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Number of items: 22.

2016

Carter, Simon (2016). Scientists (mis)understanding the public(s), again! Cost of Living Blog. file

Henderson, Lesley and Carter, Simon (2016). Doctors in space (ships): biomedical uncertainties and medical authority in imagined futures. Medical Humanities (early access). file

2015

Carter, Simon (2015). Watching the Detectives: Epigenetics and Ethics. Cost of Living Blog.

Carter, Simon (2015). Public Health and Behaviour Change: from naïve sociology to naïve psychology. Cost of Living Blog.

Carter, Simon (2015). We are all Dr Strangelove now. Cost of Living Blog, UK.

2014

Carter, Simon (2014). Abandoned but not forgotten: hospitals, decay and urban exploration. Cost of Living Blog.

Carter, Simon (2014). Lazing on a sunny afternoon? A historical perspective on risk and sunlight. Cost of Living Blog.

Carter, Simon (2014). ‘BREAKING BAD’: markets, healthcare and drug money. Cost of Living Blog.

2013

Carter, Simon; Green, Judith and Thorogood, Nicki (2013). The domestication of an everyday health technology: a case study of electric toothbrushes. Social Theory and Health, 11 pp. 344–367. file

Hinchliffe, Steve; Allen, John; Lavau, Stephanie; Bingham, Nick and Carter, Simon (2013). Biosecurity and the topologies of infected life: from borderlines to borderlands. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 38(4) pp. 531–543. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2012

Carter, Simon (2012). Leagues of sunshine: sunlight, health and the environment. In: Gorsky, Martin and Berridge, Virgina eds. Environment Health and History. London: Palgrave, pp. 94–112. file

Carter, Simon (2012). The medicalization of sunlight in the early twentieth century. Journal of Historical Sociology, 25(1) pp. 83–105. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2009

Carter, Simon (2009). Michael Marmot: facts, opinions and affairs du coeur. International Journal of Epidemiology, 38(4) pp. 914–916. file

2008

McFall, Liz; Du Gay, Paul and Carter, Simon eds. (2008). Conduct: Sociology and social worlds. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Carter, Simon; Jordan, Tim and Watson, Sophie eds. (2008). Security: Sociology and social worlds. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Carter, Simon and Davey Smith, George (2008). Health and security. In: Carter, Simon; Jordan, Timothy and Watson, Sophie eds. Security: Sociology and social worlds. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, pp. 145–178.

2007

Carter, Simon (2007). Rise and Shine: Sunlight, Technology and Health. Oxford, UK: Berg Publishers Ltd.

2004

Raine, Rosalind; Carter, Simon; Sensky, Tom and Black, Nick (2004). General practitioners' perceptions of chronic fatigue syndrome and beliefs about its management, compared with irritable bowel syndrome: qualitative study. British Medical Journal, 328 pp. 1354–1357. file

Raine, Rosalind; Sanderson, Colin; Hutchings, Andrew; Carter, Simon; Larkin, Kirsten and Black, Nick (2004). An experimental study of determinants of group judgments in clinical guideline development. The Lancet, 364(9432) pp. 429–437.

2003

Carter, Simon and Michael, Mike (2003). Here comes the sun: shedding light on the cultural body. In: Thomas, Helen and Ahmed, Jamilah eds. Cultural bodies: ethnography and theory. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, pp. 260–282.

Carter, Simon and Michael, Mike (2003). Signifying across time and space: a case study of biomedical educational texts. Sociology of Health and Illness, 25(2) pp. 232–259.

2001

Michael, Mike and Carter, Simon (2001). The facts about fictions and vice versa: public understanding of human genetics. Science as Culture, 10(1) pp. 5–32.

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