Refereed Articles

  • Alison Bowes
    Evaluating an Empowering Research Strategy: Reflections on Action-Research with South Asian Women

  • Odette Parry
    In One Ear and Out the Other: UnmaskingMasculinities in the Caribbean Classroom

  • Martyn Hammersley & Roger Gomm
    Bias in Social Research

  • Beth Humphries
    From Critical Thought to Emancipatory Action: Contradictory Research Goals?

  • Nirmal Puwar
    Reflections on Interviewing Women MPs

  • Carey Jewitt
    Images of Men: Male Sexuality in Sexual Health Leaflets and Posters for Young People

  • Norma Romm
    Becoming More Accountable: A Comment on Hammersley and Gomm

  • Dianne Millen
    Some Methodological and Epistemological Issues Raised by Doing Feminist Research on Non-Feminist Women

  • G. Coates
    Organisation Man - Women and Organisational Culture

  • Martyn Hammersley
    A Reply to Humphries

  • Martyn Hammersley and Roger Gomm
    A Response to Romm

  • Bogusia Temple
    'Collegial Accountability' and Bias: The Solution or the Problem?

  • Sara Scott
    Here Be Dragons: Researching the Unbelievable, Hearing the Unthinkable. A Feminist Sociologist in Uncharted Territory

  • Annie Huntington
    A Critical Response to Sara Scott's 'Here be Dragons: Researching the Unbelievable, Hearing the Unthinkable. A Feminist Sociologist in Uncharted Territory'

  • Sue Wise
    Reading Sara Scott's 'Here Be Dragons'

  • Sara Scott
    Dancing to Different Tunes: A Reply to Responses to Here Be Dragons

  • Stevi Jackson
    Feminist Sociology and Sociological Feminism: Recovering the Social in Feminist Thought

  • Gayle Letherby
    'Claims and Disclaimers: Knowledge, Reflexivity and Representation in Feminist Research'

  • Fiona Gill and Catherine Maclean
    Knowing your Place: Gender and Reflexivity in two Ethnographies

  • Myra Hird
    From The Culture of Matter to the Matter of Culture: Feminist Explorations of Nature and Science

  • Sue Wise and Liz Stanley
    Looking Back and Looking Forward: Some Recent Feminist Sociology Reviewed

    Book Reviews

  • Paul Atkinson
    Don Kulick and Margaret Willson (editors): Taboo: Sex, Identity and Erotic Subjectivity in Anthropological Fieldwork

  • Pamela Cotterill
    Shelley Phillips: Beyond the Myths: Mother and Daughter Relationships in Psychology, History, Literature and Everyday Life

  • John Goodwin
    Calvin Thomas: Male Matters: Masculinity, Anxiety, and the Male Body on the Line

  • April Brayfield
    Heidi Gottfried (editor): Feminism and Social Change: Bridging Theory and Practice

  • Alexandra Howson
    Martha McMahon: Engendering Motherhood: Identity and Self-Transformation in Women's Lives

  • Colette Fagan
    Daphne Spain and Suzanne M. Bianchi: Balancing Act: Motherhood, Marriage and Employment among American Women
    Suzan Lewis and Jeremy Lewis: The Work-Family Challenge

  • Stephanie Linkogle
    Sasha Roseneil: Disarming Patriarchy: Feminism and Political Action at Greenham

  • Claire Wallace
    Hilary Pilkington: Gender, Generation and Identity in Contemporary Russia

  • Fiona Devine
    Juliet Webster: Shaping Women's Work: Gender, Employment and Information Technology

  • Gill Clarke and Sarah Gilroy
    Gillian A. Dunne: Lesbian Lifestyles: Women's Work and the Politics of Sexuality

  • Paula Frederick
    Nira Yuval-Davis: Gender and Nation

  • Angelo Soares
    Shin Ja Um: Korean Immigrant Women in the Dallas-Area Apparel Industry: Looking for Feminist Threads in Patriarchal Cloth

  • Christine Griffin
    Youth Research in the 1990s: Time for (Another) Rethink (extended review)

  • Harriet Bradley
    David L. Collinson and Jeff Hearn: Men as Managers, Managers as Men: Critical Perspectives on Men, Maculinities and Managements