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2015Accepting and Resisting Insecurity: Using Consumer Culture to Have It Both Ways?Pugh, Allison; United States Studies CentreAccepting and Resisting Insecurity: Using Consumer Culture to Have It Both Ways? in Being Human in a Consumer Society, Ashgate, 2015, pp. 87-101
2013The planned obsolescence of other people: Consumer culture and connections in a precarious agePugh, Allison; United States Study CentreThe planned obsolescence of other people: Consumer culture and connections in a precarious age, Culture and Organization, vol.19, 4, 2013,pp 297-313
2014The theoretical costs of ignoring childhood: rethinking independence, insecurity, and inequalityPugh, Allison; United States Studies CentreThe theoretical costs of ignoring childhood: rethinking independence, insecurity, and inequality, Theory and Society, vol.43, 1, 2014,pp 71-89
2012To Raise the Flexible Child: Lessons of Commitment and Betrayal in Post-industrial InsecurityPugh, Allison; United States Study CentreTo Raise the Flexible Child: Lessons of Commitment and Betrayal in Post-industrial Insecurity, N/A, vol.N/A, 2012, pp. N/A-N/A
2013What Good Are Interviews for Thinking About Culture? Demystifying Interpretive AnalysisPugh, Allison; United States Studies CentreWhat Good Are Interviews for Thinking About Culture? Demystifying Interpretive Analysis, American Journal of Cultural Sociology, vol.1, 1, 2013,pp 42-68