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In-text: (Arden, 1980)
Your Bibliography: Arden, A., 1980. The Housing Act 1980. London: Sweet & Maxwell.
In-text: (The Great British Class Survey – Results, 2013)
Your Bibliography: BBC Science. 2013. The Great British Class Survey – Results. [online] Available at: <http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/0/21970879> [Accessed 21 December 2014].
In-text: (Callinicos, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Callinicos, A., 2003. An anti-capitalist manifesto. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
In-text: (Durkheim, 1964)
Your Bibliography: Durkheim, E., 1964. The division of labor in society. [New York]: Free Press of Glencoe.
In-text: (Gramsci and Buttigieg, 1992)
Your Bibliography: Gramsci, A. and Buttigieg, J., 1992. Prison notebooks. New York: Columbia University Press.
In-text: (The Globalization of Markets - HBR, 1983)
Your Bibliography: Harvard Business Review. 1983. The Globalization of Markets - HBR. [online] Available at: <https://hbr.org/1983/05/the-globalization-of-markets> [Accessed 15 December 2014].
In-text: (McLellan, 1980)
Your Bibliography: McLellan, D., 1980. Marxism after Marx. New York, NY: Harper & Row.
In-text: (Mills, 1956)
Your Bibliography: Mills, C., 1956. The power elite. New York: Oxford University Press.
In-text: (Sklair, 1991)
Your Bibliography: Sklair, L., 1991. Sociology of the global system. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
In-text: (Smith and Raphael, 1991)
Your Bibliography: Smith, A. and Raphael, D., 1991. The wealth of nations. New York: Knopf.
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