Emma Saunders, Flowers, interaction and emotion
Tania Simas, Legal and ethical issues in the assessment of psychopathy in the Portuguese criminal justice system
Kenisha Russell-Johnson, Quantifying the effects of the neighbourhood environment on health (co-supervisor: Neli Demireva)
Chan Chi Wai, The relationship between mental health and social capital among middle-aged men in Hong Kong
Yi-Fan Wang, A Study of the Social Causes of Over-Medication in China
Completed students 2010 onwards
Sarah Coombs, 'We're ok with death': Young people discuss the end of life
Daniel Holman, Social class and the use of talking treatments for common mental health problems in Britain
Elizabeth Szewczuk, Age-related infertility: a tale of two technologies
Emma Weddell, Shame and the lived body: a qualitative exploration of recovery from bulimia nervosa
Emma West, Alopecia areata: experiences of living with a potentially stigmatising illness
Course coordinator and lecturer, SC111: The Sociological Imagination
Course coordinator and lecturer, SC326: Psychiatry and Mental Illness
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Busfield J (2011) Mental Illness, London: Polity.
Articles since 2005
(2005), ‘The globalization of the pharmaceutical industry’ in K. Lee and Collin (eds), Global Change and Health, Open University Press. 95-110.
(2005) ‘The evidence context in mental health research’, in M Slade and S Priebe (eds) Choosing Methods in Mental Health Research, London: Routledge, 213-22.
(2006) ‘Pills, power and people: sociological understandings of the pharmaceutical industry’ Sociology, 46: 297-314.
(2006) ‘Mental disorder and human rights’, in L. Morris (ed) Rights: A Sociological Perspective. London: Routledge.
(2007) ‘Sociological understandings of the pharmaceutical industry: a response to John Abraham’, Sociology, 41: 737-9.
(2010), ‘Gender and mental health’, in E Kuhlmann and E Annandale (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Health Care, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 172-88.
(2010) ‘”A pill for every ill”: Explaining the expansion in medicine use’, Social Science and Medicine, 70: 934-41.
(2012) ‘Challenging claims that mental illness is increasing and mental well-being declining’ Social Science and Medicine,75: 581-88.
(2013) ‘The pharmaceutical industry and mental disorder’ in S. Coles, S. Keenan and B. Diamond (eds) Madness Contested, Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.
(2014) ‘Transforming misery into sickness: the genealogy of depression in the DSM’, in J. Moncrieff, M Rapley and E Speed (eds) Demedicalizing Misery II, London Palgrave, 154-73.
(2014) 'Gender and Mental Illness' in W. Cockerham, R. Dingwall and S. Quah (eds) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopaedia for Health, Illness, Behaviour and Society, 2014.
(2015) ‘Assessing the Overuse of Medicines’ Social Science and Medicine, 131:199-206.
(2015) ‘Globalisation and the pharmaceutical industry’, in J. Hanefeld (ed) Globalization and Health, 2nd edition, Maidenhead: Open University Press.
(2015) ‘Mental health policy and governance’ in E. Kuhlmann, RH. Blank, IL Bourgeault, and C Wendt (eds) The Palgrave International Handbook of Healthcare Policy and Governance, forthcoming.