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Attitude or Age

Girlhood in Renaissance England

Reina Green

resistance to social and sexual boundaries. In chapter two, Higginbotham continues her examination of female characters in late sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century drama, looking at those who resist such social boundaries. Girlhood was a space of greater

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Sociology in the Garden

Beyond the Liberal Grammar of Contemporary Sociology

Nissim Mizrachi

, I really believe, on the deepest level, that there is no way to recruit the support of broad segments of the Israeli population to our cause [emphasis added]. Another activist sketched the social boundaries of Israel’s human rights and peace

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“Going vertical” in times of insecurity

Constructing proximity and distance through a Kenyan gated high-rise

Zoë Goodman

era. However, residential enclosure is increasingly ubiquitous, securitized, and vertical—and ever more significant to the demarcation of social boundaries. The Jaffery Complex's marketing slogan “Live in Confidence!” captures this conjunction: it

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“Something Good Distracts Us from the Bad”

Girls Cultivating Disruption

Crystal Leigh Endsley

understanding of how subjectivity is produced, performed, represented and policed in the United States and beyond” (2017: 120) is critical to survival. SPW does not exclude experiences that emerge beyond normalized social boundaries based on gender. Rather, it

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Nicholas L. Syrett

the gay rights movement, see Jim Downs, Stand By Me: The Forgotten History of Gay Liberation (New York: Basic, 2016), 129–132; and Joshua Gamson, “Messages of Exclusion: Gender, Movements, and Social Boundaries,” Gender and Society 11, no. 2 (1997

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Speaking Back, Striking Back

Calls for Local Agency and Good Fieldwork in Development Encounters

Eugenie Reidy

social sciences whose fieldwork involves a subject and object traditionally separated by cultural, linguistic and social boundaries. Existing assumptions and biases on the part of researchers, the role of interlocutors (who may be local elites) in

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Nonrecording the “European refugee crisis” in Greece

Navigating through irregular bureaucracy

Katerina Rozakou

. Cultures that are well known for their generous practices of hospitality are also distinguished by harsh bureaucratic indifference and hostility, reflecting the cultural construction of identities and social boundaries ( Herzfeld 1992: 40 ). In other cases

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Racialized Governance

The Production and Destruction of Secure Spaces in Olympic Rio de Janeiro

Margit Ystanes and Alexandre Magalhães

. Bruno Carvalho points out that Rio is indeed a “porous city,” where throughout history, people have made myriad connections across spatial and social boundaries. Such porosity, however, has not eliminated social and racial segregation. Carvalho, notes