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Number of items: 27.

2013

Neal, Sarah; Bennett, Katy; Cochrane, Allan and Mohan, Giles (2013). Living multiculture: understanding the new spatial and social relations of ethnicity and multiculture in England. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 31(2) pp. 308–323. file

2012

Hancock, Lynn; Mooney, Gerry and Neal, Sarah (2012). Crisis social policy and the resilience of the concept of community. Critical Social Policy, 32(3) pp. 343–364.

2011

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

Kesten, Jamie; Cochrane, Allan; Mohan, Giles and Neal, Sarah (2011). Multiculture and community in new city spaces. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 32(2) pp. 133–150. file

2010

Mooney, Gerry and Neal, Sarah (2010). ‘Welfare worries’: mapping the directions of welfare futures in the contemporary UK. Research, Policy and Planning, 27(3) pp. 141–150. file

2009

Neal, Sarah (2009). Rural Identities: Ethnicity and Community in the Contemporary English Countryside. Farnham: Ashgate.

Neal, Sarah and McLaughlin, Eugene (2009). Researching up? Interviews, emotionality and policy-making elites. Journal of Social Policy, 38(04) pp. 689–707.

Agyeman, Julian and Neal, Sarah (2009). Rural identity and otherness. In: Kitchin, Rob and Thrift, Nigel eds. International Encyclopedia of Human Geography , Volume 5. Oxford, United Kingdom: Elsevier Ltd, pp. 227–281.

Mooney, Gerry and Neal, Sarah eds. (2009). Community: Welfare, Crime and Society. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.

2008

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

2007

McLaughlin, Eugene and Neal, Sarah (2007). Who can speak to race and nation? Intellectuals, public policy formation and the future of multi-ethnic BritainCommission. Cultural Studies, 21(6) pp. 910–930.

Neal, Sarah and Walters, Sue (2007). ‘You can get away with loads because there’s no one here’: Discourses of regulation and non-regulation in English rural spaces. Geoforum, 38(2) pp. 252–263.

2006

Neal, Sarah and Walters, Sue (2006). Strangers asking strange questions?: A methodological narrative on researching belonging and identity in the English countryside. Journal of Rural Studies, 22(2) pp. 177–189.

Neal, Sarah and Agyeman, Julian (2006). Remaking English ruralities: Processes of belonging and becoming, continuity and change in racialised spaces. In: Neal, Sarah and Agyeman, Julian eds. The new countryside? Ethnicity, nation and exclusion in contemporary rural Britain. UK: The Policy Press, pp. 99–125.

Neal, Sarah (2006). Remaking English Ruralities: processes of belonging and becoming, continuity and change in racialised spaces. In: Neal, Sarah and Agyeman, Julian eds. The New Countryside? Ethnicity, Nation and Exclusion in Contemporary Rural Britain. Bristol, U.K.: The Policy Press, pp. 99–126.

Neal, Sarah and Agyeman, Julian eds. (2006). The new countryside? Ethnicity, nation and exclusion in contemporary rural Britain. Bristol: The Policy Press.

2005

Lewis, Gail and Neal, Sarah (2005). Introduction: Contemporary political contexts, changing terrains and revisited discourses. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 28(3) pp. 423–444.

2004

McLaughlin, Eugene and Neal, Sarah (2004). Misrepresenting the multicultural nation. Policy Studies, 25(3) pp. 155–174.

2003

Neal, Sarah (2003). The Scarman Report, the Macpherson Report and the Media: how newspapers respond to race-centred social policy interventions. Journal of Social Policy, 32(1) pp. 55–74. file

2002

Neal, Sarah (2002). Rural landscapes, representations and racism: examining multicultural citizenship and policy-making in the English countryside. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 25(3) pp. 442–461.

2000

Neal, Sarah (2000). Feared and revered bodies: mapping media representations of racialised and gendered bodies: a case study. In: McKie, Linda and Watson, Nick eds. Organising Bodies: Institutions, Policy and Work. Explorations in Sociology. British Sociological Association Conference Volume Series (58). Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 102–116.

1999

Neal, Sarah (1999). Populist configurations of race and gender: the case of Hugh Grant, Divine Brown and Elizabeth Hurley. In: Brah, Avtar; Hickman, Mary J. and Mac an Ghaill, Mάirtin eds. Thinking Identities: ethnicity, racism and culture. Explorations in Sociology. British Sociological Association Conference Volume Series (52). Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 100–119.

1998

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)

Neal, Sarah (1998). The Making of Equal Opportunities Policies in Universities. Buckingham, U.K.: Open University Press and Society for Research into Higher Education.

Neal, Sarah (1998). Struggles with the research self: reconciling feminist approaches to antiracist research. In: Connolly, Paul and Troyna, Barry eds. Researching Racism in Education, Politics, Theory, Practice. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press, pp. 109–121.

1995

Neal, Sarah (1995). Researching powerful people from a feminist and anti-racist perspective: a note on gender, collusion and marginality. British Educational Research Journal, 21(4) pp. 517–531.

Neal, Sarah (1995). A question of silence? Antiracist policies in higher education: two case studies. In: Griffiths, Morwena and Troyna, Barry eds. Antiracism, Culture and Social Justice in Education. Stoke-on-Trent, U.K.: Trentham Books Limited.

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