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Gabb, Jacqui and Fink, Janet (2015). Telling moments and everyday experience: multiple methods research on couple relationships and personal lives. Sociology, 49(5) pp. 970–987. file

Hempel-Jorgensen, Amelia (2015). Working class girls and child-centred pedagogy: what are the implications developing socially just pedagogy? International Studies in Sociology of Education (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Hoggart, Lesley (2015). Abortion Counselling in Britain: Understanding the Controversy. Sociology Compass, 9(5) pp. 365–378. file

Neal, Sarah and Murji, Karim (2015). Sociologies of Everyday Life: Editors’ Introduction to the Special Issue. Sociology, 49(5) pp. 811–819.

Owton, Helen and Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn (2015). Conformers, contesters, creators: vignettes of asthma identities and sporting embodiment. International Review for the Sociology of Sport (Online first). file

Rienties, Bart; Johan, Novie and Jindal-Snape, Divya (2015). A dynamic analysis of social capital-building of international and UK students. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 36(8) pp. 1212–1235. file

Tremlett, Paul-François (2015). Affective Dissent in the Heart of the Capitalist Utopia: Occupy Hong Kong and the Sacred. Sociology


Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn and Owton, Helen (2014). Take a deep breath: Asthma, sporting embodiment and ‘auditory work’. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 49(5) pp. 592–608. file

Corry, Olaf (2014). From defence to resilience: environmental security beyond neoliberalism. International Political Sociology, 8(3) pp. 256–274.

Murji, Karim (2014). A representative workforce: the BME police recruitment target and the
politics of enumeration and categorization.
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 34(9/10) pp. 578–592.


Dominguez Rubio, Fernando and Silva, Elizabeth (2013). Materials in the field: object-trajectories and object-positions in the field of contemporary art. Cultural Sociology, 7(2) pp. 161–178.

Gabb, Jacqui (2013). Embodying risk: managing father–child intimacy and the display of nudity in families. Sociology, 47(4) pp. 639–654.

Hill, Andrew and Aradau, Claudia (2013). The politics of Drawing: children, evidence, and the Darfur conflict. International Political Sociology, 7(4) pp. 369–387.

Ozga, Jenny; Baxter, Jacqueline; Clarke, John; Grek, Sotiria and Lawn, Martin (2013). The politics of educational change: governance and school inspection in England and Scotland. Swiss Journal of Sociology, 39(2) pp. 205–224.

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

Squire, Vicki and Darling, Jonathan (2013). The “minor” politics of rightful presence: justice and relationality in City of Sanctuary. International Political Sociology, 7(1) pp. 59–74. file


Bailey, Nicholas and Winchester, Nik (2012). Islands in the stream: revisiting methodological nationalism under conditions of globalization. Sociology, 46(4) pp. 712–727.

Blackman, Tim; Harrington, Barbara; Elliott, Eva; Greene, Alex; Hunter, David J.; Marks, Linda; McKee, Lorna and Williams, Gareth (2012). Framing health inequalities for local intervention: comparative case studies. Sociology of Health & Illness, 34(1) pp. 49–63. file

Carter, Simon (2012). The medicalization of sunlight in the early twentieth century. Journal of Historical Sociology, 25(1) pp. 83–105. file

Cavaye, Joyce (2012). Does therapeutic massage support mental well-being? Medical Sociology Online, 6(2) pp. 43–50. file

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

Langdridge, Darren and Flowers, Paul (2012). Living with the 'Enemy': HIV and Inter-species Relating. Sociology, 47(4) pp. 827–840.

Lee, Nick and Motzkau, Johanna (2012). The biosocial event: responding to innovation in the life sciences. Sociology, 46(3) pp. 426–441. file

Stevens, Paul (2012). Towards an ecosociology. Sociology, 46(4) pp. 579–595.

Wheeler, Kathryn (2012). The practice of Fairtrade support. Sociology, 46(1) pp. 126–141. restricted access item, not available for direct downloadfile


Raghuram, Parvati; Bornat, Joanna and Henry, Leroi (2011). The co-marking of aged bodies and migrant bodies: migrant workers’ contribution to geriatric medicine in the UK. Sociology of Health & Illness, 33(2) pp. 321–335. file

Ruppert, Evelyn (2011). Population Objects: Interpassive Subjects. Sociology, 45(2) pp. 218–233. file

Trigg, Andrew B. and Lowe, Jonquil T. (2011). Comparing pension systems in the circular flow of income. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 70(5) pp. 1248–1281. file


Erel, Umut (2010). Migrating cultural capital: Bourdieu in migration studies. Sociology, 44(4) pp. 642–660.

Nind, Melanie; Flewitt, Rosie and Payler, Jane (2010). The social experience of early childhood for children with learning disabilities: inclusion, competence and agency. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 31(6) pp. 653–670.

Raghuram, Parvati; Henry, Leroi and Bornat, Joanna (2010). Difference and distinction? Non-migrant and migrant networks. Sociology, 44(4) pp. 623–641. file


Bennett, Tony (2009). Counting and seeing the social action of literary form: Franco Moretti and the sociology of literature. Cultural Sociology, 3(2) pp. 277–297. file

Garner, Steve (2009). Empirical research into white racialized identities in Britain. Sociology Compass, 3(5) pp. 789–802. file

Hempel-Jorgensen, Amelia (2009). The construction of the 'ideal pupil' and pupils' perceptions of 'misbehaviour' and discipline: contrasting experiences from a low-socio-economic and a high-socio-economic primary school. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 30(4) pp. 435–448. file

Law, John (2009). Seeing like a survey. Cultural Sociology, 3(2) pp. 239–256.

Levidow, Les (2009). Democratizing agri-biotechnology? European public participation in agbiotech assessment. Comparative Sociology, 8(4) pp. 541–564. file

McFall, Liz (2009). Devices and Desires: How useful is the 'new' new economic sociology for understanding market attachment. Sociology Compass, 3(2) pp. 267–282. file

McFall, Liz and Dodsworth, Francis (2009). Fabricating the market: The promotion of life assurance in the long nineteenth-century. Journal of Historical Sociology, 22(1) pp. 30–54. file

Silva, Elizabeth; Warde, Alan and Wright, David (2009). Using mixed methods for analysing culture: The cultural capital and social exclusion project. Cultural Sociology, 3(2) pp. 299–316. file

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


Hammersley, Martyn (2008). Reflexivity for what? A response to Gewirtz and Cribb on the role of values in the sociology of education. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 29(5) pp. 549–558.

Huysmans, Jef (2008). The jargon of exception—on Schmitt, Agamben and the absence of political society. International Political Sociology, 2(2) pp. 165–183.

Montgomery, Heather (2008). Are child prostitutes child workers? A case study. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 29(3/4) pp. 130–140.

Neal, Sarah and Walters, Sue (2008). Rural be/longing: community, conviviality and social organizations in rural England. Sociology, 42(2) pp. 279–297.

Saward, Michael (2008). Representation and democracy: revisions and possibilities. Sociology Compass, 2(3) pp. 1000–1013.

Smith, Warren (2008). Critical Management Studies: Accountability and Authenticity. Critical Sociology, 34(1) pp. 15–28.

Vacchelli, Elena (2008). Milan 1970-1980: women's place in urban theory. In: DeSena, Judith N. ed. Research in Urban Sociology. Gender in an Urban World, 9. Elsevier / Jai Press, pp. 29–51.

Watts, J. H. (2008). Emotion, empathy and exit: reflections on doing ethnographic qualitative research on sensitive topics. Medical Sociology Online, 3(2) pp. 3–14. file


Bekin, Caroline; Carrigan, Marylyn and Szmigin, Isabelle (2007). Caring for the community: an exploratory comparison of waste reduction behaviour by British and Brazilian consumers. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 27(5/6) pp. 221–233.

Bekin, Caroline; Carrigan, Marylyn and Szmigin, Isabelle (2007). Communities and consumption. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 27(3/4) pp. 101–105.

Earle, Sarah and Letherby, Gayle (2007). Conceiving time?: women who do or do not conceive. Sociology of Health and Illness, 29(2) pp. 233–250. 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.

Murji, Karim (2007). Sociological engagements: institutional racism and beyond. Sociology, 41(5) pp. 843–855.

Newman, Janet (2007). The 'double dynamics' of activation: Institutions, citizens and the remaking of welfare governance. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 27(9/10) pp. 364–375.

Warde, A; Wright, D and Gayo-Cal, M (2007). Understanding Cultural Omnivorousness: Or the Myth of the Cultural Omnivore. Cultural Sociology, 1(2) pp. 143–164.


Banks, Mark (2006). Moral economy and cultural work. Sociology, 40(3) pp. 455–472.

Bekin, Caroline; Carrigan, Marylyn and Szmigin, Isabelle (2006). Empowerment, waste and new consumption communities. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 26(1/2) pp. 32–47.

Cooper, Barry and Broadfoot, Patricia (2006). Beyond description and prescription: towards conducive assessment in social work education. International Studies in Sociology of Education, 16(2) pp. 139–157.

Garner, Steve (2006). The uses of whiteness: what sociologists working on Europe can draw from US research on whiteness. Sociology, 40(2) pp. 257–275. file

Kehily, Mary Jane and Pattman, Rob (2006). Middle‐class struggle? Identity‐work and leisure among sixth formers in the United Kingdom. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 27(1) pp. 37–52.

Nayak, A. and Kehily, M. J. (2006). Gender undone: subversion, regulation and embodiment in the work of Judith Butler. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 27(4) pp. 459–472.

Nayak, Anoop and Kehily, Mary Jane (2006). Gender undone: subversion, regulation and embodiment in the work of Judith Butler. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 27(4) pp. 459–472.

Silva, Elizabeth B. (2006). Homologies of social space and elective affinities: researching cultural capital. Sociology, 40(6) pp. 1171–1189.

Taylor, Stephanie and Littleton, Karen (2006). Biographies in talk: a narrative-discursive research approach. Qualitative Sociology Review, 2(1) pp. 22–38. file


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.

Dodsworth, Francis (2005). Virtus on Whitehall: the politics of Palladianism in William Kent's Treasury Building, 1733-6. Journal of Historical Sociology, 18(4) pp. 282–317. file

Gabb, Jacqui (2005). Lesbian M/Otherhood: strategies of familial-linguistic management in lesbian parent families. Sociology, 39(4) pp. 585–603.

Mauthner, Melanie (2005). Distant lives, still voices; sistering in family sociology. Sociology, 39 pp. 623–642.

Newman, Janet (2005). Enter the transformational leader: network governance and the micro-politics of modernization. Sociology, 39(4) pp. 717–734. file

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.

Wright, David (2005). Book Review of 'Book clubs: women and the uses of reading in everyday life' by Elizabeth Long. Sociology, 39(3) pp. 561–562.


Hammersley, M. and Gomm, R. (2004). Recent radical criticism of the interview in qualitative research. Developments in Sociology: Annual review, 20 pp. 91–102.

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

Wyness, Michael; Harrison, Lisa and Buchanan, Ian (2004). Childhood, politics and ambiguity: towards an agenda for children's political inclusion. Sociology, 38(1) pp. 81–99.


Benjamin, Shereen; Nind, Melanie; Hall, Kathy; Collins, Janet and Sheehy, Kieron (2003). Moments of Inclusion and Exclusion: pupils negotiating classroom contexts. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 24(5) pp. 547–558.

Butt, Trevor and Langdridge, Darren (2003). The construction of self: The public reach into the private sphere. Sociology, 37(3) pp. 477–494.

Carter, Simon and Michael, Mike (2003). Signifying across time and space: a case study of biomedical educational texts. Sociology of Health and Illness, 25(2) pp. 232–259.

Draper, Janet (2003). Blurring, moving and broken boundaries: Men's encounters with the pregnant body. Sociology of Health & Illness, 25(7) pp. 743–767.

Hammersley, Martyn (2003). Recent radical criticism of interview studies: Any implications for the sociology of education? British Journal of Sociology of Education, 24(1) pp. 119–126.

Hammersley, Martyn (2003). "Analytics" are no substitute for methodology: a response to Speer and Hutchby. Sociology, 37(2) pp. 339–351.

Troman, Geoff (2003). Coping collectively: the formation of a teacher self-help group. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 24(2)

Woods, Phillip A. (2003). Building on Weber to understand governance: exploring the links between identity, democracy and 'inner distance'. Sociology, 37(1) pp. 143–163.


Draper, Janet (2002). 'It was a real good show': the ultrasound scan, fathers and the power of visual knowledge. Sociology of Health and Illness, 24(6) pp. 771–795. file

Hill, Andrew (2002). Acid House and Thatcherism: noise, the mob and the English countryside. British Journal of Sociology, 53(1) pp. 89–105. file

Thompson, Ken (2002). Border crossings and diasporic identities: media use and leisure practices of an ethnic minority. Qualitative Sociology, 25(3) pp. 409–418.

Thomson, Rachel; Bell, Robert; Holland, Janet; Henderson, Sheila; McGrellis, Sheena and Sharpe, Sue (2002). Critical moments: choice, chance and opportunity in young people's narratives of transition. Sociology, 36(2) pp. 335–354.

Woods, Peter and Jeffrey, Robert (2002). The reconstruction of primary teachers' identitities. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 23(1) pp. 89–106. filefile


Hammersley, Martyn (2001). A reply to partisan reviews. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 22(3) pp. 417–421.

Ribbens McCarthy, Jane and Edwards, Rosalind (2001). Illuminating meanings of `the Private' in sociological thought: a response to Joe Bailey. Sociology, 35(3) pp. 765–777.

Thompson, Ken (2001). Cultural studies, critical theory and cultural governance. International Sociology, 16(4) pp. 594–605.

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)


Ribbens McCarthy, Jane; Edwards, Rosalind and Gillies, Val (2000). Moral tales of the child and the adult: Narratives of contemporary family lives under changing circumstances. Sociology, 34(4) pp. 785–803.


Pittaway, Mark (1999). The social limits of state control: Time, the industrial wage relation and social identity in Stalinist Hungary, 1948-1953. Journal of Historical Sociology, 12(3) pp. 271–301. file


Woods, Peter and Jeffrey, Bob (1998). Choosing Positions: living the contradictions of OFSTED. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 19(4) pp. 547–570.


Hammersley, Martyn (1997). Qualitative data archiving: Some reflections on its prospects and problems. Sociology, 31(1) pp. 131–142.


Hammersley, Martyn (1994). On feminist methodology: A response. Sociology, 28(1) pp. 293–300.


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


Burgess, Hilary and Carter, Bob (1992). 'Bringing out the best in people': teacher training and the 'real' teacher. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 13(3) pp. 349–359.

Hammersley, Martyn (1992). Reflections on the Liberal University: Truth, citizenship and the role of the academic. International Studies in Sociology of Education, 2(2) pp. 165–183.

Hammersley, Martyn (1992). On feminist methodology. Sociology, 26(2) pp. 187–206.


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.

Pile, Steve (1991). Securing the Future: 'Survival Strategies' amongst Somerset Dairy Farmers. Sociology, 25(2) pp. 255–274.


Hammersley, Martyn (1990). What's wrong with ethnography? The myth of theoretical description. Sociology, 24(4) pp. 597–615.

Holland, Janet; Ramazanoglu, Caroline; Scott, Sue; Sharpe, Sue and Thomson, Rachel (1990). Sex, gender and power: young women's sexuality in the shadow of AIDS. Sociology of Health and Illness, 12(3) pp. 336–350.


Hammersley, Martyn (1985). From ethnography to theory: A programme and paradigm in the sociology of education. Sociology, 19(2) pp. 244–259.

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