A paper by Michael Yates, a labor educator, tracing the history of radical labor education suggesting that the time for renewal may be at hand.
An internal working paper literature review on the diffusion of innovations by Edmund Chattoe (research fellow) and Nigel Gilbert (professor), Department of Sociology, University of Surrey (UK). Works are applies to the task of modelling the decisions made by farmers to adopt The Agricultural Environmental Measures (AEMs).
An excerpt from the preface to Eli Siegel's major text, "Self and World: An Explanation of Aesthetic Realism".
An article by Udo Kelle (University of Vechta) providing an overview of the important methodological discussions surrounding the basic questions of mixed (qualitative and quantitative) method designs in sociology.
A wide-ranging resource of essays and articles published by the Derby TV/TS Group (UK) discussing the manifold interpretations of gender. Articles/essays are categories by perspective and are added regularly.
A resource of reports showing recent social, demographic, political and communication technology changes in the world as a whole and for developed and less developed sections.
A quantitative study of social and demographic changes in Dublin, Ireland employing principal component analysis (PCA) on data collected using ten-yearly census data and smaller mid-decade census data.
The first interim report (literature review) delivered to the European Commission representing a "state of the art" review of all aspects of work, especially change, in the Information Society in Europe in 1999.
A resource of reports and publications made by a team of Thai and U.S. researchers conducting an on-going investigation into the impact of AIDS on older people since 1998.
A sociological explanation for the rise in North American male suicide since 1950 examining changes in the constructions of homosexuality and arguing that the rise in male suicide is corollary. Proposals for future studies are also made.