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Christopher Brooke and Elizabeth Frazer (eds) Political and Philosophical Perspectives on Education, forthcoming Taylor Francis
Elizabeth Frazer and Kimberly Hutchings 'Revisiting Ruddick: Feminism, Pacifism and Nonviolence' in Catia Confortini and Fiona Robinson eds Journal of International Political Theory special issue on Ruddick
Elizabeth Frazer and Kimberly Hutchings 'Feminism and Pacifism Revisited'
Sophie Duchesne, Elizabeth Frazer, Florence Haegel, Virginie Van Ingelgom Citizens Reactions to European Integration Compared: Overlooking Europe Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Elizabeth Frazer "'Mary Wollstonecraft and Catharine Macaulay on Education" Oxford Review of Eudcation Vol 37 no.5 October 2011 pp.603-618
Christopher Brooke and Elizabeth Frazer (eds) special issue of Oxford Review of Education: Political and Philosophical Perspectives on Education, Part 2 Oxford Review of Eudcation Vol 37 no.5 October 2011
with Kimberly Hutchings: 'Remnants and Revenants: politcs and violence in the work of Giorgio Agamben and Jacques Derrida' British Journal of Politics and International Relations Vol 13 no.2 May 2011 pp.127-144.
with Kimberly Hutchings:‘Virtuous violence and the politics of statecraft in Machiavelli, Clausewitz and Weber’ Political Studies Vol 59, issue 1, March 2011 pp.56-73.
with Kimberly Hutchings 'Avowing Violence: Foucault and Derrida on Politics, Discourse and Meaning' Philosophy and Social Criticism vol 37 issue 1 Jan 2011
Christopher Brook and Elizabeth Frazer (eds) Special Issue: Political and philosophical perspectives on education, Part 1, Oxford Review of Education Vol 36 no.5 October 2010; Christopher Brook and Elizabeth Frazer 'Introduction' pp. 521-525
Review article: ‘What’s real in political philosophy?’ (Williams In the Beginning was the Deed: realism and moralism in political argument, 2005; Geuss, Philosophy and Real Politics 2008) Contemporary Political Theory Vol 9 pp 490-507 2010; doi:10.1057/cpt.2010.2
Alan Finlayson and Elizabeth Frazer Fictions of Sovereignty: Shakespeare, Theatre and the Representation of Rule Parliamentary Affairs 2010; doi: 10.1093/pa/gsq035
Sophie Duchesne, Florence Haegel, Elizabeth Frazer, Virginie Van Ingelgom, Guillaume Garcia et André-Paul Frognier 'Europe between integration and globalisation: Social differences and national frames in the analysis of focus groups conducted in France, Francophone Belgium and the UK' Politique Européenne no.30, Winter 2010, pp.67-106.
Citizenship Education: celebrating politics? in 'Tony Wright on Doing Politics Differently: the commentators' The Political Quarterly vol 80 no.4 November 2009 pp.585-586
Hannah Arendt: the risks of the public realm, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy Vol 12 no.2 June 2009, pp 203-224.
with Kimberly Hutchings ‘Politics, Violence and Revolutionary Virtue: Reflections on Locke and Sorel’ forthcoming in Special Issue of Thesis 11: a journal of critical theory and historical sociology:“Contesting the Legacy of ‘89’: Revolutionary Narratives and Non-Violence in European Political Theory” Edited by Christopher Finlay and Stefan Auer, Number 97, May 2009 pp.45-62.
‘Political Theory and the Boundaries of Politics’ in David Leopold and Marc Stears (eds) Political Theory: Methods and Approaches Oxford University Press, 2008 pp171-195
‘Overview: Key Perspectives, Traditions and Disciplines’ James Arthur, Carole Hahn and Ian Davies (eds) Sage Handbook of Education for Citizenship and Democracy, 2008, pp 281-291
'Mary Wollstonecraft on Politics and Friendship’ Political Studies Vol 56 no.1 March 2008 pp 237-256
Elizabeth Frazer and Kimberly Hutchings, ‘On Politics and Violence: Arendt contra Fanon’ Contemporary Political Theory vol 7 no.1 February 2008 pp. 90-108: winner of the Contemporary Political Theory prize for the 2008 volume.
‘Depoliticising Citizenship’ British Journal of Educational Studies Vol 55 no.3 September 2007 pp 249-263
'Arguement and Rhetoric in the Justification of Political Violence' with Kimberly Hutchings in European Journal of Political Theory vol 6 no.2 April 2007 pp.180-199.
‘Max Weber on Ethics and Politics’ in Politics and Ethics Review Vol 2 no.1 Spring 2006 pp 19-37
‘Iris Marion Young and Political Education’ in Educational Philosophy and Theory vol 38.1 2006 pp39-55; this collection published as Mitja Sardoc ed Citizenship, Inclusion and Democracy: a symposium on Iris Marion Young Blackwell Publishing 2006
Stephen Coleman, Elizabeth Frazer and Helen Hardman: ‘Democratic Culture and the Internet: Constructing an agenda for critical research’ Krzystof Piech (ed) The Knowledge Based Economy in Transition Countries: selected issues SSEESS, London, 2004 pp 141-174.
‘Sex Differences in Political Knowledge in Britain’ with Kenneth Macdonald in Political Studies vol 51 pp 67-83 March 2003
‘Local Social Relations: public, club and common goods’ in V Nash (ed) Reclaiming Community Institute for Public Policy Research 2002
‘Democracy Citizenship and Gender’ in A Carter and G Stokes (eds) Democratic Theory Today, Polity Press 2002
'Probably the Most Public Occasion the World has ever Known: Public and Private in the Death of Diana, Princess of Wales' in Journal of Political Ideologies vol 5 pp201-223 2000
'Culture and Identity' in P. Dunleavy, A. Gamble, G. Peele and I.Holliday (eds) Developments in British Politics 6, Macmillan, 2000
'Citizenship Education: Anti-Political Culture and Political Education in Britain' Political Studies vol 48 pp88-103 2000. Abridged version published in Education for Democracy: Contexts, Curricula, Assessments Walter C Parker (ed) Greenwich Ct: Information Age Publishing 2002; Abridged version published in Andrew Lockyer (ed) Education for Democratic Citizenship Aldershot: Ashgate 2003
'Communitarianism' in Gary Browning, Abigail Halcli and Frank Webster (eds) Understanding Contemporary Society: theories of the present London, Sage, 2000
The Problems of Communitarian Politics: Unity and Conflict: Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1999
Elizabeth Frazer (ed) 'Political Education': special issue Oxford Review of Education vol. 25, 1999.
Elizabeth Frazer 'Introduction' op cit pp.5-22.
Nicholas Emler and Elizabeth Frazer 'Politics: the Edcucation Effect' op cit pp.251-274.
'Unpicking Communitarianism: a critique of 'the communitarian family' ' in Gill Jagger and Caroline Wright (eds) Changing Family Values London, Routledge, 1999
"Community Politics" in Citizen Summer 1998
"Feminist Political Theory" in Jackie Jones and Stevi Jackson (eds) Contemporary Feminist Theories Edinburgh University Press, 1998
"Communitarianism" in Adam Lent (ed) New Political Thought: an introduction London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1998
Elizabeth Frazer and Nicholas Emler "Participation and Citizenship: a new agenda for youth politics research? in John Bynner, Lynne Chisholm and Andy Furlong (eds) Youth, Citizenship and Social Change in a European Context Aldershot: Ashgate 1997
Publicity and Public Life: a response
to Susan Moller Okin’s ‘Is Multiculturalism Bad for Women?’
reprinted in Is Multiculturalism Bad for Women? edited by Joshua Cohen and Matthew Howard, Princeton Univerisity Press, 1999.
"Method Matters: Feminism, Interpretation and Politics" in Andrew Vincent (ed) Political Theory: tradition, diversity, ideology Cambridge University Press 1997
"Feminisme et communautarisme" Pouvoirs numero 82 sur les "Femmes en politique" l997
"The Value of Locality" in G Stoker and D King (eds) Rethinking Local Democracy Basingstoke: Macmillan 1996
"Is Theory Gendered?" Journal of Political Philosophy vol 4 1996 pp 169-189
"Feminism and Liberalism" in James Meadowcroft (ed) Reappraising the Liberal Tradition Cheltenham: Edward Elgar 1996 pp 115-137
entries on Feminist Philosophy of Science, Communitarianism, Social Constructionism, Onora O'Neill, Alfred Schutz, Public/Private Distinction, Michele Le Doeuff, Feminist Epistemology, Feminist Ethics, in Ted Honderich (ed) The Oxford Companion to Philosophy Oxford: Oxford University Press 1995
"What's New in the Philosophy of Social Science?" Oxford Review of Education vol 21 1995 pp 267-281
Elizabeth Frazer and Nicola Lacey "Politics and the Public in Rawls' Political Liberalism" Political Studies, vol 43 1995 pp 233-247
Deborah Cameron and Elizabeth Frazer "Cultural Difference and the Lust to Kill" in Penelope Harvey and Peter Gow (eds) Sex and Violence: issues in representation and experience London: Routledge 1994
Deborah Cameron and Elizabeth Frazer ‘On the Question of Pornography and Sexual Violence: moving beyond cause and effect’ in Catherine Itzin (ed) Pornography: Women Violence and Civil Liberties, Oxford University Press, 1994; reprinted in Drucilla Cornell (ed) Feminism and Pornography Oxford University Press 2000
Elizabeth Frazer and Nicola Lacey 'Blind Alleys': Communitarianism" Politics vol 14 1994; also Nicola Lacey and Elizabeth Frazer "Reply to Lowe" (rejoinder to Toby Lowe "Communitarianism as a Blind Alley?") Politics vol 16 1996
"Politics and Correctness" Politics vol 14 no.1 1994
Elizabeth Frazer and Nicola Lacey (1994) "MacIntyre, Feminism and the Concept of Practice" in John Horton and Susan Mendus (eds) After MacIntyre: critical perspectives on the work of Alasdair MacIntyre Oxford: Polity Press
Frazer,Elizabeth and Lacey,Nicola (1993): The Politics of Community: a Feminist Critique of the Liberal Communitarian Debate,, Harvester Wheatsheaf, Hemel Hempstead
: "Talk about Class in a Girls' Public School". In: The Private Schooling of Girls: past and present. (Ed: Walford,Geoffrey) Woburn Press, London 1993
Frazer, Elizabeth, Hornsby, Jennifer, Lovibond, Sabina (eds) (1993) Ethics: a Feminist Reader Blackwell, Oxford
Cameron,Deborah; Frazer,Elizabeth; Harvey,Penelope; Rampton,BH; Richardson,Kay (1992): "Ethics, Advocacy and Empowerment: issues of method in researching language". Language and Communication Special Issue on Cameron et al 1992
Cameron,Deborah; Frazer, Elizabeth; Harvey, Penelope; Rampton, BH; Richardson, Kay (1992): Researching Language: issues of power and method,, Routledge, London, 1992; extract reprinted in Jane Sunderland (ed) Language and Gender: an advanced resource book Routledge (forthcoming 2004); extract reprinted in Adam Jaworski and Nicholas Coupland (eds) The Discourse Reader 2nd edn Routledge (forthcoming 2005)
Ballaster,Ros; Beetham,Margaret; Frazer,Elizabeth; Hebron,Sandra (1991): Women's Worlds: Ideology Femininity and the Woman's Magazine. Macmillan, Basingstoke.
Frazer,Elizabeth; Lacey,Nicola (1990): "Communitarianism and Feminist Lives". Warwick Law Working Papers: Feminism and the Law
"Feminist Talk and Talking about Feminism: teenage girls' discourses of gender". Oxford Review of Education vol 15 1989
"Problems with the Theory of Ideology". Cogito vol 3 1989
Cameron,Deborah; Frazer,Elizabeth (1989): "Knowing What to Say: the Construction of Gender in Linguistic Practice". In: Social Anthropology and the Politics of Language. Sociological Review Monograph 36. (Ed: Grillo,Ralph) Routledge, London
"Teenage Girls Talking About Class". Sociology Vol 22 1988
Cameron,Deborah; Frazer,Elizabeth (1987): The Lust to Kill: a feminist investigation of sexual murder. Polity Press, Cambridge. (excerpt reprinted in: The Polity Reader in Gender Studies Polity Press, Cambridge, 1994)
Frazer,Elizabeth (1987): "Teenage Girls Reading Jackie". Media Culture and Society vol 9 (excerpt reprinted in: Bob Ashley (ed) The Study of Popular Fiction: a source book Pinter Publishers, London, 1989
Cameron,Deborah; Frazer,Elizabeth (1984): "The Liberal Organ: Needs, Rights and Pornography in The Guardian". Trouble and Strife no.4
Conference and Seminar Papers and Lectures......
December 2012 'Gender, violence, and politics' - keynote speech at Centre for Social Sciences 4th Annual Conference on Gender Studies: "War and Peace - Power and Representation of Men and Women", Tbilisi, Georgia December 6 2012
January 2012 'Greenham Common Revisited' at Political Thought Conference, St Catherine's College, Oxford
September 2011 'Machiavelli and Violence' on website Histories of Violence (University of Leeds) http://www.historiesofviolence.com/theory/machiavelli/
July 2010 'Political Education and Realism in Political Theory' at 'The Future of Political Theory' University of Sheffield.
December 2009 with Alan Finlayson 'Fictions of Sovereignty: Shakespeare, Theatre and the Representations of Rule' at Fictions and British Politics, (University of Nottingham) London 11.xii.09
September 2009, with Alan Finlayson: 'Theatrical Political Thought': at Drama and Politics, University of Ulster, Belfast, 3ix10.
April 2009, with Alan Finlayson: ‘Theatrical Political Thought: Shakespeare and the Staging of Civic Experience’ at Political Studies Association annual conference, panel: Politics and Drama (organised by Finlayson and Frazer) Manchester.
September 2008 ‘Citizens talking about Europe: discussion becoming political’ at UACES (University Association for Contemporary European Studies) ‘Rethinking the European Union’ panel Values and Ethos in an Enlarging Europe, Edinburgh, UK. http://www.uaces.org/Edinburgh.htm
March 2008 Is ‘political virtue’ a contradiction in terms?’ at After Politics Symposium, Keele University
October 2006 Comment les Francais, les Britanniques et les Belges francophones parlent de l’Europe? avec Sophie Duchesne, Florence Haegel, Guilliaume Garcia, Linda Pialek et Virginie van Ingelgom, Seminaire de Sociologie Politique, Cevipof Centre de Recherches de Sciences Po, Paris.
August 2006, American Political Science Association, Philadelphia: Panel ‘Conceptualising the Political Languages of Power’: Polical Power; Panel: ‘Power Violence and the Body’: On Power and Violence: Arendt contra Fanon with Kimberly Hutchings.
July 2006, Depoliticising Citizenship, International Conference on Citizenship and Teacher Education, Oriel College, Oxford
March 2006, Max Weber on Ethics and Politics, Centre for Political Ideologies seminar, University of Sheffield
November 2005, Depoliticising Citizenship, Creating Citizens? Issues for citizenship through education in Ireland, UCD School of Politics and International Relations, University College Dublin http://www.citizenship2005.ie/Creating_Citizens.htm
September 2005, Hannah Arendt on Ethics and Politics, Political Theory Workshops, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
July 2005, (and July 2004, 2003 and 2002) ‘What kind of a leader can a democratic woman be?’ speech to the Women’s Leadership Conference, Oxford,
July 2005, Citizenship Education and the Political Way, International Conference on Citizenship and Teacher Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Canada.
June 2005, with Kimberly Hutchings The Phenomenology of Political Violence Conference: The Barbarisation of Warfare, Wolverhampton University, UK.
April 2005 Mary Wollstonecraft and Political Friendship Workshop: The Politics of Friendship, ECPR 33rd Joint Sessions of Workshops, University of Granada, Spain
March 2005 Max Weber on Ethics and Politics Politics and Ethics Conference, University of Southern Mississippi, USA
October 2004 Max Weber’s four theories of politics Department of Philosophy, University of Durham
September 2004 Openness and closure in Max Weber’s and Hannah Arendt’s concepts of politics, Political Theory Workshops, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
August 2004 ‘The concept of politics’ Northern Political Theory conference, University of Stirling, UK
March 2004, The place of politics in political theory Department of Politics, University of Edinburgh
November 2003 ‘What is the place of ‘politics’ in ‘political thought’? at Teaching Political Thought Manchester Centre for Political Thought, University of Manchester UK
October 2003 Pluralism and Politics at ‘Approaches to Pluralism in Muslim Contexts’ Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations, Aga Khan University, Karachi http://www.aku.edu/news/majorevents/ismcconf-frazer.shtml
October 2003 ‘Politics and Representation’ at Political Representation in the Digital Age, Oxford Internet Institute
August 2003 ‘Validity and Reliability in Methods of Ideological Analysis’ (Roundtable on ‘Investigating Ideology) American Political Science Association Meeting, Philadelphia Pa.
June 2003 ‘Citizenship and Political Commitment’ at ITT Citized Conference: Political Literacy and Citizenship Education, London Metropolitan University, UK.
April 2003 with Stephen Coleman and Helen Hardman ‘Democratic Culture and the Internet’ for Knowledge Based Economy in Central and East European Countries: exploring new policy research agendas, Organising Committee of the Anglo-Polish Colloquium; School of Eastern European and Slavonic Studies, London
October 2002 Political Activism: an argument against communitarianism at Civic Activities and Communitarianism, Georg-August-Universitat, Gottingen,
July 2002 Leadership in Democracy School for Leaders, Warsaw, Conference for Women Leaders, Augustow, Poland
March 2002 Politics: Leadership in Democracy Common Purpose Programme Directors’ and Managers’ Conference, Grantham, UK
February 26 2002 What is Politics Today? Common Purpose Forum, London
September 2001, ‘Reading Rousseau Politically: discussant at panel ‘Liberalism: political philosophy without politics’ American Political Science Association Meeting, San Francisco
Apirl 2001, ‘Reading Rousseau Politically Political Studies Association, Manchester
November 2000, ‘Sex Differences in Political Knowledge in Britain’ Nuffield College, Oxford, Sociology Seminar
October 2000, with Kenneth Macdonald Age and Cohort Effects in young people’s political knowledge and participation’ Adolescents into Citizens: Integrating young people into Political Life, Marbach, Germany
September 1999 ‘Political Education and Anti-Political Culture: citizenship education in the British national curriculum’ American Political Science Association annual meeting, Atlanta, Georgia
March 1999 'Citizenship Education' , Political Studies Association annual conference, University of Nottingham.
March 9 1999 'Political Education and Anti-Political Culture' , University of Sussex, Political and Social Theory Seminar
March 1999 'Political Education and Anti-Political Culture' for "Western Political Theory Workshop" University of Exeter
July 1998 "Politics and Community" for 10th International Conference on Socio-Economics, Vienna
December 1997, "The Concept of Community" for conference: Liberalism and Communitarianism, Research School of Social Sciences, ANU, Canberra
December 1997 "The Idea of a Political Community" Research School of Social Sciences, ANU, Canberra, Philosophy Seminar
November 1997 "The Education Effect" Research School of Social Sciences, ANU, Canberra, Joint Sociology and Social and Political Theory Seminar
18.iv.97, University College Dublin, Department of Politics "Politics and Community"
February 1997 "Politics and Community", for "Community and Morality in a Democratic Society", New York University
January 1997, "The problem of social construction: Mary Wollstonecraft and the making of gendered virtue", for "Political Thought Conference", University of Wales Swansea, Gregynog
16.i.97, University of Sussex, Social and Political Thought Seminar, "Capitalism and Communitarianism"
28.x.96, University of Cambridge, Seminar in Political Theory and Intellectual History, "Feminism and Social Constructionism: the case of Mary Wollstonecraft"
June 1996 "Feminism and Social Constructivism: Mary Wollstonecraft and the making of gendered virtue", for "Morality and Ideology", Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford
January 1996 "Political and Social Participation and Citizenship" Framework Paper for "British Youth Research: The New Agenda", (Sponsored by University of Glasgow, Scottish BSA, ESRC)Glasgow
24.i.96, University of Kent at Canterbury, Department of Politics, "The Idea of a Political Community"
11.i.96, University of California, Los Angeles, Centre for the Study of Women, "Feminism and Political Community"
8.i.96, University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Law, "Politics and Community"
2.x.95, University of East Anglia, Department of Social Sciences, "On the Idea of a Political Community"
September 1995 "Ideas of Community" Plenary lecture for "Ideas of Community: an inter- disciplinary conference", University of West of England
24.xi.95, University of Edinburgh, Department of Politics, "The Idea of a Political Community"
August 1995 "Social Constructivism and Social Science" International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Florence
July 1995 "On the Idea of a Political Community" PSA Liberalism Group Conference: Difference and Political Community, University of Hull
September 1994, Rethinking Local Democracy, ESRC conference, St John's College, Oxford, "Community and Local Democracy"
September 1994 Citizenship and Cultural Frontiers, conference Staffordshire University: "Citizenship, Community and Locality"
11.xi.93, London School of Economics, Chaplaincy Lectures 1993 The Individual and the Community "The Politics of Community"
13.x.93, Nuffield College, Oxford, "Conceptions of Quality and Quantity in Sociology"
September 1993, Reappraising the Liberal Tradition, Sheffield University Department of Politics: "Liberalism and Feminism"
17.v.93, London School of Economics, Department of Government, "Feminism and Communitarianism".
April 1993, Political Studies Association, University of Leicester, "Is Theory Gendered?"
24.x.92, Manchester Ethnography Group Symposium: Ethnography and Critique, Manchester Metropolitan University "Ethnography, Critique and Empowerment"
30.vi.92, Christendom Consultation, St Gabriel's House, Westgate on Sea, "Communitarianism"
2.iii.92 University of York, Dept of Politics, "Feminism and Communitarianism"
21.ii.92 Geography Faculty, Oxford "Gender and Political Theory"
7.ii.92, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor (Southampton University Politics Department) "Feminism and Communitarianism"
Jan 1992, New College, Oxford, Political Thought Conference: "MacIntyre, Feminism and the Concept of Practice" (with Nicola Lacey)
26.xi.91, St John's College, Oxford, PPE Society "Gender and Political Theory".
24.x.91 Manchester Polytechnic, Department of Humanities, "Feminism and Communitarianism”.
Patrick Baert, Sokratis M. Koniordos, Giovanni Procacci and Carlo Ruzza (eds) Conflict Citizenship and Civil Society London: Routledge 2010, forthcoming 2010 in British Journal of Educational Studies.
Gabriella Slomp Carl Schmitt and the Politics of Hostility Violence and Terror Palgrave Macmillan 2009, Ethics and International Affairs 24:3 2010 pp.335-343
Citizenship Education (Arthur, Davies, and. Hahn, eds. The Sage Handbook of Education for Citizenship and Democracy. 2008; Beck, Meritocracy, Citizenship and Education: New Labour's Legacy. 2008; Byram, From Foreign Language Education to Education for Intercultural Citizenship: Essays and Reflections. 2008; Garratt and Piper. Citizenship Education, Identity and Nationhood: Contradictions in Practice? 2008; Oxford Review of Education Vol 35, no. 6, December 2009 pp.775-785.
Patrick Keeney, Liberalism, Communitarianism and Education Ashgate, 2007, in British Journal of Educational Studies vol 55 Dec 2007
Derek Heater Citizenship in Britain: a history Edinburgh University Press 2006; A History of Education for Citizenship Routledge Falmer, 2004; What is Citizenship? Polity Press 1999 in CitizenshipTeaching and Learning vol 3 no.1 April 2007.
Barbara Arneil Politics and Feminism Blackwell, 1999, in Political Studies vol ... 2000
Richard G Niemi and Jane Junn Civic Education: What Makes Students Learn (New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 1998) in Government and Opposition Vol 35 Winter 2000
Jean Bethke Elshtain Real Politics at the Centre of Everyday Life (Johns Hopkins, 1998) in Ethics July 1999
"Political Education", Review of Norman H Nie, Jane Junn, and Kenneth Stehlik-Barry Education and Democratic Citizenship in America (University of Chicago Press l997) Journal of Public Policy Vol 18 pp101-103 1998
"Construction and Social Construction", Review of John Searle The Construction of Social Reality (Penguin 1995) and Peter Berger & Thomas Luckmann The Social Construction of Reality (Penguin 1966) Imprints: Journal of Analytic Socialism Vol 1, no.3, pp 71-79, l997
Patricia Boling (ed) Expecting Trouble: Surrogacy, Fetal Abuse and New Reproductive Technologies Boulder Co: Westview Press, 1995, in Political Studies vol 44, p 1015, l996
Ian Forbes, Marx and the New Individual Unwin Hyman 1990 and Michael Levin Marx Engels and Liberal Democracy Macmillan 1989 in History of Political Thought vol XIV, 1993
Young People's Understanding of Society by Adrian Furnham and Barrie Stacey (London: Routledge 1991). Sociological Review Vol 40,1992
New Philosophy of Social Science: Problems of Indeterminacy by James Bohman (Oxford: Polity Press 1991). Political Studies Vol XL, 1992 .
The Age of Sex Crime, by Jane Caputi (London: Women's Press, 1987). International Journal of the Sociology of Law vol 17,1989 .
Feminist Perspectives in Philosophy by Morwenna Griffiths and Margaret Whitford (eds) (London: Macmillan, 1988). Times Higher Education Supplement February 1989
The Self Imagined, by Karen Hanson (London: Routledge 1986). Mind, 1988.
Metaphor, by David Cooper (Oxford: Blackwell 1986). Mind,1987