Leggett, W. (2021) ‘Can Mindfulness really change the world? The political character of meditative practices’, Critical Policy Studies. [Online open access].
Leggett, W. (2017) Politics and Social Theory: The Inescapably Social, the Irreducibly Political. London and New York: Palgrave.
Leggett, W. (2014) ‘The politics of behaviour change: Nudge, neoliberalism and the state’, Policy & Politics, 42 (1): 3-19. *(2015 AWARDED BEST OVERALL ARTICLE IN POLICY & POLITICS)*
Leggett, W. (2013) ‘Restoring society to post-structuralist politics: Mouffe, Gramsci and radical democracy’, Philosophy and Social Criticism, 39 (3): 299-315.
Leggett, W. (2011) ‘The analytical and political limits to “interpreting” governance’, British Politics, 6 (2): 241-51.
Leggett, W. (2010) ‘What makes progressive ideology? Lessons from the Third Way’ (with a reply by Prof. Lord Giddens), in Hickson, K. and Griffiths, S. (eds.) British Party Politics and Ideology after New Labour. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 53-66.
Leggett, W. (2009) ‘Prince of modernisers: Gramsci, New Labour and the meaning of modernity’, in McNally, M. and Schwarzmantel, J. (eds.) Gramsci and Global Politics: Hegemony and Resistance. London: Routledge, pp. 137-55.
Leggett, W. (2007) ‘British social democracy beyond New Labour’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 9 (3): 346-64.
Leggett, W. (2005) After New Labour: Social Theory and Centre-Left Politics. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Leggett, W. (2005) ‘It’s the culture, stupid! New Labour’s progressive consensus’, Political Quarterly, 76 (4): 550-57.
Leggett, W. (2004) ‘Social change, values and political agency’, Politics, 24 (1): 12-19.
Hale, S., Leggett, W. and Martell, L. (eds.) (2004) The Third Way and Beyond: Criticisms, Futures, Alternatives, Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Open Access e-Book].
Leggett, W. (2002) ‘Reflexive modernization and reconstructing the Third Way’, The Sociological Review, 50 (3): 419-36.
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