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Crow, Graham (1997) Comparative sociology and social theory: beyond the three worlds, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 216pp.

Crow, Graham (1997) What do we know about the neighbours? Sociological perspectives on neighbouring and community. In, Hogett, Paul (ed.) Contested communities: experiences, struggles, policies. Bristol, UK, Policy Press.

Davis, Carol (1997) Women’s Conversations in a Minangkabau Market: Toward an Understanding of the Social Context of Economic Transactions, Hull, UK, University of Hull, Centre for South-East Asian Studies, 28pp. (Occasional paper 33).

Floud, Roderick and Harris, Bernard (1997) Health, height and welfare: Britain 1700-1980. In, Steckel, Richard H. and Floud, Roderick (eds.) Health and Welfare During Industrialization. Chicago, USA, University of Chicago Press, 91-126. (National Bureau of Economic Research Project Report).

Halford, Susan and Savage, Mike (1997) Rethinking restructuring: embodiment, agency and identity in organizational change. In, Lee, Roger and Wills, Jane (eds.) Geographies of Economies. UK, Arnold.

Halford, Susan, Savage, Mike and Witz, Anne (1997) Gender, careers and organisations: current developments in banking, nursing and local government, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 304pp.

Harris, Bernard (1997) Anti-alienism, health and social reform in late-Victorian and Edwardian Britain. Patterns of Prejudice, 31, (4), 3-34.

Harris, Bernard (1997) Food in history. European History Quarterly, 27, (4), 581-586.

Harris, Bernard (1997) Growing taller, living longer? anthropometric history and the future of old age. Ageing and Society, 17, (5), 491-512. (doi:10.1017/S0144686X97006594).

Heath, Sue (1997) Preparation for Life? Vocationalism and the Equal Opportunities Challenge, London, UK, Ashgate Publishing

Indrizal, E., Kreager, P. and Schroeder-Butterfill, E. (1997) The structural vulnerability of older people in matrilineal society: the Minangkabau of West Sumatra, Indonesia. In, Sokolovsky, Jay (ed.) The Cultural Context of Aging: Worldwide Perspectives. Second Edition. Westport, US, Greenwood, 383-394.

Kelly, S.E., Marshall, P.A., Sanders, L.M., Raffin, T.A. and Koenig, B.A. (1997) Understanding the practice of ethics consultation: results of an ethnographic multi-site study. Journal of Clinical Ethics, 8, (2), 136-149.

Leonard, Pauline (1997) Women behaving badly? Restructuring gender and identity in British broadcasting organisations. The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 3, (1), 9-25. (doi:10.1177/1081180X98003001003).

Meyer, Traute (1997) Hausarbeit als Erwerbsarbeit? Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Umwandlung von Hausarbeit in bezahlte Dienstleistungen. In, Gersson, Raul (ed.) Report to Housework as Paid Work (In German: Hausarbeit als Erwerbsarbeit eine Berliner Fachtagung zur Europawoche 1997 ; Berichte, Materialien, Dokumente). Berlin, UK, Department of Labour, 15-22.

Meyer, Traute (1997) Im Schatten der Krise. Über das „Ende der Dienstleistungsgesellschaft“ und die öffentliche Dienstleistung von Frauen. In, Kerchner, Brigitte and Wilde, Gabriele (eds.) Staat und Privatheit. Aktuelle Studien zu einem schwierigen Verhältnis. Opladen, Germany, Leske + Budrich, 239-257.

Meyer, Traute (1997) Ist Sozialpolitik ein Risiko für Frauenrenten? In, Bavaria, Sozialverband VdK (ed.) Politik - Ein Risiko für die Renten. Berlin, DE, DVFR, 45-64.

Meyer, Traute (1997) Ungleich besser? Die ökonomische Unabhängigkeit von Frauen im Zeichen der Expansion sozialer Dienstleistungen [Unequally better? The economic independence of women and the expansion of the welfare state], Berlin, Germany, Sigma

Meyer, Traute (1997) Wider "Selbstbedienungsökonomie" und "Brotverdienermodell"? Beschäftigungspolitische Chancen der Subventionierung haushaltsnaher Dienstleistungen in Deutschland. In, Behning, Ute (ed.) Das Private ist ökonomisch. Widersprüche der Ökonomisierung privater Familien- und Haushaltsdienstleistungen. Berlin, Germany, Edition Sigma, 189-205.

Pringle, Rosemary (1997) Feminist theory and the world of the social. Current Sociology, 45, (2), 75-89.

Roth, S. (1997) Labor movement and women. In, McFadden, Margaret (ed.) Ready Reference: Women's Issues. Pasadena, USA, Salem Press, 489-493.

Roth, Silke (1997) Developing working class feminism: a biographical approach to social movement participation in the Coalition of Labor Union Women. In, Stryker, Sheldon, Owens, Timothy J. and White, Robert W. (eds.) Self, Identity, and Social Movements. Minneapolis, USA, University of Minnesota Press. (Social Movements, Protest and Contention Series, 13).

Roth, Silke (1997) Founding mothers, rebellious daughters, political animals, and fighting victims: four types of members in a feminist organization. In, 14th International Qualitative Analysis Conference, Toronto, Canada, Aug 1997.

Roth, Silke (1997) Garment industry and women: labor movement and women. In, McFadden, Margaret (ed.) Ready Reference: Women's Issues. Pasadena, USA, Salem Press, 367-493.

Sweetman, Paul (1997) Cyberspace/Cyberbodies/Cyberpunk: cultures of technological embodiment. Mike Featherstone and Roger Burrows, (eds), Sage, London, 1995, £13.95, 280 pp. The Sociological Review, 45, (3), 522-524. (doi:10.1111/1467-954X.00075).

Ungerson, Clare (1997) Give them the money: is cash a route to empowerment? Social Policy & Administration, 31, (1), 45-53. (doi:10.1111/1467-9515.00036).

Ungerson, Clare (1997) Social politics and the commodification of care. Social Politics, 4, (3), 362-381. (doi:10.1093/sp/4.3.362).

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