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2020

Hillyard, Sam (2020) The enduring insignificance of a school for its village: an English case study. Journal of Rural Studies, 80 . pp. 618-625. ISSN 0743-0167

Hillyard, Sam, Tummons, Jonathan and Winnard, Madeleine (2020) Atrocity Stories and Access to Elite Universities: Chickens at the Station. Symbolic Interaction . ISSN 0195-6086

Hillyard, Sam (2020) Broadlands and the new rurality - an ethnography. Points . Emerald, Bingley. ISBN 9781839095818

2019

Hillyard, Sam (2019) The Rising Salience of the Absent: An Interactionist Analysis. Qualitative Sociology Review, 15 (2). pp. 56-72. ISSN 1733-8077

Bagley, Carl and Hillyard, Sam (2019) In the field with two rural primary school head teachers in England. Journal of educational administration and history., 51 (3). pp. 273-289.

2016

Hillyard, Sam (2016) Bullshot : sporting shooting, alcohol and the two cultures. International review for the sociology of sport., 51 (4). pp. 394-409.

Pole, C. and Hillyard, Sam (2016) Doing fieldwork. SAGE Publications, London. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Hillyard, Sam (2016) Bullshot: Sporting shooting, alcohol and the two cultures. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 51 (4). pp. 394-409.

2015

Bagley, Carl and Hillyard, Sam (2015) School choice in an English village: living, loyalty and leaving. Ethnography and Education, 10 (3). pp. 278-292.

Bagley, C. and Hillyard, Sam (2015) School choice in an English village : living, loyalty and leaving. Ethnography and education., 10 (3). pp. 278-292.

Hillyard, Sam and Bagley, C.A. (2015) Community strikes back? Belonging and exclusion in rural English villages in networked times. International journal of inclusive education., 19 (7). pp. 748-758.

Hillyard, Sam (2015) Rural putsch : power, class, social relations and change in the English rural village. Sociological research online., 20 (1). p. 5.

Hillyard, Sam and Bagley, Carl (2015) Community strikes back? Belonging and exclusion in rural English villages in networked times. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 19 (7). pp. 748-758.

Hillyard, Sam (2015) Rural Putsch: Power, Class, Social Relations and Change in the English Rural Village. Sociological Research Online, 20 (1). pp. 1-16.

2014

Bagley, C.A. and Hillyard, Sam (2014) Rural schools, social capital and the Big Society : a theoretical and empirical exposition. British educational research journal., 40 (1). pp. 63-67.

2013

Hillyard, Sam (2013) `My toothbrush isn't foaming' : the changing status of the rural upper class. Discover society. (3).

Hillyard, Sam and Bagley, C. (2013) 'The fieldworker not in the head's office' : an empirical exploration of the role of an English rural primary school within its village. Social & cultural geography, 14 (4). pp. 410-427.

2012

Hillyard, Sam and Burridge, J. (2012) Shotguns and firearms in the UK: a call for a distinctively sociological contribution to the debate. Sociology., 46 (3). pp. 395-410.

2011

Bagley, C. and Hillyard, Sam (2011) Village schools in England : at the heart of their community? Australian journal of education., 55 (1). p. 5.

2010

da Costa, L. and Hillyard, Sam (2010) Book review of 'Questioning qualitative inquiry' by Martyn Hammersley, London : Sage, 2008. Qualitative research., 10 (6). pp. 753-756.

Hillyard, Sam (2010) Ethnography's capacity to contribute to the cumulation of theory : a case study of strong's work on Goffman. Journal of contemporary ethnography., 39 (4). pp. 421-440.

2007

Deem, R., Hillyard, Sam and Reed, M. (2007) Knowledge, higher education, and the new managerialism : the changing management of UK universities. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Hillyard, Sam (2007) The sociology of rural life. Berg, Oxford. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Hillyard, Sam (2007) 'As relevant as banning polo in Greenland' : the absence of ethnographic insight into country sports in the UK. Qualitative research., 7 (1). pp. 83-101.

2005

Nerlich, B., Hillyard, Sam and Wright, N. (2005) Stress and stereotypes : children's reactions to the outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the UK in 2001. Children & society., 19 (5). pp. 384-359.

2003

Dingwall, R., Nerlich, B. and Hillyard, Sam (2003) Biological determinism and symbolic interaction : hereditary streams and cultural roads. Symbolic interaction., 26 (4). pp. 631-644.

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