Books by David Byrne


David Byrne is Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Applied Social Sciences at the University of Durham. He has published widely on the methodology of social research, for example, in Interpreting Quantitative Data (2002) and with Charles Ragin edited The SAGE Handbook of Case Based Methods (2009). His major theoretical engagement is with the deployment of the complexity frame of reference across the social sciences--see Complexity Theory and the Social Sciences: The State of the Art (with Gillian Callaghan, 2011) with a particular focus on application to policy and practice. His current research focus is on the implications of the transition to the post-industrial in welfare capitalism--Paying for the Welfare State in the 21st Century (with Sally Ruane, 2011) and Class After Industry (2018).


The Rage of Staging: Wim Vandekeybus

David Byrne, Mauro Pawlowski, et al.


How Music Works

David Byrne


Secret Life of Humans

David Byrne


Understanding the Urban

David Byrne


Bicycle Diaries

David Byrne


Cluster Analysis


Complexity Theory and the Social Sciences: The state of the art

Gillian Callaghan and David Byrne