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Ten Year Index - Volumes 41-50 (1990-1999)

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A flexible future in Europe?: changing patterns of employment in the United Kingdom (Brown) 41: 301
A further comment on Kumar's 'Civil society' (Bryant) 45: 497
A most respectable prejudice - Boudon (Murphy) 43: 485
A most respectable prejudice: inequality in educational research and policy (Murphy) 41: 29
Anthony Giddens and the liberal tradition (Smith) 49: 661
A piece of business: the moral economy of detective work in the East-End of London (Hobbs) 42: 597
A rejoinder to Michael Huspek (Bernstein) 45: 103
A reply to Hakim (Crompton and Harris) 49: 144
A sociology of modelling and the politics of empowerment (Braithwaite) 45: 445
A special case of voluntary associations? Towards a theory of congregational organization (Harris) 49: 602
A telling tale: a case of vigilantism and its aftermath in an English town (Girling, Loader and Sparks) 49: 474
'A way of struggle': reformations and affirmations of E.P. Thompson's class analysis in light of postmodern theories of language (Steinberg) 48: 471
Addressing God as ruler (Nicholls) 44: 125
After the fall: an analysis of post-communism (Hall) 45: 525
Age related distributive justice and claims on resources (Irwin) 47: 68
Age structure, the state and social welfare spending (Pampel, and Stryker) 41: l6
Age, generation and inequality: a reply to the reply (Irwin) 49: 305
Ageing and generational conflict: a reply to Sarah Irwin (Turner) 49: 299
Agrarian relations and class hegemony: a comparative analysis of landlord, social and political power - Italy l86l-l920 (Elazar) 47: 232
Amateurs, professionals and the knowledge of archeology (Taylor) 46: 499
An ordinary God': the paradox of religion in contemporary Britain (Davie) 41: 395
Anthony Giddens and the liberal tradition (Smith) 49: 661
Attacking the attacker: gay Christians talk back (Yip) 48: 113
Attitudes to embryo research (Sullivan) 44: 27l



Becoming a young parent: a longitudinal study of associated factors (Kiernan) 48: 406
Beliefs about class and opportunity in Britain: evidence from a survey experiment (Evans) 48: 450
Believer selectivity in Calvin and Calvinism (MacKinnon) 45: 585
Believing and belonging: religion in rural England (Winter and Short) 44: 635
Between the State and Solidarity one movement, two interpretations - the Orange alternative movement in Poland (Misztal) 43: 55
Beyond the normative and the utilitarian (Mouzelis) 49: 491
Beyond the prison-house of language: discourse as a sociological concept (Chalaby) 47: 684
Beyond the racist/hooligan couplet: race social theory and football culture (Back, Crabbe and Solomos) 50: 419
Black and blue: an analysis of the influence of race on being stopped by the police (Norris, Fielding, Kemp and Fielding) 43: 207
Boredom and social meaning (Barbalet) 50: 631
Britain as a European Society? (Crouch) 41: 299
British capitalism in the l980s: old times or new times? (Fulcher) 46: 325
Bureaucrats and politicians: a case study of the determinants of perceptions of conflict and patronage in the Greek bureaucracy under PASOK rule, l98l-l989 (Sotiropoulos) 45: 349
Business associations and labour unions in comparison: theoretical perspectives and empirical findings on social class, collective action and associational organizability (Traxler) 44: 673



Calvin, covenant theology, and the Weber thesis (Zaret) 43: 369
Capitalism, money and banking: a critique of recent historical sociology (Ingham) 50: 76
Charting subcultures at a frontier of knowledge (Schwendinger and Schwendinger) 48: 71
Childhood influences on adult male earnings in a longitudinal study (Kuh and Wadsworth) 42: 537
Citizenship and modernity (Roche) 46: 715
Citzenship, universalism, migration and the risks of exclusion (Halfmann) 49: 513
Civic integration and class formation (Lockwood) 47: 531
Civil society again: a reply to Christopher Bryant's 'Social self-organization, civility and sociology (Kumar) 45: 127
Civil society: an inquiry into the usefulness of an historical term (Kumar) 44: 375
Civilization and ambivalence (Burkitt) 47: 135
Class analysis and the reorientation of class theory: the case of persisting differentials in educational attainment (Goldthorpe) 47: 481
Class identification among Australian couples: are wives' characteristics relevant? (Hayes and Jones) 43: 463
Class inequality and meritocracy: a critique of Saunders and an alternative analysis (Breen and Goldthorpe) 50: 1
Class interests, class politics and welfare state regime (Papadakis) 44: 249
Class structure in Israel: from statehood to the l980s (Ben-Porat) 43: 225
Class voting, social change, and the left in Australia (Weakliem and Western) 50: 609
Clauswitz and the sociology of war (Roxborough) 45: 619
Codes oppositional, reproductive and deficit: a case of red herrings (Bernstein) 46: 127
Coercion and accommodation: Policing public order after the Public Order Act (Waddington) 45: 367
Comment on Beteille (Lockwood) 47: 551
Comment on Goldthorpe (Scott) 47: 507
Comment on Kolankiewicz (Pahl) 47: 443
Comment on Lockwood (Bechofer) 47: 551
Comment on Marshall (Lane) 47: 421
Comment on Gallie (Lane) 47: 476
Competing economic ideologies in South Africa's economic debate (Lazar) 47: 599
Conjugal power and synchronic differentiation in productive organization (Cavounidis) 45: 407
Conservative government and support for the religious institution: religious education in English schools (Tamney) 45: 195
Constructing and sustaining 'race' within the police workforce (Holdaway) 48: 19
Consumers at work: the private life of public provision (Gilliatt) 43: 239
Contingent ties: undercover drug officers' use of informants (Jacobs) 48: 35
Co-operation in inter-firm relations in Britain and Germany (Lane and Bachmann) 48: 226
Co-operative capitalism: corporate networks in Germany and Britain (Windolf and Beyer) 47: 205
Corporate control and corporate rule: Britain in an international perspective (Scott) 41: 351
Crime and community: fear or trust? (Walklate) 49: 550
Crime and politics: spot the difference (Cohen) 47: 1
Culture as figurative action (Shearing and Ericson) 42: 48l



Definition and measurement of welfare effort and its correlates in cross-national analysis: a reply to Pampel and Stryker (O'Connor) 41: 25
Developing a sociology for the twenty-first century: Preference Theory (Hakim)49: 137
Did British society change character in the l920s or the l980s? (Fulcher)48: 514
Discourse, ideology, discourse, ideology, discourse, ideology... (Purvis and Hunt)44: 473
Distributive justice and occupational incomes: perceptions of justice determine percepltions of fact (Headey)42: 58
Do social sciences create phenomena?: the example of public opinion research (Osborne and Rose)50: 367
Doing data: the local organization of a sociological interview (Hester and Francis)45: 675
Durkheim, morality and modernity: collective effervescence, homoduplex and the sources of moral action (Shilling and Mellor)49: 193
Durkheim's friendship with the philosopher Octave Hamelin: together with translations of two items by Durkheim (Nemedi and Pickering) 46: 107
Durkheim's Montesquieu (Watts Miller)44: 693



East Germany: rising incomes, unchanged inequality and the impact of redistributive government l990-92 (Headey, Krause, and Habich)46: 225
Editorial Introduction (Rose) 47: 383
Education and social class: revisiting the l944 Education Act with fixed marginals (Blackburn and Marsh)42: 507
Elias on Germany, Nazism and the Holocaust: on the balance between 'civilizing' and 'decivilizing' trends in the social development of Western Europe (Dunning and Mennell)49: 339
Elite formation under occupation - the internal stratification of Palestinian elites in the West Bank and Gaza Strip (Mazawi and Yogev)50: 397
Ethnic variation in the female labour force (Abbott and Taylor)46: 339
Ethnostatistics and the AIDS epidemic (Bloor, Goldberg and Emslie)42: 131
Eugenics, social medicine and the career of Richard Titmuss in Britain l935-50 (Oakley)42: 165
Evidence and explanation in history and sociology (Bryant)45: 3
Examining religious beliefs among university students in Ankara (Mutlu)47: 353
Explaining women's employment patterns: 'Orientations to work' revisited (Crompton and Harris)49: 118



Feminist fallacies: a reply to Hakim on women's employment (Ginn, Arber, Brannen, Dale, Dex, Elias, Moss, Pahl, Roberts and Rubery)47: 167
Fish, field, habitus and madness: the first wave mental health users movement in Great Britain (Crossley) 50: 647
Five feminist myths about women's employment (Hakim)46: 429
For David Lockwood (Rose) 47: 385
Foucault, Foucauldians and sociology (Fox)49: 415
Frameworks of inquiry in the sociology of punishment (Garland)41: 1
From civil society to the social (Neocleous)46: 395
'From universal history to historical sociology': by J.A.Banks - a critical comment (Helmes-Hayes) 43: 333



Geertz, Kuhn and the idea of a cultural paradigm (Arditi)45: 597
Gender and income in pharmacy: human capital and gender stratification theories revisited (Tanner, Cockerill, Barnsley and Williams)50: 97
Gender class and citizenship in the comparative analysis of welfare states: theoretical and methodological issues (O'Connor)44: 501
Gender differences in religious mobility in Great Britain (Hayes)47: 643
Gender relations and employment (Crompton, Hantrais and Walters)41: 329
Gender, class and income inequalities in later life (Ginn and Arber)42: 369
Generational issues in China: a case study in the l980s generation of young intellectuals (Cherrington)48: 302
Genocide, civilization and modernity (Freeman)46: 207
Globalization and the policing of protest: the case of APEC 1997 (Ericson and Aaron Doyle)50: 589
Globalization, migration and the nation-state: the path to a post-national Europe? (Morris)48: 192
Governing police practice: limits of the new accountability (Chan)50: 251
Green ambivalence about science: legal-rational authority and the scientific legitimation of a social movement (Yearley)43: 511
Guanxi bases, Xinyong and Chinese business networks (Tong Chee Kiong and Yong Pit Kee)49: 75



Habermas and Foucault: thinkers for civil society? (Flyvbjerg)49: 210
Halbwachs and Durkheim: a test of two theories of suicide (Travis)41: 225
Half-belief and the paradox of ritual instrumental activism: a theory of modern superstition (Campbell)47: 151
Has British capitalism changed since the First World War? (Runciman)44: 53
Hegemony and etiquette: an exploration on the transformation of practice and power in eighteenth-century England (Arditi)45: 177
Hercules, Hippolyte and the Amazons - or policewomen in the RUC (Brewer)42: 231
Hot Crises and media reassurance: a comparison of emerging diseases and Ebola Zaire (Ungar)49: 36
Household and labour market change: implications for the growth of inequality in Britain (McRae)48: 394



Idealist thought, social policy and the rediscovery of informal care (Offer)50: 467
Ideological crisis among China's youths: values and official ideology (Kwong)45: 247
In defence of 'grand' historical sociology (Mouzelis)45: 31
In praise of macro-sociology - a reply to Goldthorpe (Mann)45: 37
In the path of Daedalus: middle-class Australians' attitudes to embryo research (Sullivan)44: 271
Industrial accidents as a means of withdrawal from the workplace according to the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations (Nichols)45: 387
Inequality, economic growth and social mobility (Breen) 48: 429
Informal social control and crime management in Belfast (Brewer, Lockhart and Rodgers)49: 570
Inner-worldly individualism and the institutionalization of Puritanism in late seventeenth-century New England (Seligman)41: 537
Is Bauman's bureau Weber's bureau?: a comment (du Gay)50: 575
Is there an underclass in Britain? (Buckingham)50: 49
Islam is the solution: Jordanian Islamists and the dilemma of the 'modern woman' (Taraki)46: 643



Jean Piaget: the unknown sociologist? (Kitchener)42: 421
John Goldthorpe and the relicsof sociology (Hart) 45: 21
Joining a political party: a reassessment of the economic approach to membership (McCulloch)41: 497



Legitimacy and order in prisons (Sparks and Bottoms)46: 45
LSE Centenial Lecture: The resurgence of nationalism? Myth and memory in the renewal of nations (Smith)47: 575



Making up managers: bureaucracy, enterprise and the liberal art of separation  (du Gay)45: 655
Mann's theory of power (Whitmeyer)48: 210
Mannheim's sociology of generations (Pilcher)45: 481
Married women's economic dependence in the Netherlands, l970-l99l (Van Berkel and De Graaf)49: 97
Max Weber's analysis of the rise of monotheism: a reconstruction (Kalberg)45: 563
Mealtime rituals: power and resistance in the construction of mealtime rules (Grieshaber)48: 649
Measuring left-right and libertarian-authoritarian values in the British electorate (Evans, Heath and Lalljee)47: 93
Meeting or mis-meeting? The dialogical challenge to Verstehen (Shields)47: 275
Mega-events and micro- modernization: on the sociology of the new urban tourism (Roche)43: 563
Militant and submissive religions: class, religion and ideology (Schoenfeld)43: 111
Misplacing memory: the effect of television format on Holocaust remembrance (Lisus and Ericson)46: 1
Mobility and social stratification (Jenkins)42: 557
Modernity and fundamentalism: the new Christian right in America (Bruce)41: 477
Modernity: a non-European conceptualization (Mouzelis)50: 141
Modernity's machine metaphor (Scott)48: 561
Modes of class formation (Joseph)43: 345
Monasticism and the 'Protestant Ethic': asceticism, rationality and wealth in the Medieval West (Silber)44: 103
'Moral panic' and moral language in the media (Hunt)48: 629
Moral reasoning and political conflict: the abortion controversy (Kelley, Evans and Headey)44: 589
Murphy, Boudon and a 'most respectable prejudice' (Cohen)41: 473
Muslims in Greater Cape Town: a problem of identity (da Costa)45: 235
'My geranium is subversive': some notes on the management of trouble in prisons (King and McDermott)41: 445



Nationalism: the idiocy of intimacy (Ringmar)49: 534
Network capital: emigration from Hong Kong (Siu-lun Wong and Salaff)49: 358
New rules of sociological method (Rammert)48: 171
New technology and the class structure: the blue-collar/white-collar divide revisited (Gallie)47: 447
New times for the military: some sociological remarks on the changing role and structure of the armed forces of the advanced societies (Dandeker)45: 637
New times or old? A reply to Fulcher (Runciman)46: 708
Norbert Elias and the civilized prison (Pratt)50: 271
Numbers and souls': retailing and the de-differentiation of economy and culture (du Gay)44: 563



Obligations of kinship in contemporary Britain: is there normative agreement? (Finch and Mason)42: 344
Open methods (Homan) 43: 321
Oppositional codes and social class relations (Huspek)45: 79
Oppositional versus reproductive codes: a response to Basil Bernstein's 'Rejoinder to Michael Huspek' (Huspek)46: 133
Organizational imagery and interdenominational mergers (Black)41: l05



Parasites, pawns and partners: disability research and the role of non-disabled researchers (Stone and Priestley)47: 699
Parental role models, gender and educational choice (Dryler)49: 375
Pathways to capitalist democracy: what prevents social democracy? (Joseph)45: 211
Patriarchal constraints on women workers' mobilization: the Lancashire female cotton operatives l842-l9l9 (Benenson)44: 613
Patriarchy, patrimonialism and filial piety: a comparison of China and Western Europe (Hamilton)41: 77
Patterns of control: reforming West-European schools (Moon)41: 423
Perestroika and Soviet society (Weinberg)43: 1
Perestroika in progress? the case of spectator sports in Czechoslovakia (Duke)41: l45
Policing and the social: questions of symbolic power (Loader)48: 1
Political ideology and popular beliefs about class and opportunity: evidence from a survey experiment (Evans)48: 450
Political power beyond the State: problematics of government (Rose and Miller)43: 173
Political thought and the limits of orthodoxy: a response to Curtis (Miller and Rose)46: 590
Politics and the struggle to define: a discourse analysis of the framing strategies of competing actors in a 'new' participatory forum (Skillington)48: 493
Popper, Weber and the rationalist approach to social explanation (Jacobs)41: 559
Post-communist: postmodernity or modernity revisited (Ray)48: 543
Postmodernism as normal science (Callinicos)46: 734
Professional culture and organizational morality: an ethnographic account of a therapeutic organization (Nijsmans)42: 1
Protest, acquiescence and the unemployed: a comparative analysis of the l930s and l980s (Bagguley)43: 443
Public perceptions of childhood criminality (James and Jenks)47: 315



Race and ethnicity in the European context (Allen and Macey)41: 375
Rational action theory for sociology (Goldthorpe)49: 67
Rational Choice Theory and prison chaplaincy: the chaplain's dilemma (Beckford)50: 671
Reality analysis in a classroom storytelling (Hester and Francis) 48: 95
Reality and research (Weinberg) 45: 133
Reason and protest in the new urban public health movement: an observation on the sociological analysis of political discourse in the 'healthy city' (Milewa and de Leeuw)47: 657
Reassessing the structural covariates of violent and property crimes in the USA: a county level analysis (Kposowa, Breault and Harrison)46: 79
Reforming Foucault: a critique of the social control thesis (Lacombe)47: 332
Rejoinder to Fulcher, 'Did British society change character in the l920s or the l980s? (Runciman)48: 522
Religion: Tbe British contribution (Thompson)41: 53l
Religious identification and moral attitudes: the British case (Hayes)46: 457
Religious involvement in a secularized society: an empirical confirmation of Martin's general theory of secularization (Giorgi)43: 639
Repartnering: the relevance of parenthood and gender to cohabitation and re-marriage among the formerly married (Lampard and Peggs) 50: 443
Reproduction and resistance in Canadian high schools: an empirical examination of the Willis Thesis
(Davies)46: 662
Rescuing Veblen from Valhalla: deconstruction and reconstruction of a sociological legend (Edgell)47: 627
Research and 'anti-racism': the case of Peter Foster and his critics (Hammersley)44: 429
Rethinking 'moral panic' for multi-mediated social worlds (McRobbie and Thornton)46: 559
Revisionism, dissidence, nationalism: opposition in Leninist regimes (Joppke)45: 543
Revolutionary Hebrew, empire and crisis: toward sociological Gestalt (Aberbach)48: 128
Risk and the Welfare State (Taylor-Gooby, Dean, Munro and Parker)50: 177
Routes of success: influences on the occupational attainment of young British males (Bond and Saunders)50: 217
Rules, boundaries and the courts: some problems in the neo-Durkheimian sociology of deviance (Rock)49: 586
Running a commentary on imaginatively relived events: a technique for obtaining qualitatively rich discourse (Witkin)45: 265



Seasonal sub-communities: the impact of student households on residential communities (Kenyon)48: 286
Secularization and medicalization (Bull)41: 245
Secularization, moral regulation and the mass media (Thompson and Sharma)49: 434
Seven days trading make one weak? (Richter)45: 333
Sexual identity and religous socialization (Levitt)46: 529
Simulating difference: ethnography and the relations of intellectual production (Cooper)49: 20
Social and system integration: Habermas' view (Mouzelis)43: 267
Social capital and social change (Kolankiewicz)47: 427
Social class and educational attainment in historical perspective: a Swedish-English comparison Part I (Jonsson and Mills)44: 213
Social class and educational attainment in historical perspective: a Swedish-English comparison Part II (Jonsson and Mills)44: 403
Social class and social justice (Marshall and Swift)44: 187
Social class and underclass in Britain and the USA (Marshall, Roberts, and Burgoyne)47: 22 Social images of suicide (Marra and Orru)42: 273
Social interests and their political representation (Kolarska-Bobinska)45: 109
Social mobility and personal satisfaction: evidence from ten countries (Marshall and Firth)50: 28
Social movements during cycles of issue attention: the decline of the anti-nuclear energy movements in West Germany and the USA (Joppke)42: 43
Social self-organization, civility and sociology: a comment on Kumar's 'Civil Society' (Bryant)44: 397
Social theory and the decline of the public intellectual (Whimster)43: 289
Socialization and social change: a critique of three positions (Grbich)41: 517
Socio-economic re-structuring and employment: the case of minority ethnic groups (Iganski and Payne)50: 195
Sociologism and philosophy (Hund)41: l97
Sociology as if nature did not matter: an ecological critique (Murphy)46: 688
Sociology as political arithmetic (The Glass Memorial Lecture) (Halsey)45: 427
Some problems in establishing equality of treatment in multi-ethnic schools (Foster)44: 537
Spencer's philosophy of science (Haines)43: 155
Spoiling the class divide: struggles within the working class over distribution (Coram)43: 393
Spotting the invisible man: the influence of male gender on fieldwork relations (McKeganey and Bloor)42: 195
Status degradation and organizational succession in prison (Finkelstein)47: 671
Strangers to themselves: how interactants are other than they are (Travers)43: 601
Streetlife and delinquency: the significance of a missing population (Hagan and McCarthy)43: 533
Stuart Hall's cultural studies and the problem of hegemony (Wood)49: 399
Symbolic boundaries and national identity in Australia (Phillips)47: 113



Taking the state back out: Rose and Miller on political power (Curtis)46: 575
Talcott Parsons, universalism and the educational revolution: democracy versus professionalism (Turner)44: 1
Technical change and the division of labour in Rochdale and Aberdeen: evidence from the social change and economic life initiative (Penn, Gasteen, Scattergood and Sewel)43: 657
Television and the reflexive project of the self: soaps, teenage talk and hybrid identities (Barker)48: 611
The attenuation of class analysis: some comments on G. Marshall, S. Roberts and C. Burgoyne, 'Social class and the underclass in Britain in the USA' (Morris and Scott)47: 45
The barbarism of civilization: cultural genocide and the stolen generations? (van Krieken)50: 297
The British dance music industry: a case study of independent cultural production (Hesmondhalgh)49: 234
The city as text: constructing Dublin's identity through discourse on transportation and urban re-development in the press (Skillington)49: 456
The classification of social class in sociological research (Drudy) 42: 21
The coming of age of feminist sociology: some issues of practice and theory for the next twenty years (Rosneil)46: 191
The concept of adequate causation and Max Weber's comparative sociology of religion (Buss)50: 317
The decline of class divisions in Britain?: class and ideological preferences in the l960s and the l980s (Evans)44: 449
The dialogic connection and the ethics of dialogue (Gurevitch)41: l8l
The division of expert knowledge in policing and security (Ericson)45: 149
The English middle class debate (Hickox)46: 311
The ethics of open methods (Homan)43: 42l
The fragmentation of class analysis (Crompton)47: 56
The future of criminologies (Downes)47: 360
The global cops cometh: reflections on transnationalization, knowledge work and policing subculture (Sheptycki)49: 57
The Irish in prison: a tighter nick for 'the Micks'? (Borland, King and McDermott)46: 371
The Irish language and television: national identity, preservation, restoration and minority rights (Watson)47: 255
The late-modern city as a bazaar: drug markets, illegal enterprise and the 'barricades' (Ruggiero and South)48: 54
The media politics of crime and criminal justice (Schlesinger, Tumber and Murdock)42: 397
The mirage of gender equality: occupational success in the labour market and within marriage (Arber and Ginn)46: 21
The mismatch between class and status (Beteille)47: 513
The myth of a myth? An assessment of two ethnographic studies of option choice schemes (Hammersley)42: 61
The new regulatory state: the social powers of the European Union (Walby)50: 118
The norm and the text: Denzin and Lincoln?s handbooks of qualitative method (Fielding)50: 525
The normalization of recreational drug use amongst young people in North-West England Measham, Newcombe and Parker)45: 287
The persistence of class origin inequalities among school leavers in the Republic of Ireland, l984-l993 (Breen)49: 275
The persistent class ceiling: gendered inequalities in the earnings of lawyers (Kay and Hagan)46: 279
The pervasive world-view: religion in pre-modern Britain (Bruce)48: 667
The politics of welfare policy in Sweden: structural determinants and attitudinal cleavages (Svallfors)42: 609
The position of Pierre Bourdieu and Alain Touraine respecting qualitative methods (Hamel)49: 1
The postmodern experiment: science and ontology in experimental social psychology (Brannigan)48: 594
The postmodernity of football hooliganism (King)48: 576
The power lies in the structure (Maman)48: 267
The privatization of working class life: a dissenting view (Proctor)41: l57
The production and reception of scientific papers in the academic-industrial complex: the clinical evaluation of a new medicine (Abraham)46: 167
The Protestant Ethic and the comic spirit of capitalism (Davies)43: 421
The race relations problematic (Banton)42: 115
The religiosity of women in the modern West (Walter and Davie)49: 640
The risk society in an age of anxiety (Hollway and Jefferson)48: 255
The salience of class in Britain and America: a comparative analysis (Gerteis and Savage)49: 252
The sect-church dynamic and Christian expansion in the Roman Empire: persecution, penitential discipline, and schism in sociological perspective (Bryant)44: 303
The secularization issue: prospect and retrospect (Martin)42: 475
The sexual division of labour and women's heterogeneity (Hakim)47: 178
The silenced voice: female social mobility patterns with particular reference to the British Isles (Hayes and Miller)44: 653
The social facts of deviance in school: a study of mundane reason (Hester)42: 443
The social meanings behind male sex work: implications for sexual interactions (Browne and Minichiello)46: 598
The social organization of boards of directors (Hill)46: 245
The sociology of scientific establishments today (Wettersten)44: 69
The sociology of styles of thought (Nelson)43: 25
The state and the egalitarian ecclesiastical liberal regimes of gender relations (Mosesdottir)46: 623
The thesis of the loss of the perfect market (Waters)46: 409
The uses of history in sociology - a reply (Goldthorpe)45: 55
The uses of history in sociology: reflections on some recent tendencies (Goldthorpe)42: 211
Theorizing fear of crime: beyond the rational/irrational opposition (Lupton and Tulloch)50: 507
Theorizing the interview (Pawson)47: 295
Thinking the revolutions of liberty of l989 (Weitman)43: 11
Tomb, temple, machine and self: the social construction of the body (Synnott)43: 79
Towards a sociological model of the police informant (Greer)46: 509
Towards a theory of social processes - a translation (Elias)48: 355
Towards an embodied understanding of the structure/agency relationship (Shilling)50: 543
Tradition, religion and modernity: time use in Israeli households (Sullivan)49: 619
Translator's introduction to Norbert Elias's 'Towards a theory of social processes' (Dunning and van Krieken)48: 353
Trends in gender and family background effects on school attainment: the case of Hong Kong (Pong and Post)42: 249
Trust dynamics and organizational integration: the micro- sociology of Alan Fox (Roche)42: 95
Truth and goodness, mirrors and masks - Part II: a sociology of beauty and the face (Synnott)41: 55
Two arguments for 'covert methods' in social research (Herrera)50: 331
Two conceptions of citizenship (Stewart)46: 63



Violent families and the rhetoric of harmony (Miller)41: 289


Was communism good for social justice?: a comparative analysis of the two Germanies (Marshall)47: 397
Weber's alleged emotivism (Tester) 50: 563
What has work done to the working class? A comparison of workers and production echnologies (Glenday)46: 475
Whiter than white collar crime:tax, fraud insurance and the management of stigma (McBarnet)42: 324
Who killed whom? Victimization cupability in the social construction of murder (May)50: 489
Whose myths are they anyway: a comment (Breugel)47: 175
Women in Black: challenging Israel's gender and socio- political orders (Helman and Rapoport)48: 681
Women priests: from exclusion to accommodation (Aldridge)45: 501
Women's labour force participation and socioeconomic development: influences of local context and individual characteristics in Brazil (Evans and Saraiva)44: 25