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Brown, A. R. and Griffin, C., 2014. 'A cockroach preserved in amber' : The significance of class in critics' representations of heavy metal music and its fans. Sociological Review, 62 (4), pp. 719-741.
Gray, D. and Griffin, C., 2014. A journey to citizenship : constructions of citizenship and identity in the British Citizenship Test. British Journal of Social Psychology
Griffin, C., 2014. Significant absences : The luxury of "being less critical". International Journal of Drug Policy, 25 (3), pp. 354-355.
Griffin, C., Szmigin, I., Bengry-Howell, A., Hackley, C. and Mistral, W., 2013. Inhabiting the contradictions : Hypersexual femininity and the culture of intoxication among young women in the UK. Feminism & Psychology, 23 (2), pp. 184-206.
McCreanor, T., Lyons, A., Griffin, C., Goodwin, I., Moewaka Barnes, H. and Hutton, F., 2013. Youth drinking cultures, social networking and alcohol marketing : Implications for public health. Critical Public Health, 23 (1), pp. 110-120.
Hackley, C., Bengry-Howell, A., Griffin, C., Mistral, W., Szmigin, I. and Hackley, R. A., 2013. Young adults and 'binge' drinking : a Bakhtinian analysis. Journal of Marketing Management, 29 (7-8), pp. 933-949.
Griffin, C., 2012. Looking beyond the text : Some reflections on the challenges of engaging with feminist conversation analysis. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 9 (4), pp. 298-302.
Bengry-Howell, A. and Griffin, C., 2012. Negotiating access in ethnographic research with 'hard to reach' young people : Establishing common ground or a process of methodological grooming? International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 15 (5), pp. 403-416.
Morey, Y., Bengry-Howell, A. and Griffin, C., 2012. Public profiles, private parties: exploring the ethical dilemmas posed by digital ethnography in the context of Web 2.0. In: Heath, S. and Walker,, eds. Innovations in youth research. London, U. K.: Palgrave, pp. 195-209.
Riley, S., Griffin, C. and Morey, Y., 2012. The rise of the 'Pleasure Citizen' : how leisure can be a site for alternative forms of political participation. In: Demetriou, K. N., ed. Democracy in transition. Springer.
Szmigin, I., Bengry-Howell, A., Griffin, C., Hackley, C. and Mistral, W., 2011. Social marketing, individual responsibility and the “culture of intoxication”. European Journal of Marketing, 45 (5), pp. 759-779.
Griffin, C. E., 2011. The trouble with class: researching youth, class and culture beyond the 'Birmingham School'. Journal of Youth Studies, 14 (3), pp. 245-259.
Riley, S., Brown, R., Griffin, C. and Morey, Y., 2011. Tribal gatherings: using art to disseminate research on club culture. In: Reavey, P., ed. Visual methods in psychology: using and interpreting images in qualitative research. London: Routledge, pp. 190-204.
Hackley, C., Bengry-Howell, A., Griffin, C., Mistral, W. and Szmigin, I., 2011. Young peoples' binge drinking constituted as a deficit of individual self-control in UK government alcohol policy. In: Candlin, C. N. and Crichton, J., eds. Discources of deficit. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 293-310. (Palgrave Studies in Professional and Organizational Discourse)
Riley, S., Thompson, J. and Griffin, C., 2010. Turn on, tune in, but don't drop out: The impact of neo-liberalism on magic mushroom users' (in)ability to imagine collectivist social worlds. International Journal of Drug Policy, 21 (6), pp. 445-451.
Riley, S. C. E., Griffin, C. and Morey, Y., 2010. The case for 'everyday politics': evaluating neo-tribal theory as a way to understand alternative forms of political participation, using electronic dance music culture as an example. Sociology-the Journal of the British Sociological Association, 44 (2), pp. 345-363.
Bengry-Howell, A. and Griffin, C., 2010. Self-made motormen: The material construction of working-class masculine identities through car modification. In: Houze, R. and Lees-Maffei, G., eds. The Design History Reader. New York: Berg, pp. 374-380.
Riley, S., Morey, Y. and Griffin, C., 2010. The 'pleasure citizen' Analyzing partying as a form of social and political participation. Young, 18 (1), pp. 33-54.
Phoenix, A., Pattman, R., Croghan, R., Griffin, C. and Hunter, J., 2009. Consuming masculinities: Intersections of gender and peer culture in everyday school practices. In: Budde, J. and Mammes, I., eds. Jungenforschung empirisch (Research on Boys: Between School, Male Habitus and Peer Culture - German and International Perspectives). VS Verlag, pp. 149-161.
Griffin, C., Bengry-Howell, A., Hackley, C., Mistral, W. and Szmigin, I., 2009. 'Every time I do it I absolutely annihilate myself': loss of (self-)consciousness and loss of memory in young people's drinking narratives. Sociology-the Journal of the British Sociological Association, 43 (3), pp. 457-476.
Tekola, B., Griffin, C. and Camfield, L., 2009. Using qualitative methods with poor children in urban Ethiopia: Opportunities and challenges. Social Indicators Research, 90 (1), pp. 73-87.
Nash, N., Lewis, A. and Griffin, C., 2009. 'Not in our front garden': Land use conflict, spatial meaning and the politics of naming place. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 20 (1), pp. 44-56.
Griffin, C., Bengry-Howell, A., Hackley, C., Mistral, W. and Szmigin, I. T., 2009. The allure of belonging: young people’s drinking practices and collective identification. In: Wetherell, M., ed. Identity in the 21st century: new trends in changing times. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 213-230. (Identity Studies in the Social Sciences)
Brown, R. A. and Griffin, C., 2009. “A cockroach preserved in amber”: The significance of class in critics’ representations of Heavy Metal music and its fans. In: British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2009: The Challenge of Global Social Enquiry, 2009-04-16, Cardiff City Hall, Cardiff, Wales.
Griffin, C., 2008. Being dead and being there: Research interviews, sharing hand cream and the preference for analysing 'naturally occurring data'. In: Inaugural conference of the BPS section on Qualitative Methods in Psychology, 2008-09-03 - 2008-09-05, University of Leeds, Leeds.
Nairn, A., Griffin, C. and Wicks, P. G., 2008. Children's use of brand symbolism: a consumer culture theory approach. European Journal of Marketing, 42 (5-6), pp. 627-640.
Riley, S., Morey, Y. and Griffin, C., 2008. Ketamine: The divisive dissociative. A discourse analysis of the constructions of ketamine by participants of a free party (rave) scene. Addiction Research & Theory, 16 (3), pp. 217-230.
Szmigin, I., Griffin, C., Hackley, C., Bengry-Howell, A., Weale, L. and Mistral, W., 2008. Re-framing ‘binge drinking’ as calculated hedonism: Empirical evidence from the UK. International Journal of Drug Policy, 19 (5), pp. 359-366.
Hackley, C., Bengry-Howell, A., Griffin, C., Mistral, W. and Szmigin, I., 2008. The discursive constitution of the UK alcohol problem in 'Safe, Sensible, Social' : A discussion of policy implications. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 15 (Supplement 1), pp. 61-74.
Griffin, C., 2008. Understanding youth : Perspectives, identities and practices. Health & Social Care in the Community, 16 (1), pp. 108-109.
Griffin, C., 2007. Being dead and being there: research interviews, sharing hand cream and the preference for analysing 'naturally occurring data'. Discourse Studies, 9 (2), pp. 246-269.
Griffin, C., 2007. Different visions: a rejoinder to Henwood, Potter and Hepburn. Discourse Studies, 9 (2), pp. 283-287.
Croghan, R., Griffin, C., Hunter, J. and Phoenix, A., 2006. Style Failure: Consumption, Identity and Social Exclusion. Journal of Youth Studies, 9 (4), pp. 463-478.
Griffin, C., 2005. Book Review: Future Girl: Young Women in the Twenty-first Century. Feminism & Psychology, 15 (3), pp. 351-353.
Griffin, C., 2005. Challenging assumptions about youth political participation: Critical insights from Great Britain. In: Revisiting Youth Political Participation: Challenges for Research and Democratic Practice in Europe., 2005-01-01, Strasbourg.
Holt, M. and Griffin, C., 2005. Students versus locals: Young adults' constructions of the working-class Other. British Journal of Social Psychology, 44, pp. 241-267.
Wilson, I., Griffin, C. and Wren, B., 2005. The interaction between young people with atypical gender identity organization and their peers. Journal of Health Psychology, 10 (3), pp. 307-315.
Hirschfeld, R., Smith, J., Trower, P. and Griffin, C., 2005. What do psychotic experiences mean for young men? a qualitative investigation. Psychology and Psychotherapy Theory, Research and Practice, 78 (2), pp. 249-270.
Griffin, C., 2005. Whatever happened to the (likely) lads? 'Learning to Labour' 25 years on. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 26 (2), pp. 291-297.
Griffin, C., 2004. Choosing a self: Young women and the individualization of identity. American Journal of Sociology, 110 (3), pp. 844-846.
Griffin, C., 2004. Good girls, bad girls : anglo-centrism and diversity in the constitution of contemporary girlhood. In: Fine, M. and Harris, A., eds. All About the Girl. Abingdon, U. K.: Routledge, pp. 29-43.
Holt, M. and Griffin, C., 2003. Being gay, being straight, and being yourself: Local and global reflections on identity, authenticity and the lesbian and gay scene. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 6 (3), pp. 404-425.
Lyons, A. and Griffin, c., 2003. Managing menopause: A qualitative analysis of self-help literature for women at midlife. Social Science and Medicine, 56 (8), pp. 1629-1642.
Griffin, C., 2002. Girls' friendships and the formation of sexual identities. In: Lesbian and Gay Psychology: New Perspectives. Malden, MA, US: BPS Blackwell.
Wilson, I., Griffin, C. and Wren, B., 2002. The validity of the diagnosis of Gender Identity Disorder (Child and Adolescent Criteria). Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 7 (3), pp. 335-351.
Griffin, C., 2001. 'The young women are having a great time': Representations of young women and feminism. Feminism & Psychology, 11 (2), pp. 181-185.
Griffin, C., 2001. Imagining new narratives of youth: Youth research, the 'new Europe' and global youth culture. Childhood, 8 (2), pp. 147-166.
Willott, S., Griffin, C. and Torrance, M., 2001. Snakes and ladders: Upper-middle class male offenders talk about economic crime. Criminology, 39 (2), pp. 441-466.