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Felt deficits in time with children: Individual and contextual factors across 27 European countriesThe British journal of sociology8 hourssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Social character, interdependence, and the dualities of other‐directednessThe British journal of sociology3 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
“It's hard to become mothers”: The moral economy of postponing motherhood in neoliberal ChileThe British journal of sociology3 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
How (not) to feed young children: A class‐cultural analysis of food parenting practicesThe British journal of sociology6 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Anywheres, Somewheres, local attachment, and civic participationThe British journal of sociology16 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
How Green Became Good: Urbanized Nature and the Making of Cities and Citizens H. Angelo Chicago University Press, 2021The British journal of sociology21 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
From public to commercial service: State‐market hybridization in the UK visa and immigration permit infrastructure, 1997–2021The British journal of sociology22 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
School‐to‐work transition and subjective well‐being in AustraliaThe British journal of sociology34 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Social mobilization and political change in countries governed by the left: The cases of Argentina and BrazilThe British journal of sociology39 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Planning versus the market: The dispute between Hayek and Mannheim and its contemporary relevanceThe British journal of sociology43 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
The dark side of onward migration: Experiences and strategies of Italian‐Bangladeshis in the UK at the time of the post‐Brexit referendumThe British journal of sociology49 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
A revolt of the deplored? The role of perceived cultural distance in the educational gradient in anti‐establishment politicsThe British journal of sociology50 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Spatial and social mobility in England and Wales: A sub‐national analysis of differences and trends over timeThe British journal of sociology58 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
American Bonds: How Credit Markets Shaped a Nation by Sarah L. Quinn. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2019.The British journal of sociology59 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Habitus and climate change: Exploring support and resistance to sustainable welfare and social–ecological transformations in SwedenThe British journal of sociology69 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
The adaptation of educational expectations in response to ability tracking: Variations by migration backgroundThe British journal of sociology70 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Neither acquiescence nor defiance: Tuscan wineries'“flexible reactivity” to the Italian government's quality regulation systemThe British journal of sociology74 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Neoliberal precarity and primalization: A biosocial perspective on the age of insecurity, injustice, and unreasonThe British journal of sociology78 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Embracing the nation: Strategic deployment of sexuality, nation, and citizenship in SingaporeThe British journal of sociology82 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
How the past becomes the past: The temporal positioning of collective memoryThe British journal of sociology82 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
From occupational to existential class: How to analyze class structure in hybrid societies (The case of Serbia)The British journal of sociology87 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Individualism without full individualization? The compressed life trajectories of the Tibetan graduates of an English training programThe British journal of sociology92 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
The absorption and multiplication of uncertainty in machine‐learning‐driven financeThe British journal of sociology92 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Lives on the Line: How the Philippines Became the World’s Call Center Capital. Jeffrey J. SallazThe British journal of sociology104 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Performing the people: Review of Isaac Ariail Reed’s Power in modernity: Agency relations and the creative destruction of the king’s two bodiesThe British journal of sociology116 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Competing revolutionaries: Legitimacy and leadership in revolutionary situationsThe British journal of sociology129 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
The structure of food taste in 21st century BritainThe British journal of sociology137 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
A divided kingdom? Variation in polarization, sorting, and dimensional alignment among the British public, 1986–2018The British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Contested ease: Negotiating contradictory modes of elite distinction in face‐to‐face interactionThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
From parvenu to“highbrow” tastes: The rise of cultural capital in China’s intergenerational elitesThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Profile of the super rich in China: A social space analysisThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Inequality and the Chinese elite: Between international convergence and national divergenceThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
From workers to capitalists in less than two generations: A study of Chinese urban top group transformation between 1988 and 2013The British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Lives on track? Long‐term earnings returns to selective school placement in England and DenmarkThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Historical change in an elite profession—Class origins and grades among law graduates over 200 yearsThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Ethnic inequality in choice‐ and performance‐driven education systems: A longitudinal study of educational choices in England, Germany, the Netherlands, and SwedenThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Resilience as a multi‐directional movement process: A conceptual and empirical explorationThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
How happenings do (not) turn into events: A typology and an application to the case of 9/11 in the American and Dutch public spheres1The British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Low life: William Hogarth, visual culture and sociologies of artThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Primary and secondary effects of social origins on educational attainment: New findings for EnglandThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
States against citizens: On the (limited) value of market citizenshipThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Institutional underpinnings, global reach, and the future of ordinal citizenshipThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
The aesthetics of hierarchyThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
The unbearable rightness of being rankedThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
The intergenerational transmission of language skillThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Agricultural capitalism, climatology and the“stabilization” of climate in the United States, 1850–1920The British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
From liberal to neoliberal citizenship: A commentary on Marion FourcadeThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Legacies of civil wars: A 14‐year study of social conflicts and well‐being outcomes in farming economiesThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Just what is critical race theory, and what is it doing in British sociology? From“BritCrit” to the racialized social system approachThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
We were never cool: Investigating knowledge production and discourses of cool in the sociology of musicThe British journal of sociology139 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
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