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The Public Sociology Debate

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Foreword / Michael Burawoy Introduction: Burawoy's "Normative Vision" of Sociology / Ariane Hanemaayer and Christopher J. SchneiderPart 1: Debating the Normative Dimensions of Professional Sociology 1 Returning to the Classics: Looking to Weber and Durkheim to Resolve the Theoretical Inconsistencies of Public Sociology / Ariane Hanemaayer 2 Public Sociology, Professional Sociology, and Democracy / Axel Van Den Berg Part 2: Critical Reflections on the Possibility of Public Sociology 3 L'Ouverture des bouches: The Social and Intellectual Bases for Engaged and Public Social Theory / Scott Schaffer 4 Precarious Publics: Interrogating a Public Sociology for Migrant Workers in Canada / Jill Bucklaschuk 5 Reflections on the Theory and Practice of Teaching Public Sociology / Susan Prentice Part 3: Blurring the Line between Policy and Public Sociology 6 Public Sociology and Research Ethics / Anne Mesny 7 Coral W. Topping, Pioneer Canadian Public Sociologist: "A Veteran Warrior for Prison Reform" / Rick Helmes-Hayes Part 4: Innovative Engagements in Public Scholarship 8 Social Media and e-Public Sociology / Christopher J. Schneider 9 Public Ethnography as Public Engagement: Multimodal Pedagogies for Innovative Learning / Phillip Vannini and Laura Milne Conclusion / Ariane Hanemaayer and Christopher J. Schneider Epilogue: Student Reflections on a Public Sociology Course at UBC, Okanagan Campus / Kyle Nolan Appendix 1: Theory and Practice of Sociology Syllabus, University of Manitoba Appendix 2: Public Sociology Syllabus, UBC, Okanagan Campus Contributors; Index

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Leading Canadian experts debate whether sociologists should engage in social activism and public debates and, if so, what role ethics should play in their research and engagement.

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Ariane Hanemaayer is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Sociology at the University of Alberta. Christopher J. Schneider is an assistant professor of sociology at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus. Contributors: Jill Bucklaschuk, Michael Burawoy, Rick Helmes-Hayes, Anne Mesny, Laura Milne, Kyle Nolan, Susan Prentice, Scott Schaffer, Axel van den Berg, Phillip Vannini

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