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  • mjrsadrjs

    review Ghostly Matters: Haunting and the Sociological Imagination 103 Ghostly Matters, Haunting and the Sociological ImaginationThis book is SO INTERESTING It's not an easy read unless you're trained in reading academic texts that can be dense It contains some jargon but overall it is an amazing contribution to sociological methodology It is examination into how our disciplinary practices exclude the transformative knowledge especially knowledge generated by women novelists who use hauntingghosts as a trope to investigate that which empiricism cannot readily ascertain It is intersectional in its analysis and also provides insight into how Jung and


  • Ai

    review Ghostly Matters: Haunting and the Sociological Imagination 103 Ghostly Matters, Haunting and the Sociological ImaginationA really moving and important look at haunting as methodology and for exploring haunting as a mode of identifying how systems of power and sociality coexist in the current day I'll note that I read A Glossary of Haunting by Eve Tuck and C Ree before I read this book so my r


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    review Ghostly Matters: Haunting and the Sociological Imagination 103 Ghostly Matters, Haunting and the Sociological ImaginationIt is definitely not an easy read we read it multiple times in my class but the ideas introduced to me in the book made a huge impact on me


  • Wren Romero

    review Ghostly Matters: Haunting and the Sociological Imagination 103 Ghostly Matters, Haunting and the Sociological ImaginationI love this book and am very glad to own it Having it in paperback is especially great


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  • Samira

    review Ghostly Matters: Haunting and the Sociological Imagination 103 Ghostly Matters, Haunting and the Sociological ImaginationGordon's passion for literature goes beyond admiration; she chooses to look closely into two fiction pieces to study our past; ghosts that haunts us And why fiction Any literary piece is part of a larger body of general knowledge and it's as a result of the influences that the authors have had in their lives and the ways they readremember us hence becoming a collective intellect that takes us to where we wereare and might want to go


  • EJ

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  • Sherri Sharoki

    review Ghostly Matters: Haunting and the Sociological Imagination 103 Ghostly Matters, Haunting and the Sociological ImaginationGordon presents an alternative and uniue perspective on other ways of knowing She helps us to understand the limits of traditional disciplines such as sociology and shows us how to go beyond those limits


  • ian mcintosh

    review Ghostly Matters: Haunting and the Sociological Imagination 103 Ghostly Matters, Haunting and the Sociological ImaginationSome real insight here and there amongst the toe curling 1990's postmodern pretentious waffle but mostly a reworking and application of the thought of much better writersthinkers such as Raymond Williams his concept of 'structure of feeling' which she borderline plagiarises says it all much better than Gordo