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Riding alone on the elevator

A class experiment in interdisciplinary education

Anna M. Frank, Rebecca Froese, Barbara C. Hof, Maike I. E. Scheffold, Felix Schreyer, Mathias Zeller, and Simone Rödder

thought to empower joint conceptual thinking at a point in time of an academic career when disciplinary socialisation is not yet strongly developed. In this article, the students and the lecturer jointly document how the class ‘Introduction to the social

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Jonathan Friedman

This is an age of regression, the amplification of class relations and their polarization, the withdrawal of the new political classes into luxurious lives along with other dominant classes, while the declining lower end of the social world recedes into poverty and chaos. Overstated as a description, perhaps, but it does, I suggest, situate current trends.

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Noisy Lives, Noisy Bodies

Exploring the Sensorial Embodiment of Class

Camilla Hoffmann Merrild, Peter Vedsted, and Rikke Sand Andersen

fieldwork carried out by Merrild among two different social classes in Denmark. The fieldwork was comparative and informants resided in two different geographical areas, which were selected based on a combination of population composition and context

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Katie Kirakosian, Virginia McLaurin, and Cary Speck

a variety of undergraduate students from schools and colleges across the university, this class fulfils a ‘global diversity’ degree requirement and is intended to provide breadth and depth to a student’s early course of study. This course is taught

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Financialization from the margins

Notes on the incorporation of Argentina's subproletariat into consumer credit (2009–2015)

Hadrien Saiag

Rosario's working class perceived consumer credit in 2016. On the one hand, people expressed deep worries about their increasing exposure to this kind of debt. They used expressions that referred to a loss of control over their time, like “working for the

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Patricia Mainardi

possible. The first illustrated miscellany, The Penny Magazine , was founded in London in 1832, and in France the following year. The first illustrated periodicals were directed to the working classes. This is not surprising since philanthropic societies

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Worldly Tastes

Mobility and the Geographical Imaginaries of Interwar Australian Magazines

Victoria Kuttainen and Susann Liebich

’s print market, yet were distinct in content, approach, and reader-ship. Where The Home addressed a largely female, upper- and middle-class audience, MAN spoke to the working and middle-class, aspirational, urban man. Both magazines addressed an

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‘Those Twins of Learning’

Cognitive and Affective Learning in an Inclusive Shakespearean Curriculum

Sheila T. Cavanagh and Steve Rowland

significant differences that sometimes emerge between standard undergraduate classes and their incarcerated counterparts. The authors share the active goal of reducing the gap they experience between these two modes of classroom experiences, but continue to

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The emergence of the global debt society

Governmentality and profit extraction through fabricated abundance and imposed scarcity in Peru and Spain

Ismael Vaccaro, Eric Hirsch, and Irene Sabaté

euphoria experienced during economic booms inadvertently contributes to set the basis for the pressures toward indebtedness on the microscale of households and individuals. For wide strata of the working and middle classes, applying for credit is a logical

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From the “state-idea” to “politically organized subjection”

Revisiting Abrams in times of crisis in Turkey and EU-Europe

Katharina Bodirsky

grasp the relationship between political and non-political power. ( Abrams 1988: 82 ) A few years ago, I was teaching an undergraduate class in anth ropology at Middle East Technical University in Ankara. One of the assigned readings referenced Philip