Commentary: What could a sociology of the subject look like? Subject, subjectivity, subjectivation by Paola Rebughini

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McDonald, K. 2014. Commentary: What could a sociology of the subject look like? Subject, subjectivity, subjectivation by Paola Rebughini. Sociopedia.ISA. https://doi.org/10.1177/20568460023
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TitleCommentary: What could a sociology of the subject look like? Subject, subjectivity, subjectivation by Paola Rebughini
AuthorsMcDonald, K.
Abstract

This paper addresses recent sociological work on the 'sociology of the subject' and its place within contemporary Sociological theory.

Keywordssociological theory; social action; social movements; subjectivity
PublisherInternational Sociological Association (ISA) and SAGE
JournalSociopedia.ISA
ISSN2056-8460
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Print2014
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Deposited27 Feb 2015
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Commentary: What could a sociology of the subject look like? Subject, subjectivity, subjectivation by Paola Rebughini. Reviewed by Kevin McDonald

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