Publications by BSA Bourdieu Study Group Members: Past and Present

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Abrahams, J. and Ingram N. (2013) ‘The Chameleon Habitus: Exploring local students’ negotiations multiple fields’ Sociological Review Online. 18(4)21. Available here

Cooper, L., 2013. Women and higher education: narratives of middle class, mother-daughter dyads. Gender and Education. Vol 25, No 5, p624-639 Available here

Flynn, N. (2013) “Linguistic capital and the linguistic field for teachers unaccustomed to linguistic difference”. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 34(2), 225 – 242 Available here

Flynn, N. (2013) “Encountering migration: English primary school teachers’ responses to Polish children”. Pedagogies: An International Journal, 8(4), 336 – 351 Available here

Fowler, B. (1997) Pierre Bourdieu’s Cultural Theory: Critical Investigations, Sage.ISBN 08039 7625 9. Available here

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Fowler, B. (ed.) (2000) Reading Bourdieu on Society and Culture, Sociological Review MonographsBlackwell [general introduction by Fowler, as well as introductions to each section].ISBN 0 631 22186 7 Available here

Fowler, B. (2003) Reading Pierre Bourdieu’s Masculine Domination, Cultural Studies, 2003 vol 17 (3-4)  pp. 468-494.ISSN 0950-2386

Fowler, B. (2004) Mapping the Obituary: Notes Towards a Bourdieusian Interpretation pp. 148-172 in L. Adkins and B. Skeggs, Feminism After Bourdieu, Oxford, Blackwell. ISBN 1-4-51 2395 8 Available here

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Fowler, B. (2006) Autonomy, Science and Art in Pierre Bourdieu, Theory, Culture and Society, Special Issue on Bourdieu, Vol 23, No. 6, November 2006 99-118  ISBN 0263- 2764 (200611) 23:6;1-4

Fowler, B (2007) The Obituary as Collective Memory, New York, Routledge Available here

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Fowler, B. (2008) Pierre Bourdieu und Norbert Elias uber symbolische und Physische Gewalt pp 75-102 Robert Schmidt und Volker Woltersdorff (Hg.), Symbolische Gewalt: Herrschaftsanalyse nach Pierre Bourdieu, UVK Verlagsgesellschaft mbH Konstanz, ISBN 978-3-86764-121-0

Fowler, B. (2009) Review of Terry Lovell, ed. (Mis)recognition, Social Inequality and Social Justice: Nancy Fraser and Pierre Bourdieu”, Theory, Culture & Society, Vol 26, Issue 1.

Fowler, B. (2011) Pierre Bourdieu: Unorthodox Marxist? Pp 33-57 in eds Simon Susen and Bryan Turner,The Legacy of Pierre Bourdieu, London: Anthem Press

Fowler, B. (2012) Pierre Bourdieu, 1960s British Drama and the Field of Cultural Studies, Theory, Culture and Society, May 2012, 29, 3, 3-24 Available here

Fowler, B. (2012)  Catherine Cookson, Pierre Bourdieu and the Division of the Literary Field, pp 67-84 in ed Julie Taddeo, Catherine Cookson Country: On the Borders of Legitimacy, Fiction and History, London, Ashgate. Available here 

Fowler, B. And Wilson, F.M. (2013) Women Architects and their Discontents, Architectural Theory Review, 17 (2-3) 199-215 (Second edition of  Fowler and Wilson, Women Architects and their Discontents, Sociology, Feb 2004, 38, 1, 101- 119) Available here 

Fowler, B. (2013) Simon Susen’s “Bourdieusian reflections on Language: Unavoidable conditions of the real Speech Situation: a Rejoinder, Social Epistemology; A Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Policy, 27, 3-4, 250-260 (Published online 20.11.2013) Available here 

Friedman, S. (2013,) “The Price of the Ticket: Rethinking the Experience of Social Mobility”Sociology, ONLINE FIRST. Available here

Friedman, S., Kuipers, G. (2013) ”The Divisive Power of Humour: Comedy Taste and Symbolic Boundaries”Cultural Sociology, 6 (2) Available here

Holman, D.,  (2013). ‘What help can you get talking to somebody?’ Explaining class differences in the use of talking treatments. Sociology of Health and IllnessOnline. 6 NOV 2013. Available here

Kerr, R. & Robinson, S. (2012) From symbolic violence to economic violence: the globalizing of the Scottish banking elite. Organization Studies, 33:247-266

Kerr, R. & Robinson, S. (2011) Leadership as an elite field: Scottish banking leaders and the crisis of 2007-2009. Leadership, 7/ 2: 153 – 175

Kerr, R. & Robinson, S. (2009) The hysteresis effect as creative adaptation of the habitus: dissent and transition to the ‘corporate’ in post-Soviet Ukraine. Organization, 16/6: 800-829.

McDonald R. (2009) Market reforms in English primary medical care: Medicine, habitus and the public sphere. Sociology of Health and Illness 31, 659-672.

McGovern P. (2013) Cross-sector partnerships with small voluntary organisations: some reflections from a case study of a self-help group Voluntary Sector Review, 4(2), July, DOI 10.1332/204080513X664650

McGovern P. (2013, forthcoming) Small voluntary organisations in Britain’s ‘Big Society’: a Bourdieusian approach Voluntas DOI 10.1007/s11266-013-9353-x

McGovern P. (2013) Small voluntary organisations and public funding regimes: research findings from a Bourdieusian, qualitative study CCSR News, Spring

McGovern P. (2013, forthcoming) What did you say: a deaf researcher reflects on participant observation in a small voluntary organisation SAGE Cases in Methodology

Papapolydorou, M. (2013). Direct, Indirect and Relational: Social class Manifestations in Teenage Students’ Accounts, Journal of Youth and Policy, no.111, pp.25-43 Available here 

Papapolydorou, M. (2013) ‘When you see a normal person…’: Social Class and Friendship Networks Among Teenage Students, British Journal of Sociology of Education Available here

Robbins, Derek (2013) ‘From Le savant et le politique (Weber, int. Aron, 1959) to Le savant et le populaire (Grignon & Passeron, 1989) from an English perspective’, Theoria and Praxis: International Journal of Interdiscliplinarity, 1(1), pp. 48-63. doi:10.1080/02691728.2013.818736. Available here

Robbins, Derek (2013) ‘Response to Simon Susen’s “Bourdieusian Reflections on Language: Unavoidable Conditions of the Real Speech Situation”’, Social Epistemology, 27(3-4), pp. 261-274. (doi:10.1080/02691728.2013.818736). Available here

Robbins, Derek (2012) ‘Philosophy and the social sciences: Bourdieu, Merleau-Ponty and Husserl’, Cités (51), pp. 17-31. Available here

Robbins, Derek (2013) ‘Passeron and the Epistemology of the Social Sciences’, in Robbins, Derek (ed.) Sociological Reasoning: A Non-Popperian Space of Argumentation. Oxford: Bardwell Press. Available here

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Robinson, S. & Kerr R. (2009) The symbolic violence of leadership: a critical hermeneutic study of leadership and succession in a British organisation in the post-Soviet context. Human Relations, 62/6: 875-903.

Robertson D (2013) Knowing your place: the formation and sustenance of class-based place identity Housing, Theory and Society 30, 4, 368-383

Stahl, G. 2013. “Habitus disjunctures, reflexivity and white working-class boys’ conceptions of status in learner and social identities.” Sociological Research Online 18(3). Available here

Susen, S. (ed.) (2013) Social Epistemology: A Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Policy 27(3-4): 195-393, Special Issue: Bourdieu and Language Available here

Susen, S. (2013) ‘Bourdieusian Reflections on Language: Unavoidable Conditions of the Real Speech Situation’Social Epistemology: A Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Policy, Volume 27, Issue 3-4, 199-246. Available here

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