Re-Read ‘Education and the Working Class’ (and other Classics)

    C Wright Mills suggested that to avoid the ‘academic pose’ sociologists needed to get rid of the ‘academic prose’. Mills was an ardent advocate of clarity in writing and warned against the obfuscation of both grand theory and abstract empiricism. Mills sought criticism for his work with a view to making his writingContinue reading “Re-Read ‘Education and the Working Class’ (and other Classics)”