Andrew M. McKinnon
(with links to final publishers versions (final) and open access drafts (open access) where available.)
(2018) Bernadette C Hayes and Andrew McKinnon. ‘Belonging without believing: religion and attitudes towards gay marriage and abortion rights in Northern Ireland’ Religion, State and Society. final
(2017) ‘Religion and Social Class: Theory and Method After Bourdieu’. Sociological Research Online Vol 22 no. 1. final
(2015) ‘Anglicans in a globalizing world: the contradictions of Communion’ (with Chris Brittain) in Abby Day (ed.) Powers and Pieties: Contemporary Issues in the Worldwide Anglican Communion. Ashgate, 2015. open access
(2014) Sociological Theory and the Question of Religion. Farnham: Ashgate. (edited with Marta Trzebiatowska)
Includes a co-authored introduction and my ‘’Religion and the Civilizing Process: The Pax Dei Movement and the Christianization of Violence in the Process of Feudalization’ open access
(2013) ‘George Herbert Mead on Humans and Other Animals: Social Relations after Human-Animal Studies’. Sociological Research Online, vol 18, no. 4, 19. (with Rhoda Wilkie) open access final
(2011) ‘Homosexuality and the Construction of ‘Anglican Orthodoxy’: The Symbolic Politics of the Anglican Communion’. Sociology of Religion, vol 72, no. 3, pp. 351-373. (with Chris Brittain). open access final
(2011) ‘Bourdieu, Capital and Conflict in a Religious Field: The Case of the Anglican Communion’. Journal of Contemporary Religion, vol 26, no. 3, pp. 355-370. (with Chris Brittain and Marta Trzebiatowska). Open access final
(2010) “Classical Foundations of the Sociology of Religion” in Bryan S. Turner (ed.) The New Blackwell Companion to Sociology of Religion Oxford: Blackwell. draft
(2006) “ ‘Opium’ as Dialectical Metaphor: Religion, Expression, and Protest” in Warren S. Goldstein (ed.) Marxism, Critical Theory and Religion Leiden: Brill Academic, 2006 [substantial revision of 2005].
2009. Reprint Chicago: Haymarket Books (paperback).
(2004) “Jacques Ellul” in The Encyclopedia of Modern French Thought Christopher John Murray (ed.) London: Routledge. open access
(2003) “The Religious, the Paranormal and Church Attendance: A Response to Orenstein” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion vol 42 no. 2. final