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John Urry, Mobilities,

Alex Ferentzy1
30 Mar 2009-Canadian Journal of Sociology (University of Alberta Libraries)-Vol. 34, Iss: 1, pp 188-190
About: This article is published in Canadian Journal of Sociology.The article was published on 2009-03-30 and is currently open access. It has received 1 citations till now. The article focuses on the topics: Mobilities.

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03 May 2020
TL;DR: In an essay published in 2006 in Environment and Planning A and in 2016 in this journal, Mimi Sheller and John Urry have made the case for the emergence of a new social...
Abstract: In an essay published in 2006 in Environment and Planning A and in a second essay published in 2016 in this journal, Mimi Sheller and John Urry have made the case for the emergence of a new social ...

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Cites background from "John Urry, Mobilities,"

  • ...Bryan Turner (2006, 2007, 2010) has questioned the primacy accorded to mobility in Urry’s work; Cresswell (2010, 18; see also Merriman 2007, 5) has taken issue with the adjective “new”, arguing that “movements of one kind or another have been at the heart of all kinds of social science. . . since their inception”; others have questioned the description of mobilities research as a “paradigm” (see De Coninck 2007; Ferentzy 2009; McAllister 2011; Bogard 2009; see also Caletrío 2016)....

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  • ...…arguing that “movements of one kind or another have been at the heart of all kinds of social science. . . since their inception”; others have questioned the description of mobilities research as a “paradigm” (see De Coninck 2007; Ferentzy 2009; McAllister 2011; Bogard 2009; see also Caletrío 2016)....

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  • ...…lack of theoretical effort on the part of Sheller and Urry, or by anyone else, but that the miscellaneous assortment of literature, research centers, graduate programs and so forth that Sheller and Urry have listed (see Ferentzy 2009, 189) in their two texts, and elsewhere, do not a paradigm make....

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