Back, L. 2008. 'Sociologists Talking.' Sociological Research Online, 13 (6), www.socresonline.org.uk/13/6/3.html.
Burawoy, M. 2005. '2004 American Sociological Association Presidential Address: For Public Sociology'. The British Journal of Sociology 56 (2): 259-294.
Burawoy, M. . 'What Might We Mean by a Pedagogy of Public Sociology?' Address to C-SAP Annual Conference, Cardiff, November 22, 2007'. ELiSS 1 (1): 1-15. Online. Available: http://www.eliss.org.uk/. [accessed 10 July 2008].
Deem, R. and Hillyard, S. and Reed, M. 2007. Knowledge, Higher Education, and the New Managerialism. The Changing Management of UK Universities. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Deflem, M. (ed.) 2007. Sociologists in a Global Age. Biographical Perspectives. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Delanty, G. 2001. Challenging Knowledge. The University in the Knowledge Society. Buckingham: The Society for Research into Higher Education: Open University Press.
Dominelli, L. and Hoogvelt, A. 1996. ‘Globalization, Contract Government and The Taylorization of Intellectual Labour in Academia’. Studies in Political Economy 49: 71-100.
Farrar, M. 2005. ‘Photography: Making and Breaking Racialised Boundaries: an Essay in Reflexive, Radical, Visual Sociology.’ Sociological Research Online 10 (1) Online. Available from: http://www.socresonline.org.uk/10/1/farrar.html [accessed 10 April 08].
Fuller, S. 2005. The Intellectual. Cambridge: Icon Books.
Fuller, S. W. 2006. The New Sociological Imagination. London: Routledge.
Gibbs, G. 1995. ‘The Relationship Between Quality in Research and Quality in Teaching’. Quality in Higher Education 1 (2): 147-157.
Gouldner, A. W. 1970. The Coming Crisis of Western Sociology. London: Heinemann.
Gouldner, A. W. 1973. For Sociology. London:
Halsey, A. H. 1992. Decline of Donnish Dominion. The British Academic Professions in the Twentieth Century. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Halsey, A. H. 2004. A History of Sociology in Britain. Science, Literature and Society. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Hawthorn, G. 1987. Enlightenment and Despair. A History of Social Theory. Second Edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Henkel, M. 2000. Academic Identities and Policy Change in Higher Education. London: Jessica Kingsley.
Holmwood, J. 2007. ‚Sociology as Public Discourse and Professional Practice: A Critique of Michael Burawoy’. Sociological Theory 25 (1): 46-66.
Jary, D. and Lebeau, Y., 2006. ‘What Students say they Learn: The Subject Identity/Identities of Sociology Students’. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the British Sociological Association, Harrogate, 22nd April 2006.
Knowles, C. and Sweetman, P. (eds.) 2004. Picturing the Social Landscape: Visual Methods in the Sociological Imagination. London: Routledge.
Lambert, C. and Parker, A. and Neary, M., 2007. ‘Entrepreneurialism and Critical Pedagagogy: Reinventing the Higher Education Curriculum’. Teaching in Higher Education 12 (4): 525-537.
Lambert, C. (forthcoming). ‘Pedagogies of Participation in Higher Education: A Case For Research-based Learning’. Pedagogy, Culture and Society
Lucas, L. 2006. The Research Game in Academic Life. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
Lucas, L. 2007. ‘Research and Teaching Work within University Education Departments: Fragmentation or Integration?’ Journal of Further and Higher Education 31 (1): 17-29.
Lyon, D. and Hatton, P. . ‘The Refurbishment of the Rochester Building’. Documentation of an Exhibition’. Online. Available: http://www.kent.ac.uk/sspssr/staff/academic/lyon/rochester.pdf. [accessed 28 May 08].
McNay, I. 2003. ‘Assessing the Assessment: an Analysis of the UK Research Assessment Exercise, 2001, and its Outcomes, with Special Reference to Research in Education’. Science and Public Policy 30 (1): 47-54.
Miller, H. 1996. ‘Academics in their Labour Process’. In C. Smith and D. Knights and H. Willmott (eds.) White-Collar Work. The Non-Manual Labour Process. Studies in the Labour Process. London: Macmillan Press: 109-138.
Mills, C. W. 2000 (1959). The Sociological Imagination. Fortieth Anniversary Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Morley, L. 2003. Quality and Power in Higher Education. Buckingham: Open University Press.
Nixon, J. 1999. ‘Teachers, Writers, Professionals. Is There Anybody Out There?’ British Journal of Sociology of Education 20 (2): 207-221.
Nixon, J and Wellington, J. 2005. ‘’Good Books’: Is There a Future for Academic Writing within the Educational Publishing Industry?’ British Journal of Sociology of Education 26 (1): 91-103.
Parker, J. 2008. ‘Comparing Research and Teaching in University Promotion Criteria’. Higher Education Quarterly 62 (3): 237-251.
Reynolds, L. T. and Reynolds, J. M. (eds.) 1970. The Sociology of Sociology. Analysis and Criticism of the Thought, Research, and Ethical Folkways of Sociology and Its Practitioners.
Roberts, R. H. 2002. ‚The End of the University and the Last Academic?’ In: Religion, Theology and the Human Sciences. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 86-110.
Rose, G. 2001. Visual Methodologies London: Sage.
Said, E. 1994. Representations of the Intellectual. The 1993 Reith Lectures.
Sayer, A. 2000. ‘Sociology and Its Audience(s): Changing Perceptions of Sociological Argument’. In J. Eldrige and J. MacInnes and S. Scott and C. Warhurst and A. Witz (eds.) For Sociology. Legacy and Prospects. Durham: Sociologypress: 83-91.
Scott, J. [2005b]. ‘Sociology and its Others: Reflections on Disciplinary Specialisation and Fragmentation’, Sociological Research Online 8 (3). Online. Available from: http://www.socresonline.org.uk/pughwash.lib.warwick.ac.uk:80/10/1/scott.html [accessed 22 March 06].
Shattock, M. 2008. ‘The Change from Private to Public Governance of British Higher Education: Its Consequences for Higher Education Policy Making 1980-2006’. Higher Education Quarterly 66 (3): 181-203.
Shore, C. and Wright, S. 2000. ‘Coercive Accountability: the Rise of Audit Culture in Higher Education’. In M. Strathern (ed.) Audit Cultures. Antrophological Studies in Accountability, Ethics and the Academy. London: Routledge: 57-89.
Simbuerger, E. 2008. ‘Against and Beyond – For Sociology. A Study on the Self-understanding of Sociologists in England’. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, University of Warwick.
Skelton, A. 2004. ‘Understanding ‘Teaching Excellence’ in Higher Education: a Critical Evaluation of the National Teaching Fellowships Scheme’. Studies in Higher Education 29 (4): 451-468.
Slaughter, S. and L. Leslie 1997. Academic Capitalism: Politics, Policies, and the Entrepreneurial University. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.
Sparkes, A. 2007. ‘Embodiment, Academics, and the Audit Culture: A Story Seeking Consideration’. Qualitative Research 7 (4): 521-550.
Stanley, L. 2000. ‘For Sociology. Gouldner’s and Ours’. In J. Eldridge and J. MacInnes and S. Scott and C. Warhurst and A. Witz (eds.) For Sociology. Legacy and Prospects. Durham: sociologypress: 56-82.
Strangleman, T. [2005b]. ‘Guiness Factory Exhibition’. Online. Available: http://www.workinglives.org/guinness%20site/index.htm [accessed 18 July 08].
Strathern, M. (ed.) 2000. Audit Cultures. Anthropological Studies in Accountability, Ethics and the Academy. London: Routledge.
Wright, S. 2004. ‘Markets, Corporations, Consumers? New Landscapes of Higher Education’. Learning and Teaching in the Social Sciences 1 (2): 71-93.
Ylijok, O-H. 2005. ‘Academic Nostalgia: A Narrative Approach to Academic Work’. Human Relations 58 (5): 555-576.