Suggested Bibliography

If you want to know something more about our teachers:

  1. Cheng, L. & Fox, J. (2017). Assessment in the Language Classroom: Teachers Supporting Student Learning. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  2. Cheng, L. (2015). Framing and defining your research project. In J. D. Brown & C. Coombe (Eds.), The Cambridge Guide to Research in Language Teaching and Learning (pp. 39-45). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  3. Bailey, K.B. & Curtis, A. (2015). Learning About Language Assessment: Dilemma, Decisions, and Directions. Boston, MA: National Geographic Learning.
  4. Curtis, A. (2015). Presenting your research project. In J. D. Brown & C. Coombe (Eds.), The Cambridge Guide to Research in Language Teaching and Learning (pp. 265-271). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press
  5. Müller, T. (accepted, 2019). Foreclosure, Fraud, Injustice, Stigma and Empowerment. The fight of Gabor Nagy. In: Studies in Symbolic Interaction, Volume 51. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  6. Müller, T. (accepted, 2019) ‘Cultural criminology and its incitement for symbolic interactionism: Transgression, marginalisation, resistance and media in the wider context of power and culture in late modernity’. In: (ed.) Michael Hviid ‘Critical and Cultural Interactionism London: Routledge.
  7. Müller, T. (accepted, 2019) ‘Jack Douglas and the reinvention of society and sociology. Creative deviance, the construction of meaning and social order’.
  8. In: (eds.) Chris Conner Forgotten, Neglected, and Misrepresented Social Theorists Lanham, Maryland: Lexington.
  9. Müller, T. (2018). “You Are Not Allowed to Be Here…”: Ethnography of Rejection, Shame, and Hurt., pp. 127-132. In: (eds.) Steven W. Kleinknecht, Lisa-Jo K. van den Scott and Carrie B. Sanders Hans Nelen and Dina Siegel. The Craft of Qualitative Research: A Handbook. Toronto: Canadian Scholars
  10. Müller, T. (2017) “Governmental Cannabis Naiveté.”, pp.445-457. In: (eds.) R. Staring, R. van Swaaningen and K. van Wingerden.Over de muren van stilzwijgen. Liber Amicorum Henk van de Bunt, Amsterdam: Boomcriminologie.
  11. Van de Bunt, Henk & Thaddeus Müller. (2017). “The Bankruptcy of the Dutch Cannabis Policy: Time for a Restart,” pp. 11-23. In: (eds.) Hans Nelen and Dina Siegel. Contemporary Organized Crime. Development, Challenges and Responses, Cham (Switzerland): Springer.
  12. Müller, T. (2016), Saved by Rock ‘n’ Roll: Lou Reed, His Fans, and the Becoming of the (Marginal) Self, in Christopher J. Schneider , Joseph A. Kotarba (ed.) Symbolic Interactionist Takes on Music (Studies in Symbolic Interaction, Volume 47) Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.1 – 20
  13. Müller, T. and Fischer, T. (2015) ‘Feeling unsafe in a Multicultural neighbourhood: Indigenous Inhabitants’ perspectives’, British Journal of Criminology, 55(4), pp. 790–810. doi: 10.1093/bjc/azu113.
  14. Müller, T. (2015) ‘Moral entrepreneurship revisited: Police officers monitoring Cannabis retailers in Rotterdam, the Netherlands’, Contributions from European Symbolic Interactionists: Reflections on Methods, , pp. 139–157. doi: 10.1108/s0163-239620150000044007
  15. Müller, T. (2014), Chicago, Jazz and Marijuana: Howard Becker on Outsiders. Symbolic Interaction, 37: 576–594. doi:10.1002/symb.119
  16. Müller, T. (2013). In praise of ethnography: Towards a rich understanding of crime and deviance. Kriminologisches Journal, 45(2), 144-159.
  17. Müller, T. (2012) The Empire of Scrounge Meets the Warm City: Danger, Civility, Cooperation and Community among Strangers in the Urban Public World. Critical Criminology, 20 (4) 447-461.
  18. Whiteman, G., Müller, T. & Johnson, J. (2009) Strong emotions at work. Qualitative Research in Organization and Management: A International Journal, 4 (1) 46-61.