Haddon, Edward and Cary Wu. 2022. “Class and class conflict: An objective-subjective interactive approach”. Sociology Compass. (In Press).

Haddon, Edward. 2022. “Neoliberalism, Gender, and the Gig Economy in Canada.” Pp. 183-95 in Social Inequality in Canada: Dimensions of Disadvantge, edited by E. Grabb, J. G. Reitz and M. Hwang. Ontario: Oxford Canada.

Haddon, Edward and Cary Wu. 2022. “How Does Actual Inequality Shape People’s Perceptions of Inequality? A Class Perspective.Sociological Perspectives 65(5):825-47.

Haddon, Edward. 2021. “Class, Partisanship and The Great Recession: The Conflicting Influences on Attitudes Towards Inequality during Economic Crises.” Canadian Review of Sociology/ Revue Canadienne de Sociologie 58(3): 352-71

Haddon, Edward. 2019. “How Class Shapes Critical Resentment toward Inequality: The Competing Forces of Stratification and Politics.” International Journal of Sociology 49(4):241-63. * Lead article

France, Alan and Edward Haddon. 2014. “Exploring the Epistemological Fallacy: Subjectivity and Class in the Lives of Young People.Young 22(4): 305-321. * Lead article

France, Alan, Dorothy Bottrell and Edward Haddon. 2013a. “Managing Everyday Life: The Conceptualisation and Value of Cultural Capital in Navigating Everyday Life for Working-Class Youth.” Journal of Youth Studies 16(5):597-611.

France, Alan, Dorothy Bottrell and Edward Haddon. 2013b. “The Role of Habitus and Reflexivity in Young People Managing Pathways out of Crime.International Journal on School Disaffection 10(1):11-27.