This year we are celebrating Oxford Scholarship Online (OSO) turning fifteen. As a part of this celebration we are shining a spotlight on the different subject areas available on OSO.
Oxford University Press has a leading list in sociology, publishing a range of titles to match the diverse nature of the field, focussing on research that addresses questions, trends, key issues in the world today, and social problems with implications for social policy. The titles represent a range of methodologies and approaches, from empirical and theoretical to quantitative and qualitative.
Delve in to this subject area with our selected reading list:
- 'The Institutions of Democracy' from Democracy and Its Institutions by André Béteille
- 'Agency and Social Structure' from Identity Theory by Peter J. Burke and Jan E. Stets
- 'Engineering Sociality in a Culture of Connectivity' from The Culture of Connectivity by Jose van Dijck
- 'Introduction' from Who Owns the World's Media? by Eli M. Noam and The International Media Concentration Collaboration
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