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Coco, A, Woodward, I, Shaw, K, Cody, A, Lupton, G and Peake, A (2001) Bingo for beginners: A game strategy for facilitating active learning. Teaching Sociology, 29 4: 492-503. doi:10.2307/1318950 32   1 0
Calcutt, L, Woodward, I and Skrbis, Z (2009) Conceptualizing otherness: An exploration of the cosmopolitan schema. Journal of Sociology, 45 2: 169-186. doi:10.1177/1440783309103344 42 1 12 Cited 14 times in Scopus14 0
Woodward, I, Emmison, M and Smith, P (2000) Consumerism, disorientation and postmodern space: A modest test of an immodest theory. British Journal of Sociology, 51 2: 339-354. doi:10.1111/j.1468-4446.2000.00339.x 204   8 0
Woodward, I (2001) Domestic objects and the taste epiphany - A resource for consumption methodology. Journal of Material Culture, 6 2: 115-136. 75   17
Woodward, I. and Emmison, M. (2001) From aesthetic principles to collective sentiments: The logics of everyday judgements of taste. Poetics, 29 6: 295-316. doi:10.1016/S0304-422X(00)00035-8 80   18 Cited 19 times in Scopus19 0
Kendall, G., Woodward, I. and Skrbis, Z. (2005). Impediments to Cosmopoltan Engagement : Technology and Late-Modern Capitalism. In: TASA 2005 Conference Proceedings. TASA 2005 Conference, Hobart, Tas., (). 5-8 December, 2005. 49  
Skrbis, Z. and Woodward, I. (2005). Investigating the idea of cosmopolitan openness: Strategies, repertoires and practices. In: Julian, Roberta, Rottier, Reannan and White, Rob, TASA 2005 Conference Proceedings. TASA 2005 Conference, Hobart, (). 5-8 December 2005. 56  
Woodward, I. and Skrbis, Z. (2004). Strategic Cosmopolitanism: Investigating the Limits of Cosmopolitan Openness. In: Proceedings of the American Sociological Conference 2006. American Sociological Conference 2006, Montreal, Canada, (). 11-14 August, 2004. 99  
Woodward, I. (1998) The shopping mall: Postmodern space and architectural practice: Theorising the postmodern spatial turn through the planning discourse of mall architects. Architectural Theory Review, 3 2: 45-56. 358