These are exciting times for the concept of class. For most of the 20th Century research taking it as the point of departure was dominated by various versions of Marxism or Weberianism. Whether it was social mobility, educational inequality, health inequalities or identities and political attitudes in the frame, … Read More
Although the 2015 General Election will be remembered for ushering into office the first majority Conservative government since New Labour swept John Major from power back in 1997, it also heralded a distinct sense of déjà vu for those whose memories stretched back just a tad further.
This author’s first … Read More