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THE  ORIGINS OF ENGLISH INDIVIDUALISM: THE FAMILY,  PROPERTY  AND SOCIAL TRANSITION (Blackwells and Cambridge Univ. Press, 1978)

The  Peasantry  in England before the industrial  revolution.  A mythical  model?, in Social Organization and Settlement,  ed.  D.Green et. al. (B.A.R.1978)

'Some psychological consequences of English individualism,  1400-1700',  Society  for  the Social History  of  Medicine,  Bulletin 22.(4)   1978

'The Group and the Individual in History'from: Space, Hierarchy and Society: Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Area Analysis, eds. Barry C. Burnham and John Kingsbury, BAR International Series 59 (1979)

Introduction to The Origins of English Individualism; The Family, Property and Social Transition (Blackwells and Cambridge Univ. Press, 1978)

Preface to the Hungarian edition of The Origins of English Individualism; The Family, Property and Social Transition

'A  Individualidade dos Ingleses', Ler Historia,  no.3.  1984

'The myth of peasantry; family and economy in a northern parish' in Land, Kinship and Life-Cycle (ed.) Richard Smith , (Arnold, )1984

THE CULTURE OF CAPITALISM (Blackwell, 1987) Appendix : A Note on the Nature of Capitalism

'Love and Capitalism' Cambridge Anthropology 1987

'The Cradle of Capitalism: The Case of England' in Jean Baechler et al., eds.  Europe and the Rise of Capitalism (Blackwell,1988)

'On  Individualism',  Radcliffe-Brown Memorial  Lecture,  British Academy Proceedings, vol.82., 1992, re-published as a separate pamphlet by the Centre for Study of Cultural Values, Lancaster University, 1994,  42pp.

'The mystery of property: inheritance and industrialization in England and Japan', in C.M.Hann (ed.), Property Relations. Renewing the Anthropological Tradition. Cambridge, 1998.

'Freedom and Economic Growth' (paper to be published as part of the Proceedings of Windsor Conference, 2001/2002)

'The Cradle of Capitalism: The Case of England' published as ch. 8 of The Culture of Capitalism, pp. 170-90

Individualism published in the Social Science Encyclopedia (Routledge, 2nd edn. 1995)

'Some Reflections on the Origins of Industrial Capitalism in a Comparative Perspective' talk given to Past and Present Society, Worcester College, Oxford, on 26.5.94 & Queen's College, Cambridge

'The Origins of English Individualism: Some Surprises' published in Theory and Society, Volume 6, Issue 2 (Sep., 1978), 255-277

'Love and Capitalism' penultimate version of THE CULTURE OF CAPITALISM chapter 6

'Scholarly Standards; Judgment, Accuracy and Honesty'. (unpublished, 1986)

'Individualism Reconsidered, or the Craft of the Historian'. (draft of appendix to THE CULTURE OF CAPITALISM, 1987)

'The Making of the Modern World' (Talk given to local history society at Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England on 27.9.2002)

'Reflection on Peasant and Capitalist Morality' ( Peasants seminar at Trinity College, 7.3.1991, run by Peter Laslett)

'Some Thoughts on the Nature of Early Modern Society' (Talk given to early modern seminar, Cambridge, Jan. 1992)

'Illth and Wealth' (Marett Lecture, given at Oxford on 28.April 1995)

'Wealth and the Decline of Illth' (Talk given at School of History, University of East Anglia, Norwich c. 23.5.95)

'Freedom and economic growth' (Rough draft; not for quotation please: for conference at Windsor on Smithian growth)

'Individualism Reconsidered: the use and abuse of comparative models for the study of early modern England.' (Talk to J.C.D. Clark seminar, All Souls, Oxford, 3rd November 1986)

Preface to Chinese translation of The Origins of English Individualism, to be published by Commercial Press, Beijing in 2006

Preface to the Japanese edition of The Culture of Capitalism, published in 1993