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Bennett, Tony; Savage, Mike; Silva, Elizabeth; Warde, Alan; Gayo-Cal, Modesto and Wright, David (2005). Cultural capital and the cultural field in contemporary Britain. CRESC Working Papers (3). Milton Keynes, UK: CRESC (Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change).

Bennett, Tony; Savage, Mike; Silva, Elizabeth; Warde, Alan; Gayo-Cal, Modesto and Wright, David (2009). Culture, Class, Distinction. CRESC: Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change. London: Routledge.

Carter, Simon (2007). Rise and Shine: Sunlight, Technology and Health. Oxford, UK: Berg Publishers Ltd.

Erel, Umut (2009). Migrant women transforming citizenship. Studies in Migration and Diaspora. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Finnegan, Ruth (2007). The oral and beyond: doing things with words in Africa. Oxford / Chicago: James Currey / University of Chicago Press.

Finnegan, Ruth (2007). The Hidden Musicians: Music-Making in an English Town (2nd ed.). Music/Culture series. Middletown, CT, USA: Wesleyan University Press.

Finnegan, Ruth (2011). Why do we quote? the culture and history of quotation. Cambridge, U.K.: Open Book Publishers.

Finnegan, Ruth (2012). Oral literature in Africa (rev.ed.). World Oral Literature series, 1. Cambridge: Open Book.

Hinchliffe, Steve; Bingham, Nick; Allen, John and Carter, Simon (2016). Pathological Lives: Disease, Space and Biopolitics. RGS-IBG Book Series. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons.

Horne, John; Tomlinson, Alan; Whannel, Garry and Woodward, Kath (2012). Understanding Sport. Culture Economy and the Social. London: Routledge.

Law, John (2002). Aircraft Stories: Decentering the Object in Technoscience. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press.

McFall, Liz (2004). Advertising: A cultural economy. Culture, Representation, and Identities. UK: Sage Publications.

Silva, Elizabeth (2010). Technology, Culture, Family: Influences on Home Life. Studies in Family and Intimate Life. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Umney, Darren and Magee, Johnny (1995). On Dog Hair and Sand: Portrait of South Yorkshire Police. Manchester: Cornerhouse.

Watson, Sophie and Studdert, David (2006). Markets as sites for social interaction : spaces of diversity. Bristol: Policy Press.

Woodward, Kath (2003). Understanding Identity. London, UK: Hodder Arnold.

Woodward, Kath (2012). Planet Sport. Shortcuts. London, UK: Routledge.

Woodward, Kath (2012). Sex, Power and the Games. Genders and Sexualities in the Social Sciences. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

Woodward, Kath (2011). The Short Guide to Gender. Short Guides. Bristol: The Policy Press.

Woodward, Kath (2012). Sporting Times. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Woodward, Kath (2014). Globalizing Boxing. Globalizing Sports Studies. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Woodward, Kath (2015). The Politics of In/visibility: Being There. Genders and Sexualities in the Social Sciences. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

Woodward, Kath and Woodward, Sophie (2009). Why Feminism Matters: Feminism Lost and Found. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

Woodward, Kath and Woodward, Sophie (2019). Birth and Death: Experience, Ethics, Politics. London: Routledge.

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Bridge, Gary and Watson, Sophie eds. (2002). Blackwell Reader on the City. Blackwell Readers in Geography. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.

Carter, Simon; Jordan, Tim and Watson, Sophie eds. (2008). Security: Sociology and social worlds. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Cochoy, Franck; Deville, Joe and McFall, Liz eds. (2017). Markets and the Arts of Attachment. CRESC: Culture, Economy and the Social. Abingdon: Routledge.

Finnegan, Ruth ed. (2013). Beyond the walls: Researchers Outside the University. Callender Academic. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

Finnegan, Ruth ed. (2013). Short Story Writing. Callender Press.

Gillespie, Marie and Toynbee, Jason eds. (2006). Analysing Media Texts. Understanding Media, 4. Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Harvey, Penelope; Casella, Eleanor; Evans, Gillian; Knox, Hannah; McLean, Christine; Silva, Elizabeth; Thoburn, Nick and Woodward, Kath eds. (2013). Objects and Materials: A Routledge Companion. London: Routledge.

Ismailov, Hamid; Gillespie, Marie and Aslanyan, Anna eds. (2012). Tales From Bush House. London: Hertfordshire Press.

Jordan, Tim; McClure, Brigid and Woodward, Kath eds. (2017). Culture, Identity and Intense Performativity. Being in the Zone. Innovations in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Creative Arts, 4. London: Routledge.

Kirkup, Gill; Woodward, Kath; Janes, Linda and Hovenden, Fiona eds. (1999). The Gendered Cyborg: A reader. London: Routledge.

McFall, Liz; Du Gay, Paul and Carter, Simon eds. (2008). Conduct: Sociology and social worlds. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Mcsorley, Kevin ed. (2015). War and the Body: Militarisation, Practice and Experience. War, Politics and Experience. Abingdon: Routledge.

Redman, Peter ed. (2008). Attachment: Sociology and social worlds. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Ryan, Louise; Erel, Umut and D'Angelo, Alessio eds. (2015). Migrant Capital: Networks, Identities and Strategies. Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

Silva, Elizabeth and Bennett, Tony eds. (2004). Contemporary Culture and Everyday Life. Durham, UK: Sociologypress.

Silva, Elizabeth and Warde, Alan eds. (2010). Cultural analysis and Bourdieu’s legacy : settling accounts and developing alternatives. Culture, Economy and the Social. London: Routledge.

Skuse, Andrew; Gillespie, Marie and Power, Gerry eds. (2011). Drama for Development: Cultural Translation and Social Change. Sage.

Watson, Sophie ed. (2019). Spatial Justice in the City. Space, Materiality and the Normative. Abingdon: Routledge.

Watson, Sophie and Bridge, Gary eds. (2010). The Blackwell City Reader (2nd ed.). Oxford: Blackwell.

Watson, Sophie and Bridge, Gary eds. (2011). The New Blackwell Companion to the City. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.

Law, John and Mol, Annemarie eds. (2002). Complexities: Social Studies of Knowledge Practices. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pp. 116–141.

Silva, Elizabeth B. ed. (2002). Monsters and Morals. Soundings, Themed Spe (21). London: Lawrence and Whishart.

Bennett, Tony; Silva, Elizabeth B. and Selwood, Sara eds. (2006). Cultural Trends: Culture, Taste and Social Divisions in Contemporary Britain. Cultural Trends, 15 (2/3). London: Routledge.

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Bennett, Tony and Silva, Elizabeth (2004). Everyday life and contemporary culture. In: Silva, Elizabeth and Bennett, Tony eds. Contemporary Culture and Everyday Life. Durham, UK: Routledge, pp. 1–20.

Bridge, Gary and Watson, Sophie (2011). Reflections on mobilities. In: Bridge, Gary and Watson, Sophie eds. The New Blackwell Companion to the City. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, pp. 157–169.

Bridge, Gary and Watson, Sophie (2011). Reflections on affect. In: Bridge, Gary and Watson, Sophie eds. The New Blackwell Companion to the City. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 277–287.

Carter, Simon (2012). Leagues of sunshine: sunlight, health and the environment. In: Gorsky, Martin and Berridge, Virgina eds. Environment Health and History. London: Palgrave, pp. 94–112.

Carter, Simon and Davey Smith, George (2008). Health and security. In: Carter, Simon; Jordan, Timothy and Watson, Sophie eds. Security: Sociology and social worlds. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, pp. 145–178.

Carter, Simon and Michael, Mike (2003). Here comes the sun: shedding light on the cultural body. In: Thomas, Helen and Ahmed, Jamilah eds. Cultural bodies: ethnography and theory. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, pp. 260–282.

Chatterje-Doody, Precious N. and Crilley, Rhys (2019). Populism and Contemporary Global Media: Populist Communication Logics and the Co-construction of Transnational Identities. In: Stengel, Frank A.; MacDonald, David B. and Nabers, Dirk eds. Populism and World Politics: Exploring Inter- and Transnational Dimensions. Global Political Sociology. Springer Nature Switzerland, pp. 73–99.

Clark, Lynn Schofield and Gillespie, Marie (2018). Globalization and the Mediatization of Religion: From Scandinavia to the World. In: Lundby, Knut ed. Contesting Religion: The Media Dynamics of Cultural Conflicts in Scandinavia. Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 315–332.

Cole, Matthew and Stewart, Kate (2016). “I Need Fish Fingers and Custard”: The Irruption and Suppression of Vegan Ethics in Doctor Who. In: Potts, Annie ed. Meat Culture. Human-Animal Studies (17). Leiden: Brill, pp. 198–221.

Dodsworth, Francis; Vacchelli, Elena and Watson, Sophie (2015). City. In: Brent Plate, S. ed. Key Terms in Material Religion. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 41–48.

Dodsworth, Francis and Watson, Sophie (2018). Coping with change: community, environment, and engagement in a London Buddhist Community. In: Dodsworth, Francis and Walford, Antonia eds. A World Laid Waste? Responding to the Social, Cultural and Political Consequences of Globalisation. Culture, Economy and the Social. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 88–108.

Erel, U. (2011). Migrant Mothers Transmitting and Transforming Ethnic Identities. In: Bertram, Hans and Ehlert, Nancy eds. Familie, Bindung und Care. Budrich, pp. 321–328.

Erel, Umut (2004). Die Kraft der Schwachen? Soziales Kapital und Migration. In: Castro del Mar, Maria and Clayton, Dmitria eds. Migration, Gender, Arbeitsmarkt. Neue Beiträge zu Frauen und Globalisierung Konigsstein. Sulzbach/Taunus: Ulrike Helmer Verlag, pp. 154–185.

Erel, Umut (2010). Migrant women challenging stereotypical views on femininities and family. In: Gill, Ros and Scharff, Christina eds. New Femininities: Postfeminism, Neoliberalism and Subjectivity. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Erel, Umut (2007). Transnationale Migration, intime Beziehungen und BürgerInnenrechte. In: Hartmann, Jutta; Klesse, Christian; Wagenknecht, Peter; Fritzsche, Bettina and Hackmann, Kristina eds. Heteronormativität. Empirische Studien zu Geschlecht, Sexualität und Macht - eine Einführung. Vs Verlag, pp. 251–267.

Erel, Umut (2013). 'Troubling' or 'ordinary'? Children's views on migration and intergenerational ethnic identities. In: Ribbens McCarthy, Jane; Hooper, Carol-Ann and Gillies, Val eds. Family Troubles? Exploring Changes and Challenges in the Family Lives of Children and Young People. Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 199–208.

Erel, Umut (2004). Geschlecht, migration und bürgerschaft (Gender, migration and citizenship). In: Roß, Bettina ed. Migration, Geschlecht und Staatsbuergerschaft: Perspektiven für eine antirassistische und feministische Politik und Politikwissenschaft (Migration, Gender and citizenship: Prospects for an anti-racist and feminist politics and political science). Politik und Geschlecht (16). Wiesbaden, Germany: VS Verlag/GWV Fachverlage GmbH (Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften), pp. 179–188.

Erel, Umut (2015). Thinking migrant capitals intersectionally: using a biographical approach. In: Ryan, Louise; Erel, Umut and D'Angelo, Alessio eds. Migrant Capital Networks, Identities and Strategies. Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship. Houndmills: Palgrave, pp. 18–32.

Erel, Umut (2004). Paradigmen Kultureller Differenz und Hybriditaet. In: Sökefeld, Martin ed. Jenseits des Paradigmas kultureller Differenz: Neue Perspektiven auf Einwanderer aus der Türkei. Kultur und soziale praxis. Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript Verlag, pp. 35–51.

Erel, Umut (2004). Migrantinnen zwischen Anerkennung und Abqualifikation (Migrant Women between Recognition and De-skilling). In: Steyerl, Hito and Gutiérrez Rodríguez, Encarnación eds. Spricht die Subalterne deutsch? Migration und postkoloniale Kritik (Does the subaltern speak German? Migration and postcolonial criticism). Münster, Germany: Unrast Verlag, pp. 108–128.

Erel, Umut; Haritaworn, Jin; Rodríguez, Encarnación Gutiérrez and Klesse, Christian (2008). On the depoliticisation of intersectionality talk: Conceptualising multiple oppressions in critical sexuality studies. In: Kuntsman, Adi and Esperanza, Miyake eds. Out of place: Interrogating silences in queerness/raciality. New York: Raw Nerve Book, pp. 265–292.

Erel, Umut; Haritaworn, Jin; Rodríguez, Encarnación Gutiérrez and Klesse, Christian (2010). On the depoliticisation of intersectionality talk: conceptualising multiple oppressions in critical sexuality studies. In: Taylor, Yvette; Hines, Sally and Casey, Mark E. eds. Theorizing Intersectionality and Sexuality. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 56–77.

Erel, Umut; Haritaworn, Jinthana; Rodríguez, Encarnación Gutiérrez and Klesse, Christian (2007). Intersektionalität oder Simultaneität?! - Zur Verschränkung und Gleichzeitigkeit mehrfacher Machtverhältnisse - Eine Einführung. In: Hartmann, Jutta; Klesse, Christian; Wagenknecht, Peter; Fritzsche, Bettina and Hackmann, Kristina eds. Heteronormativität. Empirische Studien zu Geschlecht, Sexualität und Macht - eine Einführung. Vs Verlag, pp. 239–250.

Erel, Umut; Kaptani, Erene; O'Neill, Maggie and Reynolds, Tracey Ann Reynolds (2020). Migrants Performing Citizenship: Participatory Theatre and Walking Methods for Research. In: Czajka, Agnes and O'Brian, Aine eds. Art, Migration and the Production of Radical Democratic Citizenship. London: Rowman and Littlefield International, (In Press).

Evans, Jessica (2005). Against decorum! Jo Spence, a voice on the margins. In: ed. Jo Spence: beyond the perfect image. Photography, subjectivity, antagonism. Barcelona, Spain: Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona.

Evans, Jessica (2002). Making up disabled people: charity, visibility and the body. In: Briggs, Adam and Cobley, Paul eds. The Media: An Introduction (2nd ed). Harlow: Pearson, pp. 383–400.

Evans, Jessica (1990). A feminist interest in the mind/body problem. In: Camerawork ed. Silent Health: Women, Health and Representation. London: Camerawork, pp. 11–16.

Evans, Jessica (2000). Photography. In: Carson, Fiona and Pajaczkowska, Claire eds. Feminist Visual Culture. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 105–120.

Evans, Jessica (2009). 'As if' intimacy? Mediated persona, politics and gender. In: Day-Schlater, Shelley; Jones W., David; Price, Heather and Yates, Candida eds. Emotion: New Psychosocial Perspectives, Volume 1. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 72–84.

Evans, Jessica (2009). Cathected Identities: Governance and Community activism. In: Elliott, Anthony and du Gay, Paul eds. Identity in Question, Volume 1. London: Sage, pp. 170–197.

Evans, Jessica (1997). Introduction. In: Evans, Jessica ed. The Camerawork Essays: Context and Meaning in Photography. London: Rivers Oram Press, pp. 11–35.

Evans, Jessica (1992). Little Stephen: infantilism, projection and naturalism in the construction of mental disablement. In: Hevey, David ed. The Creatures Time Forgot: Photography and Disability Imagery. London: Routledge, pp. 134–141.

Evans, Jessica (1994). Victor Burgin's Polysemic Dreamcoat. In: Roberts, John ed. Art Has No History! The Making and Unmaking of Modern Art. London: Verso, pp. 200–229.

Evans, Jessica (1998). In de geest van liefdadigheid? Fotografie en verstandelijk gehandicapten. In: ter Haar, Jan Albert Art and Flikweert, Daan A eds. Beelden en beeldvorming:mensen met een verstandelijke handicap in fotografie, film en reclame. Houten: Bohn Stafleu Van Loghum, pp. 32–40.

Evans, Jessica (2017). Stuart Hall. In: Turner, Bryan S.; Kyung-Sup, Chang; Epstein, Cynthia P.; Kivisto, Peter; Ryan, J. Michael and Outhwaite, William eds. The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Evans, Jessica (2017). Celebrity Society. In: Turner, Bryan, S.; Kyung-Sup, Chang; Epstein, Cynthia P.; Kivisto, Peter; Ryan, J. Michael and Outhwaite, William eds. The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Finnegan, Ruth (2003). Music, experience and the anthropology of emotion. In: Clayton, Martin; Herbert, Trevor and Middleton, Richard eds. The cultural study of music: a critical introduction. New York, USA: Routledge, pp. 181–192.

Finnegan, Ruth (2010). '¿Por qué estudiar la música? Relexiones de una antropóloga desde el campo' [Why study music? an anthropologist's reflections from the field]. In: Cruces, Francisco Villalobos and Galán, Beatriz Pérez eds. Textos de Antropología Contemporánea. Madrid: Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, 203 -229.

Finnegan, Ruth (2005). Introduction: looking beyond the walls. In: Finnegan, Ruth ed. Participating in the knowledge society: researchers beyond the university walls. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan, pp. 1–19.

Finnegan, Ruth (2006). It’s not just the words … : the arts and action of performance. In: Goodman, Sharon and O’Halloran, Kieron eds. The Art of English: Literary Creativity. Basingstoke, Hants, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 183–194.

Finnegan, Ruth (2011). Oral composition. In: Hogan, Patrick ed. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 570–572.

Finnegan, Ruth (2003). Where is the meaning? The complexities of oral poetry and beyond. In: Jannidis, Fortis; Lauer, Gerhard; Martinez, Matias and Winko, Simone eds. Regeln der Bedeutung. Zur Theorie der Bedeutung literarischer Texte. Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, pp. 384–400.

Finnegan, Ruth (2002). Epilogue: ways back and forward. In: Kaschula, Russell H. ed. African oral literature: Functions in contemporary contexts. Claremont, South Africa: New Africa Books, pp. 274–285.

Finnegan, Ruth (2001). 'Not the message': media, meanings and magicality. In: Knoblauch, Hubert and Kotthoff, Helga eds. Verbal Art across Cultures: The Aesthetics and Proto-Aesthetics of Communication. Tuebingen: Gunter Narr, pp. 33–61.

Finnegan, Ruth (2008). O que vem primeiro: o texto, a música ou a performance? [Which comes first: the words, the music or the performance?]. In: Neiva de Matos, Cláudia; Travassos, Elizabeth and da Teixeira de Medeiros, Fernanda eds. Palavra cantada: ensaios sobre poesia, música e voz [Word Cantada: Essays on poetry, music and voice]. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: 7 Letras, pp. 15–45.

Finnegan, Ruth (2006). Not by words alone: reclothing the 'oral'. In: Olson, David R. and Cole, Michael eds. Technology, literacy and the evolution of society: Implications of the work of Jack Goody. Mahwah NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 265–287.

Finnegan, Ruth (2006). Family myths, memories and interviewing. In: Perks, Robert and Thomson, Alistair eds. The Oral History Reader (2nd revised edition). London, UK: Routledge, pp. 177–183.

Finnegan, Ruth (2018). The Real Realization of Music-Ritual: Local, Not-Local, and Localized. In: Reily, Suzel A. and Brucher, Katherine eds. The Routledge Companion to the Study of Local Musicking. New York: Routledge, pp. 487–498.

Finnegan, Ruth (2011). Creativity looks at language. In: Swann, Joan; Pope, Rob and Carter, Ronald eds. Creativity in Language and Literature: The State of the Art. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 323–333.

Finnegan, Ruth (2011). What migrates and who does it? A mini case study from Fiji. In: Toynbee, Jason and Dueck, Byron eds. Migrating music. CRESC. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 135–149.

Gillespie, Marie (2006). “L’umorismo reconquistato”: la comedia televisiva anglo-asiatica. In: Bodo, Simona and Cifarelli, Maria eds. Quando la Cultura fa la Differenza: Patrimonia, Arti e Media nella Sociata Multiculturale. Rome: Meltemi, pp. 156–175.

Gillespie, Marie (2018). Refugee Waste: Death, Survival and Solidarity in Lesvos. In: Dodsworth,, Francis and Walford, Antonia eds. A World Laid Waste? Responding to the Social, Cultural and Political Consequences of Globalisation. Culture, Economy and the Scoial (CRESC). Routledge, pp. 147–170.

Gillespie, Marie (2010). Diasporic creativity: refugee intellectuals, exiled poets and corporate cosmpolitanism at the BBC World Service. In: Knott, K. and McLoughlin, S. eds. Diasporas: Concepts, Intersections, Identities. London: Zed Books, pp. 236–243.

Gillespie, Marie (2003). From Comic Asians to Asian Comics: 'Goodness Gracious Me', British Television Comedy and representations of Ethnicity. In: Scriven, Michael and Roberts, Emily eds. Group Identities on French and British Television. Oxford, UK: Berghahn Books, pp. 93–107.

Gillespie, Marie (2011). Our ground zeros: diaspora, media, memory. In: Zelizer, Barbie and Allan, Stuart eds. Journalism After September 11 (2nd ed). Communications and Society. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 2252–271.

Gillespie, Marie; Abdel Sattar, Nesrine and Lami, Mina (2017). Social media and political participation: BBC World Service and the Arabic Spring. In: Manning, Nathan ed. Political (Dis)Engagement: The Changing Nature of the 'Political'. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 77–104.

Gillespie, Marie and McLaughlin, Eugene (2005). Consuming Crime and Avoiding Punishment: Media Influence in the Shaping of Public Perceptions of Crime and Sentencing. In: Emsley, Clive ed. The Persistent Prison: Problems, Images and Alternatives. London, UK: Francis Bootle Publications, pp. 113–143.

Gillespie, Marie and Nieto McAvoy, Eva (2016). Digital networks and Transformations in the International News Ecology: A Critique of Agent-centred Approaches to Soft Power. In: Chitty, Naren; Ji, Li; Rawnsley,, Gary D. and Hayden, Craig eds. The Routledge Handbook of Soft Power. Routledge, pp. 203–219.

Gillespie, Marie and Nieto McAvoy, Eva (2018). The BBC’s Corporate Cosmopolitanism: The Diasporic Voice Between Empire and Cold War. In: Gusejnova, Dina ed. Cosmopolitanism in Conflict: Imperial Encounters from the Seven Years' War to the Cold War. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 179–209.

Gillespie, Marie and O'Loughlin, Ben (2009). Precarious citizenship: multiculturalism, media and social insecurity. In: Noxolo, Pat and Huysmans, Jef eds. Community, Citizenship and the War on Terror: Security and Insecurity. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 89–112.

Gillespie, Marie and Webb, Alban (2012). Corporate cosmopolitanism: diasporas and diplomacy at the BBC World Service, 1932-2012. In: Gillespie, Marie and Webb, Alban eds. Diasporas and Diplomacy: Cosmopolitanism Contact Zones at the BBC World Service (1932-2012). CRESC. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 1–20.

Law, J. (2008). And if the global were small and non-coherent? Method, complexity and the baroque. In: Hillier, Jean and Healey, Patsy eds. Contemporary Movements in Planning Theory: Critical Essays in Planning Theory: Volume 3, Volume 3. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 487–500.

Law, John (2010). The Greer-Bush test: on politics in STS. In: Akrich, Madeleine; Barthe, Yannick; Muniesa, Fabian and Mustar, Phillippe eds. Débordements: Mélanges offerts à Michel Callon. Paris: Ecole des Mines, pp. 296–281.

Law, John (2001). Maskinelle Lyster og Interpellasjoner. In: Asdal, Kristin; Brenna, Brita and Moser, Ingunn eds. Teknovitenskapelige Kulturer. Oslo: Spartacus, pp. 225–249.

Law, John (2011). Pinnwänder und Bücher. In: Balke, Friedrich; Muhle, Maria and von Schoning, Antonia eds. Die Wiederkehr der Dinge. Berlin: Kulturverlag Kadmos, pp. 21–45.

Law, John (2006). Technik und heterogenes Engineering: der Fall der portugiesischen Expansion. In: Belliger, Andréa and Krieger, David J. eds. ANThology: ein einfürendes Handbuch zur Akteur-Netzwerk-Theorie. Berlin: transcript Verlag, pp. 213–236.

Law, John (2006). Monster, Maschinen und soziotechnische Beziehungen. In: Belliger, Andréa and Krieger, David J. eds. ANThology: ein einfürendes Handbuch zur Akteur-Netzwerk-Theorie. Berlin: transcript Verlag, pp. 343–368.

Law, John (2006). Notizen zur Akteur-Netzwerk-Theorie: Ordnung, Strategie und Heterogenität. In: Belliger, Andréa and Krieger, David J. eds. ANThology: Ein einfürendes Handbuch zur Akteur-Netzwerk-Theorie. Berlin: transcript Verlag, pp. 429–446.

Law, John (2006). Disaster in agriculture: or foot and mouth mobilities. In: Červinková, Alice and Šaldová, Kateřina eds. Science Studies Opens the Black Box: Spring School of Science Studies Proceedings. Prague: Institute of Sociology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, pp. 65–83.

Law, John (2011). Akteur-Netzwerk-Theorie und materiale Semiotik. In: Conradi, Tobias; Derwanz, Heike and Muhle, Florian eds. Strukturentstehung durch Verflechtung: Akteur-Netzwerk-Theorie(n) und Automatismen. Paderborn: Fink Verlag, pp. 21–49.

Law, John (2011). Collateral realities. In: Dominguez Rubio, Fernando and Baert, Patrick eds. The Politics of Knowledge. London: Routledge, pp. 156–178.

Law, John (2002). Economics as interference. In: Du Gay, Paul and Pryke, Michael eds. Cultural Economy: Cultural Analysis and Commercial Life. London and Beverly Hills: Sage, pp. 23–40.

Law, John (2010). The materials of STS. In: Hicks, Dan and Beaudry, Mary eds. The Oxford Handbook of Material Cultural Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 171–186.

Law, John (2007). Pinboards and books: Learning, materiality and juxtaposition. In: Kritt, David and Winegar, Lucien T. eds. Education and Technology: Critical Perspectives, Possible Futures. Lanham, Maryland. Lexington Books, pp. 125–150.

Law, John (2002). On hidden heterogeneities: complexity, formalism and aircraft design. In: Law, John and Mol, Annemarie eds. Complexities: Social Studies of Knowledge Practices. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pp. 116–141.

Law, John (2010). Care and killing: tensions in veterinary practice. In: Mol, Annemarie; Moser, Ingunn and Pols, Jeannette eds. Care in Practice: On Tinkering in Clinics, Homes and Farms. Bielefeld: Transcript, pp. 57–69.

Law, John (2008). Practising nature and culture: An essay for Ted Benton. In: Moog, Sandra and Shields, Rob eds. Nature, Social Relations and Human Needs: Essays in Honour of Ted Benton. London: Palgrave, pp. 65–82.

Law, John (2007). Making a mess with method. In: Outhwaite, William and Turner, Stephen P. eds. The Sage Handbook of Social Science Methodology. London: Sage, pp. 595–606.

Law, John (2012). Reality failures. In: Passoth, Jan-Hendrik; Peuker, Birgit and Schillmeier, Michael eds. Agency without Actors? New Approaches to Collective Action. Routledge Advances in Sociology (58). Abingdon and New York: Routledge, pp. 146–160.

Law, John (2006). Networks, relations, cyborgs: on the social study of technology. In: Read, Stephen and Pinilla, Camilo eds. Visualizing the Invisible: Towards an Urban Space. Spacelab, 1. Amsterdam: Techne Press, pp. 84–97.

Law, John (2008). Actor-network theory and material semiotics. In: Turner, Bryan S. ed. The New Blackwell Companion to Social Theory, 3rd Edition. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 141–158.

Law, John and Callon, Michel (2006). Leben und Sterben eines Flugzeugs: ein Netzwerkanalyse technischen Wandels. In: Belliger, Andréa and Krieger, David J. eds. ANThology: ein einführendes Handbuch zur Akteur-Netzwerk-Theorie. Berlin: transcript Verlag, pp. 447–482.

Law, John and Hetherington, Kevin (2000). Materialities, spatialities, globalities. In: Bryson, John; Daniels, Peter; Henry, Nick and Pollard, Jane eds. Knowledge, Space, Economy. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 34–49.

Law, John and Mol, Annemarie (2008). The actor-enacted: Cumbrian sheep in 2001. In: Knappett, Carl and Malafouris, Lambros eds. Material Agency: Towards a Non-Anthropocentric Approach. Dusseldorf: Springer, pp. 57–78.

Law, John and Mol, Annemarie (2002). Local entanglements or utopian moves: an inquiry into train accidents. In: Parker, Martin ed. Utopia and Organization. Sociological Review Monograph Series. Oxford: Blackwell Publising, pp. 82–105.

Law, John and Moser, Ingunn (2007). Good passages, bad passages. In: Asdal, Kristin; Brenna, Brita and Moser, Ingunn eds. Technoscientific cultures: The Politics of Interventions. Oslo: Abstrakt Forlag, pp. 157–178.

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O'Loughlin, Ben and Gillespie, Marie (2012). Dissenting citizenship? Young people and political participation in the media-security nexus. Parliamentary Affairs, 65(1) pp. 115–137.

Perriam, Jessamy (2017). Ethnography, Objects and Reflexivity: A Case Study of the Selfie Stick. Ethnographies of Objects in Science and Technology Studies, 1 pp. 19–25.

Pinho, Patricia de Santana and Silva, Elizabeth B. (2010). Domestic relations in Brazil: legacies and horizons. Latin American Research Review, 45(2) pp. 90–113.

Połońska-Kimunguyi, Eva and Gillespie, Marie (2016). European international broadcasting and Islamist terrorism in Africa: The case of Boko Haram on France 24 and Deutsche Welle. International Communication Gazette, 79(3) pp. 245–275.

Raine, Rosalind; Sanderson, Colin; Hutchings, Andrew; Carter, Simon; Larkin, Kirsten and Black, Nick (2004). An experimental study of determinants of group judgments in clinical guideline development. The Lancet, 364(9432) pp. 429–437.

Redman, Peter; Bereswill, Mechthild and Morgenroth, Christine (2010). Special issue on Alfred Lorenzer: Introduction. Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society, 15(3) pp. 213–220.

Redman, Peter; Epstein, Debbie; Kehily, Mary Jane and Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin (2002). Boys Bonding: same-sex friendship, the unconscious and heterosexual masculinities. Discourse, 23(2) pp. 179–191.

Redman, Peter and Walsh, Julie (2019). Introduction to the special issue on psychoanalysis and sociology. Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society, 24(4) pp. 385–395.

Redman, Peter and Walsh, Julie (2019). Introduction to the Special Issue on ‘sociology and psychoanalysis'. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society (Early Access).

Relton, Clare; Strong, Mark; Thomas, Kate J.; Whelan, Barbara; Walters, Stephen J.; Burrows, Julia; Scott, Elaine; Viksveen, Petter; Johnson, Maxine; Baston, Helen; Fox-Rushby, Julia; Anokye, Nana; Umney, Darren and Renfrew, Mary J. (2018). Effect of Financial Incentives on Breastfeeding: A Cluster Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Pediatrics, 172(2), article no. e174523.

Relton, Clare; Umney, Darren; Strong, Mark; Thomas, Kate and Renfrew, Mary J. (2017). Challenging social norms: discourse analysis of a research project aiming to use financial incentives to change breastfeeding behaviours. The Lancet, 390(3), article no. S75.

Reynolds, Tracey and Erel, Umut (2018). Migrant mothers: Kin work and cultural work in making future citizens. Families, Relationships and Societies, 7(3) pp. 357–363.

Reynolds, Tracey; Erel, Umut and Kaptani, Erene (2018). Migrant mothers: Performing kin work and belonging across private and public boundaries. Families, Relationships and Societies, 7(3) pp. 365–382.

Saunders, Robert A. and Crilley, Rhys (2019). Pissing On the Past: The Highland Clearances, Effigial Resistance and the Everyday Politics of the Urinal. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 47(3) pp. 444–469.

Savage, Mike and Silva, Elizabeth (2013). Field analysis in cultural sociology: some critical reflections. Cultural Sociology, 7(2) pp. 111–126.

Silva, Elizabeth (2008). Cultural capital and visual art in the contemporary UK. Cultural Trends, 17(4) pp. 267–287.

Silva, Elizabeth and Wright, David (2009). Display, desire and distinction in housing. Cultural Sociology, 3(1) pp. 31–50.

Silva, Elizabeth B. (2005). Gender, home and family in cultural capital theory. British Journal of Sociology, 56(1) pp. 83–103.

Silva, Elizabeth B. (2002). Time and emotion in studies of household technologies. Work, Employment and Society, 16(2) pp. 329–340.

Silva, Elizabeth B. (2007). What's [Yet] to Be Seen? Re-Using Qualitative Data. Sociological Research Online, 12(3)

Silva, Elizabeth B. (2006). Distinction through visual art. Cultural Trends, Volume 15(Issue 2/3) pp. 141–158.

Silva, Elizabeth B. (2005). Conhecimientos no cotidiano: situações e estórias (Knowledge in daily life: Situations and stories). ARBOR: Ciencia Pensamiento y Cultura (Science, Thought and Culture), 181(716) pp. 531–538.

Silva, Elizabeth B. (2016). Unity and fragmentation of the habitus. The Sociological Review, 64(1) pp. 166–183.

Silva, Elizabeth B. (2016). Habitus: beyond sociology. The Sociological Review, 64(1) pp. 73–92.

Silva, Elizabeth B. and Wright, David (2005). The judgement of taste and social position in focus group research. Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale, n. 76-77 pp. 241–253.

Smith, Andrew; Wild, Catherine and Law, John (2003). Severe acute respiratory syndrome: lessons may be learnt from the outbreak of legionnaires' disease in Barrow in Furness. British Medical Journal, 326(21 June) p. 1396.

Sreberny, Annabelle; Gillespie, Marie and Baumann, Gerd (2010). Editorial The BBC World Service and the Middle East: comparisons, contrasts, conflicts. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 3(2) pp. 129–136.

Umney, Darren; Nelms, Taylor C.; O'Brien, Dave; Muniesa, Fabian; Moor, Liz; McFall, Liz; Cooper, Melinda and Campbell, Peter (2017). On brutal culture. Journal of Cultural Economy, 10(6) pp. 556–568.

Watson, Sophie (2005). Symbolic spaces of difference: contesting the Eruv in Barnet, London and Tenafly, New Jersey. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 23(4) pp. 597–613.

Watson, Sophie (2016). Making multiculturalism. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 40(15) pp. 2635–2652.

Watson, Sophie and Saha, Anamik (2013). Suburban drifts: mundane multiculturalism in outer London. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 36(12) pp. 2016–2034.

Watson, Sophie and Wells, Karen (2005). Spaces of nostalgia: the hollowing out of a London market. Social & Cultural Geography, 6(1) pp. 17–30.

Wells, Karen and Watson, Sophie (2005). A Politics of resentment: shopkeepers in a London neighbourhood. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 28(2) pp. 261–277.

Woodward, Kath (2014). Legacies of 2012: putting women's boxing into discourse. Contemporary Social Science: Journal of the Academy of Social Sciences, 9(2) pp. 242–252.

Woodward, Kath (2017). Lived actualities cultural experience and social worlds: representing David Bowie. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 31(4) pp. 499–508.

Woodward, Kath and Goldblatt, David (2011). Introduction. Soccer & Society, 12(1) pp. 1–8.

Woodward, Kath and Woodward, Sophie (2015). Gender studies and interdisciplinarity. Palgrave Communications, article no. 15018.

Woodward, Kath and Woodward, Sophie (2012). Being in the academy:a cross generational conversation. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 31(5/6) pp. 435–451.

Wyllie, James; Woodward, Kath and Goldblatt, David (2011). Tuning in to football on the BBC World Service. Soccer & Society, 12(1) pp. 11–20.

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Bell, Simon; Gillespie, Marie and Wilding, Colin (2016). Rethinking Models of Evaluation: Sustainability as the Goal of International Cultural Organisations. In: International Sustainable Development Research Conference, 13-15 Jul 2016, Lisbon, Portugal.

Evans, J. (2016). 'I only know what I believe'. The Psycho-politics of Spin: From Blair to Batmanghelidjh. In: Global Societies: Fragmenting and Connecting, British Sociological Association, Durham.

Perriam, Jessamy (2019). A Tweet is Not Just a Tweet: Public Sector Understandings and Analysis of Social Media Customer Service Data. In: SMSociety '19 Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Social Media and Society, ACM Press pp. 33–40.

Umney, Darren; Earl, Christopher and Lloyd, Peter (2016). Design as analysis: examining the use of precedents in parliamentary debate. In: Proceedings of DRS2016: Design + Research + Society - Future-Focused Thinking, University of Brighton, Brighton, UK.

Umney, Darren; Lloyd, Peter and Potter, Stephen (2014). Political debate as design process: A frame analysis. In: Proceedings of DRS 2014: Design's Big Debates, Umeå Institute of Design, Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden.

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Davies, Arthur Royston (1984). The role of the ancillary worker in the hospital service. MPhil thesis The Open University.

Fitz, John (1986). Childhood and the law. PhD thesis The Open University.

Harvey, Lee Colin (1985). The Chicago school: A metascientific study. PhD thesis The Open University.

Hutchinson, Margaret Anne (1993). Pit Closures in Northumberland: A Study of Bates Colliery. MPhil thesis The Open University.

Merryweather, Dave (2012). Youth, risk and identity. PhD thesis The Open University.

Walmsley, Janette Susan (1995). Gender, caring and learning disability. PhD thesis The Open University.

Wiles, Patricia Margaret (1986). The role of the teacher in a general hospital. MPhil thesis The Open University.

Woods, Peter E (1979). Secondary school realities. PhD thesis The Open University.

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Abdel Sattar, Nesrine; Gillespie, Marie; Lami, Mina; Sayed, Nermeen and Wissam, Maryam (2012). Social Media and BBC Arabic: A case study of ‘Nuqtat Hewar’. The Open University, Milton Keynes.

Brandstater, Suzanne; Wade, Peter and Woodward, Kath (2011). Introduction: rights cultures, subjects, citizens. Economy and Society, 40(2) pp. 166-183.

Button, Daniel; Salhab, Akram; Skinner, James; Yule, Aliya and Medien, Kathryn (2020). Patients Not Passports: Learning from the international struggle for universal healthcare. New Economics Foundation.

Carter, Simon (2017). Forensic Architecture and Violence. Cost of Living Blog.

Carter, Simon (2015). We are all Dr Strangelove now. Cost of Living Blog, UK.

Denselow, Jadzia; Taussig, Andrew and Gillespie, Marie (2010). Career trajectories at the BBC World Service: managing diversity. Confidential report for the BBC World Service. The Open University & BBC World Service.

Finnegan, Ruth; Furniss, Graham and Orwin, Martin (2011). Carried by a mystic wind. B. W. Andrzejewski on the Somali passion for poetry and language. Taylor and Francis, London.

Gillespie, Marie; Bell, Simon; Wilding, Colin; Webb, Alban; Fisher, Ali; Voss, Alex; Smith, Andrew W. M.; Macfarlane, Jess; Martin, Nat; Foster, Tot and Lvov, Ilia (2014). Understanding the Changing Cultural Value of the BBC World Service and the British Council. Arts and Humanities Research Council, Swindon.

Gillespie, Marie and Cheesman, Tom (2002). Media Cultures in India and the South Asian Diaspora. Routledge, London, U.K..

Gillespie, Marie; Rizvi, Sadaf; Andersson, Matilda; Michael, Lucy and West, Sophie (2009). Pakistan connection: diasporas at the BBC World Service. Open University & BBC World Service Confidential Report.

Medien, Kathryn (2020). [Book Review] Carceral capitalism by Jackie Wang. Ethnic and Racial Studies 43 (3) pp.584-586.

Webb, Alban; Gillespie, Marie and Mackay, Hugh (2011). BBC World Service Audience Research, 1932-2011. Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies.

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