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Ribbens McCarthy, Jane and Gillies, Val (2017). Troubling children's families: who's troubled and why? Approaches to inter-cultural dialogue. Sociological Research Online (Online First). file


Downes, Julia; Kelly, Liz and Westmarland, Nicole (2014). Ethics in violence and abuse research - a positive empowerment approach. Sociological Research Online, 19(1), article no. 2.


Murphy, Sam and Thomas, Hilary (2013). Stillbirth and loss: family practices and display. Sociological Research Online, 18(1) file

Wheeler, Kathryn and Glucksmann, Miriam (2013). Economies of recycling, 'consumption work' and divisions of labour in Sweden and England. Sociological Research Online, 18(1), article no. 9. file


Bornat, Joanna; Raghuram, Parvati and Henry, Leroi (2012). Revisiting the archives - opportunities and challenges: a case study from the history of geriatric medicine. Sociological Research Online, 17(2) p. 11. file

Winchester, Nik and Bailey, Nicholas (2012). Making sense of ‘global’ social justice: Claims for justice in the global labour market for seafarers. Sociological Research Online, 17(4) .


Gabb, Jacqui (2011). Family lives and relational living: taking account of otherness. Sociological Research Online, 16(4), article no. 10.

Gabb, Jacqui and Silva, Elizabeth (2011). Introduction to critical concepts: families, intimacies and personal relationships. Sociological Research Online, 16(4)

Green, Alison; Johns, Nick and Rix, Mark (2011). Liberty, national security and the Big Society. Sociological Research Online, 16(2), article no. 19.

Kehily, Mary Jane and Thomson, Rachel (2011). Figuring families: generation, situation and narrative in contemporary mothering. Sociological Research Online, 16(4) Article 16. file

Murji, Karim and Neal, Sarah (2011). Riot: Race and Politics in the 2011 Disorders. Sociological Research Online, 16(4)


Hammersley, Martyn (2010). Can we re-use qualitative data via secondary analysis? Notes on some terminological and substantive issues. Sociological Research Online, 15(1)

Lomax, Helen and Fink, Janet (2010). Interpreting images of motherhood: the contexts and dynamics of collective viewing. Sociological Research Online, 15(3), article no. 2. restricted access item, not available for direct downloadrestricted access item, not available for direct download


Erel, Umut (2008). Constructing meaningful lives: Biographical methods in research on migrant women. Sociological Research Online, 12(4)

Meyer, Morgan and Woodthorpe, Kate (2008). The Material Presence of Absence: a dialogue between museums and cemeteries. Sociological Research Online, 13(5) file

Ruppert, Evelyn (2008). 'I is; therefore I am': The Census as Practice of Double Identification. Sociological Research Online, 13(4), article no. 6.

Ware, Vron (2008). Towards a sociology of resentment: A debate on class and whiteness. Sociological Research Online, 13(5), article no. 9. file


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


Reynolds, Jill (2006). Patterns in the telling: single women's intimate relationships with men. Sociological Research Online, 11(3)


Robbins, Peter (2004). Global Visions and Globalizing Corporations: An Analysis of Images and Texts from Fortune Global 500 Companies. Sociological Research Online, 9(2)


Edwards, Rosalind; Back-Wiklund, Margareta; Bak, Maren and Ribbens McCarthy, Jane (2002). Step-fathering: comparing policy and everyday experience in Britain and Sweden. Sociological Research Online, 7(1)


Hammersley, Martyn (1999). Sociology, what's it for? A critique of Gouldner'. Sociological Research Online, 4(3)


Lomax, H. and Casey, N. (1998). Recording social life: reflexivity and video methodology. Sociological Research Online, 3(2)

Neal, Sarah (1998). Embodying Black Madness, Embodying White Femininity: Populist representations and public policy responses - the case of Christopher Clunis and Jayne Zito. Sociological Research Online, 3(4)


Hammersley, Martyn and Gomm, Roger (1997). Bias in social research. Sociological Research Online, 2(1)

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