Cost of Living Blog – A case for ‘action sociology’


Five of us studied sociology at university while the sixth only demurred because her early artistic talent shone brightly. We think and act as one across a range of social and political domains. Moreover we share the view that ‘doing sociology’ makes no sense unless this is oriented to, and produces outcomes for, those ‘publics’ that comprises our society. We have researched and/or written in ‘twos’ or ‘threes’ and have marched and protested as a family. Our views on apposite engagement are illustrated here in relation to health inequalities….. Click here to view the full blog post on the Cost of Living Website