How sociologists and sociology intersected in the wake of Trump’s inauguration

Sociologists are already having a field day trying to understand what happened in the days after President Donald Trump took office.As the nation mourned the loss of the first black president, many researchers wondered what kind of political environment would have emerged, and what kinds of policies might have been put in place.In the months that followed, researchers at a […]

The sociological perspective of conflict: a critique of the conceptualisation of conflict from an intersectionalist perspective

A sociological framework for understanding and evaluating conflict in contemporary society has emerged over the past decade or so.In this paper, I will argue that a sociological analysis of conflict is more than simply a way of describing the social structure and dynamics of conflict in a particular setting, but rather, it offers a theoretical and empirical foundation for the […]