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Book Review: AIDS Doesn’t Show Its Face: Inequality, Morality, and Social Change in Nigeria by Daniel Jordan Smith
Sharon Jackson finds that Daniel Jordan Smith’s AIDS Doesn’t Show Its Face should draw readers from anthropology, sociology, international development, global health, social psychology, cultural studies, human geography and African studies. The book convincingly relates AIDS to broader inequalities and transformations in modern society.
Making excellent use of 23 years of research and experience in Nigeria, in AIDS Doesn’t Show Its Face, Daniel […]
PhD candidate Amena Amer reflects on the implications of Steve Reicher’s Talk in honour of The Department of Social Psychology’s 50th anniversary.
Sindre Olafsrud discusses how to make good use of your DSP degree and succeed in your career.
As LSE’s Department of Social Psychology begins 50th anniversary celebrations, Professor Martin Bauer looks back at the 1960s and the emergence of Social Psychology as an academic department at LSE.
In the early 1960s, LSE was made up of a college of academic staff who contributed to a programme of courses across Economics, Social Administration, Geography, History, International Studies, Language Studies, […]