Tag Archives: London

Visual narratives of London among East European migrants indicate disillusionment with the global city

‘Where is the global city?’ visual narratives of London among East European migrants From Urban Studies This paper considers visual narratives, referring to the simultaneous textual and pictorial narrating of migrant experiences of everyday life in London, narratives that construct … Continue reading

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Strawberry Fields Forever

By Louisa Strain and Kathryn Bromwich from The Connect Group and The Green Group On Friday 16th March 20 volunteers from SAGE London donned their wellies and spent the day gardening in Bethnal Green, East London. Volunteers were recruited to participate in … Continue reading

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Online Information 2011 #online11

Starting today is the annual Online Information conference and exhibition at London’s Olympia exhibition centre. SAGE will be there, along with some other 150 other exhibitors. As usual, there’s a lot going on, with SAGE engaged both in the conference and on … Continue reading

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The sociological interest and significance of the 2012 London Olympic Games

Special Issue: Sociology and the 2012 Olympic Games From Sociology The 2012 London Olympic Games provide an exciting focus for sociological analyses of the personal and public, local and global. This special issue of Sociology contributes timely theoretical, empirical and methodological reflections … Continue reading

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How did London Get Away With it? The Recession and the North-South Divide

Last week was the first in a new series of SAGE-sponsored events at the LSE. LSE Works is a series of public lectures that will showcase some of the latest research by LSE’s Research Centres. In each session, LSE academics will … Continue reading

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