Journal Articles

2019


My Unexpectedly Militant Bots: A Case for Programming-as-Social-Science

Phillip Brooker, Lecturer in Sociology

Brooker, P. (2019) My Unexpectedly Militant Bots: A Case for Programming-as-Social-Science, The Sociological Review [Online First], available.

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Cultural Engagement and the Economic Performance of the Cultural and Creative Industries: An Occupational Critique

Peter Campbell, Dave O’Brien and Mark Taylor

Campbell, P., O’Brien, D. & Taylor, M. (2019) Cultural Engagement and the Economic Performance of the Cultural and Creative Industries: An Occupational Critique, Sociology 53(2): 347-367.

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2018


Decolonising Criminology: Syed Hussein Alatas on Crimes of the Powerful

Dr Leon Moosavi, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology

Coleman, R. (2018) Moosavi, L. (2018) Decolonising Criminology: Syed Hussein Alatas on Crimes of the Powerful, Critical Criminology 

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Tensions in Teaching Character: How the ‘Entrepreneurial Character’ is Reproduced, ‘Refused’ and Negotiated in an English Academy School

Dr Kirsty Morrin, ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow

Coleman, R. (2018) Morrin, K. (2018) ‘Tensions in Teaching Character: How the ‘entrepreneurial character’ is reproduced, ‘refused’ and negotiated in an English academy school’ Sociological Research Online

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The Synoptic City: State, Place and Power

Dr Roy Coleman, Sociology and Criminology Lecturer

Coleman, R. (2018) ‘The Synoptic City: State, Place and Power’, in Space and Culture, Jan 09/2018

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Rethinking Engagement with Online News through Social and Visual Co-Annotation

Dr Phillip Brooker, Lecturer in Sociology

Wood G, Long K, Feltwell T, Rowland S, Brooker P, Mahoney J, Vines J, Barnett J and Lawson S (2018) “Rethinking Engagement with Online News through Social and Visual Co-Annotation”, CHI ‘18 Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, New York: ACM, 1-12.

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Researching with Twitter Timeline Data: A Demonstration via “Everyday” Socio-Political Talk Around Welfare Provision

Dr Phillip Brooker, Lecturer in Sociology

Brooker P, Barnett J, Vines, J, Lawson S, Feltwell T, Long K and Wood G (2018) “Researching with Twitter Timeline Data: A Demonstration via “Everyday” Socio-Political Talk Around Welfare Provision”, Big Data & Society, 5(1), 1-13.

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Programming Visuals, Visualising Programs

Dr Phillip Brooker, Lecturer in Sociology

Brooker P, W. Sharrock & C. Greiffenhagen (2018) “Programming visuals, visualising programs”, Science and Technology Studies [online first], 1-22.

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Violence as Work: Ethnomethodological Insights into Military Combat Operations

Dr Michael Mair, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology

Elsey, C., Mair, M. & Kolanoski, M. (2018) ‘Violence as Work: Ethnomethodological Insights into Military Combat Operations’, Psychology of Violence, 8(3): 316-328, available open access.

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Armed Drones: A Sociotechnical and Socio-Legal Perspective

Dr Michael Mair, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, and Mr Alex Holder

Holder, A., Minor, E. & Mair, M. (2018) ‘Armed Drones: A Sociotechnical and Socio-Legal Perspective’, Journal of the Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, June, 1-17, available open access. 

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‘The Planners’ Dream Goes wrong?’ Questioning Citizen-Centred Planning

Dr Michael Mair, Senior Lecturer and Dr Paul Jones, Senior Lecturer

Lord, A., Mair, M. Sturzaker, J. & Jones, P. (2017) ‘‘The Planners’ Dream Goes wrong?’ Questioning Citizen-Centred Planning, Local Government Studies, 43(3): 344-363, available

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2017


Doing Stigma: Online Commenting Around Weight Related News Media

Dr Phillip Brooker, Lecturer in Sociology

Brooker P, Barnett J, Vines J, Lawson S, Feltwell T and Long K (2017) “Doing Stigma: Online Commenting Around Weight Related News Media”, New Media & Society, OnlineFirst, 1-22.

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The Value of Social Media Data: Integrating Crowd Capabilities in Evidence-Based Policy

Dr Phillip Brooker, Lecturer in Sociology

Panagiotopoulos P, Bowen F and Brooker P, (2017) “The Value of Social Media Data: Integrating Crowd Capabilities in Evidence-Based Policy”, Government Information Quarterly, 34(4), 601-612.

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What Would Wittgenstein Say About Social Media?

Dr Phillip Brooker, Lecturer in Sociology

Brooker P, Dutton W & Greiffenhagen C (2017) “What Would Wittgenstein Say About Social Media?”, Qualitative Research, 17(6), 610-626.

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Heterogeneity in drinking practices in England and Wales and its association with violent behaviour: A latent class analysis

Dr Carly Lightowlers, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology

Lightowlers C. (2017). Heterogeneity in drinking practices in England and Wales and its association with violent behaviour: A latent class analysis. Substance Use and Misuse. Online First, 1-12

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Counter-Discourse Activism on Social Media: The Case of Challenging “Poverty Porn” Television

Dr Phillip Brooker, Lecturer in Sociology

Feltwell, T., J. Vines, K. Salt, M. Blythe, B. Kirman, J. Barnett, Brooker P & S. Lawson (2017) “Counter-Discourse Activism on Social Media: The Case of Challenging “Poverty Porn” Television”, Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 26(3), 345-385.

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Could you define that in bot terms?: Requesting, creating and using bots on Reddit

Dr Phillip Brooker, Lecturer in Sociology

Long, K., J. Vines, S. Sutton, Brooker P, T. Feltwell, B. Kirman, J. Barnett & S. Lawson (2017) “Could you define that in bot terms?: Requesting, creating and using bots on Reddit” CHI ‘17 Proceedings of the 35th Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, New York: ACM, 3488-3500.

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"I’ve been manipulated!”: Designing second screen experiences for critical viewing of reality TV

Dr Phillip Brooker, Lecturer in Sociology

Feltwell, T., G. Wood, K. Long, Brooker P, T. Schofield, I. Petridis, J. Barnett, J. Vines & S. Lawson (2017) “"I’ve been manipulated!”: Designing second screen experiences for critical viewing of reality TV", CHI ‘17 Proceedings of the 35th Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, New York: ACM, 2252-2263.

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Using Multilevel Path Modeling to Examine the Statistical Effect of Transport Deprivation on the Self-Reported Health and Mental Health of Older People Who Live Alone and in Rural Areas

Dr Stefanie Doebler, Lecturer in Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology

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