Selected Publications

Bourdieu

Bourdieu, P. (1962) The Algerians. Beacon Press.

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Bourdieu, P. (1979) The Inheritors: French Students and Their Relations to CultureUniversity of Chicago Press

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Bourdieu, P. (1977) Outline of a Theory of Practice, Cambridge University Press 1977.

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Bourdieu, P. (1990) Homo Academicus. Polity.

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Bourdieu, P and Passeron, J, C. (1990) Reproduction in Education, Society and Culture. Sage

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Bourdieu, P. (1986) The forms of capital. In J. Richardson (Ed.) Handbook of Theory and Research for the Sociology of Education (New York, Greenwood), 241-258.

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Bourdieu, P. trans. Richard Nice (1984) Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgment of Taste,  Harvard University Press.

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Bourdieu, P. tran Adamson, M  (1990). In Other Words: Essays toward a Reflective Sociology, Stanford.

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Bourdieu, P. (1989) The Corporatism of the Universal: The Role of Intellectuals in the Modern WorldTelos 81 (Fall 1989). New York: Telos Press

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Bourdieu, P. (1991) Language and Symbolic Power, Harvard University Press .

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Bourdieu, P. (1991) The Political Ontology of Martin HeideggerPolity.

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Bourdieu, P., Darbel, A., and Schnapper, D. (1991) The Love of Art: European Art Museums and Their PublicStanford University Press.

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Bourdieu, P and Wacquant, L. (1992) An Invitation to Reflexive Sociology , University of Chicago Press and Polity, 1992.

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Bourdieu, P and Haacke, H. (1995) Free Exchange, Stanford University Press.

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Bourdieu, P., Boltanski, L and Castel, R. (1996) Photography: A Middle-Brow Art, Stanford University Press.

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Bourdieu, P. (1996) Rules of Art: Genesis and Structure of the Literary Field, Stanford University Press.

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Bourdieu, P., Passeron, P., and De Sanint Martin, M. (1996) Academic Discourse: Linguistic Misunderstanding and Professorial Power, Polity

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Bourdieu, P. (1998) Practical Reason: On the Theory of Action, Stanford University Press.

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Bourdieu, P. (1998) State Nobility: Elite Schools in the Field of PowerPolity, 1998.

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Bourdieu, P. (1999) Weight of the World: Social Suffering in Contemporary SocietyPolity.

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Bourdieu, P. (1999) On TelevisionNew Press.

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Bourdieu, P. (1999) Acts of Resistance: Against the Tyranny of the Market, New Press.

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Bourdieu, P. (2000) Pascalian Meditations, Polity.

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Bourdieu, P. (2001) Masculine Domination, Polity.

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Bourdieu, P. (2003) Counterfire: Against the Tyranny of the Market, Verso Books.

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Bourdieu, P. (2004) Science of Science and Reflexivity, Polity.

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Bourdieu, P. (2005) The Social Structures of the Economy, Polity.

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Selected Publications

These are just a few examples of available reading. Some references were sent directly to us or recommended. In order to make this list useful we have divided them into categories, but many will fall into several categories.

Education

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

Atkinson, W. (2012).  Reproduction Revisited: Comprehending Complex Educational Trajectories. In: The Sociological Review. 60, 4, p. 734-52

Archer, L., DeWitt, J., Osborne, J., Dillon, J., Willis, B. & Wong, B. (2012). Science Aspirations and family habitus: How families shape children’s engagement and identification with science. American Educational Research Journal, pp 1-28.

Bonaldi, E.V. and Silva, E.B. (2014) ‘Gendering Habitus in Engineering: Experiences of Brazilian Students’, International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology, 6(1): 144-164, Spring. ISSN 2040-0748 Available here

Burke, C. (2015) “Graduate Blues: considering the effects of inverted symbolic violence on underemployed middle class graduates”, Sociology (available online first) Available here

Burke, C. (2015) Culture, Capitals and Graduate Futures: Degrees of class. London: Routledge.  Available here

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Burke, C. (2015) “Habitus and Graduate Employment: a re/structured structure and the role of biographical research”, In: Costa, C. and Murphy, M. The Art of Application: Bourdieu, Habitus and Social Research. London: Palgrave. Available here

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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

Grenfell, M and James, D. eds. (1998)  Bourdieu and Education:  Acts of Practical Theory, Falmer                                               Press

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Grenfell, M and Kelly, D, eds. (1999) Pierre Bourdieu:  Language, Culture and Education.  Theory into Practice. Peter Lang, Berne.

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James, D. (2011) Beginning with Bourdieu in educational research.  Commissioned online resource for British Educational Research Association

James, D. (2015) ‘How Bourdieu Bites Back: Recognising misrecognition in education and educational research’, Cambridge Journal of Education 45 (1) Available here (OPEN ACCESS)

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

Reay, D.  (2004) Education and Cultural Capital: The implications of changing trends in education policies Cultural Trends 13 no 2, 1-14

Reay, D.  (2006) Cultural Capital Theories Encyclopedia of Gender and Education . New York: Greenwood Press.

Reay, D. (2011) “Schooling for Democracy: A Common School and a Common University? A Response to “Schooling for Democracy”,”Democracy and Education: Vol. 19: Iss. 1, Article 6.

Reay , D. (2012) What does a socially just educational system look like: Separating the minnows from the pike.Journal of Education Policy  Special issue on socially just education

Robbins, D. (1992) Review of Pierre Bourdieu: Homo Academicus, Studies in Higher Education, Vol 17 No 1, pp 107-9.

Robbins, D. (1993)  “The Practical Importance of Bourdieu’s Analyses of Higher Education”, Studies in Higher Education, Vol 18 No 2, pp.151-164.

Robbins, D. (2000) “Bourdieu on Language and Linguistics:  A Response to R.Hasan’s ‘The Disempowerment Game;  Bourdieu on Language in Literacy”,  Linguistics and Education:  An International Research Journal, City University of New York, 10 (4): 425-440.

Robbins, D. (2004) “The transcultural transferability of Bourdieu’s sociology of education”, British Journal of the Sociology of Education, 25, 4, 415-430.

Robbins, D. (2006) On Bourdieu, Education and Society . Bardwell Press.

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Vincent, C., Ball, S., Braun, A. (2010) ‘Local links, local knowledge: choosing care settings and schools’, British Educational Research Journal 36 (2), 279-298.

Wayne Peter Dirk. July 2013.Constructing and Transforming the Curriculum for Higher education: A South African Case Study. PhD Thesis Available here

Education and Social Class

Ball, S. (2010) ‘New Class Inequalities in Education: why education policy maybe looking in the wrong place! Education Policy, Civil Society and Social Class’,International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 30 (3/4), 155-166

Bradley, H. and Ingram, N., 2012. Banking on the future: choices, aspirations and economic hardship in working-class student experience. In: Atkinson, W., Roberts, S. and Savage, M., eds. Class inequalities in austerity Britain: power, difference and suffering. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 51-69.

Crozier,G. and Reay, D. (2011) Capital Accumulation: Working Class Students Learning How to Learn in Higher Education. Teaching in Higher Education Journal.16:2 pp145-155

Crozier, G. Reay, D. James, D. (2011) Making It Work for Them: White Middle Class Families and Working Class Schools. International Studies in Sociology of Education. Vol. 21, No. 3: 199-216

Crozier, G. Reay, D. James, D. Jamieson,F. Hollingworth,S. Williams, K. Beedell,P. (2008) White Middle Class Parents, Identities, Educational Choice and the Urban Comprehensive School: Dilemmas, Ambivalence and Moral Ambiguity. British Journal of Sociology of Education 29:3, 261-272

Crozier, G. Reay, D. Clayton,J. Colliander,L. (2008) Different Strokes for Different Folks: Diverse Students in Diverse Institutions – Experiences of Higher Education. Research Papers in Education, 23:2, 167-177

Devine, D., Savage, M. and Ingram, N., 2012. White middle class identities and urban schooling. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 33 (2), pp. 303-314.

Gamsu, S. 2015. Moving up and moving out: The re-location of elite and middle-class schools from central London to the suburbs. Urban Studies. Online First (Pre-print). pp. 1-18. Available here

James, D. (2003) ‘Learning as becoming in vocational education and training: class, gender and the role of vocational habitus’ Journal of Vocational Education and Training [special issue on TLC project], 55, 4, p. 471-497 (with Colley, Tedder and Diment)

James,D., Reay,D. Crozier,G., Beedell,P., Hollingworth,S., Jamieson,F., Williams,K. (2010) Neoliberal policy and the meaning of counter-intuitive middle class school choices. Current Sociology Special Issue on Education in a Globalizing World.4:2, 623-641

Preston, J. (2007) Whiteness and Class in Education. Springer

Reay, D. Crozier, G. Clayton,J. (2010) ‘Fitting in’ or ‘standing out’: working class students in UK higher education. British Educational Research Journal.36:1,107-124

Ingram, N., 2011. Within school and beyond the gate: the complexities of being educationally successful and working class. Sociology-the Journal of the British Sociological Association, 45 (2), pp. 287-302.

Ingram, N., 2010. School culture and its impact on working-class boys. Sociology Review, 20, pp. 2-6.

Ingram, N., 2009. Working-class boys, educational success and the misrecognition of working-class culture. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 30 (4), pp. 421-434.

Papapolydorou, M. (2013) ‘When you see a normal person …’: social class and friendship networks among teenage students, British Journal of Sociology of Education, DOI:10.1080/01425692.2013.782811Available Available here

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 

Reay, D, Crozier, G and James, D. (2011)  White Middle Class Identities and Urban Schooling (Palgrave Press)

Reay, D, Crozier, G and J Clayton (2010)  “Fitting in” or “standing out’: working-class students in UK higher education British Educational Research Journal 32(1), 1-19

Reay, D, Crozier, G and J Clayton (2009))  ‘Strangers in Paradise: Working class students in elite universities Sociology 43(6), 1103-1121

Reay, D 2008  Psychosocial aspects of White Middle Class Identities: Desiring and Defending against the Class and Ethnic `Other’ in Urban Multi-Ethnic Schooling Sociology ; 42; 1072-1088

Reay, D et al (2008)  Re-invigorating democracy?: White middle class identities and comprehensive schooling, Sociological Review 2008 56:2, 238-256.

Reay, D. (2008) Class out of Place: The White Middle Classes and Intersectionalities of Class and “Race” in Urban State Schooling in England in L Weis (ed) The Way Class Works, New York: Routledge.

Reay, D. (2007 )  Unruly Places: Inner-city Comprehensives, Middle-class imaginaries and Working-class Children Urban Studies Special Issue on The Geography of Education Vol 44 no 7, 1191-1203.

Reay, D et al (2007)  ‘A Darker Shade of Pale?’ Whiteness, the Middle Classes and Multi-Ethnic Inner City Schooling Sociology vol 41 no 6, pgs 1041-1060.

Reay, D. (2006)  The Zombie Stalking English Schools: Social Class and Educational Inequality British Journal of Educational Studies vol 54, no 3, 288-307.

Reay, D, David, Miriam E and Ball, Stephen (2005) Degrees of Choice: social class, race and gender in higher education: Trentham Books

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Reay, D. (2005) Doing the dirty work of social class? Mothers’ work in support of their children’s schooling in M Glucksmann, L Pettinger and J West (eds), A New Sociology of Work: Blackwells

Reay, D. ( 2004) ‘Mostly Roughs and Toughs’ : Social class, race and representation in inner city schooling Sociology volume 38, no 5, 1005-1023

Reay, D. (2004) Exclusivity, exclusion and social class in urban educational markets in the UK Urban Education vol 39 no 5, 537-560.

Reay, D. (2003) A risky business?: Mature working class women students and access to higher education Gender and Education vol 15 no 3, 301- 318.

Reay, D. (2002) Shaun’s story: troubling discourses of white working class masculinities Gender and Education vol 14 no 3, pp221-234

Reay, D. (2001) Finding or losing yourself?: Working class relationships to education Journal of Education Policy vol 16 no 4, 333-346

Reay, D. (1998) Class Work : Mothers’ involvement in children’s schooling London: University College Press.

Reay, D. (1995) They employ cleaners to do that: Habitus in the primary classroom in British Journal of Sociology of Education vol 16 no 3 pp 353-371.

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

Stahl, G. 2014, “The affront of the aspiration agenda: white working-class male narratives of ‘ordinariness’ in neoliberal times” Masculinity and Social Change.  3(2). 88-118 Available here

Stahl, G. 2014, “White working-class male narratives of ‘loyalty to self’ and egalitariansim, challenging the neoliberal aspiration rhetoric” British Journal of Sociology in Education. 36(2). 1-21 Available here

Stahl, G. 2012, ‘Aspiration and Good Life among White Working-Class Boys in London’ Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research. 7(1). 8-19.Available here

Stahl, G., Dale, P. 2015, ‘DJ and MC Habitus and ‘Skillz’ in Peer-led Learning Cultures’ in Burnard, P., Hofvander Trulsson, Y. and Soderman, J. (Eds) Bourdieu and the Sociology of Music, Music Education and Research.  pp. Aldershot, Hants: Ashgate. Available here

Stahl, G. 2015, ‘Egalitarian Habitus: Narratives of Reconstruction in Discourses of Aspiration and Change’ in Murphy, M., Costa, C. (Eds) The Art of Application: Bourdieu, Habitus and Social Research. Palgrave Macmillan, New York Available here

Stahl, G. 2015, Identity, Neoliberalism and Aspiration: Educating White Working-Class Boys. Routledge, London. Available here

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Valassi, D. (2012), ‘Elite private secondary education in Greece: Class strategies and educational advantages’, Kultura i Edukacjia 6 (92): 21 – 41 Available here

Vincent, C., Ball, S., Braun, A. (2010) ‘Between the estate and the state: struggling to be a ‘good’ mother’, British Journal of Sociology of Education 31 (2), 123-138.

Vincent, C., Rollock, N., Gillborn, D., and Ball, S. (2012) Being strategic, being watchful, being determined: Black Middle Class parents and schooling, British Journal of Sociology of Education 33, 3: 337-354 Available here

Vincent, C., Rollock, N., Ball, S. & Gillborn, D.  (2012) Intersectional work and precarious positionings: Black middle-class parents and their encounters with schools in England, International Studies in Sociology of Education, 22:3, Available here

Vincent, C., Rollock, N., Ball, S. & Gillborn, D.  (2012) Raising Middle-class Black Children: Parenting Priorities, Actions and Strategies, Sociology, 47, 3: Available here

Vincent, C. & Maxwell, C. (2015) Parenting priorities and pressures: Furthering understanding of ‘concerted cultivation’ Discourse: Cultural Politics in Education (published on line March 2015) Available here

Wong, B. (2012).  Identifying with Science: A case study of two 13-year-old ‘high achieving working class’ British Asian girls.  International Journal of Science Education, 34(1), 43-65.

Ethnicity and Education

Crozier, G. Reay, D. James, D. (2011) Making It Work for Them: White Middle Class Families and Working Class Schools. International Studies in Sociology of Education. Vol. 21, No. 3: 199-216

Crozier,G. Bhopal,K. Devine,D. (2010) ‘Race’, Education and Globalisation.  Editorial. Irish Educational Studies Journal. Special Issue 29:3 pp207-212

Crozier, G. (2009) “The girls will get married and the lads will go to the restaurants” – teacher expectations or parent aspirations? Exploding the myths about Asian parents’ expectations of their children. Theory into Practice (TIP) 48:4, 90-296. Special Issue entitled: The politics of immigrant education: Global perspectives. TIP is an international, peer-reviewed journal, published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates/Taylor & Francis Inc. (New Jersey and London)

Crozier,G. Davies,J. Szymanski,K. (2009) Education, identity and Roma families: teachers’ perspectives and engagement with INSETRom training. Intercultural Education. Vol. 20, No. 6, December 2009, 537–548

Crozier, G. Reay, D. James, D. Jamieson,F. Hollingworth,S. Williams, K. Beedell,P. (2008) White Middle Class Parents, Identities, Educational Choice and the Urban Comprehensive School: Dilemmas, Ambivalence and Moral Ambiguity. British Journal of Sociology of Education 29:3, 261-272

Crozier, G. & Davies, J. (2008) “The Trouble is They Don’t Mix”: Self-segregation or enforced exclusion? Teachers’ Constructions of South Asian Students. Race, Ethnicity and Education 11:3, 285-301

Crozier, G. & Davies, J.(2007) Hard to Reach Parents or Hard to Reach Schools? A discussion of home-school relations, with particular reference to Bangladeshi and Pakistani parents. British Educational Research Journal. Vol:33:3, 295-313

Crozier, G. & Davies, J. (2006) Family Matters: a discussion of the role of the extended family in supporting the children’s education, with specific reference to families of Bangladeshi and Pakistani origin, in the UK. The Sociological Review. 54:4,677-694

Crozier,G. (2005)“There’s a War Against Our children”: black parents’ views on their children’s education. British Journal of Sociology of Education. 26:5, 585-598

Devine, D., Savage, M. and Ingram, N., 2012. White middle class identities and urban schooling. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 33 (2), pp. 303-314.

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

Preston, J. (2007) Whiteness and Class in Education. Springer

Reay, D.  2008  Psychosocial aspects of White Middle Class Identities: Desiring and Defending against the Class and Ethnic `Other’ in Urban Multi-Ethnic Schooling Sociology ; 42; 1072-1088

Reay, D. et al (2008)  Re-invigorating democracy?: White middle class identities and comprehensive schooling, Sociological Review 2008 56:2, 238-256.

Reay, D.  (2008) Class out of Place: The White Middle Classes and Intersectionalities of Class and “Race” in Urban State Schooling in England in L Weis (ed) The Way Class Works, New York: Routledge.

Reay, D.  (2007 )  Unruly Places: Inner-city Comprehensives, Middle-class imaginaries and Working-class Children Urban Studies Special Issue on The Geography of Education Vol 44 no 7, 1191-1203.

Reay, D. et al (2007)  ‘A Darker Shade of Pale?’ Whiteness, the Middle Classes and Multi-Ethnic Inner City Schooling Sociology vol 41 no 6, pgs 1041-1060.

Reay, D.  ( 2004) ‘Mostly Roughs and Toughs’ : Social class, race and representation in inner city schooling Sociology volume 38, no 5, 1005-1023

Reay, D.  (2002) Shaun’s story: troubling discourses of white working class masculinities Gender and Education vol 14 no 3, pp221-234

Vincent, C., Rollock, N., Gillborn, D., and Ball, S. (2012) Being strategic, being watchful, being determined: Black Middle Class parents and schooling, British Journal of Sociology of Education 33, 3: 337-354 Available here

Vincent, C., Rollock, N., Ball, S. & Gillborn, D.  (2012) Intersectional work and precarious positionings: Black middle-class parents and their encounters with schools in England, International Studies in Sociology of Education, 22:3, Available here

Vincent, C., Rollock, N., Ball, S. & Gillborn, D.  (2012) Raising Middle-class Black Children: Parenting Priorities, Actions and Strategies, Sociology, 47, 3: Available here

Vincent, C. & Maxwell, C. (2015) Parenting priorities and pressures: Furthering understanding of ‘concerted cultivation’ Discourse: Cultural Politics in Education (published on line March 2015) Available here

Wong, B. (2012).  Identifying with Science: A case study of two 13-year-old ‘high achieving working class’ British Asian girls.  International Journal of Science Education, 34(1), 43-65.

Theory

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

Atkinson, W. J. (2013)  Class Habitus and Perception of the Future: Recession, Employment Insecurity and Temporality In : British Journal of Sociology.

Atkinson, W. (2012)  Where Now for Bourdieu-Inspired Sociology? In : Sociology. 46, p. 167 – 173

Atkinson, W. (2011) ‘From Sociological Fictions to Social Fictions: Some Bourdieusian Reflections on the Concepts of ‘Institutional Habitus’ and ‘Family Habitus’’. British Journal of Sociology of Education, vol 32., pp. 331 – 347

Atkinson, W. (2011) From Sociological Fictions to Social Fictions: Some Bourdieusian Reflections on the Concepts of ‘Institutional Habitus’ and ‘Family Habitus’ In : British Journal of Sociology of Education. 32, p. 331 – 347, 17 p.

Bennett, T. et al. (2009) Culture, Class, Distinction (Culture, Economy, and the Social). Routledge

Burke, C. (2010) The Biographical Illumination: A Bourdieusian Analysis of the Role of Theory in Educational Research. Sociological Research Online. 16 (2) 9.

Burke, C. T., Emmerich, N. and Ingram, N., 2013. Well-founded social fictions : a defence of the concepts of institutional and familial habitus. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 34 (2), pp. 165-182

Burton, Sarah. (2015) ‘The Monstrous “White Theory Boy”: Symbolic Capital, Pedagogy, and the Politics of Knowledge’, Sociological Research Online, Volume 20, (3) 14. Available here.

Edwards,  Franklin, Holland,  ed. (2006) Assessing Social Capital: Concept, Policy and Practice, Cambridge Scholars Press.

Edwards, T, ed. (2007) Cultural Theory:  Classical and Contemporary Positions, Los Angeles/London/New Delhi/ Singapore, Sage Publications

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

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. Available here

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, Social Transformation and 1960s British Drama, Theory, Culture and Society, May, 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 

Fowler, Bridget (2014) Figures of Descent from Classical Sociology: Luc Boltanski in eds Simon Susen and Bryan S. Turner, The Spirit of Luc Boltanski: Essays in the Pragmatic Sociology of Critique, London: Anthem. Available here

M. Grenfell, ed. (2008) Pierre Bourdieu:  Key Concepts, Stocksfield, Acumen Publishing

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Ibrahim, J. (2015) Bourdieu and Social Movements: Ideological Struggles in the British Anti-Capitalist Movement. Palgrave Macmillan Available here

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James, D. (2015) ‘How Bourdieu Bites Back: Recognising misrecognition in education and educational research’, Cambridge Journal of Education 45 (1) Available here (OPEN ACCESS)

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.

Krause, M. 2014. The Good Project. Humanitarian NGOs and the Fragmentation of Reason. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Available here

Lawler, S.  2012        Encyclopaedia entries: ‘Habitus, ‘Symbolic Capital’, ‘Symbolic violence’, in D. Southerton, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Consumer Culture. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

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

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Pasquetti, S. (2013). “Legal Emotions: An Ethnography of Distrust and Fear in the Arab Districts of an Israeli City.” Law & Society Review, 47, 3, 461-492. Available here

Reay, D  (2004) ‘It’s all becoming a habitus’: Beyond the habitual use of Pierre Bourdieu’s concept of habitus in educational research Special Issue of British Journal of Sociology of Education on Pierre Bourdieu vol 25 no 4, pp 431-444

Reay, D  and Wiliam, D (1999) I’ll be a nothing: Structure, agency and the construction of identity through assessment British Educational Research Journal vol 25 no 3, 343-354.

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Robbins, D. (1998)      “Bourdieu’s Theory in Practice:  Science and Politics?”, ampersand –                                              Newsletter of the Theory, Culture & Society Network, No.1, pp.4-5.

Robbins, D. (1998)      “A troubling enfant sauvage”, review of D.Swartz:  Culture and Power:  The                                  Sociology of Pierre Bourdieu, The Times Higher Education Supplement,                                         p.28

Robbins, D (1999)       “On the Cunning of Imperialist Reason” – translation of P.Bourdieu & L.Wacquant:  “Sur les ruses de la raison impérialiste”, Theory, Culture and Society, 16.1., pp 41-58.

Robbins, D. (2002) “Pierre Bourdieu, 1930-2002”, Theory, Culture and Society, 19 (3), 113-116.

Robbins, D (1999)       Translation of and introduction to “Statistics and Sociology”, by Pierre Bourdieu.  University of East London, Social Politics papers, 10.  (A re-issue of 1994)

Robbins, D. (1999)      “The Shield of Pascal”, a contribution to a symposium on Bourdieu’s Méditations pascaliennes, European Journal of Social Theory, 2 (3), pp. 307-16.

Robbins, D. (2000) “Layers of life sure to provoke” – review of  P.Bourdieu:  The Weight of the World, in The Higher.

Robbins, D. (2003) “Sociology and Philosophy in the Work of Pierre Bourdieu, 1965-75”, Journal of Classical Sociology, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 299-328.

Robbins, D. (2002) Review of Pierre Bourdieu: Les structures sociales de l’économie, Journal of Consumer Culture, Vol. 2, No. 3. Pp. 416-9.

Robbins, D. (2003) “Durkheim through the eyes of Bourdieu”, Durkheim Studies/Etudes Durkheimiennes, Vol. 9, 23-39.

Robbins, D. (2005) “Bourdieu’s Practical Logic of the Social Sciences and its Implications for International, Cross-Cultural Understanding”, Editor’s Introduction to Pierre Bourdieu II,  ed. D.M. Robbins (4-volume collection of articles in the Masters of Contemporary Social Thought series, London, New Delhi, Thousand Oaks,  Sage).  ISBN 0-7619-4315-3 (set of four volumes).  Introduction:  Vol 1, ix – xliv. + Reprint of Part 4 of Bourdieu and Culture (2000) in Vol.  IV, 179-220

Robins, D. (2006) Editor of a Special number of Theory, Culture & Society on Bourdieu, and author of the Introduction:  “A social critique of judgement”, Theory, Culture and Society, 23 (6), 1-24.

Robbins, D. (2007) “Sociology as reflexive science: on Bourdieu’s project”, Theory, Culture and Society, 24 (5), 57-78.

Robbins, D. (2008) “French production and English reception:  the international transfer of the work of Pierre Bourdieu.”, Sociologica (Bologna), No. 2. online publication:  http://www.sociologica.mulino.it/doi/10.2383/27720

Robbins, D. (2009) “After the Ball is Over.  Bourdieu and the Crisis of Peasant society” – review article on  Pierre Bourdieu:  The Bachelors’ Ball, Theory, Culture and Society, 26 (5), 141-150. DOI:  http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0263276409106355

Robbins, D. (2010) “Pierre Bourdieu and the practice of philosophy”, chapter 7 (pp. 153-175) of volume 6 (Poststructuralism and Critical Theory:  The Return of Master Thinkers, ed. Alan Schrift) of a 8-volume History of Continental Philosophy, (General Editor:  Alan Schrift) Durham, Acumen Press.  ISBN:  978-1-84465-216-7

Robbins, D. (2011) “Sociological analysis and socio-political change:  juxtaposing elements of the work of Bourdieu, Passeron and Lyotard”. in Sociological Routes and Political Roots, ed. M. Benson & R. Munro. Oxford/Malden/Victoria, Wiley-Blackwell/The Sociological Review, pp.117-134.

Robbins, D. (2012) French Post-War Social Theory (Published in association with Theory, Culture & Society). Sage.

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

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

Robbins, Derek (2014) ‘Pierre Bourdieu and the Early Luc Boltanski (1960–1975): Collective Ethos and Individual Difference’, in Simon Susen and Bryan S. Turner (eds.) The Spirit of Luc Boltanski: Essays on the ‘Pragmatic Sociology of Critique’, London: Anthem Press, pp. 265-291. Available here

Silva, E. (2012) Review of The Legacy of Pierre Bourdieu: Critical Essays, by Simon Sussen and Bryan Turner (eds), Journal of Classical Sociology, 12(3-4) 563-569. Available here

Silva, E.B. and Edwards, R. (2004) ‘Operationalizing Bourdieu on Capitals: A Discussion on “The Construction of the Object”’. ESRC Research Methods Programme. Working Paper 7, 18 pages.   Available here

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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

Susen, Simon and Bryan S. Turner (eds.) (2014) The Spirit of Luc Boltanski: Essays on the ‘Pragmatic Sociology of Critique’, London: Anthem Press. Available here

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Susen, Simon (2014 [2014]) ‘Towards a Dialogue Between Pierre Bourdieu’s “Critical Sociology” and Luc Boltanski’s “Pragmatic Sociology of Critique”’, in Simon Susen and Bryan S. Turner (eds.)The Spirit of Luc Boltanski: Essays on the ‘Pragmatic Sociology of Critique’, trans. Simon Susen, London: Anthem Press, pp. 313-348.   Available here

Susen, Simon (2014) ‘Reflections on Ideology: Lessons from Pierre Bourdieu and Luc Boltanski’, Thesis Eleven, 124(1): 90-113.  (Most-Read Article during November 2014). Available here

Susen, Simon (2015) The ‘Postmodern Turn’ in the Social Sciences, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 522 pp Available here

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Susen, Simon (2015) ‘Une réconciliation entre Pierre Bourdieu et Luc Boltanski est-elle possible ? Pour un dialogue entre la sociologie critique et la sociologie pragmatique de la critique’, in Bruno Frère (ed.) Le tournant de la théorie critique, Paris: Desclée de Brouwer, pp. 151-186. Available here

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Susen, Simon (2015) ‘Boltanski, Luc (1940-)’, in James D. Wright (ed.) International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Volume 2, 2nd Edition, Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 747-754. Available here

Susen, Simon (2015) ‘Emancipation’, in Michael T. Gibbons, Diana Coole, Elisabeth Ellis, and Kennan Ferguson (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Political Thought, Volume 3, Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 1024-1038. Available here

Social Class

Atkinson, W, Roberts, S & Savage, M. (2013) ‘Class Inequality in Austerity Britain: Power, Difference and Suffering’. Palgrave Macmillan

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Atkinson, W. (2010) The Myth of the Reflexive Worker: Class and Work Histories in Neo-Liberal Times. In : Work, Employment and Society. 24, p. 413 – 429, 17 p.

Atkinson, W. (2010) Class, Individualization and Perceived (Dis)advantages: Not Either/Or But Both/And? In : Sociological Research Online. 15

Atkinson, W. (2010) ‘Class, Individualization and Late Modernity: In Search of the Reflexive Worker’. Palgrave Macmillan

Atkinson, W. (2015) Class. Cambridge: Polity Press Available here

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Braham, P. James, L, ed. (2002) “Social Exclusion and Class Analysis.” In Social Differences & Divisions, 59-100. Oxford: Blackwell.

Crompton, R,  Devine, F., Savage, M. (2000) J Scott. Renewing Class Analysis. Oxford: Blackwell, 2000.

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

Curran, Dean (2015) ‘Risk Illusion and Organized Irresponsibility in Contemporary Finance: Rethinking Class and Risk Society’. Economy and Society 44(3): 392-417. Available here

Devine, F., Savage, M. (2004) “The Cultural Turn, Sociology and Class Analysis.” In Rethinking Class: Identities, Cultures and Lifestyles, London: Palgrave

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

Friedman, S. 2014. Comedy and Distinction: The Cultural Currency of a ‘Good’ Sense of Humour’. Routledge.  Published in paperback on September 15 2015 – Available here

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Friedman, S. 2015. ‘Habitus Clivé and the Emotional Imprint of Social Mobility’, Sociological Review  early view available here

Friedman, S., Laurison, D., Miles, A. 2015. ‘Breaking the ‘Class’ Ceiling? Social Mobility into Britain’s Elite Occupations’, Sociological Review, 63 (2) 259-290 Available here

Flemmen, M. (2013) Putting Bourdieu to work for class analysis: reflections on some recent contributions. The British Journal of Sociology. Vol. 64, 2, p. 325–343

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.

Gamsu, S. 2015. Moving up and moving out: The re-location of elite and middle-class schools from central London to the suburbs. Urban Studies. Online First (Pre-print). pp. 1-18. Available here

Halford, S, and Savage, M. “Rethinking restructuring: embodiment, agency and identity in organizational change.” In Geographies of Economies, ed. Lee, R. Wills, J, 108-117. London: Edward Elgar, 1997.

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

Mellor, J., Ingram, N., Abrahams, J. and Beedell, P., 2013. Forthcoming. Class matters in the interview setting? Positionality, situatedness and class. British Educational Research Journal

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Li, Y., Savage, M., Warde, A. “Social mobility and social capital in contemporary Britain.”British Journal of Sociology 59(3)(2008) : 391-411.

McDonald, R. (2014) ‘Bourdieu’, medical elites and ‘social class’: a qualitative study of ‘desert island’ doctors, Sociology of Health and Illness, 36:902-916. Available here

Reay, D.  (2005) ‘Beyond Consciousness?: The Psychic Landscape of Social Class’ Sociology Special Issue of Class, Culture and Identity vol 39 no 5, 911-928.

Reay, D, David, Miriam E and Ball, Stephen (2005) Degrees of Choice: social class, race and gender in higher education: Trentham Books

Reay, D.  (2005) Doing the dirty work of social class? Mothers’ work in support of their children’s schooling in M Glucksmann, L Pettinger and J West (eds), A New Sociology of Work: Blackwells

Reay, D.  (2004) Qualitative perspectives on gender and social class in S Nagy Hess-Biber and M Yaiser (eds) Feminist Perspectives on Social Research New York: Oxford University Press.

Reay, D (2004) Gendering Bourdieu’s concept of capitals?: Emotional capital, women and social class in L Adkins and B Skeggs (ed) Feminism after Bourdieu Blackwell

Reay, D.  (1998) Rethinking social class: Qualitative perspectives on gender and social class Sociology vol 32 no 2, pp 259-275

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Savage, M. (2000) Class Analysis and Social Transformation. Buckingham: Open University Press

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White, Ruth (2012) ‘Fly-on-the-wall’: social class in the art of Gillian Wearing. Salford Postgraduate Research Conference presentation – pages 22 – 30 available here

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Crozier, G. Reay, D. James, D. Jamieson,F. Hollingworth,S. Williams, K. Beedell,P. (2008) White Middle Class Parents, Identities, Educational Choice and the Urban Comprehensive School: Dilemmas, Ambivalence and Moral Ambiguity. British Journal of Sociology of Education 29:3, 261-272

Devine, D., Savage, M. and Ingram, N., 2012. White middle class identities and urban schooling. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 33 (2), pp. 303-314.

James, D. (2010) ‘Transgression for transition? White Urban Middle Class families making and managing “against the grain” school choices’, in K. Ecclestone, G. Biesta and M. Hughes (Eds) Transitions and Learning through the Lifecourse London and New York, Routledge, pp. 32-46. (with Beedell)

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Reay, D, Crozier, G and James, D. (2011)  White Middle Class Identities and Urban Schooling . Palgrave Press

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Reay, D.  2008  Psychosocial aspects of White Middle Class Identities: Desiring and Defending against the Class and Ethnic `Other’ in Urban Multi-Ethnic Schooling Sociology ; 42; 1072-1088

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Reay, D. (2008) Class out of Place: The White Middle Classes and Intersectionalities of Class and “Race” in Urban State Schooling in England in L Weis (ed) The Way Class Works, New York: Routledge.

Reay, D. (2007 )  Unruly Places: Inner-city Comprehensives, Middle-class imaginaries and Working-class Children Urban Studies Special Issue on The Geography of Education Vol 44 no 7, 1191-1203.

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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

Stahl, G. 2014, “The affront of the aspiration agenda: white working-class male narratives of ‘ordinariness’ in neoliberal times” Masculinity and Social Change.  3(2). 88-118 Available here

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Stahl, G. 2015, Identity, Neoliberalism and Aspiration: Educating White Working-Class Boys. Routledge, London. Available here

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Culture

Allington, D. (2011a) ‘Distinction, intentions, and the consumption of fiction: negotiating cultural legitimacy in a gay reading group’. European Journal of Cultural Studies 14 (3): 129-145. Available here

Allington, D. (2011b) ‘ “It actually painted a picture of the village and the sea and the bottom of the sea”: reading groups, cultural legitimacy, and description in narrative (with particular reference to John Steinbeck’s The Pearl)’. Language and Literature 20 (4) Available here

Allington, D. (2012) ‘Private experience, textual analysis, and institutional authority: the discursive practice of critical interpretation and its enactment in literary training’. Language and Literature 21 (2): 211-225. Available here

Allington, D. (2014) ‘Kiran Desai’s The inheritance of loss and the troubled symbolic production of a Man Booker prizewinner’. In: Dwivedi, O.P. and Lau, L. (eds.) Indian Writing in English and the global literary
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Bennett, T., Gayo-Cal, M., Le Roux, B., Savage, M., Silva, E., Warde, A. and Wright, D. (2013) ‘La Distinction Revisitée: l’espace des styles de vie britannique en 2003’ in Coulangeon, Phillipe and Duval, Julien (eds) Trente ans apres La Distinction de Pierre Bourdieu’, Paris: La Découverte. Pp.179-205. ISBN 978-2-7071-7667-7

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Bennett, T. and Silva, E. (eds) (2011) ‘Cultural Capital: Limits and Prospects’, Poetics, edition 39.6, issue of 9 articles,  ISSN 0304-422X Available here

Bennett, T. and Silva, E.B. (2006) ‘Cultural Capital and Inequality: Policy Issues and Contexts’ in Cultural Trends, vol 15 (2/3): 87-106, ISSN 0954-8963. Available here

Bennett, T. and Silva, E. (eds) Double Special issue (2006) ‘Culture, Taste and Social Divisions in Contemporary Britain’, Cultural Trends. Vol 15 (2/3), June/September. ISBN 0954-8963. Available here

Bennett, T.; Savage, M.; Silva, E.B.; Warde, A.; Gayo-Cal, M. and Wright, D. (2006) Media Culture. The Organisation of the Media Field in Contemporary Britain. A Report for the British Film Institute. BFI: London. Available here

Bennett, T.; Savage, M.; Silva, E.B.; Warde, A.; Gayo-Cal, M. and Wright, D. (2005) Cultural Capital and the Cultural Field in Contemporary Britain,CRESC Working paper 3, 28 pages.
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Branch, A. (2014) ‘Stop flexing your roots, man’: Reconversion strategies, consecrated heretics and the violence of UK first-wave punk. Punk and Post Punk, Volume 3, Number 1, April, pp. 21-39. Available here

Branch, A. (2014) “It’s where you come from that makes you who you are”: suburban youth and social class. In: The Subcultures Network (ed.) Subcultures, Popular Music and Social Change, Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars, pp.65-88. Available here

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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

Friedman, S. 2014. Comedy and Distinction: The Cultural Currency of a ‘Good’ Sense of Humour’. Routledge.  Published in paperback on September 15 2015 – Available here

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Fowler, Bridget. “The hegemonic work of art in the age of electronic reproduction:An assessment of Pierre Bourdieu.” Theory, Culture & Society 11.1 (1994): 129-154. Available here

Fowler, Bridget. “A sociological analysis of the Satanic Verses affair.” Theory, Culture & Society 17.1 (2000): 39-61. Available here

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Fowler, B. (2012) Pierre Bourdieu, Social Transformation and 1960s British Drama, Theory, Culture and Society, May, 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 

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Savage, M. Rethinking Class, Identities, Cultures and Lifestyles. Edited by Devine, F. Savage, M. Crompton, R. Scott, J. , Basingstoke: Palgrave

Savage, M., T Bennett. (2004) “Cultural capital and Social Exclusion.” Cultural Trends 13(2)

Savage, M., Y Li, A Pickles. “Social Change, Friendship, and Civic Participation.” Sociological Research Online 8(4)(2003)

Savage, M. and Silva, E.B (2013) ‘Field analysis in cultural sociology‘, Cultural Sociology, 7(2): 111-126. ISSN 1749-9755. Available here

Savage, M., Silva, E. and Warde, A. (2010) ‘Dis-identification and class identity’ in Silva, E. and Warde, A. (eds) Cultural Analysis and Bourdieu’s Legacy. Settling accounts and developing alternatives. London: Routledge. 978-0-415-49535-0, Ch 5, pp. 60-74 Available here

Silva, E and Savage, M. (eds) (2013) ‘Field analysis in Cultural Sociology’, Cultural Sociology, 7(2), 9 articles,  ISSN 1749-9755 Available here

Silva, E. B. and Le Roux, B (2011) ‘Cultural Capital of Couples: Tensions in elective affinities’ in Poetics, 39 (6): 547-565. Also: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.poetic.2011.09.004 ISSN 0304-422X.

Silva, E. (2011) ‘Culture, Fields and Distinctions: A European Network’, CRESC News, August, issue 13, p.8.

Silva, E. and Warde, A. (eds) (2010) Cultural Analysis and Bourdieu’s Legacy: Settling accounts and developing alternatives. London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-49535-0. For e-book 978-0-203-87862-0. Paperback 2012. Available here

Silva, E. and Warde, A. (2010) ‘Introduction: The Importance of Bourdieu’ in Silva, E.B. and Warde, A. (eds) Cultural Analysis and Bourdieu’s Legacy. London: Routledge, 978-0-415-49535-0, pp.1-13 Available here

Silva, E. and Warde, A. (2010) ‘Epilogue: Bourdieu’s Legacy?’ in Silva, E.B. and Warde, A. (eds) Cultural Analysis and Bourdieu’s Legacy. London: Routledge, 978-0-415-49535-0, pp.157-160 Available here

Silva, E., Warde, A. and Wright, D. (2009) ‘Using mixed methods for analyzing culture: The Cultural Capital and Social Exclusion Project’, Cultural Sociology, 3(2): 299-316, ISSN 1749-9755 Available here

Silva, E.B. and Wright, D. (2009) ‘Display, desire and distinction in housing’, Cultural Sociology, 3(1): 31-50, ISSN 1749-9755. Available here

Silva, E. (2008) ‘Cultural capital and visual art in the contemporary UK’, Special Issue on ‘The consequences of instrumental museum and gallery policy’,Cultural Trends 17 (4): 267-287, ISSN 0954-8963. Available here

Silva, E.B. and Wright, D. (2008) ‘Researching Cultural Capital: Complexities in mixing methods’ in Methodological Innovations, vol 2, issue 3, published 13/12.2007).  Available here

Silva, E.B. (2006) ‘Homologies of social space and elective affinities: researching cultural capital’ in Sociology, 40(6): 1171-1189, ISSN 0038-0385. Available here

Silva, E.B. (2006) ‘Distinction through Visual Arts’ in Cultural Trends, vol 15 (2/3): 141-158, ISSN 0954-8963. Available here

Silva, E.B. (2005) ‘Gender, Home and Family in Cultural Capital Theory’ British Journal of Sociology, 56 (1): 83-103. ISSN 0007-1315 [This article was the 4th most downloaded, with 954 hits, in 2005 from Blackwell Synergy Publisher]. Available here

Silva, E.B. and Wright, D.(2005) ‘The judgement of taste and social position in focus group research’ Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale, Special double issue, 76/77, pp.241-253. Milan: Angeli. ISSN 1121-1148. 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

Varriale, S. (2014) Bourdieu and the sociology of cultural evaluation: lessons from the Italian popular music press Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia, 1/2014, 121-148. Available here

Varriale, S. (2015) Cultural production and the morality of markets: popular music critics and the conversion of economic power into symbolic capital, Poetics, 51: 1-16. Available here

Varriale, S. (2015) Beyond distinction: theorising cultural evaluation as a social encounter, Cultural Sociology (OnlineFirst). Available here

Warde, A. Gronow, J, ed. (2001).” In Ordinary Consumption, 125-142. London: Routledge, 2001.

Methodology

Atkinson, W. J. (2013 ). Some further (orthodox?) Bourdieusian reflections on the notions of ‘institutional habitus’ and ‘family habitus’: A Reply to Burke, Emmerich and Ingram. In: British Journal of Sociology of Education. 34, 2

Atkinson, W. (2012).  Some further (orthodox?) Bourdieusian reflections on the notions of ‘institutional habitus’ and ‘family habitus’ – unexpurgated

Atkinson, W.  (2010)  Phenomenological Additions to the Bourdieusian Toolbox: Two Problems for Bourdieu, Two Solutions from Schutz. In : Sociological Theory. 28, p. 1 – 19, 19 p.

Atkinson, W .(2010) ‘Phenomenological Additions to the Bourdieusian Toolbox: Two Problems for Bourdieu, Two Solutions from Schutz’. Sociological Theory, vol 28., pp. 1 – 19

Fowler, Bridget “An introduction to Pierre Bourdieu’s ‘Understanding’”, Theory, Culture and Society, 13.2 (1996): 1-16. Available here

James, D. (2004) ‘Change in the field – Changing the field: Bourdieu and the methodological practice of educational research’ British Journal of Sociology of Education.  [Special Issue on Pierre Bourdieu’s Sociology of Education], 25, 4, pp.507-523. (with Grenfell)

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

Pasquetti, S. (2013). “Legal Emotions: An Ethnography of Distrust and Fear in the Arab Districts of an Israeli City.” Law & Society Review, 47, 3, 461-492. Available here

Reay, D.  (2006) Future directions in difference research: Recognising and responding to difference in S Nagy Hess-Biber and M Yaiser (eds)Future Directions in Feminist Research, New York: Oxford University Press.

Robbins, D. (2003) “The responsibility of the ethnographer”.  An introduction to Pierre Bourdieu on ‘Colonialism and ethnography’; and co-translation of the Bourdieu extract, Anthropology today, Vol 19, No. 2., pp. 12-19.

Robbins, D. (2007) “Sociology as reflexive science: on Bourdieu’s project”, Theory, Culture and Society, 24 (5), 57-78.

Robbins, D. (2009) “Gazing at the colonial gaze:  photographic observation and observations on photography based on a comparison between aspects of the work of Pierre Bourdieu and Jean-Claude Passeron.”, Sociological Review, 57, 3, 428-447,

Varriale, S. (2014) Bourdieu and the sociology of cultural evaluation: lessons from the Italian popular music press Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia, 1/2014, 121-148. Available here

Gender

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

Cooper, L., 2014. Extended mothering: maternal influences in daughters’ higher education. Phd thesis. Anglia Ruskin University, Essex. Available here

Crozier, G. (2009) “The girls will get married and the lads will go to the restaurants” – teacher expectations or parent aspirations? Exploding the myths about Asian parents’ expectations of their children. Theory into Practice (TIP) 48:4, 90-296. Special Issue entitled: The politics of immigrant education: Global perspectives. TIP is an international, peer-reviewed journal, published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates/Taylor & Francis Inc. (New Jersey and London)

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

Halford, S, Witz, A Savage, M. (1997). Gender, Careers and Organisations: Current Developments in Banking, Nursing and Local Government. Basingstoke: Macmillan

James, D. (2003) ‘Learning as becoming in vocational education and training: class, gender and the role of vocational habitus’ Journal of Vocational Education and Training [special issue on TLC project], 55, 4, p. 471-497 (with Colley, Tedder and Diment)

Reay, D. (2006) Cultural Capital Theories Encyclopedia of Gender and Education (ed) B Bank, New York: Greenwood Press.

Reay, D.  (2006 ) Compounding inequalities of gender and class in B. Francis, C. Skelton and L. Smulyan (eds) Handbook on Gender and Education, London: Sage.

Reay, D, David, Miriam E and Ball, Stephen (2005) Degrees of Choice: social class, race and gender in higher education: Trentham Books

Reay, D. (2004) Qualitative perspectives on gender and social class in S Nagy Hess-Biber and M Yaiser (eds) Feminist Perspectives on Social Research New York: Oxford University Press.

Reay, D (2004) Gendering Bourdieu’s concept of capitals?: Emotional capital, women and social class in L Adkins and B Skeggs (ed) Feminism after Bourdieu Blackwell

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Reay, D. (2003) A risky business?: Mature working class women students and access to higher education Gender and Education vol 15 no 3, 301- 318.

Reay, D. (2002) Shaun’s story: troubling discourses of white working class masculinities Gender and Education vol 14 no 3, pp221-234

Reay, D.  (2001) Spice girls, ‘nice girls’, ‘girlies’ and tomboys: Gender discourses, girls’ cultures and femininities in the primary classroom Gender and Education vol 13 no 2, 153-166.

Reay, D.  (1998) Rethinking social class: Qualitative perspectives on gender and social class Sociology vol 32 no 2, pp 259-275

Silva, E.B. (2007) ‘Gender, class, emotional capital and consumption in family life’ in Casey, E. and Martens, L. (eds) Gender and Consumption: Domestic Cultures and the Commercialisation of Everyday Life Hampshire: Ashgate. ISBN: 0 7546 4386 7, 141-162. Available here

Silva, E.B. (2005) ‘Gender, Home and Family in Cultural Capital Theory’ British Journal of Sociology, 56 (1): 83-103. ISSN 0007-1315 [This article was the 4th most downloaded, with 954 hits, in 2005 from Blackwell Synergy Publisher]. Available here

Silva, E.B. (2005) ‘CCSE Phase 3 Household Study, Technical Report’. Methodology paper, 59 pages. Available here  

Social Capital

Bagnall, G, Longhurst, B, Savage, M. (2003) “Children, belonging and social capital: the PTA and middle class narratives of social involvement in the North-West of England.” Sociological Research Online 8(4)

Blokland, T, Savage, M. “Networks, Class and Place.” International Journal of Urban & Regional Research 25(2)(2001) : 221-226.

Li, Y., Savage, M., Tampubolon, G., Warde, A., Tomlinson, M. “Dynamics of social capital trends and turnover in associational membership in England and Wales, 1972-98.”Sociological Research Online 7 (3)(2002) .

Li, Y., Savage, M., Pickles, A. “Social Capital and Social Exclusion in England and Wales (1972-1999).” British Journal of Sociology 54 (4)(2003) : 497-526.

Li, Y, Savage, M., Pickles, A. (2005) “Social Capital and Social Trust in Britain.” European Sociological Review 21 (2)

Ray, K, Savage, M., G Tampubolon, Warde, A., B Longhurst, Tomlinson, M. “The Exclusiveness of the Political Field: networks and political mobilization.” Social Movement Studies 2(1)(2003) : 37-60.

Savage, M., Y Li, G Tampubolon, Warde, A., Tomlinson, M. Dynamics of Social Capital: trends andturnover in associational membership in England and Wales, 1972-1999, Sociological Research Online. Vol. 7(3). 2002. 97-132.

Savage, M., G Tampubolon, Warde, A. (2004) “Social capital and political activism: a networks approach.” Transnational Review of Political and Social Analysis 5(2)

Savage, M., Y Li, A Pickles. “Social Capital and Social Exclusion in England and Wales , 1972-1999.” British Journal of Sociology(2003)

Warde, A., Tampubolon, G., Tomlinson, M., Ray, K., Longhurst, B., Savage, M. “Trends in social capital:membership of associations in England and Wales.” British Journal of Political Science 33 (2)(2003) : 515-25.

Warde, A., G Tampubolon, Tomlinson, M., K Ray, B Longhurst, Savage, M. “Trends in Social Capital: Membership of Associations in Great Britain, 1991–98.” British Journal of Political Science 33(2)(2003) : 515-525.

Warde, A., Tampubolon, G., Savage, M. (2005) “Recreation, informal social networks and social capital.” Journal of Leisure Research 37(4)

Religion 

Rey, T. (2007) Bourdieu on Religion (Key Thinkers in the Study of Religion). Equinox Publishing

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Geography 

Benson, M. (Online First) ‘Trajectories of middle-class belonging: the dynamics of place attachment and classed identities’, Urban Studies. DOI: 10.1177/0042098013516522 Available here 

Benson, M. (2013) ‘Living the ‘Real’ Dream in La France Profonde: Lifestyle Migration, Social Distinction, and the Authenticities of Everyday Life’, Anthropological Quarterly 86(2): 501-525. Available here

Benson, M. and Jackson, E. (2013) ‘Place-making and place maintenance: Practices of place and belonging among the middle classes’, Sociology 47(4): 793-809 Available here 

Jackson, E. and Benson, M. (2014) ‘Neither ‘Deepest, Darkest Peckham’, nor ‘Run of the Mill’ East Dulwich: the middle class and their ‘others’ in an inner London neighbourhood’, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 38(4): 1195-1210 Available here 

Health and Medical

Brosnan, C. (2014) ‘Medical education and Pierre Bourdieu’, in W. Cockerham, R. Dingwall and S. Quah (eds) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior and Society. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell: 1361–1366.  Available here

Brosnan, C. (2011) ‘The significance of scientific capital in UK medical education’ in Special issue: ‘Beyond the canon: Pierre Bourdieu and Science and Technology Studies’ edited by Mathieu Albert & Daniel Kleinman in Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning & Policy 49 (3): 317-332. DOI: 10.1007/s11024-011-9177-z Available here

Brosnan, C. (2010) ‘Making sense of differences between medical schools through Bourdieu’s concept of “field”’ Medical Education 44: 645-52. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2923.2010.03680.x Available here

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Brosnan, C. (2009) ‘Pierre Bourdieu and the theory of medical education: Thinking “relationally” about medical students and medical curricula’ in Brosnan, C. and Turner, B.S. (eds) Handbook of the Sociology of Medical Education. London: Routledge: 51-68. Available here

McDonald, R. (2014) ‘Bourdieu’, medical elites and ‘social class’: a qualitative study of ‘desert island’ doctors, Sociology of Health and Illness, 36:902-916. Available here

McGovern P., Nazroo J. (2015, forthcoming) Patterns and causes of health inequalities in later life: a Bourdieusian analysis Sociology of Health & Illness DOI 10.1111/1467-9566.12187 Available here

McGovern P. (2014) Path analysis: Quantitative research into health inequalities Sociology Review, 23(4), ISBN 978-1-4441-9927-7

McGovern P. (2013) What did you say: a deaf researcher reflects on participant observation in a small voluntary organisation SAGE Cases in Methodology DOI 10.4135/978144627305013505054 Available here

McGovern P., Nazroo J. (2015) Patterns and causes of health inequalities in later life: a Bourdieusian analysis Sociology of Health & Illness DOI 10.1111/1467-9566.12187

McGovern P., Nazroo J. (2015) Patterns and causes of health inequalities in later life: a Bourdieusian analysis Sociology of Health & Illness DOI 10.1111/1467-9566.12187

McGovern P. (2015) Museums are good for the health! CMIst News, Spring

McGovern P., (2015) Path analysis for people who hate statistics! Radical Statistics 112, ISSN 0268 6376

McGovern P. (2014) Path analysis: Quantitative research into health inequalities Sociology Review, 23(4), ISBN 978-1-4441-9927-7

Wagner, B. and McLaughlin, K. (2015) ‘Politicising the psychology of social class: The relevance of Pierre Bourdieu’s habitus for psychological research.’ Theory & Psychology, 25(2) pp. 202-221. Available here

WRIGHT, S. 2015. Medical school personal statements: a measure of motivation or proxy for cultural privilege? Advances in Health Sciences Education, 20, 627-643. Available here

Migration

Samaluk, B. (2014) ‘Racialised ‘price-tag’: commodification of migrant workers on transnational employment agencies’ websites’, in M. Pajnik and F. Anthias (eds.) Work and the challenges of belonging: Migrants in globalizing economies. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Available here

SAMALUK, B (2015) Change and Inertia in (re)Formartion and Commodification of Migrant Workers’ Subjectivities: An Intersectional Analysis across Spatial and Temporal Dimensions. In TATLI, A., ÖZBILGIN, M. and KARATAS-ÖZKAN, M. (eds.) Pierre Bourdieu, Organization and Management. London: Routledge Available here

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SAMALUK, B (2015) Migrant workers’ engagement with labour market intermediaries in Europe: symbolic power guiding transnational exchange, Work, employment and society, published online September 16 Available here

“Crime and Deviance”

Harding, S. (2014) The Street Casino: survival in the violent street gang, Bristol: The Policy Press

Harding, S. (2012), ‘Street Government: the role of the Urban Street Gang in the London Riots’, in The English Riots of 2011: A Summer of Discontent (edited by Daniel Briggs, Waterside Press: Hook, Hampshire pp 193 – 215

Harding, S.  (2012)  A Reputational Extravaganza? The role of the urban street gang in the riots in London, Criminal Justice Matters, Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, no 87, March 2012.

He, N 2014, Chinese Criminal Trials: A Comprehensive Empirical Inquiry, Springer, New York. Available here

Shammas, V. L. and Sandberg, S. (forthcoming) ‘Habitus, capital, and conflict: Bringing Bourdieusian field theory to criminology’ Criminology & Criminal Justice. DOI: 10.1177/1748895815603774. Available here

Members’ PhD Thesis

Bull, A., 2015. The musical body: how gender and class are reproduced among young people playing classical music in England. Goldsmiths, University of London. The study is available here

Cooper, L., 2014. Extended mothering: maternal influences in daughters’ higher education. Phd thesis. Anglia Ruskin University, Essex. Available here

Harding, S. (2012) The Role and Significance of Street Capital in the Social Field of the Violent Youth Gang in south London.   Doctoral Thesis for University of Bedfordshire

McGovern, Pauline (2011) Dimensions of Power: A Bourdieusian Approach to Control and Influence in the Voluntary Sector. PhD thesis. University of Salford. [Not available online]

Varriale, S. (2014) Cosmopolitan expertise: music, media and cultural identities in Italy. PhD thesis, University of Warwick (UK). Available here

Wayne Peter Dirk. July 2013. Constructing and Transforming the Curriculum for Higher education: A South African Case. Study. PhD thesis. Department of Sociology. University of South Africa.The study is available here:

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