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Critical Reflections: A Student Journal on Contemporary Sociological Issues
About the Journal
Critical Reflections 2019
Preface and Editorial
Navigating Ourselves Through the White Noise of ‘Risk’
Veganism in a Post Modern Society
Cameras turned inwards: An enquiry into digital identities and the legitimisation of self-surveillance
How does ‘Black Mirror’ represent contemporary aspects of surveillance and the dystopian outcomes it can produce?
Life is a Game: a reflection on self-surveillance and how it is used to create a quantified self
What New Risks Do Women Face in the Information Society?
Do We Ever Stop Working? How Capitalism Compromises Our Work-Leisure Balance
Knowledge Economy for Whom? How the neoliberal knowledge economy creates risk for working class students
From Welfare to Workfare- But is it Really Fair?
Consumerism is Making Us Sick, But That’s Just What Capitalism Wants
Paying the Price for Sexual Gratification
To Deceive and Conquer: How neoliberal UK and USA coercively mobilized the concept of freedom
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