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On SAGE Insight: The State of Unequal Educational Opportunity: Special Issue on the Coleman Report 50 Years Later

Guest Editor : Margot I. Jackson and Susan L. Moffitt The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science In the 50 years since the Equality of Educational Opportunity survey (EEOS) first appeared in print, tens of thousands … Continue reading

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The contested terrain of alcohol sponsorship of sport

The contested terrain of alcohol sponsorship of sport in New Zealand From International Review for the Sociology of Sport Alcohol brands sold in New Zealand are increasingly being marketed via sponsorship of music and sporting events. This study examines the … Continue reading

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Unpaid work and social policy: Engaging research with mothers on social assistance

From Action Research This study considers the area of unpaid care giving work as central to a gender analysis of public policy. The findings resonate with other published literature on this topic and suggest more nuanced research is needed regarding … Continue reading

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Invaluable British survey gauges the national mood after 3 terms of Labour government

From British Social Attitudes – The 27th Report The annual British Social Attitudes survey is an indispensable guide to political and social issues in contemporary Britain. This 27th Report delivers the public’s verdict after thirteen years of Labour rule. It … Continue reading

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