SLSP2060 - ReadingList13-14-
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SLSP2060 reading list
Acheson, D. 1998. Independent inquiry into inequalities in health : report. . London: The Stationery Office.
Ahmad, W. 1993. Making black people sick: ‘race’ and health in health research. In W. Ahmad (ed.), "Race" and health in contemporary Britain , Buckingham: Open University Press, 11-33. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
Aphramor, L. 2005. Is a weight -centred health framework salutogenic? Some thoughts on unhinging certain dietary ideologies. Social Theory and Health, 3, pp. 315-340. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
Annandale, E. 1998. The sociology of health and medicine : a critical introduction . Cambridge: Polity.
Annandale, E. and Hunt, K. 1990. Masculinity, femininity and sex: an exploration of their relative contribution to explaining gender differences in health. Sociology of health and illness. 12, pp. 24-46
Annandale, E and Clark, J. 1996. What is gender? Feminist theory and the sociology of human reproduction. Sociology of health and illness 18, pp. 17-44.
Armstrong, D. 1980.Madness and coping. Sociology of health and illness, 3(2), pp. 293-316.
Armstrong, D. 1983. Political anatomy of the body : medical knowledge in Britain in the Twentieth century . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Armstrong, D. 1995. The rise of surveillance medicine. Sociology of health and illness 17(3) 393-404
Bauman, Z. 1992. Mortality, Immortality and Other Life Strategies. Cambridge: Polity Press.
Bauman, Z. 1998. Postmodern adventures of life and death’ in Scambler, G. and Higgs, P. (eds.) Modernity, medicine, and health : medical sociology towards 2000. London: Routledge. Available online
Bell, S. E. 2009. DES daughters : embodied knowledge and the transformation of women's health politics Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Bellaby, P. 1990. What is genuine sickness? The relation between work discipline and the sick role in a pottery factory', Sociology of health and illness, 12 (1), pp. 47-68.
Berger, P. 1970. A rumour of angels : modern society and the rediscovery of the supernatural. London: Allen Lane.
Berger, P. 1990. The Sacred Canopy, Elements of a Sociological Theory of Religion. New York: Anchor Books.
Bradby, H. 2012. Medicine, health and society : a critical sociology . London: Sage.
British Psychological Association ‘Response to the American Psychiatric Association: DSM-5 Development’ http://apps.bps.org.uk/_publicationfiles/consultation-responses/DSM-5%202011%20-%20BPS%20response.pdf
Bunton, R., Nettleton, S. and Burrows, R. (eds.). 1995. The sociology of health promotion : critical analyses of consumption, lifestyle, and risk London: Routledge.
Busfield, J. 1988. Mental illness as social product or social construct: a contradiction in feminists' arguments? Sociology of health and illness. , 10(4), pp.521-542.
Bury, M. 1991. The sociology of chronic illness: a review of research and prospects. Sociology of health and illness, 13 (4), pp. 451-468.
Bury, M. 1982. Chronic illness as biographical disruption.Sociology of health and illness, 4(2), pp.167-182.
Bury, M. 1997. Health and illness in a changing society, London: Routledge
Bury, M. and Gabe, J. 2004. The sociology of health and illness : a reader. London: Routledge.
Busfield, J. 1988. Mental illness as social product or social construct: a contradiction in feminists' arguments? Sociology of health and illness, 10(4), pp.521-542.
Cameron, E. and Bernardes, J. 1998. Gender and Disadvantage in Health: Men’s Health for a Change. Sociology of health and illness. 20, pp. 673-693.
Campbell, D. 2012. Class divide in health widens, says thinktank. The Guardian accessed 14/09/12: http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/aug/23/class-divide-health-widens-thinktank.
Campos, P., A. Saguy, et al. 2006. The epidemiology of overweight and obesity: public health crisis or moral panic. International Journal of Epidemiology. 35, pp. 55-60.
Ciambrone, D. E. 2001. Illness and other assaults on self: the relative impact of HIV/AIDS on women’s lives. Sociology of health and illness, 23, pp. 517-540.
Cochrane, R. 1983. The social creation of mental illness. London: Longman.
Conrad, P. 1980. Deviance and medicalization, from badness to sickness. St. Louis: Mosby.
Conrad P. 1992. Medicalization and social control. Annual review of sociology. 18, pp. 209–232.
Conrad, P. and Potter, D. 2000. From hyperactive children to ADHD adults: Observations on the expansion of medical categories. Social problems. , 47(4) pp.559-582.
Courtenay, W. H. 2000. Constructions of masculinity and their influence on men's well-being: a theory of gender and health. Social science & medicine. , 50, pp. 1385-1401.
Cundiff, D.K. 2006. BMI: a poor surrogate for diet and exercise in assessing risk of death. International journal of obesity. , 30, pp. 1173-1175.
Currer, C. and Stacey, M. (eds). 1986. Concepts of health, illness and disease : a comparative perspective. Leamington: Spa Berg.
Danziger, K. 1990. Constructing the subject : historical origins of psychological research. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
De Swaan, A. 1990. The management of normality : critical essays in health and welfare. London: Routledge.
Dolan, A. 2011. 'You can’t ask for a Dubonnet and lemonade!’: working class masculinity and men’s health practices. Sociology of health and illness, 33, pp. 586-601.
Dorling, D. 2010. Injustice : why social inequality persists . Bristol: Policy Press.
Dorling, D. et al. 2000. The ghost of Christmas past: health effects of poverty in 1896 and 1991. British medical journal.. 32, pp.1547-1551.
Doyal, L. 1990. Hazards of hearth and home. Women's studies international forum., 13, pp. 501-517.
Doyal, L. 1990. Waged work and women's well being. Women's studies international forum., 13, pp. 587-604.
Doyal, L. 1995. What makes women sick : gender and the political economy of health. Basingstoke: Macmillan.
Durkheim, E. 2001. The Elementary Forms of Religious Life. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Editorial. 2004. Examining sites of interface between CAM and conventional health care: extending the sociological gaze, Complementary therapies in medicine. . 12, pp. 69—70
Elias, N. 1985. The Loneliness of the Dying. Oxford: Blackwell.
Elias, N. 2000. The Civilizing Process: Sociogenetic and Psychogenetic Investigations . Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell Publishers.
Evans, B. 2006. "Gluttony or sloth": critical geographies of bodies and morality in (anti)obesity policy. Area., 38(3), pp. 259-267.
Fadlon, J. 2004. Meridians, Chakras and Psycho-Neuro-Immunology: The Dematerializing Body and the Domestication of Alternative Medicine. Body & society., 10 (4), pp. 69–86.
Flegal, KM, Graubard, BI, Williamson, DF and Gail, MH .2005. Excess deaths associated with underweight, overweight and obesity. Journal of the American Medical Association. , 291, pp. 1238-1245.
Foucault, M. 2003. The Birth of the Clinic: An Archaeology of Medical Perception . London: Routledge.
Foucault, M. 2006. History of Madness. London: Routledge.
Frank, R. 2002. Integrating homeopathy and biomedicine: medical practice and knowledge production among German homeopathic physicians, Sociology of health and illness 24 (6), pp. 796–819.
Freund, P .E.S. and McGuire, M.B. 2002. Health, Illness and the Social Body. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Gerhardt, U. 1989. Ideas about illness : an intellectual and political history of medical sociology. Basingstoke: Macmillan.
Giddens, A. 1991. Modernity and Self-Identity: self and society in the late modern age Cambridge: Polity Press.
Goffman, E.1990. Stigma: Notes on the Management of Spoiled identity . Harmondsworth: Penguin.
Goffman, E. 1990. The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life. London: Penguin.
Gordon, D. et al. 2000. Poverty and social exclusion in Britain . York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Graham, H and Oakley, A. 1981. Competing ideologies of reproduction: medical and maternal perspectives on pregnancy. In Roberts, H.(ed.) Women, health and reproduction. London: Routledge & Kegan, Paul. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
Gremillion, H. 1992. Psychiatry as social ordering: Anorexia nervosa, a paradigm. Social science & medicine. , 35(1), pp.57-71.
Halfmann, D. 2012. Recognizing medicalization and demedicalization: Discourses, practices, and identities. Health. , 16, p. 186
Handwerker, L. 2002. The Politics of Making Modern Babies in China: Reproductive Technologies and the "New" Eugenics. In: Inhorn, M. & van Balen, F. (eds.) Infertility around the globe : new thinking on childlessness, gender, and reproductive technologies. London: University of California Press, Ch.16, pp. 298-314. EBook available
Healy, K. 2006. Last best gifts : altruism and the market for human blood and organs Chicago: University Chicago Press.
Horwitz, A. V. 2002. Creating mental illness. Chicago : University of Chicago Press.
House of Commons Health Committee. 2004. Obesity . London, House of Commons.
Hughes, K.A. 2007. CAM and the meaning of nursing care. In: Adams, J. and Tovey, P. eds. Complementary and alternative medicine in nursing and midwifery : towards a critical social science . London: Routledge. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
Hughes, K.A. 2004. 'Health as individual responsibility: possibilities and personal struggle'. In: Tovey, P. et al. eds. The Mainstreaming of Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Studies in Social Context, London: Routledge EBook available.
Huber, M. 2011.How should we define health. British medical journal.; 343:d4163 Accessed on: 3rd September 2013. Available online at: http://www.bmj.com/content/343/bmj.d4163.full#ref-9
Hynes, H. P. 2004. On the battlefield of women's bodies: An overview of the harm of war to women. Women's studies international forum. , 27, pp. 431-445.
Ingleby, D. 2012. Ethnicity, migration and the ‘social determinants of health’ agenda Psychosocial Intervention. 21(3), pp. 331-341. Available online
Inhorn, M. 2003 Local babies, global science : gender, religion, and in vitro fertilization in Egypt New York: Routledge.
Isin, E. 2004. The Neurotic Citizen. Citizenship studies. , 8(3), pp.217-235.
Karlsen, S., and Nazroo, J. Y. 2002. Agency and structure: the impact of ethnic identity and racism on the health of ethnic minority people. Sociology of health and illness, 24(1), pp.1-20.
Kassenbaum, G. and Baumann, B. 1965. Dimensions of the sick role in chronic illness, Journal of health and social behavior. , 6, pp. 16-27.
Kelly, MP, Field, M. 2004. Medical sociology, chronic illness and the body. In Bury, M. and Gabe, J. 2004. The sociology of health and illness : a reader. London: Routledge, pp. 256-265. EBook available
Kivits, J. 2009. Everyday health and the internet: a mediated health perspective on health information seeking, Sociology of health and illness 31(5),pp. 673–687.
Kubler-Ross E. 1989. On Death and Dying. London: Routledge.
Jackson, S., and Scambler, G. 2007. Perceptions of evidence-based medicine: traditional acupuncturists in the UK and resistance to biomedical modes of evaluation Sociology of health and illness, 29 (3), pp. 412–429.
Jutel, A. 2006. The emergence of overweight as a disease entity: measuring up normality. Social science & medicine. , 63, pp. 2268-2276.
Levine, S., and Kozloff, M. A. 1978. The sick role: assessment and overview. Annual review of sociology., 4, pp. 317-343.
Lohan, M. 2007. How might we understand men's health better? Integrating explanations from critical studies on men and inequalities in health. Social science & medicine. , 65, pp. 493-504.
Lupton, D. 1995. The imperative of health : public health and the regulated body. London: SAGE.
Lupton, D. 2003. Medicine as Culture. London: SAGE.
Marmot, M. et al. 2008. Commission on Social Determinants of Health - final report. Geneva: World Health Organisation at http://www.who.int/social_determinants/thecommission/finalreport/en/index.html.
Mellor, P.A. and Shilling, C. 1993. Modernity, Self-Identity and the Sequestration of Death. Sociology. , 27(3), pp. 411-431.
Monaghan, L. F. 2007. Body Mass Index, masculinities and moral worth: men's critical understandings of "appropriate" weight-for-height. Sociology of health and illness, 29(4), pp. 584-609.
Murray, S. 2008. The 'fat' female body, Houndmills: Palgrave.
NAO. 2001. Tackling obesity in England . London, National Audit Office: 66.
Nazroo, J. Y. 1998. Genetic, cultural or socio‐economic vulnerability? Explaining ethnic inequalities in health. Sociology of health and illness, 20 (5), pp. 710-730.
Nettleton, S. 2013. The Sociology of Health and Illness . Cambridge: Polity.
Oliver, J.E. 2006. Fat politics : the real story behind America's obesity epidemic. New York: Oxford University Press.
Oudshoorn, N. 2004. ‘Astronauts in the sperm wars’: the renegotiation of masculine identities in discourses on male contraceptives. Men and masculinities. , 6 (4), pp. 349-367.
Pantii, M. and Sumiala, J. 2009. 'Till death do us join: media, mourning rituals and the sacred centre of the society’ Media, culture & society. , 31(1), pp. 119-135.
Parsons, T. 1951. The Social System. New York: The Free Press. [Chapter 10]
Parsons, T. 1958. Definitions of health and illness in the light of American values and social structure, in Jaco, E. (ed.) Patients, Physicians and Illness: a sourcebook. Glencoe, Ill.,: Free Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
Paterson, C. and Britten, N. 1999. ‘Doctors can’t help much’: the search for an alternative. The British journal of general practice.; 49, pp. 626–629.
Payne, S. 2006. The health of men and women . Cambridge: Polity.
Perz, H. and Ussher, J. M. 2008. ‘The horror of this living decay’: Women's negotiation and resistance of medical discourses around menopause and midlife. Women's studies international forum. , 31, pp. 293-299
Petersen, A. and Bunton, R. 1997. Foucault, health and medicine . London: Routledge.
Petersen, A. and D. Lupton. 2000. The new public health : health and self in the age of risk. London: SAGE.
Porter, D. 1999. Health, civilization, and the state : a history of public health from ancient to modern times . London: Routledge.
Porter, R. 2001. Bodies politic : disease, death, and doctors in Britain, 1650-1900 . Itacha, NY: Cornell University Press.
Ram, K. 1998. Na shariram nadhi, My body is mine: The urban women’s health movement in India and its negotiation of modernity. Women's studies international forum., 21, pp. 617-631.
Rich, E. and Evans, J. 2005. "Fat ethics" - the obesity discourse and body politics. Social Theory and Health, 3, pp. 341-358.
Rich, E, Monaghan, L and Aphramor, L (eds). 2010. Debating obesity : critical perspectives. London: Routledge.
Rossner, S. 2002. Obesity: the disease of the twenty-first century. International journal of obesity. 26 (Supplement 4), pp. S2-4.
Roberts, D. 1999. Killing the black body : race, reproduction, and the meaning of liberty . New York: Vintage.
Rogers, A., and Pilgrim, D. 2010. A Sociology of Mental Health and Illness . McGraw-Hill International.
Rose, N. 1999. Governing the Soul: The Shaping of the Private Self . London: Free Association Books.
Rose, N. 2007. Politics of life itself : biomedicine, power and subjectivity in the twenty-first century Princeton University Press.Ross, B. 2005. Fat or fiction: weighing the ‘obesity epidemic’. Ch. 5 in Gard, M. and J. Wright. 2005. The obesity epidemic : science, morality and ideology . London, Routledge. Available online
Saks, M. 2003. Orthodox and alternative medicine : politics, professionalization and health care . London: Sage.
Scambler, G. (ed.) 2008. Sociology as Applied to Medicine. London: Saunders.
Scambler, G. and Higgs, P. 1998. Modernity, medicine, and health : medical sociology towards 2000 . London: Routledge.
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Schwartz, H. 1986. Never satisfied : a cultural history of diets, fantasies, and fat . New York: The Free Press.
Seale, C. 1998. Constructing death : the sociology of dying and bereavement. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Seale, C. 2000. Changing patterns of death and dying. Social science & medicine. 51(6), pp. 917-930.
Sharma, U. 1992. Complementary medicine today: practitioners and patients . London: Routledge.
Sharp, L. A. 2000. The commodification of the body and its parts. Annual review of anthropology., pp. 287-328.
Sharp, L. A. 2001. Commodified kin: Death, mourning, and competing claims on the bodies of organ donors in the United States. American anthropologist., 103, pp. 112–133.
Shaw, I., and Woodward, L. 2004. The medicalization of unhappiness? The management of mental distress in primary care. In: K. Kauppinen & I. Shaw, Constructions of health and illness: European perspectives (Ashgate, 2004) , pp. 116-18. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
Shilling, C. 2002. Culture, the ‘sick role’ and the consumption of health. The British journal of sociology., 53(4), pp. 621-638.
Shorter, E. 1997. A History of Psychiatry: From the Era of the Asylum to the Age of Prozac. New York: John Wiley and Sons.
Smaje, C. 1996. The ethnic patterning of health: new directions for theory and research. Sociology of health and illness. 18(2), pp. 139-171.
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Throsby, K. 2012. Obesity surgery and the managment of excess: exploring the body multiple. Sociology of health and illness 34(1), pp. 1-15.
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Tovey, P., and Adams, J. 2003. Nostalgic and nostophobic referencing and the authentication of nurses’ use of complementary therapies, Social science & medicine., 56, pp. 1469–1480.
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Williams, G. 1983. The Genesis of Chronic Illness: Narrative Reconstruction, Sociology of health and illness, 6(2), pp.175-200.
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