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Pittaway, Mark (2004). Eastern Europe 1939-2000. Brief Histories. London, UK: Hodder Arnold.

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Pittaway, Mark (2009). Hungary. In: Bosworth, R. J. B. ed. The Oxford handbook of fascism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 380–397.

Pittaway, Mark and Dahl, Hans Fredrik (2008). Legitimacy and the making of the post-war order. In: Conway, Martin and Romijn, Peter eds. The War for Legitimacy in Politics and Culture 1936-1946. European Science Foundation - Occupation in Europe: The Impact of National Socialist and Fascist Rule. Oxford and New York: Berg, pp. 177–209.

Pittaway, Mark (2007). A magyar forradalom új megközelítésben: az ipari munkásság, a szocializmus széthullása és rekonstrukciója, 1953-1958. In: Rainer, János M. and Gyáni, Gábor eds. Ezerkilencszászötvenhat az újabb történeti irodalomban. Budapest, Hungary: 1956-os Intézet, pp. 49–71.

Pittaway, Mark (2007). From Communist to Post-Communist Politics. In: White, Stephen; Batt, Judy and Lewis, Paul eds. Developments in Central and East European Politics 4. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 20–36.

Pittaway, Mark (2005). Workers in Hungary. In: Breuning, Eleonore; Pritchard, Gareth and Lewis, Jill eds. Power and the People: A Social History of Central European Politics, 1945-1956. Manchester & New York: Manchester University Press, pp. 57–75.

Pittaway, Mark (2005). Accommodation and the limits of economic reform: industrial workers during the making and unmaking of Kádár's Hungary. In: Hübner, Peter; Kleßmann, Christoph and Tenfelde, Klaus eds. Arbeiter im Staatsozialismus: Ideologischer Anspruch und Soziale Wirklichkeit. Zeithistorische studien (31). Köln, Germany: Böhlau Verlag, pp. 453–471.

Pittaway, Mark (2004). Workers, Management and the State in Socialist Hungary: Shaping and Re-shaping the Socialist Factory Regime in Újpest and Tatabánya, 1950-1956. In: Brenner, Christiane and Heumos, Peter eds. Sozialgeschichtliche Kommunismusforschung: Tschechoslowakei, Polen, Ungarn, DDR 1945-1968. München: R. Oldenbourg Verlag, pp. 105–131.

Pittaway, Mark (2004). Control and consent in Eastern Europe’s workers’ states, 1945-1989: some reflections on totalitarianism, social organization and social control. In: Emsley, Clive; Johnson, Eric and Spierenburg, Pieter eds. Social Control in Europe, Volume 2, 1800-2000. Columbus, Ohio, USA: Ohio State University Press, pp. 343–367.

Pittaway, Mark (2003). Hungary. In: White, Stephen; Batt, Judy and Lewis, Paul eds. Developments in Central and East European politics, Volume 3. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 57–73.

Pittaway, Mark (2003). Az állami ellenőrzés társadalmi korlátainak újraértékelése: az ipari dolgozók és a szocialista diktatúra Magyarországon, 1948-1953. In: Horváth, Sándor; Pethő, László and Tóth, Eszer Zsófia eds. Munkástörténet - munkásantropológia. Budapest, Hungary: Napvilág Kiadó, pp. 71–82.

Pittaway, Mark (2002). Retreat from collective Protest: Household, Gender, Work and Popular Opposition in Stalinist Hungary. In: Kok, Jan ed. Rebellious families. household strategies and collective action in the 19th & 20th Centuries. International Studies in Social History (3). New York & Oxford: Berghahn Books, pp. 198–228.

Pittaway, Mark (2000). Stalinism, working-class housing and individual autonomy: the encouragement of private house building in Hungary's mining areas. In: Reid, Susan E. and Crowley, David eds. Style and Socialism: Modernity and Material Culture in Post-War Eastern Europe. Oxford/New York: Berg, pp. 49–64.

Pittaway, Mark (1999). Hungary. In: Heenan, Patrick and Lamontagne, Monique eds. Central and Eastern European Handbook. London: Fitzroy Dearborn, pp. 12–22.

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Bucur, Maria; Gavrilova, Rayna; Goldman, Wendy; Healy, Maureen; Lebow, Kate and Pittaway, Mark (2009). Six historians in search of Alltagsgeschichte. Aspasia, 3 pp. 189–212.


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