Professor Charles Crothers

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Professor

Email: ccrother@aut.ac.nz

ORCID: ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7557-5146

Academic appointments:

  • Professor, Auckland University of Technology (2001 - ongoing)

Qualifications:

  • BA (Social Sciences), University of Waikato
  • BA (Hons), VUW
  • PhD, VUW

Overview:

(1) My research and teaching interests encompasses 4 broad ‘projects’:

1. What is ‘good’ Sociological/Social Theory?: I have been concerned to examine the analytical theories in the work of Robert K Merton, and to develop a robust conceptualisation of social structure and more generally of sociological analysis as a coherent and cumulative approach to understanding societies within a global context.
2. Sociology of Social Knowledge: I have studied the Columbia Tradition of Sociology (presided over by Robert K Merton and Paul Lazarsfeld), national sociologies (especially those of New Zealand and South Africa), and most broadly (in association with Prof. Jennifer Platt at Sussex University) comparative patterns in world sociology and organisation of social research.
3. Studies of Societies (especially New Zealand) and 4 Studies of Cities (especially Auckland): I am concerned to understand the linkages holding social structures together over time, which involves studying topics such as Voluntary organisations (NGOs), social class/ inequality/ poverty/social exclusion, neo-liberalism and its effects, economic power structures, occupations, organisations, communities, households, networks, life events, attitudes and ideologies, voting choices, quality of life and the ideologies and knowledges held within societies about themselves.
I am also interested in -
1. Social Criticism, Social Policy and Social Justice, and in particular the potential of Third way approaches.
2. Social Research Methodology/methods: I have been concerned to develop methodological resources for global sociology, New Zealand and applied social research.

Research interests:

My research and teaching interests span 5 broad areas:
Sociological/Social Theory: I have been concerned to examine the analytical theories in the work of Robert K Merton, and to develop a robust conceptualisation of social structure.
Social Research Methodology/methods
Sociology of Science and Social Science: I have studied the Columbia Tradition of Sociology (presided over by Robert K Merton and Paul Lazarsfeld), national sociologies (especially New Zealand and South Africa), and most broadly (in association with Prof. Jennifer Platt at Sussex University) comparative patterns in world sociology and organisation of social research.
Studies of New Zealand and Auckland: I am concerned to understand the linkages holding social structures together over time, which has involved studying topics such as Voluntary organisations (NGOs), social class/ inequality/ poverty/social exclusion, neo-liberalism and its effects, economic power structures, occupations, organisations, communities, households, networks, life events, ideologies, voting, quality of life and the ideologies and knowledges held within societies about themselves.
Social Criticism, Social Policy and Social Justice, and in particular the potential of Third way approaches.

Fields of research:

  • Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum and Pedagogy (Excl. Economics, Business and Management)
  • Criminology
  • Social Work
  • Sociology

Featured professional activities

    Research outputs:

    Books

    • Crothers, C. (2018). Sociologies of New Zealand. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. Retrieved from https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9783319738666

    • Crothers, C. (2014). Social structure. London, UK: Routledge.

    • Crothers Charles. (2001). Ways of Being Maori - 2002. Auckland: James Henare Center, University of Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (1987). Robert K. Merton. London, UK: Tavistock Publications.

    Journal articles

    • Crothers, C., Bornmann, L., & Haunschild, R. (2020). Citation concept analysis (CCA) of Robert K. Merton’s book “Social theory and social structure”: How often are certain concepts from the book cited in subsequent publications?. Quantitative Science Studies. Retrieved from https://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/pdf/10.1162/qss_a_00029

    • Crothers, C. (2020). Social change in New Zealand: Preliminary investigation of the last two decades of social background characteristics. New Zealand Sociology, 35(1), 203-244. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C., & O’Brien, T. (2020). The contexts of the Christchurch terror attacks: Social science perspectives. Kotuitui, 15(2), 247-259. doi:10.1080/1177083X.2020.1746364

    • Crothers, C. (2019). Recent writings on Robert K Merton: A listing and some observations. The American Sociologist, 50, 121-135. doi:10.1007/s12108-018-9387-z

    • Crothers, C. (2018). New Zealand studenthood in neo-liberal times. New Zealand Sociology, 33(2), 69-97.

    • Crothers, C., & Azad, A. (2018). Democratisation and Development in Asia (1981-2005). Asian Profile, 46(3).

    • Crothers, C. (2017). Administering CR to resuscitate sociology. Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 48(1). doi:10.1177/0048393117720440

    • Crothers, C. (2017). New Zealand graduates with sociology degrees. New Zealand Sociology, 32(1).

    • Crothers, C. (2017). From MDGs to SDGs: people’s views on Sustainable World Development. ISA E-Symposium for Sociology, 7(2).

    • Crothers, C., & Yeung, S. (2017). The social condition of the New Zealand people: A pre-election review of social indicator information. Kōtuitui : New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, 12(2). doi:10.1080/1177083X.2017.1373682

    • Crothers, C. (2017). The NZ Social Science Journal System: characteristics and visibility. New Zealand Library and Information Management Journa, 56(2). doi:10.6084/M9.FIGSHARE.5715055

    • Crothers, C. (2016). The Role of ‘New Zealand Sociology’ in developing New Zealand sociology. The American Sociologist. doi:10.1007/s12108-016-9332-y

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Reverberations from Littledene: Empirical research in New Zealand sociology. New Zealand Sociology.

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Has the tide embedding neoliberalism turned? An update of recent New Zealand opinion studies. New Zealand Sociology, 31(1). Retrieved from https://sites.google.com/site/nzsociology/journal

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Sociology-relevant archive resources for New Zealand. New Zealand Sociology, 31(1).

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Recent government social research activity. New Zealand Sociology, 31(1). Retrieved from https://sites.google.com/site/nzsociology/journal

    • Crothers, C. (2016). The development of sociology in New Zealand within the contemporary political economy: Where to now?. New Zealand Sociology, 31(7).

    • Crothers, C. (2016). New Zealand-Related Social Science Books: shorter notes. New Zealand Sociology, 31(7).

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Comment on Julian Go/2. Moving on. Sociologica, 10(2). doi:10.2383/85281

    • Crothers, C. (2015). Using the Internet in New Zealand elections. Political Science, 67(2). doi:10.1177/0032318715610165

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). Regional Sociology: attention to the deepening gaps. New Zealand Sociology, 30(1).

    • Crothers, C. (2015). Putting social flesh on economic bones: Sociological comments on Dalziel and Saunders. New Zealand Sociology, 30(3).

    • Crothers, C. (2015). A world you do not know: settler societies, indigenous peoples and the attack on cultural diversity. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 38(13).

    • Nakhid, C., Majavu, A., Bowleg, L., Mooney, S., Ryan, I., Mayeda, D., . . . Halstead, D. (2015). Intersectionality revisited: Moving beyond the contours of race, class,
      gender: Notes on an intersectionality symposium. New Zealand Sociology, 30(4). Retrieved from http://www.nzsociology.nz/index.php/nzs

    • Crothers, C. (2015). Recent (2015) sociology-relevant books about New Zealand. New Zealand Sociology, 30(4).

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). Review of sociology and the unintended: Robert Merton revisited. Contemporary Sociology, 43(March). doi:10.1177/0094306114522415dd

    • Strauss, P., U-Mackey, A., & Crothers, C. (2014). ‘They drag my marks down!’: Challenges faced by lecturers in the allocation of marks for multicultural group projects. Intercultural Education, 25(3). doi:10.1080/14675986.2014.905361

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). Social class in New Zealand: a review based on survey evidence. New Zealand Sociology, 29(3).

    • Crothers, C. H., & von Randow, M. (2014). Measuring changes in family eellbeing in New Zealand 1981 to 2013: an update. New Zealand Sociology, 29(3).

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). Shorter reviews: Social cohesion, community organisations and social
      measurement. New Zealand Sociology, 29(2).

    • Crothers, C. H., Macpherson, C., & Matthewman, S. (2014). History of Auckland sociology department. New Zealand Sociology, 29(4).

    • Crothers, C. (2013). Distributions, dimensions and determinants: The new zealand census 2013 and general social survey 2008-2012 results relating to inequality. New Zealand Sociology, 28(2), 145-168.

    • Crothers, C., von Randow, M., & Cotterell, G. (2013). Measuring changes in family wellbeing in New Zealand 1981 to 2006. New Zealand Sociology, 28(3), 237-254.

    • Platt, J., Crothers, C., & Hogan, M. (2013). Producing ethnographies: Workplace ethnographies in history. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 49(1). doi:10.1002/jhbs.21578

    • Zhang, Z., & Crothers, C. (2013). Chinese entrepreneurial niches in the immigrant and the non-immigrant gateway cities New Zealand. New Zealand Sociology, 28(1).

    • Iusitini, L. C., & Crothers, C. (2013). Turnout and voting choices at general elections of Pacific peoples in New Zealand. Political Science, 65(2). doi:10.1177/0032318713507206

    • Crothers, C. H. (2013). Research Note: Distributions, Dimensions and Determinants: The New Zealand 2013 Census and General Social Survey 2008-2012 results relating to Inequality. Unknown Journal, 28(2).

    • Crothers, C. H., Cotterrell,, G., & Von Randow, M. (2013). 300-319 Research Note: Measuring Changes in Family Wellbeing in New Zealand 1981 to 2006
      Gerry Martin and Charles Crothers. New Zealand Sociology, 28(Special Issue on Class/Inequality).

    • Crothers, C. H. (2013). Appendix: The New Zealand Literature on Social Class/Inequality. New Zealand Sociology, 28(Special Issue on Class/Inequality).

    • Hanna, K. M., Davies, E., Crothers, C., & Henderson, E. (2012). Child Witnesses' access to alternative modes of testifying in New Zealand. Psychiatry Psychology and Law. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/action/showAxaArticles?journalCode=tppl20

    • Hanna, K. M., Davies, E., Crothers, C., & Henderson, E. (2012). Questioning child witnesses in New Zealand's criminal justice system: Is cross-examination fair?. Psychiatry Psychology and Law, 19(4). Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13218719.2011.615813

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). Town and country studies. New Zealand Sociology, 27(1). Retrieved from http://innz.natlib.govt.nz/

    • Azad, A., & Crothers, C. H. (2012). Bangladesh: An umpired democracy. Journal of Social and Development Sciences, 3(6). Retrieved from http://www.ifrnd.org/admin/jsds/3.pdf

    • Crothers, C. H., & Azad, A. (2012). Singapore regime outsmarts economic effect on democratisation (1981-2005). Asian Profile, 40(6). Retrieved from http://www.asianresearchservice.com/Asianprofile.htm

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). Books and their blurbs: Recent New Zealand sociologist-authored books. New Zealand Sociology, 27(1). Retrieved from http://ndhadeliver.natlib.govt.nz/

    • Gale, A., & Crothers, C. (2011). Māori social wellbeing: A descriptive account from the 2008 general social survey. New Zealand Sociology, 26(SPEC. ISSUE), 76-90.

    • Crothers, C. (2011). Māori sociology: Legacy and resources. New Zealand Sociology, 26(SPEC. ISSUE), 61-67.

    • Cotterell, J., & Crothers, C. (2011). Social Indicators and Social Reporting in New Zealand, and the Potential Contribution of the Family Whanau and Wellbeing Project. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 37.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2011). Maori sociology: legacy and resources. New Zealand Sociology, 26(Special). Retrieved from http://ndhadeliver.natlib.govt.nz/

    • Crothers, C. H. (2011). Developments in British Sociology as Shown in British Sociology Journals. Sociological Research Online, 16(3). Retrieved from http://www.socresonline.org.uk.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/16/3/contents.html

    • Crothers, C. H. (2011). Thin Explanations: A Review of The Oxford Handbook of Analytical Sociology. Philosophy of the Social Sciences.

    • Crothers, C. (2010). Mapping sociology's international pattern of knowledge production. International Sociological Association E-Bulletin, 15.

    • Davies, E., Crothers, C., & Hanna, K. (2010). Preventing child poverty: Barriers and solutions. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 39(2).

    • Grbic, D., Ishizawa, H., & Crothers, C. (2010). Ethnic residential segregation in New Zealand, 1991–2006. Social Science Research, 39(1). doi:10.1016/j.ssresearch.2009.05.003

    • Crothers, C. (2009). Merton's flawed and incomplete methodological program: Response to Stephen Turner. Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 39(2). doi:10.1177/0048393109333628

    • Crothers, C. (2009). New Zealand Sociology Textbooks: a descriptive comparison. New Zealand Sociology, 24(2).

    • Crothers, C. (2008). Encyclopaedias, handbooks, dictionaries, collections and companions: Assessing collective works in sociology. International Sociology, 23(2).

    • Crothers, C. (2008). New Zealand sociology textbooks. Current Sociology, 56(2).

    • Crothers, C. (2008). Patterns behind the rankings: mining academic league tables to reveal variability and co-variation. Access, 27(1&2).

    • Crothers, C. (2008). Recent (2005-2008)social science-relevant books on New Zealand: A review essay. New Zealand Sociology, 23(1).

    • Crothers, C. (2008). The state of New Zealand sociology: An updated profile. New Zealand Sociology, 23(1).

    • Smith, P., Smith, N., Sherman, K., Kripalani, K., Goodwin, I., Crothers, C., & Bell, A. (2008). The Internet: Social and demographic impacts in Aotearoa New Zealand. Journal Observatorio, 2(3).

    • Crothers, C. (2008). Public Opinion, Democracy, and Market Reform in Africa. International Sociology, 23(2), 268-272. doi:10.1177/02685809080230021702

    • Crothers, C. (2007). Race and ethnic studies in New Zealand: Review essay. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 30(1).

    • Crothers, C. (2005). The reception (in sociology)of recent French social theorists. Cultural and Policy Studies, Special Edition: The Legacy of Jacques Derrida. ACCESS: Critical Perspectives on Communication, 24.

    • Crothers Charles. (2005). New Zealand religious affiliations in the new millennium. Stimulus, 13(4).

    • Crothers Charles. (2004). Merton as a general theorist: Structures, choices, mechanisms, and consequences. The American Sociologist, 35(3).

    • Crothers Charles. (2004). Two research parties on the 2002 New Zealand elections. New Zealand Sociology, 19(2).

    • Crothers Charles. (2003). Maori well-being and disparity in Tamaki-Makarau. New Zealand Population Review, 29(1).

    • Crothers Charles. (2003). Heidegger's Reception Within Sociology. ACCESS, 22(1&2). Retrieved from http://www.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers Charles. (2001). Social Factors and HIV/AIDS in South Africa: A Framework and Summary. Society in Transition, 32(1).

    • Crothers Charles. (2000). Social Effects of the New Zealand Neo-Liberal Experiment: Change Over Time of the Subjective Financial Situations of Households. New Zealand Sociology, 15(1).

    • Crothers Charles. (2000). Monitoring the Changing Social Conditions of New Zealanders. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 15.

    • Crothers, C. (2000). The effect of community context in the South African land reform programme. Sociological Research Online, 5(2), 89-94. doi:10.5153/sro.498

    • Crothers, C. (1999). Let’s get real: Developing realist approaches within the philosophy of social science. South African Journal of Philosophy, 18(2), 211-222. doi:10.1080/02580136.1999.10878184

    • Crothers, C. (1998). The official, quasi-official and non-official sectors of the South African social bookkeeping apparatus: A review of some recent studies. Society in Transition, 29(1-2), 67-72. doi:10.1080/10289852.1998.10520146

    • Crothers, C. (1997). Review Essay : Visions of the Sociological Tradition. Acta Sociologica, 40(3), 291-299. doi:10.1177/000169939704000305

    • Crothers, C. (1997). Extending Levine's models of sociological research traditions. History of the Human Sciences, 10(2), 148-162. doi:10.1177/095269519701000210

    • Crothers, C. (1993). Peer review reliability: The hierarchy of the sciences. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 16(2), 398-399. doi:10.1017/S0140525X00030764

    • Laslett, M., Crothers, C., Beattie, P., Cregten, L., & Moses, A. (1991). The frequency and incidence of low back pain/sciatica in an urban population. New Zealand Medical Journal, 104(921).

    • Murray, G., & Crothers, C. (1989). Corporate decision-making: Some New Zealand survey evidence. Critical Sociology, 16(2-3), 75-89. doi:10.1177/089692058901600205

    • Crothers, C. (1988). Population, business implications and planning. The business of population, 1-6.

    • Crothers, C. (1986). The 1982 China population census. New Zealand Population Review, 12(1), 67-70.

    • Crothers, C. (1984). The New Zealand age- sex structure, 1981. New Zealand Population Review, 10(3), 64-68.

    • Roseman, C. C., & Crothers, C. (1984). Changing patterns of inter-regional migration in New Zealand, 1966 to 1981. New Zealand Population Review, 10(3), 2-26.

    • Crothers, C. (1984). Patterns of regional social differences in New Zealand. Journal of Sociology, 20(3), 365-376. doi:10.1177/144078338402000305

    • Crothers, C. (1983). Voluntary unionism and youth rates: demographic aspects ( New Zealand). New Zealand Population Review, 9(3), 55-61.

    • Crothers, C. (1978). The reliability of density measurements. Urban Affairs Review, 13(4), 491-494. doi:10.1177/107808747801300405

    • Crothers, C. (1978). The methodological experience of social surveys in New Zealand. Journal of Sociology, 14(3), 231-238. doi:10.1177/144078337801400303

    • Crothers, C. (1976). Three problems with density indices. Journal of Sociology, 12(2), 152-153. doi:10.1177/144078337601200214

    • Crothers, C. (1976). New Zealand in cross-national perspective. Political Science, 28(2), 97-116. doi:10.1177/003231877602800202

    • Crothers, C. (1975). Community radio: General and focused current affairs talk-backs. Journal of Sociology, 11(2), 54-59. doi:10.1177/144078337501100212

    • Crothers, C. (1974). Housing classes in an urban renewal situation: Some preliminary evidence. Journal of Sociology, 10(3), 219-220. doi:10.1177/144078337401000315

    Book chapters

    • Crothers, C. (2019). Structural-functionalism. In J. J. Ponzetti, M. Blankemeyer, S. M. Horan, H. Lyons, & A. Shigeto (Eds.), Macmillan Encyclopedia of Families, Marriages, and Intimate Relationships (pp. 849-852). .Macmillan Reference USA.

    • Crothers, C. (2018). Quality of Life and its determinants. In Prof. Dr. Gabriele Schäfer, & Dr. Dieter Brinkmann (Eds.), Lebensqualität als postmodernes Konstrukt: Soziale, gesundheitsbezogene und kulturelle Dimensionen (pp. 33-55). Bremen, Germany: Institut für Freizeitwissenschaft und Kulturarbeit e.V. an der Hochschule Bremen.

    • Crothers, C. (2017). The field of education in New Zealand: Inclusion/exclusion in schooling. In G. K. Verma, & D. Kalekin-Fishman (Eds.), Approaches to educational and social inclusion: International perspectives on theory, policy and key challenges (pp. 89-104). Oxon, UK: Taylor and Francis Group. Retrieved from https://www.routledge.com/

    • Crothers, C. H. (2016). Maori and Pakeha (New Zealand). In The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism (pp. 1-3). Retrieved from http://bookshop.blackwell.co.uk/

    • Crothers, C. (2016). An early assessment of the Auckland Unitary model. In J. Drage, & C. Cheyne (Eds.), Local government in New Zealand: Challenges and choices (pp. 233-243). Auckland, NZ: Dunmore Publishing Limited. Retrieved from http://www.dunmore.co.nz/

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). Sociological traditions. In International encyclopedia of the social & behavioral sciences (second edition) (pp. 965-973). Oxford, UK: Elsevier. doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-097086-8.32161-4

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). Discipline-building in the social sciences: Collective memory, biography and autobiography. In J. D. Wright (Ed.), International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences (second edition) (pp. 491-497). doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-097086-8.03002-6

    • Crothers, C. (2015). Dahl, Robert A (1915-2014). In J. Wright (Ed.), International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences (pp. 655-660). Amsterdam: Elsevier. doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-097086-8.61185-6

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). Elster, Jon (1940-). In International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences (second edition) (pp. 402-408). doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-097086-8.61193-5

    • Crothers, C. (2015). Social Structure: history of the concept. In International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences (second edition) (pp. 719-726). doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-097086-8.03115-9

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). Immigrants and voting in New Zealand. In J. Volwes (Ed.), The new electoral politics in New Zealand: The significance of the 2011 election (pp. 159-184). Wellington: Institute for Governance and Policy Studies; School of Government; Victoria University of Wellington;Wellington. Retrieved from http://igps.victoria.ac.nz/publications/publications/show/354

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). Analysing social structures. In D. Erasga (Ed.), Sociological landscape: Theories, realities and trends (pp. 15-40). Rijeka, Croatia: InTech.

    • Crothers, C. (2011). Robert K. Merton. In G. Ritzer, & J. Stepnisky (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Major Social Theorists (pp. 65-89). Oxford: Blackwell. Retrieved from http://au.wiley.com/

    • Crothers, C. (2011). New Zealand. In G. Barnett (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Social Networks. Sage Publications. Retrieved from http://www.sagepub.com/books/Book234364#tabview=toc

    • Crothers, C. (2010). Branches of sociology. In C. Crothers (Ed.), Historical developments and theoretical approaches in sociology. Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS (pp. 183-204). Oxford, England: EOLSS Publishers. Retrieved from http://www.eolss.net/

    • Crothers, C. (2010). Reproducing the center at the periphery: Antipodean traditions of sociology. In S. Patel (Ed.), The ISA handbook of diverse sociological traditions (pp. 346-357). London, England: Sage Publications.

    • Crothers, C. (2010). The historical development of sociology: Sociological traditions. In C. Crothers (Ed.), Historical developments and theoretical approaches in sociology. Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS (pp. 1-43). Oxford, England: EOLSS Publishers. Retrieved from http://www.eolss.net/

    • Crothers, C., & Platt, J. (2010). The history amd development of sociological social research methods. In C. Crothers (Ed.), Historical developments and theoretical approaches in sociology. Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS (pp. 44-64). Oxford, England: EOLSS Publishers. Retrieved from http://www.eolss.net/

    • Goodwin, I., Smith, N., Sherman, K., Crothers, C., Billot, J., & Smith, P. (2009). Internet use in New Zealand: Implications for social change. In G. Cardoso, A. Cheong, & J. Cole (Eds.), World wide internet: Changing societies, economies and cultures (pp. 624-655). Macao: University of Macao Press.

    • Crothers, C. (2007). Parameters of community development in New Zealand: An Auckland case study. In Community development practise in New Zealand: Exploring good practise (pp. 271-284). Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2006). Mapping the social sciences by exploring Performance-Based Research Fund data: Characteristics of New Zealand academic social sciences research outputs. In Evaluating the Performance-Based Research Fund: Framing the Debate (pp. 185-209). Wellington.

    • Crothers, C. (2006). Structure. In B. Marshall, H. Mueller, & A. Harrington (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Theory (pp. 604-610). London: Routledge. Retrieved from http://books.google.co.nz/

    • Crothers, C. (2006). The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives, 2003-2005. In R. K. Merton (Ed.), Unknown Book (pp. 365-368). Detroit.

    • Crothers, C., Smith, R., & Jesson, J. (2005). 'Inside' education: An assessment of this discipline under the PBRF. In R. Smith, & J. Jesson (Eds.), Punishing the disciplines - the PBRF regime: Evaluating the position of education - where to from here? (pp. 140-161). Auckland: AUT University, University of Auckland.

    • Crothers, C., Germov, J., & McGee, T. R. (2005). History of Sociology in New Zealand. In J. Germov, & T. R. McGee (Eds.), Histories of Australian Sociology (pp. 67-80). Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.

    • Calhoun, C., Crothers, C., Rojek, C., & Turner, B. S. (2005). The Diversity and Insularity of Sociological Traditions. In C. Calhoun, C. Rojek, & B. S. Turner (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Sociology (pp. 79-102). London, California, New Delhi: Sage Publications.

    • Yourn, B., Crothers, C., & Little, S. (2004). A multi-disciplinary applied social science bachelors degree in the Social Sciences: the AUT experience. In B. Yourn, & S. Little (Eds.), Walking to Different Beats: Good Practice and Innovation in Higher Education (pp. 57-76). Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

    • Crothers, C., Chew, S. C., & Knottnerus, J. D. (2002). History of social structural analysis. In S. C. Chew, & J. D. Knottnerus (Eds.), Structure, culture and history: Recent issues in social theory (pp. 3-41). Lanham, MD.: Rowman & Littlefield.

    • Crothers, C., Ray, D., & Reddy, P. S. (2002). Attitudes to chiefs in South Africa. In D. Ray, & P. S. Reddy (Eds.), Grassroots governance (pp. 69-82). Calgary, Alberta: University of Calgary Press.

    • Crothers., Charles., & Michie, J. (2001). "Durkheim"; "Master status"; "Merton"; "Modernization theory"; "Role" ; "Social structure" ; "Status" ; "Sociology, history of". In J. Michie (Ed.), Reader's Guide to the Social Sciences (pp. "Durkheim" (410-11); "Master status" (1023); "Merton" (1040-41); "Modernization theory" (1060-62); "Role" (1434-35); "Social structure" (1529-30); "Status" (1600-01); "Sociology, history of" (1550-52)). London: Fitzroy Dearborn.

    • Crothers., Charles., & Smelser, N. (2001). National Traditions in the Social Sciences. In N. Smelser (Ed.), International Encylopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences (pp. 10323-8). Elsevier Science.

    Conference contributions

    • Henry, E., Walter, M., Houkamau, C., Wolfgramm, R., & Crothers, C. (2019). Developing indigenous quantitative research: Voices from Australia and New Zealand. In 33rd ANZAM Conference 2019. Cairns. Retrieved from http://anzamconference.org/

    • Webster, K., & Crothers, C. (2019). Whose voices are being heard in Auckland local government? Women, youth, minorities and electoral success in Auckland, 2013 2016 and 2019. In New Zealand Political Studies Association Annual Conference. Christchurch.

    • Henry, E., & Crothers, C. (2019). Developing indigenous quantitative methodology in New Zealand.. In BAM2019 proceedings. Birmingham: British Academy of Management.

    • Crothers, C. (2018). Patterns in the History of NZ Sociology. In SAANZ 2018 Conference. Wellington.

    • Crothers, C., & Henry, E. (2018). Kaupapa Māori: An Indigenous Quantitative Methodology. In SAANZ 2018 Conference. Kilburn, Wellington: SAANZ. Retrieved from https://saanz2018.org.nz/

    • Crothers, C., & Fourt-wells, S. (2018). NZ Government social research literature study. In SAANZ 2018 Conference. VUW. Retrieved from https://www.victoria.ac.nz/

    • Greaves, L., & Crothers, C. (2018). Populism and the 2017 Election: The Components, Prevalence, and Correlates of Populism. In New Zealand Political Studies Association. Wellington.

    • Webster, K., & Crothers, C. (2018). How representative is local government in super-diverse Auckland, New Zealand - Who stood and who was elected?. In 2018 EGPA Annual Conference: The European Group for Public Administration (EGPA). Lausanne.

    • Crothers, C. (2018). Interstitial sociologies and their associations. In XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology. Toronto.

    • Crothers, C. (2018). The relationship between Merton's sociology of science and his general sociology. In XIX ISA Congress 2018: Session in Memory of Robert K Merton. Toronto.

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Theorists views on variations in futures & their confrontation with evidence. In The futures we want: Global Sociology and the struggles for a better world Third ISA Forum of Sociology. Vienna.

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Memorialising early social science work in the Antipodes. In Monuments, relics and revivals (RC08, Institute of Sociology, Polish Sociological Association). Warsaw.

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Opening panel: Nethui. In Nethui Roadtrip - South Auckland. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Interrelationships amongst and determinants of network characteristics: a reworking of GSS data.. In Imagined futures: sociology, science and the arts: saanz. Napier. Retrieved from http://www.massey.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C. (2016). The Auckland 2016 Local Elections. In NZPA: Divergent Democracies. Hamilton.

    • Crothers, C. (2015). Varieties of modernity. In Sociological Association of Aotearoa (SAANZ). Hamilton.

    • Crothers, C. (2015). Generations in New Zealand. In Sociological Association of Aotearoa (SAANZ). Hamilton.

    • Crothers, C. (2015). Social movement activity in New Zealand over the last decades. In SOCIAL MOVEMENTS, RESISTANCE AND SOCIAL CHANGE II: POSSIBILITIES, IDEAS, DEMANDS. AUT.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). Panel on NZ Internet Research: Nethui. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). Residential differentiation in Auckland: Class, ethnicity and life cycle stage. In Our People, Our Places: New Zealand's Population Conference 2015. Hamilton.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). Internationalisation of university staff and students. In Universities in the Knowledge Economy Conference. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. H., & Lips, M. (2015). Internet research: Opportunities and impacts. In Internet Research Forum 2015. Auckland. Retrieved from https://internetnz.nz/internet-research-forum

    • Crothers, C. (2014). Empirical evidence on various combinations of intersectionality. In Intersectionality Symposium. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). The scope and scholarly impact of survey research: Evidence from data archives. In International histories of sociology: Conference proceedings of the research committee on history of sociology (pp. 29-33). Yokohama: RCHS.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). The 2013 Auckland council elections. In New Zealand Political Studies Association 2014 Annual Conference. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). Internet voting & prospective internet voting in NZ. In New Zealand Political Studies Association 2014 Annual Conference. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). Trends in NZ society. In Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SANZ) 2014 Conference: “The social impact of the Canterbury earthquakes. Christchurch.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). The NZ social science literature. In Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SANZ) 2014 Conference: “The social impact of the Canterbury earthquakes. Christchurch.

    • Bell, A., Crothers, C., Ferguson, R., Gibson, A., & Smith, P. (2014). World Internet Project NZ, trends 2007-2013: User vignettes. In World Internet Project Conference 2014. Bocconi University.

    • Crothers, C. H., MacPherson, C., & Matthewman, S. (2013). History of Auckland sociology departments. In Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ) Annual Conference 2013. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. H., & Smith, P. K. (2013). NZ national identity: The survey evidence. In SAANZ. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. H., & Liddicoat, J. (2013). Internet rights. In Nethui 2013. Wellington.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). Recent developments in NZ universities and tertiary education, with particular reference to sociology. In The Australian Sociological Assocation Conference 2012: Emerging and Enduring Inequalities. Brisbane.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). Big brother and little sister: Australia-New Zealand relations. In The Australian Sociological Association Conference 2012: Emerging and Enduring Inequalities. Brisbane. Retrieved from http://www.tasa.org.au/

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). Enduring and emerging inequalities in New Zealand. In The Australian Sociological Asociation Conferenec 2012: Emerging and Enduring Inequalities. Brisbane.

    • Bell, A., Smith, P., Aguirre, A., Crothers, C., & Gibson, A. (2012). The Internet Biographies of New Zealanders. In NetHui 2012. Auckland. Retrieved from http://2012.nethui.org.nz/programme

    • Crothers, C. H., & Smith, P. (2012). NZ-unique topic: internet effects on ethnic and national identities. In World Internet Project Meeting. Sharjah. Retrieved from http://www.aus.edu/

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). The development of sociology’s system of journals. In ISA RCHS Interim Conference: Changing universities, changing sociology. Dublin. Retrieved from http://www.eventznet.com/evx/acs/isarchs/2012/Sessions.aspx

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). Travelling theories, travelling theorists. In ISA RCHS Interim Conference: Changing universities, changing sociology. Dublin. Retrieved from http://www.eventznet.com/evx/acs/isarchs/2012/Sessions.aspx

    • Crothers, C. H. (2011). Views of the Future. In SAANZ. Wellington. Retrieved from http://www.victoria.ac.nz/sacs/research/conferences

    • Crothers, C. H., & Gale, A. (2011). Changing patterns of residential differentiation in Auckland. In Population Association of New Zealand 2011 Conference. Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.population.org.nz/2007-conference/

    • Crothers, C. (2010). Agenda setting and steering mechanims in Anglo-American sociologies. In XVII ISA World Congress of Sociology: Sociology on the Move. Conference Abstracts (pp. 103). : International Sociological Association.

    • Crothers, C. (2010). Attitudes to globalisation. In Globalisation and Public Policy: An International Cross Cultural Research Exchange Conference. AUT University.

    • Crothers, C. (2010). New Zealand sociology in a neo-liberal era: Strands of political economy in New Zealand social science. In Facing an unequal world: Challenges for a global sociology (II (pp. 228-243). : Institute of Sociology at Academia Sinica, Council of National Associations of the ISA, and Academia Sinica.

    • Crothers, C., Baehr, P., Fleck, C., Hess, A., & Mclaughlin, N. (2010). Author meets critics session: Hannah Arendt, totalitarianism and the social sciences. In XVII ISA World Congress of Sociology: Sociology on the Move. Conference Abstracts (pp. 103). : International Sociological Association.

    • Crothers, C., Bell, A., Billot, J., Gibson, A., Sherman, K., & Smith, P. (2010). World Internet Project New Zealand: A contextual and historical overview. In World Internet Project annual meeting. Lisbon.

    • Crothers, C., & Grewal, B. (2009). The attractivness of the academic profession in New Zealand. In 2009 International Conference: Attractiveness of the Academic Profession. . Retrieved from http://www.lhmartininstitute.edu.au/conference_events/2009

    • Crothers, C. (2008). Candidates, issues and outcomes in Auckland local election voting. In The Future of Local Government Research Symposium. Wellington.

    • Crothers, C. (2008). Changing rural land uses in New Zealand: broad statistics. In Conflict in Paradise: the Transformation of Rural New Zealand. .

    • Crothers, C. (2008). Determinants of local authority voting choice. In New Zealand Political Studies Association Annual Conference 2008. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2008). Teaching Sociology. In Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand Conference. Dunedin.

    • Crothers, C. (2008). Values and attitudes of non-profit sector employees and volunteers. In Australia and New Zealand Third Sector Research Conference. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C., Butcher, A., & Tolich, M. (2008). NZ Social Science research funding and its effects. In Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand Conference. Dunedin.

    • Crothers, C., & King, J. (2008). Characteristics of non-paid work volunteers. In Australia and New Zealand Third Sector Research Conference. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C., & Smith, N. (2008). WIP New Zealand: Sociological Results: Modelling the social impacts of the internet. In Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand Conference. Dunedin.

    • Crothers, C., & van Randow, M. (2008). Changing Social structures and their effects on Deprivation. In Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand Conference. Dunedin.

    • Grbic, D., Ishizawa, H., & Crothers, C. (2008). Dynamics of spatial differentiation among ethnic groups in New Zealand. In Population Association of America Society 2008 Annual Meeting. New Orleans.

    • Platt, J., Crothers, C., & Horgan, M. (2008). Ethnography of work and the work of ethnography: Hodson's sample and the discipline. In American Sociological Association 2008 Annual Meeting. Boston.

    • Crothers, C. (2007). Mapping social trends in New Zealand. In Australian Sociological Association (TASA) & the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ) Joint Conference: Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2007). New Zealand national identity: The survey evidence. In Te Wh?inga Aronui The Council for the Humanities Congress 2007: Transformations '07: Composing the nation: ideas, peoples, histories, languages, cultures, economies. Wellington.

    • Crothers, C. (2007). Patterns of development of religious denominations: New Zealand religious affiliations over the last 150 years. In Association for the Sociology of Religion Annual Meeting: Striving for a better world - religion and social change. New York.

    • Crothers, C. (2007). Sociology in the Antipodes: Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. In Australian Sociological Association (TASA) & the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ) Joint Conference: Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2007). The impacts of urban growth on provision of social services. In New Zealand Association for Impact Assessment (NZAIA) Annual Conference: Assessing the impacts of growth on our urban areas. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2007). The link between social science teaching in secondary schools and at tertiary level. In 2nd SocCon [New Zealand social science teachers organisations] Biennial Conference: People and perspectives. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2007). The way forward for sociology: Four public sociologies?. In Australian Sociological Association (TASA) & the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ) Joint Conference: Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C., Harrington, P., & Patterson, L. (2007). History of sociology in New Zealand. In Australian Sociological Association (TASA) & the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ) Joint Conference: Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2006). Domestic and international sociological attention on South Africa and sub-Saharan Africa. In XVI International Sociological Association (ISA) World Congress of Sociology. Durban.

    • Crothers, C. (2006). Economic voting in New Zealand 2005. In Annual Conference of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ. Hamilton.

    • Crothers, C. (2006). The development of indicators in New Zealand. In XVI International Sociological Association (ISA) World Congress of Sociology. Durban.

    • Hassall, I., Davies, E., Crothers, C., Devere, H., Verbitsky, J., & McCormack, F. (2006). Love, fear and control: Adult attitudes to children and discipline in New Zealand. In 10th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect: Kia Puawai nga Tamariki - Blossoming of Our Children. Wellington.

    • Crothers, C., Jackson, K., Lewis, N., Adams, S., & Morten, M. (2005). Donor funding in Oceania: Some empirical data from select years. In Development on the Edge, Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference of the Aotearoa New Zealand International Development Studies Network (DevNet) (pp. 177-182). : Centre for Development Studies, University of Auckland.

    • Crothers Charles. (2005). Life-cycles of Auckland suburbs. In Promoting Social Critique: Sociology Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ) Annual Conference 2005. Eastern Institute of Technology.

    • Crothers Charles. (2005). The stock of New Zealand social science knowledge. In Promoting Social Critique: Sociology Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ) Annual Conference 2005. Eastern Institute of Technology.

    • Crothers Charles. (2005). The influence of Robert K Merton. In American Sociological Association 100th Annual Meeting. Philadelphia.

    • Crothers Charles. (2005). Patterns of demographic structures of Auckland Suburbs. In 2005 Population Association of New Zealand (PANZ) Conference. University of Auckland.

    • Harington, P., Patterson, L., Wood, B., & Crothers, C. (2005). SAANZ History Project: Sociology in New Zealand. In Promoting Social Critique: Sociology Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ) Annual Conference 2005. Eastern Institute of Technology.

    • Crothers Charles. (2004). Aid flows to the Pacific. In Development Studies Conference. University of Auckland, Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.cce.auckland.ac.nz/conferences/index.cfm?P=7130

    • Crothers Charles. (2004). The scientific and policy utility of aggregate-level census data-sets. In Ministry of Social Development: The Social Policy, Research and Evaluation Conference. Wellington Convention Centre, Wellington. Retrieved from http://www.msd.govt.nz/

    • Crothers Charles. (2004). The 2004 Auckland local body elections. In New Zealand Political Studies Association Conference. University of Waikato, Hamilton. Retrieved from http://www.waikato.ac.nz/

    • Crothers Charles. (2004). Class in New Zealand: The current picture. In Sociological Association of Aotearoa/ New Zealand Conference, Crossing Boundaries: Making Connections. Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington. Retrieved from http://saanz.rsnz.org/ConferencePapers2004.pdf

    • Crothers Charles. (2004). Sociology in the PBRF. In Sociological Association of Aotearoa/ New Zealand Conference, Crossing Boundaries: Making Connections. Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington. Retrieved from http://saanz.rsnz.org/ConferencePapers2004.pdf

    • Crothers Charles. (2004). Influences on New Zealand sociology. In Sociological Association of Aotearoa/ New Zealand Conference, Crossing Boundaries: Making Connections. Victoria University of Wellington. Retrieved from http://saanz.rsnz.org/ConferencePapers2004.pdf

    • Crothers Charles. (2004). The ethnographic literature on the Pacific. In Association of Social Anthropologists of Aotearoa New Zealand Conference: Translations, Treaties, and Testimonies: The Cultural Politics of Interpretation. University of Auckland and Auckland University of Technology, Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/ant/ASAAConference/welcome.htm

    • Crothers Charles. (2004). New Zealand textbooks. In Research Committee on the History of Sociology mid-term Conference. Austria.

    • Crothers Charles. (2004). The rise and fall of theory - Traditions in recent sociology. In Research Committee on the History of Sociology, International Sociological Association (ISA) conference. Austria.

    • Crothers Charles. (2004). The scientific and policy utility of aggregate-level census data-sets. In Ministry of Social Development: The Social Policy, Research and Evaluation Conference. Wellington. Retrieved from http://www.msd.govt.nz/

    • Crothers Charles. (2004). Sociology in the PBRF. In Sociological Association of Aotearoa/ New Zealand Conference, Crossing Boundaries: Making Connections. Victoria University of Wellington. Retrieved from http://saanz.rsnz.org/ConferencePapers2004.pdf

    • Harvey, S., Gao, J., Crothers, C., Heron, R. L., & Logie, J. (2004). The knowledge/information economy/society (KIES) and GE: Engineering an election outcome?. In Windows on a changing world: Proceedings of the 22nd New Zealand Geographical Society Conference Vol. 22 (pp. 141-145). : New Zealand Geographical Society.

    • Poulston. (2004). Sacking, staffing and supervision in commercial hospitality. In Knowledge, capitalism and critique: Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ):Conference Proceedings (pp. 1-9). . Retrieved from http://saanz.rsnz.org/Poulston.doc

    • Crothers Charles. (2003). Characteristics of and differences between post-colonial societies. In Between Empires: Communication, Globalisation and Identity [Conference]. Auckland University of Technology, Auckland.

    • Crothers Charles. (2003). Urban Disparities. In Connecting Policy Research and Practice – The Social Policy Research and Evaluation Conference 2003. : Ministry of Social Development. http://www.msd.govt.nz/work-areas/cross-sectoral-work/conference/abstracts-papers-presentations/3.1.html. Retrieved from http://www.msd.govt.nz/

    • Crothers Charles. (2003). The eighth state of Australia?: Similarities between NZ and the various states.... In New Zealand Political Studies Association Annual Conference. University of Auckland, Auckland.

    • Crothers Charles. (2003). Trends in economic voting in New Zealand. In New Zealand Political Studies Association Annual Conference. University of Auckland, Auckland.

    • Bond, C., Crothers, C., & Bright, P. (2003). The changing education/occupational link. In Learning for an unknown future: Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) conference proceedings Vol. 26. : HERDSA.

    • Crothers, C., Gao, J., Harvey, S., Heron, R. L., & Logie, J. (2003). The parameters of the New Zealand "knowledge society" (K/I/E/S). In Windows on a changing world: Proceedings of the 22nd New Zealand Geographical Society Conference Vol. 22 (pp. 126-130). : New Zealand Geographical Society.

    • Crothers Charles. (2003). Languages in South Africa. In International Conference on Language, Education and Diversity. University of Waikato, Hamilton.

    • Crothers, C., & Harvey, S. (2003). The parameters of the knowledge/information economy/society. In New Zealand Geographical Society Conference. University of Auckland, Auckland.

    • Davis, P., Jenkin, G., Sporle, A., Crothers, C., Blakely, T., & Scott, A. (2003). Family and household well-being during the last two decades - What can existing data tell us?. In Social Policy Research and Evaluation Conference 2003: Ministry of Social Development.. : Ministry of Social Development http://www.msd.govt.nz/work-areas/cross-sectoral-work/conference/abstracts-papers-presentations/abstracts-papers-presentations.html. Retrieved from http://www.msd.govt.nz/

    • Harvey, S., & Crothers, C. (2003). The knowledge/information economy/society and GE: Engineering an election outcome?. In New Zealand Geographical Society Conference. University of Auckland, Auckland.

    • Crothers, C., Matheny, J., & Rouau, A. (2003). Constructive competition in cooperative activities: Using power for collective benefit. [Online]. In Knowledge, Capitalism, Critique: Proceedings of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa Conference, Auckland, New Zealand. : SAANZ. http://saanz.rsnz.org/matheny.doc. Retrieved from http://saanz.rsnz.org/conference2004.htmlhttp://saanz.rsnz.org/matheny.doc

    • Bouillon, A., Crothers, C., Freund, B., Hindsen, D., & Lootvoet, B. (2002). Changing patterns of differentiation in Durban. In Governance, Urban Dynamics and Economic Development: A comparative analysis of the Metropolitan Areas of Durban, Abidjan and Marseilles. Scientific Committee, Durban (pp. 25-38). : Plumbline Pub..

    • Brennan, C., Crothers., & Charles. (2002). New Zealand as a knowledge/information economy society (KIES): The "Catching the Knowledge Wave" Conference, Palmerston North [Electronic]. In [Proceedings of the]Sociological Association of Aotearoa/New Zealand (SAANZ) Conference: Social Science in the Twenty-First Century (pp. 104-11). . Retrieved from http://saanz.science.org.nz/

    • Crothers Charles. (2002). An index of community cohesion. In Partnership Conference. University of Auckland, Auckland.

    • Crothers Charles. (2002). Dominion sociologies: Sociological research and pedagogy in New Zealand and Australia. In International Sociological Association Conference. Brisbane.

    • Crothers Charles. (2002). The history of sociology in New Zealand. In International Sociological Association Conference. Brisbane.

    • Crothers Charles. (2002). The intellectual content of national sociologies. In International Sociological Association Conference. Brisbane.

    • Crothers Charles. (2002). Conceptual frameworks for understanding the history of the social sciences: A review. In International Sociological Association Conference. Brisbane.

    • Crothers Charles. (2002). Social capital of New Zealanders. In 2002 Sociological Association of Aotearoa/ New Zealand (SAANZ) Conference: Social Science in the Twenty-First Century. Christchurch.

    • Crothers Charles. (2002). Evidence aware policy: Opportunities and constraints?. In 2002 Sociological Association of Aotearoa/ New Zealand (SAANZ) Conference: Social Science in the Twenty-First Century, [Panel presentation].. Christchurch.

    • Crothers Charles. (2002). Reverberations from Littledene. In 2002 Sociological Association of Aotearoa/ New Zealand (SAANZ) Conference: Social Science in the Twenty-First Century. .

    • Crothers, C., & Vowles, J. (2002). Current attitudes to immigration in New Zealand. In 2002 Sociological Association of Aotearoa/ New Zealand (SAANZ) Conference: Social Science in the Twenty-First Century. .

    • Crothers Charles. (2001). Trends in Sociology Journal Articles. In American Sociological Association Annual Conference. Los Angeles.

    Edited books/volumes

    • Crothers, C., & Fletcher, M. (2015). New Zealand Sociology, 30(3): Special Issue. Auckland, New Zealand: Sociological Association of Aotearoa/New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.nzsociology.nz/index.php/nzs

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). New Zealand Sociology, 29(4): Special Issue. Auckland, New Zealand: Sociological Association of Aotearoa/New Zealand.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2013). New Zealand Sociology 28(3): Special Issue on Inequity and Class in New Zealand (Vol. 28). Auckland, New Zealand: Sociological Association of Aotearoa/New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.nzsociology.nz/index.php/nzs

    • Crothers, C. (2010). Historical developments and theoretical approaches in sociology. Oxford, England: EOLSS Publishers.

    • Crothers, C., Jubber, K., Gow, J., & Richter, L. (2001). Special issue on social factors affecting HIV/Aids in Southern Africa (Vol. 32).

    Reports

    • Crothers, C. (2020). CV-19 Related Surveys in New Zealand, early April 2020: Research Note 1 (1). Auckland, NZ.

    • Sedgwick, C., Proctor-Thomson, S., Crothers, C., & Felgate, R. (2019). The State of the Public Tertiary Education Sector Survey, 2018. Wellington.

    • Henry, E., & Crothers, C. (2019). Exploring Papakāinga: A Kaupapa Māori quantitative methodology. Wellington.

    • Crothers, C. (2018). Measuring Social Categories in New Zealand: Resources for social researchers. Wellington. Retrieved from http://communityresearch.org.nz/

    • Zwimpfer, L., Crothers, C., Smith, P., Craig, B., Cotter, C., Alford, M., . . . Yeung, S. (2017). Digital New Zealanders: The pulse of our nation. A report to MBIE and DIA 2017. Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment: Digital Inclusion Research Group. Retrieved from http://www.mbie.govt.nz/

    • Crothers, C., Urale, T., Smith, P., & Bell, A. (2016). World Internet Project New Zealand: The roll-out of Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) in New Zealand, 2015: A report to the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) (WIPNZ 2015). MBIE website and ICDC website: Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication, Auckland University of Technology. Retrieved from http://www.mbie.govt.nz/

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Internet usage in ‘The Southern Initiative’ (TSI). [Commissioned by Auckland Council].. Auckland: AUT. Retrieved from http://www.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C., Smith, P., Urale, P. W. B., & Bell, A. (2016). World Internet project New Zealand: The Internet in New Zealand 2015. Auckland, New Zealand: Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication, Auckland University of Technology.

    • Crothers, C. (2016). A State of New Zealand Report for UN Habitat III. Urban Research Network, University of Auckland. Retrieved from https://cdn.auckland.ac.nz/

    • Smith, P., Bell, A., Miller, M., & Crothers, C. (2016). World Internet Project New Zealand - Internet Trends in New Zealand 2007-2015. Auckland, New Zealand: Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication, Auckland University of Technology.

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Local authority elections: Report to Justice and Electoral Select Committee.

    • Crothers, C., Crothers, C. H., Gonzales, S., & Swayland, J. (2015). Connected bus shelter rider survey: Final report. Auckland, NZ: Auckland University of Technology.

    • Crothers, C. (2015). AUT Housing and Voting Survey. Retrieved from https://supercityproject.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C., Gibson, A., Smith, P., Bell, A., & Miller, M. (2014). World Internet project New Zealand. Internet trends in New Zealand 2007-2013. Auckland, NZ: Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication, AUT University.

    • Gibson, A., Miller, M., Smith, P., Bell, A., & Crothers, C. (2013). World Internet project New Zealand. The Internet in New Zealand 2013. Auckland, NZ: Institute of Culture, Discourse and Communication, AUT University.

    • Crothers, C., Fletcher, M., Hanna, K., McGregor, J., Neill, C., & Wilson, D. (2013). Super city? State of Auckland. Auckland, New Zealand: School of Social Sciences and Public Policy, AUT. Retrieved from http://www.aut.ac.nz/supercityproject

    • Gibson, A., Crothers, C., Smith, P., Aguirre, A., & Bell, A. (2012). Online engagement with government: Insights from the World Internet Project NZ. Auckland, NZ: Institute of Culture, Discourse and Communication, AUT University. Retrieved from http://www.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). Internet Skills in Auckland. Auckland: AUT.

    • Staniland, N., & Crothers, C. (2012). Māori youth employment (12-IN-06). Auckland, New Zealand: Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. Retrieved from http://www.maramatanga.co.nz/project/m-ori-youth-employment-internship-report

    • Bell, A., Crothers, C., Gibson, A., & Smith, P. (2012). World Internet project New Zealand. 2009 international results: A new Zealand Perspective. Auckland, NZ: Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication, AUT University. Retrieved from http://www.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C. H. (2011). Maori voting: Views of New Zealanders on 2011 Election Issues. Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University. Retrieved from http://www.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C. H. (2011). Attitudes to the Electoral System (and specifically MMP) in New Zealand: Views of New Zealanders on 2011 Election Issues. Auckland, NZ: AUT University. Retrieved from http://www.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C. H. (2011). The potential of internet voting: Views of New Zealanders on 2011 Election Issues. Auckland, NZ: AUT Univeristy. Retrieved from http://www.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C. H. (2011). The MacroAuckland Approach. Auckland, New Zealand: ACF. Retrieved from http://www.aucklandcf.org.nz/65/macroauckland/macroauckland-research/full-report

    • Crothers, C. H. (2011). Public Attitudes to State Ownership of Businesses (Privatisation): Views of New Zealanders on 2011 Election Issues. Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University. Retrieved from http://www.aut.ac.nz/

    • Smith, P., Gibson, A., Crothers, C., Billot, J., & Bell, A. (2011). The Internet in New Zealand 2011 (54pp). Auckland, New Zealand: Institute of Culture Discourse & Communication, AUT University.

    • Hanna, H., Davies, E., Henderson, E., Crothers, C., & Rotherham, C. (2010). Child witnesses in the New Zealand criminal courts: A review of practice and implications for policy. New Zealand: Institute of Public Policy, AUT University. Retrieved from http://www.ipp.aut.ac.nz/

    • Bell, A., Billot, J., Crothers, C., Gibson, A., Goodwin, I., Sherman, K., . . . Smith, P. (2010). The Internet in New Zealand: 2007–2009. Auckland: Institute of Culture, Discourse and Communication, AUT University.

    • Smith, P., Smith, N., Sherman, K., Goodwin, I., Crothers, C., Billot, J., & Bell, A. (2010). The Internet in New Zealand 2009. Auckland: Institute of Culture, Discourse and Communication, AUT University. Retrieved from http://www.icdc.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C. (2010). Tables from the General Social Survey in relation to beneficiaries.

    • Crothers, C. (2010). Auckland studies. Typology of Suburbs.

    • Peace, R., Fairbairn Dunlop, P., McCreanor, T., Barnes, H. M., Macpherson, C., Crothers, C., . . . Bedford, R. (2010). Social sciences in Aotearoa/New Zealand and the Pacific region: World Social Science Report 2010: Knowledge Divides. Retrieved from http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0018/001883/188333e.pdf

    • Bell, A., Smith, N., Smith, P., Sherman, K., Crothers, C., Kripalani, K., & Goodwin, I. (2008). World Internet Project: International report 2009. Los Angeles.

    • Crothers, C., & McCormack, F. (2008). Leigh: a community of fishers?.

    • Crothers, C. (2008). Comments on Richardson's Report on Community Boards to the Royal Commission on the Governance of Auckland.

    • Bell, A., Crothers, C., Goodwin, I., Kripalani, K., Sherman, K., & Smith, P. (2008). The Internet in New Zealand 2007: Final Report (66pp). Auckland: Institute of Culture, Discourse and Communication, AUT University.

    • Crothers, C., Woodley, A., Davies, T., Crothers, C., Woodley, A., & Crothers, C. (2007). Utilisation of official statistics in the Auckland Region. Wellington.

    • Crothers, C., & Scott, J. (2007). Families and households in New Zealand 1980-2005: An annotated bibliography. Wellington.

    • Crothers, C., & McKinlay, P. (2007). Rotorua lakes programme of action: Payability research: Findings.

    • Crothers, C., Brown, I., Lambert, M. R., & Neill, C. (2007). Report on Auckland City District Police customer satisfaction surveys 2005-2007. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2007). Satisfaction with rates: Some scattered survey evidence. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2007). Surveys in New Zealand 1995-2007: A findings list. Auckland.

    • Bell, A., Crothers, C., Gibson, A., Goodwin, I., Kripalani, K., Sherman, K., & Smith, P. (2007). World Internet Project New Zealand: 2007 benchmark survey: Interim report. New Zealanders and the internet: A preliminary profile of usage and attitudes. Wellington.

    • Crothers, C., Woodley, A., & Davies, T. (2006). Utilisation of official statistics in the Auckland Region. Wellington.

    • Crothers, C., & Scott, J. (2006). A New Zealand bibliography on family-related studies. Wellington.

    • Crothers, C., & McCormack, F. (2006). Towards a statistical typology of New Zealand households and families: The efficacy of the family life cycle model and alternatives (86). Wellington.

    • Crothers, C., & Cotterell, G. (2006). Monitoring the impact of social policy, 1980-2001: Social expenditure patterns in Aotearoa / New Zealand (12). Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2006). Mapping the academic humanities: A report to the Ministry for Culture and Heritage (58). Wellington.

    • Crothers, C. (2006). Mapping the social sciences: Characteristics of New Zealand academic research outputs (22). Auckland.

    • Cotterell, G., & Crothers, C. (2006). Social indicators and social reporting in New Zealand, and the potential contribution of FWWP. Auckland.

    • Casey, C., & Crothers, C. (2005). Perceptions of public safety in the Auckland CBD. Auckland.

    • King, B., Bridgeman, G., Smith, P., Bell, A., King, A., Harvey, S., & Crothers, C. (2003). Television violence in New Zealand: A study of programming and policy in an international context. Auckland.

    • Davies, E., Koziol-McLain, J., Casey, C., Fanslow, J., Hassall, I., & Crothers, C. (2002). An evaluation and strategy framework for Te Rito: Ideas to get started. Auckland.

    • Koziol McLain, J., Davies, E., Crothers, C., Casey, C., Fanslow, J., & Hassall, I. (2002). Evaluation of Te Rito: A national reporting index.. Auckland, New Zealand.

    • Benton, R., Hopa, N., Benton, N., Crothers, C., Macpherson, C., & Henare, M. (2002). Well-being and disparity in Tamaki-Makaurau: Volume one: General overview. Auckland.

    • Crothers Charles. (2002). Well-being and disparity in Tamaki-Makaurau: Part two: A sociographic perspective: Some ways of being Maori. Auckland.

    • Courtney, R., Cox, S., Crothers, C., Newman, R., Rose, J. M., & Wright, T. (2002). Regional accommodation needs study: Report for Development King Country. Hamilton.

    • Crothers Charles. (2002). Auckland regional economic development strategy: Measures and benchmarking. Auckland.

    • Crothers Charles. (2002). Employment and firms in the Auckland region. Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.areds.co.nz/

    Oral presentations

    • Crothers, C. (2018). Auckland as a liveable city? Assessing the roles of housing, community and city-shaping policies. Hobart, Australia.

    • Crothers, C. (2017). The NZ Social Research System. The University of Auckland. Retrieved from https://cdn.auckland.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Kiwi Values: is the political landscape shifting?. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Social South Auckland. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Molotoch’s cocktail? Auckland’s growth machine and its consequences. Symonds Street, Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). Land utilisation in New Zealand. Mystery Creek, Hamilton, NZ.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). Housing Issues in West Auckland. Henderson, Auckland, NZ.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). Housing options of older people in Auckland. Auckland, NZ.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). New Zealand Sociology-related Books of 2000s and their Impact/Reviews. Auckland, New Zealand.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2013). NZ Studies on Family Violence and the potential for analysis of official records. Edith Cowan University: Joondalup Campus.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2013). Types of Applied Social Research Methods in Policy Contexts and Theory Construction in relation to Social Problems. ECU Joondalup Campus.

    • Crothers, C., & Levy, D. (2010). Identifying social needs and opportunities in Auckland. Auckland.

    • Smith, P., Smith, N., Sherman, K., Goodwin, I., Crothers, C., Billot, J., & Bell, A. (2010). The Internet in New Zealand 2009. Findings of the second bi-annual World Internet Project New Zealand survey. Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2007). A statistical typology of New Zealand households and families. Wellington.

    • Crothers, C. (2007). Utilisation of official statistics in the Auckland region. National Archives, Wellington.

    • Crothers, C. (2007). Utilisation of official statistics in the Auckland region. Auckland Regional Council, Auckland.

    • Crothers, C. (2006). Holding the sociological centre: The place of recent methodological developments. University of Bournemouth, England.

    • Crothers, C. (2006). Models of New Zealand Society. University of Sussex, United Kingdom.

    • Crothers, C. (2006). The unbearable heaviness of social being: A review of recent work on agency and structure [Keynote address]. University of Sussex, United Kingdom.

    • Crothers Charles. (2005). Knowledges. AUT University, Auckland.

    • Crothers Charles. (2005). The stock of New Zealand social science knowledge. Massey University, Auckland.

    • Crothers Charles. (2005). Researching social marginality in New Zealand. University of Auckland, Auckland.

    • Crothers Charles. (2003). Developments in sociological theory after Bourdieu. University of Auckland, Auckland , New Zealand.

    Other outputs

    • Crothers, C. (2020). [Review of the book The decent society: Planning for social quality, by Pamela Abbott, Claire Wallace, Roger Sapsford]. In International Sociology (Vol. 35, Iss. 2, pp. 195-199). SAGE Publications. doi:10.1177/0268580920906730d

    • Crothers, C., & O'Brien, T. (2020). The context of the Christchurch terror attacks: Social science perspectives. In Kōtuitui : New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online (Vol. 15, Iss. 2, pp. 247-259). The Royal Society of New Zealand. doi:10.1080/1177083X.2020.1746364

    • Crothers, C. (2020). Kōtuitui and the social sciences in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Into a new decade. In Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online (Vol. 15, Iss. 1, pp. 1-7). doi:10.1080/1177083X.2020.1737149

    • Crothers, C. (2020). Kōtuitui and the social sciences in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Into a new decade. In Kōtuitui : New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online (Vol. 15, Iss. 1, pp. 1-7). The Royal Society of New Zealand. doi:10.1080/1177083X.2020.1737149

    • Crothers, C. (2020). [Review of the book The Decent Society: Planning for Social Quality, by Pamela Abbott, Claire Wallace and Roger Sapsford]. In International Sociology (Vol. 35, Iss. 2, pp. 195-199). SAGE Publications. doi:10.1177/0268580920906730d

    • Crothers, C. (2019). [Review of books Biological economies: Experimentation and the politics of agri-food frontiers, by R. Le Heron, H. Campbell, N. Lewis (eds); The new biological economy: How New Zealanders are creating value from the land , by P. Pawson]. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 34, Iss. 2, pp. 309-314).

    • Crothers, C. (2019). [Review of the book Talking race in young adulthood: Race and everyday life in contemporary Britain, by Bethan Harries].. In Ethnic and Racial Studies. (Vol. 42, Iss. 8, pp. 1366-1368). doi:10.1080/01419870.2018.1535130

    • Crothers, C. (2019). Obituary: Ian Shirley (1940-2019). In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 34, Iss. 1, pp. 75-80). Massey University. Retrieved from https://www.questia.com/

    • Crothers, C. (2019). Mana Tangatarua: Mixed heritages, ethnic identity and biculturalism in Aotearoa/New Zealand, by Zarine L. Rocha and Melinda Webber (eds.). In Asian Journal of Social Sciences (Vol. 47, Iss. 1, pp. 144-147). Brill. doi:10.1163/15685314-04701008

    • Crothers, C. (2019). [Review of the book Simulating societal change: Counterfactual modelling for social and policy inquiry, by Peter Davis and Roy Lay-Yee]. In Journal of Sociology. doi:10.1177/1440783319862683

    • Crothers, C. (2019). Pasifika/Polynesian families. In J. J. Ponzetti Jr, B. Maureen, H. Sean M., L. Heidi, & S. Aya (Eds.), Macmillan Encyclopedia of Families, Marriages, and Intimate Relationships (pp. 854-856). Macmillan Reference USA. Retrieved from http://emktg.cengage.com/

    • Crothers, C. (2019). [Review of book Biological economies and NZ rural social research, by. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 34, Iss. 2, pp. 309-314).

    • Crothers, C. (2018). The Labour Government’s inquiries and research initiatives. In http://www.saanz.net/blogs/the-labour-governments-inquiries-and-research-initiatives-by-charles-crothers/. Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ).

    • Crothers, C. (2017). Limits to Growth?. In Briefing Papers. Retrieved from http://briefingpapers.co.nz/

    • Crothers, C. (2017). Kōtuitui, 10 years on. In Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal Of Social Sciences Online (Vol. 12, Iss. 1, pp. 1-4). The Royal Society of New Zealand. doi:10.1080/1177083X.2017.1313750

    • Crothers, C. (2017). [Review of the book Globalization and Domestic Politics: Parties, Elections and Public Opinion, by J. Vowles and G. Xezonakis (eds.)]. In International Sociology (Vol. 32, Iss. 2, pp. 222-224). SAGE Publications.

    • Crothers, C. (2017). An introduction to election commentaries: the responsibilities of social scientists around elections. In Kōtuitui : New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online (Iss. 2). The Royal Society of New Zealand. doi:10.1080/1177083X.2017.1371046

    • Crothers, C. (2017). Guide to World Social Indices. In ISA Website: Opportunities. Retrieved from http://www.isa-sociology.org/en/opportunities/world-social-indices/

    • Crothers, C. (2017). [Review of the book Crime, truth and justice: Official inquiry, discourse, knowledge, by George Gilligan and John Pratt]. In Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology (Vol. 50, Iss. 3, pp. 456-457). SAGE Publications. doi:10.1177/0004865816667868

    • Crothers, C. (2016). AUT voting (and housing) survey, 2016: Areas report. Retrieved from https://supercityproject.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C. (2016). AUT housing (and voting) survey 2016. AUT. Retrieved from https://supercityproject.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C. (2016). AUT voting (and housing) survey 2016. AUT. Retrieved from https://supercityproject.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Rounding out the picture: Editorial introduction to the second issue on history of New Zealand sociology. In New Zealand Sociology.

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Serendipitious interpretation from a fresh empirical occurrence. In Serendipities: Journal for the Sociology and History of the Social Sciences (Iss. 1). Retrieved from http://serendipities.uni-graz.at/

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Editorial: Subjugation of bodies. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 1). Retrieved from https://sites.google.com/site/nzsociology/journal

    • Crothers, C. (2016). [Review of the book Childhoods: Growing up in Aotearoa New Zealand, by N. Higgins and C. Freeman (eds.)]. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 31, Iss. 1, pp. 247-248).

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Subjective assessments of the Super-City. In Briefing Papers. Policy Observatory, AUT. Retrieved from http://briefingpapers.co.nz/2016/11/subjective-assessments-of-the-super-city/

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Editorial: Societal Interpretations of New Zealand. In New Zeland Sociology (Iss. 7).

    • Crothers, C. (2016). [Review of the books The Palgrave Handbook of Sociology in Britain, by J. Holmwood and J. Scott (eds.) ; Australian Sociology: Fragility, Survival, Rivalry, by K. Harley and G. Wickham ; Sociology in Ireland: A Short History, by B. Fanning and A. Hess]. In Serendipities (Vol. 1, Iss. 1, pp. 102-110). Retrieved from http://serendipities.uni-graz.at/index.php/serendipities/issue/view/1

    • Crothers, C. (2016). AUT voting survey: who is likely to vote?. AUT. Retrieved from https://supercityproject.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C. (2016). Subjugation of bodies: The historical sociology of total institutions in New Zealand. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 31, Iss. 1, pp. 3-8).

    • Crothers, C. (2015). Recent (2013-2015) Reviews of books on the history of Sociology – and the books reviewed. In RCHS Newsletter.

    • Ryan, I., Nakhid,C., Majavu, A., Bowleg, L., Mooney, S., Mayeda, D., . . . Halstead, D. (2015). Intersectionality revisited: Moving beyond the contours of race, class and gender. Notes on an intersectionality symposium. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 4). Retrieved from https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=800271612518502;res=IELHSS

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). Use of internet for New Zealand elections. Auckland University of Technology.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). No place like home. In Spasifik Magazine (Iss. 63). Retrieved from http://www.spasifikmag.com/communityhealth/30jannoplace/

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). Life style studies in New Zealand: an editorial review. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 1).

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). Dame Margaret Shields. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 30 (1)).

    • Crothers, C. H. (2015). [Review of the book Settler economies in world history, Christopher Lloyd, Jacob Metzer, Richard Sutch (eds.)]. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 30, Iss. 1, pp. 271-273). Massey University.

    • Crothers, C. (2015). The sociological potential longitudinal surveys in NZ: Editorial comments. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 4).

    • Crothers, C., & Pearson, D. (2015). Obituary: Harvey Franklin (1928-2015). In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 30, Iss. 4). Massey University.

    • Crothers, C. (2015). [Review of the book Understanding violence: Context and practice in the human services, Annabel Taylor and Marie Connolly (eds.)]. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 30, Iss. 4, pp. 251-252).

    • Crothers, C., & Fletcher, M. (2015). Wellbeing frameworks special issue. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 30 (3)). AUT.

    • Crothers, C., & Fletcher, M. (2015). Wellbeing frameworks [Editorial introduction to Special Issue]. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 30, Iss. 3, pp. 2-7). Auckland, NZ: Massey University. Retrieved from http://www.nzsociology.nz/index.php/nzs

    • Crothers, C. (2015). [Review of the book Settler economies in world history, by Christopher Lloyd, Jacob Metzer, Richard Sutch (eds.)]. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 30, Iss. 1, pp. 271-273).

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). [Review of the book Biomapping indigenous peoples: towards an understanding of the issues, by S. Berthier-Foglar, S. Collingwood-Whittick and S. Tolazzi]. In Ethnic and Racial Studies (Vol. 37, Iss. 5, pp. 875-877). doi:10.1080/01419870.2013.847199

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). Review essay: Human-animal studies in New Zealand. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 29, Iss. 1, pp. 185-188).

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). [Review of the book Pacific identities and wellbeing: Cross-cultural perspectives, by M.N. Agee et al. (eds.) ; and Talanoa: building a Pasifika research culture, by P. Fairburn-Dunlop and E.Coxon (eds.)]. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 29, Iss. 1). Massey University.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). Editorial: Future studies in New Zealand. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 1).

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). Appendix: Publishing policies and publishing ethics. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 1).

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). Using census data to further understand New Zealand society. Royal Society of New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.royalsociety.org.nz/

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). Introduction social class/inequality in New Zealand: update and extension. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 3).

    • Crothers, C. H. (2014). The sociology of the New Zealand diaspora: Editorial. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 2).

    • Crothers, C. (2014). Social class/inequality in New Zealand: Updates and extensions. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 29 (3)). AUT.

    • Crothers, C. (2014). History of New Zealand Sociology. (Iss. 29 (4)).

    • Crothers, C. (2014). History of New Zealand sociology: An introductory editorial. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 29, Iss. 4, pp. 3-26). Auckland, NZ: Massey University.

    • Crothers, C. (2014). Future studies in New Zealand: Editorial. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 29, Iss. 1, pp. 5-14). Massey University.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2013). Obituary: Rosemary Barrington 1947-2013. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 28, Iss. 1, pp. 171-174). Massey University.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2013). [Review of the book The tourist state: Performing leisure, liberalism and race in New Zealand, by Margaret Werry]. In Ethnic and Racial Studies (Vol. 36, Iss. 6, pp. 1111-1113). doi:10.1080/01419870.2012.762110

    • Crothers, C. H. (2013). Neo-liberalism and the Changing New Zealand Social Science Research
      Situation. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 1).

    • Crothers, C. (2013). Theory from the semi-periphery: [Review of the book: Sociology and the unintended: Robert Merton revisited, by Adriana Mica, Arkadiusz Peisert, Jan Winczorek (Eds.)].. In Social Space (Vol. 5, Iss. 1). Retrieved from http://socialspacejournal.eu/index.html

    • Crothers, C. H. (2013). Editorial: International Year of Statistics 2013. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 2).

    • Crothers, C. H. (2013). [Review of the book Up Close and Personal: On peripheral perspectives and the production of anthropological knowledge, by Cris Shore and Susanna Trnka (eds.)]. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 28, Iss. 2, pp. 218-222). Massey University.

    • Crothers, C. (2013). Special Issue on Social Class/Inequality in New Zealand. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 28 (3)). AUT.

    • Crothers, C. (2013). Editorial introduction: Special issue on inequality and class in New Zealand. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 28, Iss. 3, pp. 3-18). Massey University.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). Most influential sociological materials on New Zealand: An editorial reporting bibliometric voting. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 27, Iss. 1). Massey University.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). [Review of the book The elusive promise of indigenous development: Rights, culture, strategy, by Karen Engle]. In Ethnic and Racial Studies (Vol. 35, Iss. 1, pp. 163-165). doi:10.1080/01419870.2012.632637

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). [Review of the book Confronting equality: Gender knowledge and global change, by Raewyn Connell]. In International Sociology (Vol. 27, Iss. 5, pp. 700-702). SAGE Publications. doi:10.1177/0268580912452379b

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). [Review of the book Re-imagining the social in South Africa: Critique, theory and post-apartheid society, by Heather Jacklin and Peter Vale (eds).]. In Thesis Eleven: critical theory and historical sociology (Vol. 111, Iss. 1, pp. 136-139). SAGE Publications. doi:10.1177/0725513612453242a

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). Editorial: Government studies of youth and children. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 2). SAANZ.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2012). [Review of the book Whose culture has capital? Culture, migration and mothering, by Peter Lang; and Migrating Close to Home: New Zealand migrants’ identity in Australia, by Alison Green and Mary Power]. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 27, Iss. 2, pp. 214-215). Massey University.

    • Crothers, C. H. (2011). Editorial: Status of New Zealand Sociology. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 2).

    • Crothers, C. H. (2011). [Review of the book Robert K. Merton: Sociology of Science and Sociology as Science, by Craig Calhoun]. In Contemporary Sociology: a journal of reviews (Vol. 40, Iss. 4, pp. 438-440). American Sociological Association. doi:10.1177/0094306111412516i

    • Crothers, C. H. (2011). [Review of the book: Phillips, J. and Du Plessis, R. (eds.) Social Connections theme. Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand, by J. Phillips, and R. Du Plessis (eds.)]. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 26, Iss. 2, pp. 129-131). Massey University. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

    • Crothers, C. H. (2011). [Review of book : Cultures of Violence: Racial Violence and the Origins of Segregation in South Africa and the American South, by Ivan Evans]. In Contemporary Sociology: a journal of reviews (Vol. 40, Iss. 5, pp. 582-583). American Sociological Association. doi:10.1177/0094306111419111p

    • Crothers, C. H. (2011). Sociological Tales of Two Cities - Christchurch and Auckland: An Editorial. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 1).

    • Crothers, C. (2011). [Review of the book Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand, by J. Phillips and R. Du Plessis]. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 26, Iss. 2, pp. 129-131). Massey University.

    • Crothers, C., & Dwyer, T. (2010). Obituary: Allan Edward Levett. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 25, Iss. 1, pp. 131-140). Massey University.

    • Crothers, C. (2010). 50 years of TV in New Zealand [Editorial]. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 1).

    • Crothers, C. (2010). Review of 'Outstanding'. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 2).

    • Crothers, C. (2010). Government Policy and Social Science Research: editorial. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 2).

    • Crothers, C., & Billot, J. (2010). The New Zealand World Internet Project: Marrying a global survey with local funding. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 2).

    • Crothers, C. (2010). Social Science Research Funding and Agendas in New Zealand: an editorial. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 2).

    • Crothers, C. (2010). Review of 'Reimagining South Africa' Thesis. In Thesis (Iss. 11).

    • Billot, J., Crothers, C., & Gibson, A. (2010). Internet and Society Panel Project. The impact of participation and use of social networking sites on well-being and life satisfaction. Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication, AUT University.

    • Crothers, C. (2010). Fifty years of TV in New Zealand: An editorial. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 25, Iss. 1, pp. 1-3). Massey University.

    • Crothers, C. (2010). [Review of the book Outstanding: Research about women and sport in New Zealand, by Camilla Obel, and edited by Toni Bruce and Shona Thompson]. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 25, Iss. 2, pp. 140-141). Massey University.

    • Crothers, C. (2009). Editorial: Closing the Income Gap with Australia. In New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 24, Iss. 2, pp. 1-11). Massey University.

    • Crothers, C. (2009). Bosses, Workers and Southerners [Review]. In New Zealand Sociology (Iss. 1).

    • Crothers, C. (2009). [Review of V. Colic-Peisker. (2008). Migration, class and transnational identities: Croatians in Australia and America. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press]. In Ethnic and Racial Studies (Iss. 9). doi:10.1080/01419870903208451

    • Crothers, C. (2009). [Review of Martinelli, A. (Ed.) (2007). Transatlantic divide: Comparing American and European society. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press]. In International Sociology Review of Books (Iss. 5). doi:10.1177/02685809090240050902

    • Crothers, C. (2008). Review: Voices from Africa. M. Bratton, R. Britt Mattes and E. Gyimah-Boadi (2005), Public Opinion, Democracy, and Market Reform in Africa. New York: Cambridge University Press. In International Sociology.

    • Crothers, C. (2008). Some sociological studies relevant to local authorities in Auckland. Submission to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Governance of the Auckland Region.

    • Crothers, C. (2007). Some lived experiences of the 60s generation of social theorists. [Review of the book: Alan Sica & Stephen Turner, Eds. (2005) The disobedient generation: Social theorists in the sixties. Chicago: University of Chicago Press]. In Human Studies (Iss. 4).

    • Crothers, C. (2007). Australian and New Zealand sociologies: Personnel and products. In Nexus: Newsletter of the Australian Sociological Association (Iss. 4).

    • Crothers, C., & Executive, S. (2007). Associations across the Tasman - NZ perpectives. In Nexus: Newsletter of the Australian Sociological Association (Iss. 4).

    • Crothers, C., & Poata Smith, E. (2007). Maori sociology: An Auckland response. In Nexus: Newsletter of the Australian Sociological Association (Iss. 4).

    • Bell, A., Crothers, C., Gibson, A., Goodwin, I., Sherman, K., & Smith, P. (2007). World Internet Project New Zealand: Pilot project 2007: Full report. Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication, AUT University.

    • Crothers, C. (2006). [Review of the book: J. Boston, P. Callister, and A. Wolf, (2006).The policy implications of diversity. Wellington: Institute of Policy Studies.]. In New Zealand Sociology. Victoria University, Wellington New Zealand.

    • Crothers, C. H., & Cotterell, G. (2006). Monitoring the Impact of Social Policy, 1980–2001: Social Expenditure Patterns in Aotearoa / New Zealand. Working Paper, Compass, Uni. of Auckland http://www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/webdav/site/arts/shared/research-centres/compass/documents/WORKING%20PAPER%20Social%20Expenditure%20Patterns.pdf.

    • Crothers Charles. (2004). [Review of the book The Ends and Means of Welfare: Coping with Economic and Social Change in Australia, by Peter Saunders]. In Social Policy Journal of New Zealand: te puna whakaaro (Iss. 22, pp. 170-176). Social Policy Agency.

    • Crothers Charles. (2003). Technical advances in general sociological theory: the potential contribution of post-structuralist sociology. (Iss. 3).

    • Crothers Charles. (2003). The Late Robert K Merton as an historian of sociology. In Research Committee on the History of Sociology Newsletter.

    • Crothers Charles. (2002). Some interesting episodes in the development of social science research techniques: Paper prepared for the Retirement Conference for Professor Jennifer Platt.

    • Crothers, C., Jubber, K., Gow, J., & Richter, L. (2001). Social factors affecting HIV/AIDS in South Africa: Editorial overview. In Society in Transition (Vol. 32, Iss. 1, pp. 1-4). Taylor & Francis.

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