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Ethnography Abroad (Beaman, Magbouleh & Inglis)

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Annex Sociology Podcast
Ethnography Abroad (Beaman, Magbouleh & Inglis)
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The Assistant Professor Annex Takeover begins with Jean Beaman (UC Santa Barbara), Neda Magabouleh (University of Toronto) and special guest Patrick Inglis (Grinnell College). In this episode, the gang talks about the challenges of conducting ethnographic research in other societies.

Jean Beaman is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She recently published Citizen Outsider: Children of North African Immigrants in France with University of California Press.

Neda Magbouleh is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto. She recently published The Limits of Whiteness: Iranian-Americans & the Everyday Politics of Race with Stanford University Press.

Patrick Inglis is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Grinnell College. He recently published Narrow Fairways: Getting By and Falling Behind in the New India with Oxford University Press.

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Nuanced Theory (Kieran Healy)

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Nuanced Theory (Kieran Healy)







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We discuss Kieran Healy’s paper “Fuck Nuance” inĀ Contemporary Sociology.

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Comparative Poverty Research (David Brady)

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Comparative Poverty Research (David Brady)
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David Brady discusses the comparative study of policy and poverty, and the value of an international perspective in the study of poverty

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Amy Cuddy and the Methods Mob

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Amy Cuddy and the Methods Mob
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We discuss the case of Amy Cuddy, a researcher who rose to fame based on research that failed replication. She was then featured in a New York Times piece that portrayed her as falling victim to an online “methods mob”.

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