Jason Hughes (sociologist)
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|Born||Jason Kelly Hughes
|Alma mater||University of Leicester|
|Institutions||University of Leicester|
Jason Kelly Hughes (born 21 October 1973) is currently a professor and Head of the Department of Sociology at University of Leicester. Previously, he worked as a Senior Lecturer at Brunel University in West London.
Hughes' research interests include problematised consumption; drugs, addiction and health; emotions, work and identity; figurational sociology and sociological theory; methods and methodology; moral panics and regulation. His first book, Learning to Smoke was winner of the 2006 Norbert Elias prize, and inspired by the book Why Elephants Don't Smoke. More recently[when?] he has completed, together with Eric Dunning, a major study of the work of Norbert Elias entitled Norbert Elias and Modern Sociology: Knowledge, Interdependence, Power, Process. He has also published a number of edited books, including Visual Methods and Internet Research and co-edited books, including, together with John Goodwin, Documentary and Archival Research together with Chas Critcher, Julian Petley and Amanda Rolloff, Moral Panics in the Contemporary World and, together with Nick Jewson and Lorna Unwin, Communities of Practice: Critical Perspectives
- "Profile page: Professor Jason Hughes". Department of Sociology, University of Leicester.
- "Learning to Smoke". University of Chicago Press. Retrieved 2015-10-19.
- "Brett Bowden wins 2011 Norbert Elias Prize | Norbert Elias Foundation Blog". norberteliasfoundation.nl. Retrieved 2015-10-19.
- "Why don't elephants smoke? : and other burning issues / N.T. Department of Health, Health Education.". Trove. Retrieved 2017-04-03.
- "Norbert Elias and Modern Sociology". Bloomsbury Publishing. Retrieved 2015-10-19.
- "SAGE Visual Methods | SAGE Publications Ltd". uk.sagepub.com. Retrieved 2015-10-19.
- "SAGE Internet Research Methods | SAGE Publications Ltd". uk.sagepub.com. Retrieved 2015-10-19.
- (Sage, 2014)
- (Bloomsbury, 2013)
- (Routledge, 2007)