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SLSP2060 - Module Reading List

Sociology of Health and Illness, 2014/15, Semester 1
Dr Ana Manzano
a.manzano@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

- Acheson, D. 1998. Independent Inquiry into Inequalities in Health. London: The Stationary 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.

- 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.

- 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 & Illness, 18, pp. 17-44.

- Armstrong, D. 1980.Madness and coping. Sociology of Health and Illness, 3(2), pp. 293-316.

- Armstrong, D. 1995. The rise of surveillance medicine. Sociology of Health and Illness 17(3) 393-404.

- Barr, H.L. et al. 2011. Association between socioeconomic status, sex, and age at death from cystic fibrosis in England and Wales (1959 to 2008): cross sectional study. British Medical Journal, 343

- 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.

- 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.

- Bollini, P., and Siem, H. 1995. No real progress towards equity: health of migrants and ethnic minorities on the eve of the year 2000. Social Science & Medicine, 41(6), pp. 819-828.

- Bradby, H. 2012. Medicine, Health and Society. London: Sage.

- Braun, B. 2007. Biopolitics and the molecularization of life. Cultural Geographies, 14(1), pp. 6-28.

- 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

- Bury, M. 1982. Chronic illness as biographical disruption. Sociology of Health & 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 & 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 & 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. 1999. A mirage of genes, Sociology of Health and Illness, 21(2), pp. 228-39.

- Conrad, P. 2007. The Medicalization of Society: On the Transformation of Human Conditions into Treatable Disorders. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press .

- 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.

- 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 & 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.

- Edwards, J., Franklin, s., Hirsh, E., Price, F. and Strathearn, M. (eds) 1999 Technologies of Procreation: Kinship in the Age of Assisted Conception (2nd ed ) . London: Routledge.

- 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. JAMA, 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 & Illness. 24 (6), pp. 796–819.

- Franklin, S. 1997. Embodied Progress: A Cultural Account of Assisted Conception. London: Routledge

- Franklin, S. 1995. Postmodern procreation: A cultural account of assisted reproduction. pp. 323-345 in Faye D. Ginsberg and Rayna Rapp (Eds.) Conceiving the New World Order: The Global Stratification of Reproduction. Berkeley: University of California Press.

- Freund, P .E.S. and McGuire, M.B. 2002. Health, Illness and the Social Body. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

- Gard, M. and Wright, J Eds. The Obesity Epidemic: Science, Morality and Ideology. London, Rouletge

- 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 Later Modern Age Cambridge: Polity Press.

- Goffman, E.1990. Stigma: Notes on the Management of Spoiled. 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 & Reproduction. London: Routledge & Kegan, Paul.

- Gremillion, H. 1992. Psychiatry as social ordering: Anorexia nervosa, a paradigm. Social Science and Medicine, 35(1), pp.57-71.

- Haimes, E. 2004. Expectations in reproduction: Society and the family. Human Fertility, June 2005; 8(2), pp. 81 – 82.

- 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.

- 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.

- 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.

- 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.

- Inhorn, M. 2003 Local Babies, Global Science: Gender, Religion and In Vitro Fertilisation in Egypt. New York: Routledge.

- 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 & Illness, 24(1), pp.1-20.

- Kassenbaum, G. and Baumann, B. 1965. Dimensions of the sick role in chronic illnes, Journal of Health and Social Behaviour, 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.

- Kerr, A. 2004. Genetics and Society: A Sociology of Disease. London: Routledge. [Chapter 2 'Past', Chapter 4, 'Reproduction', Chapter 5, 'Patients'].

- Kerr, A. and Shakespeare, T. 2002. Genetic Politics: From Eugenics to Genome. New Clarion Press: Cheltenham.

- 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 & Illness, 29 (3), pp. 412–429.

- Jutel, A. 2006. The emergence of overweight as a disease entity: measuring up normality. Social Science and Medicine, 63, pp. 2268-2276.

- Leahey, T. H. 1991. A History of Modern Psychology. London: Prentice Hall.

- 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.

- Luff, D. and Thomas, K. J. 2000. Getting somewhere’, feeling cared for: patients’ perspectives on complementary therapies in the NHS, Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 8, pp. 253–259.

- Lupton, D. 1995. The Imperative of Health: Public Health and the Regulated Body. London: SAGE.

- Lupton, D. 2003. Medicine as Culture. London: SAGE.

- Manzano, A., and Pawson, R. 2014. Evaluating deceased organ donation: A programme theory approach. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 28(3), pp 366-385.

- 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.

- Monaghan, L. F. 2008. Men and the War on Obesity: A Sociological Study. London: Routledge.

- 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 & Illness20 (5), pp. 710-730.

- Nelkin, D. and Lindee, S. 1995. The DNA Mystique: The Gene as Cultural Icon. New York: W H Freeman Press.

- Novas, C. 2006. The political economy of hope: patients' organizations, science and biovalue. BioSocieties, 1(3),p. 289.

- Novas C. and Rose, N.2000. Genetic risk and the birth of the somatic individual Economy and Society, 29 (4), pp. 485-513.

- Nettleton, S. 2013. The Sociology of Health and Illness. Cambridge: Polity.

- Norman, P., Boyle, P., and Rees, P. 2005. Selective migration, health and deprivation: a longitudinal analysis. Social Science & Medicine, 60(12), pp. 2755-2771.

- Nygren-Krug, H. 2004. International Migration, Health and Human Rights. World Health Organization. http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/42793/1/9241562536.pdf

- 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 and Society, 31(1), pp. 119-135.

- Parsons, T. 1975. The sick role and the role of the physician reconsidered, Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly, 53, pp. 257-78.

- Paterson, C. and Britten, N. 1999. ‘Doctors can’t help much’: the search for an alternative. British Journal of General Practice; 49, pp. 626–629.

- Paul, D. 1998. Controlling Human Heredity: 1865 to the Present. New York: Humanity Books.

- 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. 2001. Biofantasies: genetic medicine in the print news media. Social Science and Medicine, 52 (8), pp. 1255-68.

- Petersen A. 2007. Is the new genetics eugenic? Interpreting the past, envisioning the future, New Formations, 60, pp79-88.

- Petersen, A. and Bunton, R. 1997. Foucault, Health and Medicine. London: Routledge.

- Petersen, A. and Bunton, R. 2001. The New Genetics and the Public’s Health. London: Routledge

- Petersen, A. and D. Lupton. 2000. The New Public Health: Health and Self in the Age of Risk. London: SAGE.

- Pilnick, A. 2002. Genetics and Society. An Introduction. Buckingham: Open University Press.

- 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.

- Potrata, B., McKibbin, M., Lim, J. N., & Hewison, J. 2013. “To perpetuate blindness!”: Attitudes of UK patients with inherited retinal disease towards genetic testing. Journal of Community Genetics, 1-8

- 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.

- Rapp, R. 1999. Testing Women Testing the Fetus: The Social Impact of Amniocentesis in America. New York: Routledge.

- 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.

- Rose, N. 2001. The Politics of Life Itself. Theory, Culture and Society 18 (6), pp. 1-30.

- 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 2006. Politics of Life Itself: Biomedicine, Power and Subjectivity in the Twenty-First Century, Oxford: Princeton University Press.

- Rose, N. 2007. The Politics of Life Itself: Biomedicine, Power, and Subjectivity in the Twenty-First Century. Princeton University Press.

- Rose, N. 2013. Personalized Medicine: Promises, Problems and Perils of a New Paradigm for Healthcare. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 77, pp. 341-352

- 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.

- 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.

- Schaler, J.A. (ed.). 2004. Szasz Under Fire: The Psychiatric Abolitionist Faces his Critics. Chicago : Open Court.

- Scheff, T. J. 1966. Being Mentally Ill. A Sociological Theory. London : Aldine Pub. Co.

- 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 and 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. Constructions of health and illness: European perspectives, pp. 116-18.

- 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 & Illness. 18(2), pp. 139-171.

- Steiner, P. and Jacobs, A. 2008. Organ donation: An analytical typology, Revue Française de Sociologie, 49, Supplement: An Annual English Selection. pp. 125-152.

- Stewart, D. and Sullivan, T.1982. Illness behaviour and the sick ole in chronic illness -the case of multiple sclerosis, Social Science and Medicine, 16(15), pp. 1397-1404.

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- Throsby, K. 2007. "How could you let yourself get like that?": Stories of the origins of obesity in accounts of weight loss surgery. Social Science and Medicine, 65, pp. 1561-1571.

- Throsby, K. 2012. Obesity surgery and the managment of excess: exploring the body multiple. Sociology of Health and Ilness 34(1), pp. 1-15.

- Toews, J. E. 1991. Historicizing Psychoanalysis: Freud in His Time and for Our Time. Journal of Modern History, 63(3), pp.504-545.

- 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.

- Tovey, P. et al. 2003. The Mainstreaming of Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Studies in Social Context. London: Routledge.

- Turner, B.S. 1995. Medical Power and Social Knowledge, London: SAGE [ Chapter.3]

- Twaddle, A.C. 1969. Health decisions and sick role variations, Journal of Health and Social Behaviour, 10, pp.105-115.

- Walter, T. 1991. Modern Death: Taboo or not Taboo? Sociology, 25(2)

- Warfa, N., Bhui, K., Craig, T., Curtis, S., Mohamud, S., Stansfeld, S., ... and Thornicroft, G. 2006. Post-migration geographical mobility, mental health and health service utilisation among Somali refugees in the UK: a qualitative study. Health & Place, 12(4), pp. 503-515.

- Van Dijck, J. 1998. Imagination: Popular Images of Genetics. London: Macmillan.

- Waldby, C. 2002. Stem cells, tissue culture and the production of biovalue. Health, 6, pp. 301-23.

- Warin, M., K. Turner, et al. 2008. Bodies, mothers and identities: rethinking obesity and the BMI. Sociology of Health and Illness, 30(1), pp. 97-111.

- Watson, J. 2000. Male Bodies: Health, Culture and Identity. Buckingham: Open University Press.

- White, K. 2009. An Introduction to the Sociology of Health and Illness.

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- Whitehead, D. 2000. Naturalistic vs reductionistic approaches to health-related practice: opposing dichotomy or symbiotic partnership? Complementary Therapies in Nursing & Midwifery, 6, pp. 149-154.

- Wiener, C. 1975. The burden of rheumatoid arthritis: tolerating the uncertainty, Social Science and Medicine, 9(2), pp.97-104.

- Wilkinson, R. And Pickett, K. 2009. The Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies almost Always Do Better. London: Allen Lane

 Williams, G. 1983. The Genesis of Chronic Illness: Narrative Reconstruction, Sociology of Health and Illness, 6(2), pp.175-200.

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This list was last updated on 29/09/2014