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The University of Southampton
Centre for Political Ethnography

Current Publications

Forthcoming

  1. Boswell, J., Corbett, J., Flinders, M., Jennings, W., Rhodes, R.A.W., and Wood, M., ‘What Can Political Ethnography Tell Us About Anti-Politics and Democratic Disaffection?’ European Journal of Political Research, 2018.
  2. John Boswell, Jack Corbett and R A W Rhodes The Art of Comparison. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. December 2018.

Published

  1. Annison, H. (2015) Dangerous Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  2. Annison, H. (2014) ‘Interpreting the Politics of the Judiciary: The British Senior Judicial Tradition and the Pre-Emptive Turn in Criminal Justice’, Journal of Law and Society 41: 339-66
  3. Bevir, M. and Rhodes, R. A. W. (Eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Interpretive Political Science Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2015.
  4. Boswell, J. and Corbett, J. (2015) ‘Stoic Democrats? Anti-Politics, Elite Cynicism and the Policy Process’, Journal of European Public Policy, 22: 1388-1405
  5. Boswell, J. (2015) ‘Toxic narratives in the deliberative system: how the ghost of Nanny stalks the obesity debate’, Policy Studies 36: 314-28.
  6. Boswell, J. (2013) ‘Why and how narrative matters in deliberative systems?’ Political Studies 61: 620-636
  7. Boswell, J., Corbett, J., Flinders, M., Jennings, W., Rhodes, R.A.W., and Wood, M., ‘What Can Political Ethnography Tell Us About Anti-Politics and Democratic Disaffection?’ European Journal of Political Research.
  8. Corbett, J. (2015) Being Political: Leadership and Democracy in the Pacific Islands. Honolulu: University of Hawai’I Press.
  9. Fleming, J. and Rhodes R. A. W. (2016) ‘Can Experience be Evidence? Craft Knowledge and Evidence-Based Policing’, Policy & Politics., 2017. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1332/030557317X14957211514333
  10. Geddes, M. and Rhodes, R. A. W. ‘Towards an Interpretive Parliamentary Studies’, in  Jennifer Brichzin, Damien Krichewsky, Leopold Ringel, and Jan Schank (Eds.) The Sociology of Parliaments. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, pp. 87-107.
  11. Iusmen, I. (2015) ‘When Good Intentions Go Astray: Policy Framing Processes and the Europeanization of Children’s Rights’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations,17 (2): 335-350.
  12. Rhodes, R. A. W. ‘Public Administration and the Interpretive Turn’, in A, Massey (Ed.), A Research Agenda for Public Administration. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. March 2018.
  13. Rhodes, R. A. W. Network Governance and the Differentiated Polity. Selected Essays, Volume 1, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017.
  14. Rhodes, R. A. W. Interpretive Political Science. Selected Essays, Volume II. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  15. Rhodes, R. A. W. (2016) ‘Recovering the Craft of Public Administration’, Public Administration Review 76 (4) 2016: 638–647. DOI: 10.1111/puar.12504.
  16. R. A. W. Rhodes, ‘Being There: Observing Governing Elites’, Transactions of the Manchester Statistical Society 2014-2015: 2015: 61-74.
  17. Rhodes, R. A. W. and Anne Tiernan ‘Focus Groups as Ethnography: the case of Prime Ministers’ Chiefs of Staff’ Journal of Organizational Ethnography 4 (2) 2015: 208-22.
  18. R. A. W. Rhodes and Anne Tiernan ‘Prime Ministers’ Chiefs of Staff: Coping with Wild Treachery and Weirdness’, in D. Alexander and J. Lewis (Eds.), Making Public Policy Decisions: Expertise, skills and experience. Abingdon: Oxon: Routledge. 2015: 146-65
  19. Rhodes, R. A. W. and Tiernan, A. (2014) Lessons of Governing: A Profile of Prime Ministers’ Chiefs Of Staff. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
  20. Rhodes, R. A. W., Paul ‘t Hart and M. Noordegraaf (Eds.) (2007), Observing Government Elites: up close and personal. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave
  21. Rhodes, R. A. W. and Corbett, J. ‘Ethnographic Approaches’, in Rudy B. Andeweg, Robert Elgie, Ludger Helms, Juliet Kaarbo and Ferdinand Müller-Rommel (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Political Executives. Oxford: Oxford University.
  22. Rhodes, R. A. W. (Ed.) (2018) Narrative Policy Analysis: cases in decentred policy. (London: Palgrave Macmillan).
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