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On SAGE Insight: Navigating the Central Mediterranean in a Time of ‘Crisis’: Disentangling Migration Governance and Migrant Journeys

Special Issue: Migration and Crisis in Europe From Sociology This article from the Special Issue: Migration and Crisis in Europe closely examines the relationship between migration and the changing governance of mobility and borders in the Central Mediterranean. This article … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Discretion and secrecy in governance: Theresa May’s approach as UK PM

Article title: A woman who can keep a secret From British Journalism Review Fiona Hill, one of Theresa May’s chiefs of staff is thought to have influenced a change in both leadership and communication style, it is undeniable that she has given … Continue reading

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Caring for nanotechnology? Being an integrated social scientist

From Social Studies of Science As policymakers in the Western world increasingly embrace concepts of ‘responsible research and innovation’, integration goes mainstream. Science policy and funding guidelines have come to include calls for integration of the social sciences and humanities … Continue reading

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Making sense of the ‘Big Society’: Social work and the moral order

From Journal of Social Work The practice of social work has always been strongly influenced by political ideology, and its organization shaped by public policy. This article examines social work in the UK during the New Labour administrations and outlines … Continue reading

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