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Edwards, Rosalind; Ribbens McCarthy, Jane and Gillies, Val (2012). The politics of concepts: family and its (putative) replacements. British Journal of Sociology, 63(4) pp. 730–746. file


Hobbs, Dick; O'Brien, Kate and Westmarland, Louise (2007). Connecting the gendered door: women, violence and doorwork. British Journal of Sociology, 58(1) pp. 21–38.


Bennett, Tony (2005). The historical universal: the role of cultural value in the historical sociology of Pierre Bourdieu. British Journal of Sociology, 56(1) pp. 141–164.

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

Wright, David (2005). Mediating production and consumption: cultural capital and 'cultural workers'. British Journal of Sociology, 56(1) pp. 105–121.


Hammersley, Martyn (2004). A new political arithmetic to make sociology useful? Comments on a debate. British Journal of Sociology, 55(3) pp. 439–446.


Hill, Andrew (2002). Acid House and Thatcherism: noise, the mob and the English countryside. British Journal of Sociology, 53(1) pp. 89–105. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Woods, Philip A. (2001). Values-intuitive rational action: The Dynamic relationship of instrumental rationality and values insights as a form of social action. British Journal of Sociology, 52(4)


Hammersley, Martyn (1993). Research and anti-racism: The case of Peter Foster and his critics. British Journal of Sociology, 44(3) pp. 429–448.


Hammersley, Martyn (1991). A myth of a myth? An assessment of two ethnographic studies of option choice schemes. British Journal of Sociology, 42(1) pp. 61–94.

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