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Crossley Nick

Обновлено: 09-12-2010
Место работы University of Manchester / Senior Lecturer

Профессиональные интересы:
·Social movements and related issues: e.g. the public sphere, citizenship, protest and social unrest.
·Embodiment and the body.
·Social theory and philosophy, esp. Merleau-Ponty, Bourdieu, Mead, Durkheim, Husserl and Habermas.

  • Crossley, N.(1994), The Politics of Subjectivity: Between Foucault and Merleau-Ponty, Avebury Studies in Philosophy, Ashgate, Avebury.
  • Crossley, N.(1996), Intersubjectivity: The Fabric of Social Becoming, London, Sage.
  • Crossley, N. (2001) The Social Body: Habit, Identity and Desire, London, Sage.
  • Crossley, N. (2002) Making Sense of Social Movements, Milton Keynes, Open University Press.
  • Crossley, N. (forthcoming), Key Concepts in Critical Social Theory, London, Sage.
Journal Articles
  • Crossley, N.(1993), The Politics of the Gaze: Between Foucault and Merleau-Ponty, Human Studies 16(4), pp.399-419.
  • Crossley, N.(1995), Merleau-Ponty, the Elusive Body and Carnal Sociology, in Body and Society 1(1), pp.43-63.
  • Crossley, N.(1995), Body Techniques, Agency and Intercorporeality: on Goffman's Relations in Public, in Sociology 29(2), pp.133-49.
  • Crossley, N.(1996), Body-Subject/Body Power: Agency, Inscription and Control in Foucault and Merleau-Ponty, Body and Society 2(2), pp.99-116.
  • Crossley, N.(1996) Corporeality and Communicative Action: Embodying the Renewal of Critical Theory, in Body and Society 3(1), pp.17-46.
  • Crossley, N.(1998) Transforming the Mental Health Field: On the Early History of the National Association For Mental Health, Sociology of Health and Illness, 20(4) 458-88.
  • Crossley, N.(1998) R.D. Laing and British Anti-Psychiatry: A Socio-Historical Analysis, Social Science and Medicine, 47(7), 877-98.
  • Crossley, N.(1999) Fish, Field, Habitus and Madness: On the First Wave Mental Health Users Movment in Britain, British Journal Of Sociology 50(4) 647-70.
  • Crossley, N. (1999) Working Utopias and Social Movements: An Investigation Using Case Study Materials From Radical Mental Health Movements in Britain, Sociology 33(4), 809-30.
  • Crossley, N. (2000) Radical and Egological Intersubjectivity, Journal of the Society for Existential Analysis 11(2), 49-71.
  • Crossley, N. (2001) The Phenomenological Habitus and Its Construction, Theory and Society 30, 81-120.
  • Crossley, N. (2002) Repertoires of Contention and Tactical Diversity in the UK Psychiatric Survivors Movement, Social Movement Studies 1(1), 47-71.
  • Crossley, M. and Crossley, N. (2001) Patient Voices, Social Movements and the Habitus: How Psychiatric Survivors Speak Out, Social Science and Medinicine 52, 1477-1489.
  • Crossley, N. and Crossley, M.(1998) HIV, Empowerment and the Sick Role: A Modern Moral Maze, Health 2(2), 157-75.
  • Kendall, T. and Crossley, N.(1996) Governing Love: On the Tactical Control of Counter-Transference in the Psychoanalytic Community, in Economy and Society 25(2), 178-94.
Chapters in Books
  • Crossley, N.(1998) Emotion and Communicative Action: Habermas, Linguistic Philosophy and Existentialism, in Bendelow, G. and Williams, S.(1997) Emotions in Social Life, London, Routledge, 16-38.
  • Crossley, N.(2000) Emotion, Psychiatry and Social Order, in Williams, S., Gabe, J. and Calnan, M. Health, Medicine and Society, London, Routledge, 277-96.
  • Crossley, N.(2000) Citizenship, Intersubjectivity and the Public Sphere, in Stevenson, N. Culture and Citizenship, London, Sage.
  • Crossley, N. (2000) Merleau-Ponty, in Turner, B. and Elliott, A (2000) Profiles in Contemporary Social Theory, London, Sage.
  • Crossley, N. (forthcoming) Sociology and the Body, in Turner, B., Rojek, C. and Calhoun, C. The International Handbook of Sociology, London, Sage.
  • Crossley, N. (forthcoming) Prozac Nation and the Biochemical Self: A Critique, in Williams, S, Bendelow, G. and Burke, L, Rethinking Biology, London, Routledge.
Other Writing
  • Crossley, N. (2000) Radicals in Retreat, Times Higher Education Supplement (September)
  • Crossley, N. (2001) Embodiment and Social Structure: a Response to Howson and Inglis, Sociological Review 49(3), 318-26.
Book Reviews
  • Crossley, N.(1994), Review of Shilling, C.(1993), "The Body and Social Theory", Sociology 28(4), pp.1025-6.
  • Crossley, N.(1995), Review of Craib, I.(1995), "The Importance of Disappointment", London, Routledge; Sociology 29(4), pp.748-50.
  • Crossley, N.(1995), Review of Honneth, A.(1995) "The Struggle For Recognition", Oxford, Polity; Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain, 32, pp.75-8.
  • Crossley, N.(1996) Review of Leledakis, K.(1995) "Society and Psyche: Social Theory and the Unconscious Dimension of the Social", Oxford, Berg, and Sloan, T.(1996) "Damaged Life: The Crisis of the Modern Psyche", London, Routledge, in Sociology.
  • Crossley, N.(1998) Review of Pilgrim, D.(1997) "Psychotherapy and Society", London, Sage, Sociology of Health and Illness 20(2), 256-8.
  • Crossley, N.(1999) Review of Bourdieu, P.(1998) "Practical Reason", Cambridge, Polity, Sociology 33(2) 451-2.
  • Crossley, N.(1999) Review of Mullan, B.(1995) "Mad To be Normal: Conversations With R.D. Laing", London, Free Associations, in Psychoanalytic Studies 1(2) 237-8.
  • Crossley, N. (1999) Reflexive Reflections, review of Smith, R. (1997) "The Fontana History of the Human Sciences", London, Fontana, Science as Culture 8 (4) 535-40.

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