Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law

School of Politics and International Studies

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Dr Stuart McAnulla's Publications

Books

  • McAnulla SD, British politics : a critical introduction, critical political studies (Continuum, 2006), viii, 211p

Journal articles

  • McAnulla SD, ‘From David Hume to Sarah Palin? The troubled search for common features of political conservatism: a reply to Özsel’, Global Discourse: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Current Affairs and Applied Contemporary Thought 2015
    DOI: 10.1080/23269995.2014.939902

  • McAnulla SD, ‘Atheist Fundamentalists? Characterising New Atheist Non-Belief’, E-International Relations 2014

  • McAnulla SD, ‘Cameron's Conservatism: Why God, Why Now?’, Political Quarterly, 85.4 (2014), 462-470
    DOI: 10.1111/1467-923X.12121

  • McAnulla SD, ‘John Galt is a Heathen! The Inconvenient Atheism of Ayn Rand’, TelosScope 2013

  • McAnulla SD, ‘Radical atheism and religious power: new atheist politics’, Approaching Religion, 2.1 (2012), 87-99

  • McAnulla SD, ‘Post-Political Poisons? Evaluating the 'Toxic' Dimensions of Tony Blair's Leadership’, Representation, 47.3 (2011), 251-263
    DOI: 10.1080/00344893.2011.596425, Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/81391/

  • McAnulla SD, ‘Heirs to Blair’s Third Way? David Cameron’s Triangulating Conservatism’, British Politics, 5.3 (2010), 286-314

  • McAnulla SD, ‘Forced Exits: Accounting for the Removal of Contemporary Party Leaders’, Political Quarterly, 81.4 (2010), 593-601

  • McAnulla SD, ‘Explaining the Forced Exit of Charles Kennedy: Pushing the Public-Private Boundary’, Politics, 29.1 (2009), 37-44

  • McAnulla SD, ‘New Labour, Old Epistemology? Reflections on Political Science, New Institutionalism and The Blair Government’, Parliamentary Affairs, 60.2 (2007), 313-331
    DOI: 10.1093/pa/gsm007

  • McAnulla SD, ‘New Labour Beyond Blair’, Parliamentary Affairs, 60.2 (2007), 41-345

  • McAnulla SD, ‘Challenging the New Interpretivist Approach: Towards a Critical Realist Alternative’, British Politics, 1.1 (2006), 113-138
    DOI: 10.1057/palgrave.bp.4200013

  • McAnulla SD, ‘Critical Realism, Social Structure and Political Analysis: A Reply To Bevir and Rhodes’, British Politics, 1.3 (2006), 404-412

  • McAnulla SD, ‘Making Hay with Actualism: The Need For a Realist Concept of Structure’, Politics, 25.1 (2005), 31-38
    DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9256.2005.00226.x

  • Painter C, Isaac- Henry K, McAnulla SD, ‘Modernising Local Government: Micro Organisational Reform and Changing Local Structural Configurations’, Local Government Studies, 29.4 (2003), 31-53

  • McAnulla SD, ‘Secular Fundamentalists? Characterising the new atheist approach to secularism, religion and politics’, British Politics, 9.1, 124-145
    DOI: 10.1057/bp.2013.27

Chapters

  • McAnulla SD, ‘Stephen Lukes: Power: A Radical View’, in Volumes of Influence (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2011), 89-109

  • McAnulla SD, Kerr P, Marsh D, ‘Shall I Compare Thee...? Evaluating the Politics of New Labour’, in Developments in British Politics, ed. by Lancaster S (Causeway Press, 2003)

  • McAnulla SD, ‘Structure and Agency’, in Theory and methods in political science, ed. by Marsh D and Stoker G (Palgrave Macmillan, 2002), 271-291

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