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by Iain Wilkinson

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ISBN:
0415370809
Author:
Iain Wilkinson
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Routledge; 1 edition (August 20, 2009)
Pages:
136 pages
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Iain Wilkinson is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Kent, UK. His publications include Anxiety in a Risk Society (2001) and Suffering: A Sociological Introduction (2004).

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Risk, vulnerability and everyday life. Beyond the risk society: Critical reflections on risk and human security, 25-42, 2006. A Petersen, I Wilkinson. Health: 19 (2), 113-118, 2015.

Iain Wilkinson outlines contrasting sociological theories of risk, and summarizes some of. .Iain Wilkinson is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Kent, UK.

He also examines some of the moral concerns and political interests that feature in this area of study.

The sociologist Iain Wilkinson’s contribution explores the precise role of ‘the social’ in the construction of fatigue syndromes, and the ways in which embodied experiences of social life may become manifest both in physical symptoms and in theoretical discourses.

Sociology Of EveryDay Life.

Social vulnerability refers to the inability of people, organizations, and societies to withstand adverse impacts from .

Social vulnerability refers to the inability of people, organizations, and societies to withstand adverse impacts from multiple stressors to which they are exposed. These impacts are due in part to characteristics inherent in social interactions, institutions, and systems of cultural values

Health, Risk and Vulnerability investigates the personal and political .

Health, Risk and Vulnerability investigates the personal and political dimensions of health risk that structure everyday thought and action. Iain Wilkinson is a Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Kent where he teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses on the sociology of risk and social theory. He convenes the BSA study group on Risk & Society.

It is now sociological common sense to declare that, in everyday life, large numbers of people approach matters of work, family life, trust and friendship with 'risk' constantly in mind. This book, provides an introductory overview and critical assessment of this phenomenon. Iain Wilkinson outlines contrasting sociological theories of risk, and summarizes some of the principle discoveries of empirical research conducted into the ways people perceive, experience and respond to a world of danger. He also examines some of the moral concerns and political interests that feature in this area of study.

Designed to equip readers not only with the sociological means to debate the human consequences of our contemporary culture of risk, but also, with the critical resources to evaluate the significance this holds for current sociology, this book provides a perfectly pitched undergraduate introduction to the topic.