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2014

See also 2014 working papers

Refereed journal papers

  • Hannah Knox (2014), 'Footprints in the City: Models, Materiality and the Cultural Politics of Climate Change', Anthropological Quarterly.

2013

See also 2013 working papers

Book chapters

  • Vron Ware (2013), 'Cheap Chickens and Ethical Eggs: The Place of an English Village in the World', 106-120, Jackie Stacey and Janet Wolff (eds) Writing Otherwise: Experiments in Cultural Criticism, Manchester:University of Manchester Press.
  • Vron Ware (2013), 'Can you have Muslim soldiers? Diversity as a martial value', 121-145,The State of Race, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Vron Ware (2013), 'Muslims and Military Service', The New Muslims, London: The Runnymede Trust.
  • Ian N. Gregory, Niall Cunningham and Ian G. Shuttleworth (2013), 'Geographical Information Systems as a research tool for Religious Studies', How to Research Religion, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Hannah Knox (2013), 'Real-ising the Virtual: Digital Simulation and the Politics of Future Making', Objects and Materials: A Routledge Companion, London: Routledge, available at preorder pages.
  • John Law (2013), 'Indistinct Perception', 337-342, in Catelijne Coopmans, Janet Vertesi, Mike Lynch and Steve Woolgar, New Representation in Scientific Practice, Cambridge, Mass:MIT Press.
  • John Law and Marianne Lien (2013), 'Animal Architextures', 329-337, in Penelope Harvey, Eleanor Casella, Gillian Evans, Hannah Knox, Christine McLean, Elizabeth Silva, Nicolas Thoburn and Kath Woodward, Objects and Materials: a Routledge Companion, Abingdon and New York: Routledge.
  • Niall Cunningham (2013), '‘Troubled Geographies’: An Historical GIS of Religion, Society and Conflict in Ireland Since the Great Famine', Re-thinking Space and Place, Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
  • Vron Ware (2013), 'Muslims and Military Service', 20-22, The New Muslims Palgrave (In press), available at 
  • Sophie Watson (2013), 'Global Futures:Reflections on Culture, Diversity and Planning for the Twenty First Century', 23-36, in Greg Young and
  • Deborah Stevenson (eds), The Ashgate Research Companion to Planning and Culture, Farnham: Ashgate.
  • Karel Williams and Sukhdev Johal (2013), 'Rebuilding the Regions', 31-33, in John Cruddas,One Nation Labour - Debating the Future, London: LaborList.org, available at One Nation Labour - Debating the Future.

Refereed journal papers

  • Niall Cunningham (2013), ''The doctrine of vicarious punishment': space, religion and the Belfast Troubles of 1920-22', Journal of Historical Geography, 40 (1), 52-66.
  • Evelyn Ruppert, John Law and Mike Savage (2013), 'Digital Devices: Reassembling Social Science Methods', Theory, Culture & Society. Special Issue on The Social Life of Methods, 30(4), 22-46.
  • Alberto Corsín Jiménez, Adolfo Estalella (2013), 'The atmospheric person: Value, experiment, and "making neighbors" in Madrid's popular assemblies', HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, 3 (No2), 119-39.
  • Fiona Devine and Yaojun Li (2013), 'The changing relationship between origins, education and destinations in the 1990s and 2000s', British Journal of Sociology, 34 (no 5 - 6), 766-791.
  • Vron Ware (2013), '‘”A Thinning of Skin”: writing on and against whiteness’', Life Writing, 10(3), available at Taylor and Francis
  • Niall Cunningham and Ian Gregory (2013), 'Religious Change in Twentieth Century Ireland: A Spatial History', Irish Geography, (in press), available at DOI:.
  • Marie Gillespie (2013), 'BBC Arabic, social media and citizen production: an experiment in digital democracy before the Arab Spring', Theory, Culture and Society, 30 (4), 92-103, available at Sage Journals.
  • John Law and Vicky Singleton (2013), 'ANT and politics: working in and on the world', Qualitative Sociology, 36, forthcoming.
  • John Law and Marianne Lien (2013), 'Slippery: Field Notes on Empirical Ontology', Social Studies of Science, 43 (3), 363-378.
  • Hugh Mackay (2013), 'Information and the transformation of sociology: interactivity and social media monitoring', tripleC, 11 (1), 117-126, available at Triple C.
  • Jennifer Mason and Stewart Muir (2013), 'Conjuring up Traditions: Atmospheres, eras and family Christmases', The Sociological Review, 61 (3), 607-629.
  • Mike Savage, Fiona Devine, Niall Cunningham, Mark Taylor, Yaojun Li,Johs Hjellbrekke , Brigitte Le Roux, Sam Friedman & Andrew Miles (2013), 'A New Model of Social Class: Findings from the BBC's Great British Class Survey Experiment', Sociology, Early Online, available at DOI.
  • Muir, Stewart (2013), 'Real People: Authenticity and Aboriginality in the Australian holistic milieu', Ethnos, (forthcoming).
  • Vicky Singleton and John Law (2013), 'Devices as Rituals', Journal of Cultural Economy, 6(3), 259-277.
  • Jason Toynbee (2013), 'Race, history, and black British jazz', Black Music Research Journal, 33 (1), 1-25, available at University of Illinois Press.
  • Alban Webb (2013), 'Cold War radio and the Hungarian Uprising, 1956.', Cold War History,13 (2), 221-238, available at DOI.

Special edited journal issue

  • Francis Dodsworth and Sophie Watson (eds) (2013), 'The Material and Spatial Cultures of Religious Sites and Buildings in London', Material Religion, 9 (1).

Books

  • Mark Banks, Rosalind Gill, Stephanie Taylor (eds) (2013), 'Theorizing Cultural Work:Labour Continuity and Change in the Cultural and Creative Industries', Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Ian N. Gregory, Niall Cunningham, Chris. D. Lloyd, Ian. G. Shuttleworth & Paul S. Ell(2013), 'Troubled Geographies: A Spatial History of Religion and Society in Ireland',Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
  • Rodney Harrison, Paul Graves and Angela Piccini (2013), 'The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Contemporary World.', Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Penelope Harvey, Eleanor Casella, Gillian Evans, Hannah Knox, Christine McLean, Elizabeth Silva, Nicolas Thoburn and Kath Woodward (eds) (2013), 'Objects and Materials: a Routledge Companion', Abingdon and New York: Routledge.
  • Janet Wolff and Mike Savage (eds) (2013) 'Culture in Manchester: Institutions and Urban Change Since 1850', Manchester University Press.

Research briefings

2012

See also 2012 working papers

Refereed journal papers

  • Harvey, P., M. Reeves and E. Ruppert (2012), 'Anticipating Failure: Transparency Devices and their Effects', Journal of Cultural Economy, 1-19.
  • Niamh Moore (2012), 'The Politics and Ethics of Naming: Questioning Anonymisation in (Archival) Social Research', International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 15 (4).
  • Mark Banks (2012), 'MacIntyre, Bourdieu and the practice of jazz', Popular Music, 31 (1),69-86, available at Cambridge University Press.
  • Bastian, Michelle (2012), 'Fatally Confused: Telling the Time in the Midst of Ecological Crises', Journal of Environmental Philosophy, 9 (1), 23-48, available at Journal Issue.
  • Francis Dodsworth and Sophie Watson (2012), 'Into Unorthodox London: The Religious Ethnography of Charles Maurice Davies', Victorian Literature and Culture, 40 (2), 487-508.
  • John Law (2012), ''Notes on Fish, Ponds and Theory', Norsk antropologisk tidsskrift, 23 (3-4),225-236.
  • John Law (2012), 'Piaceri macchinici e interpellanze', Tecnoscienza: Italian Journal of Science & Technology Studies, 3 (1), 99-122.
  • John Law and Ingunn Moser (2012), 'Contexts and Culling', Science, Technology and Human Values, 37, 332-354.
  • Stewart Muir and Jennifer Mason (2012), 'Capturing Christmas: The Sensory Potential of Data from Participant Produced Video', Sociological Research Online, 17 (1).
  • Evelyn Ruppert (2012), 'The Governmental Topologies of Database Devices', Theory, Culture and Society Annual Review, (Forthcoming) (Special Issue on Topologies).
  • Evelyn Ruppert, Mike Savage (2012), 'Transactional Politics', Sociological Review (Forthcoming) (Special Issue on Measure and Value).
  • Sophie Watson and Anamik Saha (2012), 'Suburban Drifts: mundane multiculturalism in outer London Ethnic and Racial Studies (with Saha, A) forthcoming. Available on line',Ethnic and Racial Studies, pp. 1.
  • Julia Woodman and Niamh Moore (2012), 'Evidence for the Effectiveness of Alexander Technique Lessons in Medical and Health-related Conditions: A Systematic Review',International Journal of Clinical Practice, 66 (1), 98-112, available at Wiley Online.

Books

  • Vron Ware (2012), 'Military Migrants. Fighting for YOUR Country' Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Marie Gillespie and Alban Webb (eds) (2012), 'Diasporas and Diplomacy: Cosmopolitan Contact Zones at The BBC World Service (1932-2012)', Abingdon: Routledge, find out more from The Open University.
  • Rodney Harrison, Neal Ferris and Michael Wilcox (2012), 'The Archaeology of the Colonized and its Contribution to Global Archaeological Theory', Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Hamid Ismailov, Marie Gillespie, and Anna Aslanyan (eds) (2012), 'Tales From Bush House',London: Hertfordshire Press. Find out more from The Open University.
  • Jason Toynbee and Byron Dueck (eds) (2012), 'Migrating Music', Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Alban Webb (2012), 'London Calling: The BBC World Service and the Cold War Challenge'.

Research briefings

Book chapters

  • Francis Dodsworth (2012), 'Men on a Mission: Masculinity, Violence and the Self-Presentation of Policemen in England, c. 1870-1914', 123-140, in David G. Barrie and Susan Broomhall (eds), A History of Policing and Masculinities, 1700-2010, London: Routledge.
  • Francis Dodsworth (2012), 'Shaping the City, Shaping the Subject: Honour, Affect and Agency in John Gwynn's London and Westminster Improved (1766)', 76-90, Portraits of the City: Dublin and the Wider World, Dublin: Four Courts Press.
  • Marie Gillespie and Alban Webb (2012), 'Corporate cosmopolitanism:diasporas and diplomacy at the BBC World Service, 1932-2012', 1-20, in Marie Gillespie Alban Webb (eds), Diasporas and Diplomacy: Cosmopolitanism Contact Zones at the BBC World Service (1932-2012), find out more from The Open University
  • Knierbein, S, Aigner, J and Watson, S (2012), 'Straßenmärkte in Wien und Budapest als Schauplätze des Wirtschaften Migrationskontexten', Wirtschaften mit Migrationshintergrund. Zur soziokulturellen Bedeutuntethnischer Ökonomien in urbanen Räumen, StudienVerlag.
  • John Law (2012), 'Reality Failures', 146-160, in Jan-Hendrik Passoth, Birgit Peuker, and Michael Schillmeier (eds), Agency without Actors? New Approaches to Collective Action,Abingdon and New York: Routledge.
  • Evelyn Ruppert (2012), 'Category', in Celia Lury and Nina Wakeford (eds), Inventive Methods: The Happening of the Social, London: Routledge.
  • Evelyn Ruppert (2012), 'Infrastructures of Census Taking', in Gordon Darroch (ed), The Dawn of Canada's Century: Hidden Histories, Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press (Forthcoming).
  • Evelyn Ruppert (2012), 'Seeing Population: Census and Surveillance by Numbers', in K. Ball, K. Haggerty and D. Lyon (eds), Routledge International Handbook of Surveillance Studies, London: Routledge.
  • Jingrong Tong and Hugh Mackay (2012), 'Discussions on BBC Chinese Have Your Say forums: national identity and international broadcasting in the interactive media era', 230-247, in Marie Gillespie and Alban Webb, Diasporas and Diplomacy: Cosmopolitan Contact Zones at the BBC World Service (1932-2012), London: Routledge, find out more from The Open University.
  • Jason Toynbee (2012), 'Music, culture and creativity', 161-171, The Cultural Study of Music: A Critical Introduction (2nd ed.), Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Alban Webb (2012), 'The BBC Polish Section and the reporting of Solidarity, 1980-1983',86-101, Diasporas and Diplomacy: Cosmopolitan Contact Zones at the BBC World Service (1932-2012), Abingdon: Routledge, available at http://www.routledge.com/books/details/97804155088....

Conference papers

  • Ian Gregory & Niall Cunningham (2012), 'Geographies of division and conflict: Religious change in twentieth century Ireland', AHRC/ESRC New Forms of Public Religion: ‘Religion and Society’ end of grant awardees conference, available at Conference website & podcasts.
  • Niall Cunningham (2012), ''The doctrine of ‘Vicarious Punishment’: Space, Religion and the Belfast Troubles of 1920 – 22', International Institute for Social History: The European Social Science History Conference 11 April 2012 - 14 April 2012.
  • Niall Cunningham (2012), 'Ethnic Segregation, Urban Change and the Role of GIS', GIS & Ethnic Segregation workshop.
  • Niall Cunningham (2012), 'Hard to Miss, Easy to Blame: Peacelines and Ethno-National Killings During the Troubles', Royal Geographical Society – Institute of British Geographers, Annual Conference 2012: Security of Geography/Geography of Security03 July 2012 - 05 July 2012.
  • Niall Cunningham (2012), 'Israel or ‘Insula Sacra’? The role of ‘Religious’ territoriality during the Northern Ireland Troubles', American Association of Geographers (AAG): AAG Annual Conference 201224 February 2012 - 24 February 2012.
  • Niall Cunningham (2012), 'Mapping Social Change in Manchester and Beyond at CRESC',MMXII (Mapping Manchester 2012)12 December 2011.
  • Niall Cunningham (2012), '“Frightfully Hard to Explain…”: Religious Geography, Deprivation and Political Deaths During the Northern Ireland Troubles, 1969-2001', 15th Annual Conference of Historical Geographers 06 August 2012 - 10 August 2012.

2011

See also 2011 working papers

Book chapters

  • Vron Ware (2011), '"Johnny Gurkha loves a party”: The Colonial Film Archive and the Racial Imaginary of the Worker-Warrior', Film and the End of Empire, London: British Film Institute/ Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Wendy Bottero (2011), 'Personal life in the past', Sociology of Personal Life, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (2011), 'Reflections on Affect', 277-288, in Bridge and Watson, The New Blackwell Companion to the City, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (2011), 'Reflections on Materialities', 3-15, in Bridge and Watson, The New Blackwell Companion to the City, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (2011), 'Reflections on Mobilities', 157-169, in Bridge and Watson, The New Blackwell Companion to the City, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (2011), 'Reflections on Division and Difference', 501-511, in Bridge and Watson, The New Blackwell Companion to the City, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (2011), 'Reflections on Politics and Planning', 619-631, in Bridge and Watson, The New Blackwell Companion to the City, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (2011), 'Reflections on Publics and Cultures', 379-390, in Bridge and Watson, The New Blackwell Companion to the City, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Francis Dodsworth (2011), 'Mobility and Civility: Police and the Formation of the Modern City', 235-44, in Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (eds), The New Blackwell Companion to the City, Oxford: Blackwell. 
  • Gillian Evans (2011), 'Big Man System: Short Life Culture', in V. Amit and D. Dyke (eds),Trouble with Young Men, New York: Berghahn.
  • Jacqui Gabb (2011), 'Qualitative Research on LGBT-families: Innovation and Possibilities', in A. E. Goldberg and K. R. Allen (eds), LGBT-Parent Families: Possibilities for New Research and Implications for Practice, New York: Springer.
  • Jacqui Gabb (2011), 'Researching Sexuality and Intimate Relationships', in S. Hines and Y. Taylor (eds), Sexualities: Reflections and Futures, Palgrave: Macmillan.
  • Jacqui Gabb (2011), 'Troubling Displays: The Affect of Gender, Sexuality and Class',Displaying Families, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • John Law (2011), 'Akteur-Netzwerk Theorie und materiale Semiotik', 21-49, in Tobias Conradi, Heike Derwanz and Florian Muhle (eds), Strukturentstehung durch Verflechtung. Akteur-Netzwerk-Theorie(n) und Automatismen, Munchen: Paderborn.
  • John Law (2011), 'Collateral Realities', 156-178, in Fernando Domínguez Rubio and Patrick Baert (eds), The Politics of Knowledge, London: Routledge.
  • John Law (2011), 'Pinnwänder und Bücher', 21-45, in Friedrich Balke, Maria Muhle and Antonia Von Schöning, Die Wiederkehr der Dinge, Berlin: Kulturverlag Kadmos.
  • John Law and Wen-yuan Lin (2011), 'Cultivating Disconcertment', 135-153, in Michaela Benson and Rolland Munro (eds), Sociological Routes and Political Roots, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Stewart Muir (2011), 'Multi-sited Ethnography', in Dale Southerton, The Encyclopedia of Consumer Culture, London: Sage.
  • Stewart Muir (2011), 'Photography and Video', in Dale Southerton, The Encyclopedia of Consumer Culture, London: Sage.
  • Evelyn Ruppert (2011), 'Shaping Good Cities and Citizens', 667-678, in Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson, The New Blackwell Companion to the City, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Alban Webb (2011), 'Cold War Radio and the Hungarian Uprising, 1956', in Patrick Major and Linda Risso (eds), War of the Ether: Radio Propaganda in the Cold War, London:Routledge.
  • Alban Webb (2011), 'Cultures of Diplomacy: BBC Polish Section and the reporting of Solidarity, 1980-83', in Marie Gillespie and Alban Webb (eds), Diasporas and Diplomacy: Cosmopolitan Contact Zones at the BBC World Service 1932-2012.

Refereed journal papers

  • Niamh Moore (2011), 'From the Chipko Movement to Clayoquot Sound: Eco/feminism, the International, and the End of Feminism?', Feminist Theory, 12 (3), 3-21, available athttp://fty.sagepub.com/content/12/1/3.
  • Mark Banks (2011), 'The Colours of Money: Artmoney as Community Currency', International Journal of Community Currency Research, 15 (Special Issue: Complementary Currencies: State of the Art), 77-81, available at IJCCR home page.
  • Vron Ware (2011), '‘The New Literary Front: Public Diplomacy and the Cultural Politics of Reading Arabic Fiction in Translation’', New Formations (73).
  • Mark Banks and Katie Milestone (2011), 'Individualization, Gender and Cultural Work',Gender, Work and Organization, 18 (1), 73.
  • Michelle Bastian (2011), 'The contradictory simultaneity of being with others: Exploring concepts of time and community in the work of Gloria Anzaldúa', Feminist Review, 97, 151-167.
  • Wendy Bottero and Nick Crossley (2011), 'Worlds, fields and networks: Becker, Bourdieu and the structures of social relations', Cultural Sociology, 51 (1), 99-119.
  • Francis Dodsworth and Sophie Watson (2011), 'Constituting Religious Publics: The Tale of Two Non-Conformist Churches in London.', Culture and Religion, 12 (1), 1-19.
  • Julie Froud, Sukhdev Johal, Johnna Montgomerie and Karel Williams (2011), 'Escaping the tyranny of earned income? The failure of finance as social innovation', New Political Economy, 15 (1), 147.
  • Hannah Knox and Penny Harvey (2011), 'Anticipating Harm: Regulation and Irregularity on a Road Construction Project in the Peruvian Andes', Theory, Culture and Society, 28 (6),142-163.
  • John Law (2011), 'The Explanatory Burden: an Essay on Hugh Raffles’ Insectopedia',Cultural Anthropology, 26 (3), 485-510.
  • John Law and Annemarie Mol (2011), 'Veterinary realities: what is foot and mouth disease?', Sociologia Ruralis, 51 (1), 1-16.
  • Y. Lee and Fiona Devine (2011), 'Is social mobility really declining? Intergenerational social mobility in the 1980s and 1990s', Sociological Research on Line, 16 (3), 4, available at Sociological Research online.
  • Marianne Lien and John Law (2011), 'Emergent Aliens‘: On Salmon, Nature and Their Enactment', Ethnos, 76 (1), 65-87.
  • Liz McFall (2011), 'A Good Average Man: calculation and the limits of statistics in enrolling insurance customers.', Sociological Review,, 59 (4), 662-684.
  • Stewart Muir (2011), 'Australian alternative spiritualities and a feeling for land', Australian Journal of Anthropology, 22 (3), 370-387.
  • Madeleine Reeves (2011), 'Fixing the border: on the affective life of the state in southern Kyrgyzstan', Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 29 (5), 905-923.
  • Evelyn Ruppert (2011), 'Population Objects: Interpassive Subjects', Sociology, 45 (2), 1-16.
  • Simone Scherger, James Nazroo and Paul Higgs (2011), 'Leisure activities and retirement: Do structures of inequality change in older age?', Ageing and Society, 31 (1), 146-172.
  • Miles Tight, Paul Timms et al (2011), 'Visions for a Walking and Cycling Focussed Urban Transport System', Journal of Transport Geography, 19 (6), 1580-1589.
  • Vron Ware (2011), 'The new literary front: public diplomacy and the cultural politics of reading Arabic fiction in translation', New Formations (73), 56-77.
  • Vron Ware and Bolette B. Blaagaard (2011), 'Workings of whiteness: interview with Vron Ware', Social Identities, 17 (1), 153-161, available at DOI
  • Alban Webb (2011), 'A Leap of Imagination: BBC Audience Research Over the Iron Curtain', Participations.

Research briefings

Books

  • Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (2011), 'The New Blackwell Companion to the City', Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Sarah Byrne, Anne Clarke, Rodney Harrison, Robin Torrence (eds) (2011), 'Unpacking the Collection: Museums, Identity and Agency', Berlin: Springer.
  • Ewald Engelen, Ismail Erturk, Julie Froud, Sukhdev Johal, Adam Leaver, Michael Moran, Adriana Nilsson and Karel Williams (2011), 'After the Great Complacence: Financial Crisis and the Politics of Reform', Oxford: Oxford University Press, available at Amazon, UK.

Special edited journal issue

  • Marie Gillespie, Hugh Mackay and Alban Webb (eds) (2011), 'Designs and Devices: The Social Life of Audience Research Methods at the BBC World Service, 1932-2010', Participations.
  • Madeleine Reeves (2011), 'Movement, Power and Place in and Beyond Central Asia', Central Asian Survey.

Conference papers

  • Mike Savage and Niall Cunningham (2011), 'Preliminary findings from the Great British Class Survey', CRESC: The Sociology/Social History of Class in Contemporary Britain: Conversations with Anthropology 26 May 2011.
  • Niall Cunningham (2011), 'The Potential of e-Resource Collaboration in Irish and Celtic Studies: a Micro-Study of Edwardian Belfast', Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis (CDDA), Queen’s University of Belfast: Irish and Celtic Studies e-Resource Workshop 08 April 2011.

2010

 See also 2010 working papers

Refereed journal papers

  • Hannah Knox (2010), 'Cities and Organisation: The Information City and Urban Form', Culture and Organization, 16(3): 185 - 195', Culture and Organisation, 16 (3), 185-195.
  • (2010), 'Pragmatics and Politics: the case of industrial assurance in the UK', Journal of Cultural Economy, 3, 2 (Performativity, Politics and Economics Special Issue), pp. 205–224.
  • Liz McFall (2010), 'Pragmatics and Politics: the case of industrial assurance in the UK. Performativity, Politics and Economic', Journal of Cultural Economy, 3 (2), 205-223.
  • Vron Ware (2010), 'Whiteness in the Glare of War: soldiers, migrants and citizenship', Ethnicities, 10 (32), 313-330.
  • Matilda Andersson, Marie Gillespie and Hugh Mackay (2010), 'Mapping Digital Diasporas @ BBC World Service: Users and Uses of the Persian and Arabic Websites', Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 3 (2), 256-278.
  • Mark Banks (2010), 'Autonomy Guaranteed? Cultural Work and the Art-Commerce Relation', Journal for Cultural Research, 14 (3), 251.
  • Mark Banks (2010), 'Craft Labour and Creative Industries', International Journal of Cultural Policy, 16 (3), 305.
  • Wendy Bottero (2010), 'Intersubjectivity and Bourdieusian approaches to "identity"',Cultural Sociology, 4 (1), 3-22.
  • Ewald Engelen, Ismail Ertürk, Julie Froud, Adam Leaver and Karel Williams (2010),'Reconceptualizing financial innovation: frame, conjuncture and bricolage', Economy and Society, 39 (1), 33.
  • Ismail Ertürk, Julie Froud, Sukhdev Johal, Adam Leaver and Karel Williams (2010),'Ownership matters: private equity and the political division of ownership', Organization,17 (5), 543.
  • Ismail Ertürk, Adam Leaver and Karel Williams (2010), 'Hedge Funds as ‘War Machine’: Making the Positions Work', New Political Economy, 15 (1), 9.
  • Gillian Evans (2010), 'White Working Class Underachievement: the hazards of targeted attainment strategies', Education Review, the journal of the National Union of Teachers, 22(2).
  • Jacqui Gabb (2010), 'Home Truths: Ethical Issues in Family Research', Qualitative Research, 10 (4), 1.
  • Sarah Green (2010), 'Performing Border in the Aegean: on relocating political, economic and social relations', Journal of Cultural Economy, 3 (2), 17.
  • Penny Harvey (2010), 'Cementing Relations: The Materiality of Roads and Public Spaces in Provincial Peru', Social Analysis, 54 (2), 28-46.
  • Andrew Hill (2010), 'The BBC Empire Service: The Voice, The Discourse of the Master, and Ventriloquism', Cultural Studies, South Asian Diaspora, 2 (1), 25-38.
  • Hannah Knox, Damian O'Doherty, Theo Vurdubakis and Chris Westrup (2010), 'The Devil and Customer Relationship Management', Journal of Cultural Economy, 3 (3), 339-359.
  • Simone Scherger and Mike Savage (2010), 'Cultural transmission, educational attainment and social mobility', Sociological Review, 58 (3), 406.
  • Nick Thoburn (2010), 'Communist Objects and the Values of Printed Matter', Social Text, 28(2), 1.
  • Nick Thoburn (2010), 'Weatherman, the Militant Diagram, and the Problem of Political Passion', New Formations, 68, 125.
  • Nick Thoburn, E. Alliez, C. Colebrook, and P. Hallward (2010), 'Deleuzian Politics? A Roundtable Discussion', New Formations, 68, 143.
  • Jason Toynbee and Farida Vis (2010), 'World music at the World Service, 1942-2008: Public diplomacy, cosmopolitanism, contradiction’', Media, Culture and Society.
  • Peter Wade (2010), 'The Presence and Absence of Race', Patterns of Prejudice, 44, 43.
  • Barbara Waine (2010), 'New Labour and Pension Reform: Security in Retirement?', Social Policy and Administration, 43 (7), 754.
  • Vron Ware (2010), 'Lives on the Line', Soundings (45), 147-159, available at Ingenta Connect

Books

  • Tony Bennett (ed.) (2010), 'Material Powers', London: Routledge.
  • Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (eds) (2010), 'The Blackwell City Reader 2nd Edition',Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Jeannette Edwards, Penny Harvey and Peter Wade (eds.) (2010), 'Technologized Images, Technologized Bodies', Oxford: Berghahn Books.
  • Jacqui Gabb (2010), 'Researching Intimacy in Families', Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Rodney Harrison (ed.) (2010), 'Understanding the Politics of Heritage', Manchester & Milton Keynes: Manchester University Press, and in association with The Open University.
  • Rodney Harrison and John Schofield (2010), 'After modernity: Archaeological approaches to the contemporary past.', Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Hugh Mackay (series editor) (2010), 'Contemporary Wales', Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  • Mike Savage (2010), 'Identities and Social Change in Britain since 1940: the Politics of Method', Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press.

Book chapters

  • Wendy Bottero (2010), 'What is social stratification?', Sociology: Introductory Readings (3rd edition), Cambridge: Polity.
  • Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (2010), 'Introducing Division and Difference', 169-177, in Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson, The Blackwell City Reader.
  • Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (2010), 'Introducing Urban politics and Planning', 331-339, in Bridge and Watson, The Blackwell City Reader.
  • Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (2010), 'Introducing Materialities', 1-11, in Bridge and Watson, The Blackwell City Reader, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (2010), 'Introducing Mobilities', 97-103, in Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson, The Blackwell City Reader, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (2010), 'Introducing Urban Publics and Urban Cultures',253-261, in Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson, The Blackwell City Reader, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Fiona Devine (2010), 'Class', in M. Flinders, A. Gamble, C.Hay and M. Kenny (eds), The Oxford Handbook of British Politics, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Fiona Devine (2010), 'Class Reproduction, Occupational Inheritance and Occupational Choices', in John Scott, Rosemary Crompton and C Lyonette (eds), Gender Inequalities in the 21st Century, Class, Employment and Family, London: Edward Elgar.
  • Fiona Devine (2010), 'Habitus and Classification', in Elizabeth Silva and Alan Warde (eds),Cultural Analysis and Bourdieu’s Legacy: Settling Accounts and Developing Alternatives,London: Routledge.
  • Fiona Devine (2010), 'Upper middle ou lower middle? Classes moyennes et identite de class aux USA et en Angleterre', in in P.Bouffartique et al. (eds), Cadres, Class Moyenesses: vers L’eclatement?, Paris: Armand Colin/Recherches.
  • Gillian Evans (2010), ''What about White People’s History?’ Class, Race and Culture Wars in Contemporary Britain', 115-135, in Deborah James, Evie Plaice, and Christina Toren (eds), Culture Wars: Context, Models and Anthropologists’ Accounts, Oxford: Berghahn.
  • Gillian Evans (2010), 'The Value of Friendship: subject/object transformations in the economy of becoming a person', in Amit Desai and Evan Killick (eds), The Ways of Friendship: an anthropological exploration, Oxford: Berghahn.
  • Ruth Finnegan (2010), '¿Por qué estudiar la música? Relexiones de una antropóloga desde el campo [Why study music? an anthropologist's reflections from the field]', 203, in Francisco Cruces and Beatriz Pérez Galán (eds), Textos de Antropología Contemporánea,Madrid: Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.
  • Sarah Green (2010), 'Contested borders and non-particularity in the Balkans: on the problems of placing cultural elements around the Greek-Albanian border (in Greek)', 291, in Evangelos Avdikos (ed), Λαϊκοί Πολιτισμοί και Σύνορα στα Βαλκάνια (Popular Cultures and Borders in the Balkans), Athens: Pedio Books.
  • Penny Harvey and Hannah Knox (2010), 'Abstraction, Materiality and the "Science of the Concrete" in Engineering Practice', 124-141, Material Powers: Cultural Studies, History and the Material Turn, London: Routledge.
  • Penny Harvey and Hannah Knox (2010), 'Delivering Social Change: An Anthropological Approach to the Ethnography of Place', Social Researching: New Perspectives on Methods,London: Sage.
  • Penny Harvey and Soumhya Venkatesan (2010), 'Faith, Reason and the Ethic of Craftmanship: Creating Contingently Stable Worlds', 129-142, in Matei Candea, The Social After Gabriel Tarde: Debates and Assessments, London: Routledge.
  • John Law (2010), 'Care and Killing: Tensions in Veterinary Practice', 57-69, in Annemarie Mol, Ingunn Moser and Jeanette Pols (eds), Care in Practice: on Tinkering in Clinics, Homes and Farms, Bielefeld: Transcript.
  • John Law (2010), 'The Greer Bush Test: on Politics in STS', 269-281, in Madeleine Akrich, Yannick Barthe, Fabian Muniesa and Phillippe Mustar (eds), Debordements: Melanges offerts a Michel Callon, Paris: Ecole des Mines de Paris.
  • John Law (2010), 'The Materials of STS', 171-186, The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies, Oxford: OUP.
  • Madeleine Reeves (2010), 'Materialising State Space: 'Creeping Migration' and Territorial Intergrity in Southern Kyrgyzstan', 36, in Sally N. Cummings (ed), Symbolism and Power in Central Asia: Politics of the Spectacular, London: Routledge.
  • Madeleine Reeves (2010), 'Migrations, masculinité et transformations de l’espace social dans la vallée de Sokh', 131, in Marlene Laruelle (ed), Dynamiques migratoires et changements sociétaux en Asie Centrale, Paris: Editions Petra.
  • Evelyn Ruppert (2010), 'Making Population: From Censuses to Metrics', 157-173, in Leon Hempel, Susanne Krasmann and Ulrich Bröckling (eds), Sichtbarkeitsregime: Überwachung, Sicherheit Und Privatheit Im 21. Jahrhundert (Visibility Regimes: Monitoring, Security and Privacy in the 21st Century), Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, available at Leviathan Sonderheft 25.
  • Jason Toynbee (2010), 'Pirates of the Caribbean? How the absence of copyright enabled the emergence of popular music in Jamaica', in Lionel Bently, Jennifer Davis and Jane C. Ginsburg (eds), Copyright and Piracy: an Interdisciplinary Critique, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Special edited journal issue

  • (2010), 'Performativity, Economics And Politics: an introduction', Journal of Cultural Economy, 3 (2), 139-146.

2009

See also 2009 working papers

Research briefings

  • 'An Alternative Report on UK Banking Reform' (2009)
  • Alban Webb (2009), 'Public Diplomacy: Meeting New Challenges. Report of Wilton Park Conference 902', available at Public Diplomacy: Meeting New Challenges.

Refereed Journal Papers

  • Daniel Allington and Joan Swann (2009), 'Reading Groups and the Language of Literary Texts: A Case Study in Social Reading', Language and Literature, 18 (3), 247.
  • Daniel Allington and Joan Swann (2009), 'Researching Literary Reading as Social Practice', Language and Literature, 18 (3), 219.
  • Mark Banks (2009), 'Fit and Working Again? The Instrumental Leisure of the Creative Class', Environment and Planning A, 41 (3), 668.
  • Mark Banks and David Hesmondhalgh (2009), 'Looking for Work In Creative Industries Policy', International Journal of Cultural Policy, 15 (4), 415.
  • Michelle Bastian (2009), 'Inventing Nature: Re-writing Time and Agency in a More-than-Human World', Australian Humanities Review, 47, 99-106, available at Australian Humanities Review.
  • Wendy Bottero (2009), 'Relationality and social interaction', British Journal of Sociology, 60(2), 399-420.
  • Wendy Bottero (2009), 'Relationality and social interaction', British Journal of Sociology, 60(2), 399-420.
  • John Campbell, Gordon Fletcher and Anita Greenhill (2009), 'Conflict and identity shape shifting in an online financial community', Information Systems Journal, 19, 461.
  • Gordon Fletcher and Anita Greenhill (2009), 'Blog/shop: it is authentic so don't worry^^^',Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 7, 39.
  • Jacqui Gabb (2009), 'Researching Family Relationships: A Qualitative Mixed Methods Approach', Methodological Innovations Online, 4 (2), 37.
  • Sarah Green (2009), 'Borderline Living', Opinion section, in ESRC Society Now, 5 (Autumn), 15.
  • Rodney Harrison and John Schofield (2009), 'Archaeo-Ethnography, Auto-Archaeology: Introducing Archaeologies of the Contemporary Past', Special guest edited volume of Archaeologies journal, 5 (2).
  • Penny Harvey (2009), 'Between Narrative and Number: The Case of ARUP's 3D Digital City Model', Cultural Sociology, 3 (2), 257-276.
  • Andrew Hill (ed) (2009), 'In Two Gazes: Western Publics in the War on Terror', available at Geometer.
  • John Law (2009), 'Seeing Like a Survey', Cultural Sociology, 3 (2), 239-256.
  • Sharon Macdonald (2009), 'Reassembling Nuremberg, Reassembling Heritage', Journal of Cultural Economy 2, 1-2, 117, available at Reassembling Nuremburg.
  • Sharon Macdonald (2009), 'What role do museums play in the globalization of culture?',London Debates, available at London Debates.
  • Shinobu Majima and Niamh Moore (2009), 'Introduction: Rethinking Qualitative and Quantitative Methods', Cultural Sociology, 3 (2), 203-216.
  • Liz McFall (2009), 'Devices and desires: how useful is the ‘new’ new economic sociology of market attachment?', Sociology Compass, pp 267-282.
  • McFall E (2009), 'The agencement of life assurance, Assembling Culture', Journal of Cultural Economy, 2, 1-2 (Special Issue), pp 49-65.
  • McFall E & Dodsworth F (2009), 'Fabricating the Market: the material promotion of life assurance in the long nineteenth century', Journal of Historical Sociology, 22 ((1)), pp 30-54.
  • Liz McFall and Francis Dodsworth (2009), 'Fabricating the Market: The Promotion of Life Assurance in the Long Nineteenth Century', Journal of Historical Sociology, 22 (1), 30-54.
  • Andrew Miles and Alice Sullivan (2009), 'Understanding the relationship between taste and value in culture and sport', available at Understanding the relationship between taste and value in culture and sport.
  • Johnna Montgomerie (2009), 'The pursuit of (past) happiness? Middle-class indebtedness and American financialisation', New Political Economy, 14 (1), 1.
  • Johnna Montgomerie and Karel Williams (2009), 'Financialized Capitalism: After the Crisis and Beyond Neoliberalism', Competition and Change, 13 (2), 99.
  • Niamh Moore (2009), 'McLeod and Thomson, Researching Social Change (Sage, 2009): Book Review', Oral History, 37 (2), 110-111.
  • Madeleine Reeves (2009), 'Beyond economic determinism: microdynamics of migration from rural Kyrgyzstan [in Russian]', Neprikosnovennyi zapas (4), 262, available at По ту сторону экономического детерминизма: микродинамика миграции из сельского Кыргызстана.
  • Madeleine Reeves (2009), 'Materialising state space: ‘Creeping migration’ and territorial integrity in Southern Kyrgyzstan', Europe-Asia Studies, 61 (7), 192.
  • Evelyn Ruppert (2009), 'Becoming Peoples: 'Counting Heads in Northern Wilds'', Journal of Cultural Economy, 2 (1-2), 9-29.
  • Simone Scherger (2009), 'Cultural practices, age and the life course', Cultural Trends, 1(18), 23.
  • Simone Scherger (2009), 'Social change and the timing of family transitions in West Germany', Time and Society, 1 (18), 106.
  • Elizabeth Silva (2009), 'Display, desire and distinction in housing', Cultural Sociology, 3 (1),31.
  • Peter Wade (2009), 'Defining Blackness in Colombia', Journal de la Société des Américanistes, 95 (1), 165.
  • Sophie Watson (2009), 'Performing Religion: Migrants, the church and belonging in Marrickville, Sydney', Culture and Religion, 10 (3), 317.
  • Sophie Watson (2009), 'The Magic of the Market Place: Sociality in a Neglected Public Space', Urban Studies, 46 (8), 1577.
  • Kath Woodward (2009), 'Bodies on the margins: regulating bodies, regulatory bodies',Leisure Studies, 28 (2), 143.
  • Kath Woodward (2009), 'Hanging Out and Hanging About: Insider and Outside Research in the Sport of Boxing', Ethnography, 9 (4), 536.

Special edited journal issue

  • Mark Banks and Justin O’Connor (eds) (2009), 'After the Creative Industries', International Journal of Cultural Policy, 15 (4), 365-460.
  • Tony Bennett (ed) (2009), 'Assembling Culture', The Journal of Cultural Economy, 2 (1 and 2 (special double issue)).
  • Madeleine Reeves (ed) (2009), 'Po tu storonu ekonomicheskogo determinizma: mikrodinamki migratsii iż sel’skogo Kyrgyzstana', Neprikosnovennyi zapas (4), 262, available at Po tu storonu ekonomicheskogo determinizma: mikrodinamki migratsii iż sel’skogo Kyrgyzstana.

Book chapters

  • Tony Bennett (2009), 'The Art Museum as Civic Machiner', 57, in Charlotte Martinz-Turek and Monika Sommer (eds), Storyline. Narrationen im Museum, Vienna: Verlag Turia + Kant.
  • Wendy Bottero (2009), 'Class in the Twenty-First Century', Who Cares About the White Working Class?, London: Runnymede Trust, available at The Runnymede Trust.
  • Wendy Bottero, Paul Lambert, Ken Prandy and Stephen McTaggert (2009), 'Occupational Structures: The stratification space of social interaction', 141-150, Quantifying Theory: Pierrre Bourdieu, Secaucus: Springer.
  • Fiona Devine and Sue Heath (2009), 'Evidence and Methods in Social Science', in Fiona Devine and Sue Heath (eds), Doing Social Science: Evidence and Methods in Empirical Research, Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Jeannette Edwards (2009), ''Skipping a generation': genealogy and assisted conception', in Sandra Bamford and James Leach (eds), Genealogy beyond kinship: Sequence, Transmission, and Essence in Ethnography and Social Theory, Oxford: Berghahn Books.
  • Jeanette Edwards and Carles Salazar (eds) (2009), 'The social life of blood and genes', 303, in Enric Porqueres i Gené (ed), Les défis contemporains de la parenté, Paris: Presses de I'EHESS.
  • John Law and Vicky Singleton (2009), 'A Further Species of Trouble?', 229-242, in Martin Doering and Brigitte Nerlich (eds), From Mayhem to Meaning: The Cultural Meaning of the 2001 Outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease in the UK, Manchester.
  • Sharon Macdonald (2009), 'Memory, materiality and tourism', 3, in Birgit Braasch (ed),Major Concepts in Tourism Research – Memory, CTCC Research Papers, Leeds: Leeds Metropolitan University.
  • Simone Scherger (2009), 'Flexibilisierte Lebensläufe? Die Dynamik von Auszug und erster Heirat [Life courses under flexibilisation? The dynamics of moving out and first marriage]', 193, in Marc Szydlik (ed), Flexibilisierung. Folgen für Familie und Sozialstruktur,Wiesbaden.
  • Jason Toynbee (2009), 'Continuing the struggle in hard times', in Jonathan Pugh (ed), What is Radical Politics Today?, London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Jason Toynbee (2009), 'Creativity and intellectual property rights', in Helmut K. Anheier and Yudhishthir Raj Isar (eds), Cultures and Globalization Cultural Expression, Creativity and Innovation, London: Sage.
  • Barbara Waine (2009), '‘Personal Provision of Retirement Income in the UK’', in Jim Stewart and Gerard Hughes (eds), Personal Choice in the Provision of Retirement Income: Meeting the Needs of Older People?, London: Edward Elgar.
  • Vron Ware (2009), 'Mothers of Invention: Good hearts, Intelligent Minds and Subversive Acts', in Martina Tissberger, Gabriele Dietze, Daniela Hrzán and Jana Husmann-Kastein (eds), Weiß - Weißsein - Whiteness: Kritische Studien zu Gender und Rassismus Peter Lang Verlag.
  • Vron Ware (2009), 'The Ins and outs of Anglo-Saxonism', Breaking up Britain: Four Nations After a Union, London: Lawrence & Wishart.
  • Sophie Watson (2009), 'Brief Encounters of an unpredictable kind: Everyday Multiculturalism in three London street markets.', 125-140, in Wise, A and Velayutham, S ,Everyday Multiculturalism, London: Palgrave.

Books

  • Tony Bennett, Mike Savage, Elizabeth Silva, Alan Warde, Modesto Gayo-Cal and David Wright (2009), 'Culture, Class, Distinction', London: Routledge.
  • Fiona Devine and Sue Heath (eds) (2009), 'Doing Social Science: Evidence and Methods in Empirical Research', Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Jeanette Edwards and Carles Salazar (eds) (2009), 'European Cultures of Kinship in the Age of Biotechnology', Oxford & New York: Berghahn Books.
  • Andrew Hill (2009), 'Re-imagining the War on Terror: Seeing, waiting, travelling',Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Sharon Macdonald (2009), 'Difficult Heritage: Negotiating the Nazi Past in Nuremberg and Beyond', London: Routledge, available at Difficult Heritage.
  • Peter Wade (2009), 'Race and Sex in Latin America', London: Pluto Press.
  • Kath Woodward (2009), 'Embodied Sporting Practices; Regulating Bodies, Regulatory Bodies,', Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Kath Woodward (2009), 'Social Sciences: The Big Issues (2nd ed)', London: Routledge.
  • Kath Woodward and Sophie Woodward (2009), 'Why Feminism Matters: Feminism Lost and Found', Basingstoke: Palgrave.

2008

See also 2008 working papers

Books

  • 'Conduct: sociology and social worlds', Manchester: Manchester University Press (2008)
  • Tony Bennett (2008), 'Culture and Society: Collected Essays', Beijing: Guangxi Normal University Press.
  • Tony Bennett and John Frow (eds) (2008), 'Handbook of Cultural Analysis', London: Sage.
  • Talja Blokland and Mike Savage (2008), 'Networked urbanism: Social Capital on the Ground', Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Ian Buchanan and Nick Thoburn (2008), 'Deleuze and Politics', Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Simon Carter, Tim Jordan and Sophie Watson (eds) (2008), 'Security: Sociology and Social Worlds'.
  • Ismail Erturk, Julie Froud, Sukhdev Johal, Adam Leaver, Karel Williams (eds) (2008), 'Financialization at Work: Key Texts and Commentary', London: Routledge.
  • Graham Fairclough, Rodney Harrison, John Schofield and John H. Jameson Jnr (eds) (2008), 'The Heritage Reader', Abingdon & New York: Routledge.
  • Mike Savage and Karel Williams (eds) (2008), 'Remembering Elites', Oxford: Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Janet Wolff (2008), 'The Aesthetics of Uncertainty' Columbia University Press.

Research briefings

  • Sharon Macdonald (2008), 'Cosmopolitan Heritage: placements and displacements', available at Cosmopolitan Heritage.
  • Y. Li, Fiona Devine and A. Heath (2008), 'Equality Group Inequalities in Education, Employment and Earnings: A Research Review and Analysis of Trends over Time'.
  • Johnna Montgomerie (2008), 'Private Equity’s Impact on the Economy and the Labour Market, Anglo-German Foundation'.

Refereed journal papers

  • Basilio Acerete, Jean Shaoul and Anne Stafford (2008), 'Taking its toll: the cost of private roads in Spain', Public Money and Management, 29 (1), 19.
  • Daniel Allington and Joan Swann (2008), 'How to do things with literature: blasphemous speech acts, satanic intentions, and the uncommunicativeness of verses', Poetics Today, 29 (3), 473.
  • Francis Dodsworth (2008), 'The Idea of Police in Eighteenth-Century England: Discipline, Reformation, Superintendence, c. 1780-1800', Journal of the History of Ideas, 69 (4), 583-604.
  • Ismail Erturk, Julie Froud, Sukhdev Johal, Adam Leaver, David Shammai and Karel Williams (2008), 'Corporate Governance and Impossibilism', Journal of Cultural Economy, 1 (2), 109.
  • Hazel Gillard, Debra Howcroft, Natalie Mitev and Helen Richardson (2008), '‘Missing Women’: Gender, ICTs and the Shaping of the Global Economy', IT for Development, 14 (4), 262.
  • Sarah Green (2008), 'Eating money and clogging things up: on the paradoxes of elite mediation, partiality and interests in Epirus, north-western Greece', Sociological Review, 56 (1/2), 260.
  • Penny Harvey and Hannah Knox (2008), '"Otherwise Engaged": Culture, Deviance and the Quest for Connectivity through Road Construction', Journal of Cultural Economy, 1 (1), 79-92.
  • Andrew Hill and Andrew White (2008), 'The Flying of Israeli Flags in Northern Ireland', Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 15 (1), 31-50.
  • Debra Howcroft and Eileen M.Trauth (2008), 'The Implications of a Critical Agenda in Gender and IS Research', Information Systems Journal, 18 (2), 185.
  • Hannah Knox, Damian O'Doherty, Theo Vurdubakis and Chris Westrup (2008), 'Enacting Airports: Space, Movement and Modes of Ordering', Organization, 15 (6), 869-888.
  • John Law (2008), 'Culling, Catastrophe and Collectivity', Distinktion, 16, 61-77.
  • John Law (2008), 'On Sociology and STS', The Sociological Review, 4 (56), 623–649.
  • John Law and Annemarie Mol (2008), 'Globalisation in Practice: On the Politics of Boiling Pigswill', Geoforum, 39 (1), 133-143.
  • Sharon Macdonald (2008), 'Museum Europe. Negotiating heritage', Anthropological Journal of European Cultures, 17, 47, Berghahn Journals.
  • Christine McLean and Rafael Alcadipani (2008), 'Management Studies: Some Reflections', Brazilian Administration Review, 5 (1), 70.
  • Johnna Montgomerie (2008), 'Bridging the critical divide: global finance, financialisation and contemporary capitalism', Contemporary Politics, 14 (3), 233.
  • Niamh Moore (2008), 'Ecofeminism, Non-Violence and the Future of Feminism', International Feminist Journal of Politics, 10 (3), 282-298.
  • Niamh Moore (2008), 'The Rise and Rise of Ecofeminism as a Development Fable - A Response to Melissa Leach’s “Earth Mothers and Other Ecofeminist Fables: How a Strategic Notion Rose and Fell”', Development and Change, 39 (3), 461-475.
  • Niamh Moore (2008), '‘Debating Eco/feminist Natures’', International Feminist Journal of Politics, 10 (3), 314-321.
  • Stewart Muir (2008), 'Methods? Researching family background in everyday lives', Qualitative Researcher, 7.
  • Madeleine Reeves (2008), 'Materialising Borders', Anthropology News, 49 (5), 12.
  • Evelyn Ruppert (2008), ''I Is; Therefore I Am': The Census as Narrative and Practice of Double Identification', Sociological Research Online, 13 (4).
  • Mike Savage (2008), 'Histories, belongings, communities', International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 11 (2), 151.
  • Jean Shaoul, Anne Stafford and Pamela Stapleton (2008), 'The Cost of Using Private Finance to Build, Finance and Operate Hospitals', Public Money and Management, 28 (2), 101.
  • Elizabeth Silva (2008), 'Cultural capital and visual art in the contemporary UK', Special Issue on ‘The consequences of instrumental museum and gallery policy’, Cultural Trends, 17 (4), 267.
  • Elizabeth Silva and David Wright (2008), 'Researching Cultural Capital: Complexities in mixing methods', Methodological Innovations, 2 (3).
  • Sophie Watson (2008), 'Productive Potentialities in Public-Private and Private-Public Space', Urban Design (108), 31-34.
  • Peter Wade (2008), 'African diaspora and Colombian popular music in the twentieth century', Black Music Research Journal, 28 (2), 41.
  • Peter Wade (2008), 'El hombre cazador: genero y violencia en contextos de musica y bebida en Colombia', La manzana de la discordia, 3 (1), 85.
  • Peter Wade (2008), 'Población negra y la cuestión identitaria en América Latina', Universitas Humanística, 65, 113.
  • Barbara Waine (2008), 'Rules for the Rich? Contemporary Trends in Executive Pensions’', Competition and Change, 12 (3), 287.
  • Vron Ware (2008), 'Towards a sociology of resentment: A debate on class and whiteness', Sociological Research Online, 13 (5), 9, available at Sociological Research Online.
  • Alban Webb (2008), 'Constitutional Niceties: three crucial dates in Cold War relations between the BBC External Services and the Foreign Office', Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 28 (4), 557-567.

Book chapters

  • Fiona Devine (2008), 'Class Reproduction and Social Networks in the US', in L. Weiss (ed.), The Way Class Works: Readings on School, Family and the Economy, New York: Routledge.
  • Fiona Devine, Peter Halfpenny, N.J. Britton and R. Mellor (2008), 'Conserving the past of the Quiet Suburb: Urban Politics, Associational Networks and Speaking for the Community', in T. Blokland Mike Savage (eds), Networked Urbanism: Critical Perspectives on Social Capital in the City, Basingstoke: Ashgate.
  • Francis Dodsworth (2008), 'Governing Conduct: Law, Order and Morality', 121-51, in Simon Carter, Paul du Gay and Liz McFall, Conduct: Sociology and Social Worlds, Manchester: Manchester University Press.
  • Gillian Evans (2008), 'Learning About Human Development from a Study of Educational Failure', 119, in Alan Fogel, Barbara J. King and Stuart G. Shanker (eds), Human Development in the Twenty First Century: visionary ideas from systems scientists, New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Julie Froud, Adam Leaver, Gindo Tampubolon and Karel Williams (2008), 'Everything for sale: How non-executive directors make a difference', in Mike Savage and Karel Williams (eds), Remembering Elites: Sociological Review Monograph, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Dave Griffiths, Andrew Miles and Mike Savage (2008), 'The End of the English Cultural Elite?', 187, in Mike Savage and Karel Williams (eds), Remembering Elites, Sociological Review Monograph, Oxford: Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Penelope Harvey (2008), 'Language States', 193-213, in Deborah Poole (ed), Companion to Latin American Anthropology, New York: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Penelope Harvey (2008), 'Relaciones Experimentales: la antropologia y la ciencia imprecisa de la ingenieria', 29-53, Retos Teoricos y Nuevas Practicas, Donostia: ANKULEKI.
  • David Hesmondhalgh and Jason Toynbee (2008), 'Why media studies needs better social theory', 1, in David Hesmondhalgh and Jason Toynbee (eds), The Media and Social Theory, London: Routledge.
  • Andrew Hill (2008), 'Hostage Videos in The War on Terror', 247-262, in Sean Redmond and Karen Randell (eds), The War Body on Screen, London: Continuum.
  • Hannah Knox, Damian O'Doherty, Theo Vurdubakis and Chris Westrup (2008), 'Screenworlds: Information Technology and the Performance of Business Knowledge in The Evolution of Business Knowledge Ed. Oxford Oxford University Press: 273-294.', 273-294, The Evolution of Business Knowledge, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • John Law (2008), 'Actor-Network Theory and Material Semiotics', 141-158, in Bryan S. Turner (ed), The New Blackwell Companion to Social Theory 3rd Edition, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • John Law (2008), 'Practising Nature and Culture: an Essay for Ted Benton', 65-82, in Sandra Moog and Rob Shields (eds), Nature, Social Relations and Human Needs: Essays in Honour of Ted Benton, London: Palgrave.
  • John Law and Annemarie Mol (2008), 'The Actor-Enacted: Cumbrian Sheep in 2001', 57-77, in Lambros Malafouris and Carl Knappett (eds), Material Agency: Towards a Non-Anthropocentric Approach, Dusseldorf: Springer.
  • Liz McFall (2008), 'History of Advertising', International Encyclopaedia of Communication, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Mike Savage (2008), 'Culture, Class and Classification', 467, in Tony Bennett and John Frow (eds), The Sage Handbook of Cultural Analysis, London: Sage.
  • Mike Savage, Gindo Tampubolon and Alan Warde (2008), 'Political Participation, Social Networks, and the City', 171, in Talja Blokland and Mike Savage (eds), Networked Urbanism, Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Mike Savage and Karel Williams (2008), 'Elites: remembered in capitalism but forgotten by social sciences', 1, in Mike Savage and Karel Williams (eds), Remembering Elites, Sociological Review Monograph, Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Grahame Thompson (2008), 'The interrelationship between global and corporate governance: towards a democratization of the business firm', in Andreas Georg Scherer and Guido Palazzo (eds), Handbook of Research on Corporate Citizenship, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Grahame Thompson (2008), 'The Supra-national Regionalization of the International Financial System: How Far and With What Prospects?', in Geoffrey R. D. Underhill, Jasper Blom and Daniel Mügge, Global Financial Integration 30 Years On, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Jason Toynbee (2008), 'Media making and social reality', 265, in David Hesmondhalgh and Jason Toynbee (eds), The Media and Social Theory, London: Routledge.
  • Sophie Watson (2008), 'Fear in the city', in Simon Carter Tim Jordan Sophie Watson, Security: Sociology and Social Worlds (Making Social Worlds), Manchester: Manchester University Press.
  • Kath Woodward (2008), 'Gendered Bodies: Gendered Lives', in Diane Richardson and Victoria Robinson (eds), Introducing Gender and Women's Studies, London: Palgrave.

Special edited journal issue

  • Marie Gillespie, Alban Webb and Gerd Baumann (eds) (2008), 'The BBC World Service 1932-2007: Cultural Exchange and Public Diplomacy', Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 28 (4).
  • Madeleine Reeves (ed) (2008), 'Ethnicity, language and categories of analysis in N. Kosmarskaya’s Deti imperii v post-sovetskoi tsetral’noi Azii', Etnograficheskoe obozrenie (2), 24.

2007

See also 2007 working papers

Refereed journal papers

  • Daniel Allington (2007), '‘How come most people don’t see it?’: Slashing The Lord of the Rings', Social Semiotics, 17 (1), 43.
  • Tony Bennett, Francis Dodsworth and Patrick Joyce (2007), 'Introduction: Liberalisms, Government, Culture', Cultural Studies, 21 (4-5), 525-548.
  • Wendy Bottero (2007), 'Social interaction and inequality', Sociology Compass, 1 (2), 814-831.
  • John Campbell, Gordon Fletcher and Anita Greenhill (2007), 'Sustainable virtual world ecosystems', SIGMIS Database, 38 (4), 29.
  • Francis Dodsworth (2007), 'Police and the Prevention of Crime: Commerce, Temptation and the Corruption of the Body Politic, from Fielding to Colquhoun', British Journal of Criminology, 47 (3), 439-454.
  • Ismail Erturk, Julie Froud, Sukhdev Johal, Adam Leaver and Karel Williams (2007), 'Against agency: a positional critique', Economy and Society, 36 (1), 51.
  • Ismail Erturk, Julie Froud, Sukhdev Johal, Adam Leaver and Karel Williams (2007), 'The Democratisation of Finance? Promises, Outcomes and Conditions', Review of International Political Economy, 14 (4), 553-575.
  • Ismail Erturk and Stefano Solari (2007), 'Banks as Continuous Reinvention', New Political Economy, 12 (3), 369-388.
  • Peter Folkman, Julie Froud, Sukhdev Johal and Karel Williams (2007), 'Working for themselves: Capital market intermediaries and present day capitalism', Business History,49 (4), 552.
  • Julie Froud, Adam Leaver and Karel Williams (2007), 'New actors in a financialised economy and the remaking of capitalism', New Political economy, 12 (3), 339.
  • Julie Froud and Karel Williams (2007), 'Private equity and the culture of value extraction',New Political Economy, 12 (3), 405.
  • Marie Gillespie (2007), 'Media, Security and Multicultural Citizenship: a Collaborative Ethnography', European Journal of Cultural Studies, 10 (3), 275.
  • Marie Gillespie (2007), 'Remembering Roger: Diasporic Dialogues', International Journal of Communication, 1, 1.
  • Anita Greenhill and Gordon Fletcher (2007), 'Exploring 'Events' as an Information Systems Research Methodology', International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 3,1871.
  • Anita Greenhill and Gordon Fletcher (2007), 'Preface - Postmodern Methods in the Context of Human-Computer Interaction', International Journal of Technology and Human Computer Interaction, 3 (1), 1.
  • Andrew Hill (2007), 'The Cemented with Love Controversy: Sam Thompson and the BBC in Northern Ireland', Journal of British Cinema and Television, 4 (1), 121-139.
  • Andrew Hill and John Hill (2007), '‘Just the same part of the United Kingdom as your county Sussex’: the BBC and the arrival of television in Northern Ireland in the 1950s',Journal of British Cinema and Television, 4 (2), 253-271.
  • Debra Howcroft and Robert McDonald (2007), 'An ethnographic study of IS investment appraisal', International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 39 (3), 69.
  • Hannah Knox, Damian O'Doherty, Theo Vurdubakis and Chris Westrup (2007), 'Rites of Passage: Organization as an Excess of Flows’, Scandinavian Journal of Management',Scandinavian Journal of Management, 23 (3), 265-284.
  • Hannah Knox, Damian O'Doherty, Theo Vurdubakis and Chris Westrup (2007),'Transformative Capacity, Information Technology, and the Making of Business 'Experts'', The Sociological Review, 55(1): 22-41', The Sociological Review, 15 (1), 22-41.
  • Paul Lambert, Ken Prandy and Wendy Bottero (2007), 'By slow degrees: two centuries of social reproduction and mobility in Britain', Sociological Research Online, 12 (1), available at By slow degrees.
  • Hugh Mackay (2007), 'Analogue switch-off: multi-channel viewing by ‘the reluctant 50%'', European Journal of Cultural Policy, 13 (1), 33.
  • Shinobu Majima and Mike Savage (2007), 'Have there been culture shifts in Britain?',Cultural Sociology, 1 (3), 293.
  • McFall E (2007), 'The Disinterested Self: the idealized subject of life assurance', Cultural Studies, 21 4-5 (July-August), pp 591-609.
  • Niamh Moore (2007), '(Re)Using Qualitative Data?', Sociological Research Online, 12 (3), available at Sociological Research Online.
  • Stewart Muir (2007), 'The Good of New Age Goods: Commodified Images of Aboriginality in New Age and Alternative Spiritualities', Culture and Religion, 8 (3).
  • Evelyn Ruppert, Claude Bellavance and Franc Normand (2007), 'Census in Context: Documenting and Understanding the Making of 20th Century Canadian Censuses', Historical Methods, 40 (2), 92-103.
  • Mike Savage (2007), 'Changing social class identities in post-war Britain: Perspectives from mass-observation', Sociological Research Online, 12 (3).
  • Mike Savage and Roger Burrows (2007), 'The coming crisis of empirical sociology',Sociology, 41 (5), 885.
  • Elizabeth Silva (2007), 'What’s [Yet] to Be Seen? Re-Using Qualitative Data', Sociological Research Online: Refereed Special Section: ‘Reusing Qualitative Data’, 12 (3), 16.
  • Nick Thoburn (2007), 'Patterns of Production: Cultural Studies after Hegemony', Theory, Culture and Society, 24 (3), 79.
  • Grahame Thompson (2007), 'Is it all in the Performance? Players and their Games',Organisation, 14 (1), 295.
  • Grahame Thompson (2007), 'Religious Fundamentalisms, Territory and ‘Globalization’',Economy and Society, 36 (1).
  • Grahame Thompson (2007), 'The fate of territorial engineering: Mechanisms of territorial power and post-liberal forms of international governance', International Politics, 44, 487.
  • Vron Ware (2007), 'The White Fear Factor', Wasafiri special issue on Terror in Contemporary Writing and Representation, 22 (2), 51.
  • Alban Webb and Catherine Haddon (2007), ''An Internal Housekeeping Matter': Whitehall and the BBC Monitoring Service', The Political Quarterly, 78 (2), 214-223.
  • Kath Woodward (2007), 'On and Off the Pitch: Diversity policies and transforming identities?', Cultural Studies, 21 (4-5 July/ September), 758.

Books

  • Mark Banks (2007), 'The Politics of Cultural Work', Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Jeannette Edwards, Penny Harvey and Peter Wade (eds) (2007), 'Anthropology and Science: Epistemologies in Practice', Oxford: Berghahn Books.
  • Gillian Evans (2007), 'Educational Failure and Working Class White Children in Britain'Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Jason Toynbee (2007), 'Bob Marley: Herald of a Postcolonial World?', Cambridge: Polity Press.
  • Peter Wade (ed) (2007), 'Race, ethnicity and nation: perspectives from kinship and genetics', Oxford: Berghahn Books.
  • Vron Ware (2007), 'Who cares About Britishness? A global view of the national identity debate', London: Arcadia Books.
  • Kath Woodward (2007), 'Boxing, Masculinity and Identity The 'I' of the Tiger', London:Routledge.

Special edited journal issue

  • Sophie Chevalier, Jeanette Edwards and Sharon Macdonald (eds) (2007), 'Anthropology at Home in Britain', Ethnologie Française, 2.
  • Marie Gillespie, Alban Webb and Ger Baumann (eds) (2007), 'The BBC World Service 1932-2007: Broadcasting Britishness Abroad', The Historical
  • Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 28 (4).

Book chapters

  • Francis Dodsworth (2007), 'Masculinity as Governance: Police, Public Service and the Embodiment of Authority, c. 1700-1850', 33-53, in Matthew
  • McCormack (ed), Public Men: Masculinity and Politics in Modern Britain, Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Penny Harvey (2007), 'Arresting Mobility or Locating Expertise: "Globalisation" and the "Knowledge Society"', 163-183, in Marianne Elisabeth Lien
  • and Marit Melhuus (eds),Holding Worlds Together: Ethnographies of Knowing and Belonging, Oxford: Berghahn Books.
  • Paul Hirst and Grahame Thompson (2007), 'The Future of Globalization', in Paul James (ed),Globalization and Economy, London & California: Sage
  • Publishing.
  • John Law (2007), 'Making a Mess with Method', 595-606, in William Outhwaite and Stephen P. Turner (eds), The Sage Handbook of Social Science Methodology, Beverley Hills and London: Sage.
  • John Law (2007), 'Pinboards and Books: Learning, Materiality and Juxtaposition', 125, inDavid Kritt and Lucien T. Wineger (eds), Education and Technology: Critical Perspectives, Possible Futures, Maryland: Lanham.
  • Brian Longhurst, Gaynor Bagnall and Mike Savage (2007), 'Place, elective belonging and the diffused audience', in Jonathan Gray, Cornel Sandvoss and Lee Harrington (eds),Fandom: identities and communities in a mediatised world, New York: New York University Press.
  • Christine McLean (2007), 'Actor-networks and sociological symmetry', 45, in John Hassard, Mihaela Kelemen and Julie Wolfram-Cox (eds), Disorganisation Theory: Explorations in Alternative Organisational Analysis Routledge.
  • Johnna Montgomerie (2007), 'Neoliberalism and the making of the subprime borrower', inMartijn Konings (ed.), The Great Credit Crash.
  • Johnna Montgomerie (2007), 'The Logic of Neoliberalism and the Political Economy of Consumer debt-led Growth', in Simon Lee and Stephen McBride (eds), State Power and Global Governance in the Twenty First Century, Dordecht, Netherlands:.
  • Niamh Moore (2007), 'Imagining Feminist Futures: The Third Wave, Postfeminism and Ecofeminism', 125-141, in Stacy Gillis, Gillian Howie and Becky Munford (eds), Third Wave Feminism: A Critical Exploration, London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Madeleine Reeves (2007), 'Travels in margins of the state: Everyday geography in the Ferghana Valley borderlands', 281, in Jeff Sahadeo and Russell
  • Zanca (eds), Everyday Life in Central Asia Past and Present, Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • Jean Shaoul (2007), 'PFI: The evidence', in Colin Talbot and Matt Baker (eds), The Alternative Comprehensive Spending Review, Manchester:Manchester University Press.
  • Jean Shaoul (2007), 'The financial realities of leasing trains: The British Experience', inRosario Macario,Jose Viegas and David A.Henscher (eds), Competition and ownership in land passenger transport: selected papers from the 9th international conference (Thredbo 9)Elsevier.
  • Jean Shaoul (2007), 'The private finance initiative or the public funding of private profit?', in Graeme Hodge and Carsten Greve (eds), The challenge of public private partnerships: learning from international experience, Manchester: Manchester University Press.
  • Elizabeth Silva (2007), 'Gender, class, emotional capital and consumption in family life',141, in Emma Casey and Lydia Martens (eds), Gender and Consumption: Domestic Cultures and the Commercialisation of Everyday Life, Hampshire: Ashgate.
  • Elizabeth Silva (2007), 'Security, self and the home', 81, in Simon Carter, Tim Jordan and Sophie Watson (eds), Security. Making Social Worlds, Manchester: Manchester University Press.
  • Grahame Thompson (2007), 'Global Inequality, the “Great Divergence” and Supra-National Regionalization', in David Held and Ayse Kaya (eds), Global Inequality: A Comprehensive Overview, Cambridge: Polity Press.
  • Vron Ware (2007), 'The Future of Feminism: What Other Way to Speak?', in Celia R. Daileader, Rhoda E. Johnson and Amilcar Shabazz (eds), Women and Others Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Kath Woodward (2007), 'Real Men? Boxing and Masculinity', in Michael Berkowitz and Ruti Ungar (eds), Fighting Black? Jewish and Black Boxers in Britain, London.
  • Kath Woodward (2007), 'Embodied Identities', in Ian Wellard (ed), Re-Thinking Gender and Sport, London: Routledge.

2006

See also 2006 working papers

Refereed journal papers

  • Daniel Allington (2006), 'First steps towards a rhetorical psychology of literary interpretation', Journal of Literary Semantics, 35 (2), 123–144.
  • Michelle Bastian (2006), 'Haraway’s Lost Cyborg and the Possibilities of Transversalism',Signs: a Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 43 (3), 1027-1049.
  • Gillian Evans (2006), 'Learning, Violence and the Social Structure of Value', Social Anthropology, 14 (2), 247-259.
  • Gordon Fletcher and Anita Greenhill (2006), 'We like… cultural traits in cyberculture', The Internet Society II: Advances in Education, Commerce & Governance, WIT Transactions on Information and Communication Technologies, 36, 235-244.
  • Gordon Fletcher, Anita Greenhill and John Campbell (2006), 'Fight club: culture, conflict and everyday life amongst an online 'community'', International Journal of Web Based Communities, 2 (4), 474-489.
  • Modesto Gayo-Cal, Mike Savage and Alan Warde (2006), 'A cultural map of the United Kingdom, 2003', Cultural Trends, 15 (2/3), 213-237.
  • Marie Gillespie (2006), 'Security, Media, Legitimacy: Multi-ethnic Media Publics and the Iraq War 2003', International Relations: Special Issue: Representing Security, 20 (4), 467-486.
  • Marie Gillespie (2006), 'Transnational Television Audiences after September 11, 2001',Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies as Guest Editor Special Issue: After September 11: Television News and Transnational Audiences, 32 (6), 903-921.
  • Anita Greenhill and Melanie Wilson (2006), 'Haven or hell? Telework, flexibility and family in the e-society: a Marxist analysis', European Journal of Information Systems, 15, 379–388.
  • Andrew Hill (2006), ''Northern Ireland and Pre-Troubles Television Drama'', Media History,12 (1), 47-60.
  • Andrew Hill (2006), 'The Bin Laden Tapes', Journal for Cultural Research, 10 (1), 35-46.
  • Hannah Knox, Mike Savage and Penny Harvey (2006), 'Social networks and the study of relations: networks as method, metaphor and form', Economy and Society, 35 (1), 113-140.
  • John Law (2006), 'Disaster in Agriculture, or Foot and Mouth Mobilities', Environment and Planning, A (38), 227-239.
  • Sharon Macdonald (2006), 'Mediating heritage: tour guides at the former Nazi party rally grounds', Tourist Studies, 6 (2), 119-138.
  • Sharon Macdonald (2006), 'Undesirable heritage: historical consciousness and Fascist material culture in Nuremberg', International Journal of Heritage Research, 12 (1), 9-28, available at Undesriable Heritage.
  • Sharon Macdonald (2006), 'Words in Stone? Agency and Identity in a Nazi Landscape',Journal of Material Culture, 11 (1/2), 105-126, available at Words in Stone?.
  • Johnna Montgomerie (2006), 'Financialisation of the American Credit Card Industry',Competition and Change, 10 (3), 301-319.
  • Johnna Montgomerie (2006), 'Giving Credit where it is due: public policy and household indebtedness in Anglo-America', Policy and Society, 25 (3), 109-142.
  • Niamh Moore (2006), 'The Context of Context: Broadening Perspectives in the Reuse of Qualitative Data', Methodological Innovations Online, 1 (2), available at Methodological Innovations Online .
  • Helen J. Richardson and Debra Howcroft (2006), 'The contradictions of CRM - a critical lens on call centres', Information & Organization, 16 (2), 56-81.
  • Evelyn Ruppert (2006), 'Rights to Public Space: Regulatory Reconfigurations of Liberty',Urban Geography, 27 (3), 271-292.
  • Grahame Thompson (2006), 'Exploring Sameness and Difference: Fundamentalisms and the Future of Globalization', Globalizations, 3 (4), 427-433.
  • Grahame Thompson (2006), 'Tracking Global Corporate Citizenship: Some Reflections on “Lovesick” Companies', Institute for International Integration Studies (IIIS) Discussion Paper No. 192, 192, available at Discussion Paper 192.
  • Jason Toynbee (2006), 'Copyright, the work and phonographic orality in music', Social and Legal Studies, 15 (1), 77-99.
  • Eileen M. Trauth and Debra Howcroft (2006), 'Critical empirical research in IS: an example of gender and the IT workforce', Information Technology and People, 19 (3), 272-292.
  • Peter Wade (2006), 'Afro-Latin Studies: Reflections on the Field', Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies, 1 (1), 105-124.
  • Peter Wade (2006), 'Etnicidad, multiculturalismo y politicas sociales en Latinoamerica: poblaciones afrolatinas (e indigenas)', Tabula Rasa, Revista de Humanidades, 4, 59-82.
  • Barbara Waine (2006), 'Individualised pension provision: UK experience, US Plans',Benefits, The Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 14 (3), 223-230.
  • Barbara Waine (2006), 'Ownership and Security: Individualised Pensions and Pension Policy in the UK and US', Competition and Change, 10 (3), 321-337.
  • Vron Ware (2006), 'Info-War and the Politics of Feminist Curiosity: Exploring New Frameworks for Feminist Intercultural Studies', Cultural Studies, 20 (6), 526–551.
  • Alban Webb (2006), 'Auntie Goes to War Again: the BBC External Services, the Foreign Office and the early Cold War', Media History, 12 (2), 117-132.
  • Special edited journal issue
  • Tony Bennett and Elizabeth Silva (eds) (2006), 'Culture, Taste and Social Divisions in Contemporary Britain', Cultural Trends, 15 (2/3).
  • Marie Gillespie (ed) (2006), 'After September 11: Television News and Transnational Audiences; special issue', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 32.
  • Grahame Thompson (ed) (2006), 'Globalization of Trade and Finance (Part 2)', e-Module in association with the Geneva Centre for Security Policy and NATO Defence College, available at Part 2.
  • Grahame Thompson (ed) (2006), 'Talking democracy: China’s lesson in Denmark', openDemocracy.

Book chapters

  • Julie Froud, Adam Leaver, Karel Williams and Wei Zhang (2006), 'The quiet panic about financial illiteracy', 112–125, in Libby Assassi, Duncan Wigan and Anastasia Nesvetailova,Global Finance after Deregulation, London: Palgrave.
  • Marie Gillespie (2006), 'L’Umorismo Reconquistato’: La Comedia Televisiva Anglo-Asiatica', 156, in Simona Bodo and Maria Rita (ed), Quando la Cultura fa la Differenza Patrimonia arti e Media nella Sociata Multiculturale.
  • Johnna Montgomerie (2006), 'The Alchemy of Banks: the credit card industry after deregulation', in Libby Assassi, Duncan Wigan and Anastasia Nesvetailova (eds), After De-regulation: finance in the 21st century, London: Palgrave.
  • Mike Savage, Yaojun Li and Gindo Tampubolon (2006), 'Social capital, networks and associations', 70-94, in Rosalind Evans, Jane Franklin and Janet Holland (eds), Assessing Social Capital, London: Routledge.
  • Nick Thoburn (2006), 'Vacuoles of Noncommunication: Minor Politics, Communist Style and the Multitude', in Ian Buchanan and Adrian Parr (eds), Deleuze and the Contemporary World, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Grahame Thompson (2006), '"Global corporate citizenship”: what does it mean?', in Thomas Clarke and Marie de la Rama (eds), Corporate Governance and Globalization,London & California: Sage Publishing.
  • Grahame Thompson (2006), 'EMU and Fiscal Policy', A Handbook of European Politics,Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Jason Toynbee (2006), 'The media’s view of the audience', 91-132, in David Hesmondhalgh (ed), Media Production, (Vol 4 of Understanding Media series), Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Books

  • Marie Gillespie and Jason Toynbee (eds) (2006), 'Analysing Media Texts', Maidenhead: Open University Press.
  • Sukhdev Johal, Adam Leaver and Karel Williams (2006), 'Financialization and Strategy, Narrative and Numbers', London: Routledge.
  • Evelyn Ruppert (2006), 'The Moral Economy of Cities: Shaping Good Citizens', Toronto: University of Toronto Press, available at UTP.
  • Eileen Trauth, Debra Howcroft, Tom Butler, Brian Fitzgerald and Janice DeGross (eds) (2006),'Social Inclusion: Societal & Organizational Implications for Information Systems' Springer-Verlag.
  • Sophie Watson (2006), 'City Publics: The (dis) enchantments of Urban Encounters',London: Routledge.
  • Sophie Watson and David Studdert (2006), 'Markets as Sites of Social Interaction: Spaces of Diversity' Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Policy Press.

Research briefings

  • Alban Webb, Rosaleen Hughes and Stephen Twigge (2006), 'Scholarship and the Freedom of Information Act: Year One. Report of the British Academy Specialist Workshop'.

2005

See also 2005 working papers

Research briefings

  • (2005), 'Accounting for subsidies after rail privatisation'.
  • Christine McLean and Andreas Hild (2005), 'Evaluating the experience of clinicians of the Electronic Care Plan'.

Conference Papers

  • (2005), 'Exploring Issues of Integration and Fragmentation'.
  • (2005), 'Metaphysics of Critique'.
  • (2005), 'Timing, Spacing and Organising: a critical examination'.

Refereed journal papers

  • Daniel Allington (2005), 'Re-reading the script: a discursive appraisal of the use of the ‘schema’ in cognitive poetics', Working with English, 2 (1-9).
  • Michel Callon and John Law (2005), 'On Qualculation, Agency and Otherness', Society and Space (23), 717–733.
  • Tony Cutler and Barbara Waine (2005), 'Incentivizing the Poor Relation: ‘Performance’ and the Pay of Public-sector ‘Senior Managers’', Competition and Change, 9 (1), 75–87.
  • Francis Dodsworth (2005), 'Virtus on Whitehall: The Politics of Palladianism in William Kent’s Treasury Building, 1733-6', Journal of Historical Sociology, 18 (4), 282-317.
  • Jeanette Edwards (2005), ''Make-up': bringing out persons in new reproductive and genetic technologies', Ethnos, 70 (3), 413-431.
  • Ismail Erturk, Julie Froud, SukhdevJohal and Karel Williams (2005), 'Pay for performance or pay as social division', Competition and Change, 9 (1), 49-74.
  • Jacqui Gabb (2005), 'Lesbian M/Otherhood: Strategies of familial-linguistic management in lesbian parent families', Sociology, 39 (4), 585–603.
  • Jacqui Gabb (2005), 'Locating Lesbian Parent Families', Gender, Place, Culture, 36 (4),419–432.
  • Jacqui Gabb, Rachel Balen, Graham R. Gibbs, Christopher Hall, and Andrew Teal (2005),'Victoria Climbié Inquiry Data Corpus Project: Using the Delphi Method in Multidisciplinary Child Protection Research', British Journal of Social Work, 36 (4), 577-596.
  • Sarah Green, Penny Harvey and Hannah Knox (2005), 'Scales of place and networks: an ethnography of the imperative to connect through information and communications technologies', Current Anthropology, 46 (5), 805-826.
  • Yaojun Li, Andrew Pickles and Mike Savage (2005), 'Social Capital and Social Trust in Britain', European Sociological Review.
  • Sharon Macdonald, Jeanette Edwards and Mike Savage (2005), '‘Introduction’', Sociological Review, 53 (4), 587-602.
  • Madeleine Reeves (2005), 'Locating Danger: Konflikologiia and the search for fixity in the Ferghana Valley borderlands', Central Asian Survey: Special issue on Discourses of Danger in Central Asia, 24 (1), 67.
  • Madeleine Reeves (2005), 'Unstable objects: Corpses, checkpoints and "chessboard borders" in the Ferghana Valley', Anthropology of the East Europe Review: Special Issue on The Movement of Goods and Identities Within and Beyond the Former Socialist World, 25 (1),72-84.
  • Mike Savage (2005), 'Revisiting Classic Qualitative Studies', Historical Social Research/ Historische Sozialforschung, 30 (1), 118.
  • Mike Savage (2005), 'Urban Sociology in the 3rd Generation', Sociology, 39 (2), 357.
  • Mike Savage (2005), 'Working Class Identities in the 1960s: revisiting the Affluent Worker Studies', Sociology, 39 (5), 929-946.
  • Mike Savage and Tony Bennett (2005), 'The Concept of Cultural Capital and Social Inequality', introduction to special issue of the British Journal of Sociology, 56 (1), 1.
  • Mike Savage, Alan Warde, and Fiona Devine (2005), 'Capitals, assets, and resources: some critical issues', British Journal of Sociology, 56 (1), 31-47.
  • Jean Shaoul (2005), 'A Critical Financial Analysis of the Private Finance Initiative: Selecting a financing method or reallocating economic wealth?', Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 16, 441.
  • Andrew Smith, Catherine Wild and John Law (2005), 'The Barrow-in-Furness legionnaires' outbreak: qualitative study of the hospital response and the role of the major incident plan', Emergency Medicine Journal, 22, 251.
  • Peter Wade (2005), 'Hybridity Theory and Kinship Thinking', Cultural Studies, 19 (5), 602-621.
  • Sophie Watson (2005), 'Spaces of Nostalgia: The Hollowing out of a London Market',Journal of Social and Cultural Geography., 6 (1), 17-30.
  • Sophie Watson (2005), 'Symbolic Spaces of Difference: Contesting the Eruv in London and Tenafly', Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 23 (4), 597–613.
  • Karen Wells and Sophie Watson (2005), 'A Politics of Resentment: shopkeepers in a London Neighbourhood', Ethnic and Racial Studies, 28 (2), 261-277.
  • Melanie Wilson and Debra Howcroft (2005), 'Power, Politics and Persuasion in IS Evaluation: a Focus on 'Relevant Social Groups'', Journal of Strategic Information Systems,14, 17-43.

Book

  • Wendy Bottero (2005), 'Stratification: Social Division and Inequality', Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Sarah Green (2005), 'Notes From the Balkans: Locating marginality and ambiguity on the Greek-Albanian border', Princeton N.J: Princeton University Press.
  • Debra Howcroft and Eileen Trauth (eds) (2005), 'Handbook of Critical Information Systems Research: Theory and Application', Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Mike Savage, Gaynor Bagnall and Brian Longhurst (2005), 'Globalisation and Belonging',London: Sage.
  • Special edited journal issue
  • Jeanette Edwards Sharon Macdonald and Mike Savage (eds) (2005), 'Community, continuity and change in the study of Britain: A Festschrift for Ronnie Frankenberg',Sociological Review, 53 (4).
  • Rodney Harrison (ed.) (2005), 'Contact Archaeology and Native Title', Special guest edited volume of Australian Aboriginal Studies Journal, 2005:1.
  • Book chapters
  • Julie Froud, Colin Haslam, Sukhdev Johal and Karel Williams (2005), 'Shareholder value and financialization: Consultancy Promises, Management Moves', in T. Clarke (ed), Corporate Governance Volume 2, Anglo American Corporate, London: Routledge.
  • Marie Gillespie and Eugene McLaughlin (2005), 'Consuming Crime and Avoiding Punishment: Media Influence in the Shaping of Public Perceptions of Crime and Sentencing', 113-143, in Clive Emsley (ed.), The Persistent Prison, London: Frances Boutle Publishers.
  • Anita Greenhill and Melanie Wilson (2005), 'Flexibility, freedom and women's emancipation: a Marxist critique of at-home telework', 152-173, in
  • Deborah Howcroft and Eileen Trauth (eds), Critical Research in Information Systems Handbook, Cheltenham:Edward Elger.
  • Penelope Harvey (2005), 'Memorialising the Future: the museum of science and industry in Manchester', 29-50, in M. Bouquet and N. Porto (eds),
  • Science, Magic and Religion: the Ritual Process of Museum Magic, Oxford: Berghahn.
  • Penny Harvey (2005), 'The Materiality of State Effects: An ethnography of a road in the Peruvian Andes', 216-247, in Christian Krohn-Hansen and
  • Knut G. Nustad (eds), State Formation. Anthropological Explorations, Cambridge: Pluto Press.
  • Andrew Hill (2005), 'People dress so badly nowadays: Fashion and late modernity', 67-77, in Christopher Breward and Caroline Evans (eds), Fashion and Modernity, Oxford: Berg.
  • Niamh Moore, Nick Pigeon, Peter Simmons and Karen Henwood (2005), 'Environmental Risk: Narrative, Memory and Everyday Life', 33-41, in David Robinson, Christine Horrocks, Nancy Kelly and Brian Roberts (eds), Narrative, Memory and Everyday Life, Huddersfield: University of Huddersfield Press, available at Narrative, Memory and Everyday Life.
  • Stewart Muir (2005), 'Not Quite at Home: Field Envy and New Age Ethnographic Dis-ease', in Lynne Hume, Jane Mulcock, Anthropologists in the Field: Cases in Participant Observation,New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Mike Savage (2005), 'Class and Stratification: current problems and revival prospects',236, in Craig Calhoun, Chris Rojek and Bryan Turner (eds), The Sage Handbook of Sociology, London: Sage.
  • Mike Savage (2005), 'The popularity of bureaucracy: involvement in voluntary associations', 309–334, in Paul du Gay (ed), The Values of Bureaucracy, Oxford: Clarenden.
  • Vron Ware (2005), 'The Power of Recall: The Significance of Place in Writing Against Racial Identity', 123-139, in Karim Murji and John Solomos (eds), Racialization: Studies in Theory and Practice, O: Oxford University Press.

2004

Refereed journal papers

  • (2004), '"Spacing and Timing"', Organisation, 11 (4), 723.
  • (2004), '"Symmetrical Absence/ Symmetrical Absurdity: Critical notes on the production of actor-network accounts"', Journal of Management Studies, 41 (3), 493.
  • (2004), ''Creating a Historical International Standard Classification of Occupations'',Historical Methods, 37 (4).
  • (2004), ''Rumbles in the Jungle'', Journal of Leisure Studies, 23 (1), 1.
  • (2004), ''The Man with Odd Socks' essay on segregation in the American city for Multiculturalism and Translating Difference', Open Democracy, available at Open Democracy.
  • (2004), 'A Cultural Strategy for South Lakeland', South Lakeland District Council.
  • (2004), 'Performance without Pay? Managing School Budgets under Performance Related Pay: Evidence from the First Year of PRP’', Financial Accountability and Management, 20(1), 57.
  • (2004), '‘Critical Differentials: Querying the Contrarieties Between Research on Lesbian Parent Families’', Sexualities, 7 (2), 171.
  • (2004), '‘Sexuality Education: how children of lesbian mothers “learn” about sex/uality’',Sex Education, 4 (1), 19.
  • (2004), '‘“I could eat my baby to bits”. Passion and desire in lesbian mother-children love’,', Gender, Place, Culture: Special issue on Emotional Geographies, 11 (3), 399.
  • Wendy Bottero (2004), 'Class identities and the identity of class', Sociology, 38 (5), 985-1003.
  • Francis Dodsworth (2004), '“Civic” Police and the Condition of Liberty: The Rationality of Governance in Eighteenth Century England', Social History, 29 (2), 199-216.
  • John Law (2004), '‘And if the Global Were Small and Non-Coherent? Method, Complexity and the Baroque’', Society and Space, 22, 13.
  • John Law and John Urry (2004), '‘Enacting the Social’', Economy and Society, 3 (33), 390.
  • Annemarie Mol and John Law (2004), '‘Embodied Action, Enacted Bodies. The Example of Hypoglycaemia’', The Body and Society,, 2-3 (10), 43.

Book chapters

  • (2004), '"Theory and Action for Emancipation: elements of a critical realist approach."',667, In Relevant Theory and Informed Practice Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • (2004), ''A Note on Self-management and the Refusal of Work'', Producta, Barcelona: Y. Productions.
  • (2004), ''Constructing the Modern Career, 1840-1940'', 79.
  • (2004), ''Les informations televises et les telespectateurs multiethniques'', 86, Du 11 Septembre a la riposte: les debuts d'une nouvelle guerre mediatique, Brussels: de boeck.
  • (2004), ''The Making Of The Modern Bureaucratic Career In Britain, 1870-1940'', The Origins of the Modern Career Ashgate.
  • (2004), ''What Works in Offender Rehabilitation?: Revealing the Contribution of the Arts'',For Arts Sake? Society and the Arts in the 21st Century Institute for Public Policy Research.
  • (2004), '‘New Connections, Familiar Settings: Issues in the Ethnographic Study of New Media Use at Home’', Virtual Methods: Issues in Social Research on the Internet Berg.
  • (2004), '‘Whose Bad Feminisms? Ecofeminism, Activism and the Academy’', 227-239, in Stacy Gillis, Becky Munford and Gillian Howie (eds), Third Wave Feminism: A Critical Exploration, London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Book

  • (2004), 'After Captain Cook: The Archaeology of the Recent Indigenous Past in Australia.',Walnut Creek and Lanham.: AltaMira Press.
  • (2004), 'Contemporary Culture and Everyday Life' Sociologypress.
  • (2004), 'Investigating the Information Society' Routledge.
  • (2004), 'Modern Media in the Home: an Ethnographic Study' John Libbey.
  • (2004), 'Qualities of Food', Manchester: Manchester University Press.
  • (2004), 'Rethinking Class, Identities, Cultures and Lifestyles', Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • (2004), 'Shared Landscapes: Archaeologies of Attachment and the Pastoral Industry in NSW', Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.
  • John Law (2004), 'After Method: Mess in Social Science Research', London: Routledge.
  • E.R. McFall (2004), 'Advertising: A Cultural Economy', London: Sage.
  • Vron Ware (2004), 'Branquidade: Identidade Branca e Multiculturalismo (Whiteness: White Identity and Multiculturalism)', Rio de Janeiro: Garamond.

Conference papers

  • (2004), 'Timing and Spacing within STS'.