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Akrivos, D. (2019) A televised social problem construction? pushing back against the invisibility of the male rape victim in American crime. In: Akrivos, D. and Antoniou, A., eds. Crime, Deviance and Popular Culture: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9783030049119

Antoniou, A. and Akrivos, D. (2016) Hulk Hogan and the demise of Gawker Media: wrestling with problems of celebrity voyeurism, newsworthiness and tabloidisation. Journal of Media Law, 8 (2). pp. 153-172.

Antoniou, A. and Akrivos, D. (2017) Indecent images and defamatory meaning in late modern societies: taking ordinary, reasonable readers outside their ivory tower. Journal of Media Law. pp. 1-18.


Ball, M. and Scherer, B. (2011) Introduction: queering paradigms: interrogating agendas. In: Scherer, B. and Ball, M., eds. Queering Paradigms II: Interrogating Agendas. Queering Paradigms (2). Oxford: Peter Lang. pp. 1-10 ISBN 9783034302951

Bates, D. (2011) Immaterial labour and the retreat from class: some reflections on Hardt and Negri. Studies in Marxism, 12. pp. 51-78. ISSN 1358-6823.

Bates, D. (2018) 'Reading Marx, or the uses and abuses of Marx'. In: Second World Congress on Marxism, 5-6 May 2018, Peking University.

Bates, D., Ogilvie, M. and Pole, E. (2016) Occupy: in theory and practice. Critical Discourse Studies, 13 (3). pp. 341-355. ISSN 1740-5904.

Beckford, R. and Bean, T. (2017) Jamaican bible remix. [Audio]

Beighton, C. (2016) Groundhog day? Nietzsche, Deleuze and the eternal return of prosumption in lifelong learning. Journal of Consumer Culture. pp. 1-18. ISSN 1469-5405.

Blackman, S. J. (2000) ‘Decanonised knowledge’ and the radical project: towards an understanding of cultural studies in British universities. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 8 (1). pp. 43-67. ISSN 1468-1366.

Blackman, S. J. (1997) 'Destructing a giro': a critical and ethnographic study of the youth 'underclass'. In: MacDonald, R., ed. Youth, the 'Underclass' and Social Exclusion. London: Routledge. pp. 113-129 ISBN 9780415158299

Blackman, S. J. (1998) Developing a framework of substance misuse prevention in the South West Thames region. Report. London, UK: Wandsworth Health Authority.

Blackman, S. J. (1998) Disposable generation? An ethnographic study of youth homelessness in Kent. Youth and Policy, 59. pp. 38-56. ISSN 0262-9798.

Blackman, S. J. (2016) Emotional imagination in ethnography: towards a theoretical understanding of reflexive sociological fieldwork with young people. In: Research Seminary Workshop, 18th April, 2016, SFI - The Danish National Centre for Social Research, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Blackman, S. J. (2008) Ethnographic studies and the issue of speaking for disenfranchised young people? In: Research Seminar (Departmental Seminar Series), November 2008, Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield.

Blackman, S. J. (1996) Illicit drugs: endemic not epidemic. Images: YMCA Journal of Reflective Practice, 2 (1). pp. 3-4.

Blackman, S. J. (1996) In yer face: the return of the anti-drug approach. Images: YMCA Journal of Reflective Practice, 12 (1). pp. 12-13.

Blackman, S. J. (1997) On the condition of the homeless and young in Swale. Report. Kent, UK: Medway and Swale Social Services.

Blackman, S. J. (1998) 'Poxy Cupid': an ethnographic and feminist account of a resistant female youth culture - the New Wave Girls. In: Skelton, T. and Valentine, G., eds. Cool Places: Geographies of youth cultures. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415149211

Blackman, S. J. (2014) Subculture. In: Heith, J., Copes, C. and Forsyth, J., eds. Encyclopedia of Social Deviance. Thousand Oaks, CA.: SAGE. pp. 707-711 ISBN 9781452240336

Blackman, S. J. (1997) 'Trying all the options' or 'Ageny hoppers': Two views of the young homeless story. Images: YMCA Journal of Reflective Practice, 3 (2). pp. 6-9.

Blackman, S. J. (1997) Vulnerable homeless families in Rochester upon Medway. Report. Rochester, Kent, UK: Rochester City Council.

Blackman, S. J. (1998) Youth homelessness and exclusion. Youth and Policy, 59. p. 111. ISSN 0262-9798.

Blackman, S. J. (1998) Youth homelessness and social exclusion (editorial introduction). Youth and Policy, 59. pp. 1-7. ISSN 0262-9798.

Blackman, S. J. (2016) The emotional imagination: exploring critical ventriloquy and emotional edgework in reflexive sociological ethnography with young people. In: Blackman, S. J. and Kempson, M., eds. The Subcultural Imagination: Theory, Research and Reflexivity in Contemporary Youth Cultures. London: Routledge. ISBN 9781138844032

Blackman, S. J. (2010) ‘The ethnographic mosaic’ of the Chicago School: critically locating Vivien Palmer, Clifford Shaw and Frederic Thrasher’s research methods in contemporary reflexive sociological interpretation. In: Hart, C., ed. Legacy of the Chicago School: a Collection of Essays in Honour of the Chicago School of Sociology During the First Half of the 20th Century. Kingswinford: Midrash Publishing. ISBN 9781905984145

Blackman, S. J., Benn, C. and Chitty, C. (1997) Rethinking education and democracy: a socialist alternative for the twenty first century. UK: Tufnell Press.

Blackman, S. J. and Kempson, M., eds. (2016) The subcultural imagination: theory, research and reflexivity in contemporary youth cultures. London: Routledge. ISBN 9781138844032.

Blackman, S. J. and Parsons, C. (1998) Directory for professionals working with young people. Report. Kent, UK: Medway and Swale Social Services.

Blackman, S. J. and Rodgers, R., Blackman, S. and Rogers, R., eds. (2017) Youth marginality in Britain: contemporary studies of austerity. 1st ed. Bristol: Policy Press. ISBN 978-1-4473-3052-3.

Brighton, J. (2018) Disability, spinal cord injury, and strength and conditioning: sociological considerations. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 40 (6). pp. 29-39. ISSN 1524-1602.

Brighton, J. and Williams, T. (2018) Using interviews to explore experiences of disability in sport and physical activity. In: Medcalf, Richard and Mackintosh, Chris, eds. Researching Difference in Sport and Physical Activity. Routledge. ISBN 9781138289963

Bristow, J. (2017) After Grenfell: more health and safety? spiked.

Bristow, J. (2016) Baby Boomers and the discourse of parental irresponsibility. In: Parenting and Personhood: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Expertise, Family Life and Risk Management, 23rd-24th June 2016, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK.

Bristow, J. (2015) Baby boomers and generational conflict. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137454720.

Bristow, J. (2015) Blaming the Baby Boomers does today’s young people no favours. The Conversation.

Bristow, J. (2018) Buying off young people. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2017) Constructing the 'perfect pregnancy' today. In: Policing Pregnancy: Who Should Be a Mother?, 18th May, 2017, Canterbury Christ Church University. (Unpublished)

Bristow, J. (2016) Don’t tell young people how to talk to gran. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2018) Don’t turn Britain’s schools into mental health centres. Discursive of Tunbridge Wells.

Bristow, J. (2014) 'Edge of Eternity': before freedom was feared. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2018) Everyone’s a loser in today’s fabricated generation wars. City AM.

Bristow, J. (2017) From Brexit to the pensions crisis, how did the Baby Boomers get the blame for everything? LSE British Politics and Policy.

Bristow, J. (2016) Generations and the intimate politics of reproduction. In: Gender Research Seminar 2016, 17th-18th May, 2016, University of Ghent, Belgium.

Bristow, J. (2017) Is it time to resist calls for more mental health interventions in education. In: ResearchEd, 9th September, 2017, Stratford, London. (Unpublished)

Bristow, J. (2015) Looking back, thinking forward. Conscience, 36 (1). pp. 26-28. ISSN 0740-6835.

Bristow, J. (2015) Parents! Make the right kind of friends – or else. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2016) Policing pregnancy is bad for babies. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2017) Policing pregnancy: the new attack on women's autonomy. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2017) Pregnant women don’t need a blanket ban on drinking. They need the facts. Guardian.

Bristow, J. (2016) Remain voters, quit the granny-bashing. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2015) Suffragettes: women in public. In: The Academy 2015, 20th July, 2015, St Neot's, Cambridgeshire.

Bristow, J. (2016) Theresa May, forget social justice – give us politics. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2018) This strike reminds us what universities are for. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2018) Time for a truce in the 'generation wars'. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2016) Understanding Trump voters. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2017) Universities and the construction of a new generation gap. In: Fourth Cambridge Symposium on Knowledge in Education, 4th-6th July, 2017, Jesus College, Cambridge, UK.

Bristow, J. (2016) What is a citizen? spiked.

Bristow, J. (2017) What should schools teach? spiked.

Bristow, J. (2016) What we lose when Baby Boomers die. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2017) Why are today's students so fragile? In: Heads of University Counselling Services meeting, 9th June, 2017, Cardiff University. (Unpublished)

Bristow, J. (2019) The futility of generation wars. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2016) The generation wars. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2019) The graduate generation: how students navigate the contradictions of higher education. In: Faculty workshop presentation to the Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences., 5 June 2019.

Bristow, J. (2016) The making of ‘Boomergeddon’: The construction of the Baby Boomer generation as a social problem in Britain. British Journal of Sociology. ISSN 1468-4446.

Bristow, J. (2017) The manipulative flattery of the youth vote is demeaning to young people and bad for politics. LSE British Politics and Policy.

Bristow, J. (2017) The promotion of 'generational equity' is a divisive pursuit. European Financial Review.

Bristow, J. (2016) The sociology of generations: new directions and challenges. Palgrave Pivot. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137601353.

Bristow, J. (2019) The toddlers have taken over. spiked.

Bristow, J., Cant, S. and Chatterjee, A. (2019) Are students these days more fragile? In: Talk for the Salomons Institute for Applied Psychology public lecture series, 11 July 2019, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Bristow, J., Cant, S. and Chatterjee, A. (2019) Knowledge, scholarship, and the ‘schoolification’ of the University. In: Fifth Cambridge Symposium on Knowledge in Education, 2nd July 2019, Jesus College, Cambridge.

Bristow, J., Cant, S. and Chatterjee, A. (2018) Who cares about the university? In: Presentation to CCCU's public lecture programme 'Engaging Sociology', 21 November 2018.

Bristow, J., Cant, S. and Chatterjee, A. (2019) The graduate generation: how students navigate the contradictions of higher education. In: Dissemination workshop, 17 May 2019, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Bristow, J. and Lee, E. (2016) Rules about how to behave in pregnancy diminish women’s freedom. The Conversation.

Brown, H. (2010) Foreword. In: McCarthy, M. and Thompson, D., eds. Sexuality and Learning Disability: A Handbook. Brighton: Pavilion. ISBN 9781841962863

Butler, A.H., Alpaslan, N., Strumpher, J. and Astbury, G. (2003) Gay and lesbian youth experiences of homophobia in South African secondary education. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Issues in Education, 1 (2). pp. 3-28. ISSN 1541-0889.

Butler, A.H. and Astbury, G. (2005) The caring child: an evaluative case study of the Cornwall Young Carers project. Children & Society, 19 (4). pp. 292-303. ISSN 0951-0605.


Calnan, M. and Cant, S. (2007) Principles and practice: the case of private health insurance. In: Burrows, R. and Marsh, C., eds. Consumption and Class: Divisions and Change. Explorations in Sociology. British Sociological Association Conference Volume Series. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780333565360

Calnan, M. and Cant, S. (1990) The social organisation of food consumption: A comparison of middle class and working class households. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 10 (2). pp. 53-79. ISSN 0144-333X.

Cant, S. (2017) Hysteresis, social congestion and debt: towards a sociology of mental health disorders in undergraduates. Social Theory & Health. pp. 1-15. ISSN 1477-8211.

Cant, S. (2004) Medical pluralism. In: Gabe, J., Bury, M. and Elston, M., eds. Key Concepts in Medical Sociology. Sage Key Concepts series. London: Sage Publications Ltd. pp. 183-187 ISBN 9780761974420

Cant, S. and Calnan, M. (1991) On the margins of the medical marketplace? An exploratory study of alternative practitioners' perceptions. Sociology of Health and Illness, 13 (1). pp. 39-57. ISSN 0141-9889.

Cant, S. and Calnan, M. (1992) Using private health insurance. A study of lay decisions to seek professional medical help. Sociology of Health and Illness, 14 (1). pp. 39-56. ISSN 0141-9889.

Cant, S., Savage, M. and Chatterjee, A. (2019) Popular but peripheral: the ambivalent status of sociology education in schools in England. Sociology. ISSN 0038-0385.

Cant, S. and Sharma, U. (1998) Reflexivity, ethnography and the professions (complementary medicine). Watching you, watching me, watching you (and writing about both of us). The Sociological Review, 46 (2). pp. 244-263. ISSN 0038-0261.

Cant, S. and Sharma, U. (1995) The reluctant profession: homoeopathy and the search for legitimacy. Work, Employment and Society, 9 (4). pp. 743-762. ISSN 0950-0170.

Cant, S. and Watts, P. (2018) Hidden in plain sight: exploring men’s use of complementary and alternative medicine. The Journal of Men's Studies. pp. 1-21. ISSN ‎1060-8265.

Carter, J. (2012) Living apart together: towards a multi-dimensional understanding. In: British Sociological Association Conference 2012: Sociology in an Age of Austerity, 11th-13th April, 2012, University of Leeds.

Carter, J. and Duncan, S. (2017) Reinventing couples: tradition, agency and bricolage. Palgrave Macmillam. ISBN 9781137589606.

Carter, J., Duncan, S., Stoilova, M. and Phillips, M. (2015) Sex, love and security: accounts of distance and commitment in LAT relationships. Sociology. ISSN 0038-0385.

Chatziefstathiou, D. and Henry, I. (2015) Governmentality and the Olympic Movement. In: Zaimakis, Y. and Fournaraki, E., eds. [Κοινωνία και Αθλητισμός στην Ελλάδα. Κοινωνιολογικές και Ιστορικές Προσεγγίσεις [Society and Sport in Greece: Sociological and Historical Approaches]. Athens, Greece: Alexandreia. ISBN 9789602216316

Chatziefstathiou, D., Sachinis, G. and Ananiadis, C. (2018) Dourgouti Island Hotel Project: an urban dig project. Universal Journal of Management, 6 (3). pp. 91-97. ISSN 2331-950X.

Cooke, A. (2018) Diagnostic cultures: a cultural approach to the pathologisation of modern life. European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling, 20 (1). pp. 124-127. ISSN 1364-2537.

Corbett, K. (1999) Colonising 'souls': a subtle mission. Continuum, 5 (5). pp. 22-25. ISSN 1461-1597.

Corbett, K. (2001) Contesting AIDS/HIV: the lay reception of biomedical knowledge. Ph.D. thesis, London South Bank University.

Corbett, K. (1999) Health care professionals and public doubt over the value of medical biotechnolongy. Continuum, 5 (6). pp. 5-6. ISSN 1461-1597.

Corbett, K. (2007) ‘You’ve got it, you may have it, you haven’t got it’: the unintended consequences of HIV testing. In: Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Study of Science, 10th-13th October, 2007, Montreal, Canada. (Unpublished)

Corbett, K. (1998) Beyond 'self-help': developing a social movement to defeat a medical orthodoxy and dismantle 'AIDS'. Continuum, 5 (3). pp. 22-25. ISSN 1461-1597.


Day, J. (2016) Physical activity careers and oral histories of family membership: a synthesised approach to understanding physical activity and well-being in family contexts. In: World Congress for the International Sociology of Sport Association, 8th-12th June, 2016, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest.

Day, J. (2014) Research issues in the sociology of physical activity, health and wellbeing in the context of ‘families’. In: Psychology, Sociology and Politics Conference for PhD Students and Early Career Researchers, 26th June, 2014, Sheffield Hallam University. (Unpublished)

Day, J. (2016) The social becoming of family memberships and physical activity careers. In: 5th International Conference for Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise, 30th August-2nd September, 2016, University of Chichester.

Duncan, S., Phillips, M., Roseneil, S., Carter, J. and Stoilova, M. (2013) Living Apart Together: uncoupling intimacy and co-residency. Other. Birkbeck, University of London.


Fonchingong Che, C. (2016) Legitimating social inequality: political elites, ethnic peddling and dislocated constituencies. European Scientific Journal, 12 (26). pp. 164-184. ISSN 1857–7881.

Franz, A., Worrell, M., Gilvarry, C. and Vogele, C. (2009) The potential of including the UK in comparisons with other European countries in research on teenage pregnancy. Critical Social Policy, 29 (3). pp. 548-559. ISSN 0261-0183.


Galati, M., Sama, A. and Vergani, E., eds. (2010) E io ci sto. Politiche e pratiche per l’integrazione dei giovani migranti di seconda generazione. Rome: Communita Edizioni. ISBN 9788895361062.

Glaser, E. (2013) Get real: how to see through the hype, spin and lies of modern life. London: Fourth Estate. ISBN 9780007416820.

Greenfields, M. and Smith, D. (2010) Travellers, housing and the (re)construction of communities. In: Holt, L., ed. Geographies of Children, Youth and Families: An International Perspective. Oxford: Routledge. pp. 95-107 ISBN 9780415563840

Gubby, L. and Hornsey, R. (2019) 'Fat' bodies: where do they stand? In: 3rd Annual Learning and Teaching Conference and Scholarship Day (Faculty of Education), 7th February 2019, Canterbury Christ Church University.


Hardes, J. (2013) Biopolitics and the enemy: law, rights and proper subjects. In: Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities, London.

Hardes, J. (2014) Biopolitics and the enemy: on law, rights and proper subjects. Law, Culture and the Humanities. pp. 1-21. ISSN 1743-8721.

Hardes, J. (2008) Deconstructing human rights in sport. In: North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Denver, CO.

Hardes, J. (2016) Duelling, prize fighting and boxing: science and technology in a shifting biopolitical terrain. In: 4S/EASST, Barcelona, Spain.

Hardes, J. (2013) Fear, sovereignty and the right to die. Societies, 3. pp. 66-79. ISSN 2075-4698.

Hardes, J. (2019) Governing excess: boxing, biopolitics and the body. Theoretical Criminology. ISSN 1362-4806.

Hardes, J. (2017) Governing sporting brains: concussion, neuroscience, and the biopolitical regulation of sport. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy. ISSN 1751-1321.

Hardes, J. (2009) Human rights in sport. In: North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Ottawa, ON.

Hardes, J. (2016) Law, immunization and the right to die. London: Routledge. ISBN 9781138943209.

Hardes, J. (2015) Legal fictions, inviolability of persons and the governance of assisted dying. In: Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities, Georgetown Law School, Washington DC..

Hardes, J. (2007) More than merely “Me”?: “Identity Politics” and the Paradigmatic Assumptions of sport sociologists. In: North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Pittsburgh, PA.

Hardes, J. (2006) Power, ideology, and Olympism: reflections on British sport policy. In: Women in the Olympic Games Seminar, Bath, England.

Hardes, J. (2010) Rethinking the female sporting community with Hannah Arendt. In: North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, San Diego, CA.

Hardes, J. (2018) Women, 'madness' and exercise. Medical Humanities. ISSN 1468-215X.

Hardes, J. (2013) The biopolitics of assisted dying. In: Law and Society Association, Boston, MA.

Hardes, J. (2007) The coaching act: interview with Chris Volley. In: Denison, J., ed. Coaching Knowledges: Understanding the Dynamics of Sport Performance. London: A. & C. Black. ISBN 9780713681864

Hardes, J., McLane, P. and Pavlich, G. (2014) Personhood, legal judgment, and sovereignty at The Cape, 1793-1810. In: Arrigo, B. and Bersot, H., eds. The Routledge Handbook of International Crime and Justice Studies. Routledge. ISBN 9780415781787

Hogeveen, B. and Hardes, J. (2014) Constituting the fighter’s body: on being-with in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. In: Gilbert, K., ed. Fighting: Intellectualising Combat Sport. Champaign, Ill.: Commonground Publishing. ISBN 9781612294315

Holliday, A. (2009) Avoiding prejudice in dealing with cultural difference: a critical cosmopolitan approach. In: Ward, C., ed. Language Teaching in a Multilingual World: Challenges and Opportunities. Anthology Series (50). Singapore: SEAMEO Regional Language Centre. pp. 233-242 ISBN 9789971740993

Holliday, A. (2008) Avoiding prejudice in dealing with cultural difference: a critical cosmopolitan approach. In: Annual Regional English Language Center (RELC) International Seminar, Language Teaching in a Multilingual World: Challenges and Opportunities, 21-23 April 2008, Singapore.

Holliday, A. (2005) Disciplines for understanding: avoiding cultural chauvinism. In: SATEFL meeting, 19 February 2005, Stirling, Scotland.

Holliday, A. (2007) Diversity in language, culture and speakerhood in the context of globalization. In: The Korea Association of Teachers of English 2007 International Conference: Embracing Diversities and Pursuing Professional Integrity in TEFL, 6-7 Jul 2007, Anyang, South Korea.

Holliday, A. (2010) Universalities in cultural travel. In: 10th Annual Conference of the International Association of Languages and Intercultural Communication (IALIC), 'Travelling Languages: Culture, Communication and Translation in a Mobile World', 3-5 Dec 2010, Leeds.

Holliday, A. (2009) The cosmopolitan nature of culture and implications for creative autonomy in English language education. In: National Association for Foreign Language Education 15th Annual Conference, 25-27 Oct 2009, Beijing, China.

Holliday, A. (2007) A critical cosmopolitan approach to developing cultural awareness in an unequal world. In: SIETAR UK Autumn Conference 2007, 3 Nov 2007, London.

Holliday, A. (2009) A critical cosmopolitan picture of cultural reality and autonomy. In: International Symposium on Culture, Discourse and Language Teaching, 17-19 April 2009, Jinhua, China.

Holliday, A. (2007) The dangers of matrix thinking in international curriculum project design. In: Coleman, H., ed. Language and Development: Africa and Beyond, Proceedings of the 7th International Language and Development Conference. Addis Ababa: The British Council. pp. 130-137 ISBN 9789994481309

Holliday, A. (2004) The dangers of native-speakerism and cultural chauvinism in TESOL. In: Asia TEFL Conference: The Power of TEFL: Prospects and Challenges in Asia, Nov 2004, Seoul, South Korea.

Holliday, A. (2010) A narrative of unexpected cultural contribution. In: 3rd CICIN Conference, 'Internationalisation of the Curriculum for Global Citizenship: Policies, Practices and Pitfalls', 17-18 Jun 2010, Oxford.

Holliday, A. (2009) The ownership of English and the politics of international student culture. In: National Conference of University Professors: Languages and Internationalisation: Globalisation and the 21st Century University, 1 July 2009, London.


Jackson, C. (2014) A snapshot culture assessment undertaken for Kent and Medway Partnership NHS Trust. Project Report. Canterbury: CCCU. (Unpublished)

Jennie, B. (2016) Generational determinism and detachment in British social policy. In: British Sociological Association Conference, 5th-7th April, 2016, Aston University, Birmingham, UK.


Keil, S., Bates, D. and Ogilvie, M. (2015) Social protest, political change and democratisation in Ukraine. In: Price, S. and Sanz Sabido, R., eds. Contemporary Protest and the Legacy of Dissent. London: Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN 9781783481750

Kelly, S. and Chatziefstathiou, D. (2017) ‘Trust me I am a Football Agent’. The discursive practices of the players’ agents in (un)professional football. Sport in Society, 21 (5). pp. 800-814. ISSN 1743-0437.

Kemp, V. (2018) Cycles of racial violence: police brutality in the 1990s. M.A. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Kempson, M. and Blackman, S. J. (2016) Introducing the sociological and the subcultural imagination. In: Blackman, S. J. and Kempson, M., eds. The Subcultural Imagination: Theory, Research and Reflexivity in Contemporary Youth Cultures. Routledge. pp. 1-16 ISBN 9781138844032

Keval, H. (2018) 'Accessing all areas? interviewing and researching within and outside difference'. SAGE Research Methods Cases Part 2.

Keval, H. (2016) Health, ethnicity and diabetes: racialised constructions of 'risky' South Asian bodies. London: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137457028.

Keval, H. (2019) Race, gender and psychosis: ‘psycho-racial architectures of disordered sociality'. In: Brown, M. and Charles, M., eds. Women and the Psychosocial Construction of Madness. Rowman and Littlefield.. ISBN 9781498591942

Kostas, M. (2019) Discursive construction of hegemonic masculinity and emphasised femininity in the textbooks of primary education: children’s discursive agency and polysemy of the narratives. Gender and Education. pp. 1-30. ISSN 0954-0253.


Lawrence, J. and Saunders, T. (2018) Coming full circle - building a sustainable community of mothers. The Practising Midwife, 21 (3). pp. 35-38. ISSN 1461-3123.

Ledeneva, A., Bratu, R. and Köker, P. (2017) Corruption studies for the twenty-first century: paradigm shifts and innovative approaches. The Slavonic and East European Review (SEER), 95 (1). pp. 1-20. ISSN 0037-6795.

Ledeneva, A., Bratu, R. and Köker, P., eds. (2017) Innovations in corruption studies. Cambridge: Modern Humanities Research Association. ISBN 9781781886311.

Ledwidge, M. and Parmar, I. (2018) Clash of pans: pan-Africanism and pan-Anglo-Saxonism and the global colour line, 1919–1945. International Politics, 55 (6). pp. 765-781. ISSN 1384-5748.


Massey, K. (2015) Policing and mental health. In: Brunger, M., Tong, S. and Martin, D., eds. Introduction to policing research. Taking lessons from practice. 1 ed. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. pp. 57-70 ISBN 9780415750400

Maxted, J. (2018) Book review: the human atlas of Europe: a continent united in diversity. The Cartographic Journal, 55 (1). pp. 105-106. ISSN 0008-7041.

Meades, A. (2019) The American arcade sanitization crusade and the amusement arcade action group. In: Jørgensen, K. and Karlsen, F., eds. Transgression in Games and Play. MIT Press. ISBN 9780262038652

Murray, L. and Overall, S. (2017) Moving around children’s fiction: agentic and impossible mobilities. Mobilities. ISSN 1745-0101.


Noor, M., Brown, R. J. and Prentice, G. (2008) Prospects for intergroup reconciliation: social psychological predictors of intergroup forgiveness and reparation in Northern Ireland and Chile. In: Nadler, A., Malloy, T. and Fisher, J., eds. Social Psychology of Intergroup Reconciliation: From Violent Conflict to Peaceful Co-Existence. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 97-114 ISBN 9780195300314


O'Connor, S. J. (2012) Developing a social constructivist model of nursing’s pedagogic practice using Bernstein’s educational theories. In: Cook, V., Daly, C. and Newman, M., eds. Work-based Learning in Clinical Settings: Insights from Socio-Cultural Perspectives. London: Radcliffe Publishing. pp. 65-83 ISBN 9781846194955

O'Connor, S. J. (2016) The social construction of good and bad deaths in hospice settings: a multiple embedded case-study. Research Report. Canterbury: Canterbury Christ Church University. ISBN 9781909067608.

Odell, T. and Melville-Wiseman, J. (2018) When is it right to buy: an instrumental case study of 'out of area' rehousing for families in temporary accommodation and implications for social work. In: Joint Social Work Education and Research conference: Grand Challenges for Social Work, September 3 - 4 2018, Canterbury Christ Church University. (Unpublished)

Ogilvie, M. (2017) Private politics in the garden of England: an atypical case of anti-wind farm contention. Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest, 6 (2). ISSN 2572-7184.

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