Tag Archives: aesthetics

On SAGE Insight: Representations of Disability, Sexuality and Disabled Sex

Article title: Lost in representation: Disabled sex and the aesthetics of the ‘norm’ From Sexualities Recent debates on sex and disability have focused on questions of representation as, after a long exclusion from popular culture, disabled intimacies have emerged in … Continue reading

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Making a point and making a noise: Pussy Riot a punk prayer

From Law, Culture and the Humanities  This article highlights the link between law and music and how they matter to each other. Furthermore it identifies how the aesthetic, the legal, and the political are connected. These links are explored through … Continue reading

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Exploring the shift to the popular evidence-based approach

Evidence-based dialectics From Organization A great many social scientists now advocate ‘evidence-based management’ and ‘evidence-based policy’. Their inspiration comes from the success and popularity of evidence-based medicine. This article and a podcast explore the relationship between those enchanted by the evidence-based … Continue reading

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