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Attenborough, F. (2018) For public (and recontextualized) sociology: The promises and perils of public engagement in an age of mediated communication. The Communication Review, 21 (3). pp. 228-251. ISSN 1071-4421

Attenborough, F. (2013) Jokes, pranks, blondes and banter: recontextualising sexism in the British print press. Journal of Gender Studies, 23 (2). pp. 137-154. ISSN 0958-9236

Attenborough, F. (2015) A forgotten legacy? Towards a discursive psychology of the media. In: Discursive psychology? Classic and contemporary issues. Explorations in Social Psychology . Routledge, London, pp. 224-240. ISBN 9780415721608

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Baker, S., Warburton, J., Hodgkin, S. and Pascal, J. (2016) The supportive network: rural disadvantaged older people and ICT. Ageing & Society. ISSN 0144-686X

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Efstratopoulou, M. (2017) The Enigma of Autism: Genius, Disorder or just different? Neuroscience Research Progress, Disability and the Disabled-Issues, Laws and Programs . NOVA Sciences, New York. ISBN 978-1-53612-597-9

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Forbes, A., Edwards, L. and Fleming, S. (2014) ‘Women can’t referee’: Exploring the experiences of female football officials within UK football culture. Soccer and Society, 16 (4). pp. 521-539. ISSN 1466-0970

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Quickfall, A. (2018) 'Insiderness' in my pilot study research. Hillary Place Papers, 4. pp. 11-21.

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Sharp, J., Hemmings, B., Kay, R. and Atkin, C. (2017) Academic boredom, approaches to learning and the final year degree outcomes of undergraduate students. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 42 (8). pp. 1-23. ISSN 0309-877X

Sofologi, M., Efstratopoulou, M. and Dunn, T.J. (2018) Predicting burnout syndrome in Greek mental health professionals. Journal of Social Service Research. ISSN 0148-8376

Stewart, F. (2014) Alternative Ulster: punk rock as a means of overcoming the religious divide in Northern Ireland. In: Irish Religious Conflict in Comparative Prespective: Catholics, Protestants and Muslims. Histories of the Sacred and Secular . Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 76-91. ISBN 9781137351890

Stewart, F. (2019) “No More Heroes Anymore”: marginalized identities in punk memorialisation and curation. Punk & Post Punk, 8 (2). pp. 209-226. ISSN 2044-1983

Stewart, F. (2015) The Orange Order: a religious institution or an expression of implicit religious spinning? Implicit Religion, 18 (2). pp. 177-207. ISSN 1463-9955

Stewart, F. (2017) Punk rock is my religion: straight edge punk and 'religious' identity. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9781472489661

Stewart, F. (2018) "Save my soul from the poisons of this world": straight edge punk and religious re-enchantment. In: Beautified Beats: Popular Music and the Sacred. Bloomsbury, London. (In Press)

Stewart, F. (2014) Straight edge punk – religious mutation or over-reaching? DISKUS: The Journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions, 16 (1). pp. 49-67. ISSN 0967-8948

Stewart, F. (2016) This is [not] the A.L.F.?: anarchism, punk rock and animal advocacy. Punk & Post Punk, 5 (3). 227 -245. ISSN 2044-1983

Stewart, F. (2018) The unknown creed: punk and political uncertainty in Northern Ireland. In: Minority Religions and Uncertainty. Routledge, Abingdon. (In Press)

Stewart, F. and Abraham, I. (2019) Straight edge evangelicalism and DIY spirituality. In: Christian Punk: Identity and Performance. Bloomsbury Studies in Religion and Popular Music . Bloomsbury, pp. 67-84. ISBN 9781350094802 (In Press)

Stewart, F. and King, C. (2016) Blue suede shoes to Doc Marten boots: music, protest and implicit religion. Implicit Religion, 19 (1). pp. 95-118. ISSN 1463-9955

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Way, L. (2018) Girls to the front? Gender and alternative spaces. In: Subcultures, Bodies and Spaces: Essays on Alternativity and Marginalization. Emerald Studies in Alternativity and Marginalization . Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 205-218. ISBN 9781787565128

Way, L. (2019) ‘I don’t go to the gigs to go to the gigs – I don’t give a shit about the gigs!’: Exploring gig attendance and older punk women. Punk & Post Punk, 8 (2). pp. 257-269. ISSN 2044-1983

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