Resources: Pop Sociology.. or the sociology of pop music

Jim Simpson

Jim Simpson

Jim is a consultant, researcher, coach and developer.

Pop music tells us some things about shifts in our social world.

It has moved from only celebrating romantic love to broader social themes and personal strife, alongside the diet of getting loved up!  Click on this: Pop Sociology for a fun little section from my book.

Order or browse Back for the Future: Sociological Theory and Today’s Big Issues” at Lulu bookshop

“…an original project and it is certainly very well written” Catharine Gray, Senior Editor, Sociology, Routledge.

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