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  1. Week 1 - Introduction to Social Science Questions, Disciplines, and Methods 2 items
    1. Social research methods - Alan Bryman 2016

      Book Core Read pages 21-24, 31-34

  2. Week 2 - Poverty 6 items
    1. Understanding poverty - Abhijit V. Banerjee, Roland Benabou, Dilip Mookherjee 2006

      Book Core Read pages 3-16 (the section by Angus Deaton; located at the top before the 'Front Matter' section)

    2. New measure of poverty is not perfect but it is the least imperfect one we have - Paul Johnson

      Article Recommended This article is behind a paywall, but you can access it for free by registering with an email address. Do this before attending seminar!

    3. We have a new way to measure poverty – now let’s act to solve it - Helen Barnard 2018

      Article Recommended This article also addresses new innovations in measuring poverty, as with the Times article above. It is quite short and will be very helpful if you struggled to understand the arguments in the core and other recommended readings this week.

    4. Addressing world poverty through women and girls: a feminised solution - Sylvia Chant 2016

      Article Additional This is a critique of the 'Girl Effect' video you will watch in seminar this week.

    5. The best stats you've ever seen - Hans Rosling - Hans Rosling

      Audio-visual document Additional Though a decade old, this early TED talk is an impressive demonstration of what an effective and persuasive presentation of quantitative data looks like.

    6. Paul Collier: The "bottom billion" | TED Talk

      Webpage Additional This speech gives a good overview of global poverty in recent decades.

  3. Week 3 - Climate Change 3 items
    1. The handbook of global climate and environment policy - Robert Falkner 2013

      Book Core Read pages 3-16, 'Global Climate Change' by Matthew J. Hoffmann

  4. Week 4 - Class and Social Stratification 2 items
    1. Sociology - Anthony Giddens, Philip W. Sutton 2017

      Book Core Read pp.479-490 and pp.510-517

    2. The sociology of economic life - Mark S. Granovetter, Richard Swedberg c2011

      Book Additional Read chapters 1-2

  5. Week 5 - Work and Society 4 items
    1. Sociology, work and organisation - Tony J. Watson 2017

      Book Core Read pages 86-91, 95-96, 98-102, 116-121

    2. Confucianism and the Protestant Work Ethic - Cheryl Lim, Chua Sin Lay 2003-8-1

      Article Recommended

  6. Week 6 - Race and Ethnicity 2 items
    1. Sociology - James Fulcher, John Scott c2011

      Book Core Read pages 191-203, 215-226

  7. Week 7 - Postcolonialism 5 items
    1. Understanding Postcolonialism - Jane Hiddleston 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Additional

    2. Orientalism - Edward W. Said 2003

      Book Additional

  8. Week 8 - Gender 5 items
    1. Sociology - Anthony Giddens, Philip W. Sutton 2017

      Book Core Read pp.615-628

    2. Gender: in world perspective - Raewyn Connell, Rebecca Pearse 2015

      Book Core Read pp.12-17

    3. (159) Women at work WWII 1943 - YouTube

      Audio-visual document Recommended

  9. Week 9 - Sexuality 4 items
    1. Palgrave Advances in the Modern History of Sexuality - Harry Cocks , and Matt Houlbrook 2005

      Book Core Read pages 1-11

  10. Week 10 - Ethics and Bias 2 items
    1. Social research methods - Alan Bryman 2016

      Book Core Read chapter 6, pp.120-146

  11. Week 11 - Revision 0 items
  12. Week 12 - Population and Demography 1 item
    1. Anthropology and contemporary human problems - John H. Bodley c2012

      Book Core Read pages 226-253

  13. Week 13 - Urban Anthropology 3 items
    1. Anthropology in the city: methodology and theory - Italo Pardo, Giuliana B. Prato 2016

      Book Core Read pp.4-10

    2. A companion to urban anthropology - Donald Macon Nonini 2014

      Book Core Read pages 306-326

    3. “An Anthropologist Walks Into a Bar” - Christian Madsbjerg, Mikkel B. Rasmussen March 2014

      Webpage Recommended

  14. Week 14 - Family and Society 5 items
    1. A sociology of family life - Deborah Chambers 2012

      Book Core

    2. The Sociology of Families - Judith Treas 2014

      Book Recommended Read pp.61-77

  15. Week 15 - Education and Socialization 0 items
  16. Week 16 - Rationality 2 items
    1. Political theory: an introduction - Andrew Heywood c2004

      Book Core Read pages 122-129 (ignore text in boxes)

  17. Week 17 - Behavioural Economics 3 items
    1. Libertarian Paternalism - Cass Sunstein and Richard Thaler

      Webpage Core

    2. Nudge: improving decisions about health, wealth and happiness - Richard H. Thaler, Cass R. Sunstein 2009

      Book Additional

  18. Week 18 - Political Power 2 items
  19. Week 19 - Nationalism 3 items
    1. Banal nationalism - Michael Billig 1995

      Book Additional

  20. Week 20 - War and Violence 1 item
  21. Week 21 - Crime and Punishment 0 items
  22. Week 22 - Revision 0 items
  23. Week 23 - Inequality 2 items
    1. Why nations fail: the origins of power, prosperity, and poverty - Daron Acemoglu, James A. Robinson 2013

      Book Core Read pages 70-87

    2. Anthropology and contemporary human problems - John H. Bodley c2012

      Book Core Read pages 15-20, 26-32

  24. Week 24 - Globalization 2 items
  25. Week 25 - Revision 0 items
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