Items by Riley, Dr Sarah
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Owen, C. and Riley, S., 2012. Teaching visual methods using performative storytelling, reflective practice and learning through doing. Psychology Learning and Teaching, 11 (1), pp. 60-65.
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.
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.
Gibson, S. and Riley, S. C. E., 2010. Approaches to data collection in qualitative research. In: Forrester, M., ed. Doing Qualitative Research in Psychology: A Practical Guide. London: Sage, pp. 59-76.
Evans, A., Riley, S. and Shankar, A., 2010. Postfeminist Heterotopias: Negotiating ‘safe’ and ‘seedy’ in the British sex shop space. European Journal of Women's Studies, 17 (3), pp. 1-19.
Riley, S., Rodham, K. and Gavin, J., 2009. Doing weight: pro-ana and recovery identities in cyberspace. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 19 (5), pp. 348-359.
Malson, H., Riley, S. and Markula, P., 2009. Editorial: Beyond psychopathology: Interrogating (dis)orders of body weight and body management. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 19 (5), pp. 331-335.
Riley, S. C. E., Burns, M., Frith, H., Wiggins, S. and Markula, P., eds., 2008. Critical bodies: Representations, identities and practices of weight and body management. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Riley, S. C. E. and Blackman, G., 2008. Between prohibitions: Patterns and meanings of magic mushroom use in the UK. Substance Use & Misuse, 43 (1), pp. 55-71.
Riley, S. C. E., Frith, H., Wiggins, S., Burns, M. and Markula, P., 2008. Critical Bodies: Discourses of health, gender and consumption. In: Riley, S. C. E., Burns, M., Frith, H., Wiggins, S. and Markula, P., eds. Critical bodies: Representations, Practices and Identities of Weight and Body Management. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 193-204.
Markula, P., Burns, M. and Riley, S. C. E., 2008. Introducing critical bodies: Representations, identities and practices of weight and body management. In: Riley, S. C. E., Burns, M., Frith, H. and Markula, P., eds. Critical bodies: Representations, Practices and Identities of Weight and Body Management. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-23.
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.
Sims-Schouten, W., Riley, S. C. E. and Willig, C., 2007. Critical realism in disscourse analysis - A presentation of a systematic method of analysis using women's talk of motherhood, childcare and female employment as an example. Theory & Psychology, 17 (1), pp. 101-124.
Riley, S. C. E., Sims-Schouten, W. and Willig, C., 2007. The case for critical realist discourse analysis as a viable method in discursive work. Theory & Psychology, 17 (1), pp. 137-145.
Riley, S. and Cahill, S., 2005. Managing meaning and belonging: Young women’s negotiation of authenticity in Body Art. Journal of Youth Studies, 8 (3), pp. 261-279.
Riley, S. C. E. and Hayward, E., 2004. Patterns, trends, and meanings of drug use by dance-drug users in Edinburgh, Scotland. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 11 (3), pp. 243-262.
Reason, P. and Riley, S. C. E., 2003. Co-operative inquiry: An action research practice. In: Smith, J., ed. Qualitative Psychology: A Practical Guide to Research Methods. London: Sage Publications, pp. 205-231.
Riley, S. C. E., 2003. The management of the traditional male role: a discourse analysis of the constructions and functions of provision. Journal of Gender Studies, 12 (2), pp. 99-113.
Riley, S., 2002. A feminist construction of body art as a harmful cultural practice: A response to Jeffreys. Feminism & Psychology, 12 (4), pp. 540-545.
Riley, S. C. E., 2002. Constructions of equality and discrimination in professional men's talk. British Journal of Social Psychology, 41, pp. 443-461.
Riley, S., 2001. Clarification on sampling of dance event drug use: a reply to McKeganey. Addiction, 96 (8), pp. 1213-1214.
Riley, S., 2001. Maintaining power: Male constructions of 'feminists' and 'feminist values'. Feminism & Psychology, 11 (1), pp. 55-78.
Riley, S. C. E., James, C., Gregory, D., Dingle, H. and Cadger, M., 2001. Patterns of recreational drug use at dance events in Edinburgh, Scotland. Addiction, 96 (7), pp. 1035-1047.
Siann, G., Riley, S., Wilson, F. and Callaghan, M., 2000. Gender at home and work: Continuities and changes. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 30 (12), pp. 2491-2512.