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Acton, G.S. (1998) Classification of psychopathology, The Nature of language, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 19, (3), 243-256.

Aldridge, J., Parker, H. & Measham, F. (1998) Rethinking young people's drug use, Health Education, 5, 164-172.

Anderson , M. (2003) ‘One flew over the psychiatric unit’: Mental illness and the media Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 10, 297–306.

Banister, P., Burman, E., Parker, I., Taylor, M. & Tindall, C. (1994) Interviewing, In Qualitative methods in psychology: A research guide, Buckingham: Open University Press.

Banerjee, A., Daly, T., Armstrong, P., Szebehely, M., Armstrong, H. & Lafrance, S. (2012) Structural violence in long-term, residential care for older people: Comparing Canada and Scandinavia, Social Science and Medicine, 74: 390-398.

Barney, K. (1994) Limitations of the critique of the medical model, Journal of Mind and Behaivour, 15, (1 & 2), 19-34.

Bell, S.E. (1995) Gendered medical science: Producing a drug for women, Feminist Studies, 21, (3), 469-500

Beres, L. (1999) Beauty and the beast The romanticization of abuse in popular culture European Journal of Cultural Studies, 2, (2), 191-207.

Bettelheim, B. (1943) Individual and mass behaviour in extreme situations, Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 38, 417-452.

Black, P. & Sharma, U. (2001) Men are real, women are made up: Beauty therapy and the construction of femininity, The Sociological Review, 49, (1), 100-116.

Bloor, M., Monaghan, L., Dobash, R.P. and Dobash, R.E. (1997) The body as a chemistry experiment: Steroid use among South Wales bodybuilders in Nettleton, S., & Watson, J. (Eds.) The body in everyday life, London: Routledge, ps. 27-44.

Bradshaw, W. (1998) Cognitive-Behavioural Treatment of Schizophrenia: A Case Study, Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Journal, 12, (1) 13-25.

Breggin, P.R. (1990) Brain damage, dementia and persistent cognitive dysfunction associated with neuroleptic drugs: Evidence, aetiology, implications, The Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 11, (3 & 4), 425-464.

Breggin, P.R. (1998) Analysis of adverse behavioural effects of benzodiazepines with a discussion on drawing scientific conclusions from the FDA's spontaneous reporting system, The Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 19, (1), 21-50.

Brown, P. (1990) The name game: Towards a sociology of diagnosis, The Journal of mind and behaviour, 11, (3 & 4), 385-406.

Burbach, F.R. and Stanbridge, R.I. (1998) A family intervention in psychosis service integrating the systemic and family management approaches Journal of Family Therapy, 20, 311-325.

Burke, M. (1995) Identities and disclosures: The case of Lesbian and Gay Police Officers, The Psychologist, December 1995.

Burstow, B. (2005) A critique of post-traumatic stress disorder and DSM, Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 45, (4): 429-455.

Byrne, P. (1999) Stigma of mental illness, British Journal of Psychiatry, 174, 1-2.

Cameron, D. (1994) ECT: Sham statistics, the myth of convulsive therapy and the case for consumer misinformation, The Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 15, (1 & 2), 177-198.

Cavill, S. (1997) Forensic Psychology in a Regional Secure Unit, The Psychologist, July 1997, ps 313-315.

Cernovsky, Z. Z. (1997) A critical look at intelligence research, In Fox, D. & Prilleltensky, I. (Eds.) Critical Psychology, London: Sage, ps 121-133.

Chadwick, P. & Birchwood, M. (1996) Cognitive therapy for voices, In Haddock, G & Slade, P.D. (Eds) Cognitive Behavioural Interventions with Psychotic Disorders, London: Routledge, ps. 71-85.

Chamberlin, J. (1990) The ex-patients' movement: Where we've been and where we're going, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 11, (3 & 4), 323-336.

Chapman, R., Styles, I., Perry, L. and Combs, S. (2010) Nurses’ experience of adjusting to workplace violence: A theory of adaptation, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 19: 186–194.

Cochrane, R and Sashidharan, S.P (1995) Mental health and ethnic minorities: A review of the literature and implications for services, Birmingham: University of Birmingham and Northern Birmingham Mental Health Trust.

Cohen, D. (1994) Neuroleptic drug treatment of schizophrenia: The state of the confusion, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 15, (1 & 2), 139-156.

Cohen, D. & McCubbin, M. (1990) The political economy of tardive dyskinesia: Asymmetries in power and responsibility, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 11, (3 & 4), 465-488.

Collinson, D.L. (1992) Managing a joke, In Collinson, D.L. Managing the Shopfloor: Subjectivity Masculinity and Workplace Culture, Berlin, New York, Walter de Gruyter, pp. 105-10.

Culbertson, F. (1997) Depression and gender: An international review, American Psychologist, 52, (1), 25-31.

Cumberbatch, G. (1994) Legislating mythology: Video violence and children, Journal of Mental Health, 3, 485-494.

Cumberbatch, G. (1995) Media violence: Research evidence and policy implications, Report prepared for The Council of Europe Directorate of Human Rights, Birmingham: The Communications Research Group, Aston University.

Cutcliffe, J.R. & Hannigan, B. (2001) Mass media, ‘monsters’ and mental health clients: the need for increased lobbying, Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 2001, 8, 315–321

Dallos, R., Neale, A. & Strouthos, M. (1997) Pathways to problems - the evolution of pathology, Journal of Family Therapy, 19, 369-399.

Edelman, M. (1974) The Political Language of the Helping Professions, Politics and Society, 4, 295-310

Ellis, C. (1995) Emotional and ethical quagmires in returning to the field, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 24, (1), 68-98.

Ellis, S.J. (1998) Is Self-Esteem Political? Feminism and Psychology, 8, (2), 251-256.

Emerick, R.E. (1996) Mad liberation: The sociology of knowledge and the ultimate civil rights movement, The Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 17, (2), 135-160.

Etzioni, D. & Niv, A. (1994) The "Magician's Predicament" as a Managerial Hazard, In Lieblich, A. & Josselson, R. (1994) (Eds.) Exploring identity and gender: The narrative study of lives, Vol. 2, London: Sage.

Everett, B. (1994) Something is happening: The contemporary consumer and psychiatric survivor movement in historical context, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 15, (1-2), 55-70.

Farber, S. (1990) Institutional mental health and social control: The ravages of epistemological hubris, The Journal of mind and Behaviour, 11, (3 & 4), 285-300.

Fatimilehin, I.A and Coleman, P.G. (1999) ‘You've Got to Have a Chinese Chef to Cook Chinese Food!!' Issues of Power and Control in the Provision of Mental Health Services, Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 9, 101-117.

Finn, M.& Dell, P. (1999) Practices of body management: Transgenderism, and embodiment, Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 9, 407-412.

Forrest, S., Risk, I., Masters, H. & Brown, N. (2000) Mental health service user involvement in nurse education: Exploring the issues, Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 7, 51-57.

Fortune, G., Barrowclough, C. & Lobban, F. (2004) Illness representations in depression, British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 43: 347–364.

Frank, L.R. (1990) Electroshock: Death, brain damage, memory loss and brainwashing, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 11, (3 & 4), 489-512.

Garfinkel, P. (1984) Passing and the managed achievement of sex status in an "intersexed" person, in Studies in Ethnomethodology, Cambridge: Polity Press (Originally published 1967).

Gavey, N. (1993) Technologies and effects of heterosexual coercion, In Wilkinson, S. & Kitzinger, C. (eds.) Heterosexuality: A feminism and Psychology Reader, London: Sage., pp 93-119.

Giddens, A. (1992) The Transformation of Intimacy: Sexuality, love and Eroticism, Cambridge, Polity Press, Chapter 2, Foucault on Sexuality ps. 18-36.

Giddens, A. (1992) The Transformation of Intimacy: Sexuality, love and Eroticism, Cambridge, Polity Press, Chapter 3, Romantic love and other attachments, ps. 37-48.

Giddens, A. (1992) The Transformation of Intimacy: Sexuality, love and Eroticism, Cambridge, Polity Press, Chapter 4, Love, commitment and the pure relationship, ps. 49-63.

Giddens, A. (1992) The Transformation of Intimacy: Sexuality, love and Eroticism, Cambridge, Polity Press, Chapter 5, Love, sex and other addictions, ps. 64-86.

Gilbert, P. (2000) The Relationship of Shame, Social Anxiety and Depression: The Role of the Evaluation of Social Rank, Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 7: 174–189.

Goodey, J. (1997) Boys don't cry, British Journal of Criminology, 37, (2), 401-418.

Gough, B. & Edwards, G. (1998) The beer talking: Four lads, a carry out and the reproduction of masculinities, The Sociological Review, 46, (2), 409-435.

Gray, B., Robinson,. C. Seddon, D. & Roberts, A. (2009) An emotive subject: insights from social, voluntary and healthcare professionals into the feelings of family carers for people with mental health problems, Health and Social Care in the Community, 17, (2): 125–132.

Grey, C. (1994) Career as a project of the self and labour process discipline, Sociology, 28, (2), 479-497.

Griffin, C. (1997) Troubled teens: Managing disorders of production and consumption, Feminist Review, no. 55, ps 4-21.

Griffiths, M. (1997) Video Games and Aggression, The Psychologist, September 1997, ps 397-401.

Groh, C.J. (2007) Poverty, Mental Health, and Women: Implications for Psychiatric Nurses in Primary Care Settings, Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 13(5), 267-274.

Groneman, C. (1994) Nymphomania: The Historical Construction of Female Sexuality, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 19, (2), 337-367.

Grotstein, J.S. (1996) Orphans of the 'Real: I. Some Modern and Postmodern Perspectives on the Neurobiological and Psychosocial Dimensions of Psychosis and Other Primitive Mental Disorders, In Allen, J.G. & Collins, D.T. (Eds.) Contemporary Treatment of Psychosis: Healing Relationships in the Decade of the Brain, New Jersey, Jason Aronson, ps.1-25.

Guilfoyle, M. (2001) Problematising psychotherapy: The discursive production of a bulimic, Culture and Psychology, 7, (2), 151-179.

Hannigan, B. (1999) Mental health care in the community: An analysis of contemporary public attitudes towards, and public representations of, mental illness, Journal of Mental Health, 8, (5), 431-440

Hejtmanek, K (2010) Caring Through Restraint: Violence, Intimacy and Identity in Mental Health Practice, Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 34: 668–674.

Hepworth, J. (1999) The social construction of anorexia nervosa, London: Sage Publications Inc.

Herman, N. (1993) Return to Sender: Reintegrative Stigma-Management Strategies of Ex-Psychiatric Patients, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 22 (3) 295-330.

Herman, N.J. & Musolf, G.R. (1998) Resistance among ex-psychiatric patients: Expressive and instrumental rituals, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 26, (4), 426-449.

Hollway, W. (1984) Gender difference and the production of subjectivity, In Henriques, J., Hollway, W., Venn, C., & Walkerdine, V. (Eds.) Changing the subject, London: Methuen.

Holmes, M. (2000) Second wave fenminism and the politics of relationships, Women's Studies International Forum, 23, (2) 233-246.

Hopton, J. (2006) The future of critical psychiatry, Critical Social Policy, 26, (1): 57-73.

Jacobs, D.H. (1994) Environmental failure-oppression is the only cause of psychopathology, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 15, (1 & 2), 1-18.

Jacobs, D.H. (1995) Psychiatric drugging: Forty years of pseudo-science, self interest and indifference to harm, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 16, (4), 421-470.

Jacobs, D.H. (1999) A close and critical examination of how psychopharmacotherapy research is conducted, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 20, (3), 311-350.

Jagger, E. (1997) The production of official discourse on 'glue sniffing', Journal of Social Policy, 26, (4), 445-46.

Jeon, Y.H. & Madjar, I. (1998) Caring for a Family Member With Chronic Mental Illness, Qualitative Health Research, 8, (5), 694-706.

Jones, D.W. (2002) Madness, the family and psychiatry, Critical Social Policy, 22, (2): 247–272.

Jones, I.R., Ahmed, N., Catty, J., McLaren, S., Rose, D. & Wykes, T. (2009) Illness careers and continuity of care in mental health services: A qualitative study of service users and carers, Social Science and Medicine, 69: 632-639.

Karp, D.A. (1993) Taking anti-depressant medications: Resistance, trial commitment, conversion, disenchantment, Qualitative Sociology, 16, (4), 337-359.

Kessler, R.C., Berglund, P., Demler, O., Jin, R., Merikangas, K.R. and Walters, E.E. (2005) Lifetime Prevalence and Age-of-Onset Distributions of DSM-IV Disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey Replication, Archives of General Psychiatry, 62: 593-602.

Kehily M.J. (1999) More sugar? Teenage magazines, gender displays and sexual learning, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 2, (1), 65-89.

Kirk, S.A. & Kutchins, H. (1994) The myth of the reliability of DSM, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 15, (1 & 2), 71-86.

Kirsch, I., Deacon, B.J., Huedo-Medina, T.B., Scoboria, A., Moore, T.J. Johnson, B.T. (2008) Initial Severity and Antidepressant Benefits: A Meta-Analysis of Data Submitted to the Food and Drug Administration, PLoS Medicine, 5, (2): 0260-0268, doi:10.1371/journal. pmed.0050045

Kitzinger, J. (1995)’I’m sexually attractive but I’m powerful’: Young women negotiating sexual reputation, Women’s Studies International Forum, 18, (2), 187-196.

Lacasse, J.R. & Leo, J. (2005) Serotonin and depression: A disconnect between the advertisements and the scientific literature. Public Library of Science: Medicine, 2 (12): e392.

Langford, W.(1997) You make me sick Women, men and romantic love, Journal of Contemporary Health, no. 5. 52-55.

Lloyd, S.A. & Emery, B.C. (2000) The context and dynamics of intimate aggression against women, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 17, (4 & 5), 503-521. 

Luke, B. (1998) Violent love: Hunting, heterosexuality and the erotics of men's predation, Feminist Studies, 24, (3), 627-653.

Lutz, C. (1996) Engendered Emotion: Gender, Power, and the Rhetoric of Emotional Control in American Discourse, In Harre, R, & Parrot, W.G., (Eds.) The emotions, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. pp. 152-170.

McGovern J. (1996) Management of Risk in Psychiatric Rehabilitation, The Psychologist, September 1996, ps 405-408.

Mirowsky, J. (1990) Subjective boundaries and combinations in psychiatric diagnosis, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 11, (3 & 4), 407-424.

Masheter, C. (1997) Former spouses who are friends: Three case studies, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 14, (2), 207-222.

Moore, M., Yuen,H.M., Dunn, N., Mullee, M.A., Maskell, J., & Kendrick, T. (2009) Explaining the rise in antidepressant prescribing: a descriptive study using the general practice research database, British Medical Journal, 339: 952-954.

Nasser, M. (1999) The new veiling phenomenon: Is it an anorexic equivalent? Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 9, 407-412

Osherow, N. (1995) Making Sense of the Nonsensical: An Analysis of Jonestown In Aronson, E. (Ed.) Readings about the social animal (7th Ed.) New York: W H Freeman.

Owen, M. (1997) Re-inventing romance: Reading popular romantic fiction, Women’s Studies International Forum, vol. 20, no. 4, ps 537-546.

Parker, H. Williams, J. & Aldridge, J. (2002) The normalisation of sensible recreational drug use, Sociology, 35, (4), 141-164.

Pam, A. (1994) The new schizophrenia: Diagnosis and dynamics of the homeless mentally ill, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 15, (3), 199-222. 

Pejlert, A. (2001) Being a parent of an adult son or daughter with severe mental illness receiving professional care: parents’ narratives, Health and Social Care in the Community, 9, (4), 194–204.

Philo, G., Secker, J., Platt, S., Henderson, L., McLaughlin, G. & Burnside, J. (1996) Media images of mental distress, In Heller, T., Reynolds, J., Gomm, R., Muston, R., & Pattison, S. (Eds) Mental Health Matters: A Reader, London: Macmillan/OUP ps 163-170.

Pilgrim, D. (2002) The biopsychosocial model in Anglo-American psychiatry: Past, present and future? Journal of Mental Health, 11, (6): 585–594.

Pilgrim, D. & Bentall, R.  (1999) The medicalisation of misery: A critical realist analysis of the concept of depression, Journal of Mental Health, 8 (3): 261-274.

Prilleltensky, I. (1992) Humanistic psychology, human welfare an the social order, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 13, (4), 315-328.

Potts A. (1998) The Science/Fiction of Sex: John Gray's Mars and Venus in the Bedroom Sexualities, 1, (2), 153-173.

Roberts, C., Kippax, S., Spongberg, M. & Crawford, J. (1997) 'Going Down': Oral Sex, Imaginary Bodies and HIV, Body and Society, 2, (3) 107-124.

Roberts, C., Kippax, S., Waldby, C. & Crawford, J. (1995) Faking it: The Story of "Ohh!" Women's Studies International Forum, 18, (5/6), 523-532.

Romme, M. & Escher, S. (1996) Empowering people who hear voices, In Haddock, G & Slade, P.D. (Eds) Cognitive Behavioural Interventions with Psychotic Disorders, London: Routledge, ps. 137-150.

Rosier, M. (1974) Asking Silly Questions, In Armistead, N. (Ed.) Reconstructing Social Psychology, Harmondsworth: Penguin.

Sapsford, R. & Dallos, R. (1998) Resisting Social Psychology: in Sapsford, R., Still, A., Wetherell, M., Miell, D., Stevens, R. (Eds.) (1998) Theory and Social Psychology, London, Sage in association with the Open University Press. ps. 191-208.

Sarbin, T. (1990) Toward the obsolescence of the schizophrenia hypothesis, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 11, (3 & 4), 259-284.

Scheff, T.(2001)  Shame and Community: Social Components in Depression, Psychiatry, 64 (3): 212-224.

Schrager, C.D. (1993) Questioning the promise of self help: A reading of ‘Women who love too much’ Feminist Studies, 19, (1), 177-192.

Shackleford, T.K. & Buss, D.M. (1997) Anticipation of marital dissolution as a consequence of spousal infidelity, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 14, (6), 793-808.

Shiner, M. & Newburn, T. (1997) Definitely, maybe not? The normalisation of drug use among young people, Sociology, 31, (3) 511-529.

Smith, A.C.H., Immirizi, E. & Blackwell, T. (1975) Introduction, In Paper Voices: The Popular Press and Social Change 1935-1965, London: Chatto and Windus.

Sonnett, E.(2000) ‘Erotic fiction by women for women’: The pleasures of post feminist heterosexuality Sexualities, 2 (2) 167-187.

Spanos, N. (1994) Multiple Identity Enactments and Multiple Personality Disorder: A Socio-cognitive Perspective Psychological Bulletin, 116, (1), 143-165.

Stacey, J and Thorne, B. (1993) The Missing Feminist Revolution in Sociology In Kaufman, L.S. (Ed.) American Feminist Thought: At Century's End, Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Stone, M., Laughren, T., Jones, M.L., Levenson, M., Holland, PC., Hughes, A., Hammad, T.A., Temple, R. & Rochester, G. (2009) Risk of suicidality in clinical trials of antidepressants in adults: analysis of proprietary data submitted to US Food and Drug Administration, British Medical Journal, 339: 431-434.

Susko, M.A. (1994) Caseness and narrative: Contrasting approaches to people who are psychiatrically labelled, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 15, (1 & 2), 87-112.

Sussman, T. (1996) Gay Men in the Workplace: Issues for Mental Health Counselors, Journal of Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Identity, 1, (3), 193-211.

Thorogood, N. (2000) Sex education as disciplinary technique: Policy and practice in England and Wales, Sexualities, 3, (4), 425-438.

Turkington, D. & Kingdon, D. (1996) Using a normalising rationale in the treatment of schizophrenic patients, In Haddock, G & Slade, P.D. (Eds) Cognitive Behavioural Interventions with Psychotic Disorders, London: Routledge, ps. 71-85.

U'Ren, R. (1997) Psychiatry and capitalism, Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 18, (1), 1-12. 

Verhaak, P.F.M., Schellevis, F.G., Nuijen, J. and Volkers, A.C. (2006) Patients with a psychiatric disorder in general practice: determinants of general practitioners’ psychological diagnosis, General Hospital Psychiatry, 28: 125–132.

Walby, S. (1994) Towards a Theory of Patriarchy, In Polity Press (Eds.) (1994) The Polity Reader in Gender Studies, Cambridge: Polity Press.

Walker, B.M. (1997) 'You learn it from your mates, don't you?': Young people's conversations about sex as a basis for peer education, Youth and Policy, no 57, ps 44-55

Wall, C.J. & Leary, P.G. (1999) A Sentence Made by Men: Muted Group Theory Revisited, The European Journal of Women's Studies, 6, 21-29.

Wesley, J., Allison, M.T. and Schneider, I.E. (2000) The lived body experience of domestic violence survivors, Women's Studies International Forum, 23, 211-227.

Williamson, G.M. & Silverman, J.G. (2001) Violence against female partners: Direct and interactive effects of family history, communal orientation, and peer related variables Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 18, (4), 535-549.

Whittington, R. (2002) Attitudes toward patient aggression amongst mental health nurses in the ‘zero tolerance’ era: associations with burnout and length of experience, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 11, 819-825.

Wood, J.T. (2001) The normalisation of violence  in heterosexual romantic relationships: Women's narratives of love and violence, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 18, (2), 239-261.

Woolfolk, R. (2001) The Concept of Mental Illness: An Analysis of Four Pivotal Issues The Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 22, (2), 161-178.

Yannay, N. & Shazar, G. (1998) Professional feelings as emotional labour, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 27, (3), 346-347.

Yusupoff, L. & Tarrier, N. (1996) Coping strategy enhancement for resistant hallucinations and delusions, In Haddock, G & Slade, P.D. (Eds) Cognitive Behavioural Interventions with Psychotic Disorders, London: Routledge, ps. 71-85.

Zachar, P. (2000) Psychiatric disorders are not natural kinds, Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology, 7, (3): 167-182.

Zimmerman, J. (1997) The flight from cool: American Men and Romantic Love in the 1950s, The history of the family, An international quarterly, 2, (1): 31-47.