Tag: Feature Essays

Beveridge Revisited: Why does poverty still stalk the UK?

Rose Deller , November 10th, 2022

On the 80th anniversary of the Beveridge report, the five ‘giants’ he sought to slay are alive and well and stalking this green and pleasant land. A new book…

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Responsibility for refugee education: Education by the state but not for the state?

Rose Deller , June 20th, 2022

Monday 20 June is World Refugee Day. Sarah Dryden-Peterson draws from her recent book, Right Where We Belong: How Refugee Teachers and Students Are Changing the Future of…

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(Re)Understanding Human Need: Writing the Revised Edition

Rose Deller , November 9th, 2021

Hartley Dean discusses the intellectual journey that influenced the writing of his revised edition of Understanding Human Need. (Re)Understanding Human Need: Writing the Revised Edition I suspect that…

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Inside Number 9: The Evolution of a Sociology Textbook

Rose Deller , April 20th, 2021

In this feature essay, Phil Sutton takes readers inside the writing of the ninth edition of Polity’s flagship sociology textbook, Sociology, co-authored with Anthony Giddens. He discusses the…

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