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  • Claire Waterton, Rebecca Ellis and Brian  Wynne Barcoding Nature: shifting taxonomic practice in an age of biodiversity loss’ London: Routledge (May 2013).
  • Rebecca Coleman and Jessica Ringrose (eds) (2013) Deleuze and Research Methodologies, Edinburgh University Press.
  • John Urry Societies beyond Oil Zed.
  • Katarzyna Marciniak and Imogen Tyler (eds.) Immigrant Protest: Politics, Aesthetics, and Everyday Dissent, SUNY.
  • Imogen Tyler, Revolting Subjects: Social Abjection and Resistance in Neoliberal Britain, Zed.


  • Bülent Diken, Revolt, Revolution, Critique – The Paradox of Society. London: Routledge.
  • Rebecca Coleman (2012) Transforming Images: Screens, Affect, Future, Routledge.
  • David Tyfield The Economics of Science Vol 1: Illustrations and Philosophical Preliminaries, Routledge.
  • David Tyfield The Economics of Science Vol 2: Towards a Synthesis of Political Economy and Science & Technology Studies, Routledge.
  • John Urry and Jonas Larsen The Tourist Gaze 3.0 , Sage.
  • John Urry Climate Change and Society, Polity.
  • Monika Buscher, John Urry, Katian Witchger (eds) Mobile Methods, Routledge.
  • Margaret Grieco, John Urry (eds) Mobilities: new perspectives on transport and society, Ashgate.
  • Heiko Schmid, Wolf-Dietrich Sahr, John Urry (eds) Cities and Fascination Beyond the Surplus of Meaning, Ashgate.
  • Elizabeth Shove, Mika Pantzar and Matt Watson, The Dynamics of Social Practice: Everyday life and how it changes, Sage.


  • Sylvia Walby The Future of Feminism, Polity Press.
  • Andrew Sayer, Why Things Matter to People: Social Science, Values and Ethical Life, Cambridge University Press.
  • Rebecca Coleman and Debra Ferreday (eds) Hope and Feminist Theory, Routledge.


  • Anne M. Cronin, Advertising, Commercial Spaces and the Urban, Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Saolo Cwerner, Sven Kesselring, John Urry (eds) Aeromobilities: Theory and Methods, Routledge.
  • Anthony Elliott, John Urry Mobile Lives, Routledge.
  • Adrian Mackenzie, Wirelessness: Radical Network Empiricism, MIT Press.


  • Bülent Diken, Nihilism, London: Routledge.
  • Kingsley Dennis, John Urry, After the Car, Polity.
  • Sylvia Walby, Globalization and Inequalities: Complexity and Contested Modernities, Sage.
  • Bob Jessop, Kapitalist Devletin Geleceğli, Epos.
  • Elizabeth Shove, Frank Trentmann and Rick Wilk (eds), Time, Consumption and Everyday Life, Berg.
  • Elizabeth Shove, Heather Chappells and Loren Lutzenhiser (eds), Comfort in a Lower Carbon Society, Routledge.
  • Debra Ferreday Online Belongings, Peter Lang.
  • Rebecca Coleman The Becoming of Bodies: Girls, Images, Experience, Manchester University Press.


  • Anne-Marie Fortier, Multicultural Horizons: Diversity and the Limits of the Civil Nation, Routledge.
  • Bruce Bennett, Marc Furstenau, Adrian Mackenzie, Cinema and Technology, Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Anne M. Cronin, Kevin Hetherington (eds), Consuming the Entrepreneurial City: Image, Memory, Spectacle, Routledge.
  • Bob Jessop, El Futuro del Estado Capitalista, Los Libros de la Catarata
  • Bob Jessop, Norman Fairclough, Ruth Wodak (eds) Education and the Knowledge-Based Economy in Europe, Sense Publishers
  • Joan Haran, Jenny Kitzinger, Maureen McNeil, Kate O’Riordan, Human Cloning in the Media:  from science fiction to science practice, Routledge.


  • Thomas Boje, Bart Van Steenbergen, Sylvia Walby (eds), European Societies: Fusion or Fission? Routledge.
  • Maureen McNeil, Feminist Cultural Studies of Science and Technology, Routledge.
  • Celia Roberts, Messengers of Sex: Hormones, biomedicine and feminism, Cambridge.
  • Elizabeth Shove, Matthew Watson, Martin Hand, and Jack Ingram, The Design of Everyday Life, Berg.
  • Lucy Suchman, Human-Machine Reconfigurations: Plans and Situated Actions, 2nd expanded edition, Cambridge.
  • John Urry, Mobilities, Polity
  • Alan P. Rudy, Dawn Coppin, Jason Konefal, Bradley T. Shaw, Toby Ten Eyck, Craig Harris, Lawrence Busch, Universities in the Age of Corporate Science: The UC Berkeley–Novartis Controversy, Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
  • B Diken, Carsten B Laustsen, Sociology Through the Projector, Routledge.
  • Bob Jessop, State Power: A Strategic-Relational Approach, Polity
  • Bob Jessop, Capitalismo(s), Discurso y materialidad en las formaciones sociales capitalistas contemporáneas, Ediciones de Universidad Católica de Cordoba
  • Bob Jessop, Kapitalismus, Regulation, Staat: Ausgewählte Schriften, Argument Verlag.
  • Elizabeth Shove, Matt Watson, Martin Hand and Jack Ingram, The Design of Everyday Life, Berg. 


  • Sarah Franklin and Celia Roberts, Born and Made: An ethnography of preimplantation genetic diagnosis. Princeton.
  • Bob Jessop, Ngai-Ling Sum, Beyond The Regulation Approach: Putting Capitalist Economies In Their Place, Edward Elgar.
  • Jonas Larsen, John Urry, Kay Axhausen. Mobilities, Networks, Geographies, Ashgate.
  • Roger Penn, Social Change and Economic Life in Britain, Homeless.
  • John Urry and Mimi Sheller (eds), Mobile Technologies of the City, Routledge.
  • Sylvia Walby, Heidi Gottfried, Karin Gottschall, and Mari Osawa, Gendering the Knowledge Economy: Comparative Perspectives, Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Jim Bingen, Lawrence Busch (eds), Agricultural Standards: The Shape Of The Global Food And Fiber System, Dordrecht: Springer.


  • Tim Dant, Materiality and Society, Open University Press.
  • Bülent Diken, Carsten B. Laustsen, The Culture Of Exception: Sociology Facing The Camp, Routledge.
  • Mike Featherstone, Nigel Thrift, John Urry, (eds) Automobilities, Sage.
  • Bob Jessop, Macht und Strategie bei Poulantzas und Foucault, VSA.
  • Melissa Leach, Ian Scoones, and Brian Wynne (eds), Science and Citizens: Globalization and the Challenge of Engagement, Zed Books.
  • Andrew Sayer, The Moral Significance of Class, Cambridge University Press, Summer 2005.
  • Jack Stilgoe, James Wilsdon, Brian Wynne, The Public Value of Science: Or How to Ensure That Science Really Matters, Demos.
  • Bronislaw Szerszynski, Nature, Technology and the Sacred, Blackwell.
  • John Urry, Sociologie des mobilités: une nouvelle frontière pour la sociologie?, l'institut pour la ville en mouvement.
  • Bas van Vleit, Heather Chappells and Elizabeth Shove, Infrastructures of Consumption: Restructuring the Utility Industries, Earthscan.
  • Mika Pantzar and Elizabeth Shove (Eds) Manufacturing Leisure, Helsinki: NCRC.


  • Anne Cronin, Advertising Myths: The Strange Half-Lives of Images and Commodities, London: Routledge.
  • Bülent Diken & Carsten B Laustsen, I Terrorens Skygge, Forlaget Samfundslitteratur, Copenhagen.
  • Paul Heelas, Linda Woodhead, Ben Seel, Bronislaw Szerszynski and Karin Tusting, The Spiritual Revolution: Why Religion is Giving Way to Spirituality, Blackwell.
  • John Law, After Method: Mess in Social Science Research, Routledge, London.
  • Michel Callon,John Law, John Urry (eds) Absent Presence: localities, globalities, and methods, spec issue of Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, February.
  • Mimi Sheller and John Urry (eds), Tourism Mobilities: Places to Play, Places in Play, (eds), Routledge.
  • John Urry, Mike Featherstone, Nigel Thrift, Automobilities, Special issue of Theory, Culture and Society, (August).
  • Jorgen Ole Bærenholdt, Michael Haldrup, Jonas Larsen, John Urry Performing Tourist Places, Ashgate.


  • Celia Deane-Drummond and Bronislaw Szerszynski (with Robin Grove-White), (eds), Re-Ordering Nature: Theology, Society and the New Genetics, T&T Clark.
  • Anne-Marie Fortier and Sarah Ahmed, 'Re-Imagining Communities', special issue of the International Journal of Cultural Studies, Sage.
  • Anne-Marie Fortier, Mimi Sheller, Sara Ahmed, Claudia Castaneda (eds), and Uprootings/Regroundings: Questions of Home and Migration, (eds), Berg.
  • Mimi Sheller, Consuming the Caribbean: from Arawaks to Zombies, Routledge.
  • Bronislaw Szerszynski, Wallace Heim and Claire Waterton (eds), Nature Performed: Environment, Culture and Performance, Blackwell.
  • John Urry, Global Complexity, Polity.
  • Elizabeth Shove, Comfort, Cleanliness and Convenience: the social organization of normality, Berg.


  • Noel Cass, Elizabeth Shove, John Urry, Changing infrastructures, measuring socio-spatial inclusion/exclusion, a report prepared for the Dept for Transport.
  • Sarah Franklin and Susan McKinnon (eds), Relative Values, Durham, N.Ca., Duke University Press.
  • Graeme Gilloch, Walter Benjamin: Critical Constellations, Polity.
  • Susan Pearce, Kevin Hetherington and Gordon Fyfe (eds), The Museum and Society (August), Continuum, Athlone Press.
  • Bob Jessop, Future of the Capitalist State, Polity.
  • Bob Jessop, The Future of the Welfare State, Polity.
  • Bob Jessop, Neil Brenner, Martin Jones, and Gordon MacLeod (eds) State/Space: A Reader, Blackwell.
  • John Law, Aircraft Stories: Decentering the Object in Technoscience, Durham, N.Ca., Duke University Press.
  • John Law and Annemarie Mol (eds), Complexities: Social Studies of Knowledge Practices, Durham, N.Ca., Duke University Press.
  • Elizabeth Shove, Comfort, Cleanliness and Convenience, Berg.
  • John Urry, The Tourist Gaze, Second Edition, Sage.


  • Sara Ahmed and Jackie Stacey (eds), Thinking Through the Skin, Routledge.
  • Sarah Franklin and Susan McKinnon (eds), Relative Values: New Directions In Kinship Study, Durham, N.Ca., Duke University Press.
  • Bob Jessop (ed), Regulation Theory and the Crisis of Capitalism Vol 1: The Parisian Regulation School, Edward Elgar.
  • Bob Jessop (ed), Regulation Theory and the Crisis of Capitalism Vol 2: European and American Perspectives on Regulation, Edward Elgar.
  • Bob Jessop (ed), Regulation Theory and the Crisis of Capitalism Vol 3: Regulationist Perspectives on Fordism and Post-Fordism, Edward Elgar.
  • Bob Jessop (ed), Regulation Theory and the Crisis of Capitalism Vol 4: Country Studies, Edward Elgar.
  • Bob Jessop (ed), Regulation Theory and the Crisis of Capitalism Vol 5: Developments and Extensions, Edward Elgar.
  • John Urry (ed), Bodies of Nature, Sage.


  • Nicholas Abercrombie and Alan Warde, Contemporary British Society, Third Edition, Cambridge, Polity.
  • Nicholas Abercrombie, Stephen Hill and Bryan S. Turner (eds), The Penguin Dictionary of Sociology, Fourth Edition, Penguin.
  • Sara Ahmed, Jane Kilby, Celia Lury, Maureen McNeil and Beverley Skeggs (eds), Thinking Through Feminism, Routledge,
  • Sarah Ahmed, Jane Kilby, Celia Lury, Maureen McNeil and Beverley Skeggs (eds), Transformations, Routledge.
  • Anne Cronin, Advertising and Consumer-Citizenship: Gender, Images and Rights, Routledge
  • Anne-Marie Fortier, Migrant Belongings: Memory, Space, Identity, Berg
  • Sarah Frankin, Celia Lury and Jackie Stacey, Global Nature, Global Culture: Gender, Theory and Culture, London, Sage
  • Peter Fritzsche and Kevin Hetherington, Mapeando as Modernidades (edited and translated by Beatriz Jaguaribe and Maria Isabel Mendes de Almeida), Rio de Janiero: EDUCAM.
  • Simon Guy and Elizabeth Shove, 2000, A Sociology of Energy Buildings and the Environment, London, Routledge.
  • Richard Harper, Dave Randall and Mark Rouncefield, Organisational Change and Retail Finance: An Ethnographic Perspective, London and New York, Routledge.
  • Kevin Hetherington, New Age Travellers: Vanloads of Uproarious Humanity, London: Cassell.
  • Kevin Hetherington and John Law (eds), Special Issue of Society and Space: After Networks.
  • Michael Redclift, Elizabeth Shove, Barend van der Meulen and Sujatha Raman, Social Environmental Research in the European Union: Research Networks and New Agendas, Cheltenham: Elgar.
  • Mimi Sheller, Democracy After Slavery: Black Publics and Peasant Rebels in Haiti and Jamaica, Macmillan, August.
  • John Urry, Sociology Beyond Societies: Mobilities for the Twenty-First Century, London and New York, Routledge.
  • John Urry (ed), Special Issue of the British Journal of Sociology: Sociology Facing the Next Millennium
  • Larry Busch, The Eclipse of Morality: Science, State and Market, Hawthorne, NY: Aldine DeGruyter.


  • Jeanette Edwards and Sarah Franklin, Technologies of Procreation: kinship in the age of assisted conception, (second edition), London, Routledge.
  • Bob Jessop and Russell Wheatley (eds), Karl Marx's Social and Political Thought, Routledge
  • John Law and John Hassard (eds), Actor Network Theory and After, Oxford, Blackwell
  • Larry Ray and Andrew Sayer (eds), Culture and Economy after the Cultural Turn, London, Sage
  • Andrew Sayer, Realism and Social Science, London, Sage


  • Brita Brenna, Ingunn Moser and John Law (eds), Machines, Agency and Desire, Oslo, TMV, 1998
  • Sarah Franklin and H. Ragone, Reproducing Reproduction: kinship, power and technological innovation, U Penn, 1998
  • Ken Hahlo, Communities, Networks and Ethnic Politics, Aldershot, Ashgate
  • Kevin Hetherington, Expressions of Identity: Space, Performance, Politics, London, Thousand Oaks Ca., New Delhi: Sage/Theory, Culture and Society
  • Annette Kuhn and Jackie Stacey (eds), Screen Histories: a Screen Reader, Oxford, Oxford
  • Phil Macnaghten and John Urry, Contested Natures, London, Sage
  • Bulent Diken, Strangers, Ambivalence and Social Theory, Aldershot, Ashgate

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