Sunday, 13 December 2009

List of all publications


The assessment of the implications of radium contamination of Dalgety Bay beach and foreshore. With Heaton B, Glasser F, Jones S, Glendinning A & Sell D. The Scottish Office Central Research Unit. HMSO : Edinburgh 1996. ISSN 0950 2254 ISBN 0 7480 5448 0.

Women’s Work in East and West: The Dual Burden of Employment and Family Life in China, Japan, Great Britain and the USA, (with Norman Stockman and Sheng Xuewen), Cambridge Studies in Social Inequality. London: UCL Press, 1995.

Football, Violence and Social Identity. Edited with Giulianotti R and Hepworth M, London, Routledge 1994.

The Politics and Finance of Provincial Government in Papua New Guinea. Research Monograph Series, Centre for Research in Federal Financial Relations, The Australian National University, ANUTECH, Canberra, 1986.


‘Challenging Digital Inequalities: Barriers and Prospects’, with Tait, E., Komolafe, O. in Feng Li (Ed) The Social Implications and Challenges of E-business. Hershey Pa.: The Idea Group 2007.

‘Migration, marriage and the life-course: commitment and residential mobility’ (with McCleery A and Forster E) in Halfacree K and Boyle P, ch 8, 136 - 150, in Gender and Migration in the Developed World. London: Routledge, 1999.

‘Women’s Working Lives in China, Japan, Great Britain’ (with Stockman N & Sheng X) in Haves and Have Nots: An International Reader on Social Inequality, Curtis J & Tepperman L (Eds), Prentice-Hall, Canada, 1997 ISBN 0-13-011669-6

‘How different are the lives of British and Japanese women?’ pp105-108 in UK and Japan: Government and Society. London: The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, 1997.

“Managing the Dual Burden: Full and Part-time Employment by Mothers of Young Children” Childhood and Parenthood (with Stockman N and Sheng X) pp 104-116 in Brannen J & O’Brien M. Institute of Education, University of London 1995.

“Gender Roles and the Division of Labour at Home and in Paid Work in China, Japan and Great Britain” (with Stockman N and Sheng X), pp 177-190, Marriage and the Family in Chinese Society: Selected Readings, Mei K, Lan Lin P, and Peng H, University of Indianapolis Press, 1994 and pp 93-99 in Phyllis Lan Lin et al (Eds), Families: East and West, University of Indianapolis Press and University of Tunghai Press, 1992.

“Full-time Houseworkers: Changing Roles and Diverging Experiences” (with Reinach E) 17pp in Inequalities in Employment; Inequalities in Home Life. (ed) Dunne G A, Blackburn R M and Jarman J, Sociological Research Group, University of Cambridge, 1993.

“Local Economic Development; Perspectives from Scotland’s North East”, Ch in Danson M and Lloyd G (Eds) Changing Local Economies; Responses and Initiatives in Grampian and Tayside, Planning Exchange, Glasgow, 1987.

“Aberdeen and Dundee; A Tale of Two Cities in the Oil Era”, pp 186-191 in P Cooke (Ed) “Global Restructuring Local Response”, London, Economic and Social Research Council, 1986.


'Modernising the Monarchy: The Oaths of Office' Political Quarterly, 81, 4, 564 - 570.

'The Monarchy, the State and Religions: Modernising the Relationships', Political Quarterly, 81, 2, April/June 2010

'Looming issues for Scotland and the Union'. Political Quarterly, 79, 4, 560 - 568, October - December 2008.'

‘The Settled Will of the Scottish People: What’s New for Scotland’s Parliaments?’ Political Quarterly, 78, 301 – 309, April/June 2007.

‘Gender, Employment and Social Class’, Work, Employment and Society, 21 (1), March 2007, 143 – 155.

‘Overworked Britons?’ Work, Employment and Society, 19 (2) 2005, June, 391 - 401.

“Local Democracy Renewed?” Political Quarterly, 75, 1 January – March 2004, 43-51.

“The Scottish Parliament and Participatory Democracy”, Political Quarterly, 74, 4, October 2003, 459 – 467.

“Scottish Devolution: What Lies Beneath?” Political Quarterly 73, 2 pp 135 - 143, April 2002.

“Language and Power in Japanese Industrial Transplants in Scotland” (with Wright C. & Kumagai, F.) Sociological Review 2001, 49, 2, 236 - 253.

“Globalisation or Dependent Development?: The case of Japanese Owned Companies in Scotland” (with Kumagai, F. & Wright C.) pp 153-175 in The Globalisation of Work: Research in the Sociology of Work, 6, 1997, JAI Press, Greenwich CT & London.

“Hope in the Ghetto: Will President Clinton Make a Difference to Black America?”, New Community, 20, 4, July 1994, 693-701.

“Shifting Spheres: The Work and Family and Family Life of Japanese Female Graduates”, (with Norman Stockman and Sheng Xuewen), Work, Employment and Society, 8, 3, September 1994, 387-406.

“The Dual Burden: East and West (Women’s Working Lives in China, Japan and Great Britain)” (with Sheng Xuewen and Norman Stockman), pp 209-223, International Sociology, vol 7, no 2, June 1992. Reprinted in Haves and Have-nots, ed, Tepperman L & Curtis J, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1994 and in Tepperman L et al Small World: International Readings in Sociology, Prentice Hall of Canada, 1994.

“Gender and Migration”, Sociological Review, with John Love, vol 39, no 2, pp 335-348, May 1991.

“Gender, Household and Social Class”, British Journal of Sociology, XXXIX, No 1, 1988, pp 28-45.

“Dual Earning Couples; Trends of Change in Great Britain”, Work, Employment and Society, Vol 2, No 1, 1988, pp 89-101, reprinted in The Future of Work and Unemployment, Ed M Featherstone, pp 151-166, Centre for the Study of Adult Life, Teesside Polytechnic, 1990.

“Local Government and Political Development in Papua New Guinea”, Public Administration and Development, Vol 2 113-127, April-June 1982.

“The Scottish Assembly: A Proving Ground for Parliamentary Reform?”, Political Quarterly, Vol 49, No 2, April-June 1978, 191-199.

“Work and Ghetto Culture”, British Journal of Sociology, XXVI, No 4, Dec 1975, 435-447. Reprinted in S G McNall (Ed), The Sociological Perspective, Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, 1977, 83-91.

“Black Capitalism and the Development of the Ghetto in the USA”, New Community, Journal of the Community Relations Commission, IV, No 1, Winter/Spring 1974/5.

“Race and Politics in Chicago in the Daley Era”, Race, XV, 3, 1974, 329-350.

“Time-cost Data in Agency Administration: Efficiency Controls in Family and Children’s Service” (with L H Streicher) Social Work (US), Vol 15, No 4 October 1970, 23-31.


“The Truth Behind the Full Monty” Careers Guidance Today 6, 4, Winter 1998, 8 - 11, (with Jeffrey G).

“The Class War Continues”, Sociology, 32, 3, August, 1998, 601 - 605.

“The Black Ghetto and Mainstream America”, Ethnic and Racial Studies 19, 1 January 1996, 193-200.

“The Social Roles of Women in Japan” Newsletter of the Japan Society of Scotland, May 1997.

“Research Training in a ‘Real Life’ Survey”, Sociology Teaching Handbook, Sociology Teaching Handbook Group, British Sociological Association, 1993.

“The Los Angeles Riot and the Centenary of the Department of Sociology of the University of Chicago”, Network, No 54, pp 10-11, October 1992.

“Women’s Work in China, Japan and Great Britain” (with Sheng Xuewen and Norman
Stockman), Sociology Review, Vol 2, No 1, September 1992.

“Theories of Gender and Social Class”, Sociology Review, Vol 1, No 3, pp 2-5, February 1992.

With Edwin van Teijlingen, “Information Technology in Teaching Research Methods: An Integrated Approach” SocInfo; Information Technology in Sociology and the Policy Sciences”, No 8, August 1992, pp 27-29.

With Fiona French and Edwin van Teijlingen, The Potential of Teleworking in Grampian Region, Economic Development and Planning Department, Grampian Regional Council, 1991, 78pp.
With Edwin van Teijlingen, “Teaching Research Methods: a Practical Approach” Computer Education, November, 1991, p 25.

“Foreword”, pp 10-14, Bloody Casuals: Diary of a Football Hooligan, Northern Books, Famedram, Dumbartonshire, 1989.

“Scotland’s Mixed Tale of Two Cities”, Town and Country Planning, Vol 54, No 5, pp 174-5, 1985.

“Female Employment in the Aberdeen Area, 1971-1984”, Report to the Equal Opportunities Commission. Extracts published under the same title in Women and Men in Scotland: A Statistical Profile, Equal Opportunities Commission, Glasgow and Manchester, June 1985.

‘So Which Way Wins Your Vote?’,Edinburgh Evening News, 22 March 2004
‘More Room for Sense of Community’ Edinburgh Evening News, 1 November 2003.
‘No Way Back for Labour Old Guard’ Edinburgh Evening News 6 August 2003.
‘Class Warriors in the Hills’ The Times Higher Educational Supplement 25 July 2003
‘Continental Drift to New World Order’ Edinburgh Evening News, 18 July 2003
‘Gulf War II’ Times Higher Educational Supplement 21/9/01
“Closing the Health Gap: A Challenge for the Scottish Parliament” The Herald, 3.10.98
“Things not what they seem” Times Higher Education Supplement p12, 5 September 1997
“Class Struggle from the Bottom Up”, The Herald, Education Section, 9 September 1997
“The battle between officers and men; trade union democracy.” The Times Higher Education
Supplement”, 7 February 1986, p 11.