(C.J. Axon, R.Dingwall, S. Evans, and J.A. Cassell) ‘The Skagit County Choir Covid-19 outbreak – Have we got it wrong?’ Public Health 2023, 214: January: 85-90.

(J. Pykett, S. Ball, R. Dingwall, R. Lepenies, T. Sommer, H. Strassheim, L. Wenzel) ‘Ethical moments and institutional expertise in UK Government Covid-19 pandemic policy responses: where, when and how is ethical advice sought?’ Evidence and Policy 2023 19; 2: 236-255..

(G.P. Martin, E. Hanna, M. McCartney and R. Dingwall) ‘Science, society and policy in the face of uncertainty: reflections on the debate around face coverings for the public during Covid-19’, Critical Public Health 2020, 30; 5: 501-508

(S. Al-Mutairi, I. Connerton and R. Dingwall) ‘Understanding “corruption” in regulatory agencies: The case of food inspection in Saudi Arabia’, Regulation & Governance 2019, 13; 4: 507-19.

(N. Sawadogo and R. Dingwall) ‘Professions and the social order: some lessons from Burkina Faso?, Canadian Review of Sociology 2018, 55; 3: 385-403.

(M. Hewitt, R. Dingwall, and I Turkmendag) ‘More than research intermediaries: A descriptive study of the impact and value of learned societies’, Science and Public Policy 2017, 44; 6: 775-78.

‘Editorial Introduction: The Sociology of Quality and Accountability’, Sociology of Health and Illness Virtual Special Issue: The Francis Reports Virtual Special Issue Series: Care Standards, Regulation and Accountability, 2016.

(A Zanni, M. Goulden, T. Ryley and R.Dingwall)  ‘Improving scenario methods in infrastructure planning: A case study of Long Distance Travel and Mobility in the UK under Extreme Weather Uncertainty and a Changing Climate’, Technological Forecasting & Social Change 2017, 115; February: 180-97.

(S. Reeves, M Goulden and R.Dingwall) ‘The Future as a Design Problem’, Design Issues 2016, 32; 3: 6-17.

‘Why are doctors dissatisfied? The role of origin myths’, Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 2016, 21; 1: 67–70.

(Y. Aoyagi, C. R. Beck, R. Dingwall, J. S. Nguyen-Van-Tam) ‘Healthcare workers’ willingness to work during an influenza pandemic: a systematic review and meta-analysis’, Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses 2015, 9: 120-30.

(S. Al-Mutairi, I. Connerton and R. Dingwall) ‘Food safety organisations in Saudi Arabia – Organisational, historical and future analysis’, Food Control 2015, 47: 478-86.

(M. Goulden, T. Ryley and R. Dingwall) ‘Predict and Provide’: UK Transport, the Growth Paradigm and Climate Change’, Transport Policy 2014, 32:130-47.

(R. Dingwall, L.M. Hoffman, K. Staniland) ‘Introduction: Why a Sociology of Pandemics?’, Sociology of Health and Illness 2013, 35; 2 167-73. Reprinted in Pandemics and Emerging Infectious Diseases: The Sociological Agenda, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford 2013.

(E.Cloatre and R.Dingwall) ‘Embedded Regulation’: The Migration of Objects, Scripts and Governance’, Regulation and Governance 2013, 7; 3: 365-86.

(R. Dingwall, T. DeGloma, S. Newmahr) ‘Editors’ Introduction: Symbolic Interaction—Serving the Whole Interactionist Family’, Symbolic Interaction 2012, 35; 2: 1-5.

(A. Mohr, H. Busby, T. Hervey and R. Dingwall) ‘Mapping the role of official bioethics advice in the governance of biotechnologies in the EU: the European Group on Ethics’ Opinion on commercial cord blood banking’, Science and Public Policy, 2012, 39; 1:105-117.

(C. Rooke, E. Cloatre and R. Dingwall) ‘The regulation of nicotine in the UK: how nicotine gum came to be a medicine, but not a drug’, Journal of Law and Society 2012, 39; 1: 39-57.

(G. Currie, R. Dingwall, M. Kitchener and J. Waring,) ‘Let’s Dance: Organization Studies, Medical Sociology and Health Policy’, Social Science and Medicine, 2012, 74; 3: 273-80.

(A. Pilnick and R. Dingwall) ‘On the remarkable persistence of asymmetry in doctor/patient interaction’, Social Science and Medicine, 2011, 72; 8: 1374-1382

(R. Dingwall and V. Rozelle) ‘The ethical governance of German physicians 1890-1939: rule-making and professional culture’, Journal of Policy History, 2011, 23; 1: 1-24.

‘Divorce mediation: Should we change our mind?’ Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2010, 32; 2: 107–117. Reprinted in Ashgate Library of Essays on Family Rights, edited by R. Lecky, Ashgate, Aldershot, forthcoming 2016.

(Waring, J., Rowley, E., Dingwall, R., Palmer, C. and Murcott, T.) ‘Narrative review of the UK Patient Safety Research Portfolio’, Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, 2010, 15 Suppl 1: 26–32. 

‘“Aux armes, citoyens”: Résister au défi des réglementations éthiques dans les sciences humaines et sociales’, Mouvements, 2008, 55-56:142-154.

(R. De Vries, R. Dingwall and K. Orfali), ‘The moral organization of the professions: Bioethics in the United States and France’, Current Sociology, 2009, 57: 555-80.

(I. Turkmendag, R. Dingwall, T. Murphy) ‘Removal of donor anonymity in the UK: Silent claims-making of would-be parents’, International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 2008, 22; 3: 283-310.

Review Essay: ‘Shaping the future of humankind: three commentaries on the ethics of enhancement’, Health Economics, Policy and Law, 2008, 3, 1: 97-105.

‘The ethical case against ethical regulation in humanities and social science research’, 21st Century Society 2008, 3; 1: 1-12. Reprinted in J. Scott-Jones, ed., Research Ethics in Context, Sage, London 2015.

(E. Murphy and R. Dingwall) ‘Informed Consent, Anticipatory Regulation and Ethnographic Practice’, Social Science and Medicine 2007, 65; 11: 2223-2234.‘“Turn off the oxygen…”: Comment on Malcolm Feeley’s 2006 Presidential Address’, Law & Society Review 2007, 41; 4: 787-95.

(E. Rowley and R.Dingwall) ‘The use of single-use devices in anaesthesia: balancing the risks to patient safety’, Anaesthesia 2007, 62: 569-74.

(C. Vassy, R.Dingwall, and A. Murcott) ‘Comment analyser l’absence d’anticipation des risques? Le cas de la canicule 2003 en France’, Sociologie et Sociétés 2007, 39 ;1: 161-80.

‘The enduring relevance of professional dominance’, Knowledge, Work and Society 2006, 4; 2: 77-98.(Editorial) ‘An exercise in fatuity: research governance and the emasculation of HSR’, Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 2006, 11; 4:193-4.

(R. Dingwall and E.Cloatre) ‘Vanishing Trials: An English Perspective’, Journal of Dispute Resolution, 2006; 1: 51-70.

(Anonymously as Locus Congressi) ‘Perspective: “Four days in a strange place…”’, Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 2006, 11; 2: 122-4. Reprinted in Qualitative Health Research, edited by R. Dingwall, Sage, London, 2008. Reprinted in Approaches to Fieldwork, edited by S. Hillyard, Sage, London, 2014.

(S.P. Conroy, A. Luxton, R. Dingwall, R.H. Harwood, J.R.F. Gladman)‘Cardiopulmonary resuscitation in continuing care settings: time for a rethink?’, British Medical Journal, 2006, 332: 479-82.

(R.Dingwall and M. Aldridge) ‘Television wildlife programming as a source of popular scientific information: a case study of evolution’, Public Understanding of Science, 2006, 15; 2: 131-52.

(R. Dingwall and K. Kidd) ‘After the Fall…: capitulating to the routine in professional work’, Penn State Law Review 2003, 108;1: 67‑87.

(M. Aldridge and R. Dingwall) ‘Teleology on television: implicit models of evolution in broadcast wildlife and nature programmes’, European Journal of Communications 2003, 18; 4: 435‑53.

(R. Dingwall, B Nerlich and S. Hillyard) ‘Biological determinism and symbolic interaction: Hereditary streams and cultural roads’, Symbolic Interaction 2003, 26; 4: 631‑44. A shortened version appears as R. Dingwall and B. Nerlich, ‘Genes, instincts and social interaction’, in Svensk Neuropsykologi 2003, 15; 3‑4: 16‑17. A slightly different version appears as 62 in the list of published chapters.

‘LSA and the “Pax Americana”’ (Comments on Lynn Mather’s Presidential Address) Law and Society Review 2003, 37; 2: 315‑21.

(C.A.B. Warren, T Barnes‑Brus, H. Burgess, L. Wiebold‑Lippisch with J. Hackney, G. Harkness, V. Kennedy and R Dingwall, P.C. Rosenblatt, A. Ryen, R. Shuy) ‘After the interview’, Qualitative Sociology 2003, 26; 1: 93‑111.

(R. Dingwall and P. Watson) ‘Editorial: Do small independent pharmacies have a future?’, Journal of Social and Administrative Pharmacy 2002, 19; 5: 161.

(J. Evetts and R. Dingwall) ‘Professional occupations in the UK and Europe: legitimation and governmentality’, International Review of Sociology 2002, 12; 2:159‑171

‘What makes conflict resolution possible? ’ Negotiation Journal 2002 18; 4: 321‑6.(B. Nerlich, R. Dingwall and D. D. Clarke) ‘The Book of Life: How the Human Genome Project was revealed to the public’, Health 2002, 6; 4: 445‑69.

‘A stranger at the table…Reflections on Law, Society and the Higgs Boson’ (Comments on Kitty Calavita’s Presidential Address), Law and Society Review 2002, 36; 1: 29‑35.

(R. Dingwall and G. Miller) ‘Lessons from Brief Therapy? Some interactional suggestions for family mediators’, Conflict Resolution Quarterly 2001, 19; 3: 269‑88.

‘Scientific misconduct as organisational deviance’, Zeitschrift für Rechtssoziologie 2001, 22; 2: 245‑258.

(R. Dingwall and D. Greatbatch) ‘Family Mediators ‑ What are they doing?’, Family Law 2001, 31; May: 378‑82.

(D. Greatbatch, E. Murphy and R. Dingwall) ‘Evaluating medical information systems: ethnomethodological and interactionist approaches’, Health Services Management Research 2001, 14: 1‑12.

(C. Richards, R. Dingwall, and A. Watson) ‘Should NHS patients be allowed to contribute extra money to their care? A debate from the Nottingham ethics of clinical practice committee’, British Medical Journal 2001, 323: 563‑5.

(R. Dingwall and D. Allen) ‘The implications of healthcare reforms for the profession of nursing’, Nursing Inquiry 2001, 8; 2: 64‑74.

‘Notes towards an intellectual history of symbolic interactionism’, Symbolic Interaction 2001, 24; 2: 237‑42.

(A. Pilnick and R. Dingwall) ‘Research directions in genetic counselling: a review of the literature’, Patient Education and Counseling 2001, 44: 95‑105.

(A Pilnick, R. Dingwall and K. Starkey) ‘Disease management: definitions, difficulties and future directions’, Bulletin of the World Health Organisation 2001, 79; 8: 755‑63.

‘Contemporary legends, rumours and collective behaviour: some neglected resources for medical sociology?’, Sociology of Health and Illness 2001, 23; 2: 180‑202.

(B.Nerlich, D.D. Clarke and R.Dingwall) ‘Fictions, fantasies, and fears: the literary foundations of the cloning debate’, Journal of Literary Semantics 2001, 30; 1: 37‑52.

(R. Dingwall and P. Martin) ‘Editorial: RCT ‑ RIP? Or can the pharmaceutical industry survive the genomic revolution?’, Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 2000, 5; 1: 67‑8.

(B. Nerlich, D.D. Clarke and R. Dingwall) ‘Cloning and crops: contextual modulation of metaphor and meaning in two debates about bioengineering’, Metaphor and Symbol 2000, 15; 4: 223‑40.

‘Language, Law and Power: ethnomethodology, conversation analysis and the politics of law and society studies’, Law and Social Inquiry 2000, 25; 3: 885‑911.

(R. Dingwall, T. Durkin, P. Pleasence, W.L.F. Felstiner and R. Bowles) ‘Firm handling: the litigation strategies of defence lawyers in personal injury cases’, Legal Studies 2000, 20; 1: 1‑18.

‘Risk Society: the cult of theory and the millennium’, Social Policy and Administration 1999, 33; 4: 474‑91. Reprinted in Manning, N. and Shaw, I., eds. New Risks, New Welfare: Signposts for Social Policy, Blackwell, Oxford, 2000.

(R. Dingwall and G. Pascall) ‘Family Law, Social Policy and European Welfare States: Introduction’, International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 1999, 13: 229‑34.

(R. Dingwall and J. Lewis) ‘Introduction: Children and Family Policy in Europe’, Children and Youth Services Review 1999, 21; 11/12: 905‑14.

(B. Nerlich, D.D. Clarke and R. Dingwall) ‘The influence of popular cultural imagery on public attitudes towards cloning’, Sociological Research Online 1999, 4; 3

(D. Greatbatch and R. Dingwall) ‘The marginalization of domestic violence in divorce mediation’, International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 1999, 13; 2: 174‑90.

‘Professions and social order in a global society’, International Review of Sociology 1999, 9; 1: 131‑140. Translated into Spanish as ‘Las profesiones y el orden social en una sociedad global’, Revista Electronica de Investigacion Educativa, 2004, 6; 1

(R. Dingwall, D. Greatbatch, L. Ruggerone) ‘Gender and interaction in divorce mediation’, Mediation Quarterly 1998, 15; 4: 277‑285.

‘Review Symposium on The New Language of Qualitative Method (J.F. Gubrium and J.A. Holstein, 1997): A model for challenging sociology or just microsociology?’, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 1998, 27; 3: 399‑404.

(R. Dingwall, E.M. Murphy, D. Greatbatch, P. Watson, S. Parker) ‘Catching goldfish: quality in qualitative research’, Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 1998, 3; 3: 167‑172.

‘On the non‑negotiable in sociological life’, Qualitative Sociology, 1997, 20; 4:521‑31. Reprinted as Pp. 215‑25 in B. Glassner and R. Hertz, eds., Qualitative Sociology as Everyday Life, Sage, Beverly Hills, 1999.

(D. Greatbatch and R. Dingwall) ‘Argumentative talk in divorce mediation sessions’, American Sociological Review, 1997, 62; 1: 151‑170.

(R. Dingwall and M.D. King) ‘Herbert Spencer and the professions: occupational ecology reconsidered’, Sociological Theory, 1995, 13; 1: 13‑24. Reprinted as pp. 645-59 in J. Offer, ed., Herbert Spencer: Critical Assessments, Routledge, London, 2000.

(P. Fenn and R. Dingwall) ‘Mutual Trust? Trusts should read the small print of the new NHS Mutual Fund’ (Editorial) British Medical Journal, 1995, 310; (25 March): 756.

(R. Dingwall and D. Greatbatch) ‘Family mediation practitioners and researchers in the shadow of the Green Paper: a rejoinder to Marian Roberts’, Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 1995, 17: 199‑206.

(P. Fenn, D. Hermans and R. Dingwall) ‘Estimating the cost of compensating victims of medical negligence’, British Medical Journal, 1994, 309: 389‑91.

(R. Dingwall and P. Fenn) ‘Is NHS Indemnity working and is there a better way?’, British Journal of Anaesthesia, 1994, 73: 69‑77.‘Does caveat emptor alone help potential users of mediation?’, Negotiation Journal, 9: 331‑34.

(R.Dingwall and D. Greatbatch) ‘Who is in charge? Rhetoric and reality in the study of mediation’, Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 1993: 367‑85.

‘Pharmacy practice and the social sciences’, Pharmaceutical Journal, 1993, 251; (July 10) 59‑61.

(R.Dingwall, P. Watson and A. Aldridge) ‘Covert research: poor ethics and bad science’, Pharmaceutical Journal, 1992, 250: 182‑3.

(R. Dingwall and P. Fenn) ‘Is risk management necessary?’, Journal of Risk and Safety in Medicine, 1991, 2; 1: 91‑106.

(R. Dingwall and D. Greatbatch) ‘Behind closed doors: a preliminary report on mediator/client interaction in England’, Family and Conciliation Courts Review, 1991, 29; 3: 291‑303.

(R Dingwall, H. Tanaka and S. Minamikata) ‘Images of parenthood in the United Kingdom and Japan’, Sociology, 1991, 25; 3: 423‑46.

(D. Hughes and R. Dingwall) ‘Sir Henry Maine, Joseph Stalin and the reorganization of the National Health Service’, Journal of Social Welfare Law, 1990: 296‑309.

(R. Dingwall, T. Durkin and W.L.F. Felstiner) ‘Delay in tort cases: critical reflections on the Civil Justice Review’ Civil Justice Quarterly, 1990; (October): 353‑65. (First published as ABF Working Paper #8912, American Bar Foundation, Chicago, 1990.)

(D. Greatbatch and R. Dingwall) ‘Selective facilitation: some preliminary observations on a strategy used by divorce mediators’, Law and Society Review, 1989, 23; 4: 613‑41. Reprinted in abridged and edited form in Family and Conciliation Courts Review, 1990, 28; 1: 53‑64. Reprinted in C. Menkel‑Meadow, ed., Mediation: Theory, Policy and Practice, Aldershot, Ashgate, (2001).

(A. James and R. Dingwall) ‘Social work ideologies in the probation service: the case of civil work’, Journal of Social Welfare Law, 1989: 323‑38.

(R. Dingwall and A. James) ‘Family law and the psycho-social professions: welfare officers in the English county courts’, Law in Context, 1988, 6; 1: 61-73.

(R. Dingwall and J.M. Eekelaar) ‘Families and the state: an historical perspective on the public regulation of private conduct’, Law and Policy, 1988, 10; 4: 341-61.

(L. Quam, R.Dingwall. and P Fenn) ‘Medical malpractice claims in obstetrics and gynaecology: comparisons between the United States and Britain’, British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1988, 95, (May): 454-61.

(L. Quam, R. Dingwall and P. Fenn) ‘Medical malpractice in perspective II: the implications for Britain’, British Medical Journal, 1987, 294; (20 June): 1597-1600.

(L. Quam, R. Dingwall and P. Fenn) ‘Medical malpractice in perspective I: the American experience’, British Medical Journal, 1987, 294; (13 June): 1529-32.

(R. Dingwall and P. Fenn) ‘A respectable profession?   Sociological and economic perspectives on the regulation of professional services’, International Review of Law and Economics, 1987, 7; 1: 51-64.

‘The certification of competence: assessment in occupational socialization’, Urban Life, 1986, 15; 3/4: 367-93.

‘The Jasmine Beckford Affair’, Modern Law Review, 1986, 49; 4: 489-507.

‘Some observations on divorce mediation in Britain and the United States’, Mediation Quarterly, 1986, 11; (March): 5-24.‘Malpractice issues in childbirth’, Health Policy, 1986, 6: 103-6.

(P.J. Graham, R. Dingwall and S. Wolkind) ‘Research issues in child abuse’, Social Science and Medicine, 1985, 21; 11: 1217-28.

(S. Fox and R. Dingwall) ‘An exploratory study of variations in social workers’ and health visitors’ definitions of child mistreatment’, British Journal of Social Work, 1985, 15: 467-77.

(R. Dingwall and P.M. Strong) `The interactional study of organizations: a critique and reformulation’, Urban Life, 1985, 14; 2: 205-31.   Reprinted in G. Miller and R. Dingwall, eds., Context and Method in Qualitative Research, Sage, London, 1997. Reprinted in P. Atkinson and S. Delamont, Sage Qualitative Research Methods Sage, London 2011.

‘Protecting our children’, Public Administration, 1984, 62; 4: 490-3.

(J.M. Eekelaar and R. Dingwall) ‘Some legal issues in obstetric practice’, Journal of Social Welfare Law, 1984 (September): 258-70.

(R. Dingwall, J.M. Eekelaar and T. Murray) ‘Childhood as a social problem: a survey of the history of legal regulation’, Journal of Law and Society, 1984, 11; 2: 207-32.

‘“In the beginning was the work …” Reflections on the genesis of occupations’, Sociological Review, 1983, 31; 4: 605-24.

(R. Dingwall and T. Murray) ‘Categorization in accident departments: “good” patients, “bad” patients and “children”’, Sociology of Health and Illness, 1983, 5; 2: 127-48.

‘Community nursing and civil liberty’, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1982, 7: 337-46.

(J.M. Eekelaar, R Dingwall and T. Murray ) ‘Victims or threats? Children in care proceedings’, Journal of Social Welfare Law, 1982, (March): 68-82.

‘Ethics and ethnography’, Sociological Review, 1980, 28; 4: 871-91. Reprinted in E. Bell and H. Wilmott (eds) Qualitative Research in Business and Management, Sage, London, 2014.

‘Orchestrated encounters’, Sociology of Health and Illness, 1980, 2; 2: 151-73.

‘Research Note: thirty years on (Mass-Observation data on pre-1948 health care)’, Sociology of Health and Illness, 1979, 1; 3:

(R. Dingwall and J.M. Eekelaar) ‘Social and legal perceptions of child neglect: some preliminary considerations’, Journal of Child Abuse and Neglect, 1979, 3; 1: 303-14.

‘Atrocity stories and professional relationships’, Sociology of Work and Occupations, 1977, 4; 4: 371-96. Reprinted in Atkinson, P. and Delamont, S., eds., Narrative Methods, Sage, London, 2006.

‘Collectivism, regionalism and feminism: health visiting and British social policy 1850-1975’, Journal of Social Policy, 1977, 6; 3: 291-315.

‘Accomplishing profession’, Sociological Review, 1976, 24; 2: 331-49.   Reprinted in Wadsworth, M. and Robinson, D., eds, Studies in Everyday Medical Life, Martin Robertson, London, 1976.

‘Correspondence: ethnomethodology and Marxism’, Sociology, 1975, 9; 3: 495-6.

‘Some sociological aspects of nursing research’, Sociological Review, 1974, 22;   1: 45-55.