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This bibliography section of this book titled Crisis, Politics and Critical Sociology contains the list of reference articles. The book draws upon the work of contemporary critical sociologists searching for the roots of our present social and economic problems. Both prominent figures and emerging voices in sociology come together to offer insights into our present dilemmas from a critical perspective. The questions they ask and attempt to answer include: What is critical sociology? and what is critical sociology today? After the journey through abstraction, the book concludes with a return to the concrete use of political economy in the international context.

Keywords: crisis; critical sociology; politics



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