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Miller, J. (2013) Turf wars: Stable lads' strikes and union recognition in the twentieth century. Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, 34. pp. 111-140. ISSN 1362-1572 Available from:

Miller, J. (2013) Racing bodies. In: Wolkowitz, C., Cohen, R. L., Sanders, T. and Hardy, K., eds. (2013) Body/Sex/Work: Intimate, Embodied and Sexualised Labour. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137021908 Available from:

Miller, J. (2013) Resistance is futile? Evidence from the small firms sector. In: International Labour Process Conference, New Brunswick, NJ. USA, 18-20 March 2013, New Brunswick, NJ. USA, 18-20 March 2013. Available from:


Miller, J. (2012) Speak up, we can't hear you: Grievance resolution practices in small firms. In: Eurasian Business and Economics Society, Istanbul, Turkey, 24th - 26th May, 2012. Available from:

Miller, J. (2012) They should have sorted it out in 1975: The newmarket stable lads' strike. Under consideration for publication in Historical Studies in Industrial Relations. ISSN 1362-1572 [Submitted] Available from:


Miller, J. (2011) Racing bodies. In: International Labour Process Conference, Leeds University, 5-7 April 2011. Available from:

Miller, J. (2011) Not just for the love of horses. Bodywork and the labour process in racing stables. CESR Review, Januar. Available from:


Miller, J. (2010) The 1975 stable lads strike. Trades Union Congress Working Lives Project. Available from:

Miller, J. (2010) Speak up we can't hear you. Worker voice in the UK racing industry. CESR review. Available from:

Miller, J. (2010) How does the labour process impact on employment relations in the small firm? A study of racehorse training stables in the United Kingdom. PhD, London Metropolitan University. Available from:


Miller, J. (2008) We just don't want to frighten the horses. In: Annual conference of the British Society for Sports History, University of Brighton, 3 September 2008. Available from:

Miller, J. (2008) "We can't join a union, that would harm the horses": Worker resistance in the UK horseracing industry. CESR Review, April. Available from:

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