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Rojek, C. Cambridge: Polity. ISBN Event Management 4 vols. London: Bloomsbury Academic. The politics of Jean-Francois lyotard: Justice and political theory.
Popular Music, Popular Culture. Popular Culture 4 vols. Popular Music 4 vols. Pop Music, Pop Culture. The Labour of Leisure. The labour of leisure: The culture of free time. Leisure Studies 4v vols. Cultural Studies. A Handbook of Leisure Studies. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Leisure Theory: Principles and Practice. Handbook of Sociology. Celebrity 4 vols. Frank Sinatra. Stuart Hall. Forget Baudrillard? Touring Cultures. The Politics of J. Social Work and Received Ideas. Decentring Leisure. Dunning, E. Sport and Leisure in the Civilizing Process.
Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Leisure For Leisure: Critical Essays. Capitalism and Leisure Theory. Chapters 26 Rojek, C. Counterfeit commerce: The illegal accumulation and distribution of intellectual property.
Routledge Handbook of Leisure Studies. In Blackshaw, T. The labour of leisure reconsidered. Abnormal forms of leisure and normalization. In Matthewman, S. Cybertourism and the phantasmagoria of place. Destinations: Cultural Landscapes of Tourism pp.
In Cohen, B. Auckland: Pearson. Introduction: Judging lyotard. Leisure and neat capitalism. In Cohen-Gewerc, E. Stuart hall and the birmingham school. Cultural Theory: Classical and Contemporary Positions pp. Georg Simmel. Celebrity and religion. Stardom and celebrity: A reader pp. Postmodern work and leisure.
In Haworth, J. Roland Barthes. In Elliott, A. In Stebbins, R. Fatal attractions. In Boswell, D. Deviant leisure: the dark side of free-time activity. In Jackson, E. Pennsylvania: Venture Press. In Ringer, G. Leisure and the dreamworld of modernity. In Henry, I. Eastbourne: Leisure Studies Association.
The contract approach in social work. In Gambrill, E. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Leisure and recreation theory. Pennsylvania: Venture Pub. The "transition" problem in Marxist social work. In Brenton, M. London: RKP. Deskilling and forced leisure. In Parker, S. London: Leisure Studies Association.
Three heresies against modern convergence theory. In Dunkerley, D. Conference papers and proceedings 21 Rojek, C. Sociology in the 21st century. Sociology at the Crossroads University of Crete, Rthymnon.
Competence, credibility and relevance and their relationship to leisure. Detachment and Elias. Abnormal leisure: Invasive, mephitic and wild forms. The west house: domestic leisure and the English murder. Leisure studies: a career report; Plenary Address. The rise of the leisure ethic. Fictional escape areas. Leisure studies, retrospect and prospect.
Serial killing and leisure. Leisure studies: retrospect and prospect. Dark leisure. Leisure studies today; Plenary Address. Cybernation and leisure. Leisure and the nostalgia industry. Leisure and the dreamworld of modernity; Plenary Address. Dreamworlds of Consumption. American Sociological Association Conference Pittsburgh.
Restlessness; Plenary Lecture. Leisure, planning and strategy.
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Rojek, C. Cambridge: Polity. ISBN Event Management 4 vols. London: Bloomsbury Academic. The politics of Jean-Francois lyotard: Justice and political theory. Popular Music, Popular Culture.
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