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Professor Chris Rojek

Professor of Sociology

School of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Sociology

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About

Overview

Chris Rojek is Professor of Sociology at City University. He has held Professorships since 1994 at The University of Staffordshire; Nottingham Trent University and Brunel University, West London. He is the author of 14 solo authored books, 12 edited and co-edited books and over 50 refereed articles. He regards himself to be a General Sociologist, but has particular expertise in Cultural Sociology and the Study of Celebrity.

Qualifications

  1. PhD Sociology, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom, 1991
  2. PGCE, University of Leicester, United Kingdom, 1979
  3. MPhil Sociology, University of Leicester, United Kingdom, 1979
  4. BA (Hons) Social Science, University of Leicester, United Kingdom, 1976

Employment

  1. Professor of Sociology, City, university of London, 2013 – present
  2. Professor of Sociology, Brunel University London, 2006 – 2013
  3. Professor of Sociology, Nottingham Trent University, 1996 – 2006
  4. Professor of Sociology, Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent, 1994 – 1996
  5. Senior Editor in Sociology, Routledge Publishers, 1986 – 1994
  6. Lecturer in Sociology, The Queen's College, Glasgow, 1982 – 1986
  7. Lecturer in Sociology, College of St Mark & St John, 1981 – 1982

Research

PhD supervision

Professor Rojek regards himself to be a General Sociologist. He has particular expertise in the sociology of celebrity, the sociology of culture, social theory, leisure and tourism.

Publications

Books (32)

  1. Rojek, C. (2015). Presumed Intimacy: Parasocial Interaction in Media, Society and Celebrity Culture. Cambridge: Polity. ISBN 978-0-7456-7111-6.
  2. Rojek, C. (2013). Event Power: How Global Events Manage and Manipulate. London & Thousand Oaks: SAGE. ISBN 978-0-85702-518-0.
  3. Rojek, C. (2013). Event Management (4 vols). London & New York: Routledge.
  4. Rojek, C. (2012). Fame Attack: The Inflation of Celebrity and Its Consequences. London: Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 978-1-84966-071-6.
  5. Rojek, C. (2011). Popular Music, Popular Culture. Cambridge & Boston: Polity. ISBN 978-0-7456-4264-2.
  6. Rojek, C. (2011). Popular Culture (4 vols). London & New York: Routledge.
  7. Rojek, C. (2011). Popular Music (4 vols). London & Thousand Oaks: SAGE.
  8. Rojek, C. (2011). Pop Music, Pop Culture. Polity. ISBN 978-0-7456-4263-5.
  9. Rojek, C. (2010). The Labour of Leisure. London & Thousand Oaks: SAGE. ISBN 978-1-4129-4552-3.
  10. Rojek, C. (2010). The labour of leisure: The culture of free time. ISBN 978-1-4462-6920-6.
  11. Rojek, C. (2009). Leisure Studies (4v vols). London & Thousand Oaks: SAGE.
  12. Rojek, C. (2008). Brit-Myth. London & Chicago: Reaktion. ISBN 978-1-86189-556-1.
  13. Rojek, C. (2007). Cultural Studies. London & Boston: Polity. ISBN 978-0-7456-3683-2.
  14. Rojek, C., Veal, A.J. and Shaw, S.M. (2007). A Handbook of Leisure Studies. London: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-1-4039-0279-5.
  15. Rojek, C. (2005). Leisure Theory: Principles and Practice. London & Boston: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-1-4039-0570-3.
  16. Rojek, C., Calhoun, C. and Turner, B. (2005). Handbook of Sociology. London & Thousand Oaks: SAGE.
  17. Rojek, C. (2004). Celebrity (4 vols). London & New York: Routledge.
  18. Rojek, C. (2004). Frank Sinatra. London & Boston: Polity. ISBN 978-0-7456-3090-8.
  19. Rojek, C. (2003). Stuart Hall. London & Boston: Polity. ISBN 978-0-7456-2481-5.
  20. Rojek, C. and Turner, B. (2002). Forget Baudrillard? London & New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-203-41288-6.
  21. Rojek, C. and Urry, J. (2002). Touring Cultures. London & New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-203-42773-6.
  22. Rojek, C. and Turner, B.S. (2001). Society & Culture: Principles of Scarcity and Solidarity. London & Thousand Oaks: SAGE. ISBN 978-0-7619-7048-4.
  23. Rojek, C. (2001). Celebrity. London & Chicago: Reaktion. ISBN 978-1-86189-104-4.
  24. Rojek, C. (1999). Leisure & Culture. London & New York: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-0-333-68001-8.
  25. Rojek, C., Peacock, G. and Collins, S. (1998). Social Work and Received Ideas. London & New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-01274-4.
  26. Rojek, C. and Turner, B. (1998). The Politics of J.F. Lyotard. London & New York: Routledge.
  27. Rojek, C. (1995). Decentring Leisure. London & Thousand Oaks: SAGE. ISBN 978-0-8039-8812-5.
  28. Rojek, C. (1993). Ways of Escape: Modern Transformations In Leisure & Travel. Basingstoke & Boston: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-0-333-47578-2.
  29. Dunning, E. and Rojek, C. (1992). Sport and Leisure in the Civilizing Process. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. ISBN 978-0-8020-7679-3.
  30. Rojek, C. (1989). Leisure For Leisure: Critical Essays. London & New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  31. Rojek, C., Peacock, G. and Collins, S. (1989). The Haunt of Misery: Essays in Caring and Helping. London & New York: Routledge.
  32. Rojek, C. (1985). Capitalism and Leisure Theory. London & New York: Tavistock. ISBN 978-0-422-79070-3.

Chapters (23)

  1. Rojek, C. (2014). Counterfeit commerce: The illegal accumulation and distribution of intellectual property. The SAGE Handbook of Intellectual Property (pp. 189–206). ISBN 978-1-4739-1002-7.
  2. Rojek, C. (2013). Routledge Handbook of Leisure Studies. In Blackshaw, T. (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Leisure Studies London: Routledge. ISBN 978-1-136-49559-5.
  3. Rojek, C. (2013). The labour of leisure reconsidered. In Blackshaw, T. (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Leisure Studies London: Routledge. ISBN 978-1-136-49559-5.
  4. Rojek, C. (2013). Abnormal forms of leisure and normalization. In Blackshaw, T. (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Leisure Studies London: Routledge. ISBN 978-1-136-49559-5.
  5. Rojek, C. (2013). Consumption. In Matthewman, S., West-Newman, C.L. and Curtis, B. (Eds.), Being Sociological Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-0-230-30315-7.
  6. Rojek, C. (2012). Celebrity. In Cohen, B. (Ed.), Being Cultural (pp. 243–256). Auckland: Pearson.
  7. Rojek, C. (2007). Leisure and neat capitalism. In Cohen-Gewerc, E. and Stebbins, R.A. (Eds.), The pivotal role of leisure education Venture Publishing. ISBN 978-1-892132-74-1.
  8. Rojek, C. (2007). Celebrity and religion. Stardom and celebrity: A reader (pp. 171–180). ISBN 978-1-4462-6953-4.
  9. Rojek, C. (2007). Georg Simmel. Cultural Theory: Classical and Contemporary Positions (pp. 35–48). ISBN 978-1-4462-1668-2.
  10. Rojek, C. (2007). Stuart hall and the birmingham school. Cultural Theory: Classical and Contemporary Positions (pp. 69–82). ISBN 978-1-4462-1668-2.
  11. Rojek, C. (2005). Postmodern work and leisure. In Haworth, J. and Veal, T. (Eds.), The Future of Work and Leisure London & New York: Routledge.
  12. Rojek, C. (2001). Roland Barthes. In Elliott, A. and Turner, B.S. (Eds.), Profiles in Contemporary Social Theory (pp. 162–173). London & Thousand Oaks: SAGE. ISBN 978-0-7619-6589-3.
  13. Rojek, C. (2001). Stuart Hall. In Elliott, A. and Turner, B.S. (Eds.), Profiles in Contemporary Social Theory (pp. 360–370). London & Thousand Oaks: SAGE. ISBN 978-0-7619-6589-3.
  14. Rojek, C. (2001). Preface. In Stebbins, R.A. (Ed.), New directions in the theory and research of serious leisure New York: Edwin Mellen Press. ISBN 978-0-7734-7601-1.
  15. Rojek, C. (1999). Fatal attractions. In Boswell, D. and Evans, J. (Eds.), Representing the Nation: a Reader (pp. 185–207). Routledge/Open University.
  16. Rojek, C. (1999). Deviant leisure: the dark side of free-time activity. In Jackson, E. and Burton, T. (Eds.), Leisure Studies: Prospects for the Twenty First Century (pp. 81–96). Pennsylvania: Venture Press.
  17. Rojek, C. (1998). Cybertourism and the phantasmagoria of place’. In Ringer, G. (Ed.), Destinations: Cultural Landscapes of Tourism (pp. 37–57). London & New York: Routledge.
  18. Rojek, C. (1995). Leisure and the dreamworld of modernity. In Henry, I. (Ed.), Leisure, modernity and postmodernity (pp. 1–12). Eastbourne: Leisure Studies Association.
  19. Rojek, C. and Collins, S.A. (1991). The contract approach in social work. In Gambrill, E. and Pruger, R. (Eds.), Controversies in Social Work (pp. 211–222). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
  20. Rojek, C. (1989). Leisure and recreation theory. In Jackson, E.L. and Burton, T.L. (Eds.), Understanding leisure and recreation (pp. 69–78). Pennsylvania: Venture Pub.
  21. Rojek, C. (1985). The "transition" problem in Marxist social work. In Brenton, M. and Jones, C. (Eds.), The Yearbook of Social Policy in Britain 1984-5 (pp. 210–224). London: RKP.
  22. Rojek, C. (1985). Deskilling and forced leisure. In Parker, S. and Veal, A.J. (Eds.), Work, Non-work and Leisure (pp. 31–39). London: Leisure Studies Association.
  23. Rojek, C. (1980). Three heresies against modern convergence theory. In Dunkerley, D. and Salaman, G. (Eds.), The International Yearbook of Organization Studies (pp. 222–228). London: RKP.

Conference Papers and Proceedings (21)

  1. Rojek, C. (2008). Sociology in the 21st century. Sociology at the Crossroads University of Crete, Rthymnon.
  2. Rojek, C. (2008). Competence, credibility and relevance and their relationship to leisure. World Leisure Conference Quebec City, Canada.
  3. Rojek, C. (2006). Detachment and Elias. International Conference on Norbert Elias University of Leicester.
  4. Rojek, C. (1999). Abnormal leisure: Invasive, mephitic and wild forms. .
  5. Rojek, C. (1996). Leisure studies today; Plenary Address. Canadian Leisure Studies Annual Conference University of Ottawa, Ottawa.
  6. Rojek, C. (1996). The west house: domestic leisure and the English murder. Ontario Leisure Studies Association University of Ottawa, Ottawa.
  7. Rojek, C. (1996). Leisure studies: a career report; Plenary Address. New Zealand Recreation Association Conference Massey University, Palmerston North.
  8. Rojek, C. (1996). The rise of the leisure ethic. New Zealand Recreation Association Conference Massey University, Palmerston North.
  9. Rojek, C. (1996). Fictional escape areas. New Zealand Recreation Association Conference Massey University, Palmerston North.
  10. Rojek, C. (1996). Leisure studies, retrospect and prospect. Afternoon Conference with Questions and Answers LIncoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand & Massey University, Albany Campus Auckland.
  11. Rojek, C. (1996). Serial killing and leisure. Day Long Conference Dept of Leisure Studies, University of Technology, Sydney.
  12. Rojek, C. (1996). Leisure studies: retrospect and prospect. Day Long Conference Dept of Leisure Studies, University of Technology, Sydney.
  13. Rojek, C. (1996). Dark leisure. Dutch/British Leisure Studies Association Conference Tilburg, Holland.
  14. Rojek, C. (1995). Cybernation and leisure. The Cybernation of Work Conference New York Graduate School.
  15. Rojek, C. (1993). Leisure and the nostalgia industry. Canadian Learned Society Meeting Carleton University, Ottawa.
  16. Rojek, C. (1993). Leisure and the dreamworld of modernity; Plenary Address. Third International Leisure Studies Association Conference Loughborough University.
  17. Rojek, C. (1992). Restlessness; Plenary Lecture. First LSA/VVS Conference on Internationalization and Leisure Research Tilburg University.
  18. Rojek, C. (1992). Dreamworlds of Consumption. American Sociological Association Conference Pittsburgh.
  19. Rojek, C. (1986). Leisure, planning and strategy. World Congress of Sociology New Delhi, India.
  20. Rojek, C. (1984). Leisure and freedom. Leisure Studies Association International Conference Sussex University.
  21. Rojek, C. (1980). Decentralized management. Figurational Sociology Conference Oxford Univeristy.

Journal Articles (87)

  1. Rojek, C. (2018). The Two Bodies of Achieved Celebrity. Historical Social Research == .
  2. Rojek, C. (2017). The Longue Duree of Spengler's Thesis of 'The Decline of the West'. European Journal of Social Theory .
  3. Rojek, C. (2017). F.J. Turner’s ‘frontier thesis’: The ruse of American ‘character’. European Journal of Social Theory, 20(2), pp. 236–251. doi:10.1177/1368431016638852.
  4. Rojek, C. (2017). The case of Belle Gibson, social media, and what it means for understanding leisure under digital praxis. Annals of Leisure Research pp. 1–5. doi:10.1080/11745398.2017.1290142.
  5. Rojek, C. (2017). Counterfeit Commerce: Relations of Production, Distribution and Exchange. Cultural Sociology, 11(1), pp. 28–43. doi:10.1177/1749975516650233.
  6. Rojek, C. (2017). Paris, wall street: Reflections on the political crowd and labelling world historical events. Sociological Review, 65(2), pp. 302–317. doi:10.1177/0038026116674884.
  7. Rojek, C. (2015). What Use is Sociology? Conversations with Michael Hviid Jacobsen and Keith Tester. SOCIOLOGY-THE JOURNAL OF THE BRITISH SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, 49(3), pp. 578–579. doi:10.1177/0038038515575481.
  8. Rojek, C. (2015). There is only one Zygmunt Bauman. Thesis Eleven, 133(1), p. 117. doi:10.1177/0725513616638475b.
  9. Rojek, C. (2014). Global Event Management: a critique. Leisure Studies, 33(1), pp. 32–47. doi:10.1080/02614367.2012.716077.
  10. Rojek, C. (2014). Niccolo Machiavelli, cultural intermediaries and the category of achieved celebrity. Celebrity Studies . doi:10.1080/19392397.2014.923163.
  11. Rojek, C. (2014). Leaderless Organization, World Historical Events and Their Contradictions: The ‘Burning Man City’ Case. Cultural Sociology, 8(3), pp. 351–364. doi:10.1177/1749975513511344.
  12. Rojek, C. (2014). Niccolo Machiavelli, cultural intermediaries and the category of achieved celebrity. Celebrity Studies, 5(4), pp. 455–468. doi:10.1080/19392397.2014.923163.
  13. Rojek, C. (2013). Celanthropy, music therapy and 'big-citizen' Samaritans. Celebrity Studies, 4(2), pp. 129–143. doi:10.1080/19392397.2013.791039.
  14. Rojek, C. (2013). Is Marx still relevant to the study of leisure? Leisure Studies, 32(1), pp. 19–33. doi:10.1080/02614367.2012.665942.
  15. Rojek, C. (2013). ‘Big Citizen’ celanthropy and its discontents. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 17(2), pp. 127–141. doi:10.1177/1367877913483422.
  16. Rojek, C. (2012). Is Marx still relevant fo leisure studies? Leisure Studies, iFirst, pp. 1–15.
  17. Rojek, C. (2012). Global event management: a critique. Leisure Studies, iFirst, pp. 1–16.
  18. Rojek, C. (2010). Leisure and emotional intelligence. World Leisure Journal, 52(4), pp. 240–252.
  19. Rojek, C. (2010). Leisure and emotional intelligence: a response to my commentators. World Leisure Journal, 52(4), pp. 274–279.
  20. Rojek, C. (2010). Thesis Eleven: A View From London. Thesis Eleven, 100(1), pp. 24–26. doi:10.1177/0725513609353698.
  21. Rojek, C. (2007). George Ritzer and the crisis of the public intellectual. Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, 29(1), pp. 3–21. doi:10.1080/10714410600552241.
  22. Rojek, C. (2006). Sports celebrity and the civilizing process. Sport in Society, 9(4), pp. 674–690. doi:10.1080/17430430600769106.
  23. Rojek, C. (2006). Sports celebrity and the civilizing process. Sport in Society, 9(4), pp. 673–689.
  24. Rojek, C. (2006). George Ritzer and the crisis of the public intellectual. The Review of Education - Pedagogy - Cultural Studies, 28(3), pp. 3–21.
  25. Rojek, C. (2006). Something for nothing: the controversy over P2P file exchange and its implications for leisure. Loisir et Société/Society and Leisure, 30(1), pp. 133–143.
  26. Rojek, C. (2006). Leisure and consumption. Leisure/ Loisir, 30(2), pp. 475–486. doi:10.1080/14927713.2006.9651368.
  27. Rojek, C. (2005). P2P leisure exchange: Net banditry and the policing of intellectual property. Leisure Studies, 24(4), pp. 357–369. doi:10.1080/0261436052000330438.
  28. Rojek, C. (2005). An outline of the action approach to leisure studies. Leisure Studies, 24(1), pp. 13–25.
  29. Rojek, C. (2005). On a rant from a little musketeer: a reply to Bill Schwartz. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 8(4), pp. 486–503.
  30. Rojek, C. (2005). P2P leisure exchange: Net banditry and the policing of intellectual property. Leisure Studies, 24(1), pp. 357–369.
  31. Rojek, C. (2004). The consumerist syndrome in contemporary society: and interview with Zygmunt Bauman. Journal of Consumer Culture, 4(3), pp. 291–312.
  32. Rojek, C. (2004). An anatomy of the Leicester School of Sociology: an interview with Eric Dunning. Journal of Classical Sociology, 4(3), pp. 337–359.
  33. Rojek, C. (2002). Civil labour, leisure and post work. Loisir et Société/Society and Leisure, 25(1), pp. 21–35.
  34. Rojek, C. (2002). The post-auratic president. American Behavioral Scientist, 46(4), pp. 487–500.
  35. Chris, R.O. (2002). Civil labour, leisure and post work society. Loisir et Societe, 25(1), pp. 21–35. doi:10.1080/07053436.2002.10707576.
  36. Rojek, C. (2001). Leisure and life politics. Leisure Sciences, 23(2), pp. 115–125. doi:10.1080/014904001300181701.
  37. Rojek, C. (2001). Leisure and life politics. Leisure Sciences, 23(2), pp. 1–11.
  38. Rojek, C. (2000). Leisure & the rich today. Leisure Studies, 19(1), pp. 1–15.
  39. Rojek, C. and Turner, B. (2000). Decorative sociology. The Sociological Review, 48(4), pp. 629–648.
  40. Rojek, C. and Turner, B. (2000). Decorative sociology: Towards a critique of the cultural turn. Sociological Review, 48(4), pp. 629–648.
  41. Rojek, C. (2000). Leisure and the rich today: Veblen's thesis after a century. Leisure Studies, 19(1), pp. 1–15. doi:10.1080/026143600374806.
  42. Rojek, C. (1999). Abnormal leisure: Invasive, mepidtic and wild forms. Loisir et Societe, 22(1), p. 21. doi:10.1080/07053436.1999.10715574.
  43. Rojek, C. (1999). Reviewing Veblen's view of the rich. Peace Studies Journal, 11(2), pp. 211–217.
  44. Pronovost, G. and Rojek, C. (1999). Introduction - Heritage and challenges to the sociology of leisure. LOISIR & SOCIETE-SOCIETY AND LEISURE, 22(1), pp. 15–17.
  45. Rojek, C. (1998). Tourism and citizenship. The International Journal of Cultural Policy, 4(2), pp. 291–310.
  46. Rojek, C. (1998). Stuart Hall and the antinomian tradition. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 1(1), pp. 45–65.
  47. Rojek, C. (1998). Leisure theory: retrospect and prospect. Loisir et Société/Society and Leisure, 20(2), pp. 383–400.
  48. Rojek, C. (1997). "Leisure" in the writings of Walter Benjamin. Leisure Studies, 16(3), pp. 155–171.
  49. Rojek, C. (1995). Veblen, leisure and human need. Leisure Studies, 14(2), pp. 73–86. doi:10.1080/02614369500390071.
  50. Rojek, C. (1995). Veblen, leisure and human need. Leisure Studies, 14(1), pp. 73–86.
  51. Rojek, C. (1993). After popular culture: hyperreality and leisure. Leisure Studies, 12(3), pp. 1–13.
  52. Rojek, C. (1993). De-differentiation and leisure. Loisir et Société/Society and Leisure, 16(1), pp. 15–29.
  53. Rojek, C. (1993). Disney culture. Leisure Studies, 12(1), pp. 121–165.
  54. Rojek, C. (1993). Restlessness. Vrijetijd En Samenleving, 10(4), pp. 5–17.
  55. Rojek, C. (1993). After popular culture: Hyperreality and leisure. Leisure Studies, 12(4), pp. 277–289. doi:10.1080/02614369300390261.
  56. Rojek, C. (1993). Disney culture. Leisure Studies, 12(2), pp. 121–135. doi:10.1080/02614369300390111.
  57. Rojek, C. (1992). The eye of power: moral regulation and the professionalization of leisure from the 1830s to the 1950s. Loisir et Société/Society and Leisure, 15(1), pp. 355–373.
  58. Rojek, C. (1992). The eye of power: Moral regulation and the professionalization of leisure management from the 1830s to the 1950s. Loisir et Societe, 15(1), pp. 354–373. doi:10.1080/07053436.1992.10715422.
  59. Rojek, C. (1990). Baudrillard and leisure. Leisure Studies, 9(1), pp. 7–20.
  60. Rojek, C. and Collins, S. (1988). Contract or con trick revisited: Comments on the reply by corden and preston-shoot. British Journal of Social Work, 18(6), pp. 611–622.
  61. ROJEK, C. and COLLINS, S. (1988). CONTRACT OR CON TRICK REVISITED - COMMENTS. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK, 18(6), pp. 611–622.
  62. Rojek, C. (1988). The convoy of pollution. Leisure Studies, 7(1), pp. 21–31.
  63. Rojek, C. (1988). Freedom, power and leisure. Loisir et Société/Society and Leisure, 10(2), pp. 209–218.
  64. Rojek, C. and Collins, S.A. (1988). Contract or con-trick revisited: comments on the reply by Corden and Preston-Shoot. The British Journal of Social Work, 18(4), pp. 611–622.
  65. Rojek, C. and Collins, S.A. (1987). Contract or con trick? British Journal of Social Work, 17(2), pp. 199–211.
  66. Rojek, C. and Collins, S.A. (1987). Contract or con-trick? The British Journal of Social Work, 17(3), pp. 199–211.
  67. Rojek, C. and Wilson, D. (1987). Worker's self management in the world system. Organization Studies, 8(4), pp. 297–308.
  68. Rojek, C. and Wilson, D.C. (1987). Workers' Self-Management in the World System: The Yugoslav Case. Organization Studies, 8(4), pp. 297–308. doi:10.1177/017084068700800401.
  69. Rojek, C. (1986). The 'Subject' in social work. British Journal of Social Work, 16(1), pp. 65–77.
  70. ROJEK, C. (1986). PROBLEMS OF INVOLVEMENT AND DETACHMENT IN THE WRITINGS OF ELIAS,NORBERT. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY, 37(4), pp. 584–596. doi:10.2307/590719.
  71. ROJEK, C. (1986). TALCOTT PARSONS AND THE CAPITALIST NATION-STATE - BUXTON,W. SOCIAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY, 67(3), pp. 653–653.
  72. Rojek, C. (1986). Convergence, divergence of the study of organizations. Organization Studies, 7(1), pp. 25–36.
  73. Rojek, C. (1986). The "subject" in social work. The British Journal of Social Work, 6(1), pp. 65–77.
  74. Rojek, C. (1986). Structure reconstructed. Media Education Journal, 5(2), pp. 2–6.
  75. Rojek, C. (1986). Problems of involvement and detachment in the writings of Norbert Elias. British Journal of Sociology, 17(4), pp. 199–211.
  76. Rojek, C. (1986). Leisure and legitimation. Recreation Australia, 6(4), pp. 14–17.
  77. Rojek, C. (1984). The limits of the "new industrial relations". Industrial Relations Journal, 15(2), pp. 66–72.
  78. Rojek, C. (1984). Did Marx have a theory of leisure? Leisure Studies, 3(2), pp. 163–174.
  79. Rojek, C. (1984). Typologies of education in the world system. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 5(3), pp. 213–225.
  80. Rojek, C. (1984). Time and socialist construction. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 4(2), pp. 42–49.
  81. Rojek, C. (1984). Typologies of Education and the Capitalist World System. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 5(3), pp. 213–225. doi:10.1080/0142569840050301.
  82. Rojek, C. (1984). Shorter Notices. Sociology, 18(1), pp. 128–130. doi:10.1177/0038038584018001026.
  83. Rojek, C. (1983). Dictionary of received ideas. Social Work Today, 15(5), pp. 12–13.
  84. Rojek, C. (1983). Emancipation and demoralization: contrasting approaches in the sociology of leisure. Leisure Studies, 2(1), pp. 83–96.
  85. Wójciak, T., Szwabe, E. and Rojek, C. (1969). [Behavior of properdin level in tuberculous children in relation to their clinical conditions]. Gruzlica i choroby pluc; tuberculosis et pneumonologia, 37(10), pp. 943–949.
  86. Wójciak, T., Szwabe, E. and Rojek, C. (1969). Behavior of properdin level in tuberculous children in relation to their clinical conditions. Gruzlica i choroby pluc; tuberculosis et pneumonologia, 37(10), pp. 943–949.
  87. Rojek, C. (1965). Glucocorticoids in the treatment of bronchial changes in primary lympho-pulmonary tuberculosis in children. Gruzlica i choroby pluc; tuberculosis et pneumonologia, 33(8), pp. 681–687.

Other Activities

Editorial Activity

  1. Membership of Editorial Boards

    - Theory, Culture & Society
    - Body & Society
    - Citizenship Studies
    - Journal of Classical Sociology
    - International Journal of Cultural Studies
    - European Journal of Social Theory
    - Tourist Studies
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Events/Conferences (8)

  1. Celebrity Studies Annual Symposium. Queensland University, Brisbane (2011).
    Description: Plenary Speaker: 'Celanthropy and celebrity'
  2. Australia New Zealand Leisure Studies Association Conference. Otago University, Dunedin (2011).
    Description: Plenary Speaker
  3. Norwegian Music Therapy Conference. University of Bergen (2011).
    Description: Plenary Speaker, 'Celanthropy and music therapy'
  4. SESC International Forum of Leisure Conference. Minas Gerais, Brazil (2011).
    Description: Plenary Speaker
  5. ANZALS Conference. Otago University, Dunedin (2011).
    Description: Plenary Speaker
  6. Emotions and Society Conference. Aarhus, Denmark (2009).
    Description: Plenary Speaker
  7. Leisure Studies Conference. Waterloo University, Ontario (2009).
    Description: Plenary Speaker
  8. Chinese Government/World Leisure Organization Symposium on Contemporary Leisure. Hangzhou, China (2006).
    Description: Participation with 12 other invited scholars in leisure. Report delivered to the Deputy President of China in the People's Hall, Hangzhou.

Keynote Lectures/Speeches (3)

  1. Public Presentation on 'Celebrity'. Auckland University, New Zealand (2009). Hood Fellow
  2. Public Presentation on 'The labour of leisure'. Auckland University, New Zealand (2009). Hood Fellow
  3. Leisure Studies Association Annual Meeting. Solent College, Southampton (2011). Public Interview

Other

  1. Reviews

    - Theory, Culture and Society
    - Sociology
    - Radical Philosophy
    - Social Science Quaterly
    - Leisure Studies

    Staff Seminar Papers

    - Monash University, Melbourne
    - Hobart University, Tasmania
    - Queensland University, Brisbane
    - Queensland Univeristy of Technology, Brisbane
    - University of New South Wales, Sydney
    - Sydney University of Technology
    - CUNY, New york
    - Carleton University, Ottawa
    - University of Waterloo, Canada
    - Texas A&M University
    - University of Helsinki
    - Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand
    - Auckland University, New Zealand
    - Brighton University
    - Leicester University
    - Plymouth University
    - Lancaster University
    - Exeter University