202MC bibliography: 2014-15

Ahmed, S. (2002) ‘Racialised Bodies,’ in M.Evans and E.Lee (eds) Real Bodies. London:  Palgrave.

Andreouli, E. (2013) “Identity and Acculturation: The Case of Naturalised Citizens in Britain.” Culture & Psychology 19 (20): 165-183.

Garner, S. (2012) “A Moral Economy of Whiteness: Behaviours, Belonging and Britishness.” Ethnicities 12 (4): 445-464.

Gilroy, P. (1987) There Ain’t No Black in the Union Jack. London: Routledge. (Introduction)

Gilroy, P. (1982) “The Myth of Black Criminality.The Socialist Register pp.47-56. Hall, S. (2011) “The Neoliberal Revolution.” Cultural Studies 25(6): 705-728. Hall, S. (1978) Policing the Crisis: Mugging, the State, and Law and Order. London: Macmillan. Haylett, C. (2001) “Illegitimate subjects? Abject whites, neoliberal modernisation, and middle-class multiculturalism.Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 19 (3): 351-370. Hayward, K. and Yar, M. (2006) “The ‘chav’ phenomenon: Consumption, media and the construction of a new underclass.Crime Media Culture 2 (1): 9-28.

Hussain, Y. and Bagguley, P. (2005) “Citizenship, Ethnicity and Identity: British Pakistanis after the 2001 ‘Riots’.” Sociology 9(3): 407–425.

Michael, L. (2009) “Securing civic relations in the multicultural city.” in Citizenship, Security and Democracy: Muslim Engagement with the West (W. Krause, ed.), pp. 164-186. London: International Institute of Islamic Thought.

Moore, P. and Forkert, K. (2014) “Class and Panic in British Immigration.” Capital & Class 38 (3): 497-505.

Reay, D. et al. (2007) ” ‘A Darker Shade of Pale?’ Whiteness,the Middle Classes and Multi-Ethnic Inner City Schooling.”Sociology 41(6): 1041–1060.

Reay, D. and Lucey, H. (2000) ” ‘I really don’t like it here but I don’t want to be anywhere else’: children and inner city council estates.Antipode 32 (4): 410-428.

Rose, N. (1999) Governing the Soul: The Shaping of the Private Self. New York: Free Associations Books.

Skeggs, B. (2005) “The Making of Class and Gender through Visualizing Moral Subject Formation.” Sociology 39: 965-982. Tyler, I. (2013) “The Abject Politics of British Citizenship.” In Revolting Subjects: Social Abjection and Resistance in Neoliberal Britain. London: Zed Books. pp.48-74.

Sketches of VE Day from 70 years ago – visual culture

The Queen, McQueen and pearly queens: 50 years of Britishness – in pictures

Tyler, I. (2013) “Britain and Its Poor.” In Revolting Subjects: Social Abjection and Resistance in Neoliberal Britain. London: Zed Books. pp.154-178.

Tyler, I. (2010) “Designed to fail: a biopolitics of British Citizenship. Citizenship Studies 14(1): 61-74.

Tyler, I. (2008) ” ‘Chav Mum, Chav Scum’: class disgust in contemporary Britain.Feminist Media Studies 8 (1): 17-34.

Watts, P. and Stenson, K. (1998) ” ‘It’s a Bit Dodgy Around Here’: Safety, Danger, Ethnicity and Young People’s Usage of Public Spaces.” in Skelton, T. and Valentine, G. Eds. Cool Places: Geographies of Youth Cultures. London: Routledge. pp. 249-267. Webster, C. (2003) “Race, Space and Fear: imagined geographies of racism, crime, violence and disorder in Northern England.Capital & Class 80: 95-122. Yilmaz, F. (2012) “Right-wing Hegemony and Immigration: How the Populist Far-Right Achieved Hegemony through the Immigration Debate in Europe.” Current Sociology 60 (3): 368-381.

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