The Sociology of Occupy

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Abstract

This podcast is one of a number of special features highlighting our monograph, Radical Futures, collecting research from the FP7 funded MYPLACE Project. Phil Mizen, Professor of Sociology and Policy at Aston University, discusses his research on a local occupy camp and the broader questions of political sociology posed by the international occupy movement:
Original languageEnglish
TypePodcast
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 16 Aug 2016

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