"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 (Helskinki), Gabriele Abels (Tuebingen) and Arantxa Elizondo (Basque Country)), (2015), symposium and editorial available via Advance Online Publication.
"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, (2015), available via Advance Online Publication.
"Conclusion: The future status of women in European political science" (with Heather Savigny), European Political Science, (2015), available via Advance Online Publication.
"Using Critical Realism to Explain Indeterminacy in Role Behaviour Systematically", (co-author with Darcy Luke), The Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, (2015), available via early access.
"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.
"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).
"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)