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    dichotomy 1 Division (esp. sharply defined) in two classes, parts, etc. L16. b A sharp or paradoxical contrast m20.

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    The Department of Sociology at Goldsmiths College, University of London, is one of the foremost departments of sociology in the UK. It has a considerable reputation in the fields of social theory, cultural theory and qualitative research as well as in a variety of substantive areas represented in this book. There are twenty-one full-time members of staff in the Department and a large number of visiting tutors. All of the people contributing to this volume are associated with the Department either as staff or as postgraduate students or, in some cases, as both. Although they are all leading research figures within the discipline, this book has been written with generations of students and their needs in mind.

    les back was both an undergraduate and a postgraduate student at Goldsmiths College. He is now Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths College. His most recent major publications are New Ethnicities and Urban Culture (UCL Press 1995), Race, Politics and Social Change (with J. Solomos: Routledge 1995) and Racism and Society (with J. Solomos: Macmillan 1995), and he awaits publication of Racism (with J. Solomos: Routledge). His current research focuses on cultures of racism in football.

    joanne entwistle is currently Senior Lecturer in Communications and Cultural Studies at the University of North London, having completed her doctoral studies in the Department of Sociology, Goldsmiths College. She awaits publication of Fashion, the Body and Identity (Polity) and Fashioning the Career Woman (Berg). Her research interests are fashion, gender and the body.

    paul filmer is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths College. He is co-author of New Directions in Sociological Theory (Collier-Macmillan 1972), Problems of Reflexivity and Dialectics in Sociological Inquiry (Routledge 1974) and Working in Crafts (Crafts Council 1983). He awaits the publication of All Singin', Some Dancin': A Sociological Study of the Musical (with V. Rimmer and D. Walsh: Mellen). His research interests are in art, literature and culture.

    chris jenks is Professor of Sociology and Pro-Warden (Research) at Goldsmiths College. His most recent major publications are Cultural Reproduction (Routledge 1993), Culture (Routledge 1993), Visual Culture (Routledge 1995), Childhood (Routledge 1996) and Theorizing Childhood (with A. James and A. Prout: Polity 1998), and he awaits publication of Subculture: The Fragmentation of the Social (Sage) and Transgressive Culture (with C. Rojek).

    josep r. llobera recently retired from the Department after sixteen years' service and is now Emeritus Reader in Sociology at Goldsmiths College. He has also been awarded the status of Visiting Professor of Anthropology at the University College, London and Visiting Professor at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. His most recent major publication is The God of Modernity: The Development of Nationalism in Modern Europe (Berg 1995).

    jean popeau is a Visiting Tutor in Sociology at Goldsmiths College, where he completed his doctoral studies. His current research interests are in the theory and literature of negritude and the theoretical possibilities of a black aesthetics, and he has publications in these areas.

    clive seale is Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Deputy Head of the Department of Sociology at Goldsmiths College. His most recent major publications include Medical Knowledge: Doubt and Certainty (with A. Pattison: Open University Press 1994), The Year Before Death (with A. Cartright: Avebury 1994), Researching Society and Culture (Sage 1998) and Constructing Death: The Sociology of Dying and Bereavement (Cambridge 1998). His research interests are in the field of death and dying, particularly hospice care and euthanasia.

    david silverman is Professor of Sociology at Goldsmiths College, and the longest serving member of staff in the Department. He achieved early recognition for his work with the publication of The Theory of Organizations (Heinemann 1970) and has continued as a prolific researcher and writer. His most recent major publications include Interpreting Qualitative Data: Methods for Analysing Talk, Text and Interaction (Sage 1993), Organizations in Action (with D. Boden: Sage 1996), Discourses of Counselling: HIV Counselling as Social Interaction and Qualitative Research: Theory, Method and Practice (Sage 1997). His most recent book is Harvey Sacks (Polity 1998).

    don slater is Lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths College. He has recently published Consumer Culture and Modernity (Polity 1997) and he awaits the publication of Markets, Modernity and Social Theory (with Fran Tonkiss: Polity 1998) and The Business of Advertising (with S. Nixon: Arnold). His research interests are theories of consumer culture, the sociology of economic life, information technology and visual culture.

    sue stedman-jones was previously Lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths College, specializing in the philosophy of social science. She is now a freelance researcher and writer living in Paris. She awaits publication of Durkheim Re-considered (Polity).

    helen thomas has made the transition through undergraduate and research postgraduate in the Department to Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Head of the Department of Sociology at Goldsmiths College. Her most recent major publications are Dance, Gender and Culture (Macmillan 1993), Dance, Modernity and Culture: Explorations in the Sociology of Dance (Routledge 1995) and Dance in the City (Macmillan 1997), and she awaits publication of The Body, Dance and Cultural Theory (Macmillan).

    fran tonkiss is Lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths College. She awaits publication of Markets, Modernity and Social Theory (with Don Slater: Polity). Her research interests concern urban issues and the sociology of economic life. She was previously a research postgraduate in the Department.

    david f. walsh is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths College. He is co-author of New Directions in Sociological Theory (Collier-Macmillan 1972) and he awaits publication of All Singin', Some Dancin': A Sociological Study of the Musical (with P. Filmar and V. Rimmer: Mellen). His current research is in the area of popular culture and music theatre.

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