• Publications
  • Influence
Breaking Out Again: Feminist Ontology and Epistemology
"Breaking Out" is an established publication in the field of feminist sociology. Initially published in 1983 and making a significant contribution to the development of a distinct feministExpand
  • 1,027
  • 40
The Auto/biographical: The theory and practice of feminist auto/biography
Introduction: On feminism, culture politics and post/modern selves enter the author, the auto/biographical I. Part 1 On auto/bimography: fictions and lives the presumptive feminist reinscribing "bio"Expand
  • 249
  • 21
Big structures, large processes, huge comparisons
  • 191
  • 13
On Auto/Biography in Sociology
The specification of temporal origins for biography and autobiography — typically within the Enlightenment or modernism — that appear in sociological discussion are interrogated through discussingExpand
  • 267
  • 12
Feminist Praxis: Research, Theory and Epistemology in Feminist Sociology
Brief biographies. Acknowledgements. Part 1. Feminist Praxis and the Academic Mode 1. Feminist praxis and the academic mode of production: an editorial introduction Liz Stanley 2. Method, methodologyExpand
  • 384
  • 7
The SAGE Encyclopedia of Research Methods
  • 25
  • 6
The ESRC's 2010 Framework for Research Ethics: Fit for Research Purpose?
The ESRC's (2010) Framework for Research Ethics extends the remit of its 2005 research ethics framework in three significant ways: the system is to be fully mandatory and it will no longer beExpand
  • 44
  • 5
  • PDF
Rethinking ‘Current Crisis’ Arguments: Gouldner and the Legacy of Critical Sociology
Proclamations of ‘current crisis’ in sociology are long-standing and have recently resurfaced in Britian and North America. This article explores the response of Alvin Gouldner to an earlier 1970sExpand
  • 14
  • 5
  • PDF