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Blackburn, M.; Earle, S. and Komaromy, C. (2015). Relationships and sexuality in young adults with life-limiting conditions in England. In: Archives of Disease in Childhood, 100(Suppl3), article no. A89.

Blackburn, M. C.; Earle, S. and Komaromy, C. (2014). Sexuality, relationships and reproductive choices of young adults 16+ with life-limiting conditions in the UK: Choice or taboo? In: 2nd Congress on Paediatric Palliative Care - A global gathering, 19-21 Nov 2014, Rome, Omics Group.

Blackburn, Maddie; Earle, Sarah and Komaromy, Carol (2014). The sexuality of life-limited young(er) people in the UK. In: The 1st ICPCN Conference Mumbai, 2014, 10-12 Feb 2014, Mumbai, India.

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Church, Sarah and Earle, Sarah (2006). Approaches to sociology within midwifery education. British Journal of Midwifery, 14(6) pp. 342–345.

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Denny, Elaine and Earle, Sarah (2009). Chronic illness, disability and the politics of health. In: Denny, Elaine and Earle, Sarah eds. The Sociology of Long Term Conditions and Nursing Practice. Sociology and nursing practice series. UK: Palgrave, pp. 7–28.

Dorrell, Judith; Earle, Sarah; Katz, Jeanne and Reveley, Shirley (2008). Growing up with HIV: The experiences of young people living with HIV since birth in the UK. In: Earle, Sarah; Komaromy, Carol and Bartholomew, Caroline eds. Death and Dying: A Reader. Published in association with The Open University. UK: Sage, pp. 237–244.

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Earle, Sarah; Chapman, Rohhss; Ledger, Sue; Townson, Lou and Walmsley, Jan (2015). Contraceptive choices for women with learning disabilities. The Open University, Milton Keynes.

Earle, Sarah and Church, Sarah (2015). Sociology: What is it good for? In: Deery, Ruth; Denny, Elaine and Letherby, Gayle eds. Sociology for Midwives. Cambridge: Polity Press, pp. 7–21.

Earle, Sarah (2014). A life-course approach to human reproduction. Human Fertility, 17(3) pp. 151–153.

Earle, Sarah and Lloyd, Cathy (2012). Diabetes and the pregnancy paradox: the loss of expectations and reproductive futures. In: Earle, Sarah; Komaromy, Carol and Layne, Linda L. eds. Understanding Reproductive Loss: Perspectives on life, death and fertility. Farnham: Ashgate, (In press).

Earle, Sarah; Tilley, Elizabeth and Walmsley, Jan (2012). Who makes crucial decisions on reproduction and contraception? Learning Disability Practice, 15(8) pp. 34–35.

Earle, Sarah (2009). Obesity: a long term condition? In: Denny, Elaine and Earle, Sarah eds. The Sociology of Long Term Conditions and Nursing Practice. Sociology and nursing practice series. UK: Palgrave, pp. 228–245.

Earle, Sarah and Sharp, Keith (2008). Intimacy, pleasure and the men who pay for sex. In: Letherby, Gayle; Williams, Kate; Birch, Philip and Cain, Maureen eds. Sex as Crime? Willan.

Earle, Sarah and Sharp, Keith (2008). Sex on the net: online relations between the men who pay for sex. In: Holland, Samantha ed. Remote Relationships in a Small World. Digital Formations (41). Oxford, UK: Peter Lang Publishing.

Earle, Sarah and Letherby, Gayle (2008). Thinking sociologically about health and health care. In: Earle, Sarah and Letherby, Gayle eds. The sociology of healthcare: A reader for health professionals. UK: Palgrave.

Earle, Sarah; Komaromy, Carol; Foley, Pam and Lloyd, Cathy E. (2008). Understanding reproductive loss: The moment of death. In: Earle, Sarah; Komaromy, Carol and Bartholomew, Caroline eds. Death and Dying: A Reader. Published in association with The Open University. UK: Sage.

Earle, Sarah and Letherby, Gayle (2007). Conceiving time?: women who do or do not conceive. Sociology of Health and Illness, 29(2) pp. 233–250.

Earle, Sarah and Sharp, Keith (2007). Sex in Cyberspace: Men who pay for sex. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Earle, Sarah and Sharp, Keith (2007). In defence of a woman's right to choose: abortion, disability and feminist politics. In: Douglas, Jenny; Earle, Sarah; Handsley, Stephen; Lloyd, Cathy E. and Spurr, Sue eds. A Reader in Promoting Public Health: Challenge and Controversy. London: Sage, pp. 82–87.

Earle, Sarah and Sharp, Keith (2006). Dirty whores and invisible men: sex work and the public health. In: Douglas, Jenny; Earle, Sarah; Handsley, Stephen; Lloyd, Cathy E. and Spurr, Sue eds. A Reader in Promoting Public Health: Challenge and Controversy. UK: Sage, pp. 95–102.

Earle, Sarah; Foley, Pam; Handsley, Stephen and Komaromy, Carol (2006). Making room for reproductive loss in medical sociology. In: BSA Medical Sociology Group Conference, Sep 2006, Edinburgh.

Earle, Sarah (2005). What is health? In: Denny, Elaine and Earle, Sarah eds. Sociology for Nurses. Cambridge, UK: Polity.

Earle, Sarah and Church, Sarah (2004). Disability and Reproduction. Practising Midwife, 7(8) pp. 32–34.

Earle, Sarah and Church, Sarah (2004). Ethnicity and Reproduction. Practising Midwife, 7(6) pp. 34–37.

Earle, Sarah and Church, Sarah (2004). Sexuality and Reproduction. Practising Midwife, 7(4) pp. 28–30.

Earle, Sarah and Church, Sarah (2004). Reproduction and Social Class. Practising Midwife, 7(2) pp. 24–26.

Earle, Sarah (2003). Is breast best?: breastfeeding, motherhood and identity. In: Earle, Sarah and Letherby, Gayle eds. Gender, identity and reproduction: social perspectives. London: Palgrave, pp. 135–150.

Earle, Sarah (2003). Disability and stigma: an unequal life. Speech & Language Therapy in Practice pp. 21–22.

Earle, Sarah (2003). 'Bumps and boobs': fatness and women's experiences of pregnancy. Women's Studies International Forum, 26(3) pp. 245–252.

Earle, Sarah and Letherby, Gayle (2002). Whose choice is it anyway?: Decision making, control and conception. Human Fertility, 5(2) pp. 39–41.

Earle, S. (2001). Disability, facilitated sex and the role of the nurse. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 36(3) pp. 433–440.

Earle, Sarah (2001). Teaching Sociology within the Speech and Language Therapy Curriculum. Education for Health: Change in Training and Practice, 14(3) pp. 383–391.

Earle, Sarah; Williams, Sarah and Adams, Mike (2000). Making higher education more accessible: The development of a dyslexia information pack. Journal of Access and Credit Studies, 2(1) pp. 45–57.

Earle, Sarah and Sharp, Keith (2000). Assessment, disability and the problem of compensation. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 25(2) pp. 191–199.

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French, Rebecca S.; Shawe, Jill; Tilouche, Nerissa; Earle, Sarah and Grenfell, Pippa (2021). (Not) talking about fertility: the role of digital technologies and health services in helping plan pregnancy. A qualitative study. BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health (Early Access).

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Heller, Tom; Beaumont, Kythé; Earle, Sarah; Douglas, Jenny and Jones, Linda (2007). Addressing poverty and health. In: Lloyd, Cathy E.; Handsley, Stephen; Douglas, Jenny; Earle, Sarah and Spurr, Sue eds. Policy and Pactice in Promoting Public Health. London: Sage Publications, in association with The Open University, pp. 155–185.

Horne, Jane; Corr, Susan and Earle, Sarah (2005). Becoming a mother: a study exploring occupational change in first-time motherhood. Journal of Occupational Science, 12(3) pp. 176–183.

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Komaromy, C.; Earle, S.; Foley, P. and Lloyd, C. (2007). Reproductive loss and the moment of death. Practising Midwife

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Lloyd, Cathy and Earle, Sarah (2011). Diabetes and pregnancy: service-users' perspectives on services and on research. In: Lloyd, Cathy and Heller, Tom eds. Long Term Conditions: Challenges in Health and Social Care Practice. London: SAGE.

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Marston, Hannah; Ivan, Loredana; Fernández-Ardèvol, Mireia; Rosales Climent, Andrea; Gómez-León, Madlin; Blanche, Daniel; Earle, Sarah; Ko, Pei-Chun; Colas, Sophie; Bilir, Burcu; Öztürk Çalıkoğlu, Halime; Arslan, Hasan; Kanozia, Rubal; Kriebernegg, Ulla; Großschädl, Franziska; Reer, Felix; Quandt, Thorsten; Sandra C, Buttigieg; Paula, Alexandra Silva; Vera, Gallistl and Rebekka, Rohner (2020). COVID-19: Technology, Social Connections, Loneliness & Leisure Activities: An International Study Protocol. Frontiers in Sociology, 5, article no. 574811.

Marston, Hannah; Niles-Yokum, Kelly; Earle, Sarah; Gomez, Barbara and Lee, David (2020). OK Cupid, Stop Bumbling around and Match Me Tinder: Using Dating Apps Across the Life Course. Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, 6 (Early access).

Mitchell, Ann; Denny, Elaine and Earle, Sarah (2009). Social perspectives on depression. In: Denny, Elaine and Earle, Sarah eds. The Sociology of Long Term Conditions and Nursing Practice. Sociology and nursing practice series. UK: Palgrave, pp. 209–227.

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Sharp, Keith and Earle, Sarah (2003). Cyberpunters and cyberwhores: prostitution on the internet. In: Jewkes, Yvonne ed. Dot.cons: Crime, deviance and identity on the internet. Cullompton, UK: Willan, pp. 36–52.

Sharp, Keith and Earle, Sarah (2002). Feminism, Abortion and Disability: irreconcilable differences? Disability and Society, 17(2) pp. 137–145.

Sharp, Keith and Earle, Sarah (2000). Disability and assessment in the UK: Should we compensate disabled students? Teaching in Higher Education, 5(4) pp. 541–545.

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Tilley, Elizabeth; Earle, Sarah and Walmsley, Jan (2012). International perspectives on the sterilization of women with intellectual disabilities. In: Earle, Sarah; Komaromy, Carol and Layne, Linda L. eds. Understanding Reproductive Loss: Perspectives on life, death and fertility. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 23–36.

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Walmsley, Jan; Earle, Sarah; Tilley, Elizabeth; Ledger, Susan; Chapman, Rohss and Townson, Lou (2016). The experiences of women with learning disabilities on contraception choice. Primary Health Care, 26(9) pp. 28–32.

Walmsley, Jan; Earle, Sarah; Tilley, Elizabeth; Chapman, Rohhss; Ledger, Susan and Townson, Lou (2016). Contraceptive choices for women with learning disabilities. Learning Disability Practice, 19(2) pp. 32–34.

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