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2022

Brooks, R., Gupta, A., Jayadeva, S., Lainio, A. and Lazetic, P. (2022) Constructing the Higher Education Student: Perspectives from across Europe, Bristol, Policy Press.

Julieta Chaparro-Buitrago (2022) Debilitated Lifeworlds: Women's Narratives of Forced Sterilization as Delinking from Reproductive Rights (open access) Medical Anthropology Quarterly

Dorschel, Robert (2022) Reconsidering digital labour: Bringing tech workers into the debate. New Technology, Work and Employment, 37(1), pp. 1-20 (online first).

Hamilton, M., E. McPherson and S. Srinivasan.  2022. ‘”Deal with Me, Here I Stand!”: Presence, Participation and the Equal Protection of Online Assemblies.’ In F. Viljoen, C. Fombad, D. Tladi, A. Skelton and M. Killander, eds.  A Life Interrupted: Essays in Honour of the Lives and Legacies of Christof Heyns.  Pretoria: Pretoria University Law Press, pp. 327-46.

Lee, Youngcho (Forthcoming) Is leave for fathers pro-natalist? A mixed-methods study of the impact of fathers’ uptake of parental leave on couples’ childbearing intentions in South Korea. Population Research and Policy Review (expected spring 2022).

Lee, Youngcho (Forthcoming) Norms about childcare, working hours, and fathers’ uptake of parental leave in South Korea. Community, Work & Family (expected spring 2022).

Tse, V., Lyndon, R., Moore, L. & May-Hobbs, M. “Disinformation in Brazil: The 2019 Amazon Fires on Social Media,” in Mair, M., Meckin, R., and Elliot, M. (eds.) Investigative Methods: An NCRM Innovation Collection. Southampton, UK: National Centre for Research Methods (January 2022)

2021

'Citizen Infrastructures and Public Policy: Activating the Democratic Potential of Infrastructures.' In Future Directions for Citizen Science and Public Policy, edited by Katie Cohen and Robert Doubleday (Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP), University of Cambridge).

Allmendinger, Jutta & Dorschel, Robert (2018) Sommergäste und die Angst vor Morgen. Deutsches Theater Berlin, Programmheft, pp. 8-12.

- Epigeum – ‘Research Skills Toolkit: Research Methods in Practice’ (Oxford University Press, UK)

- Epigeum – ‘Research Skills Toolkit: Becoming a Researcher’ (Oxford University Press, UK)

Gabrys, J. (2021) 'The Forest that Walks: Digital Fieldwork and Distributions of Site.' In the special issue, 'Critical Walking Methodologies and Oblique Agitations of Place,' co-edited by Stephanie Springgay and Sarah E. Truman (WalkingLab), Qualitative Inquiry.

Alexandru D. Moise, G. Scheiring and O. Löblová. Forthcoming. "Populist Radical Right and Health in Hungary", in Populist Radical Right and Health: National Policies and Global Trends, eds Michelle Falkenbach and Scott L. Greer, Springer 2021.

Ausserladscheider, V. (in progress) From Economic Neoliberalism to Economic Nationalism: Ideational Change in the Economic Programme of the Austrian Freedom Party 1956-2017, working title, manuscript in progress.

Ausserladscheider, V. (2021) “The Haider Phenomenon and the Rise of Austrian Neoliberalism” In Culture, Sociality and Morality: New Applications of Mainline Political Economy (2021). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Ausserladscheider, V. (2021) "Economic nationalism in far-right discourse” In Handbook of Economic Nationalism (2021). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Baert, Patrick, Morgan, Marcus. and Ushiyama, Rin (2021) "Existence theory: Outline for a theory of social behaviour." Journal of Classical Sociology. First Online 18 March 2021.

Bakker, K and Ritts, M (Accepted) “Smart Earth: Environmental Governance in a Wired World” in The Nature of Data: Infrastructures, Environments, Politics (Eds. Jenny Goldstein and Eric Nost). Univ. of Nebraska Press

Bakker, K., Knight R, Ng R, Mackworth A, Ritts M (Forthcoming) "Digital Water" in The Routledge Handbook on Water and Development (Eds. Sofie Hellberg, Fredrik Söderbaum, Ashok Swain and Joakim Öjendal). Routledge

Bojczuk, Iago, Julian McNeil, and Jaroslaw Ponder. “Connectivity in Education: Status and recent developments in 9 non-EU countries. International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). Geneva, Switzerland. October 2021.

Brooks, R., Gupta, A., & Jayadeva, S. (2021) “Higher education students’ aspirations for their post-university lives: evidence from six European nations.” Children's Geographies, 1-14.

Brooks, R., Gupta, A., Jayadeva, S., Abrahams, J., Lazetic, P. (2021) “Higher education timescapes: temporal understandings of students and learning.” Sociology.

Chen, J. (2021). Queer Kinship and Family Change in Taiwan, Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 17(1): 84-85. (book review)

“Ugly progress: W. E. B. Du Bois’s sociology of the future.” The Sociological Review 69, no. 2 (2021): 382-395

Dystopia and social theory’ (Ideology Theory Practice, 18 October 2021).

Dorschel, Robert / Brandt, Philipp (2021) Professionalisierung mittels Ambiguität: Die diskursive Konstruktion von Data Scientists in Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft. Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 50(3-4), pp. 193-210.

Dorschel, Robert (2021) “Data Science“ Analyse einer emergierenden Profession mittels einer Verknüpfung von Diskurs- und Feldtheorie. Soziologie, 50(1), 94-102.

Dorschel, Robert (2021) Contours of the Networked Self. New Media & Society, 23(1), 193-198. (Book Review Essay)

Dorschel, Robert (2021) Discovering Needs for Digital Capitalism. The Hybrid Profession of Data ScienceBig Data & Society, 8(2), pp. 1-13.
 

Allmendinger, Jutta / Dorschel, Robert (2021) Der Raum des Möglichen. Kursbuch, 207, pp. 61-72.

Dwyer. T., Kanai. A., Pfefferkorn. J., Fan, J. and Lambert, A., 2021. Media Comforts and International Student Mobility: Managing Hopes, Host and Home, Journal of Intercultural Studies, 42(4), pp. 406-422.

Fleming, W. 2021. A review of The Employees: A Workplace Novel of the 22nd Century by Olga Ravn. Cambridge Humanities Review. Issue 17.

Frayne, D. and Maher, M. (2021) Jobs and health: Re-opening the debate, Autonomy

Frayne, D. and Stronge, W. (eds.) A future fit for Wales: A basic income for all (with Autonomy for the Wales Future Generations Commissioner, under embargo)

Frayne, D. and Stronge, W. (eds.) A future fit for Wales: Roadmap to a shorter working week (with Autonomy for the Wales Future Generations Commissioner, under embargo)

Gabrys, J. (2021) 'Sensing Particulate Matter and Practicing Environmental Justice.' In Routledge Companion to Contemporary Art, Visual Culture, and Climate Change, edited by TJ Demos, Emily Scott, Subhankar Banerjee,  (New York: Routledge), 219-229.

Gabrys, J. (2022) Citizens of Worlds: Open-Air Toolkits for Environmental Struggle (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press). Pre-print available open access on Manifold.

Gabrys, J. A Cosmopolitics of Energy: Diverging Materialities and Hesitating Practices. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space

Goodman, C., Muldoon, J., Frayne, D., Kellam, J., Standing, G. (2021) Piloting a basic income in Wales: Principles, precedents and feasibility, Autonomy

Güzel, Hande. forthcoming. ‘Space of Immotility and the Construction of the Neoliberal (Non-) Virgin Woman During the Post-Hymenoplasty Healing Period’ [Himenoplastiden Sonra: Himenoplasti Sonrası İyileşme Sürecinde Devinimsizlik Alanı ve Neoliberal (Na)Bakire Kadının İnşası]. Journal of Sociological Research.

Hamati-Ataya, Inanna (forthcoming) “Securing Knowledge-Flows: The Past and Future of Community Resilience,” in Alessandro Melis (ed.) Resilient Communities. Rome: D Editore.

Hung, J. (2021). Why Taiwan Should Develop Exclusive Refugee Laws for Hong Kong Political Asylum Seekers as to Defy Beijing’s Interference. Contemporary Chinese Political Economy and Strategic Relations, Vol. 7(1), pp. 173-85.

Hung, J. (2021). How Will Final-Stage Clinical Trial Results of Chinese COVID-19 Vaccines Impact on China–Indonesia Vaccine Diplomacy. Issues & Insights Vol. 21 Working Paper 11 Washington, D.C.: Pacific Forum.

Hung, J. (Forthcoming, 2021). Adverse Economic Impacts on Occupationally Insecure Workforce in Thailand amid the Pandemic. In Brian Sloboda and Yaya Sissoko (eds.), Economic Impact and Recovery Following a Global Health Crisis. Phoenix, AZ: IGI Global.

Hung, J. (2021). Social Barriers to, and Gender Gaps in, Educational Attainment for Rural Citizens in China. In Theresa Neimann, Jonathan J. Felix, Elena Shliakhovchuk and Lynne Hindman (eds.), Policy and Practice Challenges for Equality in Education (pp. 124-71). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Jayadeva, S. 2021. “Do Spanish students see themselves as customers?” Wonkhe. 

Jayadeva, S. (2021) “Bad, Good, and Appropriate English: Negotiating English Proficiency in Bangalore, India.” In Hinglish: Language Use and Language Mixing in Contemporary India, edited by Orsini, F., and Ravikant. Orient Blackswan.

Jayadeva, S. and Thieme, S. (2022, forthcoming) “Building bridges: Narratives from and about educational consultants as mediators in transnational student mobility.” In Mobilities and Mobilisations: South Asian Universities as Transformative Social Spaces, edited by Thieme, S., Kölbel, A., and Pfaff-Czarnecka, J. Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Jayadeva, S., Brooks, R. and Abrahams, J., (2021). The (stereo) typical student: how European higher education students feel they are viewed by relevant others. British Journal of Sociology of Education, pp.1-21.
 

Kaur A, (2021). The Rise of Non-Traditional Pregnancies through Assisted Reproductive Technologies. British Journal of Midwifery, Vol 29, Issue 2, pp. 82-88.

Kaur A, (2021). Human Germline Genome Editing and Its Tech-Sumptions: , Chapter 7 in Davis-Floyd R (Ed) Birthing Techno-Sapiens: Human-Technology Co-Evolution and the Future of Reproduction. Oxfordshire. Taylor and Francis: Routledge. 

Kroeger, F., Racko, G., Burchell, B (2021) How to create trust quickly: A comparative empirical investigation of the bases of swift trust. Cambridge Journal of Economics, Volume 45, Issue 1, January 2021, Pages 129–150

Kudaibergenova, D.T., 2021. “Power, Knowledge, and the “Self” in Everyday Normalization of the Political Truth,” Problems of Post-Communism, pp.1-12. Forthcoming in the Special Issue “Power in Central Asia” edited by Kudaibergenova D.T. and Costa Buranelli, F. (2021).

Kudaibergenova, D.T. and Costa Buraneli, F. (2021). “Introduction to the Special Issue on Power in Central Asia,” Problems of Post-Communism.

Lin, Y.-P., Chen, J., Lee, W.-C., Chiang, Y.-J., & Huang, C.-W. (2021). Understanding family dynamics in adult-to-adult living donor liver transplantaion decision-making in Taiwan: Motivation, communication, and ambivalence. American Journal of Transplantation, 21(3):
1068-1079.

Liu, HY (2021) South Asians in “Asia’s World City”: Post-Colonial Identity Struggles and Artistic Self-Representation in Hong Kong. Culture and Local Governance, 7(1-2): 1-16.

Liu, HY (2021) The Politics of Unionisation in Hong Kong: An Interview with Dr Bill Taylor. Global Labour Journal, 12 (3), 325-331.

Liu, HY (2021, accepted) Book review: Martial Arts Cinema and Hong Kong Modernity: Aesthetics, Representation, Circulation. Global Media and China.

Liu, Z. (forthcoming) Sociological Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence: A Typological Reading. Sociology Compass.

Löblová, Olga. “Coronavirus: what went wrong in the Czech Republic?”. The Conversation, 9 November 2020.

Meghji, A. (2020) Decolonizing Sociology. Cambridge: Polity.

Meghji, A. (2021). The racialized social system: critical race theory as social theory. Cambridge: Polity.

Meghji, A. (2022/3). Race, decoloniality, world crises. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Michał Zabdyr-Jamróz, O. Löblová, A. D. Moise and I. Kowalska-Bobko. Forthcoming. "Is the Polish ‘Law and Justice’ (PiS) a Typical Populist Radical Right Party? A Health Policy Perspective", in Populist Radical Right and Health: National Policies and Global Trends, eds Michelle Falkenbach and Scott L. Greer, Springer 2021.

Michiel Van Oudheusden (2021) Challenges to the Story of Innovation.  Responsibility Beyond Growth: A Case for Responsible Stagnation. University Press Scholarship Online

Miller, J., Brewin, C., Soffia, M., Elliott-Davies, M., Burchell, B., & Peart, A. (2021). The development of a UK police traumatic events checklist. The Police Journal.

O'Shaughnessy, A.C. (2021) " Triumph and Concession?: The Moral and Emotional Construction of Ireland's Campaign for Abortion Rights" in European Journal of Women's Studies. 

O. Löblová, J. Rone and E. Borbáth. Forthcoming. “COVID-19 in Central and Eastern Europe”, in Scott L. Greer, Elizabeth J. King, Andre Peralta Santos, Elize Massard da Fonseca: Coronavirus Politics. The Comparative Politics and Policy of COVID-19. University of Michigan Press, 2021-22

Omigbodun, Iyeyinka. ‘Fighting Corruption in Nigeria: Excessive Rhetoric and Indeterminate Bureaucratic Practices in the Implementation of SERVICOM’, Journal of Contemporary African Studies. (forthcoming).

Owusu, Melz. 2021. My Ancestors Whisper in the Trees. Black joy / edited by Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff, Timi Sotire. Penguin Press: London, pp. 68 – 78.

Panievsky, A. (2021) "The Strategic Bias: How Journalists Respond to Antimedia Populism" (open access) in The International Journal of Press/Politics

Panievsky, A. (2021) "Covering Populist Media Criticism: When Journalists’ Professional Norms Turn Against Them" (open access) in The International Journal of Communication

Panievsky, A. (2021) "Benjamin Netanyahu, Likud and the Uncertain Fate of Israel’s Democracy", European Center for Populism Studies (ECPS)

Pereira G, Bueno Bojczuk Camargo I, Parks L. WhatsApp disruptions in Brazil: A content analysis of user and news media responses, 2015–2018. Global Media and Communication. August 2021.

 

Piña-Rodrigues, F. C. M., Euler, A. M. C., Freire, J. M., Junior Lima, M. de J. V., Mendes, A. M. da S., Sandim, A. S. de A., Franco, D. O., & Urzedo, D. I. (2021). Native forest seeds as an income generator within the forest landscape restoration chain. In S. Pinto, F. C. Santos, & C. Prescott (Eds.), Forest Landscape Restoration and Social Opportunities in the Tropical World (pp. 189–212). Recife: CEPAN.

Pralat R, Anderson J, Burns F, Yarrow E and Barber TJ (2021) Discussing parenthood with gay men diagnosed with HIV: A qualitative study of patient and healthcare practitioner perspectives. BMC Public Health 21: 2300.

Pralat R, Burns F, Anderson J and Barber TJ (2021) Can HIV-positive gay men become parents? How men living with HIV and HIV clinicians talk about the possibility of having children. Sociology of Health & Illness 43(2): 281–298.

Ritts, M (2021). "Listening on Ice: Bowhead Cetology and Warming MediaSensate: A Journal for Experiments in Critical Media Practice [Sounds of the Anthropocene Special Issue].

Ritts, M (Forthcoming) “Saturation as a Logic of Enclosure” in Saturation (Eds. Melody Jue and Rafico Ruiz). Duke University Press

Ritts, M and Bakker, K (Accepted). "Conservation Acoustics: Animal Sounds, Digital Ecologies, Cheap Nature" Geoforum

Saavedra Utman, J. 2015. Book review: Media systems and communication policies in Latin America. Global Media and Communication, 11(1), 82–84.

Saavedra Utman, J. and Contreras Cerda, J. 2021. Editorial: abuse and disobedience: Chile’s October and the end of neoliberalism, Social Identities, 27(5) 517-520.

Saavedra Utman, J. and Miller, T. 2021. ‘Chile: The Rock of Political Culture and the Hard Place of Cultural Policy’. In Gunnar Iversen and Scott MacKenzie (Eds.) Images of Sound and Fury: Mapping the Rockumentary, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Saavedra Utman, J. Dorcé, A. Miller, T, and Uribe-Jongbloed, E. 2021. Cybertarianism further exposed: Chile, Colombia, Mexico and the COVID-19 conjuncture, Journal of Digital Media & Policy 12 (1) 97-116(20).

Sairambay, Y. (2022). Internet and Social Media Use by Young People for Information About (Inter)National News and Politics in Russia and Kazakhstan. Studies of Transition States and Societies. (Online First).

Sairambay, Y. (2021). How has digitisation facilitated the rise of “digital totalitarianism”? VISION: A Publication of Cambridge University International Development Society, Michaelmas 2021, pp. 35-36

Sampaio, A. ., Schmidt, I. B., Urzedo, D. I., & Cortes, C. A. (2021). Cerrado de Pé Association: community engagement promoting ecological restoration and local livelihoods in the Neotropical savanna. In S. Pinto, F. C. Santos, & C. Prescott (Eds.), Forest Landscape Restoration and Social Opportunities in the Tropical World (pp. 217–233). Recife: CEPAN.

- 'LGBTQ+ Inklusion an Universitäten' (Interdisciplinary Gender Studies Centre, University of Innsbruck). 

Video features:

'Creative Interview Methods within LGBTQ+ Research - Elisabeth Sandler' (Centre for Gender Studies, University of Cambridge, UK).

- 'Out at Cambridge: Elisabeth Sandler' (lgbtQ+@cam, University of Cambridge, UK). 

- 'Queer(y)ing the Curriculum: Elisabeth Sandler' (lgbtQ+@cam, University of Cambridge, UK). 

Sazana Jayadeva, Rachel Brooks & Predrag Lažetić (2021) Paradise lost or created? How higher-education staff perceive the impact of policy on studentsJournal of Education Policy.
 

Seah, J. & Tham, B. (2021) Ministries of Truth: Singapore's Experience with Misinformation during COVID-19. The Next Digital Decade: Case Studies from Asia. Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and Digital Asia Hub.

Simlai, T., Sandbrook, C. 2021. Digital Surveillance Technologies In Conservation And their Social Implications. In Conservation Technology Eds. Wich, S., Piel, A. 2021. Oxford University Press

Smietana, Marcin; Rudrappa, Sharmila and Weis, Christina. 2021. Moral frameworks of commercial surrogacy within the US, India and Russia. Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters, 29(1): 1-17.

Thomas Jeffrey Miley (2017) Austerity politics and constitutional crisis in SpainEuropean Politics and Society Volume 18, 2017 - Issue 2

Thompson, J.B.  Book Wars: The Digital Revolution in Publishing (Cambridge: Polity, 2021),   512pp + xv.  Translated into Portuguese, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Russian.

Urzedo, D. I., Silva, R. R. P., Junqueira, R. G. P., & Campos-Filho, E. M. (2015). Arranjos socioprodutivos na restauração florestal: o caso da semeadura direta e da Rede de Sementes do Xingu. In A. P. M. da Silva, H. R. Marques, & R. H. R. Sambuichi (Eds.), Mudanças no código florestal brasileiro: desafios para a implementação da nova lei (pp. 309–365). Rio de Janeiro: Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada.

Vargas, S. (2021). Boring Modernity. New Sociological Perspectives, 1(1).

Westerlaken, M. (2021). It matters what designs design designs: Speculations on multispecies worlds, Global Discourse, 11(1-2), pp. 137-155. 

Williamson, P. J. & Liu, Z. (forthcoming) Learning from China’s Digital Innovators. Ivey Business Journal.

Wu, C. F-D. (Forthcoming, 2021) The European Central Bank and Financial Networks: Entangled Market Actors. Routledge. 

Yao, Y., Zhang, S., & Li, A. (2021). Effects of Educational Attainment and Housing Condition on Self-Rated Health in Old Age: Heterogeneity and Tendency in China. Frontiers in Public Health, 9. DIO: 10.3389/fpubh.2021.774364

2020

Amundsen, R. 2020. "Hetero-sexting as mediated intimacy work: ‘Putting something on the line’". New Media and Society. 0 (0), pp.1-16. 

Löblová, Olga, J. Rone, E. Borbath. “Coronavirus: why central and eastern European countries seem to be running out of luck”. The Conversation, 18 September 2020. Republished by Qubit.hu.

Sanchez-Rivera, R (2021) “Whatever…it is Only a Joke”: Exploring Memes, Racialization, and Discrimination in Puerto Rico during Hurricanes, Earthquakes, and COVID-19 in Internet, Humor, and Nation in Latin/x America (Forthcoming-Spring 2021)

The Czech Republic’s Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic (April and May updates)”. Health Economics, Policy and Law blog series: Country Responses to the Covid19 Pandemic. Cambridge Core blog.

"Shrinking Aid Could Lead to Expanded Displacement and Migration" (with Hameed Hakimi) in Radio Free Europe Gandhara April 2020

Amundsen, R. 2020. “Hetero-Sexting as Mediated Intimacy Work: ’Putting Something on the Line’”. New Media and Society. 0 (0), pp.1-16. DOI:
1177/1461444820962452.
 

Lane, D. 2020. Russia Against the Rest. The Post-Cold War Crisis of World Order (Review). European Politics and Society, Vol 21:6, Issue 1:7.

Amundsen, R., 2020. “’A Male Dominance Kind of Vibe’: Approaching Unsolicited Dick Pics as Sexism”. New Media and Society.0 (0), pp.1-16.
DOI: 1177/1461444820907025.

What Happened to Mexican Eugenics?: Racism and the Reproduction of the Nation (Under Review: Cambridge University Press)

Abrams, B. and Gardner, P.R. Symbolic Objects in Contentious Politics. (Forthcoming, University of Michigan Press)

Abrams, B. Buettner, S. and Machin, A. Forthcoming. “Identity and Brexit: Back to Borders?” in Political Identification in Europe: Community in Crisis? (Emerald Press)

Al Azmeh, Z, McLaughlin, C. Dillabough, J., Fimyara, O., Abdualateef, S., Abedtalas, M. Al Abdullahe, A.Al Oklah, Al-Hussein, Al Ibrahim, Al Mohamad Barmu, Rashid Mamog, Shaban. (2020). Cultural trauma and the politics of access to higher education in Syria. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education. 

Alawa, J., Alawa, N., Coutts, A. et al (2020) Addressing COVID-19 in humanitarian settings: a call to action. Conflict and Health 14, 64.

Amundsen, R. (2020). ‘A male dominance kind of vibe': Approaching unsolicited dick pics as sexism. New Media & Society.

Asgarilaleh, T. Moors, A. (in preparation for publication). Laboratory sigheh: the (dis)entanglements of temporary marriage and third party donation in Iran. In The Global Dynamics of Shia Marriages. Rutgers University Press.

Ausserladscheider, V. (2020) “Populism, Brexit, and the Manufactured Crisis of British Neoliberalism” (with James D.G. Wood), Review of International Political Economy

Bakker, K., Ng, R., Mackworth, A., Knight, R., Leape, J., and Ritts, M (2020). "Digital technologies and dynamic resource management." In 2020 IEEE International Conference on Smart Computing (SMARTCOMP), pp. 368-373. IEEE, 2020.

Balderson, U, Wang, S, Burchell, B., Kamerade, D., Coutts A P (2020)  An exploration of the multiple motivations for spending less time at work. Time and Society.

Bojczuk, Iago, Julian McNeil, and Jaroslaw Ponder. “5G Implementation for non- EU Countries of the Europe Region.” International Telecommunication Union (ITU). Geneva, Switzerland October 2021.

Brablec, D. and Bellolio, A. (2012). Encuesta de Corrupción 2012: Resultados en Niveles Estables. Libertad y Desarrollo, 127, 1-32.

Brablec, D. (2020 - Forthcoming). [Review of the book Sovereign Entrepreneurs Cherokee Small-Business Owners and the Making of Economic Sovereignty, by C. Lewis]. Native American and Indigenous Studies Journal, University of Minnesota Press.

Brablec, D. (2020). Indigenizing the city together: Ethnic place production in Santiago de Chile. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

Brablec, D. (forthcoming). Who Counts as an Authentic Indigenous? Collective Identity Negotiations in the Chilean Urban Context. Sociology (Journal of the British Sociological Association).

Brewin, C.B., Miller, J.K., Soffia, M., Burchell, B. (2020). Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Complex Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in U.K. Police Officers. Journal of Clinical Psychology.

Brooks, R., Abrahams, J., Lazetic, P., Gupta, A. and Jayadeva, S. 2020. “Access to and Experiences of Higher Education across Europe: the Impact of Social Characteristics”. In The European Higher Education Area: Challenges for a New Decade, edited by Curaj, A., Deca, L. and Pricopie, R. Springer.

Brooks, R., Gupta, A., Jayadeva, S., Abrahams, J., 2020. “Students’ views about the purpose of higher education: a comparative analysis of six European countries.” Higher Education Research and Development. 

Brooks, R., Gupta, A., Jayadeva, S., Abrahams, J. and Lažetić, P., 2020. “Students as political actors? Similarities and differences across six European nations”. British Educational Research Journal. 

Brooks, R., Gupta, A., Jayadeva, S., Lainio, A., 2020. “Students in Marketised Higher Education Landscapes: An introduction”. Sociological Research Online. 

Chaparro, Julieta, 2020. “Esterilizaciones Forzadas en el Segundo Gobierno de Alberto Fujimori ,1995-2001” Comité para la Eliminación de la Discriminación Contra la Mujer (CEDAW).

Page, T.  2020. The Hopeless Hopeful Time of Caring. In D. Rosenow, V. Browne and J. Danely (Eds.). Vulnerability and the Politics of Care. Oxford: Oxford University Press (Forthcoming).

Back in time for utopia: Neo-Victorian utopianism and the return to William Morris.” European Journal of Cultural Studies (2020). Advance online publication.

Looking laterally: The literary utopia and the task of critical social theory.” Current Sociology (2020). Advance online publication.

“Between Utopia and Tradition: William Morris’s A Dream of John Ball.” The European Legacy 25, no. 4 (2020): 389-403.

“Life can be a Little Bit Fluffy”: Survival Television, Neoliberalism and the Ambiguous Utopia of Self-preservation.” Television and New Media 21, no. 5 (2020): 475-492.

de Urzedo, D. I., Fisher, R., Sá, D., & Junqueira, R. (2020). Indigenous Participation in the Native Seed Market: Adapting Ethnic Institutions for Ecological Restoration in the Southeastern Amazon. In L. F. W., K. V., & B. de L. I. (Eds.), Indigenous Amazonia, Regional Development and Territorial Dynamics. The Latin American Studies Book Series (pp. 287–309). Springer.

Dorschel, Robert (2020). "A Field Theoretical Discovery of the Tourism Industry". In Pietzcker, Dominik & Vaih-Baur, Christina: Ökonomische und Soziologische Tourismustrends. Springer Verlag, Wiesbaden.

Dow, Katharine and Janelle Lamoreaux. 2020. ‘Situated Kinmaking and the Population “Problem”’, Environmental Humanities 12(2): 475-491. 

Elliott, E., Cohen, S and Frayne, D. (2020) 'The Role of Community Anchor Organisations in Regulating for Engagement’ in M. McDermont, T. Cole, J. Newman and A. Piccini (eds.) Imagining Regulation Differently: Co-Creating Regulation for Engagement. Bristol: Policy Press

Findlay, M., & Seah, J. (2020). An Ecosystem Approach to Ethical AI and Data Use: Experimental Reflections. In 2020 IEEE/ITU International Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Good (AI4G) (pp. 192-197). IEEE.

Gabrys, J. (2020) Planetary health in practice: sensing air pollution and transforming urban environmentsHumanities and Social Sciences Communications 7, Article number: 35 (2020) 

Geelan, T. and Hodder A. (2020) 'The Trials and Tribulations of Social Media and Transnational Labour Solidarity', in Karatzogianni et al. (eds.) Media Technologies and Protest Revolutions: The Long Duree, Bingley: Emerald.

Gonzales Hernando, M. and P. Baert (2020) ‘Collectives of intellectuals: Their cohesiveness, accountability, and who can speak on their behalf.’ The Sociological Review 68(5) pp. 1143-1158.

Greer, Scott L. and O. Löblová. 2020. “EU networks after Brexit”, in Europe after Brexit, eds. Scott L. Greer and Janet Laible, MUP

Güzel, Hande. 2020. 'Making of the Modern Woman’s Body: Re-Virginization in Turkey'. In Upgrades der Natur, künftige Körper: Interdisziplinäre und internationale Perspektiven, edited by Melike Sahinol, Christopher Coenen, and Raoul Motika. Springer VS.

Hillgren, P.-A., Lindström, K., Strange, M., Witmer, H., Chronaki, A., Ehn, P., (…) Westerlaken, M. (2020). Glossary: Collaborative Future-Making. A Glossary curated by the Collaborative Future Making research platform, pp 1-34. 

Hogarth, Stuart, and O. Löblová. (2020). “Regulatory niches: diagnostic reform as a process of fragmented expansion. Evidence from the UK 1990-2018”. Social Science and Medicine. 

Hung, J. (2020). How Can We Account for Persisting Educational Inequalities in Rural China. Asian Social Science, Vol. 16 (7), pp. 46-56.

Hung, J. (2020). COVID-19 and Protests Need Not Cripple Tourism-Heavy Hong Kong. PacNet Commentary, No. 15.

 

Hung, J. (2020). Internal Migration in Chinese Cities: An Exploration of Youths’ Experiences of Delinquency. Asian Social Science, Vol. 16 (2), pp. 1-11.

Imperial, Miranda (2020). Countering Gender Violence with Twitter: #YesAllWomen and Hashtag Feminist Activism. Debats. Journal on Culture, Power and Society, accepted for publication.

Imperial, Miranda (2020). Countering Gender Violence with Twitter: #YesAllWomen and Hashtag Feminist Activism. Debats. Journal on Culture, Power and Society, accepted for publication.

Imperial, Miranda (2020). Tracing Post-Truth in Recent Cambodian History: The Practice of Life Without A Past. Journal of Alterity Studies and World Literature, accepted for publication.

Imperial, Miranda (forthcoming). Affect and Critical Pedagogies: How to Teach Against Homonationalism in the Midst of current Nationalist Sentiment in Catalonia. In Angeliki Sifaki and Stefanie Boulila, eds. Teaching Against Homo / Nationalism. London: Routledge.

Hamati-Ataya, Inanna (2020) Reflexivity and International Relations. Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations, ed. Patrick James. Oxford University Press.

Ismail S, Coutts A P, Fouad M F (2020) The political economy of health in Lebanon. University of Cambridge, American University of Beirut, Kings College London.

Jayadeva, S., 2020. “Keep calm and apply to Germany: how online communities mediate transnational student mobility from India to Germany”. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 46(11), pp.2240-2257. 

Jayadeva, S. 2020. “The impact of Covid-19 on postgraduate-level student migration from India to Germany.” CGHE Research Findings, University of Oxford.

Jayadeva, S., Brooks, R., Gupta, A., Abrahams, J., Lazetic, P., and Lainio, A., 2020. “Are Spanish students customers? Paradoxical perceptions of the impact of marketisation on higher education in Spain”. Sociological Research Online. 

Joke Kenens, Michiel Van Oudheusden, Go Yoshizawa & Ine Van Hoyweghen (2020) Science by, with and for citizens: rethinking ‘citizen science’ after the 2011 Fukushima disaster Humanities and social sciences communications Article number: 58 (2020)

Kaur A, (2020). Empowering Students through Teaching Practices that Enhance Critical Thinking, Chapter 5 in Mawani S and Mukadam (Eds.) Student Empowerment in Higher Education: Reflecting on Teaching Practice and Learner Engagement. Berlin. Logos Verlag. 

Kaur, A. (2020). Could Seeking Human Germline Genome Editing Force Journeys of Transnational Care? Multidisciplinary Journal of Gender Studies, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp.184-209

Kaur A and Border P, (2020). Human Germline Genome Editing. Westminster. Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology.

Khitrov, Arsenii. (2020). ‘Hollywood Experts: A Field Analysis of Knowledge Production in American Entertainment Television’. The British Journal of Sociology. Early View.

Kudaibergenova, D.T. Toward Nationalizing Regimes: Power and Identity Politics in Post-Soviet Realm. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2020.

Kudaibergenova, D.T., 2020. “Ghosts, Mankurts and Alike: The Postcolonial Art in Central Asia,” forthcoming in special issue (edited by S. Oushakine) on postcolonialism in Eurasia, Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, 161, 2020, pp. 175-198.

Kudaibergenova, D. 2020. “The Most Important Thing is to Have That Space! The Power of Art and Local Art Communities in Central Asia” in Cuoni, C., Balta Portoles, J., Khan, N., Moses, S. (eds.) Forces of Art. Perspectives from a Changing World. Amsterdam: Valiz.

Liu, Hong Yu. (2020). 當代中國的國家與勞工 [The State and Labour in Contemporary China]. Hong Kong Journal of Social Science. 

Liu, R., 2020. “A Better Structural Integration Achieved? – Evidence from the Career Pathway of Second-generation French Chinese under the Perspective of Segmented Assimilation Theory”, Collection of Chinese Immigrants in Europe: Image, Identity and Social Participation. Berlin: De Gruyter Press.

Liu, Z. (2020) Between Business and Morality: Cultural Politics in Independent Bookshops in China. Journal of Cultural Economy, 13(4): 461–474.

Löblová, O., T. Trayanov, M. Csanádi, P. Ozierański. 2020. “The emerging social science literature on health technology assessment: a narrative review”. Value in Health, 23(1), 3-9

Lorena Gazzotti & Maria Hagan (2020) Dispersal and dispossession as bordering: exploring migration governance through mobility in post-2013 MoroccoThe Journal of North African Studies 

Lucy van de Wiel, Jack Wilkinson, Pantelitsa Athanasiou, Joyce Harper  (2020) The prevalence, promotion and pricing of three IVF add-ons on fertility clinic websites. Reproductive Biomedicine Online Nov;41(5):801-806

McLaughlin, C. Dillabough, J., Fimyara, O., Al Azmeh, Z., Abdualateef, S.,  Abedtalas, M. Al Abdullahe, A.Al Oklah, Al-Hussein, Al Ibrahim, Al Mohamad Barmu, Rashid Mamog, Shaban (2020). Testimonies of Syrian Academic Displacement Post-2011: Time, place and the agentic self. International Journal of Educational Research Open. On-line publication doi: 10.1016/j.ijedro.2020.100003

McPherson, E., I. Guenette Thornton and M. Mahmoudi.  2020.  Open Source Investigations and the Technology-Driven Knowledge Controversy in Human Rights Fact-Finding. In A. Koenig, S. Dubberley and D. Murray, eds. Digital Witness: Using Open Source Information for Human Rights Investigation, Documentation and Accountability, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

McPherson, E., I. Guenette Thornton and M. Mahmoudi.  2020.  ‘Open Source Investigations and the Technology-Driven Knowledge Controversy in Human Rights Fact-Finding.’ In A. Koenig, S. Dubberley and D. Murray, eds. Digital Witness: Using Open Source Information for Human Rights Investigation, Documentation and Accountability. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 68-86. [International Studies Association Human Rights Section’s 2021 Prize for Best Paper]

Meghji, A. (2020). ‘Just what is critical race theory, and what is it doing in British sociology? From ‘BritCrit’ to the racialized social system approach’. British Journal of Sociology.

Meghji, A. (2020). What can the sociology of race learn from the histories of anti-colonialism? Ethnicities.

Mercedes Jiménez-Alvarez, Keina Espiñeira & Lorena Gazzotti (2020) Migration policy and international human rights frameworks in Morocco: tensions and contradictionsThe Journal of North African Studies 

Michiel Van Oudheusden (2020) Residents Rallied to Measure Radiation After Fukushima. Nine Years Later, Many Scientists Still Ignore Their Data. Discover Citizen Science Salon March 10, 2020 9:30 PM

Miller, Fiona, S. Hogarth, S. Sturdy et al. 2020. “Half a Century of Wilson & Jungner: Reflections on the Governance of Population Screening.” Wellcome Open Research, 5:158

Monrose, K.  (2020), Sound-tapes & Soundscapes: Lo-Fi cassette recordings as vectors of cultural transmission, in Narratives from Beyond the UK Reggae Bassline: The System is Sound. Edited by Worley, M, & Henry, W. Palgrave: London

O' Shaughnessy, A., 2017. Analysing the abortion rights debate as a question of ‘body theory’. Junctions: Graduate Journal of the Humanities, 2(1), pp.25–36. DOI: http://doi.org/10.33391/jgjh.26

O'Shaughnessy, A.C. (2020) After Repeal: Rethinking Abortion Politics. Review. Community Development Journal. 17 September 2020. 

Owusu, M. (2020b) ‘One Year on Testosterone: Time, Spirituality, and the (Un)Gendering of Blackness’, Medium, 29 April. (Accessed: 2 February 2022).

Owusu, M. (2020c) Opinion: Black trans people are disrespected in life and ignored in death – our lives matter too, The Independent. (Accessed: 2 February 2022).

Pearce, S., Blakely, H., Frayne, D., Rees-Jones, I. (2020) ‘Evaluation in reinforcing and resisting hierarchical relations between state and civil society’, Social Policy and Administration

Quie, M. “Who Will Build this House?” in “Making Home Away,” Special Issue of The International Migration Review (funded by The British Academy), eds., Yasmine Shamma, Sazgan Ilean, Vicki Squire and Helen Underhill (Forthcoming)

Quie, M. “Peace and Exclusion: The Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Program” in Humanity and Society Volume 42, Number 1, 2018.

Quie, M. and Hakimi, H. “The EU and the Politics of Migration Management in Afghanistan”, Chatham House (Forthcoming)

Rima A Abdul-Khalek, Ping Guo, F Sharp, Adrian Gheorghe, Omar Shamieh, Tezer Kutluk, Fouad Fouad, Adam P. Coutts, Ajay Aggarwal, Deborah Mukherji, Ghassan Abu-Sittah, Kalipso Chalkidou, Richard Sullivan (2020) The economic burden of cancer care for Syrian refugees: A population-based model. Lancet Oncology.

Ritts, M and Wiebe, S (2020). “The Story of Wānanalua: Whales, Science, and Contested Marine Sovereignties in Hawai‘i.Environment and Planning E. 

Robbie Duschinsky (2020) Cornerstones of Attachment Research. Oxford University Press

Rogenhofer, J. M. and Panievsky, A. (2020) "Antidemocratic Populism in Power: Comparing Erdoğan’s Turkey with Modi’s India and Netanyahu’s Israel" (open access) in Democratization

Roulet, T. and Bothello, J. (2020) Why 'de-growth' shouldn't scare businesses. Harvard Business Review.

Roulet, T. and Laker, B. (2020) “Now is the time to reconnect with your dormant social network.” MIT Sloan Management Review, 22 April 2020

Roulet, T. J. (2020). The power of being divisive: Understanding negative social evaluations. Stanford University Press. 

Saavedra Utman, J. 2020. Subversive Communication Against Neoliberalism, Popular Communication, 18:3, 155-169.

Sairambay, Y. (2020). Reconceptualising Political Participation. Human Affairs, 30(1), 120-127.

Sairambay, Y. (2020). The contemporary challenges of measuring political participation. Slovak Journal of Political Sciences, 20(2), 206-226.

Sanchez-Rivera, R. (2020) The Legacies of “Race” Science, Anti-Chinese Racism, and COVID-19 in Mexico, Bulletin of Latin American Research (Forthcoming, November 2020)

Sanchez-Rivera, R. (2020) The Making of La Gran Familia Mexicana: Eugenics, Gender, and Sexuality in Mexico, Journal of Historical Sociology (Forthcoming)

Sanchez-Rivera, R. (2020) Reggaetón, Trap y Masculinidades: Dinámicas sociales a ritmo del perreo combativo en Puerto Rico (Reggaetón, Spanish Trap, and Masculinities in Puerto Rico), Taller de letras in association with Tintas of the University of Milan. (Forthcoming-November)

Sánchez-Rivera, R. & Géliga, J. (eds.) Lo Cuír y Racialización en Puerto Rico (Queerness and Racialization in Puerto Rico) (Proposal-Under Review, Editora Educación Emergente)

Sandbrook, C., Clark, D., Toivonen, T., Simlai, T., O’ Donnell, S., Cobbe, J., Adams, B. 2020. Principles For The Socially Responsible Use Of Conservation Monitoring Technology And Data. Conservation Science And Practice  (e374) 

Academic journalism:

- Sandler, Elisabeth (08.05.2020): Away from queer feminist heaven: Challenges and chances of being back in my conservative country of origin. ReproSoc blog. University of Cambridge.

Sapiro, G., M. Santoro and P. Baert (eds.) (2020) Ideas on the Move in the Social Sciences and Humanities; The International Circulation of Paradigms and Theorists. Palgrave Macmillan.

Seah, J. In Singapore. LRB Blog. February 11, 2020.

Seah, J. (2020). Nose to Glass: Looking In to Get Beyond. In Navigating the Broader Impacts of AI Research Workshop at NeurIPS.

Silva, F.C. & Cabral, M.V. 2020. The Politics of the Essay. Lusotropicalism as Ideology and Theory. American Sociologist 51, 381–397

Silva, F.C. & Vieira, M.B. 2020. Rethinking the Time's Arrow. Beginnings and the Sociology of the Future. Time & Society: 1-24.

Silva, F. C. & Vieira, M. B. 2020. Books that Matter: The case of Tocqueville's Democracy in America. Sociological Quarterly: 1-24.

Silva, F.C. & Vieira, M.B. 2020. Populism: The Concept and the Polemic. In Routledge International Handbook of Contemporary Social and Political Theory. Gerard Delanty and Stephen P. Turner (eds.). London: Taylor and Francis.

Sparkes, M. (2020). 'I just felt responsible for my debts': Debt stigma and class(ificatory) exploitation. In J. Gardener, M. Grey, K. Moser (Eds.). Debt and Austerity: Implications of the Financial Crisis. London: Elgar Publishing.

Sparkes, M. and Wood, J. (2020). The Political Economy of Household Debt and the Keynesian Policy Paradigm. New Political Economy. https://doi.org/10.1080/13563467.2020.1782364.

Stevienna de Saille, Fabien Medvecky, Michiel van Oudheusden, Kevin Albertson, Effie Amanatidou, Timothy Birabi and Mario Pansera (2020) Responsibility Beyond Growth: A Case for Responsible Stagnation. Bristol University Press.

Thomas Jeffrey Miley and Guney Yildiz (2020) “U.S. Foreign Policy towards the Kurdish Movement under Obama and Trump,” in Vera Eccarius-Kelly and Michael Gunter, eds., Kurdish Autonomy and U.S. Foreign Policy, Peter Lang Publishing

Thompson, J. B. ‘Mediated Interaction in the Digital Age’, Theory, Culture and Society, vol. 27, no. 1 (2020), pp. 1-26.  Translated into Portuguese.

Urzedo, D., Piña-Rodrigues, F., Feltran-Barbieri, R., Junqueira, R., & Fisher, R. (2020). Seed Networks for Upscaling Forest Landscape Restoration: Is It Possible to Expand Native Plant Sources in Brazil? Forests, 11(3), 259. 

Urzedo, D.I., Neilson, J., Fisher, R., & Junqueira, R. G. P. (2020). A global production network for ecosystem services: The emergent governance of landscape restoration in the Brazilian Amazon. Global Environmental Change, 61. 

Ushiyama, R. (2021) ‘Reactions to legal challenges by Aum Shinrikyō and its successor organisations’, Barker, E. and Richardson, J.T. (Eds.) Reactions to the Law by Minority Religions. Routledge Inform Series on Minority Religions and Spiritual Movements. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 169-187.

Ushiyama, R. (forthcoming). Remembering Religious Terrorism: the Aum Affair in Japanese Collective Memory. Under review by the University of Hawai'i Press.

Wang, S, Coutts, A P, Burchell, B., Kamerade, D., Balderson, U. (2020) Can Active Labour Market Programmes Emulate the Mental Health Benefits of Regular Paid Employment? Longitudinal Evidence from the United Kingdom. Work, Employment and Society.

Westerlaken, M. (2020). Imagining Multispecies Worlds, PhD Dissertation (Monograph), Malmö University (Sweden).

Westerlaken, M. (2020). What is the Opposite of Speciesism? On Relational Care Ethics and Illustrating Multi-Species-Isms, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, volume ahead of print, pp. 1-19. 

Westerlaken, M. (2020). Telling multispecies worlds: Traces of a counter-concept to speciesism, Abstract/Presentation at European Association for the Study of Science and Technology Conference (EASST).

Yıldız, Y.Y. and P. Baert (2020) ‘Confessions without guilt: Public confessions of state violence in Turkey’. In: Theory and Society. 

2019

Jent, K. 2019. "Stem Cell Niches" in: Fieldsights – Theorizing the Contemporary. Published online by the Society for Cultural Anthropology (April 25). https://culanth.org/fieldsights/stem-cell-niches

Chaparro, Julieta, 2019. “Masters of their own Destiny: Women’s Rights and Forced Sterilizations in Peru” Thompson, Mary & Modhumita, Roy (eds). The Politics of Reproduction: Adoption, Abortion, and Surrogacy in the Age of Neoliberalism. Ohio University Press

Amundsen, R., 2019. “The Price of Admission”: On Notions of Risk and Responsibility in Women’s Sexting Practices. In: K. Lumsden and E. Harmer, eds. 2019. Online Othering: Exploring Digital Violence and Discrimination on the Web. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.145-164. DOI: 1007/978-3-030-12633-9.

Amundsen, R., 2019. Cruel Intentions and Social Conventions: Locating the Shame in Revenge Porn. In: D. Ging and E. Siapera, eds. 2019. G

Sanchez-Rivera, R. (2019) Posicionalidades: Queerness y Eugenesia en Latinoamérica (Positionalities: Queerness and Eugenics in Latin America) in Libro de Actas: Del Otro Lao

Liu, Hong Yu. (2019). Will AI technology worsen inequality in the world of work? THINK, The International Academic Forum

Elnaiem, Mohammed. 2019. Armed, Unarmed, and Non-Violent: The Sudanese Resistance in Sudan's 2018-2019 Revolutionary Uprising. Fletcher Forum of World Affairs 43, p 5.

Jent, K., Forthcoming, Making Stem Cell Niches: An Ethnography of Plasticity.

Amundsen, R., 2019. “Kind of Like Making Porn of Yourself”: Understanding Sexting Through Pornography. Feminist Media Studies, 19 (4), pp.479-494. DOI:
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Haeusermann T. 2019. Forced continuity: Explorations of biographical narratives in dementia care. J Aging Stud. 49:1-8. PMID: 31229213.

Liu, Hong Yu. (2019). Migrant workers in the digital market: China’s platform economy. Asia Dialogue, University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute.

Yildiz,Y. Y. (2019), Confession as disavowal: JİTEM officers confessing to atrocities against Kurds during the 1990s, in Kurds in Adnan Celik and Lucie Drechselova (eds) Turkey: Ethnographies of Heterogeneous Experiences, Lexington Books

Lorena Gazzotti (2019) Deaths, Borders, and the Exception: Humanitarianism at the Spanish–Moroccan Border. American Behavioral Scientist Vol 64, Issue 4, 2020. First Published November 12, 2019

Abrams, B. 2019. “A Fifth Generation of Revolutionary Theory is Yet to ComeJournal of Historical Sociology.  32(2)

Amundsen, R., 2019. “The Price of Admission”: On Notions of Risk and Responsibility in Women’s Sexting Practices. In: K. Lumsden and E. Harmer, eds. 2019. Online Othering: Exploring Digital Violence and Discrimination on the Web. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.145-164. 

Amundsen, R., 2019. Cruel Intentions and Social Conventions: Locating the Shame in Revenge Porn. In: D. Ging and E. Siapera, eds. 2019. Gender Hate Online: Understanding the New Anti-Feminism. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.131-149. 

Amundsen, R. (2019) “Kind of like making porn of yourself”: understanding sexting through pornography, Feminist Media Studies.

Ausserladscheider, V. (forthcoming) Wirtschaftsnationalismus. In Sparsam, J., et al. (eds) Soziologie kapitalistischer Gesellschaften.

Ausserladscheider, V. (2019) Beyond Economic Insecurity and Cultural Backlash: Economic Nationalism and the Rise of the Far Right. Sociology Compass.

Gusenbauer, I., Bartel-Kratochvil, R., Markus, T., Hörtenhuber, S., Schmerer, M., Ausserladscheider, V., Lindenthal, T. (2018) How a region benefits from regionally labeled cheese products in Austria: a model-based empirical assessment along different value chains. Organic Agriculture.

Bacevic, J. 2018. University under attack? Politics, contestation and agency beyond the neoliberal university. In: R. Barnett and M. Peters (eds). The Idea of the University: Contemporary Perspectives. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 21-36

Bacevic, J. (2019). Out with the sorting hat: reversing the logic of competition in research. In: S. Gamsu, R. Hall and F. Shaheen (eds). A New Vision for Further and Higher Education. London: Centre for Labour and Social Studies (CLASS), 26-31.

Bacevic, J. (2011). Universities in Post Conflict Societies, In: Bergan, S et al. (ed): Leadership and Governance in Higher Education: The Handbook. Berlin: RAABE Academic publishers.

Bacevic, J. 2019. Knowing Neoliberalism. Social Epistemology 33 (4), 380-392. https://doi.org/10.1080/02691728.2019.1638990

Bacevic, J. and Nokkala, T. (2018). Agenda Setting and Policy Development in Higher Education. In: P.N. Teixeira and J. Shin (eds). Encyclopaedia of International Higher Education Systems and Institutions. Dordrecht: Springer.

Baker, Tom, et al. 2019. “Prospects for policy circulation studies: Towards engaged pluralism?”, in in Public Policy Circulation: Arenas, Agents and Actions, eds. Christopher Walker & Tom Baker. Edward Elgar

Bojczuk, Iago. “Artificial Intelligence for Good Global Summit in Geneva, Switzerland.” MIT Global Media Technologies & Cultures Lab.

Bojczuk, Iago. “The Kariakoo Market: Mobile Phone Repair Workers and the Shrinking Planet.” MIT Global Media Technologies & Cultures Lab.

Bull, A., Page, T., Bullough, J., 2019. What would a survivor-centred higher education sector look like?, in: Gamsu, S. (Ed.), A New Vision for Further and Higher Education. Centre for Labour and Social Studies, London: 73-82. [Link]

Burchell B J, Coutts A P (2019) The Experience of Self-Employment Among Young People: An Exploratory Analysis of 28 Low- to Middle-Income Countries. American Behavioral Scientist, 63(2), 147–165.

Chaturvedi, G. and Sahai, G., 2019. Understanding Women’s Aspirations: A Study in Three Indian StatesAntyajaa Indian Journal of Women and Social Change, v. 4, p.70-91. 

Csanádi, M., O. Löblová, P. Ozierański, A. Harsányi, Z. Kaló, M. McKee, and L. King. 2019. “When Health Technology Assessment Is Confidential and Experts Have No Power: The Case of Hungary.” Health Economics, Policy and Law 14 (2), 162-181.

Csanádi, M., P. Ozierański, O. Löblová, L. King, Z. Kaló, L. Botz. 2019. “Shedding light on the HTA consultancy market: Insights from Poland”. Health Policy 123 (12), 1237-1243

“My Utopia is Your Utopia? William Morris, Utopian Theory and the Claims of the Past.” Thesis Eleven 152, no. 1 (2019): 87-101.

“Blast from the Past: Hopeful Retrofuturism in Science Fiction Film.” Continuum 33, no. 6 (2019): 729-743.

The Politics of the Book: A Study on the Materiality of Ideas (F. Carreira da Silva and M. Brito Vieira, Pennsylvania State University Press 2019),’

International Sociology 35, no. 5 (2020): 505-08.

‘Dystopian Literature and the Sociological Imagination,’ Thesis Eleven 155, no. 1 (2019): 45-63, with S. Seeger.

de Urzedo, Danilo I., Fisher, R., Piña-Rodrigues, F. C. M., Freire, J. M., & Junqueira, R. G. P. (2019). How policies constrain native seed supply for restoration in Brazil. Restoration Ecology, 27(4), 768–774. 

Desai Manali, and Singh, Rashmi. Forthcoming ‘Chapter 18: Political Parties: Machines Politics and Clientelism’. The New Handbook of Political Sociology, edited by Janoski, Mishra, Mudge and de Leon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Desai, Manali. 2019. “Democratic Trajectories IV: Comment,” in Alf Gunvald Nielsen and Srila Roy, eds. Indian Democracy:Origins, Trajectories, Contestations.” London: Pluto Press.

Dorschel, Robert & Allmendinger, Jutta. (2019). "Über die sozialen Fesseln unserer Sprache". In Eichinger, Ludwig & Plewnia, Albrecht: Neues vom heutigen Deutsch. Empirisch – methodisch – theoretisch. Jahrbuch des Instituts für Deutsche Sprache. De Gruyter, Berlin.

Dow, Katharine. 2019. ‘Looking into the Test-Tube: The Birth of IVF on British Television’, Medical History 63 (2): 189-208. 

Duffy R, Massé F, Smidt E, Marijnen E, Büscher B, Verweijen J, Ramutsindela M, Simlai T et al. 2019. Why we must question the militarisation of conservation. Biol. Conservation. 232:66–7
 

Fleming, W. 2019. Review: Manufacturing Happy Citizens by Edgar Cabanas and Eva Illouz. The Sociological Review.

 

Frankfurth, Y. (2019, forthcoming). Anonymity or openness?  – Germans travelling abroad for egg donation. In Beier, K., Brügge, C., Thorn, P., and Wiesemann, C. (eds.), Familienbildung mit Hilfe Dritter [Making Families with Assisted Reproductive Technologies]. Springer-Verlag (Medizin).

Franklin, S. (2019) Developmental Landmarks and the Warnock Report: A Sociological Account of Biological Translation. Comparative Studies in Society and History 2019;61(4):743–773.

Frayne, D. (2019) ‘Putting therapy to work’ in D. Frayne (ed.) The Work Cure: Critical Essays on Work and Wellness. Monmouth: PCCS

Frayne, D. (2019) Contribution to review symposium: ‘Undoing Work, Rethinking Community by James Chamberlain’, Critical Horizons

Frayne, D. (2019) ‘The employment dogma’ in D. Frayne (ed.) The Work Cure: Critical Essays on Work and Wellness. Monmouth: PCCS

Frayne, D. (2019) Written contribution to ‘False Vacationers’ installation at the Estonian Contemporary Art Museum, Tallinn

Frayne, D. (editor) (2019) The Work Cure: Critical essays on work and wellness. Monmouth: PCCS

Gabrys, J. (2019) How to Do Things with Sensors (University of Minnesota Press, Forerunners series; ISBN: 978-1517908317).

Gabrys, J. 2019. ‘Data Citizens: How to Reinvent Rights.’ In Data Politics: Worlds, Subjects, Rights, edited by Didier Bigo, Engin Isin, Evelyn Ruppert (Routledge Studies in International Political Sociology)

Gill, M. & Roulet, T. (March 2019) Stressed at Work? Mentoring a Colleague Could Help. Harvard Business Review.

Giulia Zanini and Noémie Merleau-Ponty. Under review. “Latéralité. Essai pour caractériser des relations complémentaires à la création de parenté par l’usage des biotechnologies de la reproduction”. Enric Porqueres i Gené et Séverine Mathieu (eds.).

Grover, R.  2019. Far from the Factory? Investigating how women travel to work in rural Cote d’Ivoire. Journal of International Women's Studies, 20 (4), 24-38.

Güzel, Hande. 2019. ‘Architecting the Mouth, Designing the Smile: The Body in Orthodontic Treatment in Turkey’. In Monsters, Monstrosities, and the Monstrous in Culture and Society, edited by Diego Compagna and Stefanie Steinhart, 175–96. Sociology. Vernon Press.

Güzel, Hande. 2019. "Review of the book Gender and HIV in South Africa by Courtenay Sprague". Sociology of Health and Illness, 41. 619-621. 

Güzel, Hande. 2019. "A Madonna in Laleli and Secret: Marginalizing Revirginization and Revirginizers in Turkish Cinema." Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies 15, no. 3: 416-422.

Haeusermann T, Fadda M, Blasimme A, Tzovaras BG, Vayena E. 2018. Genes wide open: Data sharing and the social gradient of genomic privacy. AJOB Empir Bioeth. 9(4):207-221. PMID: 30596357.

Haeusermann T. 2016. Caring Communities. Postgraduate Journal of Medical Humanities. 2:61-83.

Hallink, C. (2019). Liberalism as a Manifestation of the Ideals and Values of Zambia’s Southern Province: The United Party for National Development and the Promotion of Self-reliance through Social Welfare. CSSR Working Paper No. 437. Cape Town: CSSR, University of Cape Town.

Hallink, C. (2019). Promoting Liberalism in Post-apartheid South Africa: How Liberal Politicians in the Democratic Alliance Approach Social Welfare. CSSR Working Paper No. 438. Cape Town: CSSR, University of Cape Town.

Hallink, C. (2019). Defending Negative Freedoms: Liberalism as a Response to the Rising Authoritarianism of the Botswana Democratic Party. CSSR Working Paper No. 439. Cape Town: CSSR, University of Cape Town.

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, Recovering Knowledge (In Preparation). 

Andreas Gofas, Inanna Hamati-Ataya and Nicholas Onuf (ed.) The SAGE Handbook of the History, Philosophy and Sociology of International Relations (London: SAGE, 2018).

Honein-AbouHaidar G, Noubani A, Arnaout N Ismail S, Nimer H, Menassa M, Coutts A P, Rayes D, Jomaa L, Saleh S, Fouad M F (2019) Informal healthcare provision in Lebanon: an adaptive mechanism among displaced Syrian health professionals in a protracted crisis. Conflict and Health 13, 40 (2019)

Howarth D, Marteau T, Coutts A P, Huppert J, Ramos Pinto P (2019) What do the British public think of inequality in health, wealth, and power? Social Science and Medicine.

Hung, J. (2019). Internal Migration in China: Are Rural Migrant Workers Uniquely Socially Vulnerable? The Asian Conference on Education 2019: Conference Proceedings.

Imperial, Miranda (2019). New Materialist Feminist Ecological Practices: La Via Campesina and Activist Environmental Work. Social Science 8: 235.

Imperial, Miranda (2019). A Living Archive: Women’s Absences and the Painterly (Re)inscriptions of the Gendered Nation. Indialogs. Spanish J. Indian Studies 6: 115-131.

Imperial, Miranda (2019). Avatares de la memoria: Gloria Montero y la ficción testimonial en Todas Esas Guerras. In J. Martín-Parraga, ed. Mujer, memoria e identidad en la literatura en lengua inglesa, 235-250. Granada: Comares.

Hamati-Ataya, Inanna (2019[2012]) Behavioralism [revised version]. Oxford Reference in International Studies, ed. Renée Marlin-Bennett. Oxford University Press. 

Jarrod, A. 2017. Martinus Cosmology and Spiritual Evolution: The Essential Ideas and Teachings, as Applied to the Gospels. Light Pillar Press.

Jayadeva, S., 2019. “English‐medium: schooling, social mobility, and inequality in Bangalore, India”. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 50(2), pp.151-169.

Kamerāde D, Wang S, Burchell B, Balderson S U, Coutts A P (2019) A shorter working week for everyone: How much paid work is needed for mental health and well-being? Social Science & Medicine.

Kamerade, D., Wang, S., Brendan, B., Balderson, U. and Coutts, A. (2019) A shorter working week for everyone: How much paid work is needed for mental health and well-being? Social, Science & Medicine. DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2019.06.006.

Kaur A, 2019. Identifying and Bridging Gaps Through the Student Voice, Chapter 17 in Krcmar K (Ed.) The Inclusivity Gap. Aberdeen. Inspired By Learning.

Kaur A, (2019). The Foundations of a Chronic Academic. The Sociological Review.

Khitrov, A. (2019). Assessing the Realism of Police Series: Audience Responses to the Russian Television Series Glukhar’. Journal of Communication Inquiry43(1), 6–24. 

Kolopp, Sarah. 2019. “Haute function publique” (with Émilie Biland) in Hélène Michel and Sandrine Lévêque (eds) Rencontres avec Michel Offerlé. Paris: Le Croquant.

Kudaibergenova, D. 2019. “Mankurts, Kazakh “Russians,” and “Shala” Kazakhs: Language, National Identity, and Ethnicity Revisited” in Laruelle, M. (ed.) The Nazarbayev Generation. Youth in Kazakhstan. Langham, MD: Lexington Books.

Kudaibergenova, D. 2019. “Compartmentalized Ideology: Presidential addresses and Legitimation in Kazakhstan” in Isaacs, R. and Frigerio, A. (eds.) Theorizing Central Asia. Palgrave Macmillan.

Kudaibergenova, D.T., 2019. “The body global and the body traditional: a digital ethnography of Instagram and nationalism in Kazakhstan and Russia,” Central Asian Survey, 38(3), pp.363-380.

Kudaibergenova, D.T., 2019. “Compartmentalized ideology and nation-building in non-democratic states,” Communist and Post-Communist Studies, 52(3), pp.247-257.

Kudaibergenova, D. T., 2019. “Digital Islam and Contemporary Art in Central Asia: Visualizing and Performing Islam,” Central Asian Affairs, 6(2-3), pp.224-252.

Laker, B. & Roulet, T. (2019). Will the 4-day week take hold in Europe? Harvard Business Review

C. Lane, 'Reverse Cultural Globalization: the case of haute cuisine in one global city' (2019), Poetics, Vol. 75, August.

Lennox, C. and Yildiz ,Y. Y. (2019), 'Activist scholarship in human rights', The International Journal of Human Rights, DOI: 10.1080/13642987.2019.1661242

Conference Paper: 2019 “Social Ties or Culture Capital: The Selection of Scientific Elites in China”. Paper is presented at Asia-Pacific Public Policy Network Conference, HKUST, Hong Kong, March 8-9, 2019

Liu, Hong Yu. (2019). The Disappearing Product: Marketing and Markets in the Creative Industries. International Journal of Cultural Policy.

Löblová O., M. Csanádi, P. Ozierański, Z. Kaló, L. King, and M. McKee. 2019. “Patterns of Alternative Access: unpacking the Slovak extraordinary drug reimbursement regime 2012-2016”. Health Policy. 

Löblová O., M. Csanádi, P. Ozierański, Z. Kaló, L. King, and M. McKee. 2019. “Alternative access schemes for pharmaceuticals in Europe: Towards an emerging typology”. Health Policy 123 (7), 630-634.

Lucy van de Wiel (2019) The datafication of reproduction: time-lapse embryo imaging and the commercialisation of IVF. Sociology of Health and Illness Oct;41 Suppl 1(Suppl 1):193-209. 

Mak, H.W., Kim, J. and Wang, S. (2019) The role of parent-adolescent relationship in the development of (pre)hypertension in young adulthood in the US. Journal of Adolescent Health 64(2): 258-264. DOI: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2018.08.009.

Maria Iacovou, Maria A.Davia (2019) Who supports whom? Do adult children living at home share their incomes with their parents? Advances in Life Course Research Volume 40, June 2019, Pages 14-29

Martínez, J. y Soffia M. (2013) “Lo que reflejan los datos del registro de Incami y una aproximación descriptiva sociodemográfica de las mujeres inmigrantes en Santiago de Chile”, in V. Correa; I. Bortolotto & A. Mussait (eds.) Geografías de la espera: migrar, habitar y trabajar en la ciudad de Santiago, Chile (1990-2012), Santiago-Chile, Uqbar Editores, ISBN 978-956-9171-16-1.

Medien, Kathryn. (2019). Foucault in Tunisia: The Encounter with Intolerable Power. The Sociological Review, Online First.

Medien, Kathryn. (2019). Palestine in Deleuze. Theory Culture & Society, 36(5): 49-70.

Meghji, A. (2019) ‘Post-racialism’. SAGE Encyclopaedia of Research Methods. London: SAGE.

Meghji, A. (Forthcoming). 'Race relations'. Routledge Encyclopaedia of Race and Racism. London: Routledge.

Meghji, Ali. 2019. 'White power, racialised regimes of truth, and (in)validity’ Sentio.

Meghji, A. (2019). Black middle class Britannia: identities, repertoires, cultural consumption. Racism, resistance and social change (series edited by John Solomos, Satnam Virdee, and Aaron Winter). Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Meghji, A. (Forthcoming, 2020). Race and class in 21st Century Britain. Palgrave.

Merleau-Ponty, Noémie., Vertommen Sigrid and Pucéat Michel. 2018. "I6 Passages: On the Reproduction of a Human Embryonic Stem Cell Line from Israel to France". New Genetics and Society.

Merleau-Ponty, Noémie. In press. "Corps embryoïdes : biologie moléculaire et cellules vivantes". Ateliers d'anthropologie

Miller, J.K., Peart, A., Soffia, M. (2019) Can police be trained in trauma processing to minimise PTSD symptoms? Feasibility and proof of concept with a newly recruited UK police population. The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles. https://doi.org/10.1177/0032258X19864852

Monrose, K. (Forthcoming 2019) Cassette and tape a carry di swing; The impact of live low fidelity recordings via trans-Atlantic dissemination., in The System is Sound. Edited by Worley, M, & Henry,W, London: Palgrave.

Monrose, K. (2019) Black Men in Britain: An Ethnographic Portrait of the Post-Windrush Generation., Routledge Advances in Ethnography series. Routledge: London.

Monrose, Kenny and Smith, Karline. 2019. The Notting Hill Riots, 1958. In “Resist: Stories of Uprising” Edited by Ra Page. Commapress, https://commapress.co.uk/books/resist-stories-of-uprising

Owusu, M. (2019) ‘Reproductive Justice for Trans and Non-binary People is About More Than Language’, Medium, 27 May. (Accessed: 2 February 2022).

Ozierański, P., O. Löblová, N. Nicholls, M. Csanádi, Z. Kaló, M. McKee, and L. King. 2019. “Transparency in Practice: Evidence from ‘Verification Analyses’ issued by the Polish Agency for Health Technology Assessment in 2012–2015.” Health Economics, Policy and Law 14 (2), 182-204.

Page, T., Bull, A., and Chapman, E. 2019. Making power visible: ‘Slow activism’ to address staff sexual misconduct in higher education. Violence Against Women, 25(11): 1309-1330. [Link]

Perko, T., Van Oudheusden, M., Turcanu, C., Pölzl-Voil, C., Oughton, D. H., Schieber, C., ... & Baudé, S. (2019). "Towards a strategic research agenda for social sciences and humanities in radiological protection." Journal of Radiological Protection 39(3).

Quie, M. “The Body Politics of Security: Sexual Reproductive Health Rights” (chapter 5) in Understanding New Security Threats, Eds. Michel Gueldry, Lui Hebron and Gigi Gocek. NY: Routledge 2019.

Raza-Mejia, S. & Silva, F. C. 2019. The Time of the Human: Temporality and Philosophical Sociology. Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory 21(1): 103-111.

Richard Sullivan, Omar Shamieh, Tezer Kutluk, Adel Daoud, Adam P. Coutts (2019) ‘Inequality and cancer: the conflict ecosystem and refugees’, In Vaccarella S, Lortet-Tieulent J, Saracci R, Conway DI, Straif K, Wild CP, eds (2019). Reducing social inequalities in cancer: evidence and priorities for research. IARC Scientific Publication No. 168. Lyon, France: International Agency for Research on Cancer.

Ritts, M (2019) Contributor, “Anthropocene River” [art collaboration].
 

Ritts, M and Bakker, K (2019) “New Forms:  Anthropocene Festivals, and Experimental Environmental Governance.Environment and Planning E

Roulet, T. J., Paolella, L., Gabbioneta, C., & Muzio, D. (2019). Microfoundations of institutional change in the career structure of UK elite law firms. Research in the Sociology of Organizations. Volume on Microfoundations of institutions. Emerald Publishing Limited.

Rusu, Alexandru & O. Löblová. 2019. “Policy transfer and epistemic communities: is failure the end of the story?”, in Public Policy Circulation: Arenas, Agents and Actions, eds. Christopher Walker & Tom Baker. Edward Elgar

Saavedra Utman, J. 2019. La Voz Como Bien Común Expropiado [Voice as an Expropriated Commons], Persona y Sociedad, 33 (2), 17-41.

Sanchez, Rachell. “Posicionalidades: Queerness y Eugenesia en Latinoamérica”. In: Libro de Actas: Del Otro Lao’. (Accepted for Publication-January 2019)

Sanchez, Rachell. 2017. "Imágenes Y Representaciones De Control De Natalidad, Esterilización Y Anticonceptivos En La Prensa Puertorriqueña: El Mundo, El Imparcial Y Claridad De 1943 a 1974." De Raíz Diversa-Revista Especializada En Estudios Latinoamericanos 4, no. 7: 101-36.

Sandelin, E. and Westerlaken, M. (2019). After the revolution: Prototyping post-speciesist futures, Abstract/Presentation at the 6th European Association for Critical Animal Studies Conference. 

Research Reports:

- lgbtQ+@cam (2019) Out at Cambridge: Why LGBTQ+ disclosure matters to individuals and institutions. Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge.

Schmidt, I. B., de Urzedo, D. I., Piña-Rodrigues, F. C. M., Vieira, D. L. M., de Rezende, G. M., Sampaio, A. B., & Junqueira, R. G. P. (2019). Community-based native seed production for restoration in Brazil – the role of science and policy. Plant Biology, 21(3), 389–397. 

Seah, J. & Tham, B. Can fake news law counter AI Challenge? The Straits Times. June 20, 2019.

Sibai A B; Rizk A; Coutts A P; Monzer G; Daoud A; Sullivan R; Roberts B; Meho L I; Fouad F M; DeJong J (2019) ‘North-South inequities in research collaboration in humanitarian and conflict contexts’. Lancet.

Silva, F. C. 2019. Tocqueville, Alexis de (1805-1859). In: Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd edition. George Ritzer (ed.). New York: Wiley.

Silva, F. C. & Baert, P. 2014. Evolution, Agency and Objects: Re-discovering Classical Pragmatism. In Oxford Handbook of Archaeological Theory. A. Gardner, M. Lake, & U. Sommer (eds). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Silva, F. C. & Viera, M. B. 2019. Habermas in Portugal. In: Habermas Global. The Reception of his Work/Habermas global - Wirkungsgeschichte eines Werks. Luca Corchia, Stefan Müller-Doohm, William Outhwaite (eds.) Berlin: Suhrkamp Verlag.

Smietana, Marcin (2019) ‘Procreative consciousness in a global market: Gay men’s paths to surrogacy in the US,’ In: Marcin Smietana & Charis Thompson (eds.) ‘Making Families: Transnational Surrogacy, Queer Kinship, and Reproductive Justice’. Special Issue of Reproductive BioMedicine and Society, vol. 7 Nov. 2018, pp. 1-160 [open access]

Sparkes, M. (2019). Borrowed identities: class(ification), inequality, and the role of credit-debt in class making and struggle. The Sociological Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/0038026119831563

Sundaram, V., Shannon, E., Page, T., and Phipps, A. 2019. “Developing an Intersectional Approach to Training on Sexual Harassment, Violence and Hate Crimes: Guide for Training Facilitators.” University of York. [Link]

Thomas Jeffrey Miley (2019) Repression and Resistance in CataloniaRevista Internacional de Sociología vol. 77 (4), e144, octubre-diciembre, 2019

Thomas Jeffrey Miley and Roberto Garvía (2019) Conflict in Catalonia: A Sociological Approximation. Genealogy 2019, 3(4), 56

Ushiyama, R. (2019) ‘Commemorating violence in and beyond liberal democracies’. In British Academy (Ed.) Violence and Democracy. London: British Academy, pp. 13-17.

Ushiyama, R. (2019) ‘Latency through uncertainty: the 1994 Matsumoto Sarin Incident as a delayed cultural trauma’. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society 32(1): 21-41. 

Van Oudheusden, M., Charlier, N., & Delvenne, P. (2019). "Flanders Ahead, Wallonia Behind (But Catching Up): Reconstructing Communities Through Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy Making." Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society; 

Wang, S. and Hu, Y. (2019) Migration and health in China: Linking sending and host societies. Population, Space and Place 25(6): e2231. DOI: 10.1002/psp.2231.

Wang, S. and Li, S. (2019) Exploring generational differences of British ethnic minorities in smoking behavior, frequency of alcohol consumption, and dietary style. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16(12): 2241. DOI: 10.3390/ijerph16122241.

Weinberg, Darin. 2019. “Psychosomatic Subjects and the Agencies of Addiction.” BMJ Medical Humanities. 45(2): 162-8

Yong Tienxhi, Jonathan (2019) The Image of Laziness and the Malaysian Middle Class: Unpacking the Politics of Indolence in Lemière, Sophie (Eds.), Minorities Matter: Malaysian Politics and People Vol.3 Singapore: ISEAS

  Zeveleva, O., & Bludova, A. (2019). Borders moving across people: Narratives of belonging among Crimean youth after 2014. Current Sociology. https://doi.org/10.1177/0011392119846929

 

2018

Bacevic, J. 2018. A review of Couldry, N. and Hepp, A.: The mediated construction of reality. Communications, the European Journal of Communication Research. https://doi.org/10.1515/commun-2018-0007

Gürtin , Z. B., Smith, V., Ahuja, K. ‘The social pioneers of egg freezing are facing tough choices’ Bionews, 30 July 2018

Walsh, P. W. and Lehmann, D., Forthcoming, On Academic Celebrity

Holzmann, R, Wels, J. (2018). Status and Progress in Cross-Border Portability of Social Security Benefits, iZA Discussion Paper series

Sanchez, Rachell. "Human Rights Violations and the Chalchihuitán-Chenalhó Land Dispute." Mexico|Politics and Security Section. LatinNews.Com, January 2018, 105-11.

Williams, K. & Gonzalez Hernando, M. (2018). Organisations and policy-relevant knowledge production. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society, 31(2), 127-129.

Gürtin, Z. ‘Happy 40th birthday IVF. Now let’s talk about your dirty secret.’ The Guardian, 25 July 2018

Walsh, P. W., Miley, T. J. and Carvalho, T., Forthcoming, Attitudes Towards Immigration in Europe since 2000 

Gürtin , Z.B. ‘Unscrambling HFEA data on egg freezing: Where are the missing eggs?’ Bionews, 26 March 2018

Adam Coutts, Adel Daoud, Ali Fakih, Walid Marrouch & Bernhard Reinsberg (2018) Guns and butter? Military expenditure and health spending on the eve of the Arab Spring, Defence and Peace Economics

Jent, K. 2018. "Dish Lives," published on ReproSoc Blog (March 2). http://www.reprosoc.com/blog/2018/3/2/dish-lives

National Union of Students and The 1752 Group. Power in the Academy: Staff sexual misconduct in UK higher education. 4 April 2018. Available: https://www.nusconnect.org.uk/resources/nus-staff-student-sexual-misconduct-report

Liu, Z. 2018. Whither the Book Retailing Industry in China: A Historical Reflection. Publishing Research Quarterly. 34(1), 133-146.

Owusu, M. (2018) ‘Black Trans Bois and Reimagining Masculinity’, Medium, 19 November. (Accessed: 2 February 2022).

Scheiring, G, D Stefler, D Irdam, M Fazekas, A Azarova, I Kolesnikova, J Köllő, V Popov, I Szelényi, M Marmot, M Murphy, M McKee, M Bobak and L King. 2018. "The Gendered Effects of Foreign Investment and Prolonged State Ownership on Mortality in Hungary: An Indirect Demographic, Retrospective Cohort Study", The Lancet Global Health 6(1):e95-e102. 

Azarova A., Murphy, M., … King L. (forthcoming). Deindustrialisation: How Employment Shock Affected All-cause Mortality in 20 towns in Sverdlovsk oblast: a retrospective cohort study. BMJ

Liu, Z. Forthcoming. A World of Division and Interdependence: A Sociological Interpretation of the Book Publishing Field in China. Logos. 

Fazekas, M. and Tóth, B. (2018) The extent and cost of corruption in transport infrastructure. New evidence from Europe. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 113, pp. 35-54

Ismail S A, Coutts A P, Rayes D, Roborgh S, Abbara A, Orcutt M,Fouad FM, Honein G, El Arnaout N, Noubani A , Nimer H, and Rutherford S (2018) Refugees, healthcare and crises: informal Syrian health workers in Lebanon. IIED, London. http://pubs.iied.org10856IIED

Bacevic, J. and Nokkala, T. 2018. Agenda setting and policy development, Higher Education. In: Teixeira P., Shin J. (eds) Encyclopedia of International Higher Education Systems and Institutions. Springer, Dordrecht. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-9553-1_137-1

Stefler, D, A Azarova, D Irdam, G Scheiring, M Murphy, M McKee, L King, M Bobak. 2018. "Smoking, alcohol and cancer mortality in Eastern European men: Findings from the PrivMort retrospective cohort study: Smoking, alcohol and cancer mortality in Eastern European men", International Journal of Cancer, First published: 26 March 2018. 

McPherson, E.  2018. Risk and the Pluralism of Digital Human Rights Fact-Finding and Advocacy. In M. Land and J. Aronson, eds.  Human Rights and New Technologies: Power, Participation and Peril. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Liu, Z. revised & resubmission. Between Business and Morality: Day-to-day Activism in the Independent Bookshop in China. Media, Culture & Society. 

Coutts A P (2018) Measuring employment, health and wellbeing outcomes in DWP trials: what to measure and why. Report prepared for the Work and Health Unit, Department for Work and Pensions.

Liu, Z. accepted for revise and resubmit. Independent Bookselling and Its Sociological Significance in the Digital Age. Sociology Compass.

Geelan, T., González Hernando, M. and Walsh, P. W. (Eds.) (2018; 2020 paperback). From Financial Crisis to Social Change: Towards Alternative Horizons. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Special issue of New Genetics and Society, 'Ontological Variations of the Living in Biobanking', co-edited with Fabien Milanovic and Perig Pitrou

Walsh, P. W. Borderline Democracy - Forthcoming

Nosrati, E., Hawkes, S. 2018. Gender and Non-Communicable Diseases: A Review. Report commissioned by the World Health Organization. Forthcoming.

Abrams, B. (Under Review) Divided by Transition: French (1789) and Egyptian (2011) Revolutionary Movements in Comparative Perspective 

Global Health 50/50 Collective. Inaugural Global Health 50/50 Report. London, 8 March, 2018.

Orchard, M. and Yopo, M. (Forthcoming). Inequality and Capabilities. A Multidimensional Empirical Exploration in Chile. In: Comim, F., Fennell, S. and Anand, P. B. (eds), New Frontiers of the Capability Approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 329-350

Reijman, S., Foster, S., & Duschinsky, R. (2018). The infant disorganised attachment classification: “Patterning within the disturbance of coherence”. Social Science & Medicine, 200, 52-58. 

Larsen, R. 29 June 2018. “Media Manipulation, Visibility, and Rights: Public Discussion Around the Right to Be Forgotten”. Presented at Media Manipulation, University of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University.

Abrams, B. (Under Review) Offshoots from Revolutionary Waves: The Spread of Contention from Egypt’s Revolution to Occupy Wall Street

Thang, Leng Leng & Suen, Johan. (2018). “Policy approaches to aging in Singapore: Tackling the limits of the family in supporting seniors”, in Wei-Jun Jean Yeung, Shu Hu, (eds.) Family and Population Changes in Singapore: A Unique Case in the Global Family Change. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 131-149.

Duschinsky, R. (2018). Disorganization, fear and and attachment: working towards clarification. Infant Mental Health 39(10), 17-29 

Larsen, R. 22 May 2018. “Data Colonialism and Data Protection Reform: Transnational Advocacy Networks in Latin America”. Presented at Data Justice Conference, Cardiff University.

Lane, D. 2018. The October Revolution and its Consequences. Society, Environment and Development (St Petersburg), no 3, pp. 31-41. 

Abrams, B., Carvalho, T., and Gardner, P. (Under Review) Flags in Social Protest  

Thang, Leng Leng & Suen, Johan. (2018). “Growing Old in Singapore: Workings of the Many Helping Hands Approach” in Thomas R. Klassen, Masa Higo, Nopraenue S. Dhirathiti, Theresa W. Devasahayam (eds.) Ageing in Asia-Pacific Interdisciplinary and Comparative Perspectives. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 131-152.

Duschinsky, R., & Paddison, C. (2018). “The final arbiter of everything”: a genealogy of concern with patient experience in Britain. Social Theory & Health, 16(1), 94-110. 

Larsen, R., Oman, S., Tchilingirian, J. 16 February 2018. “Researching Think Tanks with Digital Methods and Data Sprints”. Presented at University of Amsterdam’s Digital Methods Winter School and Bath University’s On Think Tanks Conference.

E. Bar-El, "Memory and the Individual", in: Memory 2, Jingrong Gessjon & Eliran Bar-El (eds.), Forthcoming 2018, Jinan University Press.

Nosrati, E., Ash, M., Marmot, M., McKee, M., King, L. P. (2018). The association between income and life expectancy revisited: deindustrialization, incarceration, and the widening health gap. International Journal of Epidemiology. 47(3):720–730.

Larsen, R. 28 October 2017. “Mapping Dynamic Media Ecosystems: A Case Study of the Right to Be Forgotten”. Presented at Dubrovnik Media Days, Digital Intermediaries and Media Pluralism.

Alexandrov, T. (2018). ‘Ethno-cultural associations in Kazakhstan: The Soviet footprint and resources for civil society’Cambridge Journal of Eurasian Studies (2): 1–20. 

Nosrati, E.,  Jenum, A.K., Tran, A.T., Marmot, M., King, L.P. (2018). Ethnicity and place: the geography of diabetes inequalities under a strong welfare state. European Journal of Public Health. 28(1): 30–34.

Wang, S. (2018) Inching up and socio-economic differentiation: Exploring self-rated health of China’s rural-to-urban migrants from 2005 to 2015. American Journal of Health Behavior, 42(5):117-125.

E. Bar-El, "Black Panther as a Red Herring" (The Philosophical Salon)

Wels, J. (2018). Assessing the association between late career working time reduction and retirement plans. A cross-national comparison using the 2012 Labour Force Survey ad hoc module, Social Policy and Society, Forthcoming.

E. Bar-El, "Israelis as Holocaust Deniers" (Ha'Aretz, 21.5.18 [Hebrew])

Walsh, P. W., Forthcoming, The Legislature in Immigration Policymaking: A Liberalist Constraint? 

Gugushvili, A., McKee, M., Murphy, M., Azarova, A., Irdam, D., Doniec, K., King, L. (2018). Intergenerational mobility in relative educational attainment and health-related behaviours. Social Indicators Research, 1-29.

Hen, H. M. (2018). Sub-elites as fiduciary gatekeepers of global elites: a fiscal anthropology of the Cayman Islands offshore financial centre. In S. Chauvin, P. Clegg and B. Cousin (Eds.) Euro-Caribbean Societies in the 21st Century: Offshore Europe and its Discontents. Routledge.

Hen, H. M. and Duncan, A. (2018). Distributed ledgers and the future of wealth transfer technology. In L. Seabrooke and D. Wigan (Eds.) Global Wealth Chains: Governing Assets in the World Economy. Oxford University Press

Inanna Hamati-Ataya (2018) The ‘vocation’ redux: A post-Weberian perspective from the sociology of knowledge. Current Sociology. Vol 66, Issue 7.

Abrams, B. 2018 “The End of Revolution, and its MeansContention 6:2 pp.86-94

Alfred Stepan and Jeff Miley (2018) Federacy and the Kurds: Might This New Political Form Help Mitigate Hobbesian Conflicts in Turkey, Iraq, and Syria? in Forms of pluralism and democratic constitutionalism  Edited by Andrew Arato, Jean L. Cohen, and Astrid von Busekist.

Azarova A., Irdam D., McKee M., King L. (under review). Gendered educational differentials and mortality inequalities in Russia, Belarus and Hungary. The Lancet.

Bacevic, J. (2018). The construction of what? Review of Nick Couldry’s and Andreas Hepp’s “Mediated construction of reality”, Communication Studies Journal 43 (2), 286-288.

Bacevic, J. 2018. With or Without U? Assemblage theory and (de)territorializing the university. Globalisation, Societies and Education17 (1), 78-91, https://doi.org/10.1080/14767724.2018.1498323

Baert, P. and Morgan, M. (2018) 'A performative framework for the study of intellectuals', European Journal of Social Theory 21(3), pp. 322-329.

Bakker, K and Ritts, M (2018) “Smart Earth: A meta-review and implications for environmental governanceGlobal Environmental Change 52, pp. 201-211

Bergs S., Pissaride I., Te Velte R., (2018), "Situating Art’s Histories: The Politics and Paradoxes of Globalizing", in Globalizing Art’s Histories: Politics and Paradoxes, Kunstlicht, Vol 39. No.4. pp. 4-9. Available online

Booth, J. and Baert P. (2018) The Dark Side of Podemos? Carl Schmitt and Contemporary Progressive Populism (London: Routledge).

Brablec, D. (2018). "Pituto". In Alena Ledeneva (Ed.), The Global Encyclopaedia of Informality, (pp.52-54). London: UCL Press.

Chouliaraki L. and Kissas, A. (2018). The communication of horrorism: A typology of ISIS online death videos. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 35(1): 24-39.

Chouliaraki, L. and Kissas, A. (2018). ‘The communication of horrorism: a typology of ISIS online death videos'. In Semati, M., P.M. Szpunar and R.A. Brookey (Eds.), ISIS beyond the spectacle: Communication media, networked publics, and terrorism. New York, NY: Routledge.

Coutts A P, Daoud A, Fakih A, Marrouch W, Reinsberg B (2018) Guns and butter? Military expenditure and health spending on the eve of the Arab Spring, Defence and Peace Economics.

Graphic Justice: Intersections of Comics and Law (T. Giddens ed., Routledge 2015),’ Law and Humanities 12, no. 1 (2018): 143-48.

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Fabien Milanovic, Noémie Merleau-Ponty, Perig Pitrou. 2018. Editorial "Biobanks and the reconfiguration of the living". Special issue of New Genetics and Society.

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Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'Crafting the Reflexive Gaze: Knowledge of Knowledge in the Social Worlds of International Relations', in The Sage Handbook of the History, Philosophy and Sociology of International Relations, ed. Andreas Gofas, Inanna Hamati-Ataya and Nicholas Onuf (London: SAGE, 2018), pp. 13-30. 

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Hei Wan Mak & Maria Iacovou (2018) Dimensions of the Parent–Child Relationship: Effects on Substance Use in Adolescence and Adulthood. Substance Use & Misuse Volume 54, 2019 - Issue 5 Pages 724-736

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Ismail S A, Coutts A P, Rayes D, Roborgh S, Abbara A, Orcutt M,Fouad FM, Honein G, El Arnaout N, Noubani A , Nimer H, and Rutherford S (2018) Refugees, healthcare and crises: informal Syrian healthcare works in Lebanon. International Institute for Environment and Development

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Kenens, J., Van Oudheusden, M., Verschraegen, G., & Van Hoyweghen, I (2018). Engaging citizens in science: Impressions from an international workshop on citizen science. EASST Review 37(3).

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Lindenstrauss, G. and Rogenhofer, J., 2018. Turkey and the EU: A Tug of War Relationship, in The European Union in Turbulent Times: Challenges, Trends, and Significance for Israel. Tel Aviv, pp. 93–102.

Conference Paper: 2018 “Academic Achievement or Social Ties: The Selection of Scientific Elites in China”. Paper is presented at the Asian Conference of the International Chinese Sociological Association, HKUST, Hong Kong, December 19-20, 2018

Conference Paper: 2018 “The Role of Local Government in Renewable Energy Development in China: A Case Study on Wind Curtailment”. Paper is presented at the Public Management Research Conference, NUS, Singapore, May 31-June 2, 2018.

Liu, Z. (2018) A World of Division and Interdependence: A Sociological Interpretation of the Book Publishing Field in China. Logos, 29(1): 7–17. [lead article]

Liu, Z. (2018) Whither the Book Retailing Industry in China: A Historical Reflection. Publishing Research Quarterly, 34(1): 133–146.

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Lorena Gazzotti (2018) From irregular migration to radicalisation? Fragile borders, securitised development and the government of Moroccan youth. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies Volume 45, 2019 - Issue 15

Lucy van de Wiel (2018) Prenatal Imaging: Egg Freezing, Embryo Selection and the Visual Politics of Reproductive Time. Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience  Vol 4 No 2

Mahajan S., Liu HM., Chen LJ., Tsai TC. (2018) A Machine Learning Based PM2.5 Forecasting Framework Using Internet of Environmental Things. In: Lin YB., Deng DJ., You I., Lin CC. (eds) IoT as a Service. IoTaaS 2017. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, vol 246. Springer, Cham.

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Manandhar, M., Hawkes, S., Buse, K., Nosrati, E., Magar, V. (2018). Gender, health and the 2030 agenda for sustainable development. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. In press.

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Medien, K. (2018). Thinking Life, Death, and Solidarity Through Colonized Palestine: An Interview with Jasbir K. Puar. Journal of Middle East Women Studies, 14(1): 94-103.

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Miley, Thomas Jeffrey; Venturini, Federico (2018) Your Freedom and Mine: Abdullah Öcalan and the Kurdish Question in Erdoğan's Turkey. Black Rose Books

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Panievsky, A. (2018) "The Left’s Ideas are Winning – So Why are Its Politicians Losing?", Centre for the Renewal of the Israeli Democracy (Molad)

Panievsky, A. (2018) "The Israeli Media was a Major Accomplice in Netanyahu’s Corruption; What will Become of it When He’s Gone?", Political Economy Research Centre (PERC), Goldsmiths, University of London

Piña-Rodrigues, F. C. M., Urzedo, D., Correa, A., & Figliolia, M. (2018). O futuro das sementes nativas. In C. J. Barbedo & N. A. dos Santos Junior (Eds.), Sementes do Brasil - Produção e Tecnologia para Espécies da Flora Brasileira (pp. 177–207). São Paulo, SP: Instituto de Botânica de São Paulo.

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Proudman, C. (2018), “Feminism and the Labour Left: A Perfect Political Union?”, Renewal Journal.

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Quie, M. “EU Pays to Stop Migrants” in: The World Today January 2018.

Ritts, M (2014- 16, 18) Co-Editor, “Amhaw Gitga’at” [First Nations community newsletter]. Hartley Bay, BC. 

Ritts, M and Greening, S (2018) “Gyitwaalkt: Tsimshian Crosscurrents and Heavy Metal” BC Studies 198, pp. 153-162
 

Ritts, M, Johnson, K, and Peyton J, (2018) “Canoes, Modernity and the Colonial Imagining of ProgressGeohumanities 4 (1), pp. 481-503

Rogenhofer, J. M. 2018. Antidemocratic Populism in Turkey after the July 2016 Coup Attempt, Populism, 1(2), 116-145. https://doi.org/10.1163/25888072-00001010

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Rotar, A.M., A. Preda, O. Löblová, V. Benkovic, S. Zawodnik, L. Gulacsi, M. Niewada, et al. 2018. “Rationalizing the Introduction and Use of Pharmaceutical Products: The Role of Managed Entry Agreements in Central and Eastern European Countries.” Health Policy.

Saavedra Utman, J. 2019. ‘Occupying Space and Time. Enabling Communicative Ecologies for Democracy’. In Patricia Vilches (Ed.) Del Aire al Aire: Negotiating Space in Latin America. Boston, Leiden: Brill Publishers.

Saavedra Utman, J. and Miller, T. 2019. ‘Chile: The Rock of Political Culture and the Hard Place of Cultural Policy’. In Gunnar Iversen and Scott MacKenzie (Eds.) Images and Sounds of Fury: Mapping the Rockumentary. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press

Saavedra Utman, J. and Poblete Vásquez, M. 2018. ‘Entender los Teatros de Pueblo en el Siglo XX: Posibles Lecciones para los Centros Culturales del Siglo XXI’ [To Understand Local Towns in 20th Century: Possible Lessons for Cultural Centres of the 21th Century]. En Yáñez Canal, C; Rucker, U; Valenzuela Gómez, M. (Eds.), La Gestión Cultural desde Latinoamérica, volumen Formación e Investigación: Referencias y Retos del Campo Disciplinar [Cultural Management from Latin America, volume Education and Research: Challenges and References of the Field] (228-239). Guadalajara: Egac-Red Latinoamericana de Gestión Cultural-Universidad De Guadalajara.

Sairambay, Y. (2018). On the international stage, to what extent do legacies of “imperial status” affect contemporary policies and practices of the Russian Federation? iScience, 2(34), 94-98.

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Silva, F.C. 2018. The Politics of the Book. Penn State University Press. With Mónica Brito Vieira.

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Smietana, Marcin (2018). «Mes pères d’intention et moi sommes amis sur Facebook» : comment des femmes porteuses et des pères gais gèrent les tensions entre don et échange marchand aux États-Unis. In: Isabel Côté, Kevin Lavoie & Jerome Courduriès (eds.) Perspectives internationales sur la gestation pour autrui: Expériences des personnes concernées et contextes d’action, pp. 225-247. Presses de l’Université du Québec.

Smietana, Marcin & Thompson, Charis (eds.) 2018. ‘Making Families: Transnational Surrogacy, Queer Kinship, and Reproductive Justice’. Special Issue of Reproductive Biomedicine & Society Online, Vol. 7, Nov. 2018. [open access]

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Sparkes, M., Gumy, J. & Burchell B. (2018) "Debt." In A. Lewis (Ed) Cambridge handbook of psychology and economic behavior. Cambridge University Press.

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Stenger, S., & Roulet, T. J. (2018). Pride against prejudice? The stakes of concealment and disclosure of a stigmatized identity for gay and lesbian auditors. Work, employment and society, 32(2), 257-273. 

Thomas Jeffrey Miley (2018) The nation as hegemonic projectJournal of Political Ideologies Volume 23, 2018 - Issue 2

Valenzuela, E., & Wiegand, P. (2018). Familia y religión en Chile [Family and religion in Chile]. En C. Reyes, & M. Muñoz, La familia en tiempos de cambio [The family in times of change]. Santiago: Uqbar.

Van Oudheusden, M. (2018). De waarheid voorbij? Wetenschap en emotie in een tijd van post-truth [Beyond truth? Science and emotion in a post-truth era]. Tijdschrift Milieu 5(24): 11-13.

Van Oudheusden, M., Turcanu, C., & Molyneux-Hodgson, S. (2018). “Absent, yet present? Moving with ‘Responsible Research and Innovation’ in radiation protection research.” Journal of Responsible Innovation 5(2): 241-246; https://doi.org/10.1080/23299460.2018.1457403

Vartabedian, J. (2018), Brazilian Travesti Migrations: Gender, Sexualities and Embodiment Experiences (Palgrave Macmillan, Series ‘Gender and Sexualities’).

Vayena E, Haeusermann T, Adjekum A, Blasimme A. 2018. Digital health: meeting the ethical and policy challenges. Swiss Med Wkly. 148:w14571. PMID: 29376547.

Wang, S. and Coulter, R. (2018) Exploring ethnic and generational differences in gender role attitudes among immigrant populations in Britain: The role of neighborhood ethnic composition. International Migration Review. DOI: 10.1177/0197918318802780.

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Yildiz, Y. Y. The Paradox of Tear Gas, Interview with Dr Anna Feigenbaum, Jacobin Magazine, 4 May 2018

Yong Tienxhi, Jonathan (2018) [Uneasy Street: The Anxieties of Affluence (Sherman, Rachel, 2017)] LSE Review of Books

Yopo Díaz, M. (2018). Enacting motherhood: time and social change in Chile. Journal of Gender Studies 27 (4), pp. 411-427.

Yopo Díaz, M. (2018). Revisiting Individualization: The transitions to marriage and motherhood in Chile. Current Sociology 66(5), pp. 748-768.

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Sanchez, Rachell. "The Structural Dynamics and Limitations of the New Policy on Disappearances." Mexico|Politics and Security Section. LatinNews.Com, December 2017, 57-62.

Wiegand, P. (Julio, 2017) “Matrimonio a corto plazo: Tiempo de casados” [Short term marriage: Married time] Caras magazine

'How is the EU like the Marvel Universe? Legal Experientialism and Law as a Shared Universe’ (2017) Law and Literature

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‘Steven M Wise and the Common Law Case for Animal Rights: Full Steam Ahead’ (2017) 30(2) Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 287, with Pambos K

Bacevic, J. 2017. “Solving the Democratic Problem.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 6, no. 5 (2017): 50-52.

‘From Dialogue to Disagreement in Comparative Rights Constitutionalism' (Stephenson S, Federation Press 2016)’ [2017] Public Law 337, with Eastaugh C

‘A política do reconhecimento: teoría e prática’ in Maria Gabriela Hita (ed.): Raça, racismo e genética em debates científicos e controversias sociais. Salvador, EDUFBA 2017.

Gürtin, Z.  ‘Why are women freezing their eggs? Because of the lack of eligible men’ The Guardian, 7 July 2017

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Desai, M. 2017. ‘The Emergence of Governance Discourse in Liberalizing India,’ in eds. Sekhar, M., Parasuraman, P, and R. Kattumuri, Governance and the Governed: Multi-Country Perspectives on State, Society, and Development. Springer: Singapore.

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Suen, Johan & Thang, Leng Leng. (2017). Contextual Challenges and the Mosaic of Support: Understanding the Vulnerabilities of Low-Income Informal Caregivers of Dependent Elders in Singapore. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology 33(2), pp. 163-181

Faircloth, C. & Gürtin, Z.B. (2017) Introduction - Making Parents: reproductive Technologies and Parenting Culture Across Borders. Sociological Research Online. 22(2): 6.

K. Dow 2017. ‘“The Men who Made the Breakthrough”: How the British press represented Patrick Steptoe and Robert Edwards in 1978’. Reproductive Biomedicine and Society Online 4: 59-67.

Güell Villanueva, P. and Yopo Díaz, M. 2017. Las Perspectivas Temporales de los Chilenos: Un Estudio Empírico sobre la Dimensión Subjetiva del Tiempo. Universum. Revista de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales 32(1), pp.121-135.

2017. 'Conceptive Journeys’. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 23(3): 623-625. [Review of Cosmopolitan Conceptions by Marcia Inhorn and Problems of Conception by Marit Melhuus]

The World Bank. 2017.  Strategic Country Diagnostic for Benin.  Washington, D.C:  World Bank Group

Lane, D. 2017. The De-Coupling of National Economic elites from Political Elites: Russia and the UK Compared. Corvinus, Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. Vol 8:3S, pp. 221-252.

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Lane, D. 2017. The Significance of the October Revolution. Theory and Struggle, vol. 118, pp. 2-19.

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Ahmad, M. & Mehmood, R. (2017): Surveillance, Authoritarianism, and ‘Imperial Effects’ in Pakistan, Surveillance and Society.

Ahmad, Mahvish. 15 May 2017. "On Feminism’s Fragile Army". In The New Inquiry, Vol. 60, "Shame."

Al Azmeh, Zeina and Du, Xiangyun. 2017. Arts and Medicine: Connecting the Arts and Humanities to Professional Education. In T. Chemi  X. Du, Arts-Based Methods and Organizational Learning. Palgrave Macmillan

Alexandrov, T. (2017). “Gap” in Ledeneva, A., Bailey, A., Barron, S., Curro, C. and Teague, E. (eds.) The Global Encyclopaedia of Informality: Understanding of Global and Cultural Complexity, Vol. 2. London: UCL Press, 47-51.

Azarova A., Irdam D., Gugushvili A., … King L. (2017). The effect of rapid privatisation on mortality in mono-industrial towns in post-Soviet Russia: a retrospective cohort study. The Lancet Public Health, 2 (5), pp e231-e238. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S2468-2667(17)30072-5.

Azarova, A, D Irdam; A Gugushvili; M Fazekas; G Scheiring; P Horvat; D Stefler; I Kolesnikova; V Popov; D Stuckler; I Szelenyi; M Marmot; M Murphy; M McKee; M B and L King. 2017. “The effect of rapid privatisation on mortality in mono-industrial towns in post-Soviet Russia: a retrospective cohort study”, The Lancet Public Health, 2(5): e231-e238

Azarova, A.,  Irdam, D., Gugushvili, A., Fazekas, M., Scheiring, G., Horvat, P., Stefler, D., Kolesnikova, I.,  Popov, V., Stuckler, D., Szelenyi, I., Marmot, M., Murphy M., McKee M., and L King. 2017, The effect of rapid privatisation on mortality in mono-industrial towns in post-Soviet Russia: a retrospective cohort study, The Lancet Public Health, 2(5): e231-e238

Bacevic, J. (2017). Solving the Democratic Problem: A Review of Cruickshank’s and Sassower’s Democratic Problem Solving, Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 6 (5), 50-52.

Brablec, D. (2018). Pituto. In Alena Ledeneva (Ed.), The Global Encyclopaedia of Informality, (pp.52-54). London: UCL Press.

Broms, Rasmus, Dahlström, Carl, and Fazekas, Mihaly (2017) Procurement and Competition in Swedish Municipalities. University of Gothenburg, Quality of Government Institute, Working Papers: 2017:5.

Burchell, B & Wood, A. (2017) "You are never Secure: UK workers in the era of Flexibility" in Svendsen, Z., & Daw, S. World Factory: The Game. Nick Hern Books.

Burchell, B.J., Coutts, A., Hall, E., O’Higgins, N. & Pye, N (2017) "Self-Employment and Entrepreneurship" In Rising to the Youth Employment Challenge: New Evidence on Key Policy Issues, Ed N. O’Higgins, Geneva: ILO.

CARPENEDO, M.; Nardi, H. C. (2017) Maternidade Transnacional e produção de subjetividade: as experiências de mulheres Brasileiras imigrantes vivendo em Londres. [Transnational motherhood and the production of subjectivity: experiences of migrant women from Brazil living in London] Cadernos Pagu (Brazil) n 49 e174912

Charron, N., Dahlström, C., Fazekas, M., and Lapuente, V. (2017), Careers, Connections and Corruption Risks In Europe. Journal of Politics, 79(1), 89–104.

Chávez, C. (under review) "Penalisation and Multidimensional Poverty: Improving our understanding of poverty amongst offenders in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico." Journal of Law, Crime and Social Change

Chisholm, Jennifer. 2017. “How ‘Firm’ Should Affirmative Action Be?” Council on Hemispheric Affairs, April 24. http://www.coha.org/how-firm-should-affirmative-action-be/.

Cohen, S. (2018). Transforming Social Action into Social Change. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.

Daoud, A., Nosrati, E., Reinsberg, B., Kentikelenis, A., Stubbs, T., King L. (2017). The Impact of International Monetary Fund Programs on Child Health. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114(25): 6492-6497.

‘From Dialogue to Disagreement in Comparative Rights Constitutionalism (Stephenson S, Federation Press 2016),’ Public Law (2017): 337-40, with C. Eastaugh.

Della Porta, D.; Donker, T.H.; Hall, B.; Poljarevic, E.; Ritter, D. (2017) Social Movements and Civil War: When protests for democratization fail, Routledge.

Didriksen, M T Hansen, A Rigas, R Allen, B Burchell, L Thørner, K Nielsen, E Di Angelantonio, M Nielsen, Poul Jennum, Thomas Werge, Christian Erikstrup, O Pedersen, H Paarup, Henrik Hjalgrim, M Bruun, K Burgdorf, E Sørensen, Henrik Ullum, 'Comorbidities to restless legs syndrome–results from the Danish blood donor study' Sleep Medicine 40, e79 (2017)

Didriksen, M., Rigas, A. S., Allen, R. P., Burchell, B. J., Angelantonio, E. Di, Nielsen, M. H., … Ullum, H.. Prevalence of restless legs syndrome and associated factors in an otherwise healthy population: results from the Danish Blood Donor Study. sleep. (2017) 

Donker, T.H. (2017) Beyond Syria, Civil society in failed episodes of democratization. Chapter 3 in: Social Movements and Civil War

Donker, T.H., Netterstrom, K.L. (2017) The Tunisian Revolution and the Governance of Religion, Middle East Critique, vol. 26, no. 2.

Elnaiem, Mohammed. 2017. "Struggling Hand in Hand with the Kurdish Youth Movement: Dispatches from the Long March." In Your Freedom and Mine - Abdullah Ocalan and the Kurdish Question in Erdogan's Turkey: Abdullah Ocalan and the Kurdish Question in Erdogan's Turkey. Black Rose Books, pp 347-360.

Fazekas, M., (2017), Red tape, bribery and government favouritism: evidence from Europe. Crime, Law, and Social Change

Fazekas, Mihály, & Tóth, Bence, (2017), Infrastructure for whom? Corruption risks in infrastructure provision across Europe. In G. Hammerschmid, G. Kostka, & K. Wegrich (Eds.), Governance Report 2016. Governance of Infrastructure. pp. 177-202, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Fazekas, Mihály, & Tóth, István János, (2017), Corruption in EU Funds? Europe-wide evidence on the corruption effect of EU-funded public contracting. In J. Bachtler et al (Eds.), EU Cohesion Policy. Reassessing performance and direction. pp. 186-205, Routledge, London.

Fazekas, M., andCingolani, L., (2017), Breaking the cycle? How (not) to use political finance regulations to counter public procurement corruption. Slavonic & East European Review, 95(1), 76-116.

Fazekas, M., Skuhrovec, J., Wachs, J. (2017): Corruption, government turnover, and public contracting market structure – Insights using network analysis and objective corruption proxies. GTI-WP/2017:02, Budapest: Government Transparency Institute.

Ferrario, A., D. Arāja, T. Bochenek, T. Čatić, D. Dankó, M. Dimitrova, J. Fürst, et al. 2017. “The Implementation of Managed Entry Agreements in Central and Eastern Europe: Findings and Implications.” PharmacoEconomics.

Fouad M Fouad, Annie Sparrow, Ahmad Tarakji, Mohamad Alameddine, Fadi El-Jardali, Adam P Coutts, Nour El Arnaout, Lama Bou Karroum, Mohammed Jawad, Sophie Roborgh, Aula Abbara, Fadi Alhalabi, Ibrahim AlMasri, Samer Jabbour (2017) Health workers and the weaponisation of health care in Syria: a preliminary inquiry for The Lancet-American University of Beirut Commission on Syria. Lancet

Gabrys, J. 2017. ‘Air Walk: Monitoring Pollution and Experimenting with Forms of Participation.’ In Walking through Social Research, edited by Charlotte Bates and Alex Rhys-Taylor (London: Routledge, “Advances in Research Methods Series”), 144-161

Gabrys, J. 2017. “Citizen Sensing, Air Pollution and Fracking: From ‘Caring about Your Air’ to Speculative Practices of Evidencing Harm.” Sociological Review, 65, no. 2, "Care and Policy" monograph series, 172-192.

Gardner, Peter Robert (2017) “Diaspora, Defeatism and Dignity: Ulster Protestant Reimaginations of the Self through Ulster-Scots Americanism,” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/01419870.2017.1332379.

Geelan, Torsten. and Hodder, Andy. (2017) Enhancing Transnational Labour Solidarity: The Unfulfilled Promise of the Internet and Social Media, Industrial Relations Journal, 48 (4): 345-364.

González Hernando, M. (Accepted) Think-tanks in an era of austerity: The role of policy analysis in the global financial crisis and the great recession. Policy and Society (part of accepted special issue proposal, expected 03/2018). 

Gonzalez Hernando, M. (2017). Book Review:Gramsci’s Common Sense: Inequality and its Narratives. LSE Review of Books- 04/01/2017

Forthcoming: Navigating through an epistemic crisis: Intellectual and institutional transformations of two British think tanks in the aftermath of the global financial crisis and great recession (part of accepted thematic issue, expected 03/2018).

Forthcoming: (with Undurraga, Tomás) Complicidad intelectual: el caso de los expertos en economía. In: Bohoslavsky, Juan Pablo, Fernández, Karinna and Smart, Sebastián (eds.) Matar por dinero: Los cómplices económicos de la dictadura pinochetista. Santiago: LOM.

Güell Villanueva, P. and Yopo Díaz, M. 2017. Las Perspectivas Temporales de los Chilenos: Un Estudio Empírico sobre la Dimensión Subjetiva del Tiempo. Universum. Revista de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales 32(1), pp. 121-135.

Haeusermann T, Greshake B, Blasimme A, Irdam D, Richards M, Vayena E. 2017. Open sharing of genomic data: Who does it and why? PLoS One. 12(5):e0177158. PMID: 28486511.

Haeusermann T. 2017. The dementias - A review and a call for a disaggregated approach. J Aging Stud. 42:22-31. PMID: 28918818.

Haeusermann T. 2017. The Dementia Village – Between Community and Society. In: Krause, F and Boldt, J (eds). Caring about Care: Theoretical and Practical Challenges in Healthcare. 135-168.

Haeusermann T.  2017. Opinion: Get to Know Why People Openly Share Genomic Data. The Scientist.

Haeusermann T. 2017. Book Review: A Passion for Society: How We Think about Human Suffering. Sociology of Health & Illness (4): 648-649.

Haeusermann, T & Greshake, B.  2017. Is sharing always caring? On open genomic data sharing and why people do it. DNA DIGEST.

Hen, H. M. (2017). The appeal of tax! Journal of Money Laundering Control, 20(1).

Hogarth, S. (2017) Valley of the unicorns: consumer genomics, venture capital and digital disruptionNew Genetics and Society Pages 250-272

Auspurg, K., Iacovou, M. and Nicoletti, C. (2017). Housework Share Between Partners: Experimental Evidence on Gender-Specific Preferences. Social Science Research.

Iacovou, M. (2016) “Young people’s experiences of employment and unemployment across Europe: Evidence from the EU-SILC”. In Bynner, J. and Schoon, I. “Young People and the Great Recession: Work, Family, Health and Social Attitudes”. Cambridge University Press, 2017 (in press)

Islam, A. (2017) Book Review: Lynsey Hanley, Respectable: The Experience of Class, Sociology

Bacevic, J. 2017. Beyond the Third Mission: Toward an Actor-Based Account of Universities’ Relationship with Society.  In: Universities in the Neoliberal Era (H. Ergül and S. Coşar, eds). Palgrave Macmillan UK, pp 21-39.

Kissas, A. (2017). Ideology in the age of mediatized politics: From ‘belief systems’ to the re-contextualizing principle of discourse. Journal of Political Ideologies, 22(2): 197-215.

Kolopp, Sarah. 2017. “‘On vit les aventures qu’on peut’. Un promoteur immobilier français au Etats-Unis” in Michel Offerlé (ed.) Le monde des patrons. Paris: La Découverte.

Kolopp Sarah. 2017. “La voie royale ? Un énarque, du ministère des Finances à la banque d’affaires” in Michel Offerlé (ed.) Le monde des patrons. Paris: La Découverte.

Kolopp, Sarah. 2017. “The Scholar, the Wealthy and the Powerful. Notes on Academic Culture in Elite-Focused Fieldwork“ (with Caroline Bertron). Journal of Education and Work, 30(2).

Kudaibergenova, D. 2017. “The ideology of Development and Legitimation: Beyond “Kazakhstan-2030” in Ozcan, G.B. (ed.) Diverging Paths of Development in Central Asia. London: Routledge. May 2017.

Kudaibergenova, D. 2017. “The Archaeology of Nationalising Regimes in Post-Soviet Space: Narratives, Elites and Minorities,” Problems of Post-Communism Journal, 64, 6, pp. 342-355.

Kudaibergenova, D. 2017. “Modernizing the Past in the Present: Sabit Mukanov’s Botagoz and Early Soviet Kazakh literature,” in the Special Issue on Russian Orientalism in Central Asia, Cambridge Central Asia Reviews.

Kudaibergenova, D. 2017. “My Silk Road to You”: Re-Imagining Routes, Roads, and Geography in Contemporary Art of “Central Asia,” Journal of Eurasian Studies, 8, 1, pp. 31-43.

Kudaibergenova, D.T. Re-writing the Nation in Modern Kazakh Literature. Elites and Narratives. Langham, MD: Lexington, 2017.

Lawson Collective learning, system competences and epistemically signicant moments, (2017) in the book: High-technology clusters, networking and collective learning in Europe - Taylor and Francis

Lawson, C. Technology and Isolation, (2017) - Cambridge University Press

Huang, J., Li, W., Huang, X., Guo, L. (2017) Analysis of the Relative Sustainability of Land Devoted to Bioenergy: Comparing Land-Use Alternatives in China." Sustainability 9.5 (2017): 801.

Conference Paper: 2017 “Educational Assortative Marriage and Offspring’s Educational Achievement”. Paper is presented at the First National Graduates Conference of Sociology, Shanghai, China, July, 2017.

Conference Paper: 2017 “The Trend and Consequence of Educational Assortative Marriage”. Paper is presented at the 11th National Graduates Conference of Demography, Peking University, China, June, 2017.

LIU Canhui, YE Hua, 2017, “Determinants of the Registration and Voting Behavior of Macao Youths”, Journal of Canton, Hong Kong and Macao study

Löblová, Olga (2017) "What has health technology assessment ever done for us?" Journal of Health Services Research & Policy

Löblová, Olga (2017) "When Epistemic Communities Fail: Exploring the Mechanism of Policy Influence". Policy Studies Journal 10.1111/psj.12213.

Alessandra Ferrario et al. (2017) "The implementation of managed entry agreements in Central and Eastern Europe: findings and implications". PharmacoEconomics (First Online). https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40273-017-0559-4

M. Murtagh, J. Minion, A. Turner, B. Wilson, M. Blell, C. Ochieng, B. Murtagh, S. Roberts, O. Butters, P. Burton. (2017) The ECOUTER methodology for stakeholder engagement in translational research. BMC Medical Ethics. Volume 18, Number 1, Page 1. DOI: 10.1186/s12910-017-0167-z.

Chen, L. J., Ho, Y. H., Hsieh, H. H., Huang, S. T., Lee, H. C., & Mahajan, S. (2017). ADF: An anomaly detection framework for large-scale PM2. 5 sensing systems. IEEE Internet of Things Journal, 5(2), 559-570.

McPherson, E. 2017. ‘Social Media and Human Rights Advocacy.’ In H. Tumber and S. Waisbord, eds. The Routledge Companion to Media and Human Rights, London, UK: Routledge, pp. 279-88.

McPherson, E. and T. Probert.  2017. Special Procedures in the Digital Age.  In A. Nolan, R. Freedman & T. Murphy, eds. The United Nations Special Procedures System. Boston, MA: Brill, pp. 261-270.

McPherson, E. and T. Probert.  2017. ‘Special Procedures in the Digital Age.’  In A. Nolan, R. Freedman & T. Murphy, eds. The United Nations Special Procedures System. Boston, MA: Brill, pp. 261-70.

Meghji, A. (2017). Politics then and now: the enduring legacy of Stuart Hall. Cultural Studies. 31(6), 1-3

Meghji, A. (2017). Encoding and decoding Black and White Cultural Capitals: Black Middle-Class ExperiencesCultural Sociology, Vol 13, Issue 1, 2019, Online First, pp. 1-17.

Meghji, A. (2017). Politics then and now: the enduring legacy of Stuart Hall. Cultural Studies31(6), 1-3.

Merleau-Ponty Noémie.  2017. Book review of 'Transnational Reproduction' by Daisy Deomampo, invited by New Genetics and Society.

Merleau-Ponty Noémie. 2017. “Féconder in Vitro Dans Des Laboratoires En Inde et En France : Une Somatotechnique ?” Ethnologie française, n°3, pp.511-520

Merleau-Ponty Noémie. Forthcoming. “Les Catégories Du Vivant. Ethnographie Des Affects Dans Des Laboratoires de Biologie.” In “(D)écrire Les Affects: Perspectives et Enjeux Anthropologiques”, edited by Carine Plancke et Léo Mariani, éditions Pétra

Merleau-Ponty Noémie. 2017. « Potentiels embryonnaires. La sélection des embryons, une source d’intranquillité ? », in, Muriel Flis-Trèves et René Frydman, L’intranquillité, déni ou réalité, GyPsy XVI, Paris, PUF, pp.63-82 ; ISBN 2130786472/ EAN 9782130786474

Milanovic Fabien, Merleau-Ponty Noémie & Pitrou Perig. Forthcoming 2017. “Biobanques: quelles reconfigurations pour le vivant? Approches interdisciplinaires”. Natures Sciences et Sociétés 2017 (4).

Milanovic Fabien, Merleau-Ponty Noémie & Pitrou Perig. 2017. “Biobanques: quelles reconfigurations pour le vivant? Approches interdisciplinaires”. Natures Sciences et Sociétés. Recherches et Débats interdisciplinaires 25 (3), pp. 268-275. Rubrique « Vie de la Recherche ». 

Miller et al. (2017). Impairment in active navigation from trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory, 140, 114-123.

Miller, J. et al. (2017) The Impact of the Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Gene on Trauma and Spatial Processing. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 6(12), 108. 

Mobayed, Saide. 2017. ‘Female Genital Mutilation and Early Marriage in Kenya: The Local Response to Global Norms’.  Revista CIDOB d'Afers Internacionals.

Monrose, K. (2017) Shame, Scandal and Respectability within the Post Windrush generation, in Mischief, Morality and Mobs. Edited by Hobbs, D. pp61-82, New York. Routledge.

Morgan, M. and Baert, P. (2017), ‘Acting Out Ideas: Performative Citizenship in the Black Consciousness Movement’, American Journal of Cultural Sociology, OnlineFirst,

Morgan, M. and P.Baert (2017) 'I act how I like: Performative citizenship within the Black Consciousness Movement'. In: American Journal of Cultural Sociology.

Nosrati, E., Ash, M., Marmot, M., McKee, M., King, L. (2017). The association between income and life expectancy revisited: deindustrialization, incarceration, and the widening health gap. International Journal of Epidemiology. 

Nosrati, E., Jenum, A.K., Tran, A.T., Marmot, M., King, L. (2017). Ethnicity and place: the geography of diabetes inequalities under a strong welfare state. European Journal of Public Health.

Nosrati, E. (2017). “Survivre à Montparnasse” (book chapter) in Michel Offerlé. (Ed.) Patrons en France. Paris: La Découverte, pp. 220–231.

O' Shaughnessy, A., 2017. Analysing the abortion rights debate as a question of ‘body theory’. Junctions: Graduate Journal of the Humanities, 2(1), pp.25–36. 

Olga Zeveleva. 2017. "States and standardisation: constructing the co-ethnic migrant story in Germany." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 

Olga Zeveleva. 2017. "Biopolitics, Borders, and Refugee Camps: Exercising Sovereign Power Over Nonmembers of the State." Nationalities Papers, Vol. 45 No. 1: pp.41-60.

Page, T. A reflection on vulnerable methods of research. Feminist Review Blog. 2 May 2017. Available at: https://femrev.wordpress.com/2017/05/02/a-reflection-on-vulnerable-metho...

Page, T. Imperial College and Culture Change. 5 January 2017. The 1752 Group Blog. Available at: https://1752group.com/imperial-college-and-cultural-change/

Page, T. 2017. Vulnerable writing as a feminist methodological practice. Feminist Review, 115: 13-29

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Panievsky, A. (2017) "Is Trump Pro-Israel or Pro-Netanyahu? Why the Israeli Media Got It Wrong", Political Economy Research Centre (PERC), Goldsmiths, University of London

Panievsky, A. (2017) "Why did Netanyahu Stutter in the Face of Neo-Nazism?" LSE Middle East centre blog, London School of Economics (LSE)

Piasna, A., Burchell, B.J., Sehnbruch, K. & Agloni, N. (2017) "Job Quality: Conceptual and methodological challenges for comparative analysis."  In Making Work More Equal: A New Labour Market Segmentation Approach.  Eds D. Grimshaw, C. Fagan, G. Hebson, & I Tavora. Manchester, Manchester University Press.

Proudman, C. (2015), “The End Demand Campaign,” Family Law Journal, 45(2), 105-238.

Proudman, C. (2012), “The Criminalisation of Forced Marriage across Europe,” International Family Law Journal.

Ritts, M (2017) “Amplifying Environmental Politics: Ocean Noise.” Antipode 49 (5), pp. 1406-1426.
 

Ritts, M (2017) “Guided By Voices: Whale Music and Environmentalism, 1965-1985.” Environment and Planning D 35 (6), pp. 1096-1114
 

Rossignol, N. & Van Oudheusden, M. (2017). “Learning from Incidents and Incident Reporting: Safety Governance at a Belgian Nuclear Research Center.” Science, Technology & Human Values 42(4): 679-702; 

Roulet, T. J., Gill, M. J., Stenger, S., & Gill, D. J. (2017). Reconsidering the value of covert research: The role of ambiguous consent in participant observation. Organizational Research Methods, 20(3), 487-517. 

Iran's Rhetoric Aggression:  Instrumentalizing Foreign Policy Power through Media (2017), Iran Media Program Annenberg School for Communication.

Saavedra Utman, J. and Miller, T. 2017. The Insignificance of David Bowie: Latin America’s Refusal of a World Icon. Continuum, Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 31:4, 509-518.

Sanchez, Rachell. "Reggaetón, Trap Y Masculinidades En Puerto Rico." In: Adiós a Las Armas: Masculinidades En Retirada Y Otros Avances. 2017. (Accepted-February 2017)

Sanchez-Rivera, R. (2017) Imágenes y representaciones de control de natalidad, esterilización y anticonceptivos en la prensa puertorriqueña: El Mundo, El Imparcial y Claridad de 1943 a 1974. (Images and Representations of Population Control, Sterilization Procedures and Contraceptives in the Puerto Rican Press), De Raíz Diversa-Revista Especializada en Estudios Latinoamericanos Vol.4, No.7: 101-36.

Scheiring, G, D Irdam and L King. 2017. “The wounds of post-socialism: a systematic review of the social determinants of mortality in Hungary”, Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, Online First, 17 November 2017. 

Scheiring, G.; Stefler, D.; Irdam, D.; Fazekas, M; Azarova, A.; Kolesnikova, I;  Bobak, M.;McKee, M.; King, L; Murphy, M. (2017) The gendered effects of foreign investment and prolonged state ownership on mortality in Hungary: an indirect demographic, retrospective cohort study, The Lancet Global Health. DOI: 10.1016/S2214-109X(17)30391-1

Silva, F.C. 2017. Waiting for Godot? Welfare Attitudes in Portugal Before and After the Financial Crisis. Political Studies 65(3): 535-558. With Mónica Brito Vieira and Cicero Pereira.

Silva, R. R. P., Urzedo, D. I., & Bensusan, N. (2017). Florestação: biodiversidade em jogo (‘Forestaction: Biodiversity in game’). São Paulo: Instituto Socioambiental.

Geelan, Torsten. Skovrind, Magnus. and Ribe, Malthe. (2017) The Highly-Educated Precariat in the Danish Labour Market, Danish Sociology, 28 (2): 27-51.

Smietana, Marcin (2017). Affective de-commodifying, economic de-kinning: Surrogates’ and gay fathers’ narratives in U.S. surrogacy. In: Charlotte Faircloth, & Zeynep Gurtin. ‘Making Parents: Reproductive Technologies and Parenting Culture across Borders’ Special Issue of Sociological Research Online 22(2): 6. DOI: 10.5153/sro.4312

Sparkes, M., Gumy, J. and Burchell, B. (2017), “Debt: Beyond Homo Economicus”, in A. Lewis (ed), Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Economic Behaviour (Second Edition), pp. 198-233, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Susen, S. and Baert P. (2017) The Sociology of Intellectuals (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).

Thompson, J.B., Avramopoulou, E. and Pasquetti, S., ‘Suffering: The Human and Social Costs of Economic Crisis, in Manuel Castells et al. (eds.), Europe’s Crises (Cambridge: Polity, 2017), pp. 148-77.

Ariztia, T., Agloni, N., Pellandini-Simányi, L. (2017). Ethical living: relinking ethics and consumption through care in Chile and Brazil. British Journal of Sociology, doi: 10.1111/1468-4446.12265

Tóth, B., Fazekas, M. (2017): Compliance and strategic contract manipulation around single market regulatory thresholds – the case of Poland. GTI-WP/2017:01, Budapest: Government Transparency Institute.

Urzedo, D. I., Sa, D., Junqueira, R. G. P., & Souza, B. D. F. (2017). Sementes de resistência e frutos de transformação. In A. Villas-Bôas;, N. R. Guerrero, R. G. P. Junqueira, & A. Postigo (Eds.), Xingu: histórias dos produtos da floresta (pp. 155–172). São Paulo: Instituto Socioambiental.

Van Bouwel, J. & Van Oudheusden, M. (2017). Beyond Consensus? A Reply to Alan Irwin. Social Epistemology Review & Reply Collective 24 October.

Van Bouwel, J. & Van Oudheusden, M. (2017). “Participation Beyond Consensus? Technology Assessments, Consensus Conferences and Democratic Modulation.” Social Epistemology 31(6): 497-513; 

Vartabedian, J. (in preparation), Travesti Geographies. Bodies, sexualities and Brazilian travesti migrations (under contract with Palgrave Macmillan, Series ‘Gender and Sexualities’).

Vartabedian, J. (2017), ‘Bodies and desires on the Internet: An approach to trans women sex workers’ websites’, Sexualities, OnlineFirst publication, DOI: 10.1177/1363460717713381. 

Vartabedian, J. (2017), ‘Travestis brasileiras no mercado (trans)nacional do sexo: algumas idéias para descentrar’ [‘Brazilian travesti sex workers in the (trans)national sex marketplace: some ideas to decentre’], BAGOAS - Estudos gays: gêneros e sexualidades, 11(17), Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, pp. 63-92.

Vertommen, Sigrid. 2017. “From the Pergonal Project to Kadimastem: A genealogy of Israel’s reproductive-industrial complex”. BioSocieties 12(2): pp. 282-306.

Vertommen, Sigrid. 2017."Babies from behind the bars: stratified assisted reproduction in Israel/Palestine”. In Assisted Reproduction in Movement Standardization and Renegotiation. Eds. Merete Lie and Nina Lykke, Routledge. pp. 207-218.

Leonard, D., & Wels, J. (2017). Les femmes et le vieillissement actif. Entre lisibilité et traçabilité, quels enjeux pour l’emploi et le travail ? in Pensées féministes – Argent et travail des femmes. Le nerf de la guerre... des sexes?, Bruxelles : éditions de l’université des femmes.

Westerlaken, M. (2017). Self-Fashioning in Action: Zelda’s Breath of the Wild Vegan Run, Proceedings of the Philosophy of Computer Games Conference, pp. 1-14. 

Westerlaken, M. (2017). Uncivilizing the Future: Imagining Non-Speciesism. Antae – Special Issue on Utopian Perspectives, 4(1), 53-67. 

Westerlaken, M. and Gualeni, S. (2017). A Dialogue Concerning ‘Doing Philosophy with and within Computer Games’ – or: Twenty rainy minutes in Krakow.  Proceedings of the Philosophy of Computer Games Conference, pp 1-13. 

Yildiz, Y. Y. (2017), Encountering the Invisible: Syrian Dom Refugees in Turkey, Roma Rights Journal, pp. 73 – 78

Yong Tienxhi, Jonathan (2017) [Taming the Wild: Aborginies and Racial Knowledge in Colonial Malaysia (Manickam, Sandra Khor, 2015]) Berita (Malaysa/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group Newsletter), Association for Asian Studies

Yong Tienxhi, Jonathan (2017) Meritocracy and the Malaysian Chinese in Nine (Eds.) Straits Eclectic Petaling Jaya: Gerakbudaya

Zeveleva O. 2017. Biopolitics, Borders, and Refugee Camps: Exercising Sovereign Power Over Nonmembers of the State // Nationalities Papers: The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity. Vol. 45. No. 1. P. 41-60.

2016

The Crisis of Multiculturalism in Latin America, Palgrave, 2016

Test Book, Author, 2016, Subject Matter

‘The Religious Field in Latin America: Autonomy and Fragmentation’, in The Cambridge History of  Religions in Latin America (eds. Virginia Garrard-Burnett, Paul Freston and Stephen C. Dove), 2016. 

‘Introduction’ and ‘The Politics of Naming: Affirmative Action in Brazilian Higher Education’ in David Lehmann (ed.): (edited) The Crisis of Multiculturalism in Latin America, New York, Palgrave 2016 (in press)

Jent, K. 2016. "Unfolding Organogenesis," published on ReproSoc Blog (May 5).http://www.reprosoc.com/blog/2016/11/30/unfolding-organogenesis?rq=unfolding

Jent, K. 2016. "Reproducing the Magic: Uncertain Science and Reason+," published on Somatosphere.net (April 26). http://somatosphere.net/forumpost/reproducing-the-magic-uncertain-science-and-reason/

Burchell B, Coutts A P, Hall E, Pye N (2016) Self-employment programmes for young people: A review of the context, policies and evidence. Report prepared for the Employment Policy Department. Working Paper No. 198.

Ontita, M. K., Ooko, G. A., Mwangi, A. M., Andago, A. A. (2016). Knowledge and Practice of Essential Care among Preterm and Low Birth Weight Infants in Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya. Journal of International Academic Research for Multidisciplinary. Volume 4. Issue 8.

Venkatapuram S, Coutts A P, Mall P (2016) Ten Years of Research Evidence in Health and Development (2005 – 2015). Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and Department for International Development (DFID) Joint Fund for Poverty Alleviation Research.

Gürtin, Z. B. (2016) Patriarchal Pronatalism: Islam, Secularism and the Conjugal Confines of the Turkish IVF Boom. Reproductive BioMedicine & Society Online. 2: 39-46.

World Bank Blog “Looking at urbanization through a jobs lens”.  http://blogs.worldbank.org/jobs/looking-urbanization-through-jobs-lens

E. Bar-El, "Slavoj Zizek: Between public intellectual and academic celebrity" (The Sociological Review, 26.5.16)

Lane, D. 2016. The International Context: Russia, Ukraine and the Drift to East-West Confrontation. International Critical Thought, 6(4), 623-644.

Lane, D. 2016. Post-Socialist Regions in the World System. European Politics and Society, Vol 17:S1. 

Addicott, J. E. "Satellite farming, food and human wellbeing" in Changing our Environment, Changing Ourselves: Nature, Labour, Knowledge & Alienation (Ed. James S. Ormrod, forthcoming on Palgrave Macmillan)

Sehnbruch K, Agloni N, Imilan W and Sanhueza C (forthcoming). Social Policy Responses of the Chilean State to the Earthquacke and Tsunami of 2010. Latin American Perspectives. 

Ariztía T, Kleine D, Bartholo R, Brightwell G, Agloni N and Afonso R (2016). Beyond the “Deficit Discourse”: Mapping Ethical Consumption Discourses in Chile and Brazil. Environment and Planning A. Published online before print, February 21st, 2016

Ahmad, Mahvish (with Madiha Tahir). 4 June 2016. "Drone Blowback is a Bad Argument. Here's Why." Warscapes

Ahmad, Mahvish (with Madiha Tahir). 2 March 2016. "The Law of the Father." The News

Alves, N. A., D. Cairns, T. Carvalho, A. Alexandre (2016), Os Jovens e o 25 de Abril: Memória e Ação (Youth and 25th of April: Memory and Action). In Dos ‘Anos Quentes’ à Estabilidade Democrática, Lisboa, Mundos Sociais

Arsenii Khitrov (2016). “Representations of the Police in Contemporary Russian Police TV Series: The Case of Glukhar’.” Journal of Communication Inquiry 40, no. 2: 179–95. 

Ausserladscheider, V. (2016) The ECB´s Stress Test: The Logic of Legitimization and the Locus of Power in the European Union. Innsbruck Journal of Political Science and Sociology, Vol. 3.

Bacevic, J. 2016. Education, conflict and class reproduction in socialist Yugoslavia. In: Social Inequalities and Discontent in Yugoslav Socialism (R. Archer, I. Duda and P. Stubbs, eds.) Abingdon: Ashgate, pp.77-94. 

Bacevic, J. 2016. Under siege? Politics, contestation and agency beyond the ‘neoliberal university’. In: The Global University (R. Barnett and M. Peters, eds.). London: Peter Lang. 

Bacevic, J. 2016. Beyond Third Mission: Towards an actor—based account of universities’ relationships with the society. In: University in the Neoliberal Era: Cultures, Stories and Voices that Matter (H. Ergül and S. Cosar, eds.). London: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Bro, Naim, and Asiya Islam (2016). “Táhirih unveiled: poet, theologian and revolutionary.” openDemocracy, 24 October 2016

Burchell, B., Coutts, A., Hall, E. and Pye, N. 2016. Self-employment programmes for young people: A review of the context, policies and evidence. ILO Employment Working Paper No. 198.

Chávez, C. (2016) “Happiness and Economic Growth: Lessons from Developing Countries.” Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 17(2), 296-298

Chisholm, Jennifer .2016. “Forced Evictions and Black-Indigenous Land Rights in the Marvelous City.” Brasiliana: Journal for Brazilian Studies 4, no. 2 (June): 513-549. http://ojs.statsbiblioteket.dk/index.php/bras/article/view/21425.

Chisholm, Jennifer. (Forthcoming) “Forced Evictions and Black-Indigenous Land Rights in the Marvelous City.” Brasiliana: Journal for Brazilian Studies.

de Urzedo, D. I., Vidal, E., Sills, E. O., Piña-Rodrigues, F. C. M., & Junqueira, R. G. P. (2016). Tropical forest seeds in the household economy: effects of market participation among three sociocultural groups in the Upper Xingu region of the Brazilian Amazon. Environmental Conservation, 43(1), 13–23. 

Desai, M. 2016. ‘Gendered Violence and the Body Politic in India', New Left Review, May/June.

Desai, Manali and Indrajit Roy. 2016. ‘Development Discourse and Popular Articulations in Urban Gujarat,’ Critical Asian Studies, Vol. 48, no. 1. 

Dow, K., 2016. ‘Seeing with Dolphins: Reflections on the Salience of Cetaceans’. In Thinking about Animals in the Age of the Anthropocene: Human-animal relations in the era of humankind, eds. Morten Tønnessen, Silver Rattasepp and Kristin Armstrong Oma. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Dow, K., 2016. Making a Good Life: An Ethnography of Nature, Ethics and Reproduction. Princeton University Press.

Dow, Katharine. 2016. Making a Good Life: An Ethnography of Nature, Ethics and Reproduction. Princeton University Press.

Eliran Bar-El & Shaul Mishal, The Middle East in Changing Reality (Forthcoming) 

Eliran Bar-El: Mobius Strip, in: Integral Transmissions, Duane Rousselle (ed.), (Forthcoming) 

E. Bar-El, translation (from English): Yehouda Shenhav, 'Manifestations of Violence in the Novels of Elias Khoury: Representation, Intervention, Translation', (2016)

Fazekas, M., Tóth, I. J., and King, L. P. (2016). Anatomy of grand corruption: A composite corruption risk index based on objective data. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research (in press) 

Fazekas, M. and Tóth, B. (Forthcoming: ​2016) Infrastructure for whom? Corruption risks in infrastructure provision across Europe. in Hammerschmid, G., Kostka G., and Wegrich K., (eds.), Governance Report 2016, Oxford University Press.

Fiona A. Miller, Robin Z. Hayeems, Stuart Hogarth (2016) Informally Regulated Innovation Systems: Challenges for Responsible Innovation in Diagnostics. In: Emerging Technologies for Diagnosing Alzheimer's Disease pp 227-244. Springer.

Franklin, S. (2016) 'The Riddle of Gender'. In Strathern (ed.) Before and After Gender: sexual mythologies of everyday life. Chicago: Hau Press, pp. xiiv -xlv.

Franklin, S. (2016) Special Issue of Reproductive Medicine and Society Online: 'IVF- Global Histories', Elsevier/Open Access

Franklin, S. (ed.). 2016. Before and After Gender: sexual mythologies in everyday life, 311 pages, ISBN: 978-0-9861325-3-7

Franklin, S. and Inhorn, M. (2016). 'Introduction: IVF-Global Histories' , Reproductive Biomedicine an Society Online 2:1-7

Frayne, D. (2016) ‘Stepping Outside the Circle: The Ecological Promise of Shorter Working Hours’, Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism. Vol.20 (2)

Frayne, D. (2016) ‘Critiques of Work’ in S. Edgell, H. Gottfried and E. Granter (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of the Sociology of Work and Employment. London: SAGE

Gabrys, J. 2016. ‘Re-Thingifying the Internet of Things.’ In Sustainable Media: Critical Approaches to Media and Environment, edited by Nicole Starosielski and Janet Walker (New York and London: Routledge), 180-190.

Gabrys, J. 2016. Program Earth: Environmental Sensing Technology and the Making of a Computational Planet (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press; ISBN 978-0-8166-9314-6), 357 pgs.

Gabrys, J., Pritchard, H. and Barratt, B. 2016. “Just Good Enough Data: Figuring Data Citizenships through Air Pollution Sensing and Data Stories." Big Data & Society, 3, no. 2, 1-14.

Gardner, Peter Robert (2016) “Ethnicizing Ulster’s Protestants?: Ulster-Scots education in Northern Ireland,” Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, Advance online publication. doi:10.1080/1070289X.2016.1244512.

Geelan, T. (2016) Book review: Worker Resistance and the Media: Challenging Global Corporate Power in the 21st Century, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 54 (1): 239–240.

González Hernando, M. (In press, exp. 2017) Intelectuales, académicos y ciencias sociales y su función en la discusión política, Siglo XX. In Gazmuri, S. (ed.) Historia política de Chile, 1810-2010; Tomo IV: Historia de los intelectuales y del pensamiento político. Santiago: UAI / Fondo de Cultura Económica. Geelan, T., Gonzalez Hernando, M. and Walsh, P. (eds.) 

González Hernando, M. (Under review, exp. late 2016) A comparative analysis of the intellectual and institutional transformations of two British think-tanks after the 2008 financial crisis. Policy and Society (part of accepted special issue proposal). 

González Hernando, M. (Under review, exp. late 2016) Think-tanks in an era of austerity: The role of policy analysis in the global financial crisis and the great recession. Policy and Society (part of accepted special issue proposal). 

Gugushvili, A., Kabachnik, P., & Kirvalidze, A. (Forthcoming) Collective Memory and Reputational Politics of National Heroes and Villains. Nationalities Papers: The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity. 

Gugushvili, A., Kabachnik, P., & Gilbreath, A. (Forthcoming) Cartographies of Stalin: Place, Scale, and Reputational Politics. The Professional Geographer. doi: 10.1080/00330124.2015.1089104 

Gürtin, Z. B. (in press) The Turkish IVF Boom: Islam, Secularism and the Conjugal Confines of Patriarchal Pronatalism. Reproductive Biomedicine & Society Online. 

Haeusermann T. 2016. Book Review: Another Person’s Poison: A History of Food Allergy. Food, Culture & Society 19(4):729-731.

Haeusermann, T. Postgraduate Journal of Medical Humanities | ‘Caring Communities’, February 2016, Volume 2: pp61-83. 

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'IR, the University, and the (Re)Production of Order: Between Perversions of Agency and Duties of Subversion', in 'Sites of Knowledge (Re)production: Towards an Institutional Sociology of International Relations Scholarship', ed. Félix Grenier and Jonas Hagmann, International Studies Review, 18, 2 (2016): pp. 366-378. 

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'IR Theory and the Question of Science', in International Relations Theory Today (Second Edition)ed. Ken Booth and Toni Erskine (Cambridge: Polity Press, 2016), pp. 69-84. 

Hammond, Kathleen. [Forthcoming] 2016. Review of Extractions: An Ethnography of Reproductive Tourism by Michal Nahman. Feminist Theory Journal, 16(4).

Hardy, V. (2016) Evaluation and Utilization of Policy Information in the Canadian Parliament: The Influence of External Policy Actors, Canadian Political Science Review, Forthcoming

Holzmann, R., Wels, J. & Dale, P. (2016). Assessing Benefit Portability for Migrant Workers: Lessons learned from a review of the Belgium-Morocco bilateral social security agreement, Social Protection & Labor Global Practice. The World Bank, 106184, Washington DC.

Iacovou, M. (2016) “Young people’s experiences of employment and unemployment across Europe: Evidence from the EU-SILC”. In Bynner, J. and Schoon, I. “Young People and the Great Recession: Work, Family, Health and Social Attitudes”. Cambridge University Press, 2017 (in press)

Iacovou, M. and Lynn, P. (2016) “Design and implementation issues to improve the research value of the longitudinal component of EU-SILC”. In Atkinson, A.B., Marlier, E. and Guio, A-C (eds) “Monitoring Social Europe”. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2017 (in press)

Iacovou, M. (2016) “Household composition, poverty and Hardship across Europe”. In Atkinson, A.B., Marlier, E. and Guio, A-C (eds) “Monitoring Social Europe”. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2017 (in press)

Iacovou, M. (2016) “Household structure and AROPE”. In Atkinson, A.B., Marlier, E. and Guio, A-C (eds) “Monitoring Social Europe”. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2017 (in press)

Irdam, D, A Gugushvili, A Azarova, M Fazekas, G Schering, D Stefler, K Doniec, D Lane, I Kolesnikova, V Popov, I Szelenyi, M Murphy, M McKee, M Bobak, M Marmot, L King. 2016. “Mortality in Transition: Study Protocol of the PrivMort Project, a multilevel convenience cohort study”, BMC Public Health, (2016)16:672.

Jayadeva, S. 2016. “Aspiring by Degree: Student migration from India to Germany.” GIGA Focus Asia 5. Hamburg: GIGA. 

K. Dow, 2016. What's Out ThereReproductive Biomedicine and Society Online 3: 24-25.

K. Dow, 2016. ‘What Gets Left Behind for Future Generations? Reproduction and the Environment in Spey Bay, Scotland’, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 22(3): 653-669

Kandil, H. The Power Triangle: Military, Security, and Politics in Regime Change (Oxford University Press 2016). 

Kandil, H. ‘Resisting Resistance: Examining the Shifting Balance of Threats in the Middle East’, European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol. 15, 2010: 717-737. 

King, L. “The Persistence of Cliques in the Postcommunist State. The Case of Deniability in Drug Reimbursement Policy in Poland” (with Piotr Ozieranski). 2015. British Journal of Sociology (forthcoming). 

Kudaibergenova, D. (2016) “Unidentified diffusion: the use and abuse of postcolonial discourse in post-independent Kazakhstan,” Europe-Asia Studies (accepted and forthcoming). 

Kudaibergenova, D. (2016) “Modernizing the Past in the Present: Sabit Mukanov’s Botagoz and Early Soviet Kazakh literature,” (accepted) in the Special Issue on Russian Orientalism in Central Asia, Cambridge Central Asia Reviews. 

Kudaibergenova, D. (2016) “Nationalising Elites and Regimes: Nation-Building in Post-Soviet ‘Authoritarianism’ and ‘Democracy’” in Laurelle, M. (ed.) “Kazakhstan beyond economic success. Exploring social and cultural changes in Eurasia”, ME Sharpe. 

Kudaibergenova, D. (2016) “Kem bila sovetskaya zhenshina?” in Ponyatiya o Sovetskom, Sovetskiy Genderniy Poryadok, Bishkek: School of Theory and Activism. [“Who was the Soviet woman?” in The Concepts of the Sovietization, Soviet Gendered Order edited volume]. 

Kudaibergenova, D. (under contract and forthcoming) Re-writing the Nation: Elites, Networks and Narratives in Modern Kazakh Literature. Lexington Books Series on Contemporary Central Asia. 

Kudaibergenova, D. 2016. “Kem bila sovetskaya zhenshina?” in Ponyatiya o Sovetskom, Sovetskiy Genderniy Poryadok, Bishkek: School of Theory and Activism. [“Who was the Soviet woman?” in The Concepts of the Sovietization, Soviet Gendered Order edited volume].

Kudaibergenova, D. 2016. “Nationalising Regimes and Power,” IFEAC Working Paper, July 2016.

Kudaibergenova, D. 2016. “Nationalising Elites and Regimes: Nation-Building in Post-Soviet ‘Authoritarianism’ and ‘Democracy’” in Laurelle, M. (ed.) Kazakhstan in the Making. Langham, MD: Lexington Books.

Kudaibergenova, D. 2016. “Between the State and the Artist: Representations of Femininity and Masculinity in the Formation of Ideas of the Nation in Central Asia,” Nationalities Papers, 44(2), pp.225-246.

Kudaibergenova, D. 2016. “Eurasian Economic Union, Interests and Integration in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan” European Politics and Society, 17, pp. 97-112, Special Issue “Eurasia in a Global Context”.

L. Wacquant (2016) Body and Soul: Notebooks of An Apprentice Boxer (expanded edition). Oxford University Press

Lamoreaux, J. "Powerless Science? Science and Politics in a Toxic World." Medical Anthropology Theory. 

Lamoreaux, J. Lust. Money. Impotence. (Zhang's The Impotence Epidemic: Men’s Medicine and Sexual Desire in Contemporary China), Current Anthropology 2016 57:1, 127-128 

Lamoreaux, J. Manuscript in Progress: Infertile Futures: Producing and Reproducing the Chinese Environmen .

Lamoreaux, J. Handbook of Genetics & Society, Revised Edition (In Preparation for Routledge) Co-Editor, with Sahra Gibbon, Steve Hilgartner & Barbara Prainsack 

Lamoreaux, J. "What if the environment is a Person?” Lineages of epigenetic research in a Toxic China, Cultural Anthropology, May 2016. 

Lamoreaux, J. Fishing for Affinity, “Swimming in Poison”: Environmental Activism and Endocrine Disrupting Hormones along the Yangtze River (Under Revision) 

Lamoreaux, J. Soy as Internal Exposure: (In)fertile Reflections on Chinese Metabolisms and Masculinities (In Preparation ) 

C. Lane, ‘Are Large, Globally Operating MNCs Undermining the Distinctiveness of Coordinated Market Economies? The Cases of Germany and Japan’ (2015), The Journal of Comparative Economic Studies

Lane, D. 2016. The Shift of the Russian Economy to National Capitalism. In Economic Crisis and Industrial Policies: Policy Options for a Return to Growth in Russia. Moscow: Politicheskaya entsiklopediya. pp. 147-163.

‘Popular religion in Latin America: the impact of Pentecostalism and neo-Pentecostalism,' in The Cambridge History of Latin American Religion (eds. Virginia Garrard-Burnett and Paul Freston).

Li Xiao,  Mark Ramsden (2016) Founder Expertise, Strategic Choices, Formation, and Survival of High‐Tech SMEs in China: A Resource‐Substitution Approach. Journal of Small Business Management Volume 54, Issue 3

Conference Paper: 2016 “Determinants of the Registration and Voting Behavior of Macao Youths”. Paper is presented at the sixth Social Development Seminar in Pearl River Delta and Yangtze River Delta (held by CUHK), Shanghai, China, November 22-24, 2016.

Löblová, O. (2016) “Three Worlds of Health Technology Assessment: explaining patterns of diffusion of HTA agencies in Europe.” Health Economics, Policy and Law 11, no. 3 (2016): 253 - 273

Meghji, A. (2016). The Colour of Class: The Educational Strategies of the Black middle classes (Rollock et al., 2015)]. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 39(3), 526-528. 

Meghji, A. (2016). The Colour of Class: The Educational Strategies of the Black middle classes. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 39(3), 526-528.

Merleau-Ponty Noémie. 2016. “Sexualité et conception assistée en Inde et en France”, Le Journal des Anthropologues, n°144-145

Miller, J.K. Navigating Trauma: How PTSD Affects Spatial Processing. (2016). Police Professional. Issue 532.

Mobayed, Saide. 2016. ‘Mobilizing Transnational Gender Politics in Post-Genocide Rwanda’. Feminist and Women’s Studies Association (FWSA).

Monrose, K. (2016) Struggling, Juggling & Street Corner Hustling: The Street Economy of Newham's Black Community, in Studies of Organized Crime. Edited by Antonopoulos, G. pp73-85, Switzerland. Springer.

Moreno Figueroa, M. G. (2016) 'El Archivo Del Estudio Del Racismo En México', Desacatos, (51); 92-107

Morgan, M., (2016, forthcoming), Pragmatic Humanism: On the Nature and Value of Sociological Knowledge, Abingdon, Oxon/New York, NY: Routledge.

Morgan, M., (2016), ‘Humanising Sociological Knowledge’, Social Epistemology.

Morgan, M. (2016) ‘The Responsibility for Social Hope’, Thesis Eleven: Critical Theory and Historical Sociology, Vol. 136, no. 1, pp. 107-123.

Moriconi, M. & Carvalho, T. (2016), Social Classes and Tolerance to Corruption in Portugal: What is the Relation? , Portuguese Journal of Social Sciences, 15 (2)

Mottier, V. Co-edited special issue of Psychology & Sexuality (2016), DSM-5: Classifying Sex.

The Rise and Fall of French Social Theory (Harvard University Press, forthcoming)

Mulcahy , N. (2016) “Workers-as-consumers: Rethinking the Political Economy of Consumption and Capital Reproduction”. Forthcoming in Capital and Class. 

Mulcahy, N. (2016) “Entrepreneurial Subjectivity and the Political Economy of Daily Life in the Time of Finance”. Forthcoming in the European Journal of Social Theory 16:4

Oláh, Noémi and Gábor Scheiring. 2016. “Is a Progressive Alliance a Progressive Solution?” Bright Green Blog, 16 July 2016. http://bright-green.org/2016/07/16/is-a-progressive-alliance-a-progressi...

Omigbodun, Iyeyinka. Walking “Good Governance” to Nigeria. Undergraduate Thesis, Harvard University, 2016.

Omigbodun, Iyeyinka. 2016 “In Nigeria, the intelligent also cry.” The Nation Newspaper

Pissaride I., (2016) A Social Geography of Dust, in Diaspora by Kyriaki Costa (exhibition publication), pp.3-16. Available online

Pissaride I., Simons H., (2016), "Diversity, Criticism, and the Closure of SMBA" , in Agendas of Impact (pre-publication), Kunstlicht, 2016. pp.6-11.

Proudman, C. (2016), “Comparative Study of Female Genital Mutilation Legislation in the Commonwealth,” Report to Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission.

Proudman, C. (2016), “Combatting Sexism and Hate Speech,” Report to the Council of Europe Gender Equality Unit.

Proudman, C., & Okine, J. (2016), “Failure to Act on Female Genital Mutilation,” Lexis Nexis.

Quie, M. “Social Justice and Social Disruption: The Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Program: A Responsible End to War?” Humanity and Society (Forthcoming, 2016) 

Racko, G., Strauss, K. and Burchell, B. ‘Economics Education and Value Change: The Role of Program Normative Homogeneity and Peer Influence’ Academy of Management Learning and Education. (2016) Doi:10.5465/amle.2014.0280

Ritts, M (2016) Curator, “Sonic Geographies” [teaching resource]. 

Ritts, M and Gage, S Picard, C Dundas, E and Dundas, S (2016) “Application of citizen science to establish baseline acoustical conditions in Gitga’at Territory, British Columbia, Canada.Global Ecology and Conservation 7, pp. 14-26. 

Ritts, M and Shiga J (2016) “Military CetologyEnvironmental Humanities 8 (2), pp. 196-214.
 

Saavedra Utman, J. 2016. ‘Public Physical Practices' in the Rendering of the Commons: Chilean Students in 2011. In Stuart Price and Ruth Sanz-Sabido (Eds.) Sites of Protest (127-142). London: Rowman & Littlefield International.

Scheiring, G. 2016. “Sustaining Democracy in the Era of Dependent Financialization: Karl Polanyi’s Perspectives on the Politics of Finance”, Intersections: East European Journal of Society and Politics, 2(2): 84-103.

Scheiring, Gábor. 2016. “The Rise of Illiberalism from East to the West: A Lesson About Class for the Left”, Political Critique, 12 November 2016. http://politicalcritique.org/cee/hungary/2016/the-rise-of-illiberalism-f...

Scheiring, Gábor. 2016. “The European Left at a Crossroads”, Political Critique, 27 October 2016. http://politicalcritique.org/opinion/2016/the-european-left-at-a-crossro...

Schröder, J., Rossignol, N., & Van Oudheusden, M. (2016). “Safety in Long Term Radioactive Waste  Management: Insight and Oversight.” Safety Science 85: 258-265; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssci.2016.02.003

Shymko, Y. & Roulet, T. (August 2016). When Corporate Philanthropy Makes the Recipient Look Bad. Harvard Business Review.

Silva, F. C. 2016. G.H. Mead. In Key Sociological Thinkers, 3rd ed. Rob Stones (ed). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Silva, F.C. 2016. On the pragmatics of social theory. The case of Elias's 'The Process of Civilization'. Journal of the History of Behavioral Sciences 52(4): 392-407. With Marta Bucholc.

Silva, F.C. 2016. Direitos Sociais na Constituição. Uma Análise da Constitucionalização dos Direitos Sociais em Portugal, 1975-76. Relações Internacionais 49: 69-94. With Mónica Brito Vieira.

Smietana, M. (in press, 2016). ‘Families like we’d always known’? Spanish gay fathers’ normalization narratives in transnational surrogacy. In: M. Lie, & N. Lykke (eds.) Assisted Reproduction across Borders: Feminist Perspectives on Normalizations, Disruptions and Transmissions. Routledge. 

Soen V., Huyse T., Hens, N., Samaey, G., Poels, K., Van Hoyweghen, I., Van Oudheusden, M. (2016). Citizen Science in Flanders: Can we count on you? Young Academy Position Papers, 2. Brussels: KVAB Press.

Sparkes, M. (2016). Teaching through leadership. The Sociology Teacher, 5(3), 10-15

Spratt, T. (2016) “I Identify as a black woman”: The Strange Case of Rachel Dolezal, King’s Review

Stubbs, T., Kentikelenis, A., & King, L. (2016). Catalyzing aid? The IMF and donor behavior in aid allocation. World Development, 78, 511-528. 

Neilson, D., & Stubbs, T. (2016). Competition states in the neoliberal era: Towards third generation regulation theory. Competition & Change. 

Therborn, G., (2016) ‘Globality and Modernity: Making Concepts Raise Research Questions’, in Mersmann, B. and Kippenberg, H. G., (eds.) The Humanities between Global Integration and Cultural Diversity, De Gruyter, Berlin/Boston, pp.79-95.

Therborn, G., Cities of Power, (2017) London, Verso

Trujillo, M. "The trouble with body image: the need for a new corporeal language" in Talking Bodies, ed. Emma Rees

Vartabedian, J. (2016), ‘Beauty that Matters: Brazilian travesti sex workers feeling beautiful’, Sociologus: Journal for Social Anthropology 66(1), special issue on Manufacturing Beauty, Grooming Selves: The Creation of Femininities in the Global Economy, pp. 73-96.

Vertommen, Sigrid. 2016. "Towards a Political economy of egg donations: doing it the Israel way". In: Critical Kinship Studies: Kinship (Trans)formed', Eds. By Kroløkke, Adrian, Myong and Tjørnhøj Thomsen. Rowman and Littlefield International. pp: 169-184.

Vertommen, Sigrid. 2016. “Female bodily (re)productivity in the stem cell economy: a cross materialist feminist approach”. in Mattering: Feminism, Science and Materialism. Ed. Victoria Pitts Taylor, NYU Press. pp. 204-223.

Wels, J. (2016). Le cumul emploi-retraite: Entre institutionnalisation et déstandardisation des carrières. In S. Bernard, D. Méda, & M. Tallard (Eds.), Orienter les parcours professionnels: Quand les dispositifs se mettent en action. Paris: Peter Lang, 157-172.

Wels, J. (2016). The Statistical Analysis of End of Working Life: Issues raised by the Average Effective Age of Retirement Indicator, Social Indicator Research, 129(1), 291-315.

Westerlaken, M. (2016). Playful animals: An invitation to participate. Extended Abstract in Proceedings of International Joint Conference of the Digital Games Research Association (DiGRA) and the Foundations of Digital Games (FDG), 2(13), pp. 1-2. 

Westerlaken, M., and Gualeni, S. (2016). Becoming with: Towards the inclusion of animals as participants in design processes, Proceedings of the Animal Computer Interaction Conference, ACM Press, No. 1, pp. 1-10. 

Westerlaken, M., and Gualeni, S. (2016). Situated knowledges and game design: A transformative exercise with ants, Proceedings of the Philosophy of Computer Games Conference, pp. 1-25. 

Wiegand, P. (Domingo 5 de junio, 2016) “De vuelta en el hogar de los padres, un desafío para ambas generaciones”. [Back in the parents' home, a challenge for both generations] El Mercurio Newspaper

Yildiz, Y. Y. (2016), Forced Confession as a Ritual of Sovereignty: The Case of Diyarbakir Military Prison in Turkey, Special Issue on Torture, Asia-Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law, Volume 17, Issue 2, pp. 185 – 198 

Yopo Díaz, M. 2016. El tiempo de las mujeres en Chile: repensar la agencia. Revista de Estudios Sociales 57: 100-109.

Zhang, S. & Li, A. (2016). “Avoiding Higher Ability Candidates down to Lower Positions: Research on Mediation Mechanism for the Effect of Social Networks on Income”. Journal of Xi'an Jiaotong University (Social Sciences). (6):53-59. [高能低就规避:社会网络收入的中介机制研究] https://caod.oriprobe.com/articles/50256127/Avoiding_Higher_Ability_Candidates_down_to_Lower_P.htm

2015

Silva, F. C., 2015. Following the Book. Toward a Pragmatic Sociology of the Book. Sociology 50(6): 1185-1200.

 

‘Beyond the Forms of Faith: Pacta Sunt Servanda and Loyalty’ (2015) 16(5) German Law Journal 1163

Jent, K. 2015. "Malignant – How Cancer Becomes Us," in: Medicine Anthropology Theory 2 (1), pp. 182-85. http://www.medanthrotheory.org/read/4648/malignant

Desai, M. 2015. ‘Hegemony and Ambivalent Subjectivity: Caste and Generation in Western India,’ in Roy, S. and A. Nielsen (eds.) Rethinking Subaltern Studies. Oxford and New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pps. 1-19.

The World Bank.  2015.  The Business Case for Better Working Conditions.  Washington, D.C:  World Bank Group.

Walsh, P. W. and Lehmann, D. (2015). Problematic Elements in the Scholarship of Zygmunt Bauman, Academia.edu.

Caron, J. & Ahmad, M. (2015): Activism, knowledge and publishing: some views from Pakistan and Afghanistan, South Asian History and Culture.

Almeida, A, N. de, Alves, N. A., Delicado, A., Carvalho, D & Carvalho, T. (2015), Infâncias Digitais, Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon.

Bacevic, J. 2015. ‘They had sex, drugs, and rock’n’roll; we’ll have mini-jobs and loans to pay’: Transition, social change and student movements in the post-Yugoslav region. In: Welcome to the Desert of Post-Socialism: Radical Politics after Yugoslavia. (S. Horvat and I. Stiks, eds). London: Verso, pp. 223-241. 

Bacevic, J. 2015. Divided Universities, Divided Societies? Higher Education, Elite Mobilisation, and Politics of Identity in the Former Yugoslavia. In: Universities and Elite Formation in Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe (F. Bieber and H. Heppner, eds). Berlin: LIT Verlag, pp. 267 – 284.

Baji, Petra, Márta Péntek, Imre Boncz, Valentin Brodszky, Olga Loblova, Nóra Brodszky, and László Gulácsi. 2015. “The Impact of the Recession on Health Care Expenditure — How Does the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia Compare to Other OECD Countries?Society and Economy 37 (1):73–88.

M. Blell. 2015. Menopausal symptoms among British Pakistani women: a critique of the standard checklist approach. Menopause: The Journal of The North American Menopause Society 22(1): 79-87.

R. Simpson, M. Blell and K. Hampshire. 2015. Moral pioneers: Pakistani Muslims and the take-up of assisted reproductive technologies in the North of England. In Assisted Reproductive Technologies in the Third Phase: Global Encounters and Emerging Moral Worlds. Hampshire, K & R Simpson (eds). Series: Fertility,Reproduction and Sexuality. London: Berghahn Books.

O'Reilly, J., Smith, M., Deakin, S. and Burchell, B. Equal Pay as a Moving Target: International perspectives on forty years of addressing the gender pay gap. Cambridge Journal of Economics (2015) 39 (2):299-317 

Sehnbruch, K., Burchell, B., Agloni, N. and Piasna, A. Human Development and Decent Work: Why some concepts succeed and others fail to make an impact. Development and Change (2015) 46 (2) 

Shapiro, G.K. & Burchell, B.J. Measuring Financial Anxiety. Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics. (2012) 5(2) 92-103. 

Almeida, A, N. de, Alves, N. A., Delicado, A. & Carvalho, T. (2015), Internet, children and space: Revisiting generational attributes and boundaries. New Media & Society, 17 (9). 

Almeida, A, N. de, Alves, N. A., Delicado, A., Carvalho, D & Carvalho, T. (2015), Infâncias Digitais (Digital Childhoods), Gulbenkian Foundation. 

Chávez, C., and Samman, E. (2015) "Exclusion in Household Surveys: Causes, impacts and ways forward." Report. Overseas Development Institute

2015. “Festa junina and the Changing Meanings of Brazilian Rural Festivals in Urban Spaces.” alter/nativas: Latin American Cultural Studies Journal 1, no.4 (spring):1-18. http://hdl.handle.net/1811/69722.

Chisholm, Jennifer. 2015. “Festa junina and the Changing Meanings of Brazilian Rural Festivals in Urban Spaces.” alter/nativas: Latin American Cultural Studies Journal 1, no.4 (spring 2015). 

Chisholm, Jennifer. 2015. “Written on the Walls (Police Violence and Indigenous Resistance in Rio de Janeiro).” King’s Review, December 15. http://kingsreview.co.uk/.

Coulter R and Hu Y. 2015. Living Apart Together and cohabitation intentions in Great Britain. Journal of Family Issues.

Coulter R, van Ham M and Findlay AM. 2015. Re-thinking residential mobility: Linking lives through time and space. Progress in Human Geography. 

Clark WAV and Coulter R. (2015) Who wants to move? The role of neighbourhood change. Environment and Planning A 47 (12), 2683-2709.

Findlay AM, McCollum D, Coulter R and Gayle V. (2015) New mobilities across the lifecourse: A framework for analysing demographically-linked drivers of migration. Population, Space and Place 21 (4), 390-402.

Debarati Guha-Sapir, Jose M Rodriguez-Llanes, Madelyn H Hicks, Anne-Françoise Donneau, Adam Coutts, Louis Lillywhite, Fouad M Fouad. (2015) Civilian deaths from weapons used in the Syrian conflict. BMJ

Delvenne, P., Charlier, N., Rosskamp, B., & Van Oudheusden, M. (2015). “De- and Re-Institutionalizing Technology Assessment in Contemporary Knowledge-Based Economies: A Side-by-Side Review of Flemish and Walloon Technology Assessment.” In: TA as an Institutionalized Practice – Recent National Developments and Challenges, TATuP - Journal for Technology Assessment in Theory and Practice 1(24): 25-32.

Desai, M. 2015. 'Weak Party Articulation and Development in India, 1991-2014,' in DeLeon, Cedric, M. Desai and C. Tugal (eds.) Building Blocs: How Parties Organize Society. Stanford: Stanford University Press. 

Desai, M., 2015. “Political Articulation: The Structured Creativity of Parties,” in Building Blocs: How Parties Organize Society, edited by Cedric de Leon, Manali Desai, and Cihan Tugal. Stanford: Stanford University Press. pp. 1-35 

DeLeon, C., M. Desai and C. Tugal (eds.). 2015. Building Blocs: How Parties Organize Society. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press. (ASA Political Sociology Section: Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship (Article or Book Chapter) Award  (Honorable Mention)

Dias QC, D., and Proudman, C. (2015), “International Human Rights Law and FGM,” Report to the United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner, Towards a better investment in the rights of the child.

Dow, K., 2015. Review of Moral Laboratories, Cheryl Mattingly (2014). Medicine Anthropology Theory. 

Dow, K., 2015. 'A Nine-Month Head-Start': The Maternal Bond and Surrogacy. Ethnos: Journal of Anthropology. 

Driessens, O. (2015). On the epistemology and operationalization of celebrity. Celebrity Studies, 6(3), 370-373. 

Duschinsky, R. & Brown, D.-M. (2015) ‘Place and Defilement’ Space & Culture, 18(3): 243-256

Duschinsky, R. & Wilson, E. eds. (2015) Engaging with the Work of Lauren Berlant, special issue of the International Journal of Politics, Culture & Society, Volume 28, Issue 3.

Duschinsky, R., Greco, M. & Solomon, J. (2015) ‘The Politics of Attachment’ Theory, Culture & Society, available on Early View

Ekaney QC, N., & Proudman, C. (2015), “FGM and the Serious Crime Act 2015,” Family Law Week

Ekaney QC, N., & Proudman, C. (May 2015), “Female Genital Mutilation: Prosecution and Prevention,” Counsel.

Fazekas, M., Lukács, P. A., and Tóth, I. J. (2015). The Political Economy of Grand Corruption in Public Procurement in the Construction Sector of Hungary. In A. Mungiu-Pippidi (Ed.), Government Favouritism in Europe The Anticorruption Report 3 (pp. 53–68). Berlin: Barbara Budrich Publishers.

Charron, N., Dahlström, C., Fazekas, M., and Lapuente, V. (2015), Careers, Connections and Corruption Risks In Europe. Working Paper Series 2015:6, QOG – The Quality of Government Institute, Gothenburg. 

Moreno Figueroa, MG and Saldivar, E. (2015) “Comics, Dolls and The Disavowal of Racism: Learning from Mexican Mestizaje”, in Gutierrez, E, Little, M, and Tate, S. (eds.), Creolising Europe: Legacies and Transformations. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. Co-written with Emiko Saldívar. 

Franklin, S. (2015) 'The Sociology of Reproductive Technology'. In David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton, (eds.) Big Ideas in Social Science London: Sage, pp. 53-62, ISBN 978-1-4739-0

Franklin, S. (2015) 'Foucault et les transformations du biopouvoir'. In Pestre, D (ed.), Histoire des Sciences et des Savoirs, Paris: Seuil.

Franklin, S. (2015) Sexism as a Means of Reproduction: some reflections on feminism in the academy, New Formations, 86: 14-33

Frayne, D. (2015) The Refusal of Work. London: Zed Books

Gardner, P. "Unionism, Loyalism, and the Ulster‐Scots Ethnolinguistic ‘Revival’." Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 15.1 (2015): 4-25.

Gardner, Peter Robert (2015) “Unionism, Loyalism, and the Ulster-Scots Ethnolinguistic ‘Revival’”, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 15 (1): 4-25.

Geelan, T. (2015) Danish Trade Unions and Young People: Using Media in the Battle for Hearts and Minds, in Hodder and Kretsos (eds.) Trade Unions and Young People: A Global View, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

González Hernando, M. (2015) Thinking British think-tanks and their public interventions after the financial crash. In Ciofalo, G., Di Stefano, A. and Leonzi, S. (eds.) Power and communication: Media, politics and institutions in times of crisis. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 99-116. 

González Hernando, M. (2015) Book Review: Gorski, P. (ed.) (2013) Bourdieu and historical analysis. Hastings: Duke University Press. Political Studies Review, 13:1, pp. 88-89.

Gonzalez Hernando, M. (2015) British think-tanks and their public interventions after the financial crash. In: Ciofalo, Giovanni, Di Stefano, Antonio and Leonzi, Silvia (eds.) Power and communication: Media, politics and institutions in times of crisis. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 99-116.

Gugushvili, A. (2015). Economic Liberalization and Intergenerational Mobility in Occupational Status. Comparative Sociology, 14, 6, pp. 790-820. 

Gugushvili, A., & Kabachnik, P. (2015). Stalin is Dead, Long Live Stalin? Testing Socialization, Structural, Ideological, Nationalist, and Gender Hypotheses. Post-Soviet Affairs, 31, 1, pp. 1-36.

Kabachnik, P., & Gugushvili, A. (2015). Unconditional Love? Exploring Hometown Effect in Stalin’s Birthplace. Caucasus Survey, 3, 2, 101-123. 

Guibernau, M. (2015) ‘Self-Determination in the 21st Century’ Ethnopolitics: Formerly Global Review of Ethnopolitics, 14:5, 540-546, DOI:10.1080/17449057.2015.1051814.

Gürtin, Z. B., Inhorn M. C., and Tremayne S. (2015) Islam and Assisted Reproduction in the Middle East: Comparing ‘Secular’ Turkey, Shia Iran, and the Sunni Arab World. In S. D. Brunn (ed.) The Changing World Religion Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics. New York: Springer. 

Haeusermann, T. King’s Review | ‘Youthful indiscretions’, September 2015.

Inanna Hamati-Ataya and Stephen Norrie, 'From Social Epistemology to Reflexive Sociology', in The Future of Social Epistemology: A Collective Vision (Collective Studies in Knowledge and Society) ed. James Collier (London: Rowman & Littlefield International, 2015), pp. 39-53. 

Borra, C. Iacovou, M. and Sevilla, A. (2015) “New Evidence on Breastfeeding and Postpartum Depression: The Importance of Understanding Women’s Intentions” Maternal and Child Health Journal, 1-11. 

Irdam, Darja, Gabor Scheiring and Lawrence King (2015): “Mass Privatisation”, pp. 488-507 in Jens Hölscher and Horst Tomann (eds.), Palgrave Dictionary of Emerging Markets and Transition Economics. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Jonathan Kennedy, Lawrence King and Martin McKee (2015): ‘Islamist insurgency and the war against polio: A cross-national analysis of the political determinants of polio,’ Globalization and Health 11(1): 40. 

Jonathan Kennedy (2015): ‘The Socioeconomic Determinants of Natural Resource Conflict: Minerals and Maoist insurgency in India,’ Society and Natural Resources 28(2): 149-64. 

King, L. “Structural Adjustment and Public Spending on Health: Evidence from IMF Programs in Low-Income Countries” (with Alexander Kentikelenis and Thomas Stubbs). Social Science and Medicine, Volume 126, February (2015): 169-176. 

Kissas, A. (2015). Political advertising in the crossroad of political pragmatism and political ideology. Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies, 88-102.

Kudaibergenova, D. (2015) “The representation of femininity and masculinity in the formation of national ideas and national symbols in Central Asia: art as resistance” in Nationalities Papers, “Nation and Gender in Central Asia” Special Issue. 

Kudaibergenova, D. (2015) “The ideology of Development and Legitimation: Beyond “Kazakhstan-2030” in The Special Issue on “Social and Economic Development in Central Asia” in Central Asian Survey, December 2015. 

Lamoreaux, J. Making a Case for Reducing Pollution in China, or The Case of the Ugly Sperm, Somatosphere: Science, Medicine and Anthropology, Ethnographic Case Series, Christine Lubuski and Emily Yates-Doer, Curators, October 2015.

C. Lane and D. Lup, ‘Cooking under Fire: Managing multi-Level Tensions between Creativity and Innovation in Haute Cuisine’, Industry and Innovation, (2015) Vol. 22, No. 8, pp. 654-676

Lane, D. 2015. Eurasian integration as a Response to Neo-liberal Globalisation. In The Eurasian Project and Europe: Regional Discontinuities and Geopolitics. Palgrave Macmillan.

Lane, D. and Vsevolod Samokhvalov (Eds). 2015. The Eurasian Project and Europe: Regional Discontinuities and Geopolitics. Palgrave Macmillan.

Larsen, R., Brochot, G., Lewis, D., Eisma, F.L., Brunini, J. 7 August 2015. “Personal Data Stores”. European Commission – DG Connect. Report commissioned by the European Commission to on personal data tools to evaluate feasibility and potential areas of policy assistance. Available online

Larsen, R. 27 October 2015. “The Digital Information Verification Field: Current Actors, Practices and Trends”. Findings from field research with The Whistle. Available online

Lawson, C. Order and process in institutionalist thought: Commons and Ayres, (2015) Cambridge Journal of Economics

Baji, Petra and Márta Péntek, Imre Boncz, Valentin Brodszky, Olga Loblova, Nóra Brodszky, László Gulácsi (2015) “The Impact of the Recession on Health Care Expenditure – How Does the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia Compare to Other OECD Countries?” Society and Economy 37, no. 1 (2015): 73–88

M. Castells (2015) Networks of Outrage and Hope: Social Movements in the Internet Age. Cambridge: Polity

Mahmoudi, M., (2015) 'The Particularity of Paths of Development', Queen Mary Journal of Politics and International Relations, Issue 1

McPherson, E., 2015. ‘Digital Human Rights Reporting by Civilian Witnesses: Surmounting the Verification Barrier.’ In R. A. Lind, ed. Produsing Theory in a Digital World 2.0: The Intersection of Audiences and Production in Contemporary Theory. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing, pp. 193–209.

McPherson, E., 2015. ICTs and Human Rights Practice: A Report Prepared for the UN Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial, Summary, or Arbitrary Executions, Cambridge, UK: University of Cambridge Centre of Governance and Human Rights.

Merleau-Ponty Noémie. 2015. Book Review of DasGupta, Sayantani & Dasgupta, Shamita Das (eds.), “Globalization and Transnational Surrogacy in India: Outsourcing Life”, South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal [Online]

Miley, J., "Constitutional Politics and Religious Accommodation: Lessons from Spain," Politics, Religion & Ideology, Vol. 16, No. 4, 2015: 411–433. 

Moniz, A., Yoshizawa, G., & Van Oudheusden, M. (2015). Technology Assessment in East Asia: Experiences and New Approaches. In: Constanze Scherz et al. (Eds.) Proceedings from the PACITA 2015 Conference. Berlin, Germany, Informatorium: 287-293.

Living with difference: community, diversity and the common good. A national report of the commission on religion and belief in British public life (7 December 2015)

Moreno Figueroa, MG and Saldivar, E. (2015) “We Are Not Racists, We Are Mexicans”: Privilege, Nationalism and Post-Race Ideology in Mexico. Critical Sociology. 

Morgan, M., (2015) ‘Revisiting Truth and Freedom in Orwell and Rorty’, Philosophy and Social Criticism, Vol. 4, No. 8, pp. 853-865. 

Morgan, M. and P. Baert (2015) Conflict in the Academy; A Study in the Sociology of intellectuals. London: Palgrave. 

Mottier, V. Co-edited special issue of Archives of Sexual Behavior (2015), Feminist Politics of Reproduction.

Olga Zeveleva. 2015. "The Discursive Construction of Co-Ethnic Migration," Working papers by NRU Higher School of Economics. Series SOC "Sociology". No. WP BRP 61/SOC/2015.

Omigbodun, Iyeyinka. 2015. “Tributes to the Great Amazon: Dora Akunyili’s Story and Gendered Dynamics in Political Leadership in Nigeria.” West African Research Association 2015-2016 Newsletter.

Pralat R (2015) Repro-sexual intersections: Sperm donation, HIV prevention and the public interest in semen. Reproductive Biomedicine Online 30(3): 211–219.

Proudman, C. (2015), “Case summary: B and G (Children) (No 2) [2015] EWFC 3,” Family Law Week.

Robbie Duschinsky (2015) The emergence of the disorganized/disoriented (D) attachment classification, 1979-1982. Hist Psychol. 2015 Feb;18(1):32-46.

Rodriguez, Laura, Sebastian Hine and Cirenia Chávez. “Asking People What They Think: Using perceptions data in the post-2015.” Working Paper. Overseas Development Institute, 2015.

Saavedra Utman, J. 2015. From America to Latino: Popular Music and the Kidnapping of Latin America. Street Signs, the Latin American Edition. Publication of the Centre for Urban and Community Research, Goldsmiths, 24-25.

Saavedra Utman, J. 2015. Social Movements and Media in the Neoliberal Chile. IC Journal, 11, 79-101.

Saavedra Utman, J. and Poblete, M. 2015. Los Teatros en el Chile Intimo del Siglo XX: Una Aproximación Sociológica desde una Historia Local. Atenea (Concepción), 512, 285-302.

Sairambay, Y. (2015). Бұған дейін де жеңдік, жеңе береміз де... In 550th Anniversary of the Kazakh Khanate. Almaty, Qazaqstan: Merey.

Scheiring, Gabor, Bence Tordai and Miklos Sebok (2015): “Basic Income as a Realist’s Transformative Strategy”, pp. 103-116 in Conny Reuter (ed.), Progressive Structural Reforms: Proposals for European Reforms to Reduce Inequalities and Promote Jobs, Growth and Social Investment. Brussels: Solidar & Oficyna.

Silva, F. C., 2015. Sociology in Portugal. A Short History. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Silva, F. C., 2015. Sophie’s Choice: Social Attitudes to Welfare State Retrenchment in Bailed-Out Portugal. European Societies 17(3): 351-371. With Laura Valadez. 

Simlai, T. Conservation 'Wars': The global rise of green militarization and trends in India. Economic and Political Weekly, Vol L No 50. 2015.
 

Stuart Hogarth, Michael Hopkins, Daniele Rotolo (2015) Technological Accretion in Diagnostics: HPV Testing and Cytology in Cervical Cancer Screening (Chapter 5). In: Medical Innovation: Science, technology and practice. New York: Routledge

Stubbs, T. (2015). Ethnopolitics and the military in Kenya. In D. Zirker (Ed.), Forging Military Identity in Culturally Pluralistic Societies: Quasi-Ethnicity. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, pp.69-88.

The World Bank. 2015.  Strategic Country Diagnostic for Tunisia.  Washington, D.C:  World Bank Group

Therborn, G., 'Life-curves of Inequality', Korean Journal of Sociology, December 2015, Vol. 49, No. 6, pp. 47-61

Therborn, G., (2015)  ‘Movements of Equality: Today’s Latin America in a Global Historical Context’, in Fritz, B. and Lavinas L. (eds.) A Moment of Equality for Latin America?, Farnham Surrey, Ashgate, pp. 13-28.

van de Wiel, L., 2015 “Frozen in Anticipation: Eggs for Later.” Women’s Studies International Forum. 53 (November-December): 119-128. 

Van Oudheusden, M. & Van Hoyweghen, I. (2015). Van botscan tot bodysuit. Naar een maatschappelijk debat over sportinnovatie in Vlaanderen [From bone scan to body suit: Opening societal debate on sports innovation in Flanders]. Karakter 52: 5-7.

Van Oudheusden, M., Charlier, N., Rosskamp, B., & Delvenne, P. (2015). “Broadening, Deepening, and Governing Innovation: Flemish Technology Assessment in Historical and Socio-Political Perspective.” Research Policy 44(10): 1877-1886; 

Vartabedian, J. (2015), ‘Towards a carnal anthropology. Reflections of an “imperfect” anthropologist’, Qualitative Research, 15(5), pp. 568-582.

Wagemann, E.; Devilat, B.; Brablec, D.; Stuardo, M. and Soza, C. (2015). ChileGlobal Seminars UK 2013-2014. ChileGlobal Seminars UK.

Wagemann, E.; Devilat, B.; Brablec, D.; Stuardo, M.; and Soza, C. (2015). ChileGlobal Seminars UK 2013-2014. ChileGlobal Seminars UK.

Wels, J. (2015). Belgique. Le succès du crédit temps en fin de carrière. Chronique Internationale de l’IRES. November 2015, 28-39.

Wels, J., Bensaid, N., & Legros, F. (2015). La transportabilité des prestations de sécurité sociale - Retraite, soins et minima sociaux. Revue Hommes et migrations, numéro 1309, mars 2015, 107-115.

Whitley, L., and Page, T. 2015. Sexism at the centre: Locating the problem of sexual harassment. Special issue on sexism. New Formations, 86: 34-53

Whitley, L., and Page, T. 2015. Sexism at the centre: Locating the problem of sexual harassment. Special issue on sexism. New Formations, 86: 34-53. [Link]

Wiegand, P. (Domingo 29 de noviembre, 2015) “Más de la mitad de las familias en Chile hoy tienen un solo hijo”. [More than half of Chilean households have only one child] La Tercera Newspaper, pp. 68

Wiegand, P. (Viernes 3 de julio, 2015) “Un tercio de los menores de 18 años vive sin su padre biológico”. [More than one third of children under 18 years old live without his/her biological parent]. La Tercera Newspaper, pp. 86

Wiegand, P. (Viernes 3 de julio, 2015) “Entrevista sobre estudio: La Familia como Recurso de la Sociedad” [Radio interview about the survey: The Family, a Resource for Society]. Futuro 88.9 radio.

Yildiz, Y. Y. (2015), Nowhere to Turn: The situation of Dom Refugees from Syria in Turkey, European Roma Rights Centre.

Yildiz, Y. Y. Missing from Turkey’s peace process: memory, truth and justice, Open Democracy, 4 April 2015

Yildiz, Yesim Yaprak (2015), Nowhere to Turn: The situation of Dom Refugees from Syria in Turkey, European Roma Rights Centre. 

Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo. 2015. Informe de Desarrollo Humano. Los tiempos de la politización. Santiago: PNUD.

2014

‘To Make a House a Home: Best v Chief Land Registrar’ (2014) 4 Conveyancer & Property Lawyer 351 (3422)

‘Louder Than Words: Acceptance by Conduct of Unilateral Offers’ (2014) 23 Nottingham Law Journal 20

Gürtin, Z. B. (2014) Assumed, promised, forbidden: infertility, IVF and fatherhood in Turkey. InInhorn, M.C. , Chavkin, W.  & Navarro, J. (eds.) Globalized Fatherhood. New York, New York: Berghahn.

Walsh, P. W. (2014). Borderline Arguments – A review of ‘The British Dream: Successes and Failures of Post-war Immigration’ by David Goodhart, Cambridge Humanities Review, 5: 19–21.

Adam P. Coutts  David Stuckler  David J. Cann (2014) The Health and Wellbeing Effects of Active Labor Market Programs, Volume 6. Interventions and Policies to Enhance Wellbeing
Part 2. Interventions to Create Positive Organizations and Communities

Ariztía T, Kleine D, Brightwell M, Agloni N, Afonso R and Bartholo R (2014). Ethical Consumption in Brazil and Chile: Institutional Contexts and Development Trajectories. Journal of Cleaner Production 63 (2014): 89-92. 

Ahmad, Mahvish. 1 July 2014. "Home Front. The Changing Face of Balochistan's Separatist Insurgency." The Caravan.

Al Azmeh, Zeina. 2014. Nomadic Feminism: Four Lines of Flight. European Scientific Journal. June 2014 /SPECIAL/ edition vol.2

Bacevic, J. 2014. “What kind of university for what kind of society? Nation-states, postnational constellations, and higher education in the post-Yugoslav space”, in Zgaga, P., Teichler, U. and J. Brennan (eds) The globalization challenge for European higher education, New York: Peter Lang, 287-308.

Bacevic, J. 2014. (Education for) work sets you free: ‘employability’ and higher education in former Yugoslavia and its successor states, European Journal of Higher Education, Vol. 1/2014, pp. 281-296. 

Nokkala, T. and J. Bacevic. 2014. University Autonomy, Agenda Setting and the Construction of Agency: The case of the European University Association in the European Higher Education Area, European Educational Research Journal, Vol. 13 no. 6, pp. 699-714. 

Bacevic, J. 2014. From Class to Identity: Politics of Education Reforms in Former Yugoslavia. Budapest: Central European University Press. 

Bagnoli, A., Demey, D. and Scott, J. (2014) Young people, gender, and science: Does an early interest lead to a job in SET? A longitudinal view from the BHPS youth data, in I. Schoon and J. S. Eccles (eds.) Gender differences in aspirations and attainments – A life course perspective, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 321-345 

Bro, Naim (2014). “Outside of the Box: Bahá’ís and Education in Iran.” The Cambridge Globalist Magazine, Second Issue, March 2014

Bro, Naim (2014). “Outside of the Box: Bahá’ís and Education in Iran.” The Cambridge Globalist Magazine, Second Issue, March 2014. 

Burchell B, Sehnbruch K, Piasna A and Agloni N (2014). The Quality of Employment and Decent Work: Definition, Methodologies and Ongoing Debates. Cambridge Journal of Economics 2014, 38: 459-477. 

Burchell, B., Hardy, V., Rubery, J. & Smith, M. 2014. A new method to understand occupational gender segregation in European labour markets. Report for the European Commission. 

Carmo, J. B., de Urzedo, D. I., Ferreira Filho, P. J., Pereira, E. A., & Pitombo, L. M. (2014). Co2 emission from soil after reforestation and application of sewage sludge. Bragantia, 73(3). 

Cohen, S. (2014). "Social Solidarity in Global Social Policy," Festschrift for Bob Deacon, London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Cohen, S. (2014). "Neoliberalism and Academia in Morocco," British Journal of Middle East Studies, Special Issue on the Role of Intellectuals in the Middle East and North Africa, edited by Ewan Stein.

Cohen, S. (2014) 'Rediscovering the Social Imperative in Managing Public and Non-profit Social Services in Morocco', Special issue of Philosophy of Management on management in Africa, edited by David Lutz and Peter John Opio.

Cohen, S. (2014) "The Politics of Social Action in Morocco," Midde East - Topics and Arguments, Special Issue on the Middle Class.

Costa, J. N. M. N., Piña-Rodrigues, F. C. M., Urzedo, D. I., Andrade, S. D. O., & Junqueira, R. G. P. (2014). Coletar, manejar e armazenar as experiências da Rede de Sementes do Xingu (Seed collection, processing and storage: Xingu Seed Network’s experiences"). São Paulo: Instituto Socioambiental.

Coulter R and Scott J. (2014) What motivates residential mobility? Re-examining self-reported reasons for desiring and making residential moves. Population, Space and Place 21 (4), 354-371.

Clark WAV, van Ham M and Coulter R. (2014) Spatial mobility and social outcomes. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 29 (4), 699-727.

van Ham M, Hedman L, Manley D, Coulter R and Östh J. (2014) Intergenerational transmission of neighbourhood poverty. An analysis of individual neighbourhood histories. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 39 (3), 402-417.

Decolonizing Cascadia Collective (2014) “Decolonizing Cascadia.Acme Journal of Critical Geography 14, pp. 595-604.
 

Driessens, O. (2014). Theorizing celebrity cultures: Thickenings of media cultures and the role of cultural (working) memory. Communications: European Journal of Communication Research, 39(2), 109-127. 

Eliran Bar-El, 2014, The a-Mythic Arab Spring: The Writing of Revolution, The Public Sphere, Vol. 9, Pp. 110-139, (Hebrew) 

Engberg-Pedersen, L. Webster, N. Geelan, T. and Fejerskov, A. (2014) Corporatism and the Development of Private Aid Organizations in Denmark in Hoebink and Schulpen (eds.) Private Development Aid in Europe: Foreign Aid between the Public and Private Domain, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

Fazekas, M. (2014). The Use of ‘Big Data’ for Social Sciences Research: An Application to Corruption Research. SAGE Research Methods Cases, see here.

Fazekas, M., Chvalkovska, J., Skuhrovec, J., Tóth, I. J., and King, L. P. (2014). Are EU funds a corruption risk? The impact of EU funds on grand corruption in Central and Eastern Europe. In A. Mungiu-Pippidi (Ed.), Controlling Corruption in Europe vol. 2 (pp. 68–89). Berlin: Barbara Budrich Publishers. 

Franklin, S. (2014) Analogic Return: The Reproductive Life of Conceptuality. Theory, Culture & Society Vol 31, Issue 2-3, 2014

Gabrys, J. 2014. “Programming Environments: Environmentality and Citizen Sensing in the Smart City.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 32, no. 1, 30-48.

Geelan, T. (2014). Guest Lecture- Economic Sociology: Reconsidering Labour Markets, Cambridge Society for Economic Pluralism (CESP), Department of Economics, University of Cambridge. Talk can be accessed at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YIKhPtYttI

Ghesquiere, F., & Wels, J. (2014). Revenus du travail et emploi atypique, comparaison entre les analyses sociétales et individuelles. La Revue de l'IRES, 2(81), 33-58

Gómez Maureira, M.A., Westerlaken, M., Janssen, D., Gualeni, S., and Calvi, L. (2014). Improving level design through game user research: A comparison of methodologies. Entertainment Computing, Elsevier, 5(4), 463-473. 

Gonzalez Hernando, M. (2014) Book Review: How Think Tanks Shape Social Development Policies. LSE Review of Books. 05/09/14

Guibernau, M. (2014) ‘Catalan Secessionism: Young people’s expectations and political change’, The International Spectator: Italian Journal of International Affairs, 49:3, 106-117, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03932729.2014.952955.

Gürtin, Z. B. (2014) Assumed, promised, forbidden: infertility, IVF and fatherhood in Turkey. In M.C. Inhorn, W. Chavkin & Navarro, J. (eds.) Globalized Fatherhood. New York, New York: Berghahn. 

Haeusermann T. 2014. I can’t eat that: The sociology behind the rise in food allergies and intolerances. Current Sociology. 63(3):369-386.

Haeusermann, T. Current Sociology | ‘I can’t eat that: The sociology behind the rise in food allergies and intolerances’, May 2015, Volume 63: pp369-386, first published on December 5, 2014 

Haeusermann, T. King’s Review | ‘Careful: Do Touch’, August 2014.

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'Introduction: The Unknown Kaplan: Synoptic Knowledge After Postmodernism' in Transcending Postmodernism, by Morton A Kaplan, with Inanna Hamati-Ataya (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), pp. 1-40.

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'Outline for a Reflexive Epistemology', Epistemology & Philosophy of Science, 42, 4 (2014): pp. 46-66.

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'Transcending Objectivism, Subjectivism, and the Knowledge In-Between: The Subject in/of “Strong Reflexivity”', Review of International Studies, 40, 1 (2014): pp. 153-175.

Morton A Kaplan, with Inanna Hamati-Ataya, Transcending Postmodernism (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014). 

Cattapan, Alana, Haw, Jennie, Hammond, Kathleen, and Tarasoff, Lesley Ann. 2014. 'Young scholars on reproductive politics reflect on egg freezing.' International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, 7(2), 236-247.

Hammond, Kathleen. 'Assisted Human Reproduction Act (2004)'. Embryo Project Encylopedia (2015-07-30). 

Burchell, B.J., Hardy, V., Rubery, J. & Mark Smith (2014) A New Method to Understand Occupational Gender Segregation in European Labour Markets European Commission, Directorate-General for Justice; Unit D2 'Equality between men and women' 

Inanna Hamati-Ataya (2014) Transcending objectivism, subjectivism, and the knowledge in-between: the subject in/of ‘strong reflexivity’ Review of International Studies  Volume 40, Issue 1, pp. 153-175

Kandil, H. Inside the Brotherhood (Polity 2014; paperback 2016). 

Jonathan Kennedy (2014): ‘Gangsters of Gandhians? The political sociology of Maoist insurgency in India,’ India Review 13(3): 212-34. 

King, L. “The International Monetary Fund and the Ebola Outbreak” (with Alexander Kentikelenis, Martin McKee, and David Stuckler). Lancet Global Health, December 22, 2014. 

Kudaibergenova, D. (2014) “Europeanisation as normalization in OSCE discourses in post-Soviet Latvia and Kazakhstan” in “All things to all people?” Internal and external approaches to Europeanisation” Global Europe Centre, University of Kent Working Paper. 

C. Lane, The Cultivation of Taste. Chefs and the Organization of Fine Dining. Oxford: OUP 2014. Paperback 2016. 

‘Hope and Religion’ in Andrew McKinnon and Marta Trzebiatowska (eds.) Sociological Theory and the Question of Religion, Ashgate, 2014.

Gulácsi, László, Alexandru M. Rotar, Maciej Niewada, Olga Löblová, Fanni Rencz, Guenka Petrova, Imre Boncz, and Niek S. Klazinga (2014). "Health technology assessment in Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria." The European Journal of Health Economics 15, no. 1 (2014): 13-25.

Van Biesen, Wim, Sabine N. van der Veer, Mark Murphey, Olga Loblova, and Simon Davies (2014). “Patients’ Perceptions of Information and Education for Renal Replacement Therapy: An Independent Survey by the European Kidney Patients' Federation on Information and Support on Renal Replacement Therapy.” PloS one 9, no. 7 (2014): e103914. http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0103914

Martínez, J.; Cano, V.; Soffia, M. (2014) "Tendencias y patrones de la migración latinoamericana y caribeña hacia 2010 y desafíos para una agenda regional", Serie Población y Desarrollo, 109, Santiago-Chile, CEPAL-CELADE, ISSN 1680-8991.

Martínez, J.; Cano, V.; Soffia, M. (2014) "Tendencias y patrones de la migración latinoamericana y caribeña hacia 2010 y desafíos para una agenda regional", Serie Población y Desarrollo, No. 109, December, CELADE-CEPAL, Santiago, Chile.

McPherson, E., 2014. ‘Advocacy Organizations' Evaluation of Social Media Information for NGO Journalism: The Evidence and Engagement Models.’ American Behavioral Scientist, 59(1), pp. 124–48.

Meghji, A. (2014). The Black middle-class and laissez-faire racism in Britain’s classrooms. Sociology Teacher Journal, 4(1), 9–13.

Meghji, A. (2014). The Black middle-class and laissez-faire racism in Britain’s classrooms. Sociology Teacher Journal4(1), 9–13.

Michelis and Megevand (2014). Gender Based Violence and Displacement. Therapy Today 25.7: 14-19

Miley, J., “Democratic Representation and the National Question in Catalan and Basque Politics,” International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, Vol. 27, No. 3, 2014: 291-322. 

Miller, J. K., & Wiener, J. M. (2014). PTSD recovery, spatial processing, and the val66met polymorphism. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, 100.

Morgan, M., (2014) ‘The Posthuman’, 2013, by Rosi Braidotti, Cambridge: Polity Press, Sociology, vol. 48, no. 1, pp. 203-4. 

Morgan, M., (2014) ‘The Poverty of (Moral) Philosophy: Towards a Pragmatic and Empirical Ethics’, European Journal of Social Theory, vol. 17, no. 2, pp. 129-146. 

Morgan, M., (2014) ‘Identities and Social Change since 1940: The Politics of Method’, 2010, by Mike Savage, Oxford: Oxford University Press, History of the Human Sciences, vol. 27, No. 1, pp. 150-4. 

Moriconi, M. & Carvalho, T. (2014), Ética, Responsablidade e Democracia: o problema da tolerância à corrupção (Social Responsability and Democracy: the problem of the tolerance to corruption). In Neto, H.V. & Coelho, S.L., Responsabilidade Social, Respeito e Ética na Vida em Sociedade, CIVEMORUM

Olga Zeveleva. 2014. "Political aspects of repatriation: Germany, Russia, Kazakhstan. A comparative analysis," in: Rückkehr in die Fremde?: Ethnische Remigration russlanddeutscher Spätaussiedler, eds. Birgit Menzel and Christine Engel. Berlin: Frank & Timme. Ch. 2. P. 35-66. 

Olga Zeveleva. 2014. "Political aspects of repatriation: Germany, Russia, Kazakhstan. A comparative analysis," Nationalities Papers, Vol. 42 No. 5: pp.808-827. 

Olga Zeveleva. 2014. "Political aspects of repatriation: Germany, Russia, Kazakhstan. A comparative analysis," Nationalities Papers, Vol. 42 No. 5: pp.808-827. 

Palmer, V. and Whiteside, B. et al. 2014. "Symposium Abstracts: Pace, Penalty and Pirouette: The Sociology of Physical Culture." Scottish Journal of Performance 2, no.1: 87–103.

Quie, M. “The Istanbul Process: Prospects for Regional Connectivity in the Heart of Asia”, Asia Europe Journal 12(3) (2014): 285-300.

Policing the Arab Spring: Discordant discourses of protest and intervention, in Pritchard et al. (2014) Riot: Unrest and Protest on the Global Stage (London: Palgrave Macmillan UK); Chapter 15, pp. 277-300

Treas, J, Scott J and Richards, M. (eds) 2014. The Wiley Blackwell Companion to the Sociology of Families. 2nd Edition (completely revised) Wiley Blackwell. 

Smietana, M., Jennings, S., Herbrand, C., & Golombok, S. (2014). Family relationships in gay father families with young children in Belgium, Spain and the United Kingdom. In: T. Freeman, F. Ebtehaj, S. Graham, & M. Richards M. (eds.) Relatedness in Assisted Reproduction: Families, Origins and Identities, pp. 192-211. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 

Stubbs, T., King, L., & Stuckler, D. (2014). Economic growth, financial crisis, and property rights: Observer bias in perception-based measures. International Review of Applied Economics, 28(3), 401-418. 

Suen, Johan. 2014. "Older Malay/Muslims in Singapore: An Analysis of Current Trends". 88-101 in Mendaki Policy Digest 2014. Singapore: Research and Policy Department.

The World Bank.  2014. (ed) “Maroc et Tunisie: Développement de la main d'oeuvre”.  Washington, D.C:  World Bank Group

Therborn, G., (2014) 'Family Systems of the World: Are They Converging?', in Treas, J., Scott, J. and Richards M., (eds), The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to the Sociology of Families, Oxford, Blackwell  

Tóth, B., Fazekas, M., Czibik, Á., Tóth, I.J. (2014): Toolkit for detecting collusive bidding in public procurement. With examples from Hungary. Working Paper Series: CRCB-WP/2014:02. 

Ushiyama, R. (2014) Richard Dawkins as a public intellectual after The God Delusion: A British study. American Journal of Cultural Sociology, vol.2 no.3 pp. 300-326.

Valenzuela, E. and Wiegand, P (2014) “Paternidad: Una evaluación” [Paternity – An evaluation]. In Temas de Agenda Pública. Centro de Políticas Públicas UC.

van de Wiel, L., 2014 “For Whom the Clock Ticks: Reproductive Ageing and Egg Freezing in Dutch and British News Media.” Studies in the Maternal. 6 (1). 

van de Wiel, L., 2014 “The Time of the Change: Menopause’s Medicalization and the Gender Politics of Aging.” International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics. 7 (1): 74-98. 

Van Oudheusden, M. (2014). “Learning in, through, and about Participatory Technology Assessment: The Case of Nanotechnologies for Tomorrow's Society (NanoSoc).” Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 26(7): 825-836; 

Van Oudheusden, M. (2014). “Where are the politics in responsible innovation? European governance, technology assessments, and beyond.” Journal of Responsible Innovation 1(1): 67-86; 

Vartabedian, Julieta (2014), ‘Sobre travestis, clientes y maridos: género y sexualidad en la construcción de las identidades de travestis brasileñas trabajadoras del sexo’ [‘Some thoughts on travestis, clients and husbands: gender and sexuality in the construction of the identities of Brazilian travesti sex workers’], Revista de Antropología Social, 23, Complutense University of Madrid, pp. 237-261.

Vartabedian, J. (2014), ‘Migraciones trans: travestis brasileñas migrantes trabajadoras del sexo en Europa’ [‘Trans Migration: Brazilian travesti migrant sex workers in Europe’], Cadernos Pagu, 42, Center for Gender Studies, State University of Campinas, Brazil, pp. 275-312.

Weinberg, Darin. 2014. Contemporary Social Constructionism: Key Themes. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press. Winner of the 2018 Melvin Pollner Prize awarded by the American Sociological Association's Section on Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis. Reviewed in: British Journal of Sociology, Sociology

Wels, J. (2014). Trois remarques sur les fins de carrières professionnelles en Europe: Statuts, travail atypique et générations. Revue européenne du droit social, 23(2), 7-18.

Wels, J. (2014). La politique des fins de carrière: Vers un modèle européen convergent? Sociologie, 5(3), 233-253.

Wels, J. (2014). Le partage d’emploi entre générations: Analyse des effets régulateurs et redistributifs de la réduction du temps de travail en fin de carrière sur l’emploi des jeunes. Recherches sociologiques et anthropologiques, 45(2), 157-169.

Wels, J., & Brodersen, M. (2014). Esquisse d'une approche par les réseaux: Objet d'étude ou méthodologie. In J.-P. Delchambre (Ed.), Le sociologie comme médiateur? Accords, désaccords et malentendus: Hommage à Luc Van Campenhoudt (pp. 277-288).

Westerlaken, M., and Gualeni, S. (2014). Felino: The philosophical practice of making an interspecies videogame. Proceedings of the Philosophy of Computer Games Conference, pp. 1-12. 

Westerlaken, M., and Gualeni, S. (2014). Grounded zoomorphism: An evaluation methodology for ACI design, Proceedings of ACE’14 Workshop on Animal Human Computer Interaction, ACM Press, No. 5, pp. 1-6. 

Westerlaken, M., and Camilleri, A. (2014). User testing an interspecies videogame. Proceedings of NordiCHI’14 Workshop on Animal Computer Interaction. 

Wiegand, P (2014) “Trayectorias de la convivencia en Chile” [Trajectories of cohabitation in Chile]. Paper presented at the Sixth Congress of the Latin-American Population Association (ALAP).

Güell, P., Orchard, M., Yopo, M. and Jiménez-Molina, A. 2014. Time Perspectives and Subjective Wellbeing in Chile. Social Indicators Research 123: 127-141. 

2013

Ahmad, Mahvish. November 2013. "Between the Earthquakes and the War." Tanqeed | a magazine of politics and culture.

Ahmad, Mahvish. 29 March 2013. "Pakistan Shrine Celebrates Love of Two Men." BBC/PRI The World

Antoine, C., Brablec, D. and Montalva, D. (2013). Transparencia y Control en el Uso de los Recursos Públicos para el Financiamiento de la Cultura Chilena. Libertad y Desarrollo, 133, 1-32.

Antoine, C., Brablec, D., Montalva, D. (2013). Transparencia y Control en el Uso de los Recursos Públicos para el Financiamiento de la Cultura Chilena. Libertad y Desarrollo.

R. Porter, K. Hampshire, C. Dunn, R. Hall, M. Levesley, K. Burton, S. Robson, A.Abane, M. Blell, J. Panther. 2013. Health impacts of pedestrian head-loading: a review of the evidence with particular reference to women and children in sub-Saharan Africa. Social Science & Medicine 88: 90-97.

Antoine, C., Brablec, D., Montalva, D. (2013). Transparencia y Control en el Uso de los Recursos Públicos para el Financiamiento de la Cultura Chilena. Libertad y Desarrollo, 133, 1-32.

Antoine, C., Brablec, D. and Montalva, D. (2013). Transparencia y Control en el Uso de los Recursos Públicos para el Financiamiento de la Cultura Chilena. Libertad y Desarrollo, 133, 1-32.

Bro, Naim (2013). Book Review: “Remaking Modernity”. Journal of Sociology of the University of Chile, N° 28, January

Garretón, M. A. and Bro, Naim (2013). Sociology in Latin America. Does historical Sociology exist? American Sociological Association. Global and Transnational Sociology Newsletter. Global Review vol 3, issue 3 Summer 2013. 

Bro, Naim (2013). Book Review: “Remaking Modernity”. Journal of Sociology of the University of Chile, N° 28, January. 

Smith, M., Piasna, A., Burchell, B., Rubery, J., Rafferty, A., Rose, J. and Carter, L. 2013. Women, men and working conditions in Europe, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg. 

CARPENEDO, Manoela; Nardi, Henrique. (2013). Mulheres Brasileiras na divisão internacional do trabalho reprodutivo: construindo subjetividade(s). Revista de Estudios Sociales, v. 45, p. 96-109, 2012.

Almeida, A, N. de, Alves, N. A., Delicado, A. & Carvalho, T. (2013). Crianças e infância: a ordem geracional revisitada (Children and Childhood: the Generational Order Revisited). Análise Social, 207. 

Carvalho, T. (2013). Obstáculos de classe à cidadania em Portugal (Class obstacles to citizenship in Portugal). In Carmo, R.M. do (Ed.), Portugal uma Sociedade de Classes: Polarização Social e Vulnerabilidade (p. 63-78), Lisbon: Edições 70/Monde Diplomátique.

Coulter R and van Ham M. (2013) Following people through time: An analysis of individual residential mobility biographies. Housing Studies 28 (7), 1037-1055. 

Coulter R. (2013) Wishful thinking and the abandonment of moving desires over the life course. Environment and Planning A 45 (8), 1944 – 1962. 

de Urzedo, D.I., Franco, M. P., Pitombo, L. M., & do Carmo, J. B. (2013). Effects of organic and inorganic fertilizers on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in tropical forestry. Forest Ecology and Management, 310. 

Donker, T.H. (2013) Reemerging Islamism in Tunisia: Repositioning Religion in Politics and Society. Mediterranean Politics, vol. 18, no. 2: 207–224.

Donker, T.H. (2013) Islamic Social Movements and the Syrian Authoritarian Regime: Shifting Patterns of Control and Accommodation. In: Heydemann, S. and Leenders, R. (eds.) Middle East Authoritarianisms: Governance, Contestation, and Regime Resilience in Syria and Iran. Stanford University press. pp. 107-124.

Dow, K., 2013. 'Building a Stable Environment in Scotland: Planning Parenthood in a Time of Ecological Crisis', in Parenting in Global Perspective: Comparative Studies in Kinship, Self and Politics, eds. Faircloth, C, Hoffman, D. & L. Layne. Oxford: Routledge.

Driessens, O. (2013). 'Do (not) go to vote!' Media provocation explained. European Journal of Communication, 28(5), 556-569. 

Driessens, O. (2013). The Celebritization of Society and Culture: Understanding the Structural Dynamics of Celebrity Culture. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 16(6), 641-657. 

Driessens, O. (2013). Celebrity capital: Redefining celebrity using field theory.Theory and Society, 42(5), 543-560. 

E. Bar-El, translation (from English): Slavoj Zizek, Demanding the Impossible (Polity, 2013) 

E. Bar-El, translation (from English): Slavoj Zizek, Demanding the Impossible (Polity, 2013) 

Fazekas, M., Tóth, I. J., & King, L. P. (2013). Hidden Depths. The Case of Hungary. In A. Mungiu-Pippidi (Ed.), Controlling Corruption in Europe vol. 1 (pp. 74–82). Berlin: Barbara Budrich Publishers. 

Moreno Figueroa, MG (2013) ‘Don’t you see’ [personal reflection], in Casanova, Eryn & Jafar, Ashfan (eds.), Bodies without Borders: Migrating Discourses of Embodiment, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 45-49. 

Moreno Figueroa, MG (2013) ‘Displaced Looks: The Lived Experience of Beauty and Racism in Mexico’. Feminist Theory 2013, 14(2): 137-151.

Franklin, S. 2013. Biological Relatives: IVF, Stem Cells and the Future of Kinship. Duke University Press. 

Gabrys, J., Hawkins, G. and Michael, M. (eds). 2013. Accumulation: The Material Politics of Plastic (New York and London: Routledge (CRESC), 2013; ISBN 978-0-415-62582-1), 242 pgs.

Garretón, M. A. and Naim Bro (2013). Sociology in Latin America. Does historical Sociology exist? American Sociological Association. Global and Transnational Sociology Newsletter. Global Review vol. 3, issue 3 Summer 2013

Geelan, T. (2013) Confederate Responses to the Youth Employment Crisis, Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, 19 (3): 399-413.

Geelan, T. (2013) Union Solidarity International, Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, 19 (3): 419-424.

Gómez Maureira, M.A., Janssen, D., Gualeni, S., Westerlaken, M., and Calvi, L. (2013). Comparing game-user research methodologies for the improvement of level design in a 2-D platformer, Advances in Computer Entertainment (ACE’13), vol. 8253, pp. 77-92, 

Fairbanks, Ch., & Gugushvili, A. (2013). A New Chance for Georgian Democracy. Journal of Democracy, 24, 1, pp. 116-127. 

Gugushvili, A. (2013). Social Origin, Education and Occupation in Georgia. Caucasus Social Science Review, 1, 1, pp. 1-26 

Guibernau, M. (2013) ‘Prospects for an independent Catalonia’, International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society (IJCPS) New York, Springer. DOI 10.1007/s10767-013-9165-4.

Guibernau, M. (2013). Catalan Secessionism: After Democracy. Ethnopolitics. Vol 12, 4, ISSN:1744-9056.http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17449057.2013.843245.

Guibernau, M. (2013). Belonging: Solidarity and Division in Modern Societies. (Polity Press: Cambridge) 225 pages. ISBN 978-0-7456-5507-9ppb, 978-0-7456-5506-2hb.

Haeusermann T. 2013. Custom Publishing in the UK: Rise of a Silent Giant. Publishing Research Quarterly. 29(2):99–109.

Haeusermann, T. Publishing Research Quarterly | ‘Custom Publishing in the UK: Rise of a Silent Giant’, June 2013, Volume 29, Issue 2: pp 99-109.

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'Worlding Beyond the Self? IR, the Subject, and the Cartesian Anxiety', in Claiming the International, ed. Arlene B Tickner and David L Blaney (New York: Routledge, 2013), pp. 27-44.

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'Reflectivity, Reflexivity, Reflexivism: IR’s “Reflexive Turn” – and Beyond', European Journal of International Relations 19, 4 (2013): pp. 669-694.

Iacovou, M., Quigley, M., Gray, R., Wolke, D., Kelly, J., Sacker, A. (2013) "Light drinking versus abstinence in pregnancy - behavioural and cognitive outcomes in 7 year old children: a longitudinal cohort study" British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 

Sacker, A., Kelly, Y., Iacovou, M., Cable, N., Bartley, M. (2013) "Breastfeeding and intergenerational social mobility, what are the mechanisms? A propensity score matching analysis of two population based cohort studies" Archives of Disease in Childhood published Online. 

Iacovou, M. and Sevilla-Sanz, A (2013). "Infant feeding: the effects of scheduled vs. on-demand feeding on mothers' wellbeing and children's cognitive development" European Journal of Public Health (2013) 23(1) pp 13-19 

International Finance Institution (IFC). 2013.  Jobs Study.  Washington, D.C:  World Bank Group (Chapter 9 on Gender; Chapter 10 on Quality of Jobs)

Keertichandra Rajan, Jonathan Kennedy and Lawrence King (2013): ‘Is Wealthier Always Healthier in Poor Countries? The Health Effects of Income, Inequality, Poverty, and Literacy in India,’ Social Science and Medicine 88: 98-107. 

Jonathan Kennedy and Lawrence King (2013): ‘Adivasis, Maoists and Insurgency in India,’ European Journal of Sociology/Archives Européennes de Sociologie 54(1): 1-32 [lead article]. 

Kolopp, Sarah. 2013. “De la modernisation à la raison économique. La formation en économie à l’ENA et les déplacements des lieux communs de l’action publique“. Genèses, 93.

Kolopp, Sarah. 2013. “La fabrique de la pensée d’État. Luttes d’institutions et arrangements cognitifs à l’ÉNA“ (with Émilie Biland). Gouvernement et action publique, 2 (2).

Kudaibergenova, D. (2013) “National identity formation in post-Soviet Central Asia: Soviet legacy and primordialism. Patterns of ideological development post 1991” in Akildiz and Carson (eds.) Social and Cultural Change in Central Asia: the Soviet Legacy, London: Routledge. 

Kudaibergenova, D. (2013) “Postsocialist Culture in Latvia and Kazakhstan: an introduction to reasons, criticism, and perspectives” in National Identity: Time, Place, People, Riga: Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Latvia.

Lane, D. 2013. The Capitalist Transformation of State Socialism: The making and breaking of state socialist society, and what followed. Routledge.

Laurent, B. & Van Oudheusden, M. (2013). “Naar een ethisch verantwoorde nanotechnologie? Over de plaats van ‘ethiek’ in het huidige wetenschapsbeleid.” Ethiek & Maatschappij 14(4): 15-32.

Lawson, C. Technical objects and social objects, (2013) in the book: Encyclopedia of Philosophy and the Social Sciences - SAGE

Intercultural Universities in Mexico: Identity and Inclusion’, Journal of Latin American Studies, (2013) Vol. 45, pp. 779-811

Léonard, D., Martinez-Garcia, E., & Wels, J. (2013, September). La fin des prépensions: L'ère de la complexité. Nieuw arbeidsrecht, 3, 70-86.

Martínez, J. & Soffia, M. (2013) “Migración internacional en Chile: tendencias, políticas, normas y participación de la sociedad civil”, in Chiarello, L.M (coord.) Las políticas sobre migraciones y la sociedad civil en América Latina: los casos de Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay y Perú, New York, Scalabrini International Migration Network, ISBN 978-0-9841581-8-8.

Martínez, J. y Soffia M. (2013) “Lo que reflejan los datos del registro de Incami y una aproximación descriptiva sociodemográfica de las mujeres inmigrantes en Santiago de Chile”, en V. Correa; I. Bortolotto & A. Mussait (eds.), Geografías de la espera: migrar, habitar y trabajar en la ciudad de Santiago, Chile (1990-2012), Santiago, Chile: Uqbar Editores.

Martínez, J. y Soffia, M. (2013) “Migración internacional en Chile: tendencias, políticas, normas y participación de la sociedad civil”, en Chiarello, L.M (coord.) Las políticas sobre migraciones y la sociedad civil en América Latina: los casos de Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay y Perú, New York: Scalabrini International Migration Network.

Miley, J., “Blocked Articulation and Nationalist Hegemony in Catalonia,” Regional and Federal Studies, Vol. 23, No. 1, 2013: 7-26. 

Miley, J., “'Linguistic Immersion' and Political Conflict in Contemporary Catalonia,” European Journal of Language Policy, Number 1. European Journal of Language Policy, Vol. 5, No.1, 2013: 5–40. With Roberto Garvía.

Documentary film 2013, Researcher for ‘James Steele: America’s Mystery Man in Iraq’, Guardian/BBC Arabic.

Mulcahy , N. Review of Democracy in What State? New York: Columbia University Press, 2011. Giorgio Agamben, Alain Badiou, Daniel Bensaïd, Wendy Brown, Jean-Luc Nancy, Jacques Rancière, Kristin Ross, and Slavoj Žižek. Translated by William McCuaig. Rethinking Marxism 25:4 (2013), 602 – 605.

Quie, M. “Afghanistan as the Heart of Asia: The Istanbul Process and the Future of Regional Cooperation,” International Relations and Diplomacy (2013)

Hamnett, C., Butler, T. and Ramsden, M. (2013) ‘I wanted my child to go to a more mixed school’: Schooling and Ethnic Mix in East London, Environment and Planning A, 45(3): 553-547. 

Butler, T., Hamnett, C., and Ramsden, M. (2013) Gentrification, Education and Exclusionary Displacement in East London. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 37(2): 556-75. 

Regime Resilience: How Iran strategizes internal and external challenges to create resources for state immunity (2013) in Iran's Centers of Power, Al Jazeera Paper, Al Jazeera Centre of Studies, Winter.

From Spectacle to Spectacular: How physical space, social media and mainstream broadcast amplified the public sphere in Egypt’s ‘Revolution with Mohamed Nanabhay, E.G.H. Joffe, ed., North Africa’s Arab Spring,Routledge, 2013.

Saavedra Utman, J. 2013. Liderazgos Subalternos y Construcción Medial Chile 2007-2011. Revista Autónoma de Comunicación.

Sancak, M. November, 2013. “Turkey National Needs Assessment of State School English Language Teaching”, British Council and TEPAV: Ankara, with Ozen, E., Alpaslan, I. B., Cagli, A., Ozdogan, I., Dizman, A. O., Sokmen, A.

Silva, F. C., 2013. “Getting Rights Right. Explaining Social Rights Constitutionalization in Revolutionary Portugal." International Journal of Constitutional Law. 11(4): 898-922. With Mónica Brito Vieira. 

Silva, F. C., 2013. "Outline of a Social Theory of Rights. A Neo-Pragmatist Approach". European Journal of Social Theory. 16(4): 457-475. 

Smietana, M. (2013). Las paternidades y maternidades en las familias de padres gays creadas por gestación subrogada. In: J. Bestard, C. López, & D. Marre (eds.) Procreación, maternidades y crianza en transformación, pp. 203-220. Barcelona: Bellaterra. 

Yayasan Mendaki. Suen, Johan, Tan, Xiang Ru, & Tan, Ern Ser. 2013. Pilot Study on the Eurasian Community in Singapore 2013. Commissioned by the Eurasian Association, Singapore.

Therborn, G., The Killing Fields of Inequality, (2013), Cambridge, Polity (Finnish, Korean, Polish, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish translations) 

Therborn, G., (2013) '"Global Cities", World Power, and the G20 Capital Cities', in Fujita, K. (ed.) Cities and Crisis: New Critical Urban Theory, London, Sage, pp. 51-82.

Van Oudheusden, M. (2013). Broadening the Knowledge Base in Policymaking: Notes on a Symposium on Technology Assessment in the Walloon Parliament. EASST Review 32(2).

Van Oudheusden, M. & Laurent, B. (2013). “Shifting and Deepening Engagements: Experimental Normativity in Public Participation in Science and Technology.” Science, Technology & Innovation Studies 9(1): 3-22.

Watson, P. Catastrophic Citizenship and Discourses of Disguise: Aspects of Health Care Change in Poland, in P. Watson (ed) Health Care Reform and Globalisation: The US, China and Europe in Comparative Perspective, New York and London: Routledge, 2013.

Weinberg, Darin. 2013. "Post-humanism, Addiction and the Loss of Self-Control: Reflections on the Missing Core in Addiction Science." International Journal of Drug Policy. 24(3): 173-181 

Herring, Jonathan, Ciaran Regan, Darin Weinberg, and Phil Withington, eds. 2013. Intoxication and Society: Problematic Pleasures of Drugs and Alcohol. London: Palgrave 

Westerlaken, M., and Gualeni, S. (2013). Digitally complemented zoomorphism: A theoretical foundation for human-animal interaction design, Proceedings of Conference on Designing Pleasurable Products and Interfaces (DPPI ’13), ACM Press, pp. 193-200. 

Williams, K., Donaghue, N. & Kurz, T. (2013). “Giving guilt the flick?”: An investigation of mothers’ talk. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 37(1), 97-112.

Williams, K., Kurz, T., Summers, M., & Crabb, S. (2013). Discursive constructions: The dilemma of mothers’ guilt. Feminism & Psychology, 23(3), 339-358.

Yildiz, Y. Y. (2013), Legislative Review Regarding the Compatibility of Health Legislation with International Standards on Gender Equality-Cluster 5, United Nations Joint Programme Fostering an Enabling Environment for Gender Equality in Turkey

Yildiz, Yesim Yaprak (2013), Legislative Review Regarding the Compatibility of Health Legislation with International Standards on Gender Equality-Cluster 5, United Nations Joint Programme Fostering an Enabling Environment for Gender Equality in Turkey 

2012

Gürtin, Z.B. ‘Evaluating egg-sharing: new findings on old debates’, Bionews, 23 April 2012

Quie, M. “Peace Building and Democracy Promotion in Afghanistan: in: J. Leininger, S. Grimm and T. Freyburg (eds.) Democratization special issue 19 (3) (2012).

Lawson, C. Aviation lock-in and emissions trading, (2012) Cambridge Journal of Economics

Agloni N and Melero J M (2012) Compras Públicas Sustentables en Chile (Sustainable Public Procurement in Chile. Santiago de Chile: Universidad Diego Portales, Ciudadano Responsable and Royal Holloway University of London. Funded by the Economic & Social Research Council; Department for International Development. 

Agloni N and Ariztía T (2012) Consumo Ético en Chile: una Revisión de la Investigación Existente (Ethical Consumption in Chile). Santiago de Chile: Universidad Diego Portales and Royal Holloway University of London. Funded by Economic & Social Research Council; Department for International Development.

Ahmad, Mahvish. 2012. "Quetta Divisions." In Critical Muslim, Issue 4, "Pakistan?"

Ahmad, Mahvish. 2012. "Kærlighed og Seksualitet i Pakistan." [Series on love and sexuality in Pakistan]. Orientering. Danish Broadcasting Corporation

Almeida, A. N. de, Delicado, A., Alves, N.A. & Carvalho, T. (2012). As TIC em casa: contextos e desigualdades (ICT at home: contexts and inequalities). In Almeida, A.N. de (ed.), Infância, crianças e internet: desafios na era digital (p. 179-215). Lisbon: Fundação Gulbenkian

Khitrov, A (2012). “Irony about Tragedy: The Onion’s treatment of 9/11.Topos 2: 153–67.

Rubio Dominguez, F. and P. Baert (eds.) (2012) The Politics of Knowledge. London: Routledge. 

Bagnoli, A. (2012) Making Sense of Mixed Method Narratives: Young People’s Identities, Life-Plans and Time Orientations, in S. Heath and C. Walker (eds.) Innovations in Youth Research, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 77-100 

Blackburn, R. 'The measurement of Occupational Gender Segregation and its Component Dimensions', International Journal of Social Research Methodology, Vol. 13, No. 3, 2012 (Online 3/10/2011).

K. Hampshire, M. Blell, and R. Simpson. 2012. 'Everybody is moving on': Infertility, relationality and the aesthetics of family among British-Pakistani Muslims. Social Science & Medicine 74(7): 1045–1052.

Brablec, D., Bellolio, A. (2012). Encuesta de Corrupción 2012: Resultados en Niveles Estables (2012). Libertad y Desarrollo, 127, 1-32.

Brablec, D. and Bellolio, A. (2012). Encuesta de Corrupción 2012: Resultados en Niveles Estables. Libertad y Desarrollo, 127, 1-32.

Brablec, D., Bellolio, A. (2012). Encuesta de Corrupción 2012: Resultados en Niveles Estables. (2012). Libertad y Desarrollo.

Bro, N.; Fuentealba, R. (2012). Ciudades, territorios y desarrollo rural en la Región de O’Higgins (Cities, territories and rural development in the Region of O’Higgins). Documento de Trabajo N° 104. Programa Dinámicas Territoriales Rurales. Rimisp, Santiago, Chile. 

Bro, N.; Fuentealba, R. (2012). Ciudades, territorios y desarrollo rural en la Región de O’Higgins. Working Paper N° 104, Rimisp, Santiago, Chile

Almeida, A, N. de, Alves, N. A., Delicado, A. & Carvalho, T. (2012). Children and digital diversity: from ‘unguided rookies’ to ‘self-reliant cybernauts. Childhood, 19 (2). 

Chávez, C. (2012) “Drogas Hoy, Violencia y Pobreza Mañana.” Revista Humanum, December 11, 2012. http://www.revistahumanum.org/blog/uso-drogas-jovenes-america-latina/.

Chávez, C. (2012) “Why does Idleness Have a Female Face?” Revista Humanum, October, 16, 2012. http://www.revistahumanum.org/blog/why-does-idleness-have-a-female-face/.

Chávez, C. (2012) “The Unique Face of Gender Inequality in the Caribbean.” Revista Humanum, August 23, 2012. http://www.revistahumanum.org/blog/the-unique-face-of-gender-inequality-in- the-caribbean/.

Coulter R, van Ham M and Feijten P. (2012) Partner (dis)agreement on moving desires and the subsequent moving behaviour of couples. Population, Space and Place 18 (1), 16-30. 

Desai, M. 2012. "Parties and the Articulation of Neoliberalism: From 'the Emergency' to Reforms in India, 1975-1991," Political Power and Social Theory, Vol. 23. 

Driessens, O., Joye, S., & Biltereyst, D. (2012). The X-factor of charity: A critical analysis of celebrities' involvement in the 2010 Flemish and Dutch Haiti relief shows. Media, Culture & Society, 34(6), 709-725. 

E. Bar-El, translation (from English): Alain Badiou, The Subject of Change: Lessons from the European Graduate School (Atropos, 2012) 

Fazekas, M. and T Burns (2012). Exploring the complex interaction between governance and knowledge. Synthesis of the literature. OECD Education Working Papers, No. 67, OECD Publishing, Paris. 

Fazekas, M. (2012). School Funding Formulas. Review of main characteristics and impacts. OECD Education Working Papers, No. 6747, OECD Publishing, Paris

Moreno Figueroa, MG (2012) 'Linda Morenita: Skin Colour, Beauty and the Politics of Mestizaje in Mexico' in Horrocks, C. (ed.) Cultures of Colour: Visual, Material, Textual, Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books, pp. 167-180. 

Gürtin, Z.B. (2012) Assisted Reproduction in Secular Turkey: Regulation, Rhetoric, and the Role of Religion. In M. Inhorn and S. Tremayne. (eds.) Islam and Assisted Reproductive Technologies: Sunni and Shia Perspectives. New York: Berghahn. 

Gürtin, Z.B. and Vayena, E. (2012) 'Reproductive Donation: Global Perspectives and Cultural Diversity.' In M. Richards, J. Appleby & G. Pennings (eds.) Reproductive Donation: Bioethics, Policy and Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 

Gürtin, Z.B. (2012) IVF Practitioners as Interface Agents between the Local and the Global: The localization of IVF in Turkey. M. Knect, M. Klotz & S. Beck. (eds.) Reproductive Technologies as Global Form. Frankfurt: Campus Verlag. 

Gürtin, Z.B., Golombok, S. and Ahuja, K. (2012) Egg-sharing, Consent and Exploitation: Examining egg-share donors' and recipients' circumstances and retrospective reflections. Reproductive BioMedicine Online, Ethics, Bioscience and Life 24: 698-708. 

Gürtin, Z.B. (2012) Assisted Reproduction in Secular Turkey: Regulation, Rhetoric, and the Role of Religion. In M. Inhorn and S. Tremayne. (eds.) Islam and Assisted Reproductive Technologies: Sunni and Shia Perspectives. New York: Berghahn.

Gürtin, Z.B. (2012) IVF Practitioners as Interface Agents between the Local and the Global: The localization of IVF in Turkey. M. Knect, M. Klotz & S. Beck. (eds.) Reproductive Technologies as Global Form. Frankfurt: Campus Verlag.

Gürtin, Z.B. (2012) Evaluating egg-sharing: The experiences, attitudes and opinions of egg-share donors and recipients. Bionews, 653. London: Progress Educational Trust.

Gürtin, Z.B., Golombok, S. and Ahuja, K. (2012) Egg-share donors' and recipients' knowledge, motivations and concerns: clinical and policy implications. Clinical Ethics. 7(4), 183-192

Gürtin, Z.B., Golombok, S. and Ahuja, K. (2012) Emotional and relational aspects of egg-sharing: Egg-share donors' and recipients' feelings about each other, each others' treatment outcome, and any resulting children. Human Reproduction, 27(6): 1690-1701.

Gürtin, Z.B., Golombok, S. and Ahuja, K. (2012) Egg-sharing, Consent and Exploitation: Examining egg-share donors' and recipients' circumstances and retrospective reflections. Reproductive BioMedicine Online, Ethics, Bioscience and Life 24: 698-708.

Gürtin, Z.B., Inhorn, M.C. and Tremayne, S. (2012) Islam and Assisted Reproduction in the Middle East: Comparing the Sunni Arab World, Shi Iran, and Secular Turkey. In S. Brunn (ed.) The Changing World Religion Map. Springer

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'IR Theory as International Practice/Agency: A Clinical-Cynical Bourdieusian Perspective', Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 40, 3 (2012): pp. 625-646.

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'Beyond (Post)Positivism: The Missed Promises of Systemic Pragmatism', International Studies Quarterly, 56, 2 (2012): pp. 291-305.

Borra, C., Iacovou, M. and Sevilla-Sanz, A. (2012). "The Effect of Breastfeeding on Children's Cognitive and Non-cognitive Abilities" Labour Economics 19(4) 

Figari, F., Iacovou, M., Skew, A. and Sutherland, H. (2012) "Approximations to the truth: comparing survey and microsimulation approaches to measuring income for social indicators" Social Indicators Research 105(3) pp387-407 

Iacovou, M. “Does your mother know? Staying out late and risky behaviours among 10-15 year-olds” (2012) in Understanding Society: Findings 2012, ed. Mcfall, S. ISBN 978 1 85871 163 8

Inhorn, M.C. and Gürtin, Z.B. (2012) Infertility and Assisted Reproduction in the Muslim Middle East: Social, Religious, and Resource Considerations. FVV in OBGYN, MONOGRAPH, 24-29.

International Labour Organization (ILO). 2012. “Haiti Baseline Data Report:  Workers Perspectives from the Factory and Beyond”.  ILO, Geneva.

Islam, A. (2012) Book Review: Gender and violence in the Middle East by Moha Ennaji and Fatima Sadiqi, LSE Review of Books

Islam, A. (2012) Book Review: Blogistan: the internet and politics in Iran, LSE Review of Books

Islam, A. (2012) Book Review: Postcolonial media culture in Britain by Rosalind Brunt and Rinella Cere, LSE Review of Books

Jacqueline Scott and Anke C. Plagnol (2012) Work-family conflict and well being in Northern Europe. Chapter 7 in Gendered Lives, Gender Inequalities in Production and Reproduction. Edited by Jacqueline Scott, Shirley Dex and Anke C. Plagnol

Kandil, H. Soldiers, Spies, and Statesmen: Egypt’s Road to Revolt (Verso 2012; updated paperback 2013). 

Kandil, H. ‘Why did the Middle Class march to Tahrir Square?’ Mediterranean Politics, Vol. 17, 2012: 197-215. 

Kandil, H. ‘Back on Horse? The Military between Two Revolutions’, in Bahgat Korany and Rabab el-Mahdi (eds.), Arab Spring in Egypt: Revolution and Beyond. New York: American University in Cairo Press, 2012: 73-97. 

Jonathan Kennedy and Sunil Purushotham (2012): ‘Beyond Naxalbari: A Comparative Analysis of Maoist Insurgency in India, 1947 to present date,’ Comparative Studies in Society and History 54 (4): 832-62. 

King, L. “Mass Privatization, State Capacity and Economic Growth in Post-Communist Countries” (with Patrick Hamm and David Stuckler). American Sociological Review 2012, Vol. 77(2): 295-324. 

C. Lane and G. Wood eds., Capitalist Diversity and Diversity within Capitalism. Routledge 2012. 

Larsen, R. 18 April 2012. “The Political Nature of TCP/IP”. Momentum. Undergraduate thesis exploring socio-technical development of key Internet infrastructure. Available online.

M. Mann (2012) The Sources of Social Power, Vol III: Fractured Globalization. Cambridge University Press

M. Mann (2012) The Sources of Social Power, Vol IV: Universal Globalizations. Cambridge University Press

Pennings, G. and Gürtin, Z.B. (2012) The legal and Ethical Regulation of Transnational Donation. In M. Richards, J. Appleby & G. Pennings (eds.) Reproductive Donation: Bioethics, Policy and Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

McPherson, E., 2012. ‘How Editors Choose Which Human Rights News to Cover: A Case Study of Mexican Newspapers.’ In T. A. Borer, ed. Media, Mobilization, and Human Rights: Mediating Suffering. London, UK: Zed Books, pp. 96–121.

Omigbodun, Iyeyinka. 2012. “The Impact of Reading on the Mental Health of Children in a Low-Income Neighbourhood in Nigeria.” Poster presented at the 18th World Congress of the International Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (IACAPAP), Paris, France

Peri-Rotem, N. (2012). “Statistics of Identity: Representation of Minority Groups in the Population Census”. St Antony’s International Review, 8(1), 106-117. 

Proudman, C. (2012), “The Criminalisation of Forced Marriage,” Family Law, 42(4), 460-465.

Proudman, C. (2012), “A Specific Criminal Offence of Forced Marriage,” Criminal Law and Justice Weekly, 176.

Quie, M. “Peace-Building and Democracy Promotion in Afghanistan: The Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Program and Reconciliation with the Taliban,” in: Do All Good Things Go Together? Conflicting Objectives in Democracy Promotion, Democratization, (2012) 

Ritts, M (2012) Production assistant “The Signal of Noise” CBC Ideas [radio show, prod. Teresa Goff]. Vancouver, BC
 

Iran’s Strategy in response to Sanctions (2012), Al Jazeera Centre for Studies , Policy Briefs. 

Reluctant Radicals: Hearts and minds between securitisation and radicalisation (2012),Terrorism in Europe and the Middle East: Causes and Effects, E.G.H. Joffe, ed., I.B. Tauris, (based on paper for  ‘Radicalisation’ Conference, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Centre of Islamic Studies, CIRMENA and POLIS, University of Cambridge, 11 June 2009)

Saavedra Utman, J. and Poblete Vásquez, M. 2012. Historia Social de los Teatros en Chile: Melipilla en el Siglo XX [Social History of Theatres in Chile: Melipilla in the 20th Century]. Santiago: Chancacazo.

Scheiring, Gábor. 2012. Hungary Back on Track: An Alternative Budget Proposal for Hungary (In Hungarian: Magyarország talpra áll: Az LMP alternatív költségvetési javaslata). Budapest: Ökopolisz Alapítvány.

Scott, J., Dex, S. and Plagnol, A. 2012. Gendered Lives: Gender Inequalities in Production and Reproduction. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham. 

Smith, L. D. Institutions Count: Their Role and Significance in Latin American Development. University of California Press, 2012 (Co-editor, with Alejandro Portes). 

Suen, Johan and Tan, Xiang Ru. “Disciplining ‘Other’ Singles: Deconstructing the State’s Portrayal of an ‘Ideal’ Single in Singapore.” Consortium for Asian and African Studies (CAAS) 3rd International Conference - Making a Difference: Representing/Constructing the ‘Other’ in Asian/African Media, Cinema, and Languages; Proceedings of the Papers, SOAS, University of London, 16-18 February 2012. Tokyo, Japan: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2012. 173-87. 

Suen, Johan. 2012."Youth and Social Capital: Considerations for Social Policy and Programmes." 135-49 in Mendaki Policy Digest 2012. Singapore: Research and Policy Department, Yayasan Mendaki.

Therborn, G., 'Class in the 21st Century', New Left Review, 2012, Vol. 78, pp. 5-29

Thompson, J. B. 'The Metamorphosis of a Crisis', in Manuel Castells, João Caraça, and Gustavo Cardoso (eds.), Aftermath: the Cultures of the Economic Crisis (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 59-81.

Thompson, J.B.  Merchants of Culture: The Publishing Business in the Twenty-First Century (Cambridge: Polity, 2010), 432pp + viii.  Second edition, expanded and updated, published in 2012 (New York: Penguin; Cambridge: Polity). Translated into Portuguese, Greek, Chinese, Korean and Russian.

Van Oudheusden, M. & De Zutter, H. (2012). “Contesting Co-inquiry: ‘Noncommunicative’ Discourse in a Flemish Participatory Technology Assessment.” Science Communication 34(1): 83-113; https://doi.org/10.1177/1075547011408926

Wels, J. (2012, November 09). L’outil partenarial dans l’insertion professionnelle: enjeux méthodologiques et cadre structurant. Travail, emploi, formation, 10, 73-88.

Wiegand, P (2012) “Trayectorias de la convivencia en Chile” [Trajectories of cohabitation in Chile]. Santiago: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Yildiz, Y. Y. (2012), ‘New Political Subjects: Children of Displaced People in Turkey’, Forced Migration Review, No: 40, University of Oxford, Refugee Studies Centre

Yopo, M., Rivera, S. y Peters, G. 2012. Individuación y políticas sociales en Chile. Sobre la experiencia de nuevas propietarias en la comuna de Lo Espejo. Polis. Revista Latinoamericana 32: 1-18. 

2011

Ahmad, M. (2011). Balochistan Betrayed. In V. Prashad, M. Tahir, & Q. B. Memon, Dispatches from Pakistan. Delhi: LeftWord Press.

Antoine, C. and Brablec, D. (2011). Políticas Culturales: La Acción del Estado y la Sociedad de Oportunidades. Libertad y Desarrollo, 125, 1-62.

Antoine, C., Brablec, D. (2011). Políticas Culturales: La Acción del Estado y la Sociedad de Oportunidades. Libertad y Desarrollo

Bacevic, J. 2011. Borders of the Europe of Knowledge? Higher Education, Mobility and Knowledge Transfer in the Western Balkans, Der Donauraum 51(3-4), 211-224.

Bacevic, J., Bancroft, I., Fridman, O., and Tosic, J. (2011). The Conflict and its Aftermath in South Serbia – Social and Ethnic Relations, Agency and Belonging in Presevo and Bujanovac. Report prepared for UNDP Serbia. Belgrade: Center for Comparative Conflict Studies.

L. Madrigal, J. Brady, M. Raxter, E. Ruiz, F. Otárola, and M. Blell. 2011. Obesity, hypertension and migration: A meta analysis of populations of the South Asian diaspora. Human Biology 83 (1): 71-86.

Antoine, C. and Brablec, D. (2011). Políticas Culturales: La Acción del Estado y la Sociedad de Oportunidades. Libertad y Desarrollo, 125, 1-62.

Maturana, C., Brablec, D. and Oliva, D. (2011). Balance Anual al Poder Legislativo del año 2010. Corporación Humanas.

Antoine, C., Brablec, D. (2011). Políticas Culturales: La Acción del Estado y la Sociedad de Oportunidades. Libertad y Desarrollo, 125, 1-62.

Garretón; Cruz; Aguirre; Bro; Farías; Ferreti; Ramos (2011). Movimiento social, nuevas formas de hacer política y enclaves autoritarios. Los debates del Consejo Asesor para la Educación en el gobierno de Michelle Bachelet en Chile. Polis n° 30. 

Burchell, B.J., A Temporal Comparison of the Effects of Unemployment and Job Insecurity on Wellbeing. Sociological Research Online 16 (1). (2011).

Maturana, C., Brablec, D. and Oliva, D. (2011). Balance Anual al Poder Legislativo del año 2010. Corporación Humanas.

Backes,Camila; CostaBrandelli Angelo; CARPENEDO, Manoela; Nardi, Henrique Caetano (2011). A diversidade sexual no ensino de Psicologia. O cinema como ferramenta de intervenção e pesquisa. Sexualidad, Salud y Sociedad - Revista Latinoamericana, v. 7, p. 217-141. 

Cohen, S., Deacon, B. (2011). "From the Global Politics of Poverty Alleviation to the Global Politics of Solidarity," Special issue of Global Social Policy, edited by Asun St Clair and Havard Haarstard, Vol 11, No 1/2.

Moreno Figueroa, MG (2011) 'Naming ourselves: Recognising Racism and Mestizaje in Mexico' in McLaughlin, J., Phillimore, P. and Richardson, D. (eds.), Contesting Recognition, Culture, Identity and Citizenship. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 122-143.

Gabrys, J. 2011. Digital Rubbish: A Natural History of Electronics (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press; ISBN 978-0-472-11761-1), 225 pgs.

González Hernando, M. (2011) Confronting the uncertain: On crisis, time sociology and the narration of dangerous times. Gnovis, a Journal of Communications, Culture and Technology, 12:1, pp. 47-60.

Gugushvili, A. (2011). Material Deprivation, Social Class and Life Course in the Balkans, Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Studies of Transition States and Societies, 3, 1, pp. 39-54.

Guibernau, M. (2011) ‘The Birth of a United Europe: On why the EU has generated a ‘non emotional’ Identity’, Nations and Nationalism, vol.17 (2), 2011, pp. 302-315.

Guibernau, M. (2011). ‘Prospects for a European Identity’, International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society (IJPCS) New York, Springer, vol. 24 (1), 2011, pp. 31-43.

Gürtin, Z.B. and Inhorn, M.C. (2011) Guest Editorial - Cross-Border Reproductive Care: Travelling for Conception and the Global ART Market. Reproductive Biomedicine Online, 23: 535-537.

Gürtin, Z.B. (2011) Banning Reproductive Travel? Turkey's ART legislation and Third-Party Assisted Reproduction. Reproductive Biomedicine Online, 23: 555-565. 

Gürtin, Z.B. and Golombok, S. Egg-sharing: The experiences, feelings and attitudes of egg-share donors and recipients. Preliminary Report presented to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, September 2011.

Gürtin, Z.B. and Inhorn, M.C. (2011) Guest Editorial - Cross-Border Reproductive Care: Travelling for Conception and the Global ART Market. Reproductive Biomedicine Online, 23: 535-537.

Gürtin, Z.B. Egg-sharing in the UK: Clinical, Psycho-social and Ethical Considerations. Consultation Report for the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, August 2011.

Gürtin, Z.B. (2011) Banning Reproductive Travel? Turkey's ART legislation and Third-Party Assisted Reproduction. Reproductive Biomedicine Online, 23: 555-565.

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'Contemporary “Dissidence” in American International Relations: The New Structure of Anti-Mainstream Scholarship?', International Studies Perspectives, 12, 4 (2011): pp. 362-398. 

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'The “Problem of Values” and International Relations Scholarship: From Applied Reflexivity to Reflexivism', International Studies Review, 13, 2 (2011): pp. 259-287

Hokowhitu, B. and Page, T. 2011. Postcolonial Peace. Junctures, 14: 13-25. [Link]

Iacovou, M. and Skew, A. J. (2011) "Household composition across the new Europe: where do the new Member States fit in?" Demographic research Vol 25, Article 14, pp 465-490 

Ermisch, J., Iacovou, M. and Skew, A. (2011). “Family Relationships”, in Early Findings from the First Wave of the UK's Household Longitudinal Study ed. McFall, S. ISBN 978 1 85871 158 4

Iacovou, M. and Tavares, L. (2011). "Yearning, Learning and Conceding: Reasons men and women change their childbearing intentions" Population and Development Review 37(1) pp89-123 

Inhorn, M.C. and Gürtin, Z.B. (2011) Cross-Border Reproductive Care: A Future Research Agenda. Reproductive Biomedicine Online, 23: 665-676.

Kandil, H. ‘Islamizing Egypt: Testing the Limits of Gramscian Counterhegemonic Strategies’, Theory and Society, Vol. 40, 2011: 37-62. 

Jonathan Kennedy and Lawrence King (2011): ‘The Conviction of Binayak Sen,’ Lancet 377 (9774): 1316-17. 

Jonathan Kennedy and Lawrence King (2011): ‘Understanding the Conviction of Binayak Sen: Neocolonialism, Political Violence and the Political Economy of Health in Central India,’ Social Science and Medicine 72(10): 1639-42.

M. Mann (2011) Power in the 21st Century: Conversations with John A. Hall. Polity, 184pp.

Martínez, J.; Reboiras, L.; Soffia, M. (2011) “Crisis económica y migración internacional: la centralidad de los derechos humanos en América Latina y el Caribe”, en Colección de Ensayos sobre población y derechos humanos en América Latina, Jorge Martínez Pizarro (ed.), Serie Investigaciones, 10, ALAP, Río de Janeiro, Brazil.

Maturana, C., Brablec, D. and Oliva, D. (2011). Balance Anual al Poder Legislativo del año 2010. Corporación Humanas.

Maturana, C., Brablec, D., Oliva, D. (2011). Balance Anual al Poder Legislativo del año 2010. Corporación Humanas.

Miley, J. “Franquism as Authoritarianism: Juan Linz and his Critics,” Politics, Religion and Ideology, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2011: 27-50. 

From Spectacle to Spectacular: How physical space, social media and mainstream broadcast amplified the public sphere in Egypt’s ‘Revolution (2011) with Mohamed Nanabhay, Journal of North African Studies, Special Issue: the Arab Spring, Vol. 16 (4) December; pp. 573-603.

Iran and the EU: Re-assessing the European role between the US and Iran (2011), L. Marchi, ed., An EU Innovative External Action? (Cambridge Scholars Publishing), based on paper for ‘EU Facing External Challenges’, Workshop funded by Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, Pembroke College, Cambridge, October 2009

Arab Revolutions Transcend Iran’s (2011), in Current Controversies, The Iranian Green Movement,  Cengage Learning Books  ‘Out of the Revolution’ (2011) in P. Rowland, ed., Paris Was Ours, Algonquin

Scheiring, Gábor and Zsolt Boda (eds.). 2011. Globalisation and Development: Critical Development Studies Reader (In Hungarian: Globalizáció és fejlődés: Kritikai fejlődéstanulmányok szöveggyűjtemény). Budapest: Új Mandátum.

Scheiring, Gábor and Zsolt Boda (eds.). 2011 Globalisation and Development at the Semi-Periphery (In Hungarian: Globalizáció és fejlődés a félperiférián). Budapest: Új Mandátum.

Silva, F. C., 2011. G.H. Mead. A Reader. London: Routledge (Classics in Sociology Series). (edited) Now in Paperback - December 2012.

Silva, F. C., 2011. “Books and Canon Formation in Sociology. The Case of Mind, Self, and Society.” Journal of Classical Sociology 11 (4): 356-377. With Mónica Brito Vieira.

Smietana, M. (2011). Matczyni ojcowie? Męskość i kobiecość w hiszpańskich rodzinach gejów. In: E. Ciaputa, & K. Wojnicka (eds.) Karuzela z mężczyznami: Kategorie męskości w polskich badaniach społecznych. Kraków: Impuls. 

Neilson, D., & Stubbs, T. (2011). Relative surplus population and uneven development in the neoliberal era: Theory and empirical application. Capital & Class, 35(3), 435-453. 

Therborn, G., 'End of A Paradigm. The Current Crisis and the Idea of Stateless Cities', Environment and Planning2011, Vol. 43, pp. 272-85

Therborn, G., The World: A Beginner’s Guide, (2011), Cambridge, Polity Press (Finnish, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish translations) 

Thompson, J. B. 'Shifting Boundaries of Public and Private Life', Theory, Culture and Society, vol. 28, no. 4 (2011), pp. 49-70. Translated into Spanish and Portuguese. 

Van Oudheusden, M. (2011). “Questioning ‘Participation’: A Critical Appraisal of its Conceptualization in a Flemish Participatory Technology Assessment.” Science & Engineering Ethics 17(4): 673-690; https://doi.org/10.1007/s11948-011-9313-z

Weinberg, Darin. 2011. “Sociological Perspectives on Addiction.” Sociology Compass. 5/4: 298- 310 

2010

Lodge G, Schmuecker K, Coutts A (2010) Devolution in practice III. Public policy differences within the UK. Institute of Public Policy Research.

Uberoi V, Coutts A, McLean I, Halpern D (2010) Options for Britain II: cross-cutting challenges for policy-makers. Special Issue of Political Quarterly

Arsenii Khitrov (2010). “Belarusian Format: An Invisible Reality. Review.” Review of Belarusian Format: An Invisible Reality, edited by Almira Ousmanova. Russian Journal of Communication 3 no. 3/4: 313–315. 

Bacevic, J., ed. (2010). Development of Higher Education in Minority Languages in Presevo and Bujanovac. Belgrade: Center for Education Policy and Center for Non-Violent Resistance.

Bacevic, J. 2010. Masters or Servants? Power and Discourse in Serbian Higher Education Reform. Social Anthropology, Vol. 18 No. 1, pp. 43-56.

Baert, P. et al. (eds.) (2010) Conflict, Citizenship and Civil Society. London: Routledge.

Silva, F. C., 2010. Social Theory in the Twentieth Century and Beyond. Cambridge: Polity Press. With Patrick Baert. (Translations into Italian: 2010. Teoria Sociale Contemporanea. Bologna: Societá Editrice Il Mulino; Spanish: 2011. La Teoría Social Contemporánea. Madrid: Alianza Editorial; Portuguese: 2012. Teoria Social Hoje. Lisboa: Mundos Sociais: Polish: 2013. Krakow: Zaklad Wadawniczy Nomos) .

Baert, P. and F. Carreira da Silva (2010) Social Theory in the Twentieth Century and Beyond. 2nd edition. Cambridge: Polity Press. Translated into Turkish. Title: Sosyal Bilimler Felsefesi. Publisher: Küre Yayinlari (2010)

Bagnoli, A. and Clark, A. (2010) Focus Groups with Young People: a Participatory Approach to Research Planning, Journal of Youth Studies, 13(1), 101-119 

Bro, Naim (2010). Del Centenario al Bicentenario. Algunas discusiones en torno al desarrollo chileno (From the Centennial to the Bicentennial. Some discussions on Chilean development). Nemesis N° 8.

Carvalho, T. & Casanova, J.L. (2010). Esfera Pública, Democracia e Internet: os bloggers em Portugal (Public Sphere, Democracy and Internet: bloggers in Portugal), Observatório da Comunicação (OBS*), 4(2).

Cohen, S. (2010). "What is the relationship between migration and social development?" Migration in the Arab World, Washington, DC: Middle East Institute.

Donker, T.H. (2010) Enduring Ambiguity: Sunni Community-Syrian Regime Dynamics. Mediterranean Politics, vol. 15, no. 3: 435–452.

Driessens, O., Raeymaeckers, K., Verstraeten, H., & Vandenbussche, S. (2010). Personalization according to politicians: A practice theoretical analysis of mediatization. Communications: European Journal of Communication Research, 35(3), 309-326.

Faulkner, P., Lawson, C. and Runde, J. Theorising technology, (2010) Cambridge Journal of Economics

Moreno Figueroa, MG (2010) 'Distributed Intensities: Whiteness, Mestizaje and the Logics of Mexican Racism', Ethnicities 10, 387-401. 

Coleman, R and Moreno Figueroa, MG (2010) 'Past and Future Perfect? Beauty, Affect and Hope', Journal for Cultural Research 14(4), 357 - 373. 

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'Knowing and Judging in International Relations Theory: Realism and the Reflexive Challenge', Review of International Studies 36, 4 (2010): pp. 1079-1101. 

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'Paths Not Taken: A Retrospective Systemic Reading of Post-Soviet International Alternatives', International Journal on World Peace, 27, 3 (2010): pp. 7-30.

Hen, H. M. (2010). Intellectual Property Policies for Canadian Universities. Centre for Policy Research for Science and Technology. Vancouver, British Columbia. Simon Fraser University: http://summit.sfu.ca/item/13596 or http://www.sfu.ca/communication/res...

Iacovou, M. and Skew, A. (2010) “Household Structure in the EU” in Atkinson, A.B. and Marlier, E. (eds) “Income and living conditions in Europe”. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. doi: 10.2785/53320.

Iacovou, M. (2010). "Leaving home: independence, togetherness and income". Advances in Life Course Research 15(4) pp147-160 

Kandil, H. ‘On the Margins of Defeat: A Sociology of Arab Intellectuals under Authoritarianism’, in Bahgat Korany (ed.), The Changing Middle East: A New Look At Regional Dynamics. New York: American University in Cairo Press, 2010: 85-118. 

Kassim, Norizan Mohd; Najdawi, Mohamad; Al Azmeh, Zeina; Sadiq, Hissa. 2010. Effects of institutional reform on corporate image and value in a developing country context, Measuring Business Excellence, 14:2 32 – 45

Lawson, C. Technology and the extension of human capabilities, (2010) Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour

Martínez, J.; Reboiras, L.; Soffia, M. (2010) “Crisis económica y migración internacional: hipótesis, visiones y consecuencias en América Latina y el Caribe”, Revista Interdisciplinar da Mobilidade Humana REMHU, Año XVIII, 35, July/December, Centro Scalabriniano de Estudios Migratórios CSEM, Brasilia, Brazil.

Martínez, J.; Reboiras, L.; Soffia, M. (2010) “Crisis económica y migración internacional: hipótesis, visiones y consecuencias en América Latina y el Caribe”, Revista Interdisciplinar da Mobilidade Humana REMHU, Year XVIII, 35, July/December, Brasilia-Brazil, Centro Scalabriniano de Estudios Migratórios CSEM, ISSN 1980-8585.

Miley, J. “The Constitution and the Politics of National Identity in Contemporary Spain,” Nations and Nationalisms Vol. 16, No. 1, 2010: 6-30. With Enric Martínez

Sexuality (Sterling, 2010)

Phren, S. and Peri, N. (2010). “Prospective Immigration to Israel through 2030: Methodological Issues and Challenges”. Proceedings of the Work Session on Demographic Projections, Lisbon, April 2010. Eurostat Methodologies and Working Papers, 269-278.

Quie, M. Lessons from 1989: The Soviet Experience in Afghanistan Europe - Asia Commemorative Journal (2010) 

Quie, M. “Democracy Promotion and Peace-Building in Afghanistan: The Question of Reconciliation with the Taliban” (Standing Group on International Relations: September 2010) 

Scott, J., 2010. ‘Quantitative methods and Gender Equality’, in special issue of International Journal of Social Research Methodology ‘ Feminism Counts’, Vol 13 (3): 223-236. 

Scott, J., Crompton, R. and Lyonette, C. 2010. Gender Inequalities in the 21st Century: New Barriers and Continuing Constraints. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham. 

Smith, L. D. Institutions and National Development in Latin America: A Comparative Study. Socio-Economic Review, 2010. (with Alejandro Portes).

2009

Uberoi V, Coutts A, McLean I, Halpern D (2009) Options for a New Britain. Palgrave MacMillan.

Desai, M. 2009. 'A History of Violence: Gender, Power, and the Making of a Pogrom in Gujarat,' in eds. Chatterjee, P., Desai, M. and Roy, P. (2009) States of Trauma: Gender and Violence in South Asia, Zubaan Books and Cambridge University Press, India, pps: 293-313.

Coutts A (2009) ‘Active labour market programmes and health: an evidence base’, Report for World Health Organisation and Strategic Review of Health Inequalities in England Post 2010 (Marmot Review 2010).

Burchell, Brendan J., Allen, Richard P., Miller, Jessica K. et al. (2009). RLS and blood donation. Sleep Medicine , Volume 10 , Issue 8 , 844 - 849

Bagnoli, A. (2009) Beyond the Standard Interview: the Use of Graphic Elicitation and Arts-Based Methods, Qualitative Research, 9(5), 547-570 

Bagnoli, A. and Ketokivi, K. (2009) (eds.) At a Crossroads: Contemporary Lives between Fate and Choice, European Societies, special issue, 11 (3)

Bagnoli, A. (2009) ‘On an Introspective Journey’: Identities and Travel in Young People’s Lives, in A. Bagnoli and K. Ketokivi (eds.) At a Crossroads: Contemporary Lives between Fate and Choice, European Societies, special issue, 11(3), 325-345 

R. Casiday, A. P. S. Hungin, C. Cornford, N. de Wit, and M. Blell. 2009. Patients’ explanatory models for Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Symptoms and treatment more important than explaining aetiology. Family Practice 26(1):40-47

R. Casiday, A. P. S. Hungin, C. Cornford, N. de Wit, and M. Blell. 2009. GPs' explanatory models for Irritable Bowel Syndrome: a mismatch with patient models? Family Practice 26(1):34-39

Burchell, B.J., Allen, R.P., Miller, J.K., Hening, W.A. & Earley, C.J., 2009. RLS and blood donation. Sleep Medicine, (2009) 10(8), 844-849. 

Burchell, B.J. Flexicurity as a moderator of the relationship between job insecurity and psychological well-being. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society (2009) 2(3) Pp. 365-378. 

Cano, M.V. y Soffia, M. (2009) “Normativa y política migratoria en Chile, a la luz de los derechos humanos”, Boletín EntreTierras, Edición Especial, September, Secretaría Técnica Ad-Hoc de la MTML, Quito, Ecuador.

Cano, M.V.; Soffia, M. (2009) “Los estudios sobre migración internacional en Chile: apuntes y comentarios para una agenda de investigación actualizada”, Revista Papeles de Población, Nueva Época, Año 15, No. 61, July-September, Centro de Investigación y Estudios Avanzados de la Población, UAEM, Toluca, Mexico.

Cano, M.V.; Soffia, M. (2009) “Los estudios sobre migración internacional en Chile: apuntes y comentarios para una agenda de investigación actualizada”, Revista Papeles de Población, Nueva Época, Año 15, 61, July-September, Toluca-Mexico, Centro de Investigación y Estudios Avanzados de la Población-UAEM, ISSN 1405-7425.

Cano, M.V.; Soffia, M.; Martínez, J. (2009) “Conocer para legislar y hacer política: los desafíos de Chile ante un nuevo escenario migratorio”, Serie Población y Desarrollo, No. 88, July, CELADE-CEPAL, Santiago, Chile.

Nardi, Henrique Caetano; CARPENEDO Manoela (2009). Solidariedade, Competitividade e Reflexao ética nos contextos da nova economia e da economia solidária. Psico (PUCRS. Impresso), v. 40, p. 458-466. 

Costa, Brandelli Angelo; CARPENEDO, Manoela; Backes, Camila. (2009) Attitudes among University Undergraduates Regarding Movies with Contents on Sexual Diversity. Journal of LGBT Youth, v6 n4 p436-440. 

Chisholm, Jennifer. 2009. “The Hair Weave and its Implications for the Self-Image of African-Americans”. The Collegiate Scholar. Summer. http://issuu.com/nscs/docs/summer_2009.

DeLeon, C., Desai, M., and Cihan, T., 2009. "Political Articulation: Parties and the Constitution of Cleavages in the U.S. India and Turkey," Sociological Theory, 27(3):193-219. 

Chatterjee, P., M. Desai and P. Roy (eds.). 2009. States of Trauma: Gender and Violence in South Asia.  New Delhi: Zubaan and Cambridge University Press.

Guibernau, M. (2009) For a Cosmopolitan Catalanism (Winner of the 2009 Eines Prize) (Angle Editorial Press, Barcelona) 123 pages. ISBN-978-84-927-5824-1.

Inanna Hamati-Ataya, 'Faits et Valeurs en Théorie des Relations Internationales: Neutralité Axiologique, Science et Réflexivité', Dynamiques Internationales, 1, 1 (2009): pp. 1-19.

Iacovou, M. and Parisi, L. (2009). “Leaving Home” in Changing Relationships, eds. Ermisch, J. and Brynin, M., Routledge: New York, London.

Iacovou, M. (2009)."Cross-national comparative research with longitudinal data: research into youth poverty" 21st Century Society 4(2) pp149-160 

King, L. “Mass privatisation and the post-communist mortality crisis: a cross-national analysis” (with David Stuckler and Martin McKee). 2009. The Lancet. Jan. 31, Vol. 373, No. 9661: 399-407. 

L. Wacquant (2009) Punishing the Poor: The Neoliberal Government of Social Insecurity. Duke University Press,

L. Wacquant (2009) Prisons of Poverty. University of Minnesota Press

Lawson, C. Ayres, technology and technical objects, (2009) Journal of Economic Issues

Power, Boundaries and Institutions: Marriage in Ultra-Orthodox Judaism’, European Journal of Sociology, (2009), Vol. 50, No. 2, pp. 273-308

M. Castells (2009) Communication Power. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Martínez, J.; Reboiras, L.; Soffia, M. (2009) “Los derechos concedidos: crisis económica mundial y migración internacional”, Serie Población y Desarrollo, 89, Santiago-Chile, CEPAL-CELADE, ISSN 1680-8991, ISBN 978-92-1-323380-1.

Martínez, J.; Reboiras, L.; Soffia, M. (2009) “Los derechos concedidos: crisis económica mundial y migración internacional”, Serie Población y Desarrollo, No. 89, December, CELADE-CEPAL, Santiago, Chile

Mottier, V. Special Issue of Feminist Theory (2009), Postcommunisme: Genre et Etats en transition.

Wydawnicza Aspra. Papp, Gabor and Gabor Scheiring (2009): “Fear of Crime and Confidence in Justice in Hungary”, pp. 93-115 in Anniina Jokinen, Elina Ruuskanen, Maria Yordanova, Dimitar Markov és Miriana Ilcheva (eds.), Review of Need: Indicators of Public Confidence in Criminal Justice for Policy Assessment. Helsinki: Criminal Justice Press. 

Scheiring, Gábor and Benedek Jávor (eds.). 2009. Ecology and Politics: Green Political Theory Reader (In Hungarian: Oikosz és Polisz: Zöld Politikai Filozófiai Szöveggyűjtemény). Budapest: L’Harmattan.

Weinberg, Darin. 2009. “On the Social Construction of Social Problems and Social Problems Theory: A Contribution to the Legacy of John Kitsuse.” American Sociologist. 40(1-2): 61-78. Winner of the 2011 Outstanding Article Award from the Social Problems Theory Division of the Society for the Study of Social Problems.

2008

Wiles, R., Prosser, J., Bagnoli, A., Clark, A., Davies, K., Holland, S. and Renold, E. (2008) Visual Ethics: Ethical Issues in Visual Research, ESRC National Centre for Research Methods Review Paper, NCRM/011 

Blackburn, R. ‘What is Social Inequality’, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol. 28. No. 7/8, 2008 

M. Blell, T. M. Pollard, M. S. Pearce. 2008. Predictors of Age at Menarche in the Newcastle Thousand Families Study. Journal of Biosocial Science 40:563-575.

CARPENEDO Manoela; Nardi, Henrique Caetano (2008). Diversidade sexual e trabalho: reinvenções do dispositivo. Bagoas : Revista de Estudos Gays, v.2 n.03.p.128-143.

Deblonde, M. Van Oudheusden, M., Evers, J., & Goorden, L. (2008). “Co-creating nano-imaginaries: A report of a Delphi-exercise.” Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society 28(5): 372-389; https://doi.org/10.1177/0270467608322591

Moreno Figueroa, MG (2008) 'Historically-Rooted Transnationalism: Slightedness and the Experience of Racism in Mexican Families', Journal of Intercultural Studies, 29(3), 283-297. 

Moreno Figueroa, MG (2008) 'Looking Emotionally: Racism, Photography and Intimacies in Research' in History of the Human Sciences, 21(4), 66-83. Reprinted in Smart, B. et al (eds) (2013), Observational Methods, London: Sage. Volume 3, Part 3. 

Franklin, S. Stem Cell Stories 1998-2008 Special Issue of Science as Culture Vol. 17, No. 1, ed. with Ingrid Geesink and Barbara Prainsack (2008). 

Franklin, S. Stem Cell Technologies 1998-2008: Controversies and Silence, Special Issue of Science as Culture, Vol 17, No. 4, ed. with Barbara Prainsack and Ingrid Geesink (2008) 

Goorden, L., Van Oudheusden, M., Evers, J., & Deblonde, M. (2008). “Nanotechnologies for Tomorrow’s Society: A Case for Reflective Action Research in Flanders, Belgium.” In: Presenting Futures: The Yearbook of Nanotechnologies in Society. Edited by E. Fisher, C. Selin, and J. Wetmore. Springer: 163-182; https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-8416-4_14

Goorden, L., Van Oudheusden, M., Evers, J., & Deblonde, M. (2008). “Lose one another ... and find one another in nanospace: Nanotechnologies for Tomorrow’s Society: a case for reflective action research in Flanders (NanoSoc).” NanoEthics 2(3): 213-230; https://doi.org/10.1007/s11569-008-0043-x

Iacovou, M. (2008). "Family Size, Birth Order and Educational Attainment" Marriage and Family Review 42(3) pp35-5

Ingham, G. (2008) Capitalism. Cambridge: Polity Press

Kandil, H. ‘Syrian Foreign Policy and the Challenge of Restructuring’, in Bahgat Korany and Ali al-Din Hilal (eds.), The Foreign Policy of Arab States: The Challenges of Globalization (3rd edition). Cairo: American University of Cairo Press, 2008: 421-456.

King, L. “International Monetary Fund programs and tuberculosis outcomes in post-communist countries.” (with David Stuckler and Sanjay Basu). Public Library of Science Medicine 2008: 5: e143.doi: 10.1371/journal.pmed.0050143. [Pp.1-12]. 

L. Wacquant (2008) Urban Outcasts: A Comparative Sociology of Advanced Marginality. Polity

Miley, J., “Analyzing the Dynamics of Assimilation in Nationalist Contexts: Is There Really More Assimilation in Catalonia than in the Basque Country?,” European Journal of Political Research, Vol. 47, No.6, 2008: 710-736. With Luis de la Calle.

Sexuality: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford University Press, 2008)

Butler, T., Hamnett, C., and Ramsden, M. (2008) Inward and Upwards? Marking out social class change in London 1981-2001, Urban Studies, 45(1): 67-88. 

The Politics of Concession: Reassessing the interlinkage of Persia’s finances, British intrigue and Qajar negotiation (2008), in R. Farmanfarmaian, ed., War and Peace in Qajar Persia: Implications past and present(Routledge)

War and Peace in Qajar Persia: Implications past and present (2008), editor (Routledge)

Sairambay, Y. (2008). Tests on Geography. Shymkent, Qazaqstan: Zhebe Design.

Boda, Zsolt, Gabor Scheiring, David Hall and Emanuel Lobina (2008): “Hungary”, pp. 178-202 in Naren Prasad (ed.), Social Policies and Private Sector Participation in Water Supply: Beyond Regulation. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan. 

Scheiring, Gábor and Zsolt Boda (eds.). 2008. Economize Wisely! The Politics of Privatisation and Public Services (In Hungarian: Gazdálkodj okosan! A privatizáció és a közszolgáltatások politikája). Budapest: Új Mandátum & Védegylet.

Scott, J., Dex, S. and Joshi, H. 2008. Women and Employment: Changing Lives and New Challenges. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham 

Silva, F. C., 2008. Mead and Modernity. Science, Selfhood, and Democratic Politics. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. 

2007

A. Azarova Democratic Accountability of Russian Regional Governments: Do Elections Matter? (2007) Working Papers CPC-OSI, Budapest.

Azarova, A., 2007. Democratic Accountability of Russian Regional Governments: Do Elections Matter? Working Papers CPC-OSI, Budapest. 

Bagnoli, A. (2007) Between Outcast and Outsider: Constructing the Identity of the Foreigner, European Societies, 9(1), 23-44 

Dylan, R. and Desai, M. 2007. "The Passive Revolutionary Route to the Modern World: Italy and India in Comparative Perspective," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 49(4).

Desai, M. 2007. State Formation and Radical Democracy in India, 1860-1990. [Studies in Asia's Transformations Series]. London and New York: Routledge. 

Aassve, A., Davia, M., Iacovou, M. and Mazzucco, S. (2007). “Does leaving home make you poor? Evidence from 13 European countries” European Journal of Population 23(3-4) pp315-338.

Miley, J., “Against the Thesis of the Civic Nation: The Case of Catalonia in Contemporary Spain,” Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, Vol. 13, No. 1, 2007: 1-37. 

Hamnett, C., Ramsden, M. and Butler, T. (2007) Social background, ethnicity and educational attainment in East London, Urban Studies, 44(7): 1255-1280. 

Butler, T., Hamnett, C., Webber, R., and Ramsden, M. (2007) The best, the worst and the average: secondary school choice and education performance in East London, Journal of Education Policy, 22(1): 7-29. 

Bennett, R. J., and Ramsden, M. (2007) The contributions of business associations to SMEs: strategy, bundling or reassurance? International Small Business Journal, 25(1): 49-76. 

Scheiring, Gabor (2007): Barbarians at the Open Gates: Public Sociology and the Late Modern Turn, The American Sociologist 38(3): 294-308. 

Silva, F.C., 2007. G.H. Mead. A Critical Introduction. Cambridge: Polity Press. 

2006

A. Azarova  ‘Formal Institutions and Informal Politics in Russia’. In Gerd Meyer (ed.) (2006) Formal Institutions and Informal Politics in Central and Eastern Europe. Barbara Budrich Publishers, Oplagen and Farmington Hills.

Azarova, A., 2006. ‘Formal Institutions and Informal Politics in Russia’. In Gerd Meyer (ed.) Formal Institutions and Informal Politics in Central and Eastern Europe. Barbara Budrich Publishers, Oplagen and Farmington Hills. 

Boda, Zs and G Scheiring. 2006. “Privatisation of Water in the Context of Transition”, pp. 95-101 in Daniel Chávez (ed.): Public Services Yearbook. Amsterdam, Montevideo: Transnational Institute.

Nardi, Henrique Caetano; Yates, Denise Balem; Fernandes, Janice; CARPENEDO Manoela; (2006). Subjetividade e solidariedade: a diversidade das formas de implicação dos jovens na economia solidária. Psicologia: Reflexão e Crítica v. 19, p. 320-328. 

Franklin, S., 20006. Born and Made: an ethnography of preimplantation genetic diagnosis Princeton University Press, with Celia Roberts.

Franklin, S., 2006. Off-Centre: feminism and cultural studies, Second Edition, Routledge, with J. Stacey and C. Lury.

Aassve, A., Iacovou, M. and Mencarini, L. (2006). “Youth poverty and transition to adulthood in Europe”. Demographic Research 15, article 2, pp21-50.

Ingham, G. (2006). ‘Further reflections on the ontology of money’, Economy and Society, 35(1): 259-278.

King, L. “The State Led Transition to Liberal Capitalism: Neoliberal, Organizational, World Systems, and Social Structural Explanations of Poland’s Economic Success” (with Aleksandra Sznajder) American Journal of Sociology November. 2006. Vol. 12, No.3: 751-801.

Remaking Israeli Judaism: the challenge of Shas, London, Hurst and Company, New York OUP, 2006 

Castells, M., Fernandez-Ardevol, M., Linchuan Qiu, J., Sey, A. (2006) Mobile Communication and Society: A Global Perspective. MIT Press: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Miley, J., Nacionalismo y política lingüística: El caso de Cataluña (Madrid: Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales, 2006). 

Watson, P. Unequalising Citizenship: The Politics of Poland’s Health Care Change, Sociology, 40, 6, pp.1079-1096, 2006. 

Watson, P. Stress and Social Change in Poland, Health and Place, 12, pp. 372-382, 2006. 

Drew, Paul, Geoffrey Raymond, and Darin Weinberg, eds.. 2006. Talk and interaction in social research methods. London: Sage 

2005

Baert, P. (2005) Philosophy of the Social Sciences: Towards Pragmatism. Cambridge: Polity Press. (Translations into Complex Character Chinese: 2011 社會科學哲學:邁向實用主義 Socio Publishing Co. Ltd; Turkish: 2010 Sosyal Bilimler Felsefesi. Küre Yayinlari.)

Desai, M. 2005. "Indirect British Rule, State Formation and Welfare in Kerala, India, 1860-1960," Social Science History, Vol. 29:3, 2005. 

E. Bar-El, translation (from English): Terry Eagleton, The Meaning of Life (Oxford, 2005) 

Ingham, G. (2005) ‘Money’ in J. Beckert and M. Zafiroski (eds) International Encyclopedia of Economic Sociology, London: Routledge.

Ingham, G. (2005). Money: Interdisciplinary Perspectives from Economics, Sociology and Political Science, Cheltenham: Elgar.

King, L. “Postcommunist Economic Systems” (with Iván Szelényi) in Neil Smelser and Richard Swedberg (eds) Handbook of Economic Sociology (second edition). Princeton: Princeton University Press. 2005. Pp. 206-232. 

M. Mann (2005) Incoherent Empire (2nd ed). London/New York: Verso Books, 256pp. Translated into German, French, Japanese, Italian, Spanish and Korean.

M. Mann (2005) The Dark Side of Democracy: Explaining Ethnic Cleansing. Cambridge University Press, 580 pp.

Miller, Jessica K. (2005). Book Review: Organizational Behaviour and Work: A Critical Introduction, Work Employment Society 19: 195 2nd ed.

Ramsden, M., and Bennett, R. J. (2005) The Benefits of External Support to SMEs: ‘Hard’ Versus ‘Soft’ Outcomes and Satisfaction Levels, Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 12(2): 227-243. 

Blood and Oil: Inside the Shah’s Iran (1997, 2005) co-author (Random House; Prion Publishing [London]; Modern Library 1998); reissued by Random House, 2005 with new introduction (4th printing)

Soldier-Artist: Louis Emile Dehousset’s visual chronicle of Qajar Iran (2005), Journal of International Qajar Studies, Vol. 6, July.

Slany K., Kowalska B., & Smietana M., eds. (2005) Homoseksualizm: Perspektywa interdyscyplinarna. Kraków: Nomos.

Thompson, J. B. 'The New Visibility', Theory, Culture and Society, vol. 22, no. 6 (2005), pp. 31-51. Translated into French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Chinese

Weinberg, Darin. 2005. Of Others Inside: Insanity, Addiction, and Belonging in America. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, Winner of the 2011 Melvin Pollner Prize awarded by the American Sociological Association’s Section on Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis. Finalist for: The Phillip Abrams Memorial Prize, British Sociological Association; and The Sociology of Health and Illness Book Prize, British Sociological Association. Reviewed in: Addiction; American Ethnologist; Canadian Journal of Sociology; Contemporary Sociology; Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law; Sociology of Health & Illness, Symbolic Interaction.

2004

Bagnoli, A. (2004) Researching Identities with Multi-method Autobiographies, Sociological Research Online, 9(2) 

Berthoud, R. and Iacovou, M. (2004). Social Europe: Living Standards and Welfare States. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Iacovou, M. (2004). “Patterns of family living” in Social Europe: Living Standards and Welfare States, eds. Iacovou, M. and Berthoud, R., Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Iacovou, M., Spiess, C.K. and Uunk, W. (2004) “Family effects on the extent of employment and employment changes” in Social Europe: Living Standards and Welfare States, eds. Iacovou, M. and Berthoud, R. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing (2004).

Ingham, G. (2004). The development of capitalist credit money. In L. Randall Wray (ed.) Credit and State Theories of Money, Cheltenham: Elgar

Ingham, G. (2004). The Nature of Money, Cambridge: Polity

The Information Age trilogy:

  1. Castells, Manuel (1996). The Rise of the Network Society, The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture Vol. I. Cambridge, MA; Oxford, UK: Blackwell. ISBN 978-0-631-22140-1.
  2. Castells, Manuel (1997). The Power of Identity, The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture Vol. II. Cambridge, MA; Oxford, UK: Blackwell. ISBN 978-1-4051-0713-6.
  3. Castells, Manuel (1998). End of Millennium, The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture Vol. III. Cambridge, MA; Oxford, UK: Blackwell. ISBN 978-0-631-22139-5.

M. Mann (2004) Fascists. Cambridge University Press, 429pp. Translated into Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and German.

Miller, J.K. (2004): Fat Profits, Thin Ideals. Consumer Policy Review (Which)

BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour: The Morality of Fat (2004)

Mottier, V. Co-edited special edition. Numéro spécial de Nouvelles Questions Féministes (2004).

Ramsden, M., Bennett, R. J., and Fuller, C. (2004), ‘The Learning and Skills Council and the Institutional Infrastructure for Post-16 Education and Training: An Initial Assessment’, Journal of Education and Work, 17(4): 397-420. 

Scott, J. 2004 “Family, Gender and Educational Attainment in Britain: A Longitudinal Study” Journal of Comparative Family Studies, vol 35:4, 565-89. 

Therborn, G., Between Sex and Power. Family in the World 1900-2000, (2004), London, Routledge (Brazilian translation)

Watson, P. Rethinking Transition: Globalism, Gender and Class, in J.W. Scott and D. Keates (eds) Going Public: Feminism and the Shifting Boundaries of the Private Sphere, Champaign and Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2004 (reprint of 2000 IFJP paper). 

2003

Franklin, S. 2003. Remaking Life and Death: toward an anthropology of the biosciences SAR Press, ed. with Margaret Lock.

Berthoud, R. And Iacovou, M. (2003) “Employment and poverty among young people: a European perspective” Representing Children 15(4), pp258-270.

Miller, J.K. (2003) The Troubled Body: Child Obesity. Memo to Select Committee Westminster Forum on Diet and Obesity. www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/dietandhealthforum/publications.aspx

Miller, J.K. (2003). Older Workers and the Pension Crisis. Management Today, Professional Manager (Chartered Management Institute).

Irish Radio Talk 106 ‘Body Image and Psychology’ (2003)

2002

Burchell, B.J., Ladipo D. and Wilkinson, F. (Eds) 2002.  Job Insecurity and Work Intensification. London: Routledge pp i-xi & p1-227.

Iacovou, M. (2002). “Regional variations in the transition to adulthood” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 580 pp40-69

Iacovou, M. (2002). “Sharing and caring: older Europeans’ living arrangements” Journal of Applied Social Science Studies 122 pp111-142.

Iacovou, M. (2002). “Class size in the early years: is smaller really better?” Education Economics 10(3) pp261-287.

Ingham, G. (2002). ‘New Monetary Spaces?’/ ‘De Nouveaux Espaces Monetaires?’. In OECD, The Future of Money/L’Avenir de la Monnaie. Paris:OECD

King, L. “The State, International Agencies, and Property Transformation in Post-Communist Hungary,” American Journal of Sociology (with Eric Hanley and Janós István Tóth.) 2002, 108: 1 (July): 168-206. 

Ramsden, M. Bennett, R. J. and Fuller, C. (2002) ‘The End of TECs: A challenge for Partners and Successor Bodies to Maintain Discretionary Activity’, Policy Studies, 23(3/4): 231-246.

The Media and the War on Terrorism: Where Does the Truth Lie?, Cambridge Review of International Studies, April 2002, 159-164.

Weinberg, Darin. 2002. “On the Embodiment of Addiction.” Body & Society. 8(4): 1-19 

Weinberg, Darin, ed.. 2002. Qualitative Research Methods. Malden, MA: Blackwell Journal 

2001

Franklin, S., 2001. Relative Values: reconfiguring kinship study Duke University Press, ed. With Susan McKinnon.

The Internet Galaxy, Reflections on the Internet, Business and Society. Oxford, Oxford University Press (2001)

Manstead, A.S.R. and Fischer, A.H. (2001), “Social appraisal: The social world as object of and influence on appraisal processes”, in K.R. Scherer, A. Schorr and T. Johnstone (eds), Appraisal Processes in Emotion: Theory, Research, Application, pp. 221-232, New York: Oxford University Press.

2000

A. Azarova, Property Ownership in the Sakha Republic: Particularities of Privatisation and State Property Management (2000) (in Russian). Novosibirsk: Nauka.

Azarova, A., 2000. Property Ownership in the Sakha Republic: Particularities of Privatization and State Property Management (in Russian). Novosibirsk: Nauka.

Franklin, S., 2000. Global Nature, Global Culture Sage, with C. Lury and J. Stacey.

Genre et politique (Gallimard, 2000).

Quie, M. “Postmodernist Theories and the Question of Time” in Baert, P. (ed) Time in Contemporary Intellectual Thought (2000)

Thompson, J. B. Political Scandal: Power and Visibility in the Media Age (Cambridge: Polity, 2000). Winner of the European Amalfi Prize for Sociology and Social Science for 2001. Translated into Italian, Spanish, Danish, Portuguese, Greek and Polish. 

Weinberg, Darin. 2000. “‘Out There’: The Ecology of Addiction in Drug Abuse Treatment Discourse.” Social Problems. 47(4): 606-21 

1998

C. Lane and R. Bachmann eds., Trust within and Between Organizations. OUP 1998

Fundamentalism and Globalism’, Third World Quarterly, (1998) Vol. 19, No. 1, pp.607-634 (with Batia Siebzehner)

Scott, J. 1998 “Generational Changes in Attitudes to Abortion: A Cross-National Comparison”. European Sociological Review, vol 14,2:1-14. 

1997

Blackburn, R. 'The Reproduction of Social Inequality’, Sociology, Vol. 31, No. 3, 1997. (with K. Prandy)

Weinberg, Darin. 1997. “Lindesmith on Addiction: A Critical History of a Classic Theory.” Sociological Theory. 15(2):150-61

1996

Struggle for the Spirit: Religious Transformation and Popular Culture in Brazil and Latin America, Oxford, Polity Press, (U.S. edition, Blackwell International, 1996 (with Batia Siebzehner) 

Scott, J., D Alwin and M Braun. 1996 "Generations and Changing Sex-Role Attitudes: Britain in a Cross-National Perspective" Sociology, vol 30: 471-492. 

1995

Blackburn, R. Gender Inequality in the Labour Market: Occupational Concentration and Segregation, International Labour Organisation, 1995. (with J Siltanen and J Jarman) 

Therborn, G., European Modernity and Beyond. The Trajectory of European Societies 1945-2000, (1995), London, Sage. (Belarussian, German, Frencg, Italian, Polish,Swedish, and Spanish editions)

Thompson, J. B. The Media and Modernity: A Social Theory of the Media (Cambridge: Polity; Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1995). Translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Danish, Swedish, Greek, Turkish, Polish, Romanian, Czech, Korean, Chinese and Japanese. 

Watson, P. Explaining Rising Mortality Among Men in Eastern Europe, Social Science and Medicine, 41, 7, pp. 923-934, 1995. 

1993

Blackburn, R. 'Changing Inequalities in Access to British Universities', Oxford Review of Education, Vol. 19. No. 2, 1993. (with J. Jarman) 

M. Mann (1993) The Sources of Social Power, Vol II: The Rise of Classes and Nation-States, 1760 -1914. Cambridge University Press, 830 pages. Translated into German, Spanish, Greek, Japanese and Chinese.

Buck, N and J. Scott 1993 "She's Leaving Home, But Why? An Analysis of Young People Leaving the Parental Home" in Journal of Marriage and the Family, 55: 863-74. 

Watson, P. The Rise of Masculinism in Eastern Europe, New Left Review, 198, pp. 71-82, 1993. 

Watson, P. Eastern Europe's Silent Revolution: Gender, Sociology, 27, 3, pp. 471-487, 1993. 

1992

L. Wacquant and P. Bourdieu (1992) An Invitation to Reflexive Sociology. Polity and University of Chicago Press

Watson, P. The Ontology of Socialism: Jadwiga Staniszkis, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992 . 

1991

Watson, P. Social Control and the Law in Poland, Oxford: Berg, 1991. 

1990

Democracy and Development in Latin America: Economics, politics and religion in the postwar period, Cambridge, Polity Press, (U.S. edition: Temple University Press.), 1990. 

Thompson, J. B. Ideology and Modern Culture: Critical Social Theory in the Era of Mass Communication (Cambridge: Polity; Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1990). Translated into Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese.

1989

Schuman, H. and J. Scott 1989 "Generations and Collective Memories." American Sociological Review, vol 54, 359 381

1987

Watson, P. Crisis and Transition: Polish Society in the 1980s, Oxford: Berg, 1987.

1986

M. Mann (1986) The Sources of Social Power, Vol I: A History of Power from the Beginning to 1760 A.D. New York: Cambridge University Press, 540pp. Translated into German, Spanish, Greek, Japanese, Chinese and Korean

1984

Ingham, G. (1984). Capitalism Divided? The City and Industry in British Social Development. London: Macmillan / New York: Schocken

Thompson, J. B. Studies in the Theory of Ideology (Cambridge: Polity; Berkeley: University of California Press, 1984). 

1981

Thompson, J. B. Critical Hermeneutics: A Study in the Thought of Paul Ricoeur and Jürgen Habermas (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1981). Translated into Japanese and Estonian. 

1980

Blackburn, R. Social Stratification and Occupations , Macmillan, 1980. (with A Stewart and K Prandy) 

1979

Backburn, R. The Working Class in the Labour Market , Macmillan, 1979, 1987. (with M Mann) 

1978

'The Political Economy of Armageddon', Journal of Development Economics, (1978) Vol. 5, pp. 107-123

1974

"Land reform in Chile: an essay in contradictions", in David Lehmann (ed.) Agrarian Reform and Agrarian reformism, 1974 (published in Italian in Problemi del Socialismo). 

1972

Blackburn, R. Perceptions of Work: Variations within a Factory, Cambridge University Press, 1972, 2010. (with H. Beynon).

1967

Blackburn, R. Union Character and Social Class, Batsford, 1967.