"Using Critical Realism to Explain Indeterminacy in Role Behaviour Systematically", (with Darcy Luke), The Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 45/3, (2015), pp. 331-351.
"Metaphors on Women in Academia: A Review of the Literature, 2004-2013", (with Fran Amery, Laura Jenkins and Heather Savigny) in V. Demos and M.T. Segal (eds) Advances in Gender Research: Vol. 20. Emerald Group Publishing: Bingley, (2015), pp. 247-267.
"Symposium Editorial: Why we need to talk about women in the profession", (with Heather Savigny), European Political Science, as part of a Symposium on the status of women in European political science (other contributors include Johanna Kantola (Helsinki), Gabriele Abels (Tuebingen) and Arantxa Elizondo (Basque Country)), 14/2, (2015), pp. 75-78.
"Gender and Journal Authorship: An Assessment of Articles Published by Women in Three Top British Political Science and International Relations Journals", (with Helen Williams, Laura Jenkins, Darcy Luke and Kelly Rogers), European Political Science, 14/2, (2015), pp. 116-130.
"Conclusion: The future status of women in European political science" (with Heather Savigny), European Political Science, 14/2, (2015), pp. 116-130.
"The emergent body: Marx, critical realism and the corporeal in contemporary capitalist society", Global Society, 29/1, (2015), pp. 128-147.
"(De)politicisation and the Father's Clause parliamentary debates" (with Laura Jenkins and Fran Amery), Policy and Politics, 42/2, (2014), pp.243-258 – part of a special issue on depoliticization edited by Matthew Flinders and Matthew Wood (University of Sheffield); also published as a chapter in M. Flinders and M. Woods (eds) (2015) Tracing the Political: Depoliticisation, Governance and the State (Bristol: Policy Press; New Perspectives in Policy & Politics series).
"Questions to the Prime Minister: A Comparative Study of PMQs from Thatcher to Cameron", (with Peter Kerr, Christopher Byrne and Liam Stanley), Parliamentary Affairs, 67/2, (2014), pp.253-280 (As Lead Article and Editor's Choice, this article is freely available).
"Women in the Profession: The Composition of UK Political Science Departments by Sex", (with Laura Jenkins and Zoe Pflaeger), Politics, 32/3, (2012), pp.139-152.
"Struggle (or its absence) during the crisis: what power is left?", (with David Bailey), Journal of Political Power, 5/2, (2012), pp.195-216.
"Re-Structuring Power", Polity, 42/3, (2010), pp.352-376.
"‘How do we know it’s not been done yet?!’ Trust, trust building and regulation of stem cell research", (with W. Faulkner, S. Parry, S. Cunningham-Burley), Science & Public Policy, 37/9, (2010), pp.703-718
"Understanding Change in Political Analysis: On the Need to Bring Space into Theoretical Positions and Empirical Analyses", (with Nicola Smith), Political Studies Review, 6/2, (2008), pp.191-204.
"In Defence of Pluralism in the Teaching of Ontology and Epistemology: A Reply to Hay, Marsh and Furlong”, (with Laura Jenkins), Politics, 27/3, (2007), pp.208-211.
"Teaching and Learning Ontology and Epistemology in Political Science", (with Laura Jenkins), Politics, 27/1, (2007), pp.55-63. Also published in Special Virtual Issue on Learning and Teaching, Politics, (2013)
"Making Time for Change: On Temporal C.onceptualisations within Critical Realist Approaches to the Relationship between Structure and Agency", Sociology, 40/1, (2006), pp.143-161. Also published in Volume 4 of Olsen, W. (ed.) (2010) Realist Methodology (London: SAGE/Benchmarks in Social Research Methods).
"Book Review of Political Economy & the Aid Industry in Asia by Jane Hutchison, Wil Hout, Caroline Hughes and Richard Robison", Journal of Contemporary Asia, 46/1, (2016), pp. 163-167.
"Essential scrutiny or a national embarrassment? Experts respond to the Hansard Society’s report on Prime Minister’s Questions”, Democratic Audit, (2014).
"The Social Dynamics of Public Engagement in Stem Cell Research", (with Sarah Cunningham-Burley, Wendy Faulkner and Sarah Parry), ESRC Genomics Network Policy Brief, (2007).
"Reflections on the Perils of Public Engagement", (with Sarah Cunningham-Burley, Wendy Faulkner and Sarah Parry), ESRC Genomics Network Newsletter, (2007).
"The Social Dynamics of Public Engagement in Stem Cell Research", (with Sarah Cunningham-Burley), The Genomics Policy & Research Forum for Members of the Scottish Parliament, (14th March 2007)