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Identities, Inequalities and Policy in Contemporary Society, 2021/22, Semester 1
Dr Nick Piper
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Abbas, T. (2005), ‘British south Asian Muslims: before and after September 11’, in Abbas, T. (ed) (2005) Muslim Britain : communities under pressure. London: Zed Press.

Abrahamsen, R. (2004). The power of partnerships in global governance. Third World Quarterly25(8), 1453-1467.

Acheson, D. 1998. Independent inquiry into inequalities in health : report. ISBN: 0113221738. London: The Stationary Office.

Alcoff, L. 2006. Identity politics reconsidered. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Ali, S. (2003) Mixed-race, post-race : gender, new ethnicities, and cultural practices, Oxford: Berg: Chapter 8

Allen, C. (2005) ‘From Race to Religion: the New Face of Discrimination’, in Abbas, T. (ed) Muslim Britain : communities under pressure. London: Zed Press.

Allen, C. (2010) Islamophobia, Farnham: Ashgate.

Ambagtsheer, F., and W. Weimar. 2012. A criminological perspective: why prohibition of organ trade is not effective and how the declaration of Istanbul can move forward." American journal of transplantation. ISSN: 1600-6135 12.3 (2012): 571-575.

Ambagtsheer F, Zaitch D, van Swaaningen R,  Duijst W, Zuidema W,  Weimar W. 2012. Cross-Border Quest: The Reality and Legality of Transplant Tourism. Journal of Transplantation ISSN: 2090-0007.

Araral, E., Fritzen, S., Howlett, M., Ramesh, M., & Wu, X. (2013). Routledge Handbook of Public Policy. Routledge. (Chapter 2 The policy-making process)     

Araral, E., Fritzen, S., Howlett, M., Ramesh, M., & Wu, X. (2013). Routledge Handbook of Public Policy. Routledge. (Chapter 4 International dimensions and dynamics of policy-making)     

Atkinson, R. (2016) Limited exposure: Social concealment, mobility and engagement with public space by the super-rich in London, Environment and planning. A : environment and planning. ISSN: 0308-518x, 48(7): 1302-1317

Babic, M. M. and Dowling, M. 2015: Social support, the presence of barriers and ideas for the future from students with disabilities in the higher education system in Croatia, Disability & society., 30 (4): 1159-1163.

Bache, I., & Flinders, M. (2004). Multi-level governance and the study of the British state. Public policy and administration19(1), 31-51.

Barnes, C. (2010) Exploring Disability: a sociological introduction. 2nd Edition. Cambridge: Polity.

Barnes, C. and Mercer, G. (2003) Disability. Oxford: Polity.

Barter, J. (2009). Postmodernism and the Sociology of Religion.

Barthes, R., 1972. Steak and chips. A. Lavers, trans.), in: Mythologies, pp.62-4.

Bauman, Z. and Vecchi, B. 2004. Identity: conversations with Benedetto Vecchi. Cambridge: Polity.

Beckett A E 2006, Citizenship and vulnerability : disability and issues of social and political engagement Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Bell, K. (2014). The breast-cancer-ization of cancer survivorship: Implications for experiences of the disease. Social science & medicine., 110, 56-63.

Benwell, B. (2003) Introduction: masculinity and men's lifestyle magazines, The sociological review.

Benwell, B. (2007) ‘New sexism? Readers' responses to the use of irony in men's magazines’ Journalism studies., Taylor & Francis

Berry, P. (2004). Postmodernism and post-religion. In S. Connor (Ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Postmodernism (Cambridge Companions to Literature, pp. 168-181). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/CCOL0521640520.009  

Berry, P., & Wernick, A. (1992). Shadow of Spirit: Postmodernism and religion. Routledge.

Biernat,M. Dovidio,J. (2000) Stigma and Stereotypes in Heatherton,T F. Kleck,R E. Hebl,M R and Hull,J G. (eds)   The social psychology of stigma ISBN: 1572305738. London, The Guilford press.  Chapter 4, pp 88-112

Birkland, T. (2010). An introduction to the policy process : theories, concepts, and models of public policy making (Third edition.). M.E. Sharpe. (Chapter 1)    

Bloch, A. (2000) A New Era or More of the Same? Asylum Policy in the UK, Journal of Refugee Studies (2000) 13(1): 29-42v

Boaz A, Grayson, L, Levitt R and Solesbury W (2008) Does evidence based policy work? Learning from the UK experience, Evidence & policy. ISSN: 1744-2648; 1744-2656 4(2): 233-253.

Bohle HG, Downing TE, & Watts MJ 1994, "Climate change and social vulnerability: towards a sociology and geography of food insecurity", Global environmental change : human and policy dimensions., vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 37-48.

Bonnell C (2018) Defending evidence informed policy making from ideological attack, British Medical Journal, 362 doi:

Bravo-Lopez, F. (2011) ‘Towards a definition of Islamophobia: approximations of the early twentieth century’, Ethnic and racial studies., 34(4): 556-73.

Brembeck, H., 2012. Cozy Friday: An analysis of family togetherness and ritual overconsumption. In Czarniawska, B. and Löfgren, O. eds., 2012. Managing overflow in affluent societies ISBN: 9781136325212 (e-book). Routledge..

Brewer, M., & Gardiner, L. (2020). The initial impact of COVID-19 and policy responses on household incomes. Oxford Review of Economic Policy.,

Broughton., Kanabar, R. and Martin, N (2015) Wealth in the downturn. Winners and Losers', Social Market Foundation and Understanding Society/ ISER - Available online:

Brown K 2014, "Beyond protection: 'the vulnerable' in the age of austerity," in Social policies and social control : new perspectives on the 'not-so-big society', Harrison M & Sanders T, eds., Bristol, Policy Press.

Brown K 2015, Vulnerability and young people : care and social control in policy and practice Policy Press, Bristol.

Brown, K., Kenny, S., Turner, B. and Prince, J., 2000. Rhetorics of welfare : uncertainty, choice and voluntary associations ISBN: 9781403919816 (e-book). Springer.

Brown, W. 1993. Wounded attachments. Political theory. pp.390-410.

Brubaker, R. and Cooper, F. 2000. Beyond "identity". Theory and society.. 29, pp.1-47.

Bryne, B. (2009) ‘Not just class: towards an understanding of middle-class schooling choice’, Ethnic and racial studies., 32 (3): 424-441

Bytheway, B. (2005) ’Ageism’, in Johnson, M.L., Coleman, P. and Bengtson, V. (eds) The Cambridge Handbook of Age and Ageing, Cambridge University Press.

Carp, R. (2010). Resilient Religion: Media, the Senses, and Religion in Postcolonial Postmodernity: Aesthetic Formations: Media, Religion, and the Senses. The Senses & Society5(2), 263–.

Cairney, P. (2011). The new British policy style: From a British to a Scottish political tradition?. Political Studies Review9(2), 208-220.

Cairns, K., Johnston, J. and Baumann, S., 2010. Caring about food: Doing gender in the foodie kitchen. Gender & society. ISSN: 0891-243224(5), pp.591-615.

Caldas-Coulthard, C.R. and Iedema, R. 2008. Identity trouble : critical discourse and contested identities. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Campbell, F.K. (2009) Contours of ableism : the production of disability and abledness. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Campbell, H., 2000. The glass phallus: Pub (lic) masculinity and drinking in rural New Zealand. Rural sociology. ISSN: 0036-011265(4), pp.562-581.

Carp, R. (2010). Resilient Religion: Media, the Senses, and Religion in Postcolonial Postmodernity: Aesthetic Formations: Media, Religion, and the Senses. The Senses & Society5(2), 263–.  

Carrera, M.V. et al. 2012. Sex/gender identity: Moving beyond fixed and ‘natural’ categories. Sexualities.. 15(8), pp.995-1016.

Carrigan, M. and Szmigin, I. (2000) Advertising in an ageing society Ageing and society. 20, 217-33

Carter, J.B. (2007) The heart of whiteness : normal sexuality and race in America, 1880-1940, Durham: Duke University Press

Clifford-Napoleone, A.R. 2016. Metal, Masculinity, and the Queer Subject. In: Heesch, F. and Scott, N. eds. Heavy metal, gender and sexuality: interdisciplinary approaches. Abingdon: Routledge.

Cohen, S. (1996) Anti-Semitism, Immigration Controls and the Welfare State in Taylor, D. (ed) Critical social policy : a reader : social policy and social relations ISBN: 9780761950349 (pbk); 0761950346 London, Sage Publications. Chapter 2 pp27-47

Colls, R., 2004. ‘Looking alright, feeling alright’: emotions, sizing and the geographies of women's experiences of clothing consumption. Social and cultural geography. ISSN: 1464-93655(4), pp.583-596

Connell, R. 1995. Masculinities. Cambridge: Polity.

Costa Dias, M., Joyce, R., Postel‐Vinay, F., & Xu, X. (2020). The challenges for labour market policy during the Covid‐19 pandemic. Fiscal Studies41(2), 371-382.

Croft, S. (2012), Securitizing Islam : identity and the search for security, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Cuddy, A.J.C., Norton, M.L. and Fiske, S.T. (2005) This old stereotype: the pervasiveness and persistence of the elderly stereotype, The journal of social issues. 61, 2, 267-85.

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Davies HTO, Nutley SM and Smith, PC (2000) What Works? Evidence based policy and practice in public services, Bristol, Policy Press. 

Davies, G. 2006. Patterning the geographies of organ transplantation: corporeality, generosity and justice. Transactions ISSN: 0020-275431(3), 257-271. 

Davis, L. (1995) Enforcing normalcy: disability, deafness and the body. London: Verso.

Day, K. Gough, M and McFadden, M. (2004) Warning! alcohol can seriously damage your feminine health”: A discourse analysis of recent British newspaper coverage of women and drinking Feminist Media Studies: Volume 4, Issue 2

Degnen, C. (2007) Minding the gap: the construction of old age and oldness among peers, Journal of aging studies. 21, 1, 69-80.

deLeon, P., & Weible, C. M. (2010). Policy process research for democracy: A commentary on Lasswell’s  vision. International Journal of Policy Studies, 1(2), 23–34.

Dolowitz, D. P., & Marsh, D. (2000). Learning from abroad: The role of policy transfer in contemporary policy‐making. Governance13(1), 5-23.

Dolowitz, D., and Marsh, D. (1996). Who learns from whom: a review of the policy transfer literature. Political Studies, 44 (2): 343 57.

Dorling, D. (2013) ‘Fairness and the changing fortunes of people in Britain’, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A. 176, part 1, 97-128

Dorling, D. (2014) Inequality and the 1%

Dorling, D. (2015/2010) Injustice : why social inequality persists

Dorling, D. 2010. Injustice: Why Social Inequality Persists. Bristol: Policy Press.

Dorling, D. et al. 2000. The ghost of Christmas past: health effects of poverty in 1896 and 1991. British medical journal. ISSN: 0959-8138; 1468-5833; 0959-8146; 0959-8154; 0959-535X; 1756-1833. 32, pp.1547-1551.

Du Gay, P. 1996. Consumption and identity at work. London: Sage.

Du Gay, P. and Hall, S. 1996. Questions of cultural identity. London: Sage.

Du Gay, P. et al. 2000. Identity : a reader. London: SAGE.

Dunn, K.M. (2001) ‘Representations of Islam in the Politics of Mosque Development in Sydney’, Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie = Journal of economic and social geography. 92(3): 291–308.

Ecclestone K & Lewis L 2014, "Interventions for resilience in educational settings: challenging policy discourses of risk and vulnerability", Journal of education policy., vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 195-216.

Ehrenreich, B. Welcome to Cancerland: A Mammography Leads to a Cult of Pink Kitsch. Harper's Magazine (November 2001), 43-53. - Available online:

Eilers, M. (ed) The human enhancement debate and disability : new bodies for a better life. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. E-BOOK (see forward by Tom Shakespeare in particular).

Elliott, A. 2008. Concepts of the Self. Second edition ed. Cambridge: Polity.

Ellison, N. and Burrows, R. (2007) New spaces of (dis) engagement? Social politics, urban technologies and the rezoning of the city, Housing studies. ISSN: 0267-3037, 22(3): 295–312

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Ellison N 2000, "Proactive and defensive engagement: social citizenship a changing public sphere", Sociological research online., vol. 5, no. 3.

Emmel N & Hughes K 2010, "'Recession, it's all the same to us son': the longitudinal experience (1999-2010) of deprivation", Twenty-first century society, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 171-182.

Emmel N & Hughes K 2014, "Vulnerability, inter-generational exchange, and the conscience of generations," in Understanding families over time : research and policy, Holland J & Edwards R, eds., Palgrave, Basingstoke.

Emmel ND & Hughes K 2009, "Small N access cases to refine theories of social exclusion and access to socially excluded individuals and groups," in The SAGE handbook of case-based methods, Byrne D & Ragin C, eds., Sage, London.

Emmel ND, Hughes K, Greenhalgh J, & Sales A. Accessing socially excluded people-trust and the gatekeeper in the researcher-participant relationship. Sociological research online. 12[2]. 2007.

England, S. (2009) 'Mixed and multiracial in Trinidad and Honduras: rethinking race identities in Latin America and the Caribbean' Ethnic and racial studies., 33 (7): 1194-1213

Esping-Andersen, G. (1990) The three worlds of welfare capitalism, Cambridge, Polity Press, (ch 1 and 2)

Evans, D., Welch, D. and Swaffield, J., 2017. Constructing and mobilizing ‘the consumer’: Responsibility, consumption and the politics of sustainability. Environment and planning. A : environment and planning. ISSN: 0308-518x49(6), pp.1396-1412.

Faludi, S. 2000. Stiffed : the betrayal of modern man. London: Vintage.

Fausto-Sterling, A. 1992. Myths of gender: biological theories about women and men. New York, NY: BasicBooks.

Fealy, G., McNamara, M., Treacy, M.P. and Lyons, I. (2012) Constructing Aging and age identities: a case study of newspaper discourses, Ageing and society. 32, pp. 85-102.

Fekete, L. (2009), A suitable enemy : racism, migration and Islamophobia in Europe, Pluto, London.

Field, C D.(2007) ‘Islamophobia in Contemporary Britain: the evidence of opinion polls, 1988-2006’, Islam and Christian-Muslim relations. 18(4): 447-77.

Fineman MA 2008, "The vulnerable subject: anchoring equality in the human condition", Yale Journal of Law and Feminism, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 1-23.

Finney, N. Robinson. (2008)  Local press, dispersal and community in the construction of asylum debates   Social and Cultural Geography (2008) Volume 9, Issue 4 2008 , pages 397 – 413

Folke C 2006, "Resilience: the emergence of a perspective for social-ecological systems analysis", Global environmental change : human and policy dimensions., vol. 16, pp. 253-267.

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Frankenburg, R. (1993) White Women, race matters: the Social Construction of Whiteness, London: Routledge

Frankenburg, R. (ed) (1999) Displacing whiteness : essays in social and cultural criticism, Durham: Duke University Press

Franks, M. (2000) ‘Crossing the borders of whiteness? White Muslim women who wear the hijab in Britain today’, Ethnic and racial studies., 23(5): 917-29.

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Gabriel, Y. and Lang, T., 2015. The unmanageable consumer. Sage.

Garnham, N. (2005). From cultural to creative industries: An analysis of the implications of the “creative industries” approach to arts and media policy making in the United Kingdom. International journal of cultural policy, 11(1), 15-29.

Gauntlett, D. 2008. Media, gender and identity: An introduction. Abingdon: Routledge.

Gibson, A. F., Lee, C., & Crabb, S. (2015). ‘Take ownership of your condition’: Australian women’s health and risk talk in relation to their experiences of breast cancer. Health, risk and society., 17(2), 132-148.

Gibson,S. (2003) Accommodating strangers: British hospitality and the asylum hotel debate, Journal for Cultural Research, Volume 7, Issue 4 October 2003, pages 367 – 386

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Gill, R. (2007) ‘Critical Respect: The Difficulties and Dilemmas of Agency and ‘Choice’ for Feminism, The European journal of women's studies., Volume 14, Issue 1

Gill, R. (2003), "Power and the production of subjects: a genealogy of the New Man and the New Lad", in Benwell, Bethan, Masculinity and men's lifestyle magazines ISBN: 1405114630, Oxford, UK Malden, MA, USA: Blackwell Publisher/Sociological Review, pp. 34–56.

Gill, R. and Scharff, C, (2011) New femininities : postfeminism, neoliberalism and subjectivity, Routledge

Gilroy, P. (2004) After empire : melancholia or convivial culture? London: Routledge

Goffman,E. (1963) Stigma: Notes on the management of spoiled identity. Englewood Cliffs, Prentice-Hall. Chapter 1, pp 1-40.

Gollust, S.E., Eboh, I. and Barry, C.L. (2012) ‘Picturing obesity: Analyzing the social epidemiology of obesity conveyed through US news media images’, Social science & medicine. 74, 10, 1544-1551

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Goodley, D. (2010) Disability studies : an interdisciplinary introduction. London: Sage.

Goodley, D. 2014. Dis/ability studies : theorising disablism and ableism. 1st Edition. ed. Abingdon: Routledge.

Goodley, D., Hughes, B. and Davis, L. (Eds) (2012) Disability and social theory : new developments and directions. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gorsky, M. (2008). The British National Health Service 1948–2008: a review of the historiography. Social History of Medicine21(3), 437-460.

Gottshalk, P. and Greenberg, G. (2008) Islamophobia : making Muslims the enemy Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

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Hall, S. 1990. Cultural Identity and Diaspora. In: Rutherford, J. ed. Identity : community, culture, difference. London: Lawrence and Wishart, pp.222-237.

Hall, S. 1996. Who needs 'identity'? In: Hall, S. and Du Gay, P. eds. Questions of cultural identity. London: Sage, pp.15-30.  

Hall, Stuart (1995), 'The Whites of Their Eyes - Racist Ideologies and the Media' in Dines, Gail and Humez, Jean M., Gender, Race and Class in Media - A Text Reader, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, London and New Dehli.

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Harrison, M., Hemingway, L., Sheldon, A., Pawson, R. and Barnes, C. 2009: Evaluation of Provision and Support for Disabled Students in Higher Education, London: HEFCE/HEFCW.

Hassan, L (2000) Deterrence Measures and the Preservation of Asylum in the United Kingdom and United States Journal of refugee studies. ISSN: 0951-6328 (2000) 13(2): 184-204

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Hayes,D. (2002) From aliens to asylum seekers in Cohen,S. Humphries,B. and Mynott,E. (eds) From immigration controls to welfare controls ISBN: 0415250838 (pbk); 041525082X. London,Routledge, Chapter 3, pp 30-44.

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Hill, R.L. 2011. Is Emo Metal? Gendered Boundaries and New Horizons in the Metal Community. Journal for cultural research.. 15(3), pp.297-313.

Hills, J. Cunliffe, J. Obolenskaya, P. and Karagiannaki, E. (2015) Falling behind, getting ahead: the changing structure of inequality in the UK, 2007-2013. Social Policy in Cold Climate, Research Report 5. The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK. - Available online:

Hilvoorde, I.V. and Landeweerd, L. (2010) Enhancing disabilities: transhumanism under the veil of inclusion? Disability and rehabilitation., 32 (26), 2222-2227.

Hogg, E. and Baines, S., 2011. Changing responsibilities and roles of the voluntary and community sector in the welfare mix: a review. Social policy and society : a journal of the Social Policy Association. ISSN: 1474-7464; 1475-307310(3), pp.341-352.

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Holliday, R. and Cairnie, A., 2007. Man made plastic: Investigating men’s consumption of aesthetic surgery. Journal of consumer culture. ISSN: 1469-54057(1), pp.57-78.

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Hollows, J., 2003. Oliver's twist: Leisure, labour and domestic masculinity in The Naked Chef. International journal of cultural studies. ISSN: 1367-87796(2), pp.229-248.

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Howlett, M., Ramesh, M., & Perl, A. (2009). Studying public policy: Policy cycles and policy subsystems. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Chapter 7: Policy Implementation)

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Hussain, Y. and Bagguley, P. (2012) ‘Securitised Citizens: Islamophobia, racism and the 7/7 London Bombings’, The sociological review., vol. 60, no. 4: 714-33.

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Ingold J and Monaghan M (2016) Evidence translation: an exploration of policy makers use of evidence, Policy and politics. ISSN: 0305-5736; 1470-8442, 44(2): 171-190.

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Jones, R. L. (2006) ‘Older people’ talking as if they are not older people: positioning theory - Available online:

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Kaiser, K. (2008). The meaning of the survivor identity for women with breast cancer. Social science & medicine., 67(1), 79-87.

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Knill, C., & Tosun, J. (2012). Public policy : a new introduction, Palgrave Macmillan. (Chapter 1 Chapter 1 Introduction)     

Knill, C., & Tosun, J. (2012). Public policy : a new introduction, Palgrave Macmillan. (Chapter 10 Public policy beyond the nation-state)     

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