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Risk, Vulnerability and Everyday Life
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1. Sociology in a World of Risk 2. The History of Risk 3. Risk and Social Theory 4. Risk in Social Context 5. The Danger of Risk 6. Our Futures at Risk

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Iain Wilkinson is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Kent, UK. His publications include Anxiety in a Risk Society (2001) and Suffering: A Sociological Introduction (2004).

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'The modern world is a risky world, whether crossing the street or taking a bath, and people forget the risks in their world at their peril. They should recognize that risk surrounds them and learn how to deal with it. Wilkinson issues a call for both contemplation and action, and sociologists should take note of both. Summing Up: Recommended.' -- Choice, June 2010

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