‘Mining a productive seam? The coal industry, community and sociology’

@article{Strangleman2018MiningAP,
  title={‘Mining a productive seam? The coal industry, community and sociology’},
  author={T. Strangleman},
  journal={Contemporary British History},
  year={2018},
  volume={32},
  pages={18 - 38}
}
Abstract Recently there have been calls for sociology in Britain to reflect on its longstanding historical attention and focus, something which has been neglected of late. At the same time there is growing interest in the historiography of British sociology and critical reflection on how its early post-war assumptions went on to structure later research, writing and scholarship. Developing both of these insights this article looks at British sociology’s longstanding relationship with the coal… Expand
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