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Nick Crossley
Nick Crossley
Professor of Sociology, University of Manchester, UK
Verified email at manchester.ac.uk
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Making sense of social movements
N Crossley
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2002
12722002
The social body: Habit, identity and desire
N Crossley
The Social Body, 1-176, 2001
11962001
Intersubjectivity: The fabric of social becoming
N Crossley
Intersubjectivity, 1-200, 1996
9841996
Merleau-Ponty, the elusive body and carnal sociology
N Crossley
Body & society 1 (1), 43-63, 1995
8281995
The phenomenological habitus and its construction
N Crossley
Theory and society 30 (1), 81-120, 2001
6742001
Towards relational sociology
N Crossley
Routledge, 2010
6722010
After Habermas: New perspectives on the public sphere
N Crossley, JM Roberts
5822004
From reproduction to transformation: Social movement fields and the radical habitus
N Crossley
Theory, culture & society 20 (6), 43-68, 2003
5362003
Social network analysis for ego-nets: Social network analysis for actor-centred networks
N Crossley, E Bellotti, G Edwards, MG Everett, J Koskinen, M Tranmer
Sage, 2015
4192015
Contesting psychiatry: Social movements in mental health
N Crossley
Routledge, 2006
4182006
The circuit trainer’s habitus: Reflexive body techniques and the sociality of the workout
N Crossley
Body & society 10 (1), 37-69, 2004
4002004
Reflexive embodiment in contemporary society: The body in late modern society
N Crossley
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2006
3592006
Key concepts in critical social theory
N Crossley
Sage, 2004
3562004
In the gym: Motives, meaning and moral careers
N Crossley
Body & society 12 (3), 23-50, 2006
3552006
Worlds, fields and networks: Becker, Bourdieu and the structures of social relations
W Bottero, N Crossley
Cultural sociology 5 (1), 99-119, 2011
3442011
Mapping reflexive body techniques: On body modification and maintenance
N Crossley
Body & Society 11 (1), 1-35, 2005
3362005
Body-subject/body-power: agency, inscription and control in Foucault and Merleau-Ponty
N Crossley
Body & society 2 (2), 99-116, 1996
3281996
Body techniques, agency and intercorporeality: on Goffman's relations in public
N Crossley
Sociology 29 (1), 133-149, 1995
3261995
The social world of the network. Combining qualitative and quantitative elements in social network analysis
N Crossley
Sociologica 4 (1), 0-0, 2010
2782010
Researching embodiment by way of ‘body techniques’
N Crossley
The sociological review 55 (1_suppl), 80-94, 2007
2572007
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