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SABÍA QUE NO SABÍA! (I Knew I Didn't Know)

Written by Jaime Llambías-Wolff and Juan Carlos Aguirre

Analyzing is not easy, asking questions even less. These lines are reflections on contemporary social phenomena, amalgamated with their own experiences, since life is what we are and our circumstances. We have considered the sociological imagination to reflect on the work, the directions of society, the phenomena of identity, culture, human relations, the questions of development, progress and modernity and some perceptions of experiences in other latitudes, such as Africa, Asia and America. The chronicles correspond, as luminaries, to the contemporary sociocultural world. It is something like the work of a 'public intellectual', who tries to share with ideas, questions or reflections, and with the evidence of 'knowing that he did not know'.

Read the YFile article "York Professor Emeritus Jaime Llambias-Wolff earns recognition for new book" (May 27, 2021).

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Media and Global Climate Knowledge: Journalism and the IPCC

Matthew Tegelberg
2017

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Refugees in Extended Exile: Living on the Edge

Jennifer Hyndman
2017

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Contemporary Slavery Popular Rhetoric and Political Practice

Annie Bunting
2017

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Megacity Malaise: Neoliberalism, Public Services and Labour in Toronto

Carlo Fanelli
2016

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Southern Mercy: Empire and American Civilization in Juvenile Reform, 1890-1944

Annette Louise Bickford
2016

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Politicized Microfinance: Money, Power, and Violence in the Black Americas

Caroline Shenaz Hossein
2016

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Protest and Mass Mobilization: Authoritarian Collapse and Political Change in North Africa

Merouan Mekouar
2016

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Chokepoints: Global Private Regulation on the Internet

Natasha Tusikov
2016

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Debating Hate Crime: Language, Legislatures, and the Law in Canada

Allyson M. Lunny
2016

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