Network Book Reviews
The editors of Network are interested in carrying reviews of the books listed below in the next edition.
Network invites all BSA members to pick a book from the list. Please contact Tony Trueman for the next deadline for reviews.
Guidelines for book reviewing can be found here. In some cases we can carry reviews of 600 words rather than 550.
To register an interest in reviewing, or for more information, please contact Tony Trueman on 07964 023392. We will then have a copy of the book sent to you.
Please note that it is essential to let us know of your interest before beginning reviewing.
Social Networks and Migration: relocations, relationships and resources
Technosleep: Frontiers, Fictions, Futures.
by Coveney, C., Greaney, M., Hsu, E. L., Meadows, R., & Williams, S. J.
Pharmacy Miscellany Thoughts on Regulation, Education, Industry and Philosophy
Malcolm E. Brown
Combining the Legal and the Social in Sociology of Law (An Homage to Reza Banakar)
edited by Håkan Hydén, Roger Cotterrell, David Nelken and Ulrike Schultz
Criminal Justice and The Ideal Defendant in the Making of Remorse and Responsibility
edited by Stewart Field and Cyrus Tata
My Life in Fragments
Zygmunt Bauman, Izabela Wagner (Editor)
The Spirit of Digital Capitalism
The Refugee System A Sociological Approach
Rawan Arar & David Scott FitzGerald
A Child’s Day
Rachel Brooks and Paul Hodkinson
Critical Realism for Health and Illness Research
The 9th edition of Sociology
Anthony Giddens and Philip W. Sutton
John B. Thompson
Family, Identity and Mixedness: Exploring 'Mixed-Race' Identities in Scotland
Mengxi Pang and Shirley Anne Tate
The Incel Rebellion: The Rise of the Manosphere and the Virtual War Against Women
Multiracism: Rethinking Racism in Global Context
Introducing Forced Migration