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Adegbosin, Adeyinka Emmanuel, Plummer, David, Yau, Matthew, Franklin, Richard, Cordier, Reinie, and Sun, Jing (2019) Larrikins? Wowsers? Hipsters? Snags? What does it mean to be a 'real man' in modern-day Australia? Journal of Sociology, 55 (3). pp. 551-570.

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Benson, Michaela, and Osbaldiston, Nick (2016) Toward a critical sociology of lifestyle migration: reconceptualizing migration and the search for a better way of life. The Sociological Review, 64 (3). pp. 407-423.

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Cinner, Joshua E., Barnes, Michele L., Gurney, Georgina G., Lockie, Stewart, and Rojas, Cristian (2021) Markets and the crowding out of conservation-relevant behavior. Conservation Biology. (In Press)

Cannizzo, Fabian, and Osbaldiston, Nick (2019) An introduction to the social structures of global academia. In: Cannizzo, Fabian, and Osbaldiston, Nick, (eds.) The Social Structures of Global Academia. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 1-18.

Cannizzo, Fabian, and Osbaldiston, Nick (2016) Academic work/life balance: a brief quantitative analysis of the Australian experience. Journal of Sociology, 52 (4). pp. 890-906.

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de la Fuente, Eduardo (2016) Frames, handles and landscapes: Georg Simmel and the aesthetic ecology of things. In: Kemple, Thomas, and Pyyhtinen, Olli, (eds.) The Anthem Companion to Georg Simmel. Anthem Companions to Sociology . Anthem Press, London, UK, pp. 161-184.

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Murphy, Peter (2020) COVID-19: proportionality, public policy and social distancing. Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore.

Murphy, Peter (2020) From ‘capitalism and revolution’ to ‘capitalism and managerialism’. Thesis Eleven, 161 (1). pp. 23-34.

Murphy, Peter (2020) The Political Economy of Prosperity: successful societies and productive cultures. Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy . Routledge, Abingdon, UK.

Murphy, Peter (2019) Literacy and civilization. Thesis Eleven, 155 (1). pp. 64-90.

Murphy, Peter (2018) The comic political condition: Agnes Heller's philosophy of laughter and liberty. In: Rundell, John, and Pickle, Jonathan, (eds.) Critical Theories and the Budapest School: politics, culture, modernity. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 239-261.

Murphy, Peter (2018) A neo-calvinist sociology: John Carroll's metaphysical modernity. In: James, Sarah, (ed.) Metaphysical Sociology: on the work of John Carroll. Morality, Society and Culture . Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 66-79.

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Naylor, Stephen, and Harding, Sandra (2020) Where is the trust? For the good of the people. In: Pomeroy, Jason, (ed.) Cities of Opportunities: Connecting Culture and Innovation. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 7-22.

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Osbaldiston, Nick, Picken, Felicity, and Denny, Lisa (2020) Exploring emotional reflexivity in British lifestyle migration to Australia. Population, Space and Place, 26. e2328.

Osbaldiston, Nick (2020) Writing Noosa's beach: travellers' narratives and modernity. In: Ellison, Elizabeth, and Brien, Donna, (eds.) Writing the Australian Beach: local site, global idea. Palgrave, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 109-123.

Osbaldiston, Nick, Cannizzo, Fabian, and Mauri, Christian (2019) Academic Service: attachment, belief and hope. In: Cannizzo, Fabian, and Osbaldiston, Nick, (eds.) The Social Structures of Global Academia. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 53-69.

Osbaldiston, Nick, Cannizo, Fabian, and Mauri, Christian (2019) 'I love my work but I hate my job' – early career academic perspective on academic times in Australia. Time and Society, 28 (2). pp. 743-762.

Osbaldiston, Nick (2019) Simmel’s Adventure and its relationship to the ought of life. Simmel Studies, 23 (2). pp. 71-96.

Osbaldiston, Nick (2017) Towards a Sociology of the Coast: Our Past, Present and Future Relationship to the Shore. Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK.

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Stephens, Anne, Opperman, Elspeth, and Dale, Allan (2021) Revisiting governance systems analysis in Northern Australia: exploring critical systems thinking as a framework for engaging with multiplicity and incommensurability. In: Wallace, Ruth, Harwood, Sharon, Gerritson, Rolf, Prideaux, Bruce, Brewer, Tom, Rosenman, Linda, and Dale, Allan, (eds.) Rethinking Northern Australia Development. ANU Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia. (In Press)

Stephens, Anne, Taket, Ann, and Gagliano, Monica (2019) Ecological justice for nature in critical systems thinking. Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 36 (1). pp. 3-19.

Stephens, Anne, and Liley, William (2018) We use systemic empowerment to prevent interpersonal harm. Will you? In: Edson, Mary C., (ed.) Handbook of Systems Sciences. Translational Systems Series . Springer, Tokyo, Japan. (In Press)

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