Lankan skilled migrants in Australia: Mediating effects of acculturation

14 March 2019

Food bank nations: poverty, corporate charity and the right to food

A body set between hot and cold: everyday sensory labor and attunement in an Indian village

A cooperative model of tasting: Comté cheese and the jury terroir

What is a good father? The meaning of a good father through sports parenting in South Korea

“How behavior spreads: the science of complex contagions”

The football lads alliance: a sheen of respectability for Britain’s far-right, counter-jihadi movement

Mapuche political, educational and linguistic demands and public policy in Chile

Ethnicity, temporality and educational mobilities: comparing the ethnic identity constructions of Mongolian and Tibetan students in China

The politics of technology in Africa: communication, development, and nation-building in Ethiopia

Stepping-up: ‘Urban’ and ‘queer’ cultural capital in LGBT and queer communities in Kansai, Japan

‘In this house we believe in fairness and kindness’: Post-liberation politics in Australia's same-sex marriage postal survey

Perceptions of provider power among sex buyers

Post‐Critical Belief Scale and Scripture as Predictors of Prejudice

There Is No Brain: Rethinking Neuroscience through a Nomadic Ontology

Machina Sapiens: Digital Posthumanism from the Perspective of Plessner’s Logic of Levels

The Environmental Consequences of Asymmetric War: A Panel Study of Militarism and Carbon Emissions, 2000–2010

Inequality in social capital in Chile: Assessing the importance of network size and contacts’ occupational prestige on status attainment

Binding significance to form: Cultural objects, neural binding, and cultural change

Editorial: Acknowledging Peer Review Excellence