Sociological Notes - ISSN 0267-7113
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29. Joe Peacott, Ethnicity, Skin Colour, and Individuality, 2003, 4pp
ISBN: 1 85637 581 1
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28. Mark Roberts, Related To Bigotry: The Repression of Swingers in Early 21st Century Britain, 2003, 36pp
ISBN: 1 85637 591 9
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27. Brian Micklethwait, Can You Sleep Out All the Year Round? A Conjecture About How Climate Influences Freedom, 2001, 2pp
ISBN: 1 85637 502 1
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26. Professor John Hibbs, OBE, Society Does Exist, But It is not Autonomous, 1998, 2pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 433 5
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25. Professor John Hibbs, OBE, Logistics and Life: Reflections on the Impact of Modern Transport on Local Communities, 1998, 2pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 412 2
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24. Dr. Christopher Badcock, The Freedom of the Gene, 1995, 4pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 317 7
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23. Professor David Marsland, Which Sociology?: A Consumers' Guide, 1995, 4pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 300 2
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22. Professor David Marsland, Social Misconstruction: The Neglect of Biology in Contemporary British Education, 1995, 4pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 288 X
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21. Professor David Marsland, Sociologists and Social Policy: The Need For Intelligent Involvement, 1994, 4pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 264 2
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20. Kevin McFarlane, The Rational Self-Interest of Reciprocity: Robert Axelrod and the Evolution of Cooperation, 1994, 4pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 264 2
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19. George Walford, The Inferiority of Primitive Societies Compared to Modern Civilisation: The Case of the Yanomamo, 1994, 2pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 243 X
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18. Professor David Marsland, A Deadly Embrace: The Socialist Appropriation of Sociology, 1994, 7pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 228 6
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17. Roderick Moore, Sociology, Subjectivism and the Socialist Intellectual Establishment (Comment: On Rationality, Virtue & Law, by Brian Micklethwait) 1993, 10pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 155 7
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16. Dr. Tim Evans, The Globalisation of Capitalism: A Celebration of the Triumph of Free Market Sophistication, 1992, 7pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 103 4
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15. Professor David Marsland, Fact and Fancy in Social Analysis: Preconceptions and Prejudices of the Sociological Establishment, 1992, 7pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 079 8
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14. Professor David Marsland, Ideas, Action and Freedom: Speech on Receiving the First Thatcher Award, 1991, 4pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 060 7
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13. Professor Antony Flew, Karl Marx Was Not a Social Scientist, 1991, 7pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 051 8
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12. Dr. Stephen Davies, Towards the Remoralization of Society, 1991, 7pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 049 6
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11. Dr. Bill Thompson, Moral Crusades and Media Censorship, 1991, 6pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 036 4
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10. Rob Thomas, Myth, Legend and the Individual, 19??, 2pp.
ISBN: 1 85637 023 2
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09.Dr. Tim Evans, Individualist Explanations and the Sociology of Women, 1990, 4pp.
ISBN: 1 870614 89 4
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08.Dr. Tim Evans, Radical Politics and the Constraints of the Parliamentary System, 1990, 4pp.
ISBN: 1 870614 87 9
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07.Dr. Tim Evans, Sociology, Crises, Contradictions and Capitalism: A Libertarian Critique, 1990, 4pp.
ISBN: 1 870614 88 7
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06. Dr. Tim Evans, Sociology and The Soviet Union: A Libertarian Critique, 1990, 4pp.
ISBN: 1 870614 86 0
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05. Christopher Badcock, Three Fundamental Fallacies of Modern Social Thought, 1990, 7pp.
ISBN: 1 870614 70 4
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04. Marc R. Brown, What the Planners Have Wrought: London and US Cities Examined, 1989, 6pp.
ISBN: 1 870614 36 4
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03. Dr. Nigel Ashford, Neo-Conservatism and theNew Class: A Critical Evaluation, 1986, 11pp.
ISBN: 1 948317 29 9
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02.Dr. Chris R. Tame, Change and Pseudo-Change in Sociology, 1986, 4pp.
ISBN: 1 870614 35 6
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01. Dr. Chris R. Tame, Man, Concepts and Society, 1987, 4pp.
ISBN: 0 948317 30 2
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