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Armstrong, Chris (2007) Life-styles, life-chances and radical politics: Giddens on the 'new egalitarianism'. Imprints: Egalitarian Theory and Practice, 9, (3), 191-210.

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Bridges, J.M. and Lynam, M.J. (1993) Informal carers: a Marxist analysis of social, political, and economic forces underpinning the role. Advances in Nursing Science, 15, (3), 33-48. (PMID:8434902).

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Coleman, Peter G. and Podolskij, Andrei (2007) Identity loss and recovery in the life stories of Soviet WWII veterans. The Gerontologist, 47, (1), 52-60.

Collier, A. (2001) Christianity and Marxism: A Philosophical Contribution to their Reconciliation , London, UK, Routledge, 160pp.

Collier, A. (2003) In Defence of Objectivity, London, UK, Routledge, 256pp. (Routledge Studies in Critical Realism, 9).

Collier, A. (2004) Marx, Oxford, UK, One World, 192pp. (Oneworld Philosophers).

Cornwall, Mark (2006) Stirring resistance from Moscow: the German communists of Czechoslovakia and wireless propaganda in the Sudetenland, 1941–1945. German History, 24, (2), 212-242. (doi:10.1191/0266355406gh372oa).

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García-Guirao, Pedro and Beaulieu, Yannick (2009) Puig Antich, Salvador (1948–1974). In, Ness, Immanuel (ed.) The International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest. Hoboken, US, Blackwell Publishing Inc, 2776-2777. (doi:10.1111/b.9781405184649.2009.01227.x).

Gill, Clare (2011) Reading the 'Religion of Socialism': Olive Schreiner, the Labour Church and the construction of left-wing reading communities in the 1890s. In, Halsey, Katie and Owens, W.R. (eds.) The History of Reading, Volume 2: Evidence from the British Isles, c. 1750-1950. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 48-63.

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Harris, Jonathan (2013) The Utopian globalists: artists of worldwide revolution, 1919-2009 , Chichester, GB, Wiley-Blackwell, 360pp.

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Kelly, Michael (1998) André Marty. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 236-237.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Bernard-Henri Lévy. In, Hughes, Alex and Reader, Keith (eds.) Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. London, UK; New York, USA, Routledge, 335-336. (Encyclopedias of Contemporary Culture).

Kelly, Michael (2000) Catholicism and the left in twentieth-century France. In, Chadwick, Kay (ed.) Catholicism, Politics and Society in Twentieth-Century France. Liverpool, UK, Liverpool University Press, 142-174.

Kelly, Michael (1991) Catholics and communism in liberation France, 1944-47. In, Tallett, Frank and Atkin, Nicholas (eds.) Religion, Society and Politics in France since 1789. London, UK; Rio Grande, USA, Hambledon Press, 187-202.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Daniel Mayer. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 241.

Kelly, Michael (1999) Everyday marxism. The convergent analyses of Roland Barthes and Henri Lefebvre. In, Dolamore, James (ed.) Making Connections: Essays in French Culture and Society in Honour of Philip Thody. Oxford, UK; Bern, Switzerland; Berlin, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; Frankfurt am Main, Germany; New York, USA; Wien, Austria, Peter Lang, 135-146.

Kelly, Michael (1997) French intellectuals and zhdanovism. French Cultural Studies, 8, (22), 17-28.

Kelly, Michael (1983) Gorky, Aragon and socialist realism. The Crane Bag, 7, (1), 108-111.

Kelly, Michael (1977) Louis Althusser and marxist theory. Journal of European Studies, 7, (27), 189-203.

Kelly, Michael (1978) Louis Althusser and the problems of a marxist theory of structure. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Section C, 78, (7), 199-212.

Kelly, Michael (1995) Marxism. In, France, Peter (ed.) The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 505-506.

Kelly, Michael (1990) Marxism and faith. In, Cornick, Martyn (ed.) Beliefs and Identity in Modern France. Loughborough, UK, Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France and European Research Centre, 179-193.

Kelly, Michael (1984) Marxism and literature. In, Nolan, Kevin B. (ed.) Karl Marx: the Materialist Messiah. Dublin and Cork, Ireland, Mercier Press, 84-92. (The Thomas Davis lecture series).

Kelly, Michael (1982) Modern French Marxism, Oxford, UK: Baltimore, USA, Blackwell: John Hopkins University Press, 240pp.

Kelly, Michael (1994) Philosophies of Marxism: Gramsci, Lukacs, Benjamin, Althusser. In, Kearney, Richard (ed.) Twentieth Century Continental Philosophy. London, UK; New York, USA, Routledge, 222-251. (Routledge History of Philosophy, 8).

Kelly, Michael (1983) Realism, surrealism and socialist realism. Bradford Occasional Papers, 4, 118-128.

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Martin, Roderick (2002) Politicized managerial capitalism: enterprise structures in post-socialist central and eastern Europe. Journal of Management Studies, 39, (6), 823-839. (doi:10.1111/1467-6486.00313).

Martin, Roderick (1999) Transforming management in Central and Eastern Europe, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 226pp.

Mason, Andrew (1995) The state, national identity and distributive justice. (In special issue: British national identity in a European context. Guest editor: Bhikhu Parekh). New Community, 21, (2), 241-254.

Morton, Stephen (2003) “Workers of the world unite" and other impossible propositions. Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 5, (2), 290-298. (doi:10.1080/1369801031000113003).

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Newton, Kenneth (1969) The sociology of British communism, London, UK, Allen Lane, 214pp.

Nicholson, Jenifer Margaret (2010) The role of educative thought in the life and work of Antonio Gramsci. University of Southampton, School of Education, Doctoral Thesis , 171pp.

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Pathak, Pathik (2013) Is Russell Brand lost in revolutionary rabbit holes? Pioneer's Post

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Rainnie, A., Smith, A. and Swain, A. (2002) Employment and work restructuring in transition. In, Smith, A., Rainnie, A. and Swain, A. (eds.) Work, employment and transition: restructuring livelihoods in post-communism. London, UK, Routledge, 7-34.

Rainnie, A., Smith, A. and Swain, A. (2002) Work, employment and transition: restructuring livelihoods in post-communism, London, Routledge, 276pp.

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Sacker, Richard (1999) A Radiant Future. The French Communist Party and Eastern Europe, 1944-1956, Bern, Switzerland; Berlin, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; Frankfurt, Germany; New York, USA; Oxford, UK; Wien, Austria, Peter Lang, 344pp.

Smith, A.M. (2002) Rethinking 'survival' in austerity: economic practices and household economies in Slovakia. In, Rainnie, A., Smith, A.M. and Swain, A. (eds.) Work, employment and transition: restructuring livelihoods in post-communism. London, UK, Routledge, 227-245.

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Taylor, B. (2004) Eroticism, poetism, communism: the case of Karel Teige. In, Czech Surrealism: Centre for the Study of Surrealism and its Legacies, University of Essex, UK, 28 - 29 Sep 2004.

Timm, Anja (2003) The production of ambition: the making of a Baltic business elite. London School of Economics, University of London, Department of Anthropology, Doctoral Thesis .

Timm, Anja, Stryker, Rachael and Patico, Jennifer (eds.) (2001) Swedish space, "western magic" and Baltic ambitions: the making of a Baltic business elite in Riga, Latvia. The Paradoxes of Progress: Globalization and Postsocialist Cultures, 86, 165-179.

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