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2004The Corporatisation And Commercialisation Of Complementary And Alternative Medicine (CAM)Collyer, Fran; SociologyThe Corporatisation And Commercialisation Of Complementary And Alternative Medicine (CAM) in The Mainstreaming of Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Studies in Social Context, Routledge, 2004, pp. 81-99
2017From Nation Building to Neoliberalism: The Development of Sociology in AustraliaCollyer, Fran; Sociology & Social PolicyFrom Nation Building to Neoliberalism: The Development of Sociology in Australia in The Cambridge Handbook of Sociology: Volume 1: Core Areas in Sociology and the Development of the Discipline, Cambridge University Press, 2017, pp. 82-94
2017Gatekeepers in the healthcare sector: Knowledge and Bourdieu's concept of fieldCollyer, Fran; Lewis, Sophie; Willis, Karen; Sociology & Social Policy; Health Systems and Global PopulationsGatekeepers in the healthcare sector: Knowledge and Bourdieu's concept of field, Social Science and Medicine, vol.186, N/A, 2017,pp 96-103
2015Healthcare choice: Bourdieu's capital, habitus and fieldCollyer, Fran; Harley, Kirsten; Short, Stephanie; Franklin, Marika; Willis, Karen; Sociology; Health Systems and Global Populations; Health Systems and Global PopulationsHealthcare choice: Bourdieu's capital, habitus and field, Current Sociology, vol.63, 5, 2015,pp 685-699
2015Karl Marx and Frederich Engels: Capitalism, Health and the Healthcare IndustryCollyer, Fran; SociologyKarl Marx and Frederich Engels: Capitalism, Health and the Healthcare Industry in The Palgrave Handbook of Social Theory in Health, Illness and Medicine, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, pp. 35-58
2016Knowledge matters: producing and using knowledge to navigate healthcare systemsCollyer, Fran; Flaherty, Ian; Lewis, Sophie; Calnan, Michael; Gabe, Jonathan; Willis, Karen; Sociology; Social Work & Soc Pol; Health Systems and Global PopulationsKnowledge matters: producing and using knowledge to navigate healthcare systems, Health Sociology Review, vol.25, 2, 2016,pp 202-216
2008Max Weber, Historiography, Medical Knowledge, and the Formation of MedicineCollyer, Fran; SociologyMax Weber, Historiography, Medical Knowledge, and the Formation of Medicine, Electronic Journal of Sociology, vol.2008,(N/A),2008,pp 1-15
2004Medical Technology: From Drugs To GeneticsCollyer, Fran; SociologyMedical Technology: From Drugs To Genetics in Health in Australia : sociological concepts and issues, Nicholson Museum, University of Sydney, 2004, pp. 46-73
2015Money and markets in Australia's healthcare systemCollyer, Fran; Harley, Kirsten; Short, Stephanie; Sociology & Social Policy; Health Systems and Global Populations; Health Systems and Global PopulationsMoney and markets in Australia's healthcare system in Markets, Rights and Power in Australian Social Policy, Sydney University Press, 2015, pp. 257-291
2011Navigating public/private healthcare boundaries: choice and healthcare capitalCollyer, Fran; Harley, Kirsten; Short, Stephanie; Calnan, Michael; Gabe, Jonathan; Willis, Karen Frances; Sociology; Health Systems and Global Populations; Health Systems and Global PopulationsNavigating public/private healthcare boundaries: choice and healthcare capital, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2011: Local Lives/Global Networks, vol.N/A, 2011, pp. 1-18
2010Origins and canons: medicine and the history of sociologyCollyer, Fran; SociologyOrigins and canons: medicine and the history of sociology, History of the Human Sciences, vol.23, 2,pp 86-108
2015Practices of conformity and resistance in the marketisation of the academy: Bourdieu, professionalism and academic capitalismCollyer, Fran; SociologyPractices of conformity and resistance in the marketisation of the academy: Bourdieu, professionalism and academic capitalism, Critical Studies in Education, vol.56, 3, 2015,pp 315-331
2003The privatisation of public enterprises: Australian research findingsCollyer, Fran; McMaster, James; Wettenhall, R; SociologyThe privatisation of public enterprises: Australian research findings, Just Policy, vol.31,(N/A),2003,pp 14-23
2011Reflexivity and the Sociology of Science and Technology: The Invention of 'Eryc' the AntibioticCollyer, Fran; SociologyReflexivity and the Sociology of Science and Technology: The Invention of 'Eryc' the Antibiotic, The Qualitative Report, vol.16, 2, 2011,pp 316-340
2009The Rise and Fall of Theoretical Paradigms in Health and Medical Sociology: 1960 - 2009Collyer, Fran; SociologyThe Rise and Fall of Theoretical Paradigms in Health and Medical Sociology: 1960 - 2009, The Future of Sociology, vol.N/A, 2009, pp. 1-14
2013Schools of sociology? The structuring of sociological knowledge in the sociology of health and medicine since 1960Collyer, Fran; SociologySchools of sociology? The structuring of sociological knowledge in the sociology of health and medicine since 1960, Health Sociology Review, vol.22, 4, 2013,pp 338-352
2007A sociological approach to workforce shortages: Findings of a qualitative study in Australian hospitalsCollyer, Fran; SociologyA sociological approach to workforce shortages: Findings of a qualitative study in Australian hospitals, Health Sociology Review, vol.16,(3-4),2007,pp 248-262
2011The Sociology of Health and Medicine in AustraliaCollyer, Fran; SociologyThe Sociology of Health and Medicine in Australia, Politica Y Sociedad, vol.48, 2, 2011,pp 259-276
2015The Sociology of Health, Illness and Medicine: Institutional Progress and Theoretical FrameworksCollyer, Fran; Scambler, Peter; SociologyThe Sociology of Health, Illness and Medicine: Institutional Progress and Theoretical Frameworks in The Palgrave Handbook of Social Theory in Health, Illness and Medicine, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, pp. 1-15
2014Sociology, Sociologists, and Core-Periphery ReflectionsCollyer, Fran; SociologySociology, Sociologists, and Core-Periphery Reflections, Journal of Sociology, vol.50, 3, 2014,pp 252-268