Part one: Interrogating the classical canon
Masculinity and the social: Towards a politics of interrogation
Sex and the sociological fathers
Part two: Contesting the canon: founders, feminists and excluded voices
Feminizing the citizen: British sociology's sleight of hand?
More sociological than the sociologists? Undisciplined and undisciplinary thinking about society and modernity in the nineteenth century
Illegitimate daughters: The complex relationship between feminism and sociology
Part three: Interrogating modern sociology
Gender and the post structural social
Rethinking the revival of social capital and trust in social theory
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