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Date: 11/22/2019
Subject: Journal of Sociology: open access TASA 2019 articles
From: Journal of Sociology

Journal of Sociology
TASA 2019 Free Access Articles
Dear ~~first_name~~
In celebration of the annual TASA conference, SAGE and the Journal of Sociology are providing free access to a selection of articles that are authored by the keynotes or correspond to the conference’s theme of Diversity and Urban Growth. The free to access articles include:
Walter, M., & Butler, K. (2013). Teaching race to teach Indigeneity. Journal of Sociology, 49(4), 397–410.
Franklin, A., & Papastergiadis, N. (2017). Engaging with the anti-museum? Visitors to the Museum of Old and New Art. Journal of Sociology, 53(3), 670–686.
Morris, A. (2019). ‘Communicide’: The destruction of a vibrant public housing community in inner Sydney through a forced displacement. Journal of Sociology, 55(2), 270–289.
Colic-Peisker, V., & Deng, L. (2019). Chinese business migrants in Australia: Middle-class transnationalism and ‘dual embeddedness.’ Journal of Sociology, 55(2), 234–251.
Stones, R. (2017). Sociology’s unspoken weakness: Bringing epistemology back in. Journal of Sociology, 53(4), 730–752.
Stevenson, D., & Magee, L. (2017). Art and space: Creative infrastructure and cultural capital in Sydney, Australia. Journal of Sociology, 53(4), 839–861.
Happy reading!
Editors in Chief
Kate Huppatz

Steve Matthewman
Managing Editor
Sky Hugman
Journal of Sociology features high quality sociological scholarship in all its forms. We are dedicated to showcasing theory as well as applied sociology, quantitative and qualitative research. Interdisciplinary pieces are welcome, as are submissions from outside the academy. Based in the Southern Hemisphere and committed to intellectual works from the Asia-Pacific region, including Indigenous scholarship, we also encourage submissions from across the globe.
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